Legacy Badge: Girl Scout Way
Girl Scouts of the USA is turning 100 this month. Celebrate this special moment in time by earning your Girl Scout Way badge. As a Girl Scout Cadette, you're carving out your unique place in the world, using your intuition and special talents to blaze a trail that's all your own. The Girl Scout Way is another compass that can help guide you: our proud traditions offer a strong foundation to build your dreams as part of a worldwide sisterhood. So dive right in and get started singing, celebrating, and bringing people together as you join hands with thousands of other Cadettes to blaze Girl Scout trail into our new century.
The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting can help you explore Cadette Girl Scout Ways by following these 5 steps:
- Lead a group in song
- Celebrate Girl Scout Week
- Share sisterhood through the Girl Scout Law
- Leave a camp better than you found it
- Enjoy Girl Scout traditions
When you have earned this badge, you'll know how to use the Girl Scout ways and traditions to make the world a better place. Get started on your Girl Scout Way badge today - refer to your Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for complete instructions and activities.
Roll up your sleeves with fellow Girl Scouts! This inspiring event will be hosted in partnership with The National Association of Women in Construction, Las Vegas Chapter. Learn about the tools of the trade from professionals in the field through various hands on stations. Plus! You get to keep what you create.
Cadette Learning Opportunities
Congratulations Troop 138!
The Girls Speak Out! contest gives you a chance to make your own Public Service Announcement (PSA) about what's important to you. If you're the top vote getter, your idea will be made into Girl Scouts' next PSA, professionally produced and all!
The first theme (The next 100 years...) ended in December 2011. The winner was actually a troop from right here in Southern Nevada! View their winning submission here.
The new theme is "we only have one planet". Make a PSA that asks others to go "green." Let people know what changes they can make - big or small - that add up to keep us all safe and healthy. Entries are due April 30, 2012. Voting will close May 15, 2012.
Click here for a chance to put your big ideas in front of a big audience. Good Luck and Have Fun!
|Cadettes in Action|Troop 378
Troop 378 learned to crochet hats for newborns in order to donate them to Angels in the Valley, a local nonprofit that supplies all Clark County hospitals with clothing, hats and blankets.
More learning opportunities available at girlscoutsnv.org.