New Britain Girl Scouts Make a Difference
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New Britain Girl Scouts Make a Difference


NBGS Informational Night and Ice Cream Social
was a huge success. Thanks to everyone who helped.

Service Project
Bring Canned Food Donations
October 17, 1999 from 2 to 5 pm
Walnut Hill Park
New Britain

Girl Scout Levels
  • Daisy Girl Scouts - for girls in kindergarten
  • Brownie Girl Scouts - for girls in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades
  • Junior Girl Scouts - for girls in 4th, 5th and 6th grades
  • Cadette Girl Scouts - for girls in 7th, 8th and 9th grades
  • Senior Girl Scouts - for girls in 10th, 11th and 12th grades
  • Adult Girl Scouts - for people age eighteen and over

New! Take a look at all the links at the Just for Girls website.

Find out about uniforms, badges, pins, where they go and what they mean, here and here. There is a whole page of Brownie Try-its and Junior badges here.

Learn about Girl Scout traditions.

You and your troop can earn badges online
Brownie Try-its , Junior badges, more Junior badges , and here are some links to help with Junior badgework.

Click here for info about Interest Projects for Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts , Silver Awards and Gold Awards.

Girl Scout Leader Resources includes resource links for Thinking Day, Girl Scout Try-Its, Badges, & Interest Project Patches, games for Scouts and Ceremonies.

More Thinking Day links.

The following people can provide information:

Field Executive Pat Gray 793-1318

New Britain Service Unit Co-managers:
Juanita Santana-Ruiz [225-8789]
and Irene Moorcroft Rowley

Mail web ideas and updates to Use the subject line header "New Britain Girl Scouts". If the page isn't updated within one week, please resend your information.

Each troop should have an adult representative attend the New Britain Service Unit Meetings which (in 1999) are on the second Monday of each month at Jefferson Elementary School on Horse Plain Road from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Sign up now to help plan all the exciting upcoming events such as the Father/Daughter Dance in Feburary and the Parent/Daughter BINGO, or bring your ideas for something brand new.
The New Britain Girl Scout Service Team and Finance Committee meet the first Wednesday of each month at the North Central Girl Scout Service Center at 313 East Street in Plainville.

New Britain Girl Scouts are part of a larger organization:
Girl Scouts - Connecticut Trails Council
phone number 1 203 757-1340/ 1 203 239-2922 / 1 800 922-2770
"Provides comprehensive, informal educational programs for girls age 5-17, stressing development of a positive self image, leadership skills, and service to community. "
And we are also part of an even larger organization:
Girl Scouts of the U. S. A. which, in turn, is part of a global organization, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

Thanks to Angelfire
for hosting our www page.


Support your local Girl Scouts

buy Girl Scout cookies

New Britain Girl Scouts will be selling cookies in January 2002.

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