The Girl Scout’s Guide to Your Girl’s Guide

Learn more about what’s hidden between these hardbound covers—and why every Girl Scout should keep her Girl’s Guide by her side.

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A Girl Scout’s Guide to Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month With Your Troop

National Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated from September 15 through October 15, recognizes and celebrates the history, presence, and contributions of the many (currently 56.6 million!) Latinos living in the United States. Here in Arizona, about 30% of our state’s residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin, and celebrating Hispanic culture is already very much a […]

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A Girl Scout’s Guide to Troop Travel

Travel is an important part of the Girl Scout experience, from the field trips girls take as Brownies to the global adventures they go on as teens.  Travel teaches girls 21st-century skills like critical thinking, problem solving, global awareness and cultural sensitivity. It starts with a Daisy troop’s first trip to their local fire station or […]

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A Girl Scout’s Guide to Making this Cookie Season Manageable

Attention, Troop Leaders! Make this cookie season more manageable by following these tips: Avoid the temptation to do it all yourself. We understand that you might be tempted to do it all—you’re a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™, after all! But by delegating some cookie sale responsibilities to troop parents, you’ll have more time to spend […]

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