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As the weather gets cooler and the days grow shorter, it is easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holiday season – but don’t forget it’s also the season of giving! Below are a few ways for your troop to make the world a …

Category: Girls, Traditions, Volunteer
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For Girl Scouts across the country, today is a special day — Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low’s 159th birthday, which is also known as Founder’s Day. It is a time of celebration for Girl Scouts, volunteers, and everyone who cares about our movement. In founding the Girl Scouts in 1912, Juliette …

Category: Girls, Traditions, Volunteer
Girl Scouts conduct flag ceremony at Camp Kaufmann

Since the first troop in 1912, Girl Scouts have always exhibited a great amount of support and love for their country. It all started in Savannah, Georgia with the bravery and innovation of Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low – our amazing founder. She had a vision for girls and remained selfless …

Category: Girls, Traditions

Court of Awards is a long-standing tradition which celebrates the achievements of girls who work hard earning badges, participating in troop events, and earning troop funds through the cookie program. This ceremony can also be a time to recognize co-leaders or troop parents who help enhance the girls’ troop experience. …

Girl Scouts around the world are celebrating National Girl Scout Bridging Week, which will take place May 4 through May 11! Bridging is a longstanding tradition in Girl Scouting, in which girls celebrate their achievements from the past year and look forward to the exciting new challenges in the year …

Girl Scout Week is an annual week-long celebration of Girl Scouts. Take time between March 10 and March 17 to share traditions, learn new things, and celebrate with your troop! Girl Scout Sunday, March 10 Some Girl Scouts may choose to attend their place of worship in their Girl Scout …

Category: Traditions, Volunteer