We have a whole new season of exciting programs. For Daisies to Ambassadors. For girls in every pathway: whether you're in a troop or want to attend a series or event on your own, we offer it all. Registering is easy! Download a troop registration form or an individual registration form and send it in. See the Fall 2012 Program Guide (PDF) for more information on each program.
Check out these fun ways to explore the Girl Scout Program -- created just for girls!
Girls Speak Out! Girls can submit their own idea for a PSA about an issue that’s important to them. Everyone can vote on their favorites; the PSA concept that gets the most votes has a chance to be produced professionally. Check out the action at http://speakout.girlscouts.org/
Journey Themed Blogs showcase the great ways that girls are changing the world. Check them out here: http://forgirls.girlscouts.org/home/blogs/
Our council boasts a winning canoe team called The Rhody Rockets. The team competes each year in the General Clinton Canoe Regatta in Bainbridge, NY. At the 2012 event, held over Memoria Day weekend, we really cleaned up! If you are interested in joining The Rhody Rockets, contact Laurie Pansa.
1st Place: Claire O'Brien and Kelsey Brown
3rd Place: Ellen Howard and Haleigh Freeburg
4th Place: Emily Dench and Brittnee Toro
5th Place: Courtney Graham and Allegra Gribble
Endurance (15 miles)
9th Place: Monica Prudencio and Jessica Dowling
Four Person Relay
3rd Place: Erin Chille, Heather McDermott, Clara Crawford and Elizabeth Littlefield
10th Place: Judy Hall, Tori DeBlois, Cassy DeBlois and Megan Barden
Attention, Girl Scout Juniors and older: try out for The Girl Scouts of Rhode Island chorus, led by Ms. Krystle Poirier. Auditions will take place on Friday, September 21 and Friday, September 28.
Girl Scout Juniors and above will be able to audition for the chorus; anywhere between 30 and 70 girls will be selected to join the group. The Girl Scouts of Rhode Island Chorus will study a repertoire of music ranging from patriotic songs, Girl Scout classics, folk songs, and popular pieces of today. Singers will be required to sing in 2-3 part harmonies and learn their parts to songs well. Participants will learn the fundamentals of song leading and become well versed in Girl Scout camp songs and cheers.
Krystle Poirier, B.M.E, is a private vocal instructor at Noteworthy Music in North Smithfield and the Music Director for the Boys and Girls Club of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. She is a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, a lifetime member of Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, and the leader of a Girl Scout Troop in Woonsocket.