By: Hannah Bruno Ahhhhh, Thanksgiving. Turkey Day. The big feast. Is there really anything like it? It’s the one day of the year when families gather together to over-indulge in carbs, share fond memories, and catch up with family. It’s a special time. It’s crackling fires and merry laughter and a friendly games of football… Continue reading Guide to Thanksgiving Conversation Topics: Girl Scout Edition
By: Hannah Bruno In over 100 years of Girl Scout history not much has changed. This organization, founded on the principles of leadership, civic engagement, and friendship has a pattern of consistency rooted in providing girls with the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential. And, we like it that way! But, it’s Halloween and the… Continue reading Ghosts of Girl Scouts Past
By: Gabby Marye Outdoor experiences have formed who I am today. My outdoor accomplishments have inspired confidence in me; teaching me that I can do what I put my mind to and helped me pursue a healthy lifestyle, so I am able to adventure to the heights I aspire to. Spending so much time in… Continue reading Be a part of the GSUSA Outdoor Impact Study!
By: Abby D. Are you a Junior Girl Scout? If so, you may have heard of Bronze Awards. Bronze Awards are very useful projects in which many people contribute to, Girl Scouts work very hard to accomplish, and it will have to improve your skills and other people’s lives for a Girl Scout Junior to… Continue reading Benefits of the Girl Scout Bronze Award
By: Lauren S. When I was Daisy, I went to a Girl Scout Day Camp where one of the older girls who was leading an activity had two pins on her vest that I had never seen before. Mesmerized, I asked her what they were for. She told me that there were 3 awards you… Continue reading Silver Stories: The Trials and Triumphs of The Book Nook
By: Gabby Marye Going as fast as my wheels can carry me, I stop to look behind me. I can make out my mom, pushing my little brother in a stroller, my friend’s mom, walking with her, and my friend, Natalie, leisurely pedaling her own bike. I pedal back to her, again, as fast as… Continue reading Bike like a Girl Scout
While many are thinking only of costume parades, pumpkin carving, and treats galore on October 31st, for 2.8 million girls and women members worldwide, this date has much bigger significance: It is the birthday of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low. Born on Halloween in 1860, Juliette, would grow up to create the largest girl leadership organization… Continue reading Things You Didn’t Know about Juliette Gordon Low (Even if You’re a Lifelong Girl Scout)