From badges and patches to highest awards, Girl Scouts challenges girls to develop important life skills like confidence, self-esteem and leadership. Girl Scouts also build life-long friendships and embrace their passions every step of the way. Is your girl ready to join?
More than ever, Girl Scouts are stepping up to stay connected with their sister Girl Scouts and to take action for their communities.
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Gold Award Girl Scouts don’t just change the world for the better, they change it for good.
The Gold Award is earned by girls in grades 9–12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership in developing sustainable solutions to local, national, and global challenges. Three GSCCC Gold Award Girl Scouts were recently selected by the Council as National Gold Award Nominees. Nominees and their projects are: Kiara Baxter, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Community Garden; Grace Payne, Art History for the Modern Student; and Morgan Harvey, Fort Story Summer Reading Program & Literacy Mentors.Continue >
13 Aug 2020
When Frances Carr invited her hair stylist Rosemary Knight to join her on a recent July evening at the Girl Scouts’ A Place for Girls in Chesapeake, Knight wasn’t quite sure why at first.
10 Aug 2020
Sylvia Acevedo Leaves Lasting Legacy After a Lifetime of Service to the Girl Scouts
23 Jul 2020
Frances Carr has fond memories of being a Girl Scout troop leader for her daughter and other girls in Suffolk.