Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Blog

General

Honoring Our Girl Scout Sisters from Wisconsin Troop 3055

Our hearts are heavy with grief as we mourn the loss of our Girl Scout sisters from Wisconsin Troop 3055. The girls and volunteers were all living our mission, making their community a better place while following all proper safety protocols as they cleaned up a stretch of highway they had adopted. We’ve been hearing from many of you across the Movement who are asking for guidance on how to help, honor, and reach out to the families impacted by the tragic car crash that took the lives  ...

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News, Volunteers

We Want YOU to Test the New Citizen Science Journey for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors!

We’ve teamed up with Girl Scouts of the USA and SciStarter to test the NEW Citizen Science Journey for Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors, and multi-level troops in grades 6-12! We are looking for troops to volunteer their time to try out the citizen science journey for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. Multi-level troops are welcome to apply all girls in the troop are in grades 6-12. Your troop has the opportunity to impact program materials that are going to be used across the country next  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Family Experience, Girls, Parents, Volunteers

Girl Scout Discount Days 2019

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio has some awesome deals for our members from community organizations across our council who want you to attend their events. Check out our list of special ticket prices, Girl Scout days, and more and get ready to spend less on your next adventure. Sporting Events Cincinnati Reds The Cincinnati Reds are excited to again welcome the Girl Scouts, their friends, & families to the 2019 Girl Scout Day at Great American Ball Park. There are discounted tickets  ...

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Alumnae, Parents

Celebrating Our Founder: Juliette Gordon Low

Do you know the story of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts? She’s one of our favorite trailblazers, and October 31 is her birthday! So today we celebrate her boundless enthusiasm, ardent belief in the potential of girls to achieve great things, and ability to galvanize others to take action. In 1912 she started a movement whose impact is still felt today by millions of girls and women across our nation. Now that’s a legacy worth celebrating! But who was Juliette?  ...

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