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Summer camp registration is now open
Choose your camp program from the just-published 2015 camp guide.
Apply for a GSEM Scholarship
The 2014-15 Ultimate Program Guide
Make new friends, have fun, try new things and more!
Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.
It's Cookie Time
2014-15 Cookie Program information has been added to the Cookies & More page. Whether you are a volunteer, a girl who wants to sell cookies, or a cookie lover looking to find cookies near you, check it out!
Cookie sale locations will be posted here through March 10, 2015.
Kendra Petrone, Executive Producer of KISS108's Matty in the Morning Show, let the Greater Boston area know how great Girl Scout Cookies are and how she used to sell them -- listen now!
Cookie Creations & More Events
Our events help support more than 500 girl programs, volunteer training and financial aid, so that all girls can participate in Girl Scouting. Here are a few of the many ways to support our mission:
DATE CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER: Save your appetite for Cookie Creations, where local chefs will use their culinary skills to whip up a delicious original creations using one of the eight varieties of Girl Scout Cookies. Get tickets for the February 5 Danvers event. Congratulations to our Boston event winners: Brian Mercury of Harvest, who won "Best Overall" as voted by the judges; and Eunice Feller of Bread & Chocolate, whose dish was named "Crowd Favorite."
On March 11, 2015, celebrate our Leading Women, whose accomplishments make them ideal role models for Girl Scouts. The award honors the leadership qualities of courage, confidence and character.
Support our Boston Marathon team of 15 runners who are raising funds for the council's health and wellness programs that the Girl Scout organization strives to build in girls.
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3rd Wednesday* of each month, 12 – 1 PM
February 11, 2015 – Guiding your Daisy Journey
Set your GPS for fun and join the Daisies on their path to leadership! Explore fun and easy ways to engage girls in Journey activities and ceremonies and help them plan for their Take Action project. We will highlight the themes of all three Journeys and discuss how to customize them to fit your troop's interests and timelines. Daisy Journeys: Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden; Between Earth and Sky; 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals. *Moved to the second Wednesday so as not to conflict with February Vacation and Ash Wednesday. Last day to register is 2/9/2015.
Miss out on previous webinars? Access the most recent and all of our recordings here:
December 2014: The ABCs of Selling Girl Scout Cookies
Browse the complete archive of Wednesday Webinar recordings.
Events for Girls and Families
There's still time!
Register through Janaury 29
Juniors, Seniors, Ambassadors
Saturday, January 31
Girls and adults, $12.00
Creative Jewelry Making Programs
From Beads to Bangles —
Jewelry-making programs are available for Daisy to Ambassador level
January - March
Students Who Engineer Magic
Feb 7, 9:30 AM-3:00 PM
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston
My Family Story
Feb 7, 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Disney on Ice—Frozen
All levels, families welcome
Feb 16 & 20, 7 PM
Boston Sports Club Overnights
Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Seniors, Ambassadors
Feb 13 - Feb 14 | Woburn
Mar 13 - Mar 14 | Franklin
April 3 - April 4 | Watertown
$40.00, girl | $15.00, adult
Be a volunteer! Run into a Girl Scout leader lately? Ask her about starting a troop, especially a Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop.
Can't wait to have the best day ever? Be a Girl Scout! It's easy to join and girls and their families can participate in a variety of activities. Find a Girl Scout recruitment event in your community and register today!
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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