1. SINEMATIKS | ZOE: Girl Scout Extraordinaire


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    Visit our website! www.sinematiks.com Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/sinematiks Meet Zoe, a girl scout extraordinaire located in Redmond, WA and she wants to sell you some girl scout cookies! Cookie Pre-Sales run from Jan 24th - Feb 9th. To place an order, make sure to check out her website at http://www.zoesellscookies.com Filmed with: Canon EOS C100 Soundtrack: "Feeling Quirky (Instrumental)" - Nicholas Pesci

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    • Camp Addisone Boyce


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      Watch the teaser here: https://vimeo.com/83175609 For more details, click link: http://www.girlscoutshh.org/camps-properties/day-camps/camp-addisone-boyc/ Camp Addisone Boyce, summer 2013

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      • Camp Addisone Boyce Teaser


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        Watch the full length video here: https://vimeo.com/83175610 For more details, click link: http://www.girlscoutshh.org/camps-properties/day-camps/camp-addisone-boyc/

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        • Rocky Brook Teaser


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          Watch the full length video here: https://vimeo.com/87825995 For more details, click link: http://www.girlscoutshh.org/camps-properties/day-camps/rocky-brook-day-camp/

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          • 2013 Christmas Tree Lighting


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            The Town of Double Oak Christmas Tree Lighting on December 3rd, 2013. The song and music used in this video is for entertainment purposes. No infringement of copyright is intended.

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            • Girl Scouts Troop 271


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              This video is about Girl Scouts Troop 271 YOLO boarding at the LSU Lakes in Baton Rouge, LA.

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              • Lauren Galley speaks to The Girls Scouts of San Jacinto


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                Lauren Galley, President of Girls Above Society speaks to a special group of Girl Scouts at the San Jacinto Council The Topic - Confidence!

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                • Sodexo Donates More Than $239,000 Nonprofits during Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix Weekend


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                  Circuit of The Americas’ official food, beverage and hospitality partner, Sodexo, donated more than $239,000 to local community groups by partnering with nonprofit organizations in concessions activities surrounding the FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX (F1 USGP), held Nov. 15-17, 2013. International spectator events like the F1 USGP race weekend, and highly anticipated local sports competitions like the University of Texas vs. Oklahoma State University football game, which happened concurrently this year, generate huge revenues for the City of Austin. Sodexo, through its work with area nonprofits, provides a novel means of generating funds that directly support community organizations. Austin-area clubs and civic groups work with Sodexo’s professional food service personnel, staffing select concessions areas to earn a portion of the proceeds generated for participating nonprofit organizations. One of the nonprofit organization (NPO) volunteers working at the University of Texas – Austin location describes the opportunity as a way to enhance their budget and planning for the year and notes, "It would take us two months of cookie sales to make the money that we make here, all in one day,” said Stacy Knight, assistant service unit director, Girl Scouts of Central Texas. “We would not have the opportunity that we have without Sodexo’s help.” One of Sodexo’s roles in serving Circuit of The Americas (COTA) is to compliment the key sustainability and social responsibility initiatives the Circuit pledged to the City of Austin. That includes use of local vendors, reducing carbon foot print and a commitment to strengthening the local community. “This is without question one of the most impactful of our tasks at COTA. Ensuring support for the local community is something that Sodexo does everywhere we operate,” said Steve DiPrima, president, Leisure Services, Sodexo. “This year, we expanded our race weekend impact in Austin to support not only the more than 60 participating nonprofits working at Circuit of The Americas. We also had an additional 45 organizations staffing Sodexo operations for Texas Memorial Stadium at UT-Austin.” Thousands of dedicated NPO volunteers turned out for their respective organizations. Many, in the case of those working the COTA event, showed up at 4:00 a.m. to register at staging areas where they were later bused out to set up their respective concession areas before race fans arrived. All of the preparation and training made for long and challenging hours, but the volunteers understood how it benefited their organizations and the communities they serve. The overall experience and interaction with the volunteers made an impact all around the Circuit, bringing exposure to groups that support a wide range of worthy causes. Volunteers from the 105 participating NPOs expressed appreciation for the generosity of Sodexo and to Circuit of The Americas for the opportunity. “Because of the relationship we have with Sodexo and opportunities like these at COTA to earn money, we’ve raised over $70,000.00 in the past year,” said Rachel McInnes, band booster, Akins High School. In keeping with Sodexo’s global commitment to fight hunger, the Austin Capital Area Food Bank was another community organization that benefited from activities around the F1 USGP race weekend. COTA and Sodexo donated 1,500 pounds of fresh and nonperishable surplus food to the local food bank, which serves the more than 440,000 people at risk of hunger locally. An additional 500 pounds of surplus food was donated to Keep Austin Fed.

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                  • Circle is Round


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                    Sue Arbuthnot mentored a group of courageous young women filmmakers in this portrait of an innovative program designed to break the intergenerational cycle of incarceration. Girl Scouts Beyond Bars gives girls the opportunity to strengthen bonds with their mothers and female relatives at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Oregon. A collaboration between Girl Scouts Columbia River Council and the Northwest Film Center.

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