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Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

Claim Your Place in the next 100 Years of History

Your Girl Scout years taught you important life skills. From your first overnight away-from-home experience to articulate saleswoman skills in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, Girl Scouts gave you the courage, confidence and character to succeed.

Fifty million American women have had their lives positively influenced—sometimes transformed—by their Girl Scout experience. We recognize that alumnae are the heartbeat of our organization, the key to its vitality, because they embody a living history of friendships, shared discoveries and all the other rich memories that scouting creates. We would love to include you in our Alumnae Association. Our goal is to identify and engage our alumnae in the mission, tradition, life and future growth of Girl Scouting. Whatever your connection, we would like to hear from you!

uPCOMING EVENTS

Journey to the Birthplace of Girl Scouts
Savannah, Georgia
September 17-22, 2014

Would you like to visit Savannah, the home of Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low? Do you want to see where the Spirit of Girl Scouting first began? Are you interested in partaking of the historical richness that Savannah, Georgia has to offer?

Now's your chance! Let's Journey to the Birthplace, make new friends, bond with old friends, and celebrate our rich history in Girl Scouting! Space is limited! Don’t miss this  fabulous opportunity to explore Savannah with your friends! *A minimum of 34 Alumnae must register for this trip in order for it to take place.

Payment Information 
Deposits due on or before August 1, 2014
Final Payment due September 1, 2014
*Cancellations will be accepted in writing ONLY on or before August 15, 2014

Deposit and final payment will include: hotel, bus, tip for bus driver, the entrance fees to the Birthplace Home tour, the First Headquarters tour, the Andrew Low Home tour, a patch and Laurel Grove Cemetery. 

The trips will not include costs for lunch and dinner each day, food on the bus trip or additional activities with fees.

Online Registration Form

Printable Registration Form

Texlake Camp Out
November 7-9, 2014
Come back to camp for traditional fun and activities which will include Horseback Riding, High Ropes, Low Ropes, Archery, Outdoor Cooking, Singing, Star Gazing, Flag Ceremonies, Great Food and lots of Crafts and Swaps! 

You can sleep in the comfort of cabins OR pitch your own tent! Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided on Saturday, Brunch will be provided on Sunday -- NO dinner will be provided Friday evening, only snacks.

We will also have a nostalgic display of Camp Texlake memorabilia and photos for every camper to reminisce about days gone by! Don't miss this great opportunity to get together with your fellow Girl Scouts for a very memorable weekend. 

Fee: $40/person
Additional fees: $25-Horseback Riding, $15- High Ropes, $5- Make A Plate Activity

For more information, contact PamH@gsctx.org

Girl Scout Roundup 50th Anniversary
September 13-15, 2015
2015 Girl Scout Roundup Reunion at the Schweitzer Mountain Resport in Sandpoint, Idaho. For more information contact Carol Castlebury.

The Girl Scout Alumnae Association is open to

  • Women who were girl members, including Girl Scout Daisies or Girl Scout Brownies, at any time
  • Women and men who were or are volunteers, including board members
    Women and men who were or are staff members
     

Alumnae Interest Form

Once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout. Reconnect with the premier organization for girls that helped you become the successful woman you are today.

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