Once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout. Whether you were an active Girl Scout two years ago or fifty years ago, you are part of a large and impressive community ofGSUSA estimates that more than 50 million women were Girl Scouts!
To prove you're in good company, click here to access GSUSA's recent publication of "Girl Scout Greats" -- accomplished women from all over the country, including our nominee, Connie Howes, President & CEO of Women and Infants Hospital.
We want to keep in touch with you so you can share your experiences with current Girl Scout.
Help us Reach Out to More Alumnae!
Click here for a "Were You a Girl Scout?" flyer that you can reproduce and take with you as you speak at or attend gatherings in your community, catch up with friends, visit your child's school. In just about every case, chances are there will be Girl Scout alumnae in attendance!
Giving Back to Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts and Girl Scout camp meant something to you or you wouldn't be on this page! Share the benefits of Girl Scouting with a new generation by supporting Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England financially. Click here to find out how.
GSUSA Alumnae Page
Click here to check out Girl Scouts of the USA's special page created just for Girl Scout alumnae.
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We say farewell to longtime friend and Girl Scout, Cecilia "Skees" Sullivan, who passed away on October 11, 2013. Skees was a water safety instructor at Camp Hoffman and held onto the friendships she made at Hoffman. Just this past summer, she attended Pond Day (a Camp Hoffman reunion) festivities at the Larkin Pond home of Betty Faella. We will miss you, Skees!
Click here for Skees' obituary.