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Weekly Troop Spotlight: February 7, 2020

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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 Be sure to include a description of the event, your troop number and levels involved, when it took place, and any other relevant information.

Caring for people and pets

Girl Scout Troop 52027, a multi-level troop in Clarendon, VT, volunteered for the Rutland Meals Challenge. They made an assembly line and made bean and macaroni and cheese meals. The troop also worked on pet care, deciding on a name for a pet, and the things they needed to care for a pet by clipping images and creating an idea board. The girls are now preparing for a great Girl Scout Cookie season with booths set up for March. Good luck!

Snowshoes and candy and volcanoes, oh my!

Daisy Troop 60160 from Merrimack, NH, with leaders Shay Aguiar and Joanne Grobecker, earned their snow adventure badge in January. The girls rented snowshoes from council and went snowshoeing, made a snow volcano science experiment, made maple syrup snow candy, and had hot cocoa followed by the friendship squeeze! Joanne said “It was the best day outside!”

Want to rent snowshoes from the council? Visit our Property Rental page for more information. 

Respecting all

The Daisies in Girl Scout Troop 59514 from Fremont, NH, had lots of fun talking about how to respect themselves for earning and reviewing the Respect Myself and Others purple petal. They made mirrors with inspirational quotes of self-respect and gem stones.

They also had a visit from Mrs. New Hampshire, Rebecca Whittle, who is a former Girl Scout. She talked with the girls about kindness and being positive. Mrs. New Hampshire also crowned these Daisies as they received their hard-earned Snow Adventure badges at their badge ceremony.

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