Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March to commemorate the Girl Scout birthday, March 12. This year, Girl Scout Week starts with Girl Scout Sunday on March 9 and ends with Girl Scout Sabbath on March 15. Since 1912, Girl Scouting has helped some 59 million women grow up courageous and strong. Continually evolving, while remaining true to core goals, Girl Scouting cultivates values and social conscience in girls—teaching them real-life skills to succeed.
Be creative and think of some fun ways to celebrate with your troops.
Questions? Read more about Girl Scout week, Girl Scout Sunday, Girl Scout Sabbath and Worship Bulletins.