Your GSOSW Program team has been busy working with program partners to create unique and exciting opportunities for girls and troops throughout the council, as well as launching two new outdoor programs on our camp properties. In addition to the activities you look forward to, you'll also find The Great Outdoors Challenge!Continue >
Get ready to enter our national Girl Scout Cookie Pro Contest 2018 to unlock an awesome, limited-edition Cookie Pro 2018 patch and the chance to travel to New York City for an all-expenses-paid Cookie Entrepreneur Experience, including a chance to have your smiling face featured on the Girl Scout Cookie box—SWEET.Continue >
Start: Sat Mar 24 2018, 10:00 AM PDT
End: Sat Mar 24 2018, 12:00 PM PDT
Location: Portland: Portland Service Center, 9620 SW Barbur Blvd
Start: Sat Mar 31 2018, 10:00 AM PDT
End: Sat Mar 31 2018, 12:00 PM PDT
Location: 2001 N Keeneway Dr., Medford, OR, 97504, United States
Start: Tue Apr 03 2018, 6:30 PM PDT
End: Tue Apr 03 2018, 8:30 PM PDT
Location: Beaverton: Oak Hills Christian Preschool, 2800 NW 153rd Ave
Start: Thu Apr 05 2018, 6:00 PM PDT
End: Thu Apr 05 2018, 9:00 PM PDT
Location: Corvallis: First Congregational Church, 4515 SW West Hills Rd
21 Mar 2018
If your girl is involved in civic action, you might worry about her being seen as "disruptive" or too "opinionated," but it's important to recognize that it takes courage and character to speak out against the status quo—even if you don't agree with her views. Helping your child become civically engaged and stand up for what she believes in might not always be easy, but it will certainly be worthwhile.
04 Mar 2018
Whether it’s discovering how a car’s engine runs, learning how to manage finances, or exploring our natural world, with Girl Scouts girls are fast-forwarding into their STEM futures. Discover how you can explore STEM with Girl Scouts!
28 Feb 2018
In a world where divisive language is seemingly everywhere, and arguments over who “belongs” and who doesn’t seem pointedly heated, there are a lot of people talking about the importance of teaching our children “tolerance.” And while those intentions are definitely a step in the right direction, in reality, tolerance simply isn’t good enough. But how can you, as a parent, help with this?