Newsroom | Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
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Good Morning America
It takes a village to support girls on their #leadership journeys and today the Girl Scout village showed up strong to support our very own committed volunteer, Craig Harris!
With more than a dozen years helping girls and their families, alongside his co-leaders, Craig has shown the world that he's not just a cool dad, he's a Girl Scout dad!
We are so thankful for the "Make Your Monday" team at Good Morning America, Ginger Zee and the gracious Chicago based Fifth Third Bank team for giving back to Craig and the wonderful troop in such a fun way. Cookies and camp for all!
ABC 7 Chicago
Most Girl Scout troop leaders aren't over 6 feet tall and able to bench press over 300 pounds. But most troop leaders aren't Craig Harris.
A troop of Riverside Girl Scouts built and delivered four "Puppy Pushers," carts with seats designed to carry small therapy dogs and lift them to bedside height, to the Rainbow Animal Assisted Therapy headquarters.