Girl Scout Volunteers work hard to create a fun and empowering environment for our girls. Did you know that Troop Leaders are volunteers who give their time to help build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place? Our volunteers are amazing and we want to make sure they are shown the proper love and appreciation they deserve. Girl Scouts are encouraged to share a note of thanks with their Troop Leaders this month. Click here to download a worksheet they can use. We would also love to feature their worksheets on our social media – send them to us through our Mission Moments Link!
GSHPA Mission Moments
Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania
Honoring A Legacy
Troop 14000 has been honoring the legacy left behind by Denise Andren, a former Girl Scout Leader, for the past seven years at the annual memorial blood drive. This year, the troop met Denise’s daughter and husband, whom both donated in Denise’s memory. Each year, the blood drive brings together Girl Scouts of all ages to work together for an important cause.
Spreading Joy the Girl Scout Way
Troop 32926 went to their local nursing home and built snowmen (Snow Scouts) in front of the windows so that it would give the residents of the nursing home something happy to look at when they were looking out the window. Many of the residents enjoyed watching out the window while the Girl Scouts were building their snowmen. The girls took pictures and participated in the #thinkbig challenge. For every hashtag that was used, there was a donation made to Geisinger's Children’s Hospital. You go, girls!