Teen Camporee 2018: A Myth-stical Getaway

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

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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

Meet the Rangers: Larry Ludwick, Camp Graham

By Meridith Orr, Program Executive What do you remember about your last visit to a Girl Scout camp? Whether you splashed in the waterfront, had a sock hop in the dining hall, or sang songs around a campfire, there was someone who worked behind the scenes to make all those adventures possible for Girl Scouts … Continue reading Meet the Rangers: Larry Ludwick, Camp Graham

Meet the Rangers: David Auman, Camp Mu-Sha-Ni

By Meridith Orr, Program Executive The last time you visited one of our Council camps you may have hiked the trails, learned to identify animal tracks, shot a bow and arrow, or cooked dinner over a fire ring. You may not realize it, but there is someone who makes all those adventures possible for Girl … Continue reading Meet the Rangers: David Auman, Camp Mu-Sha-Ni

WHY WE NEED TO SUPPORT GIRL SCOUTS TODAY

By Lois “Lofi” Hirshman, alumna and volunteer Lofi celebrates her 77th year as a Girl Scout today, October 10th. Her Girl Scout career includes time as a girl in Pennsylvania, a leader in New York, and a beloved volunteer in Chapel Hill. In addition, Lofi makes a yearly contribution to Girl Scouts – NC Coastal … Continue reading WHY WE NEED TO SUPPORT GIRL SCOUTS TODAY