Programs promote skill-building, responsibility, and the development of strong leadership and decision-making skills. All program activities are grade-appropriate and based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, as well as on the Girl Scout Promise, Mission and Law.
Check here for updates and opportunties that are now available and not listed in Faces & Places.
Girls and Adults registering for Council-sponsored programs must be currently registered Girl Scout members, unless the program is specifically indicated as a friends and family event that is open to non-members.
Adults who are attending the program with the responsibility of chaperoning girls must be a currently registered Girl Scout member AND must be an approved Girl Scout volunteer (current background check completed and approved).
If you would like more information or to register for a fun-filled night, download the flyer here!
Download the flyer for a special promotion code and more information.
Take care of those teeth! Join Girl Scouts nationwide in participating in the "My Smile Matters" patch program.
You can receive your patch by discovering, connecting, and taking action in the field of children's oral health. America's Toothfairy will send your troop leader the resources she needs, including patches, free of charge. To learn more, visit http://www.ncohf.org/our-programs/youth-mentoring-program/scouts
Join the fun at the Ohio State Fair this summer! Enter projects, join competitions, visit on special Girl Scout days, and more. Get more details by clicking on the information here:
Ohio State Fair Flyer
Ohio State Fair Girl Scout Book and Entry Form
Ohio State Fair Scholarship Application
Enter a project in a large variety of categories. Each First Place is awarded $3. First Place winners compete for trophies, grand awards, and $25 cash prizes.
Match your skills against the clock in this game based on Minute To Win It!
Design a work of art using our very own cookie boxes.
Become a star! Instrumental, Twirling, Vocal and Miscellaneous categories.
Share your story with the topic "What I want to do as a Girl Scout". Speeches should be 5-7 minutes long.
Honor your country and participate in the Flag Ceremony competition.
Cook and bake your own special creation using Girl Scout Cookies!
Join in the fun for these exciting games!
Decorate a cupcake on the spot for this competition!
Earn troop funds by selling cookies inthe Girl Scout exhibit area.
Volunteer to work as an activity assistant. Girl and adult helpers are needed for several of the activities listed above.
Show your Girl Scout spirit by carrying the banner and flag in the daily parade.
Or.... just visit the Girl Scout exhibit area during the fair and participate in the daily events!