7 Ways to Connect with Girl Scout History for Girl Scout Week

7 Ways to Connect with Girl Scout History for Girl Scout Week

Since 1932, March 12 has been observed as the official Girl Scout Birthday with the Sunday through Saturday calendar week including it being referred to as Girl Scout Week. Whether you’re looking for a meeting activity as convenient as a click of your computer’s mouse or a field trip that requires a little extra planning, here are 7 ways you and your girls can revisit and reconnect with our organization’s history.

Homemade Holiday Traditions for Your Troop

Homemade Holiday Traditions for Your Troop

Traditions have a magical way of bringing people together. Richel shares some of her troop’s holiday traditions that helped her girls bond and feel more like a family. And with the holidays right around the corner, there’s no better time for your troop to make some special traditions of their own!

A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Girls Outdoors: Look Out

A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Girls Outdoors: Look Out

Girl Scouts has a long history of getting girls outdoors, and getting your girls outside doesn’t have to be an overwhelming trek. So to help you with the process, Mary-Jane will be writing a blog post every month or so on fun and easy ways to move through the Girl Scout Outdoor Progression Chart. Check out Mary-Jane’s four suggestions on how to complete Step 1: Look Out.