In a recent video gaining traction on the web, a teenage Girl Scout calls for a boycott of their famous cookies after a 7-year-old transgendered girl was admitted into a Colorado Girl Scout troop. The 8-minute clip on YouTube has been viewed more than , times in a little more than 12 hours since it began circulating the web. Supporters of transgender rights and the Girls Scouts' inclusionary rules started Tweeting the hashtag trans on Wednesday when the video began making rounds on the web. The clip was posted on Jan.
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With more than 38, tulips, the Arboretum has the largest display in the metro area, which attracts thousands of people each year. Shortbread Girl Scout cookies, sliced peaches, mustard and noodles are all ingredients kept in a pantry outside the Chaska Moravian Church. Six Girl Scout members from Chaska Troop worked together Tuesday to pack the Little Free Pantry with nonperishable food and toiletries on the busy intersection in the downtown area of Chaska. In their uniforms covered in badges, they formed a line to fill the pantry and organize the items inside. The troop of sixth-grade girls started the pantry to give back to the community.
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Girl Scouts are invited to participate in a variety of existing, organized educational or service projects at national park sites , or design their own experience or project to align with Journey work, badge activities, or a Take Action or Highest Award project. To earn a Girl Scout Ranger patch, Girl Scouts should participate in organized educational activities or volunteer service projects for a minimum of ten 10 hours at one or more national parks. There, they can also explore the history of the park and learn about its natural and cultural resources. Troop leaders and parents can arrange for activities like hiking, biking, wildlife watching, and guided interpretive tours, and the Girl Scout Ranger Program will also allow girls to build their own unique park experience, earning badges and patches along the way.
A poster at the entrance of the Laurel Highlands Council headquarters in Pittsburgh shows a young girl in a Cub Scouts uniform. The program for younger kids can include co-ed troops, but older kids will have single-sex troops. On a recent morning at the Laurel Highlands Council headquarters in downtown Pittsburgh, year-old Elly Riegner rummaged through containers of small, circular patches. She picked up a red badge and showed it to her mother, Abby. It's for archery, and Elly has said she's eager to earn it herself.