Remembering a Champion for Girls: Diane Pomper

By Amanda Nunn, Co-Leader Troop 1381 Diane Pomper was a woman of quiet courage, advocate for young girls and women, infectious love, steadfast resilience, and teacher of many. Diane had a calmness all the days that I knew her. I did not say years, but days. The reason for this statement, Diane did not sway … Continue reading Remembering a Champion for Girls: Diane Pomper

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Be a Girl Scout Service Superhero!

Girl Scouts make a HUGE impact on the world around them near and far! They notice when a friend in their community needs a hand, and take action to help out in any way they can. Our girls have learned with Girl Scouts that “Can I?” quickly transforms into “I will!” – especially with the support … Continue reading Be a Girl Scout Service Superhero!

Back to School is a Breeze with Girl Scouts!

School is almost back in session – and with it comes along all kinds of new and exciting challenges! New material to learn, clubs to join, new friends to meet and so much more happening everyday – it can be overwhelming for girls and their parents alike. But with Girl Scouts the mountains of school … Continue reading Back to School is a Breeze with Girl Scouts!

2018-2019 Patch of the Month List

Who is getting excited for the upcoming Girl Scout Program year?! We know that we are, and we can't wait to see how much our Girl Scouts learn, grow, and thrive! Each month, we will be highlighting a different patch program as our Patch of the Month. Participating in the Patch of the Month is … Continue reading 2018-2019 Patch of the Month List

2018 Summer Camp Recap

Girl Scouts love to get outdoors—and there is no better way to do so than Girl Scout summer camp! Our girls have had a blast this summer at our three resident camps, Camp Mary Atkinson (Johnston County), Camp Graham (Vance County), and Camp Hardee (Beaufort County). Girls camped like a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) … Continue reading 2018 Summer Camp Recap