I’ve always wished I had joined the Girl Scouts…and after visiting the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast, I definitely regret not doing so.
Much more than cookies and badges (all though a big part), Girl Scouts are so much more. Girls are challenged and encouraged at all age levels to reach for and achieve their best.
More than 16,000 girls are apart of the Colonial Coast, which is 1,500 troops and groups. Volunteers serve more grades K-12 in a 27,000 square mile area of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina.
With so many activities and programs all year round-there is truly something for every type of girl at any age! From trips to Europe, learning CPR, canoeing to music.
One unique feature at their corporate location is the “Outback”, a nature preserve behind their main building. Here the girls experience many of their programs and even earn badges. There’s even a lookout and fitness trail.
They say, “It’s your world, change it.” These Girl Scouts definitely have every opportunity to make a difference in many different ways.
To learn more about the programs and other wonderful activities they have click here.