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Why do girls become Independent Girl Scouts?

  • They may live in towns or neighborhoods where there are no troops or groups. 

  • They may have been troop members at one time, but their troop no longer meets.
    Perhaps their previous troop leader moved away or chose not to volunteer for another year.

  • They--or their parents--may have other activities that make it difficult to attend troop meetings.

There are still many fun things to do as an Independent Girl Scout, such as:

  • Attend Events—Independent Girl Scouts can attend any Girl Scout activity for their grade level.
    Many fun events are available to choose from - check out our programs!

  • Go to Girl Scout Camp—Independent Girl Scouts can explore the world around them through a summer adventure.

  • Sell Cookies and More—Independent Girl Scouts can participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program and Fall Product Program.

  • Wear the Girl Scout Uniform (Bay Shop | Patch placement guide)
    Independent Girl Scouts can choose to wear the Girl Scout uniform appropriate for their grade level.
    Instead of troop numbers, Independent Girl Scouts can wear a special purple Juliette Girl Scout patch on their sash or vest.

  • Earn Awards—Independent Girl Scouts can earn the appropriate official Girl Scout recognitions for their grade level and display them on the front of their sash or vest. Independent Girl Scouts can earn other unofficial recognitions, such as council patches, which are to be worn on the back of the sash or vest.

  • Stay Connected—Volunteers called Independent Girl Scout Consultants help keep local Independent Girl Scouts and their families informed, involved and connected to the fun of Girl Scouting. Consultants will invite to events sponsored by the
    local service unit and sometimes accompany a group of Independent Girl Scouts to a council-sponsored event.

  • Get the News—Independent Girl Scouts receive all council publications such as the Council Program Guide and the
    Summer Camp Brochure.

To take the first step in registering your daughter please call either the Newark Resource Center at 302-456-7150 or 800-341-4007,
or the Peninsula Resource Center at 410-742-5107.

 
 
 

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