Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Blog

Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards, Volunteers

10 Ways to Celebrate Girl Scout Week!

Today marks the start of Girl Scout Week! Girl Scout Week starts with Girl Scout Sunday and always includes March 12th, which is the anniversary of Girl Scouting in the United States, marking the first Girl Scout troop meeting in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.  Here are some ways to get your girls in the Girl Scout spirit this week.  If your troop isn’t meeting, that’s okay. You can always use these ideas at any time. Wear your Girl Scout uniform, or a Girl Scout T-shirt, to school  ...

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Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards, Family Experience, General, Volunteers

Four Inspiring Stories to Kick Off Women’s History Month

For National Women’s History Month, we want to celebrate women who continue every day to show the world that courage, confidence, and character are alive and well in our modern age. Here are four inspiring women who exemplify the Girl Scout Mission and who have risen to meet the challenges in their careers and lives with grace and grit. Ladies, we salute your efforts and the unsung heroes who work hard every day to make the world a better place for future generations of women everywhere.    ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Volunteer Experience, Volunteers

TAC is Back

Camp is an exciting pathway for girls to participate in Girl Scouting. At Troop Adventure Camp, the troop and camp pathways merge to create an experience girls and leaders will never forget. Troop Adventure Camp (TAC) is slightly different from our other summer program opportunities – it’s designed for the whole troop! What makes TAC different? Girls work together to schedule their TAC session.  They pick their activities, their cook-outs and their troop rules. This means that  ...

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