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Girl Scout ideas

Girl Scout ideas

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Barbara Wilbourne as a Girl Scout troop leader in Savannah. In 1941, she had joined one of the first African-American troops there. Account at click of a visit she paid to scouts on the South Side of Chicago, talking with them about the Jim Crow era of segregation, and how her experiences as a Scout helped shape her character and her life. After college, she became an elementary school teacher and led a segregated troop for about eight years - so this photo is probably from the 1950's..

Girl Scout Blog: “Scouting was a wonderful experience for me"

Laurette Hunkson - One of the first African American Girl Scouts

Something to try to make these at Girl Scout camp.

Troop 13305 at their Girl Scout Cookie Booth | #BlingMyBooth #GirlScoutCookies

Contests - Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta


Bol de confeti | Muy Ingenioso

How to make this inspirational rainbow crayon art: Form letters on your board with duct tape. Arrange crayons along the top of your board. Blast crayons with a hair dryer on high heat until they melt, and blow dry side to side to blend colors. Let dry, and slowly remove duct tape to reveal words.

Has anyone ever tried this warming technique? What do you think?

Make your own bleach spray shirt in just 10 minutes!

painted feathers!

Tour a DQ, decorate a cake, get a patch

This would be fun picture for GS TROOP what about do at Bridging Day?

Beach SWAP

SWAPS - While Wearing Heels
  • Rainbow Service Unit Girl Scouts
    Rainbow Service Unit Girl Scouts

    Cute idea, but the link does not show instructions.

Famous Girls Scouts who have made a difference - Josephine Holloway - 1st African-American Troop Leader and lobbied for African-Americans to be allowed to be involved in Girl Scouts

Famous Girl Scouts who have made a difference

Oct 1958 American Girl Magazine - Published By The Girl Scouts #ThrowbackThursday

1927 Girl Scout uniform

1918 Girl Scout uniform

Did you know? Girl Scouts lead community relief efforts during the Great Depression by collecting clothing, making quilts, carving wood toys, gathering food for the poor, assisting in hospitals, participating in food drives and canning programs, and providing meals to undernourished children. Girl Scouts have always worked together to serve their country (and communities); after all, that's the Girl Scout Promise!

Not all homemade bug repellents are created equal. This one? It WORKS.

DIY Mosquito Repellent That Really Works

batik with toothpaste and aloe vera gel

these could be swaps!!

"Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope or confidence." - Helen Keller

Has anyone else experienced this "bubble"?

REPIN this if you love being a Girl Scout!

Kid-made coffee filter roses - these seriously can be made by kids and they are GORGEOUS. Would be super cute as a gift bouquet.

DIY Jump rope: Made from Marker Caps! #earthday #upcycle