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Another great summer at camp!
Thanks to our amazing campers, their families, and our awesome camp staff for a summer of fun, friendships and precious memories! We miss you already and hope you plan to join us again next year. Watch for our 2016 camp guide (coming in January) and check out some of our year-round outdoor programs.
2015 Volunteer Conference
Learn more about this important free event for volunteers on our volunteer webpage.
Community Office Hours
Take care of troop-related business or learn about Girl Scouts from a Recruitment Specialist in your community.
Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.
It's time for Fall Product!
Troops: get a head start on funding activities for the year by earning 15-17% of every dollar, plus the opportunity to win a Council Organized Cookie Booth Sale for January 2016.
Family and friends: support your Girl Scout and her troop by purchasing quality products, including candy, nuts, magazine subscriptions and photo keepsakes (online only).
Girls: develop 5 key life skills while earning awesome patches and recognitions, including a personalized patch with $150 or more in online sales.
Participate from Sept. 25 - Oct. 27. To be eligible for additional money earning activities, troops must participate in the Fall Product Sale and Cookie Programs.
Learn how you can get in on the action by visiting our
Fall Product Sale Program page.
Girl Scouts' Highest Award
We are celebrating our 2015 Gold Awardees; girls who have earned the highest award in Girl Scouting by addressing a community need with a sustainable take action project. We profile several at a time, but you can read about all 2015 Gold Award recipients here.
Joy Yang, Newton, planned several activities and infused fun into learning about—and eating—fruits and vegetables. She organized an event at the local elementary school and presented a fun lesson to children in the aftercare program.
Faridat Toyin Yusuf, Ashland, created Children’s Book Club in order to encourage reading and to allow kids to meet others with similar interests. She then organized the meetings and led the members in discussions about what they read, allowing the children to express their opinions.
Hasanat Tobi Yusuf, Ashland, addressed the need for more recreational activities for patients in children’s hospitals. She created workshops in which children from her town made origami crafts and get well cards for patients.
Abigail Zajac, Medfield, coordinated donations for the Women’s Lunch Place, including cranberries for a holiday meal and toiletries that she hoped would help women served by WLP feel cared for and feminine.
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3rd Wednesday of each month, 12 – 1 PM
September 16, 2015 – The Quick and Easy Guide to the Fall Product Sale
Get organized now and make this 30-day sale work for you! Troops earn 15% of every dollar, and service units earn 1% of every dollar in product sales. Learn how quick and easy it is to get your girls selling so they may do more programs, trips and badges. Register here. Last day to register is 9/14/15.
Miss out on last month’s webinar? Access it and all of our recordings here:
August 2015: Guiding Your Ambassador Journey
Browse the complete archive of Wednesday Webinar recordings.
Events for Girls and Families
Don’t Miss Out -- Girl Scout Member Benefits!
These events are open to all Girl Scout Families:
Can't wait to have the best day ever? Online registration is open. Register today!
Be a volunteer! Run into a Girl Scout leader lately? Ask her about starting a troop, especially a Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop.
If you have questions about joining, our Recruitment Specialists are at-the-ready to help and they will introduce you to Girl Scouts in your neighborhood.
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