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New Girl Scout Barbie Earns Badge of Controversy
When you think of Girl Scouts what comes to mind? Community, camping, cookies…Barbie?! In her 55 years, Barbie has worn many hats, and now the wildly popular yet often controversial doll is joining the ranks of the Girl Scouts, and …

Girl Scout Barbie sparks controversy
Barbie has worn many hats over the years, from construction worker to firefighter she's taken on a number of careers, but her newest role has some concerned.

Proposed 'Girl Scout Barbie' Stirs Controversy (VIDEO)
"Barbie is basically a terrible role model for girls," says psychologist Susan Lynn

Mattel's Barbie Loves Girl Scouts doll hits stores amid controversy
Dr Susan Linn, founder of Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood, accuses Mattel of going against the Girl Scouts principles.

Pilot 'Girl Scouts on the Go!' program visits Watsonville
WATSONVILLE >> When Dana Bolotin was first a Girls Scout in the early 1970s, it was a lot of "cookies and crafts," learning to sew and knit.

Catherine Riordan awarded Girl Scouts distinction award
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio announced that Catherine Riordan, of Solon, was awarded the 2014 Young Women of Distinction Award by Girl Scouts of the USA,.

Trending today: 5-year-old battling cancer asks for birthday cards; Barbie and Girl Scouts partnership a good fit?
Birthday wish from 5-year-old diagnosed with brain cancer, Barbie, Girl Scouts partnership sparks controversy and mysterious white flags flown from Brooklyn Bridge.

Barbie: Inspiration or 'terrible role model'? Girl Scout partnership sparks controversy
In her 55 years, Barbie has worn many hats: She’s been a princess and an aerobics instructor, a presidential candidate and police officer. Now, the wildly popular yet often controversial doll is joining the ranks of the Girl Scouts, and causing a stir once again.The Girl Scouts teamed up with Barbie’s maker, Mattel, last year.

Girl Scouts Help Florists Bring Smiles To Area Veterans
Local Girl Scouts and florists spent part of Sunday morning helping design more than 600 bouquets that will be delivered this week to patients at the VA Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Girl Scouts offering anti-bullying, STEM programs
Those involved with the Girl Scouts ask, “what can a girl do?” In Clovis, the answer is prevent bullying, and improve skills in science, technology, engineering and math.


 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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