100 Years of Girl Scouts!
On March 12, 1912, Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low, established the first Girl Scout troop in the United States. A century later, hundreds of thousands of girls across the nation have participated and benefited from a program that was started to help girls and young women realize their potential and ability to make their communities, cities, states and the world, a better place.
In honor of our 100th Anniversary, celebrations took place throughout 2012.
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Images of America: Girl Scouting in Central Maryland—a commemorative picture book that chronicles the history of the Girl Scout Movement in central Maryland and includes photos of the Pikesville Pansies, central Maryland’s first Girl Scout troop, established in 1913; Girl Scout campers at Camp Bradley, located on the grounds of the Edgewood Arsenal; Girl Scout rally at Western High School (circa 1920); Service Scouts and Girl Scout Messenger Scouts. Get your copy of this book filled with photos of Girl Scouts then and now and the girls and women who have and are a part of this 100-year legacy of Girl Scouting. Click here to order your copy today.