Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character,
who make the world a better place.
Renew or register your new scouts (grades entering K-12 this fall) for Troops and/or other Girl Scout Pathways for all the fun and exciting opportunities we offer to girls.
For more information about becoming a Girl Scout or a volunteer visit the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains web site: More Info
Make the world a better place
by being a Girl Scout
For more information about being a Girl Scout in Merrimack, please contact
Joan Lord at email@example.com
or fill out the interest indicator form at http://girlscoutsgwm.org/join
Registration or Re-registration of volunteers can also be done on-line, as well as Troop management, adult learning and program registration.
The fun will begin for all Troops in Saturday after 8am check-in!
Friday May 15th to Sunday May 17th.
“FRONTIER FUN” Camporee 2015
Troops are invited to share the fun as we explore the experiences of the outdoors and the Western Frontier.
The Camporee Committee is asking each Troop to prepare the following: (1) SWAPS (Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere), (2) Bandana for each Troop member (optional) Your choice and can reuse last years, (3) Collection TBA for Camp's Art Center, (4) Troop Pot Luck Dish to share for Hoedown Dinner, and (5) Song or skit for Campfire from Western, Native American or Pioneer Life!
Please check in the Camporee Section for more Info.
Community Garden Update
Harvesting at the Merrimack Girl Scout community garden has begun! Girl Scout Sarah House (shown above) prepared the large, irrigated, organic garden last year at St. James Church as part of her Gold Award project. The vegetables were donated to three food pantries in town: 223 lbs of tomatoes, 363 lbs of cucumbers, 9 lbs of peppers and 20 lbs of green beans. This year Daisy Troop 10762 and Junior Troop 10375 helped Sarah plant and weed the garden.