The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb

The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb

Article contributed by Wendy Shaw, National Director of Membership Growth

Last month we shared the national aspirational goal of having a Scouts BSA troop for girls in every district. The number of those troops continues to climb. Let’s look at some of the highlights to date …

If you have eight or more troops in your district, you are in the TOP TEN in the BSA! Great work to the staff serving those districts. If you have seven girl troops in your district you are in the TOP TWENTY! Impressive work in less than seven months.

Congrats to the following councils for having a girl troop in every traditional district:

Northeast Region

Spirit of Adventure

Mayflower

Connecticut Rivers

Greenwich

Housatonic

Connecticut Yankee

Suffolk County

Twin Rivers

Five Rivers

Leatherstocking

Allegheny Highlands

Westmoreland-Fayette

Susquehanna

Cradle of Liberty

Puerto Rico

Transatlantic

 

Southern Region

Bay Area

Suwanee River Area

Daniel Boone

Central North Carolina

Palmetto

Shenandoah Area

Cherokee Area

Cimarron

 

Central Region

Voyageurs Area

Samoset

Bay Lakes

Chippewa Valley

Black Hills Area

Water and Woods

Hawkeye Area

Northeast Iowa

Lake Erie

Muskingum Valley

Mountaineer Area

Santa Fe Trail

Pony Express

Northeast Illinois

Glacier’s Edge

Potawatomi Area

Rainbow

 

Western Region

Ore-Ida

Mount Baker

Pikes Peak

Rocky Mountain

Alameda

Sequoia

Pacific Skyline

Marin

Redwood Empire

Piedmont

Silicon Valley Monterey Bay

Greater Los Angeles Area

Western Los Angeles County

Los Padres

Far East

Scouting Wire would like to thank Wendy for contributing this article.

Hayley Cordaro

Hayley Cordaro is a member of the Communications team at Boy Scouts of America. She loves sharing inspiring success stories and uncovering new ways volunteers and employees can make the most of their Scouting experience. If you have story ideas or questions, reach out to us at communications@scouting.org.

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The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb
The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb
The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb
The Number of Scouts BSA Troops for Girls Continues to Climb