The Girl Scout TOP Blog
This November, we have fun gifts for you and your friend!
Just follow these EASY steps:
1. Invite a friend to start a new Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop.
2. Ask your friend to complete a membership and...
Girls are at the heart of Girl Scouting—they are who make the Movement. This year’s convention is all about girls, and you will see them in every space and experience.
This week’s #TroopTuesday shoutout goes to Troop 2165. Troop 2165 went to Troop 2146’s very first troop meeting and helped the younger girls learn all about using resources wisely. They planted flowers in recycled yogurt containers and they learned how to check if an item is recyclable (hint: look at the bottom of the product).
How are your older girls helping their younger Girl Scout sisters this year?
Girls from Troop 1171 completed their Bronze Award project over the summer, nicknamed “Operation Honor and Respect.” Their mission: honor the veterans laid to rest at the New Trinity Cemetery in Fort Worth. New Trinity Cemetery was the first African-American cemetery established in north Tarrant County. There are veterans buried at New Trinity going all the way back to World War I.
The girls partnered with American Legion Post 655 and spent an early Saturday morning...
Abilene Troop 7208 formed in September of 2013. Eight talented, energetic, and motivated girls, plus two brand new troop leaders set off on an amazing journey! The girls quickly formed a bond that has only gotten stronger, as we worked through our first year. We began our Girl Scout adventure with the Daisy Flower Garden, “It’s Your World – Change It!” Journey. We learned the Girl Scout Promise and began earning Daisy petals representing different parts of the...
Check out the brand new Southlake Service Center and the remodel of the Council Headquarters on Saturday, September 27. Lots of fun for the whole family!Council Headquarters • 4901 Briarhaven Road, 76109
Open House • 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. & Cardboard Arcade • noon to 1 pm Featuring cardboard games made by area Girl Scouts! Want to participate in the cardboard arcade? Contact Dana Cozby at...
To every Girl Scout Dad who...
... stood with his daughter, watching her grow in confidence.
... wiped away her tears.
... let her figure it out rather than just doing it himself.
... cheered her on every step of the way.
Thank you. We love our Girl Scout Dads.
What's your favorite Girl Scout Dad memory?
...After dinner we had big telescopes come to camp and we looked at the stars, Saturn has lots of rings and it is farther away than grandma’s house. I got to make a wish on a falling star, it is a lot like fireworks and I learned that the stars are like night lights, so I don’t need to be afraid of the dark anymore. The glow sticks you sent helped a lot too, I gave some to my new friends. It is bedtime now and I am laying here finishing this letter and thinking of how lucky I am that you...