Watermark Books & Café and Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland invite you to hear from one of the world’s foremost authors published by the world’s premier publisher, Penguin Books. Join us in welcoming to Wichita, Stacy A. Cordery, author of … Continue reading
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Riley Denning produced a recycling video for her Bronze Award Project.
Babysitter – Cadette – Practical Life Skills – “The magic age for babysitting is 12. That’s when most girls say they began sitting- and it’s the youngest age at which most parents say they’ll allow someone to babysit for their … Continue reading
Destinations 101 – Girl Scout destinations, travel experiences that range from two days to three weeks for Cadettes and older, can whisk you to the far corners of the world where you will meet remarkable girls, develop leadership skills, gain … Continue reading
Friendly and Helpful – Daisy – Sunny – “When I’ve earned my Sunny Petal, I will know how to be friendly and helpful, just like Sunny the Sunflower.” Have you helped your Girl Scout earn this badge? Join the conversation … 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.
Day 1: Syracuse Troop 60036 left early on Saturday morning, March 31, 2012, to join Garden City Troop 60102 at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Museum. After a quick meet and greet, the Cadettes were introduced to Jeff and Makayla, … Continue reading
These Girl Scouts are in the Get Moving Journey and shared photos of them making their own recycled! Do you have pictures or a story to share, go here to upload them.
These Derby Daisies worked with their local Police Department to obtain the Safety Award. The Safety Award has different requirements for all of the age levels. Here are the Daisy requirements. Learn how to stay safe on your Daisy adventures! … Continue reading
Halloween was a special day for Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts of the USA, because she was born October 31, 1860 in Savannah, Georgia. A wonderfully eccentric woman with vision, she believed in service to community, self-reliance for … Continue reading