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The Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try
To serve God and my country
To help people at all times
And to live by the Girl Scout Law

The Girl Scout Law

I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every  Girl Scout.

Family / Parent Promise

Family Promise
On My Honor I Will:
Share my daughter's new interests
Show appreciation to the promise and law
Give her opportunities to practice her skills at home
Attend the troop events to which I am invited
Support Girl Scouting by working for and contributing to  activities and funds that make Girl Scouting possible in our community

As a parent I will:
Support my child's leader and appreciate the time they volunteer for my daughter and other girls in the troop.
See that my daughter arrives and is picked up on time for all meetings, outings, etc.
See that dues and other related fees are paid on time.
Read through all forms given to me. Sign those needing a signature and return them promptly.
Keep in contact with the leader. Give her feedback.
Let my daughter know that I consider her participation in Girl Scouting to be important and special.
Attend parent meetings and group activities.

The Girl Scout Motto

Do a Good Turn Daily

Did You Know?


For every 100 girls who join Girl Scouts:

* Eighteen will develop hobbies used during their adult life.
* Four will earn the highest award in Girl Scouting - The Gold Award.
* One will use her Girl Scout skills to save a life.
* Eight will enter a vocation that was learned through a badge or patch program.
* 71% of Girl Scouts earn A's and B's compared to 50% of girls nationwide.
* 73% report Girl Scouting helped them learn the difference between right and wrong