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
The Daisies and Brownies in a council-led program learned to build fires as a teamworking skill and now know how to keep warm in the winter. They met at Camp Twin Hills in Richmond, VT.
Sisters Syniah and Jae’sana had fun making the koala craft included in our cookie rally boxes with Daisy Troop 59557 in Concord, NH.
Quilts and socks
The Girl Scouts of multi-level Troop 30356 in Lunenberg, VT, worked together to donate socks to those in need through the SHARES Corporation. Older girls enjoyed learning how to piece or applique quilt blocks, which they entered in Lunenberg’s Maple Festival contest.
Cookies turn into Easter baskets
Troop 58203 of Salem, NH, made Easter baskets with the money earned from their Girl Scout Cookie business. They dropped them off at the food pantry at St. Joseph and Mary Queen of Peace. This is their fifth year helping their local food pantry.
Ready to render aid
Daisy and Brownie Girl Scouts in Troop 10063 of Manchester, NH, made first aid kits.
Considerate and caring Daisies
The Girl Scout Daisies of Troop 61564 in Amherst, NH, put together a care package of homemade cards saying “Thank you for your service” for the ER health care workers at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua. The workers loved it and were very appreciative. This project earned these Daisies their Considerate and Caring patch.
Cookie Booths and donations
Troop 30476 of Milton, VT
These Cadettes had their act together for a great booth at a store in Colchester.
Troop 10247 of Raymond, NH
Hailey and Ella had a great time selling cookies at the Mall of New Hampshire, singing songs to bring customers in.
Troop 51595 of Nashua, NH
Multi-level Girl Scouts staffed cookie booths at the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua and the Manchester Walmart, where the Hillsborough County sheriffs lent their support.
Troop 10097 of Berlin, NH
The Girl Scouts of this troop were super creative with their cookie box robots! Leader Lisa Smith said Madilynn P., Wednesday and Callie, a Brownie, Junior and Cadette, had a lot of fun and were making great Girl Scout memories at our booth. They also learned that this selling tactic actually works!
Troop 62683 of Wolfeboro, NH
Junior Girl Scout Kendra – also known as Skeeter - helped her sister Britny, who is in Brownie Troop 62683, with her cookie booth. Kendra is an individually registered Girl Scout who sold more than 2,000 packages of Girl Scout Cookies, earning her Cookie CEO badge. Now she is looking forward to going to summer camp in Vermont.
Troop 61222 of Merrimack, NH
This Daisy troop donated 34 packages of Girl Scout Cookies as a sweet thank you to the Merrimack Police Department for being great first responders and letting them use their community room for meetings.
110 reasons to love Girl Scouts
2022 is the 110th anniversary of the founding of Girl Scouts! We have asked Girl Scouts to share some of the reasons they love Girl Scouts, and so can you. These are from Troop 10032 in Manchester, NH. Their signs say: “I can do stuff I haven’t done before,” “It helps me meet new people and make new friends,” “We do fun stuff,” and “It is very fun. You can make crafts. You can also earn badges and help your community.”
Want to share your reason for loving Girl Scouts? We’re celebrating all year! Send your photos to us at email@example.com. Download the coloring page at bit.ly/36bT2UZ.
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