Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Blog

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Girls

Troop 45869 Receives Grant for Silver Award

Girl Scout Troop 45869 of Reading, OH, was recently awarded a $500 grant from Constellation Energy through the company’s Constellation Community Champion program. The Cadette troop of sixth and seventh graders earned the grant by partnering with Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati, supporting the organization as part of their efforts to earn  ...

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Girls, Parents

Girl Scouts is for Older Girls, Too

Let’s answer your burning question… Is my daughter too old for Girl Scouts? Absolutely not! Any girl, from kindergarten all the way through high school, has a place here! At Girl Scouts, our programs grow with the girls. If your daughter is questioning if she is too old for Girl Scouts, have her check out the program for her grade level. She  ...

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Girls, Parents

Which camp is right for your girl?

Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. With a variety of camps throughout western Ohio, it’s the perfect opportunity for your girl to create her own unique camping experience, make new friends, and have fun! Whether she’s interested in archery, swimming,  ...

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Parents, Volunteers

Are You Ready for Camp, Space Cadettes?

Summer camp registration is almost here (resident camp, day camp, and special event registration opens January 25—that’s in two days!), and while outdoor adventures and awesome experiences are the norm for our camps in western Ohio, this year we’ve got a special option for Girl Scout Cadettes: a mission to Mars! Project Phoenix:  ...

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