Recently, more than 40 girls, including a number of girls from Sugar Land, enjoyed a 2-day event June 14 and 15 at Parkway United Methodist Church called 100% Natural. Girl Scouts – Rainbow Stars Service Unit sponsored the day event that was planned for girls in Sugar Land Area.
Girls from Troop 238 were responsible for the sessions that were planned for this event. They basically used the opportunity to teach younger girls about the wonders of water and through garden projects learned about the Girl Scout history and traditions. In conjunction with their lesson plans, the Girl Scouts from Troop 238 with the help of the attendees cleaned the prayer garden at Parkway as part of the event.
Whether girls go for a day, a week or longer, Girl Scout events give girls an opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun—always under the guidance of caring, trained adults.
Scouts of San Jacinto and the Rainbow Stars Service Unit serve nearly 800 registered girls and adults in New Territory- Sugar Land. If you are interested in joining the fun in Girl Scouting in New Territory, please contact Lisa Rickert at firstname.lastname@example.org.