Submitted by Pauline Wangen, Girl Scouts River Valleys

Baldwin-Woodville, WI - At Girl Scouts River Valleys, girls matter. We have served girls through a unique all-girl environment for more than 100 years. That’s right—100 years! What that history, it’s safe to say we know girls. There are no limits to a girl’s success and at Girl Scouts we create opportunities that help girls see that. As a Girl Scout member, your girl will enjoy a safe environment within a network of friends, new and old, where she can feel confident while learning in exploring.

In Girl Scouting, every girl is welcomed with her unique interests, skills, and quirks. Whether your girl simply dabbles as a Daisy or advances to become an Ambassador, she’ll find a place in Girl Scouts.

We make it easy, affordable, and fun. Through customizable programming and activities, she’ll get to do the things she loves and try out new things too.

Join us at the Troop Formation night on Monday, September 12, 2016, 6-7:30pm at Peace Lutheran Church, Baldwin

Visit or call 800-845-0787.

In partnership with 16,000 adult volunteers, Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys serves 36,000 girls each year—in southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin—to discover new abilities, connect with friends, and take action to improve their communities. While having fun in a supportive girl-only environment, girls participate in age- appropriate experiences that cover topics like health and wellness, financial literacy, community service, and self-esteem.

Girl Scouts River Valleys is one of the largest Girl Scouts councils in the country and is recognized as a thought leader in helping girls develop into women of courage, confidence, and character, empowered to make the world a better place.