I love hearing about all the awesome things that Girl Scouts are doing this spring! One story I want to share is about a troop wanting to save energy beyond recycling.
Troop 977 from St. Joseph, Missouri makes a difference in their community
For their Bronze Award Project, the girls created a "Waste Free Lunch Day" to educate students and school administrators. Check out our Facebook page to read more about how these and other Girl Scouts are making a difference in our community.
Donors like you make it possible to provide programs (like STEM) that inspire girls to take action and make the world a better place.
And now with 121 Founding Members of Daisy's Circle contributing over $3,000 a month for girls, you are making a bigger impact than ever. Thank you!
You provide Outdoor Adventures for girls
To "leave a site better than you found it" has been a long standing Girl Scout motto. Twenty volunteers and Girl Scouts did just that during the Dusting Off Daisy event on April 26. Their hard work helped
Daisy Girl Scouts Katherine and Meghan tidied up the Chandler Troop House
prepare Camp Daisy Hindman to be the hub for 1,200 girls, mothers and families this summer.
Donors like you help provide opportunities for Girl Scouts to learn critical thinking, experience community, and embrace the natural environment at Girl Scout Camp- learn more here.
You make bridging possible for
Girl Scouts in the Outreach Program
Spring is a time of celebration and excitement for girls across our Council. This month, girls in the Outreach Program have been celebrating the success of reaching their Cookie Program goals.
Another important celebration happening for troops not only in the
Girl Scouts at Douglass Elementary in Kansas City, Kansas bridge to the next GS grade level
Outreach Program but all over our 47 county council is the tradition of "bridging." When a Girl Scout "bridges" from one level to the next, she becomes aware of her achievements and is ready for new adventures and responsibilities.
Donors like you make it possible for girls to grow and progress through Girl Scouts. You make it possible for girls to "bridge" to her next level and take one more step to becoming a girl of courage, confidence and character who makes the world a better place.
Visit our Facebook page to see photos of bridging ceremonies.
Trefoil Society Luncheon
Members of the Trefoil Society-- individuals who have included a gift to Girl Scouts in their will or estate plans-are invited to a special luncheon on June 11 at the Indian Hills Country Club. To RSVP, or for more information about how you can join the Trefoil Society, contact Mary Pat Beals, (816) 759-3045, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in Girl Scouting,