Lexington Girl Scouts
Building Girls of Courage, Confidence and Character
New Troops are Forming!
Kindergarten Troop 77143 and 1st grade Troop 77139
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Lexington Patriot's Day Parade 2022
The Girl Scout float, which highlighted the 110 birthday of Girl Scouts in the US and our founder Juliette Gordon Low, won First Place in the Youth Float category. Woohoo!
The girls also made signs under the motto "Dream BIG" that they carried and showcased in the parade.
Lexington Service Unit C/S/A Fall Fest - Sunday, October 17th 2021
Lexington Girl Scout Troop 66265 recently earned the Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest award earned by Girl Scout Cadettes. Last March, the troop worked with the Lexington Historical Society and the LexSeeHer committee to research bold Lexington women and feature them on vibrant banners that will be installed in downtown Lexington for Women’s Equality Day this August. You can see their project in action at the Banner Celebration event in Lexington at 6 PM this Thursday (7/22). Learn more at LexSeeHer.com Congratulations Girl Scouts!
"Crazy for Animals" Gold Award Project by Brianna from 65305
Brianna has created a webpage to provide information on what to do if you find an injured or orphaned wild animal or a lost dog or cat - or what to do if you have lost your dog or cat. The Webpage includes links to resources to help find this information as well as interviews with our Local Animal Control Officer and Wild Life Rehabilitators, as well as Do It Yourself projects and also provides information about Girl Scout badges that can be earned at each Girl Scout level to learn about helping and working with Animals.
Fall Backpack Hike up to the AMC Lonesome Lake Hut
A group of 9 Senior Girl Scouts plus 6 adult leaders made their way up from the Lafayette Campground parking lot to the AMC Lonesome Lake hut in the White Mountains on a glorious New England fall day.
Once settled in the hut the group split up and went on two hikes of different difficulty levels. Afterwards everyone enjoyed playing games and preparing their own dinner. The night sky was breathtaking.
The next day they hiked down in the rain, but still a good time was had by all!
Lexington Girl Scouts participating in Lexington's Veteran's Day Parade 2019
Lexington Girl Scouts walk in the 2019 Lexington Patriot's Day Parade.
The float had an outdoor theme showcasing a tent, canoe and archery target, and signs with messages from the girls about "What Girl Scouts Means" to them. The float won first prize in the 'Youth Float contest' and the truck was kindly provided by Mal's Service Center.