100 years and beyond
On March 12, 1912, a small group of girls gathered in Savannah, Georgia, at the urging of Juliette Gordon Low to learn about a new opportunity for girls. Now, nearly 100 years later, millions of girls and adults across the country have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to celebrate the Girl Scout Movement's milestone anniversary!
Locally, the members of our council's 100th Anniversary Committee and subcommittees put into motion lots of opportunities for girls, volunteers, parents and the community to celebrate this historic anniversary, including local activities, events, historic exhibits and community service opportunities that showcased Girl Scouting, and positioned us for the innovations, adventures and memories to come in the next 100 years.
We honored our 100th anniversary enthusiastically and meaningfully and celebrated the timeless values of this incredible movement. Our activities and impact set the stage for the future success of our organization and our girls. We look ahead with great hope for a new world led by our girls!
Be sure to click on the various sidebar links to see a recap of all the fun we had in 2012!