Tag Archives: Daisy
Eight Great Reasons to Become a Daisy!
Girls in grades K-1 are going through big life changes—starting school, showcasing new “I can do it!” skills, and discovering the wide world around them. Here are eight reasons why it’s also the perfect time for her to join Girl Scouts as a Daisy. Girls (and caregivers!) can make new friends in their community as […]
2018 Team Girl Scouts: Erin Maltbie
Meet Boston Marathon Team Girl Scouts runner, Erin Maltbie! I’ve watched the Boston Marathon every year since 2005 when I first moved to Boston from upstate New York. For the past 13 years it’s been a dream of mine to run the oldest and most revered marathon in the country. I’ve completed various half-marathons and […]
Girl Scouts Honor the Fallen on Memorial Day
This past weekend, Girl Scouts from all over eastern Massachusetts honored those who died while serving in United States of America’s armed forces. Here are some stories from around the council: Two Junior Girl Scouts from troop #65295 of Sharon honored fallen veterans by placing American flags and flowers on their graves at Rock Ridge […]
How We Celebrated World Thinking Day 2016
Last week we celebrated World Thinking Day, a Girl Scout holiday that aims to unite girls in scouting on a global level. We heard so many great stories about the ways troops celebrated the holiday; here are a bunch we love. Brownie Troop 68174 and Daisy Troop 86222 from Lowell explored this year’s theme, “Connect,” […]
Happy birthday Juliette!
Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts of the USA, was born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on October 31, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia. “Daisy,” as she was affectionately known by family and friends, was a sensitive and talented youngster. She spent a happy childhood in her large Savannah home, now the Juliette Gordon Low Girl Scout […]