There are so many ways to be a Girl Scout.
Today’s Girl Scouts offer pathways – choose one or choose them all. No matter what’s selected, offering Girl Scout programs makes a positive and lasting impact on young girls. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania offers the necessary support and resources.
Troop: Your daughter can join a troop and meet regularly with other girls and moms to participate in exciting activities, make a difference in your community, and have lots of fun.
Events: Maybe your daughter has more than one passion. If so, she can attend multiple half- or one-day events throughout the year in subjects that interest her most.
Travel: Pack her bags for adventure. Girl Scouts go places! Whether it’s across town or to a museum in the city, theadventure and what they learn will stay with them forever.
Camp: Girls attend day or resident camp programs to meet new friends, learn new skills over a series of days or even weeks!
Series: Does she love dance? History? Photography? Visiting the aquarium? Many other girls do, too. She can explore lots of her interests with them in a way that fits her schedule.
As a family member of a Girl Scout who participates in any of these five pathways, you can receive information from Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania through:
This publication is mailed twice a year--one copy to every registered Girl Scout household. Spark is available online sectioned out below for your convenience. Additional copies can be obtained at Council Service Centers or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join the mailing list.
Spark Spring/Summer 2013
Spark Fall/Winter 2012
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Our web site is updated weekly and provides the most current listing of events and opportunities to you and your girl.
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