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Have you seen the latest issue of the Listening Post?

Posted: Mar 26, 2013

Click below to read the lastest issue.

APS Foundation Backs Girl Scouts S.T.E.M. Initiative

Posted: Mar 19, 2013

Girl Scouts granted $100,000 towards unprecedented educational program for girls across Arizona.

Great news! The last day to sell cookies is now March 30!

Posted: Mar 14, 2013

THIS JUST IN: The Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council is providing Troops with an additional opportunity to continue this year’s cookie program. 

Happy 101st Birthday, Girl Scouts!

Posted: Mar 12, 2013

See how local Girl Scouts celebrated through serving the St. Vincent de Paul community.


Second Annual “Thin Mint Sprint” – A Success!

Posted: Mar 11, 2013

A blast was had for all at the Thin Mint Sprint on March 9! Enjoy some pictures on our Facebook page.

The “A Girl’s World is Different” Conference to Cover Bullying, Human Trafficking and Education

Posted: Feb 05, 2013

Don’t miss out on the expertise and wisdom of our keynotes and workshop presenters. Their discussions on bullying and relational aggression, human trafficking and education will strengthen your understanding of these issues and build the skills needed to make a positive difference in the lives of girls.

Girl Scouts Get Out the Vote!

Posted: Oct 11, 2012

Girl Scouts from our council have been busy gearing up for the November 6th election! 

Committee members from the My Voice, My Future (MVMF) program recently held a voter registration drive at Desert Mission Food Bank where Girl Scouts urged visitors to the food bank to register to vote and spoke about the importance of being civically engaged.  For those who were already registered, Girl Scouts asked them to sign their petition “I Promise a Girl Scout I will Vote on November 6th.”

See the video below, shot by "Know99," about these Girl Scouts' efforts!

Make new friends, keep the old…

Posted: Jul 30, 2012

Last week, Girl Scouts from Troop 2813 in Scottsdale visited a group of women who have a long history with the Girl Scouts organization. Several of the residents of the Vi at Grayhawk retirement community were Girl Scouts during World War II, and had amazing stories to share.

One woman recalls collecting scrap metal for the war effort, while another woman remembers how, using Morse code, she was able to get freed from a faulty elevator.

Click on the link below for more! If you’re interested in gathering a group of alumnae to reminisce about their years in Girl Scouting, contact Nancy Knoche at 602.452.7093 or


Campers and Camp Families! An Update for You!

Posted: Jul 18, 2012

If you are driving to Shadow Rim Ranch in Payson, please note the previous closures of Tonto National Forest surrounding Shadow Rim Ranch have been lifted. There are still no open fires allowed.

For more information, please contact David Rivera at or 602.452.7110

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