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    The Ultimate Girls' Weekend

    Join us October 16-19, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah! Registration is now open for the 2014 GSUSA National Convention.

    Annual Report Available Online

    Read our 2013 Annual Report, now available online.

    New Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls

    This newly compiled report summarizes the benefits of being a Girl Scout, including the impact of the Cookie Program, STEM initiatives, and Outdoor experiences.

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  • Summer Camp

    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts offers 4 resident and 9 day camp programs for girls grades 1-12, and 2 family camps. Our camps feature a range of activities from horseback riding to water sports, challenge courses, campfire cooking, and even local travel programs for older girls. Our camps are located throughout eastern Massachusetts and in central and southern New Hampshire.

    Can't wait for your summer adventure? Register for summer camp today!  Choose an ACA-accredited day or resident camp or family camp from our 2014 Camp Guide. Named a "Family Favorite" by Boston Parents Paper.

  • Celebrating Leadership

    Gold Awards

    We will feature all 2014 Gold Awardees in this space over the next several weeks.

    Vivien ChenVivien Chen taught a public speaking course to fifth and sixth graders, and watched shy students transform from kids who could not look her in the eye to confident public speakers who make eye contact, project their voices, and use hand gestures naturally, all with smiles on their faces. She created a video with public speaking tips which will allow her work to help other students in the future.

    Kendell SullivanKendell Sullivan’s project created an online information center that helps homeschoolers find support for starting Gay-Straight Alliance groups in their communities. She designed and developed a website, researched resources, and used her platform to both raise awareness for this issue and to provide easy access to information for others looking to advance diversity in their towns.

    Naomi WhartonNaomi Wharton educated her community about vernal pools, critical breeding grounds for many vulnerable species. As state certification helps provide protection, Naomi organized middle and high school volunteers to collect evidence for state certification and to educate and inspire others to pursue certification of the pools. She also created a presentation showing others how to conduct the certification process in their own communities.



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