CROWN POINT | Four Crown Point girls have earned the Bronze Award, the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Girl Scouts from 35 troops in Valparaiso and Washington Township gathered Sunday afternoon at Washington Township High School for the 33rd annual Scouting Girls Style.
Girl Scouts from troops throughout the Valparaiso area make dream catchers during the Scout Like A Girl event Sunday at Washington Township High School.
Claire Starr, 5, of Valparaiso, fills out her "passport" to go on the Girl Scout Adventure during the Scout Like A Girl event Sunday at Washington Township High School.
MERRILLVILLE | In conjunction with the Federal Reserve’s seventh annual Money Smart Week, which takes place April 20–27, the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana are once again sponsoring the Money Smart Kid Essay Contest, with support from Junior Achievement and the entire N…
MERRILLVILLE | Cyberbullying impacts the lives of 85 percent of middle school students. Now girls ages 11-13 in grades six through eight in Merrillville can learn how to eliminate its impact on their lives.
Chairman Karen Adams helps Girl Scouts from Lansing Troop 60314 place donated food items on the shelves Monday at the Lansing food pantry.
Members of Lansing Girl Scout Troop 60314 pose with their donation to the Lansing Food Pantry. Pictured, from left, are: Christin Jones, Ruby Tolnai, food pantry chairman Karen Adams, Reece Gibbons, Emma Lingo, Ainsley Grant, Ellie Wallace and Esmeralda Spencer.
HAMMOND | Twenty-five years ago, local Girl Scouts placed a time capsule packed with memorabilia at the Hammond Public Library in honor of the organization's 75th anniversary.
Marti Ross and Elaine "Skip" Gehring participate in a ceremony Tuesday for the opening of a 25-year-old time capsule at the Hammond Public Library. Ross and Gehring were among the Girl Scouts who took part in the original ceremony in 1987 and returned Tuesday to open the capsule.
Local Girl Scouts opened a 25-year-old time capsule Tuesday at the Hammond Public Library. Pictured, from left to right, are Sally Benson, Marti Ross, Elaine "Skip" Gehring, Esther Kristoff, Jessica Golden, Sarah Kranc, Jen Popiela and Katie Goodrich.
It can be difficult for parents to imagine their 5-year-old daughters as women in their 30s, ready to take on the world.
Junior Girl Scouts Troop 10014 and Spc. Michael Crabtree joined forces to help out Blake Loudenber, an eight-year-old boy awaiting a kidney transplant.
CROWN POINT | Girl Scouts of all ages regularly receive awards and badges that recognize their accomplishments and proficiency for learning new skills. Each spring, however, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana honors hundreds of adult volunteers whose outstanding dedication …
VALPARAISO | Girl Scouts of all ages regularly receive awards and badges that recognize their accomplishments and proficiency for learning new skills. Each spring, however, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana honors hundreds of adult volunteers whose outstanding dedication e…
WHITING | Girl Scouts will plant a tree Saturday at Smolen Park in honor of the organization's 100th anniversary.
Girl Scouts of Troop 10051 are counting and cataloging the Oak Hill Cemetery burial records in a computer program to make grave site information more accessible to the public.
MUNSTER | The first trip the Girl Scouts of Troop 10051 made to Hammond's Oak Hill Cemetery revealed a troubled, unkempt burial ground with more graves than the girls thought they could count.
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