Girl Scout Founder’s Day - 2021-10-31
What is Girl Scout Founder’s Day?
The Girl Scouts program helps young girls across the world to develop important leadership and life skills. It gives them the chance to think about what they want in life and empowers them to reach their goals. Juliette Gordon Low created the Girl Scouts of America in Savannah, Georgia on March 12th, 1912. Only 18 girls were present for the first meeting, but the importance and popularity of the Girl Scouts quickly grew and soon scout troops were springing up across the country. Their motto, be prepared, and their slogan, do a good turn daily, are still in use today as the Girl Scouts take part in enrichment programs, service projects, and many outdoor adventures. You can celebrate Girl Scout Founders’ Day by sharing your memories of your days in the Girl Scouts or joining your local troop as a leader. Share your pictures, stories, and more on social media with #GirlScoutsDay.
When is Girl Scout Founder’s Day?
Girl Scouts across the world celebrate Girl Scout Founders’ Day on October 31st every year.
History of Girl Scout Founder’s Day
The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts was created Girl Scout Founders’ Day. This national day is to honor the birthday of the first president and founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low on her birthday, on October 31st, 1860.
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