The Louisville Girl Scout Troop is doing some amazing things!! We are teaching young girls to be future leaders in the their communities and globally. We are leading through principle instead of pride, who are willing to step across barriers of class and race, who seek out the work that needs doing in the worls, and bring boundless energy to every challenge. In Girl Scouting, girls discover their values and who they are, connect with and inspire others, and take action on shared ideas to make the world a better place. One girl makes a difference; girls together can change the world.
This past year we had so much fun while working in our communites and taking some time to party for us as well!Here are some of the things we did:
Rockin Halloween Party- complete with a dance, Haunted House, Crafts, Carnival Games, Food and Friends. We had 80 girls comes to this party from all over eastern Nebraska, from Tecumseh to Omaha. This was an epic party!
We also had fun making Christmas ornaments that we handed out to the residents at the Louisville Care Community. Our Holiday party consisted of making wreaths for the local businesses in Louisville, we had Minute to Win it games, and yummy snacks complete with a hot chocolate bar!
For Valentines Day the Daisies made Valentine's that we handed out to the residents of the Care Center.
For Girl Scout week, we did Random Acts of Kindness to all the businesses in Louisville.
We won the Bling Your Booth Challenge, which meant that the girls all got a Blinged Out Party complete with Jones Bros glitter cupcakes and mess kits that we added a ton of bling to.
We had a Pizza Party once all the girls recited their Promise and their Law to the Group.
We made easter baskets for all the seniors at the senior center.
The Junior group did a Journey in a Day which they needed to complete for their Bronze Award.
We made Mother's Day gifts for our wonderful mothers that help out so much throughout the year.
We had our Bridging ceremony at the Fire House. Everyone contributed to the food, we made swaps and played games.
For camp this year, we went to Sycamore Springs resort in Sabetha Kansas. We roller skated and played miniture golf, made a ton of crafts, cooked over and open fire, worked on camping badges.
The Louisville Troop is bigger and better than ever and we would love to welcome you to take the time out to tour our facility and see what Girl Scouting has to offer you and your daughter.
If your daughter would like to sign up for girl scouts for the 2015-16 school year, you may sign up online or you may contact Kathy Lipsys at 402-917-6651 (call or text) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Summer Jennings at email@example.com