Our online registration system is getting a makeover! Welcome back to another exciting year in Girl Scouts! You asked for improvements to the online registration site, and we listened. Beginning August 13, troop leaders and parents will be asked to … Continue reading
The Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Liz Workman has been named the new CEO for the council. She officially assumed her CEO position on July 1, 2013. Workman most recently served as … Continue reading
Calling all Girl Scouts – If you love being a Girl Scout, bring a friend! There are still tons of fun summer activities planned, like Dabbler Day Camp in Wichita, Gross Camp in Emporia, and Photography Camp in Scott City, … Continue reading
Calling all Girl Scouts who love TAYLOR SWIFT! If you needed a reason to submit your EARLY BIRD Girl Scout registration, here’s 4: all girls who are registered for the 2014 Girl Scout year before JULY 31 will be entered … Continue reading
There was fishing, canoeing, swimming, arts, crafts, games, archery and much more for Girl Scouts at the S’mores, Sleepovers & Scouts….Oh My! Camp 2013 at Camp Double E this year. Share Your Pictures And Stories here.
The girls learned about history while reading stories and playing with dolls from the American Girl collection! Girls got to know a different American Girl each day, and how each girl lived. Afternoons were spent outdoors including hiking and the … Continue reading
The Wildlifer Challenge is a series of outdoor challenges geared towards getting you outdoors – beyond the pavement – and into the mystery of the unknown. Girl Scouts spend the last week of June completing the challenges that Kansas Wildscape … Continue reading
Terri and Jim Schmitz of Parsons were surprised when their church bestowed upon them the TORCH award. This is a national award given through the Methodist church. The couple received the award to acknowledge the tremendous amount of volunteerism the … Continue reading
A big thanks to Troop 40280 for sharing this shot of them at the Great Plains Nature Center in Sedgwick County. See the Program on Demand page for great opportunities like this across our 80 counties.