Earn a patch and do lots of fun Girl Scouting activities at home all summer! Sign up for GirlTime and you'll receive three activity booklets in the mail brimming with fun stuff to do. Sneak peek: The June issue for Daisies is all about gardening! Brownies will get their very own booklet with special Brownie-themed projects while Juniors have their own too. It's awesome. Projects are geared for girls to do both own their own and with a little help from a grown-up. Ideal for girls brand new to Girl Scouts and for those Girl Scouts who want to keep working on badges during summer months. More details and registration how-to info here.
Honor your favorite volunteer! Now is the time to think about nominating a volunteer for an official Girl Scout award. Honorees will be recognized at the formal Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on September 12.
Know a troop leader going the extra mile to change a girl's life? Nominate her! Know a volunteer who truly lives each day by the Girl Scout Law? Nominate her! Browse through the Adult Recognition Packet and nominate the volunteer who has touched your life.
Badgerland awarded two scholarships during the Girl Scouts Awards Ceremony on March 14. Hallie Kircher-Henning received the Badgerland Council Envision Scholarship. Hallie, a Girl Scout for 13 years, received the $1000 scholarship on the basis of her essay reflecting about how Girl Scouting has influenced her life. Hallie, who will graduate from West High School in Madison this spring, intends to study social policy at university. Also honored at the Awards Ceremony was Emily Hill, a 2015 graduating senior from Deforest High School in Deforest. Emily was awarded the Loretta Himmelsbach Scholarship which is available exclusively to Girl Scouts who have earned their Gold Award. Emily was selected on the basis of her community service, extra curricular involvement and leadership. She was also honored with her Gold Award at the ceremony.
Do you love it? It’s spring so what better way to celebrate the freshness of the season than with this all-new, refreshed website. The site is designed to make it easier for you to find everything you need with just a click or two. We’re also thrilled that the website is just Phase One of even more new exceptional technology coming your way this year. All designed to make it easier to be a Girl Scout. Read more about what’s coming.
Congratulations to the eight Badgerland Girl Scouts earning Gold!
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council recently honored eight girls who earned the prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest national award a Girl Scout can earn. The Gold Award recognizes girls who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through take-action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities and beyond.
The Girl Scouts were presented the Gold Award during a recognition ceremony held in Oregon, Wisconsin in March. "I am honored to congratulate these remarkable Girl Scouts," said Marci Henderson, CEO of Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council. "Girl Scouts who earn the Gold Award are young women of extraordinary achievement. They are well-prepared to become leaders in our communities." The eight Badgerland Council Gold Award recipients join the ranks of an elite group of outstanding young women. Nationwide, less than 5 percent of Girl Scouts achieve this prestigious award. Their hard work and dedication reflect leadership and citizenship skills that set them apart and will prove invaluable throughout life.
Class of 2015 Gold Awardees Courtney Burns, Troop 1054 - Madison A child of donor insemination, Courtney discovered there are limited resources for such families to connect. Using the Donor Sibling Registry website, Courtney learned she has over 30 half siblings. Her curiosity piqued, sh...
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