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ST. LOUIS (March 14, 2019) – Dedicated volunteers Jenna DeYong and Michelle Brady, will be recognized with Energy Awards, the highest honor given by Girls on the Run St. Louis. A third Energy Award will be presented to St. Louis Children's Hospital. The awards will be presented at the 6th annual Power of One Gala ...
At Girls on the Run, we are changing the narrative about what it means to be a girl. We believe every girl is inherently full of power and potential and our aim is for every girl to believe this about herself as well. To connect our community to the GOTR core value "Embrace our differences and find strength in our connectedness", this month we launched "I Am Girls on the Run!", a campaign to highlight women and men that are part of our mission and how relevant and urgent this program is to them - even their inner GOTR "superstar!" Because we are ALL Girls on the Run!
Over the past few months, we’ve had the pleasure of working alongside a group from the St. Louis Arc. This particular group has been volunteering at the Girls on the Run St.
2019 has begun! Full of promise and new beginnings.
Anyone familiar with the Girls on the Run program is aware that it empowers the girls involved for a lifetime of healthy social and emotional living. Yet many new and longtime coaches also express what a game changer Girls on the Run has been for them personally as well.