The Girl Scout TOP Blog

May 27, 2014

A classic part of the Girl Scout experience is our annual Cookie Season.  Our girls learn the five skills (goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics) and they have fun while running their very own business!  

Take a stroll through memory lane with some fun cookie moments like Cookies Now!,...

May 22, 2014

Many troops have Bridging ceremonies at the end of the Girl Scout year.  Bridging is an important and memorable transition in a Girl Scout's life. It's a defining moment when a girl becomes aware of her achievements and they are honored for their progression and growth. 

There are bridgning awards that mark a girl's transition to the next leadership level in Girl Scouting,  For ideas and to see what each award looks like, check out GSUSA's online resource on...

Maria Gregorio
May 9, 2014

With a pledge of faith and support of their Troop Leader, Victoria, Monique, and Veronica (aka Roni) set out to make a direct impact in their community. The focus of their project was Hilltop Senior Citizens Center, a local non-profit that provides a community gathering place, services, and meals for seniors.       

Each girl chose a different part of the center to renovate. Monique updated the entertainment and game area, Victoria refurbished the office area and bathroom, and...

Maria Gregorio
May 7, 2014

Caroline’s Gold Award project combined her appreciation for the environment with modern technology.  She noticed that the creeks and parks she loved to explore as a child were being polluted with trash and storm drain run off.  Caroline put together a team of volunteers, brought the issue before the City of Bedford, organized a creek and park cleanup day, and installed pollution awareness signs with QR codes that when scanned, educated the community on how they can help prevent storm...

Maria Gregorio
May 7, 2014

Each year, Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains celebrates a selected group of women in recognition of their leadership and service in the community.  A luncheon will be held in their honor at Ridglea Country Club, located at 3700 Bernie Anderson Avenue, on Thursday, May 15 at 11:30 a.m.  Individual tickets are $55 per person and a Woman of Honor Table can be purchased for $1000 online or by contacting Mary Burnette at 817-735-5302.


Maria Gregorio
May 5, 2014

This time of year is sometimes thought of as “Awards Season” in Girl Scouting.  We usually have our bridging and volunteer recognition ceremonies around this time.  And of course, we recognize girls who have strived and worked hard to take action in their communities through their pursuit of Girl Scouting’s Highest Awards.

The Girl Scout Bronze (grades 4 & 5), Silver (grades 6-8), and Gold Awards (grades 9-12) are Girl Scouting’s Highest...

Becky Burton
April 28, 2014

Hello everyone!

Welcome to our new website and blog! 

We heard you and we have worked hard to redesign our website to give you information in a way that is more streamlined, easy-to-use, and fun.  Take a look around and let us know what you think!

I also wanted to kick-off our blog with the driving force behind our work, the “why” behind all that we do: The Girl Scout Promise and Law.            

The Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I...