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
Through the years at Farnsworth
Keyara, a seventh-grader from North Woodstock, NH, and member of Troop 22031 of Lincoln, NH, has gone to camp every year (except COVID year) since 2016 and this year was her first two-week camp. She loves the horse programs that camp Farnsworth offers. Her favorite part of camp is the campfire songs, especially ones like “Yogi Bear” that she can move to. Keyara sings them at home all year long and even teaches them to her brothers.
Traveling the world with Troop 20507
Troop 20507 of Concord, NH, is often called a “travel troop” because
they love to take trips! Leader Sheila Morris shared amazing photos
with us of their recent trips to the Thousand Islands in upstate New
York and to the Azores, a group of islands in the mid-Atlantic that
are part of Portugal.
In the Azores, they explored old buildings, went surfing, met a goat farmer and milked goats, tried the local cuisine, and more.
The girls who did not travel to the Azores enjoyed a trip to the
Thousand Islands region in western New York, where they enjoyed a
pirate festival, took a boat tour, explored Boldt Castle, went hiking
and swimming in two state parks, danced at a concert, and enjoyed a
museum of the area.
“Taking girls abroad, many for the first time, to see the beauty of the Azores and learn about its history and customs , while encouraging the girls to try new things... it's what Girl Scouts is about! 💕” said Morris.
Wrapping up things in Boston
Troop 30167, a Girl Scout Senior troop from Winooski, VT, decided to spend their final time together as a troop on a trip to Boston in August. All the Girl Scouts had a great time.
Exploring Newport, RI
Girl Scout Ambassador Troop 20113 of Merrimack, NH, enjoyed a trip to Newport, Rhode, Island, July 28-31.
Pancakes for all!
Keeping up on their cooking skills and community service in August. Annika and Hailey of Raymond, NH, Troop 10435 volunteered to help prepare, cook, serve and clean up for a pancake breakfast for the Raymond Historical Society. Assisting were their leaders, Jill and Woody, who supervised the outdoor grill. The girls took orders and cooked pancakes of many flavors and toppings with a side of sausage, coffee, and juices from 7:00-11:00 a.m. on a hot summer morning. Everyone worked hard despite the heat. All money raised went back to the Raymond Historical Society to help with restoring the train. Over 100 people were served.
Vacationing on Myrtle Beach
Troop 11035, a Girl Scout Senior troop based in Chester, NH, enjoyed a summer trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
New Brownie Girl Scout Claire from Hooksett, NH, enjoyed her first virtual program making Pumpkin Twists!
Taking action for a better clubhouse
Troop 58201 of Hinsdale, NH, chose to give their clubhouse a makeover with some of their cookie proceeds.
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