Our Troops in the News


Cadettes Working Toward Silver!

posted May 18, 2014, 1:22 PM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary


Concord Girl Scouts are Orienteering Champs, Oct. 27, 2013

posted Nov 18, 2013, 1:16 PM by Carrie Bjerke   [ updated Nov 18, 2013, 1:17 PM ]


http://girlscoutsemass.blogspot.com/2013/11/concord-girl-scouts-are-orienteering.html?spref=fb
Newbies to the competition, Junior Girl Scouts Allison Harmon, Grace Faddoul and Julia Clarke took home first place in the girls' white course, while Siri Bjerke and Hannah Wixom of Junior Troop 72710 brought home third place on the same course. Defending champions Lili Shoup, Jillian O’Neil and Sarah Hutchinson of Cadette Troop 72694 had the fastest time of the day among all competitors on the yellow course, and returning champions Grace O’Neil and Jules Struck from Senior Troop 72678 continued their streak of winning the girls' orange course.  
If you're going to get lost in the woods, you want one of these young ladies with you!

Interested in learning more about orienteering or how your troop can get involved? Be sure to visit the New England Orienteering Club.

 


Pictured: Allison Harmon, Junior Troop 72678; Grace O’Neil, Senior Troop 72660;.  Not pictured are Grace Faddoul and Julia Clarke, Troop 72678,  Jules Struck, Troop 72678, and from Troop 72710, Siri Bjerke and Hannah Wixom. Photo courtesy of Jane Torpie.

Memorial Day Banner Carriers

posted Jun 19, 2013, 7:47 AM by Carrie Bjerke


Meriam's Corner Wreath Carriers

posted Jun 19, 2013, 7:46 AM by Carrie Bjerke



Over 20 Concord Girl Scouts braved a bitter wind to march in this year's Meriam's Corner Parade. 

This commemoration marks the assembly and actions of militia and minuteman units that arrived at Meriam’s Corner during the British retreat from Concord, Aril 19th, 1775.  After the Regulars’ withdrawal from the North Bridge where they had engaged with more than 400 Minutemen, they began a retreat back to Boston. By the time the Regulars arrived at this spot at half past noon, there were reported to be about 1,100 Minutemen in the area from more than a dozen towns. A challenge by the Regulars started a classic guerilla action, which continued for many hours as the outnumbered British retreated towards Boston.  At least two British privates were killed and several others wounded here during that initial exchange.  By the time the day was over, 49 Colonials had died, 73 British troops were killed, plus 173 wounded and missing.  Thus began a war that would not end until Yorktown, more than six long years later, and thus our nation was born.

Top Cookie Sellers in the Concord Journal

posted Jun 19, 2013, 7:38 AM by Carrie Bjerke   [ updated Jun 19, 2013, 7:43 AM ]


Avery Little, Cait Lewis, Grace Rodrigue, and Natalie Sacco once again led the Service Unit in cookie sales for 2013!  Congratulation, Girls!

Making Ice Cream is a "Reason to Be Cheerful" During Girl Scout Week

posted Apr 8, 2013, 11:12 AM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary   [ updated Apr 8, 2013, 11:14 AM ]




For the second year in a row, our local Girl Scouts have had the opportunity to work with the owners of "Reasons to Be Cheerful" in West Concord to make limited edition Thin Mint ice cream in honor of Girl Scout week.  Read all about the fun in a Wicked Local article by clicking HERE.

Girl Scout cookie sales start Friday

posted Dec 7, 2012, 12:58 PM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary   [ updated Dec 7, 2012, 12:59 PM ]


To the young cookie purveyors, they are a means of learning social and business skills while earning money for things like service projects, field trips and summer camp. But to the purchasers, they are the once-a-year opportunity to taste such iconic flavors as Thin Mints, Caramel DeLites, Peanut Butter Patties and Shortbreads.


Girl Scouts Participate in Concord Flag Retirement Ceremony

posted Nov 12, 2012, 10:28 AM by Carrie Bjerke   [ updated Dec 7, 2012, 1:00 PM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary ]



On November 11, 2012, approximately 30 Concord-Carlisle Girl Scouts participated in the Veterans Day Ceremony held at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.  To read a Wicked Local article on the ceremony with quotes from Girl Scouts, click HERE.  To see a video of portions of the ceremony, click HERE.



Brownies Celebrate Fall on Mt. Cardigan

posted Oct 6, 2012, 2:40 PM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary   [ updated Dec 7, 2012, 1:01 PM ]



Members of Willard School's 3rd Grade Brownie Troop 72710 kicked-off the new scouting year and celebrated the first day of fall by climbing Mt. Cardigan in New Hampshire.  They brought along the Concord Journal and snapped this shot on the summit.

Juniors Earn Bronze Award

posted Aug 18, 2012, 5:18 AM by Concord-Carlisle Webmaster/Secretary   [ updated Dec 7, 2012, 1:01 PM ]



Congratulations to the 15 Concord scouts who received their Bronze Awards from GSEM in June, 2012. Read the full newspaper article, written by one of the Juniors, detailing their project, "Cookies and Cuddles." 

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B76UnlF-l91dbGJGRHdndUNvUEk

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