In 2012, we celebrated the
100th ANNIVERSARY of Girl Scouting in the USA!
Celebrate A CenturyCelebrate a Century of Girl Scouting in the USA - with over three thousand in attendance at North Fork Leadership Center!
Girl Scouts Forever Green
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council participated in Girl Scouts Forever Green Earth Hour, 8:30 - 9:30 pm March 31, 2012. Check out the Girl Scouts Forever Green Earth Hour Website and take the Forever Green pledge!
We celebrated Girl Scouting with friends old and new at Campfire, Cocktails and Cookies - a once-in-a-lifetime 100th Anniversary Celebration and fundraiser in the Campion Courtyard at Episcopal School of Jacksonville, on the banks of the St. Johns River. Guests enjoyed cocktails, buffet dinner, music, silent auction, s'mores, and more!
Girl Scouting in the African-American
Community of Northeast Florida
Ritz Theatre and Museum,
829 N. Davis Street, Jacksonville
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council and the Ritz Theatre and Museum celebrate our rich African-American heritage with an exhibit highlighting some of the people and places that influenced the growth and development of the Girl Scout movement in Jacksonville's African-American community. The exhibit runs through May, and features materials from the Gateway Council historical collection, including rare photos of Camp Chanyata. Read More
Girl Scouts Alumnae
Today, more than 50 million women in the U.S. are Girl Scout alumnae. In the 16 north-central Florida counties served by the Girl Scouts of Gateway Council (GSGC) there are over 12,000 registered Girl Scouts supported by 5,600 adult volunteers. Girl Scouts of Gateway Council is reconnecting with alumnae. If you were a Girl Scout, register as an Alumnae here or email firstname.lastname@example.org