Girl Scout Week: March 6th to March 12th
Girl Scout Week begins Sunday, March 6th. During this week, our Holliston troops show our appreciation for members of the community and celebrate being Girl Scouts.
Wear your Uniform to School
This is our second year of a new, annual Holliston Girl Scout tradition — Girl Scouts wearing Girl Scout insignia to school. Celebrate Girl Scout week by wearing your uniform on Friday, March 11th. Older Girls are welcome to wear a Girl Scout t-shirt.
Girl Scouts also have the opportunity to be recognized at our places of worship on Girl Scout Sunday and Girl Scout Shabbath. (Click here to see the flyer for Holliston Girl Scouts Worship Services (PDF)).
All Girl Scouts can join in a Girl Scout tradition and celebrate the Girl Scout Birthday by tying a green ballon on their mailboxes. Balloons should go out at the beginning of Girl Scout Week on Sunday, March 6th.
Balloons can be preordered at Fiske’s. If you provide a list of your girls’ first names to the staff at Fiske’s, girls can visit Fiske’s and pick balloons up at their convenience.
Part of our Holliston Girl Scout tradition is to show our appreciation to people who make a difference to our troops. Troops are encouraged to participate in a way that is most meaningful to them. If possible, please complete your appreciation during Girl Scout week but no later than the end of March.
Girl Scout Week at a Glance:
- 6th-13th: Appreciations (troops give thanks to community members)
- 6th: Girl Scout Sunday. Balloons for Girl Scout Week can be put up on mailboxes
- 11th: Girl Scouts can wear their uniform to school
- 11th: Girl Scout Shabbat
- 12th: Girl Scout Birthday
NOTE: This month is Maple Sugaring at the Natick Organic Farm. If you have not tried this event, take your troop — it is a great experience! Plus, there is a maple sugaring badge for Brownies.
Candle Lighting Ceremony will take place at the end-of-the-year event.