The Girl Scouts of Immanuel encourages girls to: discover more about themselves and their world, connect with others, take action by working together to advocate for themselves and others, and make the world a better place.

Four program goals serve as the foundation of Girl Scouts: 1. Girls will develop to their full potential. 2. Girls will relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect. 3. Girls will develop a meaningful set of values to guide their actions and to provide the foundation for sound decision-making. 4. Girls will contribute to the improvement of society through the use of their abilities and leadership skills, working in cooperation with others. The Girl Scout promise is at the core of the program: “On my honor, I will try to serve God and my country, to help people at all times and to live by Girl Scout Law.” 

Girls are separated into troops based on age and grade level: Daisy – K through 1st grades (ages 5-6), Brownie – 1st through 3rd grades (ages 6-8), Junior – 3rd through 6th grades (ages 8-11), Cadette – 6th through 9th grades (ages 11-14), Senior – 9th through 12th grades (ages 14-17) and Juliettes (Individual Girl Scouts).

The Girl Scouts of Immanuel belong to the Meadow Springs Service Unit, a part of the Great Blue Heron Council. Troops meet one or two times a month, plus participate in outings and activities with the service unit and council throughout the year. Immanuel currently has troops meeting in the Fellowship Hall, School Library, or in school classrooms on Tuesday evenings, after school on Fridays, and on Saturday mornings.

Girls in kindergarten through 8th grade who attend Immanuel Lutheran Church and/or School are welcome to participate in Girl Scouts. In addition, adults are always encouraged to share their unique knowledge, skills, and time with the girls. Contact Kathy Siegel for more information.

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