Girl Scouts around our council are always active – camping,
traveling, doing service projects, and making the world a better
place. Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains invites all Girl
Scouts in our council to share photos of their adventures,
achievements, projects, and more. Send your photos to us at email@example.com.
Be sure to include a description of the event, your troop number and
levels involved, when it took place, and any other relevant
The view from Mount Hedgehog
Four Girl Scouts from Londonderry, NH, Troop 10318 had a great overnight campout in the White Mountains. They took the hike up Mount Hedgehog to Alan’s Ledge, and stayed overnight at Passaconaway Campground. Shown are Amanda M., Jessica S., Summer B., and Kaileigh C.
Frolic at Farnsworth
Holly and her tentmates Zoe, Hazel and Allison attended Riding Frolic at Camp Farnsworth this past week.
Urban adventures in Montreal
Girl Scout Ambassadors of Troop 11009 in Manchester, NH, visited Montreal, Canada, June 24-27, where they hiked Mont Royale, visited the city of Montreal, and explored the Notre Dame Basilica.
Feting the Fourth on a float
Onlookers cheered as Troop Leader Victoria Parisi, with Junior Troop 20278 and Brownie Troop 20451, participated in the Amherst July 4th parade with a cookie-themed float!
Capping the year with a camping trip
Girl Scout Ambassador Troop 30166 graduated this year and took a camping trip as their last adventure together. Troop leader Jamie Steadman said they all had a great time. They traveled from Monkton, VT, to the Blackwoods Campground in Maine, Bar Harbor, Cadillac Mountain (where they are standing in this photo), Acadia National Park, Thunder Hole, Tremont, Aurora, Great Pond, and the Dow Pines Recreation Area.
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