Join Girl Scouts - Callahan County

At Girl Scouts, girls are always counting down to the next adventure they'll go on together. Maybe it's artistic. Maybe it's an experiment. Maybe it's getting outside or helping the community. With us, you'll make a bunch of new friends and have a ton of new experiences that show you how exciting the world is, and how awesome you are, over and over again.

Girls and their moms (or any special lady in their lives) can join us for a She and Me Tea. You can snack on refreshments while learning about all of the fun things you can do as a Girl Scout.

Cookies Now! at the Fort Worth Zoo

This is the 10th Anniversary of Cookies Now! at the Fort Worth Zoo. 

This is NOT a troop event!  This is an individual girl and her parent/guardian event.

On this day,  come and help your daughter get a jump start on HER Cookie Sale.  Come  to the Cookies Now! pick up location, park and check in and fill out a Cookies Now! Permission Slip. 

Girls who sold 60 Nut and Candy items during the 2014 Fall Sale will receive a FASTPASS for quick pick up.

Zombie Survival Camp at Rio Blanco

Do you have what it takes to endure a zombie invasion? Learn the survival skills needed to stay alive after the rise of the undead. Discover ways to hide in plain sight, first aid in case of emergencies and other helpful information to keep you from being a zombie snack. Whether you have zombies after your brain or are surrounded by the walking dead, this program can help you make it out alive. This camp event is for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. Adult volunteer opportunities are avaliable. 

Higher Award Training - Bronze and Silver - Lubbock

Start here to begin earning the Girl Scout's highest awards! These awards are named after metals; the Bronze Award is earned by Juniors and the Silver Award by Cadettes. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines for each award. Both girls and leaders are encouraged to attend the workshop. Topics include how to lead girls through the requirements, building a timeline, selecting projects and the required paperwork.

Race for the Cure - Community Service

As part of GS-TOP Pink Connection program, Girl Scouts can provide service for the Komen Race for the Cure. This year the race is set for October 4th. As Girl Scouts, we cannot be directly involved with raising money for the race such as having a Girl Scout team in the race. However, we can provide service to the race. We have a limited number of volunteer opportunities for Junior - Ambassador troops. We need troops to arrive early and distribute bracelets to the Survivors as well as work the Girl Scout booth and hand out bracelets. All volunteers’ spaces are first come first serve.

Think Pink Bracelets - Community Service

In 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scout movement. Unfortunately in 1927, she died of breast cancer. To honor her memory and to pay tribute to today’s breast cancer survivors, GS-TOP is proud to provide bracelets to Komen that are given to survivors during the race. The Lubbock Komen Foundation has also requested that "Survivor Picture Frames" be made as well. Troops can request picture frames to colors and decorate. Troop will provide all bracelet supplies. Bracelet directions are available to download online.

Join Girl Scouts - Decatur

Girls are invited to come to the Girl Scout Carnival and discover the fun you will have by joining Girl Scouts.  When you are a Girl Scout everything is possible.  You will make new friends, experience new adventures and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Join Girl Scouts - Decatur

Wise County Girl Scouts are inviting girls to a day at the movies.  Girls will also make new friends, experience new adventure, and make memories that will last a lifetime, just by joining Girl Scouts.

Cadette Program Aide - Teen Mentoring Award

When girls guide or teach others, they act as mentors. Teen mentoring is a win-win proposition! One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Cadette Program Aide to deepen her understanding of what leadership development means and get excited about guiding others. While learning to be a champion mentor, girls deliver fun with purpose to younger Girl Scouts.


  • Before girls attend this course, they must have earned the Leader-in-Action (LiA) award.
  • Girls will need to bring a sack lunch and pen or pencil.

He and Me Camps-a-lot

Your knight can be any male relative or a male family friend age 21 or over.  Activities include:  archery, games, eating with your hands, defending your family honor and just relaxing under the stars at Steven's Ranch.     This event is for registered girl scouts Brownie and older.  All men attending must be registered as well.  This is an overnight camp out.  You will be sent information on what you need to bring.


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