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Girl Scout Special Interests

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Girl Scout Brownie

As a Girl Scout leader, you know all about the three “C”s: camping, crafts and cookies but you also know that Girl Scouts is so much more. It’s about outdoor adventures. It’s about community service. It’s about parties, parades, ceremonies, events, trips and so much more.

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In the 1940s, Girl Scouts helped the war effort by picking milkweed pods that were used in making life jackets.

Ceremonies and Traditions

From meeting openers and flag ceremonies to investitures, rededication and bridging, find out about what makes Girl Scouting special.

Celebrations, Events and Parties

From small parties and parades to huge service unit events, your troop will enjoy the social side of the Girl Scout experience.

Camping and Outdoor Activities

Get your girls outside and encourage them to be active! Girl Scouts isn’t only about camping. Go swimming or bike riding. Build a snowman or scarecrow. The possibilities are endless.

Community Service

It’s never too early to teach your troop about giving. Find ideas and rewarding activities for service projects.

Girl Scout Cookies

It’s that wonderful time a year when real life stops and cookies take over. Find out how to sell more and have more fun while doing it!

Trips and Tours

There are plenty of fun, free trips to do with a Girl Scout troop. Many will help you earn a petal, badge or enhance your Girl Scout Journey.

peace-journeyCrafts and Activities

Girl Scouts love crafts! From free printables to complete kits, you’ll find plenty to keep your Girl Scouts busy with creative fun.

Patriotic Ideas

Veteran’s Day, Memorial Day or any day is a good day to have pride in our country. Honoring our military and our country is an important part of Girl Scouting.