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  • Girl Scout Colossal Fossils Recruitment Event

    Join us to hear about all the great opportunities Girl Scouts offers, find a troop that is just right for you, and get registered for the new Girl Scout year! Then, participate in some exciting fossil activities and take an eerie Halloween tour! Girls must be accompanied by an adult. Caregivers will attend a brief parent meeting and hear about available troops and volunteer opportunities in the community.

    Thursday, October 19
    5-7pm – drop in event, stop in whenever!
    Wausau Center Mall
    Colossal Fossils Exhibit
    Don’t forget your flashlight!

    *New Girl Scout members in grades K-5 can participate in the Colossal Fossils activities and tour free of charge! Family members may join them for an additional $5 per person! Girl Scout annual membership cost is $30, financial assistance is always available.

    Can’t attend, but still want to get involved with Girl Scouts? No problem - get involved online now!
    Learn more about the Colossal Fossils exhibit.

  • Get to know Girl Scouts at the Beach

    Want to learn more about the fun activities and traditions of being a Girl Scout?! Want to learn how amazing and rewarding it is to be a Girl Scout Leader? Great! We have just the place to learn what it means to be a Girl Scout member and volunteer - at the beach! Then enjoy a water ski show with Ski Sprites. Oh, and remember to bring a friend to share the fun!

    Who: All girls and their families

    Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2017

    Time: 5-7 p.m.

    Location: Lake Altoona Clubhouse, 604 Beach Rd, Altoona WI 54720 

    Remember to RSVP! 
    Email Karen Hauck at

    Can’t make it?
    Don’t worry, you can let us know you’re interested online or by calling 888.747.6945

  • Get to know Girl Scouts at Bay Beach!

    Want to learn more about the fun activities and traditions of being a Girl Scout?! Want to learn how amazing and rewarding it is to be a Girl Scout Leader? Great! We have just the place to learn what it means to be a Girl Scout member and volunteer. Then enjoy all the fun that Bay Beach has to offer! Everyone who attends will get their first fun patch. Oh, and remember to bring a friend to share the fun!

    Who: All girls and their families going into Kindergarten on Green Bay’s east side

    Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017

    Time: 6-7 p.m.

    Location: Bay Beach, first pavilion on the right hand side

    Remember to RSVP! 
    Email Kathy Welty at or call 920.955.3448

    Can’t make it?
    Don’t worry, you can let us know you’re interested online or by calling 888.747.6945

  • The Volunteer Toolkit is here!

    Volunteer Toolkit - Your Girl Scout year just got easier.

    As a Girl Scout volunteer, you already know that your girls love Girl Scouts for the friends, the fun, and all the new things they get to try.

    But what if there was a way to run your troop or group that saves you time and helps you plan so that you can spend more time with the girls? Meet the Volunteer Toolkit, the web app that makes it easy for you to get the most out of every troop or group meeting.

    And here’s the best part—with the Volunteer Toolkit, you can say goodbye to digging through big stacks of books and piles of resources. It is accessible from your home computer, tablet, or mobile device—placing everything you need in one easy-to-access place that’s accessible on the go.

    With the Volunteer Toolkit, troop leaders can:

    -Access a whole year of Girl Scout fun by age level. Year plans come with pre-populated sets of meetings that give you plenty of ideas for activities and all the resources you need at your fingertips.

    -Don’t see an activity your troop loves in one of the pre-filled meetings? Well go ahead and add that camping trip or visit to the science museum. Your year plan is fully customizable. You can even change the order of meetings by just dragging and dropping.

    Troop leaders can also:

      Manage troop finances Access the girl and family roster Track girls’ achievements and attendance...

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  • More STEM and Outdoor Journeys and badges are here!

    We’re always evaluating—and enhancing—what girls do, how girls connect, and how girls grow as Girl Scouts. We listen to what girls, parents, and volunteers tell us about what they like most, and we take action to keep our program relevant and engaging. This year, we added new Journeys and badges in STEM and the outdoors!

    Combined with existing STEM and outdoor programs, as well as programming that addresses life skills and entrepreneurship, these new Journeys and badges help girls empower themselves to take the lead like a Girl Scout as they accomplish amazing things.

     Outdoor Journey

    Anchored by the Troop Camping badge, our new Outdoor Journey will strengthen girls’ outdoor skills and ignite their interest in environmental stewardship. Girls will also complete a Take Action project.

     STEM Journeys

    Engineering: Think Like an Engineer. Girls discover how to think like an engineer by participating in hands-on design challenges and completing a Take Action project.

    Computer Science: Think Like a Programmer. Girls learn how programmers solve problems as they (girls) participate in interactive computational-thinking activities and complete a Take Action proje...

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  • Welcome to our new website!

    Welcome to our shiny new website! We hope you like it! Let’s give you a little tour. Here are the top five things you need to know:

    1.) This new website is part of our Membership Engagement Initiative which is a fancy way to say we’re making big changes to improve your Girl Scout experience.

    2.) Used to find it on Volunteer Connect? Need a troop cash report or want to look at Safety Activity Checkpoints? Head to the Resources page. You can enter a search term in the search box, or search by category by clicking on “options.” You’ll also see a list of top 10 forms so you can easily access some of the most popular ones.

    3.) We have a snazzy new calendar. Just go to Activities Calendar to see all upcoming activities in calendar format. Each activity is color-coded by category like “STEM” or “Outdoors.” When you click on an activity, a bubble will pop up with more information about that event. Click on the title in the bubble, and you will be taken to a page with details and a registration link.

    4.) You can also view activities in list form, by heading to Activities List. Fro...

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  • Fall Means Nuts & More!

    Our Fall Product Program opportunities are back! Fall Product gives troops opportunities to raise funds for troop start-up supplies and plans!

    Returning this year – all troops participating in the Fall Product Program will qualify for a proceed bonus during the 2018 cookie program. Every troop that participates in the 2017 Fall Product Program will earn an extra $.03 per box in troop proceeds for the 2018 cookie program. Troops must have at least three girls participating to qualify. Not only will your troop earn extra proceeds for the cookie program, participating in the Fall Product Program is great training for the Girl Scout Cookie Program. And the Fall Product Program is flexible and easy!

    Another troop bonus this year – the five troops with the top sales will win a cookie booth kit! All participating troops will be put in a drawing for an additional 10 cookie booth kits that will be given away!

    New this year

    Online selections have expanded for customers this year. College and designer tumblers are now offered along with stainless steel water bottles and tumblers. Eight varieties of organic vegetables will also be available online this year.

    Fall Product Dates

      September 11 - October 15 Fall product order taking – online sales links will open on September 11.  Once girls get their materials, they can begin taking orders.  Cran...

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