GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – 100 girls represent all Girl Scout levels in a day where different troops socialize. A classic saying in Girl Scouts is “make new friends but keep the old.
Activities like tug of war, ty-dying shirts, and making fudge don’t just make friends, but a sisterhood.
“Girls are able to come and mingle with other girls and meet other Girl Scouts and really just see the Girl Scouts is bigger than just a troop,” Girl Scouts of Colorado Regional Manager Ashley Douglas describes, “They’re part of a worldwide organization and it starts right here at home.”
“It makes us feel like a sisterhood really really explains how far out the Girl Scout sisterhood reaches its not just to our troops but all of Girl Scouts,” Girl Scout Cadette McKenzie shares.
While this event was intended for registered Girl Scouts, the regional manager shares that there’s more than enough room for new girls and new friends in this organization’s next season.