100th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
FOREVER GREEN: Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouting 1912-2012
A Year of Celebrations
Click on the links below to view photos from our 100th anniversary events.
Forever Green Festival
Keep your celebration going!
Learn more about how you can earn the 100th Anniversary Patch.
2012 was the Year of the Girl
There is a greatness in girls that is hard to suppress. With a supportive environment, today's girls will become tomorrow's role models, leaders and captains of industry.
Girl Scouts of the USA declared 2012 the Year of the Girl: A year to celebrate girls, recognize their leadership potential, and commit to creating a coalition of like-minded organizations and individuals in support of balanced leadership in the workplace and in communities across the country.
Your support makes all the difference. Even though 2012 is behind us take time to participate, speak up, and invest in girls, because when they succeed, so does society. Together we can get her there.
Learn more about the Year of the Girl.
Pathways to Leadership
Commemorate the Past, Celebrate the Present, Look forward to the Future
Support the future of Girl Scouting, invest in tomorrow's girl by making a lasting gift today. As part of the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary celebration, we will revitalize an important piece of Girl Scout history by restoring the pathway near the Camp Cedar Hill maze in Waltham, with commemorative bricks, to build the path for a strong future for tomorrow's Girl Scouts.Your contribution will include a personalized brick with a special message, ensuring you are forever part of the Girl Scout legacy, a true and lasting demonstration of your commitment to the Pathway to Leadership. This donation will benefit our Girl Scout Campership Fund, which provides hundreds of girls with the opportunity to experience the joys at camp.Your Girl Scout brick purchase includes:
- A 4" x 8" brick with your personal inscription included as part of the maze pathway at Cedar Hill.
- An official certificate of acknowledgment bearing your inscription and commemorating your place in the Girl Scout 100th anniversary celebration.