Category girl scouts

GSHNJ Troop 10392 Spreads Love on Valentine’s Day

On Friday, February 15, Alaris Health at Castle Hill located in Union City ended their Week of Love with a visit by GSHNJ Girl Scout Troop 10392.  Savannah, Rosemarie, Tracy, Icelsa, and Emily made 200 Valentine cards (both in English and Spanish!) and baked over 200 cookies to distribute to their residents.

GSHNJ Girl Scouts Earn Silver Award

Mika S. started as a Girl Scout Daisy in 2010, and sister Girl Scout Megan F. began her Girl Scout story as a Brownie in 2011. They earned their Bronze Award in 2015 and most recently earned their Silver Award in 2018. The girls led a community project in association with Friends of Clark’s Pond […]

Girl Scout Silver Award: Jordan Constructs Buddy Benches

My name is Jordan and I am currently a Senior Girl Scout in Troop #40537. As a Cadette Girl Scout within the last year, I worked on my Silver Award project for our community called “Buddy Benches” to build and donate to the Clark Preschool and Recreation Center for the kids to use throughout the year. […]

Girl Scout Silver Award: Ashley’s Musical Therapy Cart

Ashley, a Girl Scout Senior from Troop 40537, presented her Musical Therapy Cart to the Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside in September 2018. The project earned Ashley the Girl Scout Silver Award, which is the second highest award recognition that can be acquired by a Girl Scout. 

Bridging in a Big Way: From Juniors to Cadettes Across the Brooklyn Bridge

A bridging ceremony takes place when girls move up to the next level of Girl Scouting, and Troop 20277 wanted to celebrate the occasion in a special way

Girl Scout Cadette, Julia, Shares Her Girl Scout Destinations Experience

My name is Julia. I have been a Girl Scout for 6 years. I’m a first year Cadette, and this was my first year participating in the Girl Scout Destinations Program. Read all about my experience here.


As part of our Make Your Mark Spring Renewal campaign, we announced our Make Your Mark Good Deed Challenge! In the spirit of the Ice Bucket Challenge, we are asking Girl Scouts either individually or with their troop, to: