Nesha S. Girl Reporter Last Saturday morning, on October 21st, Girl Scouts of all ages gathered at the High Desert Girl Scout office in Victorville for the Day of the Dead Cultural Celebration. Like all the other Scouts there, I had so much fun making beautiful decorative crafts and learning about the traditional Mexican holiday, which is both very touching, yet festive and joyous. The … Continue reading Girl Report | Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
For the past 8 years troops 414 and 103 have celebrated Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday by giving a basket filled with baby girl items to the first baby girl born in our area (Low Desert) at Kennedy Hospital. The girls collect items ranging from rattles and diapers, soft toys and cute booties, and dresses to bonnets for the special baby girl. One time the girls … Continue reading Girl Scout Troop 414 and Troop 103 honor first baby girl born on Juliette Low’s birthday!
This year, Girl Scout Troop 970 decided they wanted to give back to their community instead of having a traditional Halloween party. The girls hosted a food collection drive called “Trick Or Treat So Kids Can Eat.” On October 24, the troop went door to door in their Halloween costumes and collected almost 220 pounds of food from the residents on Glenheather and Canyon Oak drives … Continue reading Highland Troop 970 collected cans instead of candy!
We’re already two weeks into October and the fun tradition of dressing up as our favorite ghouls, goblins, and Disney characters for Halloween is fast approaching. Many of us have been working on costumes for weeks. Most already have an idea of what we want to trick-or-treat as. Of course, if you’re like me, you’re still open to the possibilities. Which brings us to an interesting … Continue reading 5 awesome women this mom dressed her daughter as – instead of a Disney Princess!