Girl Scout of America 62601 is a group of girl ages 6-18 who are in 1st to 12th grades. Girls age six to eight are the Brownies, nine to eleven years old are the Juniors, twelve to fourteen years old are the Cadettes, and fifteen to eighteen are the Venturing Crew. There are three GS awards, Gold Award (100 hours, earned at the ages of 14-18), the Silver Award (50 hours, earned at the ages of 12-13), and the Bronze Award (30 hours, earned at the ages of 9-11).
Lien Doan Hoa Binh Girl Scout leaders believe and set these goals for our Girl Scouts.
– Have compassion to serve the community.
– Be a team player.
– Embody confidence to be tomorrow’s leaders.
– Possess skill sets to help self and others.
– Go on adventures.
The girls are involved in community outreach throughout the year like visiting senior homes and animal shelters and helping with community events. Team building allows the girls to become important team players, a much needed skill for everyone. Next, many leadership roles help foster the girls confidence to be strong public speakers. Important skill sets are learned in the weekly meeting to help oneself and others. Lastly, going on adventures like outdoor camping outings are many of the aspects of scouting.
Girl Scout Motto: Be Prepared. Girl Scout Law:
Girl Scout Motto: Do A Good Turn Daily. I will do my best to be
Girl Scout Promise: Honest and fair,
On my Honor, I will try Friendly and helpful,
To serve God and my country Considerate and caring,
To help people at all times, Courageous and strong, and
And to live by the Girl Scout Law. Responsible for what I say and do.
And to respect myself and others.
Use resources wisely,
Make the world a better place, And be a sister to every Girl Scout.