Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Blog

Girls, Volunteers

Take Action!

A big part of being a Girl Scout is taking action to make the world a better place.  This video does a great job of teaching girls how to create a PSA (public service announcement).  This is a great way for girls to rally their friends, family and community around a cause that they believe in.  The more people the girls get involved, the bigger impact they can have.  Each Girl Scout Journey guides girls towards a take action project that can impact their community.  Use this video to help  ...

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Volunteers

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Today marks the national holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr.  This is a great opportunity to tie the history lessons that girls have learned in school about Martin Luther King Jr. to their Girl Scout Leadership Experience.  When Juliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouting, she intended it to be for all girls.  Many girls today have heard the stories of Rev. King who headed the civil-rights movement fighting for equality for all people, but they don’t know that he too recognized that  ...

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Parents, Volunteers

Girl Scout Cookie Program Resources

The Girl Scout cookie season is here!  As most of you know, the sale started Friday, January 10th.  We have compiled an easy list of resources to help you support girls to gain the 5 skills associated with participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Selling Tools: Share this How To Be a Top Seller list with your girls from our blog a few weeks ago. Check out these selling tools on GSUSA’s website. Activities For Girls: We’ve created Earning and Learning sample meetings to  ...

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News, Volunteers

Summer Camp Is Just Around the Corner

While it’s cold and snowy outside, we are already getting ready for summer camp. Girls should be getting their summer camp mailers in the mail this week! Girl Scout summer camp offers endless leadership opportunities, skill building activities, challenges and adventures.  We know from experience that through camp, girls are able to connect with nature, learn independently, and build their self-esteem.   Here’s what you need to know as you help prepare girls for the summer: Who can attend  ...

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