Lexington Girl Scouts
Building Girls of Courage, Confidence and Character
service unit leader meetings
Leaders and other troop volunteers, please attend the Lexington Service Unit's Leader Meetings. Each troop should have at least one volunteer attend each meeting.
Upcoming virtual meetings:
Wednesday, January 27th @ 8 - 9PM
Athena and Sanjana from Troop 71775
are working on their Silver Award by creating a child friendly Webpage about COVID-19:
If you are a GS Leader in Town and would like them to join one of your troop meetings, please reach out to:
2020 Lexington Virtual Encampment: "Art in your Backyard"
Since our planned "Art in the Outdoors" Encampment at Cedar Hill in Waltham had to be cancelled due to Covid-19, we hosted this event online, e.g. with a campfire on ZOOM and a virtual backyard campout.
Lexington Girl Scouts created video clips for different categories like "Create", "Design", "Music" and "Photography" and shared them on this Webpage for everyone to pick and choose different activities to do, to earn the "Art in the Outdoor" patch according to the girls troop level.
On January 13, 2020, Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass, USA, CEO Caitiona Taylor came to speak to Lexington Girl Scouts, leaders and parents at the Lexington Community Center. She shared with us her passion for Girl Scouts and her path to becoming our new CEO!
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.