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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

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Destinations Adventures: Pandas, Sea Turtles, and Islands Oh My!

“I made some of the most amazing friends with some of the girls on my trip and they will be forever part of my life, just as I will carry ...more Destinations Adventures: Pandas, Sea Turtles, and Islands Oh My!

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Give to Girl Scouts Day – May 15

Give to What You Love on Give to Girl Scouts Day Whether it’s your close-knit troop, the camp adventures, or the fun learning opportunities, please support what you love by ...more Give to Girl Scouts Day – May 15

Lydia Ross advocates for Anti-Bullying legislation

For One Girl Scout the Safe + Supportive Minnesota Schools Act is Personal

Ten-year old Lydia Ross was a kindergartner who couldn’t fully comprehend why her second grade brother would be teased, threatened, and even attacked at school. When the bullying didn’t stop, ...more For One Girl Scout the Safe + Supportive Minnesota Schools Act is Personal

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Silver Award Projects Changes Hudson Teen Forever

Oftentimes a Silver Award project that a Girl Scout chooses makes an impact in her immediate community, but depending on the project, a girl may reach beyond her local area ...more Silver Award Projects Changes Hudson Teen Forever

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Destinations Teaches New Skills + Strengthens Sisterly Bond

Always close, 18-year-old Emily and her sister, 15-year-old Haley wanted to go on an adventure before Emily headed off to college this past August. The Stewartville, MN sisters found that ...more Destinations Teaches New Skills + Strengthens Sisterly Bond