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Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

When you’re a Girl Scout, you become part of a vast, interconnected family. Currently, there are 59 million Girl Scout alumnae, or one out of every two women in the U.S. Girl Scout alumnae display more positive life outcomes compared to non-alumnae—which might explain why many choose to volunteer for the organization which played such

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Happy Girl Scout Week!

Girl Scout Week is just around the corner, with plenty of opportunities for Girl Scouts to celebrate sisterhood and demonstrate what it means to be a G.I.R.L. (That includes the Girl Scout Anniversary, March 12, which marks 105 years since Juliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouts!) In true Girl Scout spirit, each day of the

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Reach for Gold

For 100 years, Girl Scouting’s highest honor has stood for excellence and leadership. But not everyone knows what the Girl Scout Gold Award is (unlike other youth honors you may know). In fact, since 1916, one million girls have obtained the highest award in Girl Scouts, and have accomplished amazing feats and made a difference around the world.

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Gabbing with Girl Scouts

Summer is coming to a close, and school is right around the corner (for some, it’s already here!). That means it’s also back-to-troop time. We’re looking forward to another great Girl Scout year, with girls exploring their interests, getting out of their comfort zones, and making friends with sister Girl Scouts. Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB)

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