Herington Girl Scout troops 20107, 20145, and 20109 participated in a Veteran’s Day Flag Ceremony and the annual 9-11 Freedom Walk. Troop leader Jodi Reeves shared, “They did a great job. And, we look forward to this every year.”
Category Archives: Community Service
4th Annual Good Turn for Goodwill Girl Scout Donation Drive Good Turn for Goodwill Girl Scout Donation Drive is a fun community service project open to all the girls of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Council. This event allows the … Continue reading
It’s hard to imagine that one woman founded Girl Scouts. She just had a passion for girls to grow strong, feel successful, support each other and become accomplished at doing things girls just ordinarily didn‘t do. What insight and ability … Continue reading
Check out this Christmas tree decorated with S.W.A.P.S. by Girl Scouts Each year, the city of Stockton does a parade of Christmas tree’s in their library, and as Stockton does not currently have Girl Scout troops, girls travel to Plainville to participate. This … Continue reading
These Emporia 4th and 5th grade Girl Scouts brainstormed about 12 ideas before settling on helping out a local small nursing home, Flint Hills Care Center, which serves lower income residents. The girls visited the residents and as seen at the … Continue reading
Riley Denning produced a recycling video for her Bronze Award Project.
Girl Scout troop 40057 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Wichita adopted the organization ConKerr Cancer as a fall service project making 28 pillow cases for the A Case for Smiles project. Here’s some information about ConKerr Cancer: ConKerr … Continue reading
The Emmaus House project was a success for Garden City Girl Scouts. The girls collected 2462 provisions for Emmaus House. Leader Ora Swords said, “It was fun to see the girls gather and watch as the finalist brought in their … Continue reading
Local Girl Scouts help the Dodge City United Way at their Tailgating Kickoff. The Dodge City United Way is a supporter of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland.
These Girl Scouts filled 5,000 Easter eggs for Rose Hill Rec Center.