Girl Scouts offers innovative programs, events, and camps for girls of all ages and interests.
Girl Scouts ofrece programas innovadores, eventos y campamentos para niñas de todas edades e intereses.
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Girl Scout Camp is Good News!
August 5, 2011
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Staples Foundation awards local non-profits
August 4, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts are awarded a grant from Staples, read the Boston Globe article.
Destination New England One if by Land - Two if by Sea
August 3, 2011
Last week 41 Girl Scouts from around the country traveled to New England to spend eight days exploring historical sites and learn about Oceanography from world class women biologists from MIT and Bridgewater State. The girls stayed at the beautiful Massachusetts Maritime Academy campus enjoying views of the Ocean and delicious BBQs.
The girls spent their time on land exploring Boston’s historic sites along the Freedom Trail such as the Bunker Hill Monument, Paul Revere’s home and Faneuil Hall. The girls also traveled up the coast to visit Historic Salem, where the infamous Witch trials took place, a group favorite.
Once the land part of the trip was completed the girls got their sea legs on and went on a whale watch, visited Boston Harbor's Spectable Island where they observed sea life, participated in various workshops provided by MIT and Mass. Maritime Academy such as coastal conservation, cold water survival and nautical knowledge as well as drove a bridge simulator through the Cape Cod Canal.
A special thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the trip a success!
Girl Scouts go the Distance
August 3, 2011
Girl Scouts featured in Runner’s World Magazine for their Marathon Go the Distance Patch.
Congratulations to our Gold Awardees
July 26, 2011
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award that a Girl Scout can achieve. The Gold Award is something that fulfills a need within a girl's community whether local or global, creates change, and is something that becomes ongoing. The project is more than a good service project—it encompasses organizational, leadership, and networking skills. Only about 5 percent of all Girl Scouts earn this award each year.
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National STEM Advocacy Champions
July 25, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. have been selected as National STEM Advocacy Champions. View the Press Release.
Girl Scouts earn Bronze, Silver and Gold
July 15, 2011
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Troop 80026 Celebrates Top Troop Performance
July 13, 2011
On Tuesday, July 12th, Troop 80026 celebrated their achievements by attending the top troop performance party. The celebration was held at Build-A-Bear in Kingston, where the girls stuffed, stitched, fluffed, and dressed their new stuffed animals.
Tyngsboro Girl Scouts meet Congresswoman Niki Tsongas
June 29, 2011
Troop 60916 of Tyngsboro just completed a trip to Washington DC. While they were there they met Niki Tsongas on the steps of the Capitol and had an opportunity to talk to her and ask questions. She told them about life in Congress and pointed out that it is a great job for women to do. The girls spent 9 months planning the trip, including selling over 3,000 boxes of cookies and other fundraisers in order to pay for the trip.
Photo courtesy of Dianna Mines.
Daisy Troop Donates Supplies to Patients at Shriners
June 13, 2011
On May 21st Amesbury’s Daisy Troop 63163 spent their weekend at Camp Runels. The Girls raised as many as 20 backpacks stuffed with school supplies, nail polish, hair ties, and games for Shriners patients and their families. The girls also spent the weekend learning how to create and perform skits straight from the Shriners clowns.
Photos courtesy of Jeanne McCue.
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