Registration is now open for Geek is Glam!
Saturday, October 17, 2015
For Girls in Grades 4-8
Have you ever wondered, “How does that work?” or thought to yourself, “I could build that!” Explore, experience and experiment, not for a grade, but for fun! Meet talented women and experience exciting opportunities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Discover how you can make a difference in the world.Continue >
Aug 28 - October 25, 2015
The Fall Product Program offers girls and their troops a variety of exciting ways to participate in the program and work on their 5 skills. Depending on the goals of the girls and their troop they may decide to participate in all aspects of the program including the magazine program, the nut & candy program and the personalized photo keepsake program. The magazine program and the nut & candy program are available to be sold online through emails or directly using order cards and catalogues, while the personalized photo keepsake program is an online program only. Other girls and troops may decide that they would like to focus exclusively on just one aspect of the program. Participation is based on the decisions of the girls, their parents and their troops.
We Can’t Wait To… kick off the official start of the new Girl Scout program year! We invite you to pop in for an open-house style visit from 11:30am-6:30pm on Thursday, October 1 at either the Holyoke or Worcester service centers. Get your Girl Scout year started off right with some light refreshments and great conversations!
Staff will be at the ready to answer questions, offer support and advise to new and returning leaders.
Explore your new Volunteer Toolkit – we’ll have laptops set up.
Service Unit team members can pick up recruitment packets and materials for your unit (we have posters, stickers, & lawn signs for you!).
Get help opening a troop bank account.
Pick up Fall Product materials.
Shop for those start- of- the-year items in our stores.
We are as excited as you are to begin what is going to be a year full of fun, learning, adventure and growing with your girls. We look forward to welcoming you on October 1st!Continue >
Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts is joining Girl Scouts USA and councils across the nation in a new project that will make it faster and easier for you to join Girl Scouts. It will improve resources for volunteers, and serve you more effectively.
Enjoy the new website, and look forward to a great experience coming fall 2015!
Let’s discover our power, talents and leadership skills and spend some time learning about Girl Scouts at Camp Green Eyrie. For Volunteers, there will be a day of learning opportunities to help you discover how you can facilitate girl-led activities that tie to Journeys, badges, Take Action projects and general troop fun. This year we are going back to basics so each Volunteer can discover and strengthen their power and skills not only at a troop level but also at the Service Unit and Council levels. We are offering Saturday Courses in First Aid & CPR, Archery, and a Team Challenge Course. Level training, and Outdoor Skills and are also available.Continue >
05 Jul 2015
One little corner of the city is a little more colorful and bright thanks to Girl Scout Troop 11013. Even Mayor Lisa Wong noticed.
03 Jul 2015
Since the first meeting of the Girl Scouts, founded by Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low in Savannah, Georgia, in 1912, more than 59 million women have joined, including First Ladies Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton, entertainers Mariah Carey and Taylor Swift, former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, astronaut Sally Ride, journalists Barbara Walters and Katie Couric, and comedienne Lucille Ball.
24 Jun 2015
Crunchy chicken in a Do-Si-Dos dipping sauce and Samoas coconut shrimp with a mango-lime sauce were just a few of the dishes offered at this year's Girl Scout culinary competition.
18 Jun 2015
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01 Jun 2015
The Scouts instead are dedicating their fundraiser to their friend.