Name: Kate Grenci Camp Position: Assistant Director, Camp Lou Henry Hoover Tell us a little about yourself:  I was born and raised in New Jersey and grew up in Washington Rock Girl Scout Council. I consider myself a lifelong Scout and camp is most definitely in my blood. I started working at Hoover as soon […]

On April 1st, girls from GSHNJ joined their sister Girl Scouts from the three other New Jersey councils for an all-day program presented by the Center for American Women and Politics.

Every year, Junior Troop #40136 and Cadette Troop #40538 run an event in town called the Mitten Tree, where the scouts bring ornaments they make and hang on trees.

GSHNJ is partnering with Hofstra University to support the creation of this year’s City of Dreams Pavilion on Governors Island. This summer’s pavilion is being designed and created by innovators at New Jersey’s Grounds for Sculpture, and is to be made from aluminum — 300,000 aluminum beverage cans, to be exact.

We want to hear about all the good your girls do! We know our Girl Scouts make the world a better place and we would love to share your stories with everyone else. GSHNJ’s 30 Days of Good Deeds starts on March 12. Ready to share your story? Click on to read more!

On the 31st Anniversary of the Challenger space shuttle launch, twenty Girl Scouts Cadettes from Berkeley Heights went on an overnight field trip to the Buehler Challenger & Science Center in Paramus!

  March is a great time to celebrate our organization and all of the great things that Girl Scouts do to make the world a better place each and every day. Girl Scouts’ Birthday, on March 12th, commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization’s first 18 girl members in […]