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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  • What did you do this summer?

    September 10, 2010

    Bryna Galapagos Islands

    This past July, Ambassador Girl Scout Bryna Shuman went on a two-week "Student Ambassador" trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. The two weeks were jammed packed with fun and exciting learning experiences. She got to mingle with the famous Galapagos tortoises, snorkel with sea lions and sharks off the coast of the Galapagos, wander the streets of Quito, the capital city, hike through the Amazon Rainforest, and even spend a day planting balsa trees with local school children. It was an amazing experience, and one that she will never forget!

    Girl Scouts Awarded $15,000 from Staples Foundation for Learning

    August 31, 2010

    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Staples Foundation for Learning for the FaB Factor program. Check out the press release!

    Quincy Girl Scout Troop Earns Girl Scout Bronze Award

    August 24, 2010

    Girl Scout Troop

    Quincy Girl Scout Troop 74143 recently completed their Girl Scout Bronze Award. For their project, Troop 74143 volunteered at the Helping Hands Essentials Pantry at the Christ Church in Quincy. The girls collected toiletries and wrote letters to local businesses asking to put collection boxes in their locations to collect items to donate to Helping Hands Essentials Pantry. The troop also volunteered their time once a month by stocking shelves and collecting additional supplies.

    Reading Girl Scouts Working on Silver Award

    July 29, 2010

    Reading Girl Scouts

    Cadette Girl Scouts from Reading Girl Scout Troop 73712 are working on their Girl Scout Silver Award. Their project entitled, Teens to Tots is a community service project dedicated to teaching young children and helping them develop positive life habits. This summer they have been busy promoting sun protection.

    Local Chelmsford Girl Scouts Makes Cards for Military

    July 29, 2010

    Anna Mullane Chelmsford, MA

    Anna Mullane, 9, of Chelmsford Girl Scout Troop 60209, tapes up a welcome sign to encourage Chelmsford Library patrons to come into the meeting room and make a card for a service member. She organized the event for a scout service project. The cards will be included in packages sent to members of the military through Operation Quiet Comfort.

    Join the Girl CEO Advisory Committee

    July 28, 2010

    The CEO Girl Advisory Committee is a group of Girl Scouts of every level, from throughout the council, who come together once every other month to provide ideas, guidance and girl-driven recommendations to the Chief Executive Officer and staff of the Girl Scouts of Eastern MA. For more information and the application click here.

    Girl Scout Campers Having a Blast!

    July 28, 2010

    Girl Scouts from all over the council are having a blast at Girl Scout Camp this summer. Check out the article in the Daily New Tribune about what the girls have been up to at Camp Cedar Hill!

    Happy Birthday Camp Runels!

    July 28, 2010

    Check out the article in the Eagle-Tribune on Camp Runels turning 80! The article features a long time Girl Scout Jean Hollis reminiscing about her times at Camp Runels and today's campers discussing their favorite camp activity!

    Norfolk Girl Scout on CatholicTV Live

    June 30, 2010

    Check out Norfolk Girl Scout Liz Abramo on CatholicTV Live talking about Girl Scouts and her Gold Award project.

    Girl Scout Gold Awardees Honored

    June 16, 2010

    Girl Scout Gold Awardees 2010

    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts recently honored our Girl Scout Gold Award recipients! The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. The Girl Scout’s project is something that fulfills a need within a girl's community whether local or global, creates change, and hopefully, is something that becomes ongoing. The project is more than a good service project—it encompasses organizational, leadership, and networking skills. The project usually takes about two years to complete. Check out photos from events through out the council!

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