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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

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Destinations Trip Fuels Love of Science + Travel

  As twins, Ally and Mary have spent their lives sharing both the small and big moments with one another, and last summer was no different when the teens added ...more Destinations Trip Fuels Love of Science + Travel

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STEM Passion Leads to Hollywood

Andrea’s love of hands-on activities started early in her Girl Scout journey. Throughout the years, her passion for figuring out how things work sparked her interest in a STEM (science, ...more STEM Passion Leads to Hollywood

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Horse Camp Through the Eyes of a Nine-Year-Old

Nine-year-old Grace captured her feelings about camp, homesickness, and the thrill of riding a horse in an essay for school. She attended a six-day horse camp at Camp Northwoods and ...more Horse Camp Through the Eyes of a Nine-Year-Old

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Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthday Inspires Spooky Service Project

A sure-fire way to get girls talking is to ask them about what they are going to be for Halloween and what their favorite costumes were in past years To ...more Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthday Inspires Spooky Service Project

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Robotics Camp Empowers Girls

Ten-year-old Olivia has short hair and glasses, a thoughtful demeanor and strong opinions about music. She likes Neon Trees, an alternative rock band, but unlike other girls her age, she ...more Robotics Camp Empowers Girls

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Robotics Isn’t Hard—It’s Fun!

Mikaela was worried Girl Scout Robotics Camp would be really hard. Even though she’s a bright, thoughtful 11-year-old who’s very interested in science and math, she’d never done Robotics before ...more Robotics Isn’t Hard—It’s Fun!

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A Girl With Dreams Across the World

Piper, a Girl Scout Cadette, is 13 years old. Like most eighth graders, she is chatty, loves playing sports and always enjoys being silly with her friends. What sets her ...more A Girl With Dreams Across the World