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Troop Spotlight: July 2022


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.

Crossing over

Azalea, left, and Abby, right, bridged from Daisy to Brownie in Troop 10427 in Raymond, NH in June.

On parade

Wolcott, VT, Troop 61654 participated in the Morrisville Fourth of July parade.

Second-place prize in parade

Troop 12580 of Hillsboro, NH, took home the second-place prize in the Hillsboro Hometown Parade over the Fourth of July holiday. They earned their Engineering badge by building the cabin out of wrapping paper, paper towels, and toilet paper rolls. They then designed and made the float for the parade.

Old Home Day

The Girl Scouts of Troop 60000 participated in the Stoddard, NH, Old Home Day parade on July 9.

Families enjoy camping with Girl Scouts

Brownie Selena, her brother, and a friend peek out from a tent at Camp Farnsworth. Cousin Gianna is also in Troop 10247 of Raymond, NH, and joined them on the camping trip.

Farnsworth Fun Day

A day of Girl Scout fun at Camp Farnsworth was the reward available for all GSGWM Girl Scouts reaching the goal of selling a certain number of cookies, and 157 Girl Scouts and their guests attended this special day.

Girls from all across the council attended. They had an array of camp experiences that they could rotate and explore at their own pace. Experiences included ponding, the climbing tower, low ropes, water games, field games, gaga ball, archery, nature hike, feeding the horses, swimming, canoeing, and learning camp skills such as orienteering, whittling, and crafting.

Swimming up a level

Troop 30356 Lunenburg, VT, held their bridging ceremony July 13 at Colonel Town Pool.

Little librarians

Troop 60290 from Bedford, NH, donated a Little Free Library and collected books for their community.

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