Girl Scouts empowers girls. As Girl Scouts, girls make new friends, explore new places, learn leadership and social skills, help communities, and make a difference in the world! Girl Scouts is a “girl-led” program in which girls work together as a troop to make decisions. Girl Scout’s range from K-12 grades.
Girl Scout members in Holliston coordinate and participate in several events including the annual Welcome Back Dance, Celebrate Holliston Parades, Pick Your Partner Square Dance, Flag Ceremonies, the Memorial Day Parade, the End-of-Year Picnic, and town-wide encampments every other year. Girl Scouts are active community service volunteers helping many local organizations and businesses including the Food Pantry, Senior Center, local churches, schools, fire department, and a variety of other establishments in our town. Girl Scouts are proud to call Holliston home and strive to make our community the best it can be!
Girls can earn a variety of badges from STEM, camping, business, sea life, and horseback riding.
Founded by Juliette Gordon Low in Savannah, Georgia on March 12, 1912, Girl Scouts serves more than 2.3 million girl members from kindergarten through 12th grade. Our age-appropriate groups are led by committed and knowledgeable volunteers who are trained to help girls reach their full potential and promote self esteem.
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New High Adventure Badges introduced!
To help girls get outside and stay active, new High Adventure badges were introduced in 2019! Girls Scouts teamed with The North Face to develop badges for every age interest. To learn more about the badges and the collaboration, check out this article.