“My favorite Girl Scout memory is of Camp Comstock! Spending the week trying to whittle a stick into a flute (I got it smooth, but never figured out how to get holes in it!) That same summer we used a bridge at Comstock for the bridging ceremony. I would walk by it every day and could not wait to do the ceremony over that bridge! For memories about our meetings, I still remember standing around a car engine, pretending to be fascinated by what was in there. We had a photographer there taking photos, in hopes to get on a cookie box. We never did, but it is always good to dream!” ~ Vicki Davis
“I started out as a Junior and I remember our troop meetings being a fun time to spend with my friends. As an adult, I can see my daughters feel the same way. And, little do they realize what wonderful skills and lessons they are learning that will serve them all of their lives. They will find out when they become the Mom.” ~ Jackie Wright
“I was a Girl Scout in 1974. When I went to Girl Scout camp we had some excitement one night. In the middle of the night four little girls (me being one of them) ran screaming from our tent because a skunk had found it’s way in. We wouldn’t go back in until our tent mother made sure it was gone. Needless to say, we didn’t get much sleep that night. Other then that, I loved camp!” ~ Rhonda Hawley
“Some of my favorite memories of Girl Scouts are based around friendship and routine. I always looked forward to seeing my friends. We took the Girl Scouts to a new level with our weekly themes. The songs gave me the same comfort as Christmas music. I also looked forward to seeing our leaders. They were a positive adult with a positive message. I felt safe and never afraid when we would go on overnight trips.” ~ Karisha Solomon
What would you say is your favorite Girl Scout memory? Let us know!