Girl Scout Bronze Award Fun Facts

The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. The award is earned by completing a take action project which is selected, planned, and executed by the troop. This award is the first of the Girl Scout Highest Awards and gives Juniors the opportunity to make a difference in … Continue reading Girl Scout Bronze Award Fun Facts

Local Girl Scouts Celebrate Earning the Highest Award in Girl Scouting – the Girl Scout Gold Award

Each year Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines celebrates the accomplishments of girls earning the highest award in Girl Scouting and this year was no different. Through June and July, the council held three celebrations across our 41-footprint in New Hanover, Pitt and Wake counties to recognize and honor Girl Scouts for being awarded the … Continue reading Local Girl Scouts Celebrate Earning the Highest Award in Girl Scouting – the Girl Scout Gold Award

Girls Take the Lead at National Convention

By Cindy Sortisio, Service Unit Manager and Troop Leader Air miles from Raleigh NC to Salt Lake City Utah: 1827 Number of girls from all over the country who participated in the Girl Scout Leadership Institute: 700 Decibel level on streetcar packed with Girl Scouts all singing camp songs at the tops of their lungs: 75 Number of … Continue reading Girls Take the Lead at National Convention

Going Gold – Making a Difference in the World

By Krista Park, Communications & Marketing Director Each year, girls who Go Gold demonstrate extraordinary leadership through individual Take Action projects that provide a sustainable, lasting benefit to their larger community. Since 1916, girls have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, an act that forever marks them as accomplished members of their communities and … Continue reading Going Gold – Making a Difference in the World

Troop #300 Changes the World!

By Troop #300/Cherri C., Wake 19 Hi! We are Troop #300, from Wake 19, and we would like to tell a quick story about a project we worked on this past year, called Operation Pillowcase! We stumbled upon this project on the Historic Georgia Council’s website while planning our fall trip to Savannah, the place … Continue reading Troop #300 Changes the World!