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Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast Promotes Lori Riis-Vestergaard to CFO and Desiree Stilwell to VP of Sales
Council acknowledges leadership with promotions and synergistic realignment. (PRWeb August 28, 2014) Read the full story at

Girl Scouts seek new members at welcome campfire
Fort Belvoir Girl Scouts Service Unit 53-5 invites Families new to the installation to meet one another and learn about the different opportunities Scouting offers during the Troop’s Welcome Back Camp

Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf Calls for New Girl Scout Members and Volunteers to Join in the Fun
New research shows majority of parents see benefits for daughters; majority of volunteers feel experience has helped them personally and professionally. (PRWeb August 24, 2014) Read the full story at

Girl Scouts rescue boys on Pikes Peak
Three teenage Girl Scouts in Colorado Springs put their lifesaving skills to work last weekend on Pikes Peak.

Floral Park Scouts Awarded Highest Honor
Girl Scouts of Nassau County recently recognized Krista Longobardi and Meaghan Smith, both students at Floral Park Memorial High School, for individually earning their Gold Award, the highest and most prestigious award within the Girl Scouts Organization. In order to be eligible for a Gold Award, a Girl Scout must have completed two Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador Journeys or have already ...

Orbital Sciences' Second Mission Delivers Delights to Space Station
Satellites, Girl Scouts and good ole Charlie Brown highlight Orbital Sciences Corporation's second commercial resupply voyage to the International Space Station. The...

Girl Scouts save boys hiking Pikes Peak
Three teenagers said Thursday the survival skills they learned during Girl Scouts saved two high school boys trying to hike Pikes Peak. Rebecca Clark, Jordan Wilson and Tristina Altman set out on Pikes Peak     early Saturday morning. They thought their toughest challenge would be summitting Pikes Peak. "We packed sleeping bags, tents, fire building stuff, water, toilet paper, necessities," said ...

Girl Scouts gives families a chance to bond
Weekly Girl Scouts meetings are special for Jean Fluss and her two daughters: Annie, 8, and Alexis, 9. 

Ridley-Springfield Girl Scout recruitment nights coming up next week
Ridley Springfield Girl Scouts will hold recruitment nights for new girls and new leaders 7-8 pm Tues. (Sept. 9) at the Ridley Community Center, 801 Morton Ave., Folsom; 7-8 pm Wed. (Sept. 10) at the GS Delco Service Center, 760 West Sproul Rd., Ste. 300, Springfield; and 7-8 pm Thurs. (Sept. 11) at the Princeton Presbyterian Church, 933 Baltimore Pike, Springfield.

Girl Scouts CEO takes $83K bonus amid budget cuts
The Girl Scouts’ “cookie monster” is hungry for cash! Anna Maria Chavez, the CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, gobbled up an $83,000 bonus in 2012, new tax...


 Welcome to the Dripping Springs Service Unit

The Dripping Springs Service Unit proudly serves the local community and is dedicated to the girls residing in the Dripping Springs ISD area. 

In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Participating in Girl Scouts can change the way girls see the world and their place in it.  Girls learn the importance of personal responsibility, the value of goal-setting, the spirit of teamwork, the thrill of accomplishment, and developing leadership qualities for the future. 

Brownies Enjoy a Day at Enchanted Rock

 The New Girl Scout Leadership Experience identifies three "keys" to leadership:

  • Discover:  Girls understand themselves and their values and use their knowledge and skills to explore the world.
  • Connect:  Girls care about, inspire, and team with others locally and globally.
  • Take Action:  Girls act to make the world a better place.

All experiences in Girl Scouting incorporate the "Discover, Connect, and Take Action" keys to leadership.  Girl Scout experiences are also, as much as possible, girl-led and encourage learning by doing and cooperative learning.  These three processes promote the fun and friendship that have always been an integral part of Girl Scouting.

Girl Scouting is open to all girls from Kindergarten through graduating Seniors:

  • Girl Scout Daisy, Kindergarten - 1st grade
  • Girl Scout Brownie, 2nd - 3rd grade 
  • Girl Scout Junior, 4th - 5th grade 
  • Girl Scout Cadette, 6th - 8th grade 
  • Girl Scout Senior, 9th - 10th grade 
  • Girl Scout Ambassador - 11th -12th grade

Come join us, won’t you?  We are now registering for our 2013-2014 registration year and are looking for all school-age girls and adult volunteers who are interested in helping us make the world a better place!

For information on how you can register, please contact us!





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