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55 More Impact Stories about Girl Scouts Changing the World!


1.      Troop 576 in BHM partnered with the AL Women League of Voters to sign up people to vote at Cookie booths.

2.     Finley from Madison earned her Gold Award for her project, Smartphone App – Walk Historic Madison.

3.     Troop 126 from Bessemer hand sewed a quilt during Black History Month and donated to a local library.

4.     Girls in the Black Belt brought their families out to learn more about Girl Scouting and learned new skills.

5.     Gold Award Girl Scout Katelyn, from Vestavia partnered with Art Play to boost confidence in young writers.

6.     Marina, a Brownie from Oxford, created a project called Warming Hearts to help homeless in her city.

7.     Seventy-two girls earned their “My Promise, My Faith” awards during a virtual program in January.

8.     Older girls in SU 262 in Vestavia hosted a derby car Grand Prix to reach their travel goals and teach STEM.

9.     Toby from Mountain Brook earned her Gold Award by focusing on spreading awareness about misophonia.

10.   Abby from Troop 21219 in Madison met her Cookie goals and is in line to raise enough to go to Europe in 2024.

11.    Amanda from Huntsville was selected to serve on the Girl Advisory Board to Girl Scouts of the USA.

12.   Claire and Lily from Madison completed a Gaga ball pit at Camp Trico for their Silver Award Project.

13.   Troop 22106 from Huntsville visited their local fire station and learned about first aid and safety.

14.   Shelby from Huntsville earned her Gold Award for her project, Sewing for Good.

15.   Troop 292525 from Tuscaloosa visited the UA police department to learn about respecting authority.

16.   Over 250 older Girl Scouts came together to Reach for the Stars and explore career options.

17.   Troop 10451 from Madison bridged from Juniors to Cadettes and are already planning their Silver projects.

18.   Maleah from Vestavia earned her Gold Award for her project, Girls Code Camp – Digital Textiles.

19.   Troop 30850 from Blount County celebrated World Thinking Day by learning about France and Girl Guiding.

20.  Girl Scouts in Decatur had a special Girl Guide volunteer from the UK that was visiting for work.

21.   High School Girl Scouts from Vestavia Troop 30172 hosted a Grand Prix derby car event for their Service Unit.

22.  GSNCA was selected as the Agency of the Year by the United Way of West Alabama.

23.  Girls from Remlap volunteered their time at the Blount County Animal Shelter and took food and toys.

24.  Jane from Vestavia earned her Gold Award by tackling childhood literacy and creating learning resources.

25.  Fifty-five girls baked muffins and cookies for Guntersville first responders during Fall Core Camp at Trico.

26.  Daisy Troop 21305 each received a baby chick and have been watching them grow and caring for them.

27.  Troop 18002 from Madison volunteered at a Book Tasting event at the Boys & Girls Club of North AL.

28.  Troop 30761 from Alabaster collected donations for the Shelby Co Humane Society for their Bronze project.

29.  Gold Award Girl Scout Mary from Madison worked to highlight local Medal of Honor recipients.

30.  Daughters of the American Revolution taught girls from Oak Mountain how to conduct flag ceremonies.

31.   Over 100 enjoyed beautiful Camp Cottaquilla in Anniston for this year’s Creepy Camp.

32.  Sarah, a Cadette from Anniston, helped the Berman Museum lead Girl Scout Day for Daisies and Brownies.

33.  Girls attending Creepy Camp at Camp Cottaquilla in Anniston donated over 500 meal bags for the homeless.

34.  Katelyn from Madison earned her Gold Award for creating an outdoor sensory garden for Endeavor School.

35.  Munford Girl Scout troop 20170 hosted troops for their AHA CPR Recertification class.

36.  Senior Girl Scouts from Decatur hosted a Bring a Friend day event at the Decatur Girl Scout hut.

37.  Gold Award Girl Scout Kailan from Madison combated the issue of bullying with her project, You are Beautiful.

38.  Madison from Oxford earned her Gold Award for her project, Safe Haven Baby Box.

39.  Katelyn and Veronica from Decatur hosted a Bring a Friend event at the Girl Scout hut for new Girl Scouts.

40.  Tamya and Taleedra from Marion finished their 13th year as a Girl Scout by bridging to adult.

41.   Gold Award Girl Scout LaShay from Cullman created a program to help teens take time off of their screens.

42.  Girl Scouts from Tuscaloosa enjoyed Aviation Day in Reform with the Experimental Aircraft Chapter 557.

43.  Gold Award Julia from Madison tackled the issue of waste reduction through her project, Unmake Your Mark.

44.  Girls from Pelham donated items for Operation Christmas Child and packaged shoe boxes filled with gifts.

45.  Troop 564 from Pelham did a Pink Out night for breast cancer awareness in memory of Juliette Gordon Low.

46.  Rebekah from Shelby County earned her Gold Award for her project, Girl Scout First Respond.

47.  Troops 964, 688, 172 and 1710 from Vestavia hosted a Sweetheart Dance for younger girls and their guys.

48.  Troop 30827 from Mountain Brook enjoyed a whitewater rafting trip that included high adventure.

49.  Natalie from Alabaster earned her Gold Award for her project, Reading Opportunities for Children of Addicts.

50.  Troop 20136 from Oxford welcomed two new Girl Scouts Alona and Athena to their troop.

51.   Gold Award Girl Scout Gracie from Scottsboro created a food pantry for low income residents.

52.  Girl Scout Baye from Pelham joined the Bulls Hockey Development Program.

53.  Girls from Troop 20136 from Oxford visited Fort Benning and completed the Bolton Obstacle Course.

54.  Troop 30840 from Shelby County used cookie earnings to visit Chattanooga.

55.  Aubrey from Athens earned her Gold Award for her project, Giving the Gift of Dance.



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