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
Koalas and cookies
Girl Scouts in Service Unit 223, which encompasses Middleton, Milton, Farmington, Rochester, and Rollinsford in New Hampshire, enjoyed an in-person cookie rally to prepare for Girl Scout Cookie season.
Riley, a Girl Scout Junior in Troop 60514 from Bedford, NH, enjoyed making the koala craft in the cookie rally box. Her mother said they enjoyed the virtual cookie rally to prepare for cookie season.
Craft fair helps Toys for Tots
Troop 58110 of Bedford, NH, sold their handmade holiday crafts at a Girl Scout craft fair and used $100 of their proceeds to purchase toys for the Toys for Tots Drive at their school.
New Daisies off to a good start
Daisy Troop 62057 of Mont Vernon, NH, has enjoyed learning the Girl Scout way while having lots of fun earning petals and learning to be independent.
Hooksett, NH, Troop 51680 is a multi-level troop that has been working on their outdoor art badges. One of tasks the girls wanted to try was to make terrariums. Girl Scouts of all ages made closed terrariums with Mason jars to take home and watch their chia seeds grow.
A Girl Scout Junior from Bedford, NH, Troop 60533 delivered a box full of handmade ornaments to the Bedford Police Department, which they greatly appreciated.
All things Girl Scout
Troop 62863 in Wolfeboro, NH, is a new multi-level Brownie/Junior troop. To finish the girls’ Painting and Drawing badges, they had the girls draw first and paint a mural for their troop on poster board. Everyone added to it and included things that made them think of Girl Scouts. There is a tree for being outdoors, the words “help others,” the crest they chose (a bluebird), a tent for camping, cookies and their price, and so much more!
Already a cookie boss
Daisy Angelina and her mother had a great time earning the first-year cookie pin at our Williston store. Mom Danielle is the leader of Troop 61654 in Wolcott, VT.
Walpole Daises off to a strong start
Girl Scout Daisy Troop 62354 in Walpole, NH, has been busy learning the life skills that will serve them well as they grow up. Troop Leader Stephanie Carroll said they have been practicing the Girl Scout Promise and Law, and learning the friendship circle song. They’ve enjoyed a winter solstice celebration and hope to go ice skating. They love meeting up in person safely with their friends and track their progress and Kaper roles at each meeting.
Richmond troop goes on adventures
Newly formed Troop 62845 in Richmond, VT, has enjoyed a series of adventures and worked on a variety of badges in their first three months. They explored a corn maze, went on a nature hike, learned about the Day of the Dead, and helped in a variety of community service projects. These Daisies and Brownies are now learning financial literacy through the Girl Scout Cookie program.
Thinking like an engineer
Girl Scout Seniors Alanna, Maelin, and Inga enjoyed a tour of Scott Electronics in Salem, NH, where they worked on their Think Like An Engineer Journey. They discussed engineer processing with the operations manager and human resources director, and were challenged with building LEGO houses and to produce solutions that could speed up the process.
Rocking the capitol
This year’s participants in Girls Rock the Capitol are pictured with Ashley Garen from Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains at the State House in Concord, NH. They began their six-month internships in the program in January. There is also one participant carrying out her internship in Vermont.
About Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains: Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is recognized throughout New Hampshire and Vermont as a leading expert on girls. Our Girl Scout Leadership Experience is a one-of-a-kind leadership development program for girls, with proven results. It is based on time-tested methods and research-backed programming that helps girls take the lead—in their own lives and in the world. Through our exciting and challenging programs, Girl Scouts not only participate but also take the lead in a range of activities—from kayaking, archery, and camping, to coding, robotics, financial literacy training, and beyond! Serving more than 10,000 girls throughout New Hampshire and Vermont, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Visit www.girlscoutsgwm.org.