Girl Scouts Visit Historically Black Colleges

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This week we welcomed back 28 high school Girl Scouts who have returned from North Carolina, where they visited five public and private historically black colleges and universities. On their trip they had an opportunity to interview with admissions counselors and apply for these schools as well as visit several significant sites of the civil rights movement. Many of the students will […]

Travel the U.S. with Girl Scouts

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Are you excited to pack up your troop for a visit to places unknown? No sure where to begin? Look no further! A Girls Travel U.S. training will be offered on Thursday, December 18, from 6-9 pm, at the Brooklyn Center Service Center. This is a practical training for adult Girl Scout volunteers that are […]

Fun With a Purpose

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In Girl Scouts, girls have fun with a purpose—and Troop 55640 did just that on Monday, December 1, when they took a field trip to A Taste of Love Bakery. The girls were able to work on earning their Business Owner badge, while throwing a birthday party. It wasn’t a sister Girl Scout they were celebrating; […]

Planning Provides Amazing Adventure

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This past summer, Julia McKenzie, along with her entire troop, took a 10-day trip to Savannah, Georgia, to visit the birthplace of Girl Scouts. But the trip didn’t happen over night. The planning and saving process started over two years ago. Through troop proceeds earned during the Girl Scout Cookie Program and service projects, Troop […]

Take Action Against Hunger

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Imagine only having one meal a day. Now, try to picture yourself not eating at all for a day. Do you think you would be able to go to school and do your best, while struggling with hunger pains? This is a familiar scenario for many in Minnesota. You might be surprised to know that […]