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
Happy to be back to troop
Girl Scout Brownie Selena of Raymond, NH, and her cousin Gianna enjoyed their first Girl Scout meeting of the year.
Troop enjoys trip to upstate New York
Girl Scout Troop 30474 of Monkton, VT, took a trip to Pulaski, NY, in July, where they got to enjoy the waterfront, solved an escape room puzzle, saw amazing scenery, and more. The girls learned how to manage time and money, and created strong friendships on the trip.
Daisies have a big year planned
Alison Scheiderer took Girl Scout Troop 61345, who meet in Concord, NH, to visit the New Hampshire Enhanced 911 center in August. Alison said, “As a new troop, we have a lot of "firsts' planned for the fall: apple-picking, a corn maze, bridging two of our girls to Brownies, touring the fire department, and learning from troop members about asthma and epilepsy to earn our Safety Awards, beginning to learn about engineering and making model cars at the SEE Science Center among other things. All of our meetings thus far have been outdoors - and it’s a good thing since our girls love to be active. Their favorite things about scouting so far are scavenger hunts and the Banana Song. They are also all really stoked to learn how to build a campfire, wash dishes and cook their own food during our campout.”
Aurora is a Girl Scout Brownie from Florida who joined us for the Bio-Fabulous patch program online. She was amazed to see how bread rose in the oven! She added food coloring on top before baking, and used a thermometer to see that the bread to go 200 degrees.
Pinwheels for Peace
The Girl Scouts of Troop 51442 of Danville, VT, made and displayed
pinwheels with messages of peace on the Danville Green as part of
Pinwheels for Peace, a worldwide project to celebrate the
International Day of Peace. Pinwheels for Peace is an art and literacy
project which began with two art teachers in Florida as a way for
students to express their feelings about what’s going on in the world
and in their lives. The project has grown from 500,000 pinwheels in
2005 to over four million in locations all over the world in
Last winter, Troop 51442 began working remotely on the Pinwheels for Peace project as part of the Girl Scout Peacebuilding badge. The girls made pinwheels, signed a Peace Pledge and wrote a Peace Song for the troop. When asked what peace means to them, they said, “Kindness, happiness, equality, friendship, loyalty, and honesty.” Girl Scout Juniors also took part in planning the project, which included talking to community members and school staff, creating announcements, helping with a press release, and distributing posters.
Girl Scout Night at the Fisher Cats
Girl Scouts were able to enjoy a special night at a Fisher Cats baseball game earlier this month in Manchester, NH.
Girl Scouts “press play” on the new Girl Scout year!
We asked members on Facebooke to share a photo of their first troop meeting. What a great start to the year!
Troop 59210 met outdoors at their library’s community garden.
Troop 60248 hiked the sculpture trails at the Andres Institute of Art in Brookline, NH.
Troop 61102 had their first-ever meeting!
Going apple-picking and finding their way through a corn maze started off this troop’s year. They also did some campfire cooking to make apple crisp!
First order of business: Learn the Brownie Smile Song!
These Girl Scouts made leis for a more Hawaiian-themed start.
Daisies from Troop 61845 in Essex Junction, VT, made Tula crowns at their second meeting.
Troop 30312 in Randolph-Northfield, VT.
At this Brownie troop’s first meeting, they completed the Making Friends badge and have friendship bracelets to share.
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