Friday, March 8, 2019

Girl Scout Week 2019

Girl Scout Week is March 10-16, 2019

Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March. It starts with Girl Scout Sunday and ends with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday. It always includes the Girl Scout Birthday, March 12th, the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.

This year, Girl Scout Week is extra special for Girl Scouts of Nassau County because we are celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting in Nassau County!!

Don’t let the week pass without earning your Girl Scout Week patch and learning so much more along the way!

Let's Celebrate! All Day! All Week!

Try some of the activities on the Girl Scout Week Calendar
Commemorate this special week by taking the challenge! Complete at least one activity from each day of the Girl Scout Week calendar. 
View GSNC's Girl Scout Week Calendar and Game.

Learn how Girl Scouts connects with you Faith

The 107th Birthday of Girl Scouting (March 12th) begins with Girl Scout Sunday on Sunday, March 10th and ends with Girl Scout Sabbath/Shabbat on Saturday, March 16th. What better time to review the ways we can link Girl Scouts with their Faiths. Learn how Girl Scouts can connect with their Faiths.

Visit one of the Girl Scout history collections being displayed throughout local communities during the month of March.
This year, Girl Scouts of Nassau County is celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting in Nassau County. To commemorate its centennial anniversary, the council will be hosting a historical exhibit 100 Years: Empowering Girls Through the Decades. The exhibition, which will highlight a collection of vintage Girl Scout uniforms, patches, artifacts, photos, and more, will be available at four locations throughout the county in partnership with the Town of Oyster Bay, Town of Hempstead, Town of North Hempstead, and Nassau County. #gsnc100  Learn more about visiting a Girl Scout history display.

Work on GSNC’s Centennial Celebration Patch Program

The Centennial Patch program will enable Girl Scouts to explore how the Past, the Future, their Self and their Community have positively impacted their Girl Scout experiences in Nassau County.

Requirements for earning the patch: There will be 4 rockers, each named for the 4 areas: The Past; The Future; Self and Community. Complete at least 1 Rocker to earn the main patch. #gsnc100 

Get started on GSNC's Centennial Patch Program!
Centennial Patch Program "Tell Your Story" form.
Centennial Patch Program "Service Hours" form.

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