Girls and adults earn a patch for registering a friend into the Girl Scout family. The patch holds up to 3 "new girl" charms, girls/adults can select from a variety of charms to add to her patch. The patch is free to each girl and adult, the charms can be purchased in your area shop. Each time you complete the process of registering a new girl or adult, you can earn a new charm. Keep going until you’ve earned all three charms.
Free "Add a Friend" Patch!
Girl Scout Week: the Birthday, Sunday, and Sabbath
Girl Scout Birthday, March 12, commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization's first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.
Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday, and it always includes the Girl Scout Birthday, March 12.
Celebrating: Women of Distinction in the Community
This annual event hosted by Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains honors women leaders who demonstrate strong initiative and personal leadership on issues relating to women and girls.
C.A.R.E. - Celebration and Recognition Events for Volunteers
We all know a Girl Scout volunteer who goes above and beyond. Show them that their effort means a lot; nominate them to receive an award at C.A.R.E. -- our celebration and recognition events!
2014 National Convention
Información de Girl Scouts en Español
La iniciativa de la organización de Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains, que tiene como objetivo principal el diseminar programas de alta calidad a cada Latina en sus comunidades.
La misión de Girl Scouts es ayudar a las niñas a desarrollar el valor, la confianza en sí mismas y los principios para hacer del mundo, un lugar mejor.
Without adult volunteers, Girl Scouting couldn’t happen. Whether you’re a leader/advisor, parent or guardian, volunteer, or mentor, you can choose to:
Welcome to the great adventure of Girl Scouting! Thanks to volunteers like you, generations of girls have learned to be leaders in their lives and in the world. Little can compare to the satisfaction you’ll feel as you help girls grow in self-confidence, discover their genuine selves, connect with the people and community around them, and take action to make a difference in the world.
Safety Activity Check Points
Girl Scouts has released Safety Activity Checkpoints. In these documents, you can find information on proper Girl Scout safety for almost any activity from Archery to Wakeboarding. To see all Safety Activity Checkpoints, go to the Forms & Publications page on this website and scroll down to Safety Activity Checkpoints. You will then be able to select the individual activity checkpoint or download the entire publication.
Download logos, clip art, documents and photos for your troop to use for creating banners, signs, cards, and tablecloths!
Look here for fun images to help boost your cookie sales! Consider sharing these via social media sites (perfect as a Facebook profile pic!) and on all of your marketing communications. Girls, families and Volunteers of all ages will love them!
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