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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to include a description of the event, your troop number and
levels involved, when it took place, and any other relevant
Juniors help homeless pets
Girl Scout Junior Troop 12692 collected items for the homeless pets at the Salem Animal Rescue League in Salem, NH. Troop members Gabby, Abby, and Sammi delivered the donation, and had a great time playing with the kittens. The kittens loved it, too!
Gold Award Girl Scout visits camp
Gold Award Girl Scout Amanda stopped by Camp Kettleford to display three bat boxes. It was a great match the week’s theme of Flutter and Fly!
Pink sky and paddlers in Portsmouth
Ambassador Troop 22827 went on a sunset paddle tour with Seven
Rivers Paddling in Portsmouth, NH.
They had a blast paddling (at least one was a first-timer), learned a bit of history about the area and saw a BEAUTIFUL sunset. Oh, and of course they had to end the night down the street at The Ice House with ice cream.
Three of the four members of this troop graduated high school this past June, so this was one of their final activities.
Daisies visit Daisy’s birthplace
Allison and Gabriella, two Daisies from Troop 61222, got the opportunity to visit Juliette Gordon Low's birthplace and the first Girl Scout headquarters while in Savannah, Georgia, this summer. Low’s nickname was Daisy, for which our youngest Girl Scouts are now named.
Girl Scout Savannah helped make going home bags for adoptable cats at the Pope Memorial SPCA in Concord, NH. Savannah made scratching posts from recycled boxes and a booklet of what your cat needs and how to care for it. She also added in toys, bowls and other much needed cat items. The shelter shared this photo with the public on Facebook.
Testing out Girl Scouts at a campette
Seven girls in grades 1-4 joined GSGWM’s Campette program in Barton, VT. The girls did activities like science experiments, outdoor art, and financial literacy! A highlight of the week: using solar ovens to make s’mores using the sunlight!
Everyone loves ice cream!
SU 213 had an ice cream social and 26 Girl Scouts from five troops attended. Girl Scout Troop 30261 presented a bridge they purchased and decorated for their upcoming ceremony.
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