Why I Can’t Wait to be a Volunteer at Camp Graham this summer!

By Marsha Kitter, Lifetime Member, Alumnae, Juliette Low Planned Giving Society member In 1969 when I was 15 years old, I had my choice of going to Europe or going to Girl Scout camp. I choose Girl Scout camp.   Camp was the most fantastic experience I had ever had. We slept on army cots in … Continue reading Why I Can’t Wait to be a Volunteer at Camp Graham this summer!

Generations of Impact: How 25 years of services led to $20,000 for girls

Emily Hill, Director of Individual Giving The day before Mothers’ Day had me driving up to Annapolis, Maryland for a very special reason. Friends of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines, Bob Schmitz and Amy Csorba, had made a gift in honor or Amy’s 80-year-old mother, Sue, and we were about to surprise her … Continue reading Generations of Impact: How 25 years of services led to $20,000 for girls

Why I Became a Girl Scout Summer Camp Counselor

By Victoria D., GSNCCP Girl Board Member Hi everyone! My name is Victoria and I’m one of the six Girl Scout Girl Board Members! I’m excited to be blogging for the council and sharing my experiences as a Girl Scout. Summer is one of my favorite seasons as it usually consists of lots of time … Continue reading Why I Became a Girl Scout Summer Camp Counselor

Day Camp Boosts Confidence for Girls & Volunteers

By Stacy Nechyba, Durham Girl Scout Day Camp Program Director If you are looking for the ultimate confidence-booster, look no further.  You can find it at a Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines’ Day Camp.  For the first time this summer, I co-directed the Girl Scout Day Camp in Durham County and want to report … Continue reading Day Camp Boosts Confidence for Girls & Volunteers

“Girl Scouting another way” learned

By Lexi Tichenor, Communications & Marketing Intern When I was younger I took part in Girl Scouts for a number of years and enjoyed every minute of it! I can remember many great experiences, but the most memorable were the many friendships I built within and outside of my troop. At the time, I didn’t … Continue reading “Girl Scouting another way” learned