First-Time Leaders: Spring is for Celebrating!

It is Girl Scout tradition to celebrate girls’ accomplishments, as they learn new skills, build confidence, and explore new things. One traditional way for leaders to help their Girl Scouts celebrate these accomplishments is through a spring bridging ceremony. This is an opportunity for family and friends of the Girl Scouts to come together and […]

Northwoods Girl Scout Rake Out


Troops 13112 and 11391 of Northwoods Service Unit in Andover, along with other Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and friends and family, met on November 6 to rake 14 homes for those who could use assistance in the Andover/Anoka area. The weather was perfect, dry and sunny, and two teams of more than 80 volunteers raked […]

Money-Earning Tip

Are your girls looking for ways to support their Girl Scout experience in addition to the Cookie and Fall Product Program Activity? If so, be sure to check out the Money Earning page for additional information and guidelines for how to keep girls safe, as well as a list of great project ideas. Money-earning projects […]

Frequently Asked Questions About the 2011 Annual Meeting

What is the Annual Meeting? As required by law, Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys holds an annual business meeting to report to members on the organization’s accomplishments of the past year and the outlook for the coming year, which this year includes a preview of the 100th anniversary celebration. Elections are held […]

Spend Your Summer on a Destinations Adventure

What are you planning to do this summer?  Watch TV, sit by the pool, or hang out with the same old friends? Why not spend the summer bonding with other Girl Scouts while you explore a career, travel to another country, meet new people, learn new skills, or challenge yourself physically and mentally? Already this […]