In 1912, Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low sold her strand of pearls to fund the Girl Scout movement. Continuing in her legacy, guests at the Women of Distinction luncheon can participate in a jewelry silent auction to support Girl Scouts ConnectZ.
The girls in Junior Troop 17126 from Excelsior, Minnesota are high achievers when it comes to community service. This year, they’re tackling their Bronze Award, and they’ll be incorporating both a local and global project. Their Bronze Award project aims to raise awareness about poverty, homelessness, and educational inequality.
Maryellie Ramler, a sophomore bio-engineering major at UCLA, has a big idea. She’s been designing a life-changing solution for individuals with diabetes – and the device could have huge benefits for thousands of people. As a River Valleys alumna, Maryellie says the community, opportunities, and support she gained in Girl Scouts inspired her to seek […]
When girls work together, they can make a big impact in their community! These Girl Scouts in Troop 25258 are positively influencing their community of Northfield, MN – and learning about themselves in the process. We are so thankful to Jenny for the great work she and her troop are doing, and for sharing her story with us.
Summiting a mountain was a huge challenge, yet it’s Piper’s favorite memory from Morocco. “It was a two-day trip—one day up and one down,” says Piper. “I loved it because it was the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life, and it was definitely one of my biggest accomplishments.”