"...and to be a sister to every Girl Scout." It’s a line you’ve recited a million times, right? But, what does it mean? Why does it matter? And how do you practice it every day? To our council, being a sister to every Girl Scout means we embrace inclusivity and we tear down barriers … Continue reading Introducing Girl Scouts Give!
Fall is upon us again, and we know that this can be an overwhelming time for both parents and children as they begin another school year filled with new opportunities. With busy schedules and a variety of different activities to try, it can be difficult to choose how kids spend their time outside the classroom! … Continue reading What to Know Before Joining Girl Scouts
Being a Girl Scout means embracing new challenges, developing confidence, and making memories to last a lifetime- and our Media Girlz team serves as the face of our council as we share our mission with the world! The team is made up of 15 Girl Scouts that love to share with others how awesome it … Continue reading Meet the 2019-20 Media Girlz!
What are your dreams, Girl Scout, and what can you do to help make them come true while making the world a better place? Girl Scouts is committed to helping girls discover their passions and goals while providing them with resources and mentors to support them along the way. Last week, girls had the … Continue reading Tenille Townes Girl Scout Meet and Greet
Summer is in full swing, and we know that as a parent or caregiver, this means that you are probably spending more time with your G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) than any other time of year. This makes it the perfect time to support her as she learns about herself and the world around her … Continue reading Raising Awesome Girls This Summer
By Caraline Malloy, Girl Scout Ambassador, former Girl Director, and Media Girl Ever since I was a little girl, I have always been really shy! Because I was home schooled, being a Girl Scout and spending time with my troop sisters were really the only times I socialized with others my age. Participating in troop activities and making new … Continue reading My Journey as a Girl Director