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Great Girl Scout Hike

Be part of the Great Girl Scout Hike! Girl Scouts of all ages are hiking a section of the Appalachian Trail to hike in honor of our 100th anniversary. Our Candlewood Trekkers will be doing one section, but you or your troop can also hike on your own. Visit the Great Girl Scout Hike website for more information, or contact Anne Gair-MacMichael at agair-macmichael@gsofct.org.

100,000 Hours of Service

In this centennial year, we challenged each member to continue service to their community, recording their number of service hours between March 12, 2011 and March 12, 2012. Together Girl Scouts of Connecticut provided more than 100,000 hours of service! More

100th Anniversary Patch and Living the Law Pin Program

These patch programs celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouts and the people that made and make Girl Scouts happen in our state. Celebrate our history and take on monthly challenges based on the Girl Scout Law. More

Girls' Voices Time Capsule

In celebration of our anniversary, we’ve created a time capsule that will be shown at the Jubilee and International Camporee, then put away until our 150th year. Girls of all ages chose items they feel represent Girl Scouts in 2012. Questions? Email Nancy Bajek at nbajek@gsoft.org.

Art Exhibits: "What it means to be a Girl Scout" – March to May 2012

Service Units planned art exhibits around the theme, “What it Means to be a Girl Scout.” They then selected one to two pieces which were exhibited at the 100th Jubilee.
Girls creatively illustrated what Girl Scouting means to them in any media, including watercolor, oils, pastels, chalk, pen and ink, photography, pottery or ceramics, woodworking, decoupage, sculpture, recycled art, paper crafts, collage, poster art, scrapbooking, weaving, fabric art, sewing and jewelry. Congratulations to all artists whose pieces were shown at the Jubilee!

Flat Juliette

Every Girl Scout should know who started the Girl Scouts and how amazing she was! The Flat Juliette Patch Program is a fun way to get to know our founder. Learn more and see where she’s been!

Traveling Juliettes

We are hoping each Service Unit will have one or two Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors or Ambassadors specially trained to become Traveling Juliettes. Traveling Juliettes share the story and life of Juliette Gordon Low with area Daisy, Brownies and Junior troops and other groups and at Service Unit events. Interested girls may call the GSOFCT Program Department at (203) 239-2922 or (800) 922-2770 or email Cathy Monckton at cmonckton@gsofct.org.

Bookplates for the Girl's Guide

Download a 100th anniversary bookplate for the first edition of the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting! Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors can personalize their guide and commemorate the anniversary.


Looking for other activities? Explore these 100 additional ways to celebrate 100 years!

International Camporee


Celebrate with girls from around the world during our first-ever International Camporee

Get Involved!

Our 100th anniversary is an exciting milestone. It’s up to us to ensure tomorrow’s youth will be able to participate in another century of Girl Scouting.


100th Jubilee


Thank you to everyone who helped make the Jubilee such a great day!



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