Oh my goodness! This trip went by so fast! It was a huge 3-day whirlwind of fun! As I explained in my last post, my Girl Scout troop and I went on a trip to North Carolina and Tennessee to see the Smoky Mountains. The first two days, we stayed at an outdoor outfitter, Nantahala…… Continue reading Experiencing the Smoky Mountains at the NOC- Hiking, Paddleboarding & White Water Rafting
In 2 short days I am leaving for my annual trip with my Girl Scout Troop. We have gone to Washington D.C, Mammoth Cave and this year we are going to Tennessee to the Smokies! The trip is from Sunday – Wednesday which is just the amount of time we need to get everything done!…… Continue reading Smokies Here I Come!
Hi, I just published a story about an amazing WWII veteran named Floyd Schultz on my Girl Scout Blog. There is other stories of other vets as well published by other girls in my troop. Check out their stories at, www.HonoringOurVets.wordpress.com!!
It is once again Girl Scout Cookie time so, I thought I would share 10 fun facts about Girl Scouts! Enjoy -Kate 1.Founder Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout Troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia. 2.Today, there are 2.8 million Girl Scouts—2 million girl members and 800,000 adult members working primarily as volunteers. 3.Girls at…… Continue reading Girl Scout Facts
My Girl Scout Troop is trying to earn our Silver Award. It is the highest award a Cadette Girl Scout can earn. You have to put 50 hours into it and you work on a big community service project. The subject we chose is Indy Honor Flight. Indy Honor Flight is an organization where they…… Continue reading Indy Honor Flight
My Girl Scout troop is trying to achieve the highest award that G S Juniors can earn. It’s called the bronze award. We are supposed to do a service project that more people should know about. We chose Indy Honor Flight it is an organization where they send WWII veterans to the memorial in Washington D.C.…… Continue reading Honor Flight