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Parents

Adventure Out This Summer at Girl Scout Camp!

Looking for adventure? There’s a camp for that! Whether you’re interested in hiking, rock climbing, canoeing or piloting an aircraft (wait, what?!) we have a camp for you. Join us this summer as we take on the outdoors. There are so many opportunities to adventure out with Girl Scouts! Here are a few of the various camp experiences offered this summer. Cliff Hangers  Ready to rock this summer? You conquered the high ropes course and owned that rock wall. Now it’s time to  ...

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Parents, Volunteers

Awesome Opportunities for Girls Hosted by Other Councils (2018 Edition)

Girl Scout councils across our great nation are planning some amazing opportunities. And we want your girls to join in! Check out some of the cool events on our list hosted by our sister Girl Scouts and start planning your next troop adventure today. Don’t forget to fill out our Troop Trip and Activity Notification Form before you go. And as always, have fun! Golden Gate Bridging – San Francisco, CA Golden Gate Bridging is the biggest event of the year for bridging Juniors (5th  ...

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Parents, Volunteers

Money Earning Tips for Big Adventures and Projects

Your girl has big dreams for her Girl Scout experience. Orlando in 2020 for Girl Scout’s 55th National Convention. A troop trip to Savannah or an individual Girl Scout Destinations adventure in Iceland. An awesome Highest Awards project that has a positive impact on her community. These are all possible. With some determination, advance planning, and hard work, she can make her dreams come true with Girl Scouts! Step 1: Choose Your Adventure Girl Scouts is girl-led, so sit down with  ...

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Girls, Parents, Volunteers

Got the Travel Bug? Oh the Places You Can Go with Girl Scouts!

Every girl deserves the opportunity to explore her world, and Girl Scouts offers many opportunities to make that happen! As girls explore new places, meet new people, and try different activities they are learning about themselves and others, navigating new terrain, and putting their skills to work. So where will you and your girls go in Girl Scouts? From short troop outings to the local firehouse in her neighborhood to exotic destinations across the globe, there are so many opportunities  ...

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