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Welcome Service Unit 34 Leaders

This site will be used for Service Unit 34 for the purpose of sharing upcoming Events, Meetings, Happenings & Sending Reminders for Deadlines & Meetings.  If you click on the Event Calendar you can view each month's upcoming meetings & happenings as well as RSVP to events. Just click on any date you wish to view and there will be information about that event listed.  If there are any misspelled words or email corrections you would like to change please feel free to do so. We hope this is informative to each & everyone one of you. 

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Dear Parents or Guardians,
This section is to inform you about Girl Scouts, what to expect with it and answer any questions you may have.

Girl Scouting was founded on March 12, 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low. She believed that any girl who persevered could enter a profession such as medicine, aviation and science and rise to a level of distinction and accomplishment. Juliette formed girl Scouts to help girls reach their goals. Membership has grown from 18 members in Savannah to 3.7 million girl and adult members world-wide.

Girl Scouting in the USA is part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) which is a worldwide family of 10 million girls and adults in 145 countries.

GSUSA Mission statement: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

The Girl Scout Program

The long term outcome for the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is that girls lead with courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place. To reach this long term outcome, the 3 keys are 1. Discover, as sense of self and their values 2. Connect with others 3. Take Action to make the world a better place.

All levels of Girl Scout programs are adapted to meet the developmental, educational, emotional and social needs and interests of girls. Girls have the option to participate in Girl Scout programs in Groups, Troops, or as individual members called Juliettes.
Groups are comprised of girls with common interests who meet on a long-or short term basis to pursue special activities. Groups may combine girls from more than one program age level.

Troops are the foundation of Girl Scouting. A Troop usually consists of girls from the same program age level who meet on an ongoing basis, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. Girls in a Troop may be from one or more grade levels.

The Girl Scout Promise and The Girl Scout Law


                The Girl Scout Promise                                        The Girl Scout Law

                    On My Honor,                                           I will do my best to be
                  I will try:                                                            honest and fair,
                     To serve God & my Country                           friendly and helpful,
                     To help people at all times                             considerate and caring,
                     And to live by the                                           courageous and strong, and
                     Girl Scout Law.                                              responsible for what I say and do,
                                                                                     and to
                        Girl Scout Motto                                        respect myself and others,
                         "Be Prepared"                                            respect authority,
                                                                                          use resources wisely,
                       Girl Scout Slogan                                        make the world a better place, and
                     "Do a good turn daily"                                    be a sister to every Girl Scout.

Girl Guide to Girl Scouting Books


Check out more information on these under our COUNCIL NEWS SECTION!

Check out What Daisies Can Do, What Brownies Can Do, What Juniors Can Do, What Cadette's Can Do, What Seniors Can Do, and What Ambassadors Can Do in our FAMILY GUIDE SECTION.
(thank you to Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana Council for this information)