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With the Girl Scouts, you'll make new friends and have a ton of new experiences that show how exciting the world is. So, what are you waiting for? Start the fun today!

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Introduce girls to experiences that show them what they’re capable of. Whether you can give a day, or the whole year, it all starts with you. Be a role model she’ll remember.

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Early Bird Renewal

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Registering early in the spring helps troops prepare so that girls can hit the ground running when the school year ramps up in fall. Early registration also helps local administrative volunteers and staff plan and prepare for the new Girl Scout year. The fall is a very busy time, so register now to get girls ready for another year of FUN!  It’s a win-win for everyone! Learn more about our incentives here!

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The Benefits of Outdoor Experiences for Girls

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Girls benefit immensely from their time outdoors: they experience personal growth and empowerment, try new things, overcome fears, and learn teamwork and leadership skills. The open space of the outdoors, combined with the calming effects of nature and the opportunities for new experiences and growth, constitute an ideal setting in which girls can explore, observe, learn, and give back to their peers and their communities. 

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Memory Beads Badge

16 May 2016

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Troop 626 Visits Arizona Capitol

02 Apr 2016

Girls meet local women in government while visiting the State Capitol.