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One Girl Scout’s Life-Changing Trip

Picture yourself as a young Girl Scout. You crave adventure, you’re confident, and you’re passionate about making the world a better place. You want to go somewhere new, do something ...more One Girl Scout’s Life-Changing Trip

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Aspiring Engineers Stretch Their Skills

Basic building blocks were transformed into useful machines by the aspiring engineers at Robotics Day Camp. While a few girls had worked with robotics before, most came the first day ...more Aspiring Engineers Stretch Their Skills

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Bullseye! Target a Career in STEM program

Target’s new space in Brooklyn Park played host to girls and volunteers who got a close-up view of jobs available in science, technology, engineering, and math. First up, the whole ...more Bullseye! Target a Career in STEM program

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It’s for the Birds!

If you have some time over the July 4th week, here’s a fun project that will feed our feathered friends and be the perfect excuse to enjoy Angie’s Popcorn! This project ...more It’s for the Birds!

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Veteran Thanks Girl Scouts

Parade season is upon us! The White Bear South Service Unit marched along with veterans and many other community members in the local Memorial Day Parade; the girls had a ...more Veteran Thanks Girl Scouts

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Girl Scouts Tour Monticello Training Center

A total of 85 Girl Scouts between fourth and eighth grade and 25 leaders learned about nuclear science at the Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant Training Center on May 10. Scouts from ...more Girl Scouts Tour Monticello Training Center

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Working Together Works Better

At Wacky Inventors, Girl Scouts used their imaginations and their planning skills to solve engineering challenges. Young inventors warmed up their minds by sharing creative movement ideas and building towers from newspaper, ...more Working Together Works Better

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Eating is the Easy Part

Several local troops got a hands-on lesson about the farming cycle on Saturday, May 3. Troops 44607 (4th grade), 44735 (5th grade), and 44923 (5th & 6th grade) helped remove hay ...more Eating is the Easy Part

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What’s a Boomwhacker? Our Juniors know!

Girl Scout Juniors attended Musician Badge Day at The Works in Bloomington on Saturday, April 26, 2014.  At this event girls learned about music instruments and three instrument families:  strings, ...more What’s a Boomwhacker? Our Juniors know!

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Gold Award Scout Wins in Robotics Competition

Madeleine Logeais, a Gold Award Scout from Roseville and student at Visitation School, won the prestigious Dean’s List Award at the international FIRST® Robotics World Competition in St. Louis on April ...more Gold Award Scout Wins in Robotics Competition