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Are you looking for fun, friendship, and fantastic opportunities?  Join Girl Scouts!!!


Click here to request local troop info.  Turn in registration forms, pay the small fee, and as quick as that you'll be part of the largest girl-serving organization in the United States!

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The Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try:
To serve God and my country,
To help people at all times,
And to live by the Girl Scout Law.

Girl Scout Law

I will do my best to be
Honest and Fair,
Friendly and Helpful,
Considerate and Caring,
Courageous and Strong, and
Responsible for what I say and do,
And to
respect myself and others,
respect authority,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.


"Be Prepared."


"Do a Good Turn Daily"



Frequently Asked Questions

What are the age levels for the troops?

Girls can join Girl Scouts at different grade–levels:

  • Girl Scout Daisy, grades K-1
  • Girl Scout Brownie, grades 2-3
  • Girl Scout Junior, grades 4-5
  • Girl Scout Cadette, grades 6-8
  • Girl Scout Senior, grades 9-10
  • Girl Scout Ambassador, grades 11-12

My daughters are in two different grades. Can they join the same troop?

This is determined by individual troop leaders. Some troops enjoy having multiple age groups, and others find that keeping the age levels separate provides the best experience for the girls.

What costs are involved?

Annual membership is $15 per girl or volunteer. Uniforms are required for participation in official GS activities. These can be purchased for under $40 each. Financial aid is also available to cover the cost of registration fees and uniforms on a case by case basis.

Troops also generally charge moderate dues to pay for program supplies, activities, trips, and recognitions. Each troop decides how much and how often troop dues are collected and this money stays with the troop. There are opportunities for money-earning projects to help offset costs that the troop or individual girl may incur.

What do troops do?

Girls participate in troop meetings, attend local GS activities, help the community through Community Service projects, sell Fall Products and GS Cookies, and go to camp.

What is a Bridging Ceremony?

Bridging is a tradition of celebrating the movement of Girl Scouts from one level to the next.

How do I join a troop?

Click here to submit a request online.