Top 5 Reasons to be a Girl Scout in High School

By Caraline Malloy                                                                                                          … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to be a Girl Scout in High School

Taking Action the Girl Scout Way!

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!

North Carolina Girl Scouts Go Gold

For over one hundred years, Girl Scouts have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, pursuing an award that that indelibly marks them as accomplished members of their communities and the world. The Girl Scout Gold Award, the equivalent to the Boy Scout Eagle Award, is the highest award that a Girl Scout can earn. … Continue reading North Carolina Girl Scouts Go Gold

Go for the Gold, Girl Scout!

For over one hundred years, Girl Scouts have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, pursuing an award that indelibly marks them as accomplished members of their communities and the world. Girls Take Action by identifying a problem and leading others in a service project that makes a significant impact in their communities. Gold Award … Continue reading Go for the Gold, Girl Scout!

How Girl Scouts are Making Dreams a Reality

Every G.I.R.L. has big dreams for their future - this may include going to college and earning a degree. Unfortunately, college can seem out of sight of the realm of possibility for young women who are looking at all the tuition, fees, and cost of supplies that goes along with it. A degree is a … Continue reading How Girl Scouts are Making Dreams a Reality

Once a “Ms. B’s” girl always a “Ms. B’s” girl

I joined Jane Barringer’s Girl Scout troop in Sanford, NC when I was in the 8th grade and stayed until I graduated high school. My troop leader, “Ms. B” as she is affectionately called, encouraged me to seize every opportunity and even travel the world! Ms. B has given over 50 years of service to … Continue reading Once a “Ms. B’s” girl always a “Ms. B’s” girl