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
Category Archives: Success Stories
More than twenty-five years ago, a group of young Girl Scouts were joined together as Seniors in Troop 502 in Wichita. Although these girls went to different high schools, were in different grades and were overbooked with academics, school activities, … 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
Look for new robo troops starting up across the council, including the new robotics program at the Mid-America Air Museum in Liberal! (Pictured above) The Mid-America Air Museum is one of the premier aviation museums in the United States. Whether … 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
Girl Scouts participate in the “Playing in the Past” program at the Museum of World Treasures. Do you have pictures or a story to share? Upload them here.
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
Governor and Mrs. Brownback held a statewide reading program this summer called Read Kansas Read. The program occurred June 1, 2012 through July 31, 2012. The top two students from each of the 10 state educational library districts were invited to the … Continue reading