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Troop News

We encourage troops to send their photos and videos to share all the amazing activities going on with our members.  We would love to highlight your program participation, community service and other activities on social media, in council news and other publications. 

All submissions should be sent to the brand department. Please remember all girls involved in submissions must have parental consent.  While some pictures speak for themselves, feel free to share additional information about the activity or project, troop number and location. 


Girl Scouts are makers, do-ers, and entrepreneurs. They learn from experiences and chart their own course. Troops volunteer to run the Make a S'mores booth at Winterlights. Many of their customers have never tasted the toasty tasty treat, and the Girl Scouts are there to guide them through the fun. Troops raise money to pay for camp fees, troop travel, and more. All while serving as great role models for the community.


Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 57078 visited the Wabash College radio station, WNDY 91.3. They learned about radio broadcasting from Brent Harris and made public service announcements to encourage people to adopt pets from the local animal shelter. Listen for their PSAs during Wabash College football and basketball games!

Girls in NYC

Troop 1805 out of Ft. Ben service unit ventured to the Big Apple to Girl Scout headquarters They even made new Girl Scout friends, like trrop leader Liz from UK in this photo..They were able to visit the World Trade Center, attend a fall out boy concert on Good morning America, Central Park, Paterson great falls, Bryant Park (where ghostbusters was filmed), and go on a boat tour of the Statue of Liberty. They enjoyed the city but are ready to head home!


On behalf of Troop 1898 we would like to extend our appreciation to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and the GSCI Grant Committee in supporting our recent backpacking trip!

This month Girl Scout Troop 1898 took an adventurous 10 day backpacking trip out west. We flew out on July 6 then traveled over 2000 miles, visited five (5) National Parks; Grand Canyon-quick stop at Hoover Dam-Death Valley-Yosemite-Kings Canyon-Sequoia, and hiked over thirty (30) miles!

At each location we were approached by many young girls eager to tell us they were a Girl Scout. These moments turned into a photo request and conversations about our trip. Our Troop realized that yes, this was a trip that would bring lasting memories but we were also inspiring young Girl Scouts we came into contact with-this was truly an amazing realization.

This trip strengthened our bond and provided many learning opportunities. Yes, we took the road less traveled; we are a lot stronger than we realized and saw amazing beauty beyond our comprehension.