Troop Pathway - Want to participate in exciting activities, throughout the school year, with a small group of girls? You'll share so much as the girls in your troop earn awards and badges, go on field trips, and learn from community leaders and experts on issues important to your community.
Troops are formed by volunteers . . .you! A Girl Scout troop consists of at least two non-related adult volunteer troop leaders and at least five girls of the same age and grade level. Troops meet together regularly (you choose how often), usually for the duration of the school year. Troops provide an opportunity for girls to discover, connect, and take action through a variety of activities including events, troop trips, cookies, science, badge work, service, etc.
- Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, and Cadettes meet monthly from November through March at a local community center.
- Seven girls that are homeschooled meet weekly as a Girl Scout Cadette troop.
- Girl Scout Senior and Ambassador troop meets monthly to participate in their Girl Scout Journey Book, plan community service activities, and complete their prerequisites for their Gold Award.
- Girls meet together every other week at the Boys and Girls Club to participate in Girl Scout activities.