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The Fall Sale Kickoff Event ‘Inventions Today for a Better Tomorrow’ was a big hit!

Posted: Sep 23, 2011

The event was held on September 10 at the Arizona Science Center, and a total of 31 innovative and creative projects were presented. Thanks to all that participated and attended. 

Click [here] or a few photos from the event, including photos of Amanda’s “Pizza Layer Maker” and Troop 39’s Recycleable Rake!

More pictures will be made loaded to our Facebook page when available. 



Alice Marshall: Our Pioneer

Posted: Sep 22, 2011

Intrigue for the “wild west” and a love of horses…

These are the things that brought 23-year-old Alice Lord Marshall from her home in East Orange, New Jersey to Phoenix in 1919. A “Pioneer,” as she once called herself, she was never one to shy away from new experiences, and handled her arrival with fearlessness. She immediately steeped herself into the community, and became involved in a local Episcopalian church—Trinity Cathedral—located on Roosevelt and Central.  

It was here, in a rather ordinary encounter that one of the most significant moments of Arizona Girl Scouts history occurred.  Click on the link below the image to learn more about Alice Marshall.


Registration form for Troop #2 (1923)



Special opportunity for participants of the It’s in the Bag project!

Posted: Sep 19, 2011

Join us for the City of Phoenix Recycle-Palooza!

The City of Phoenix has invited Girl Scouts and Girl Scout troops to participate in the city's Recycle-Palooza this Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. Girl Scouts are invited to appear with city representatives as they do live shots during the morning television programs and to talk about the It’s in the Bag project! For more information about this event, click here. If interested in this opportunity please contact Sam Sanchez at ssanchez@girlscoutsaz.org for further details.

Click here for more information on the It's in the Bag project.



The Journey to Arizona: How Girl Scouting made it to the Grand Canyon State

Posted: Sep 08, 2011

“The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.”
-- Juliette Gordon Low

As we enter the 100th year anniversary of Girl Scouting, these words, spoken by the founder of the Girl Scouts, carry great significance.  Without the vision and determination of history-makers like Juliette Gordon Low, Girl Scouting may never have made it to Arizona.

So, how did Girl Scouting reach the Grand Canyon State?  Click the link below the picture to find out!

Troop #1 in Phoenix, Arizona (1925)