National Girl Scout Day

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National Girl Scout Day
United States
National Girl Scout Day

On March 12th, National Girl Scout Day is observed to honor the rich history of the Girl Scouts in the United States. The roots of this American organization trace back to 1912, when Juliette Gordon Low organized the inaugural Girl Scout Troop meeting. Since that historic moment, millions of girls have reaped the benefits of engaging in outdoor activities, participating in enrichment programs, and contributing to service projects through the Girl Scouts.

Today, the Girl Scouts boast nearly 4 million members and have established troops throughout the United States. The organization continues to empower and inspire young girls, fostering personal growth and community involvement.