This Friday, February 22nd, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from across the world will be celebrating their sisterhood during World Thinking Day! Every year since 1926, we have joined together with girls from 150 different countries to celebrate our global sisterhood and take part in activities that promote changing the world for the better. This year’s … Continue reading Challenge Yourself this Year on World Thinking Day!
Wondering how to get started planning your troop's Girl Scout Sunday/Sabbath after reading last week's blog? We are here to help! There is no one way to celebrate Girl Scout Sunday/Sabbath. What works best for your troop(s) or the place of worship where you meet is what drives the celebration. The purpose of this special day is … Continue reading Celebrating Girl Scout Sunday/Sabbath: A Simple Checklist to Getting Started
Girl Scout Sunday and Girl Scout Sabbath gives troops the opportunity to share in a time honored Girl Scout tradition as well as say “thank you” to local faith partners for their support and partnerships. No matter how Girl Scouts express their spiritual and religious preferences, the Preamble of the Constitution of the Girl Scouts … Continue reading Fill Your Troop’s Spirit with Reflection and Gratitude on Girl Scout Sunday/Sabbath
Girl Scouts are always thinking up new and innovative ways to help others... it's in their DNA! With the holidays upon us (Happy Almost-Turkey-Day!), Girl Scouts are not only giving thanks for what they have but are also working to give others things to be grateful for through service to their communities. Whether it's singing … Continue reading Taking Action the Girl Scout Way!
Girl Scouts love to let their imaginations run wild, and what better way to do so than by joining in on our council's longest running girl-led event? This year, Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors gathered at Camp Mu-Sha-Ni for Teen Camporee in October for a weekend filled with outdoor adventures and loads of fun. … Continue reading Teen Camporee 2018: A Myth-stical Getaway
On October 31st, 1860, our incredible founder Juliette Gordon Low (affectionately known as Daisy) was born in Savannah, Georgia. Today, we continue to celebrate her birthday as Founder's Day as a way to show appreciation for the #GirlScoutSuperhero that started it all. Throughout her life, Daisy was known for her independence and passion for trying … Continue reading 5 Things You Didn’t Know about Juliette Gordon Low