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Badges, Activities, & Beyond

Find Your Path: Opportunities for Older Girls

Here at Girl Scouts of Western Ohio, we know that life as a teenage girl is busy. Between juggling school with band practice, dance rehearsals, games and practices, studying and finding time for friends it can be difficult to regularly join troop meetings or attend the events the rest of the troop is heading to, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be a Girl Scout. As a Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scout, we encourage girls to explore individual interests and set personal goals, to  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond

Your Guide to a Year of Adventure!

The Program Events Guide is available now! It’s Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s annual book of program events for girls and adults, but there’s so much more! Keep reading to find out how you can use this fantastic resource to plan your year full of exploration, discovery and fun adventures! Program Events We offer a wide variety of programming for girls of all levels! Some of our events are council sponsored and some are hosted by program partners, our experts in our communities. We  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond

The New Badges, Journeys & Awards and Where to Find Them

It’s summertime, which means we are gearing up for another year of exploration, adventure, leadership and fun! And great news–Girl Scouts of the USA has just released the newest badges and journeys to help girls do just that. Last year we were excited to introduce a number of badges for Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scouts, and this year we are thrilled to see the progression for Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Girl Scouts along with some new outdoor adventure badges for girls of  ...

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Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards

Bronze & Silver Award Recognition: Let’s Party!

Universally, recognition is a huge motivator; one of the biggest. It shows respect for an individual or group for a job well done. It helps strengthen bonds and relationships, and reinforces how much the action took made a difference! Because of this, a great way to recognize the hard work of Girl Scouts who have earned their Bronze or Silver Award is with a ceremony! Ceremonies are a means of expression and have been an important part of Girl Scouts since the beginning of the movement. By  ...

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