Not only is October 31 Halloween, but it is also the day that Girl Scouts of the USA founder Juliette Gordon Low was born! Juliette Gordon Low was born into an elite family of Savannah, Georgia in 1860. Though she was educated in subjects typical for a woman of her elevated social class such as … Continue reading Founder’s Day
Today is Founder's Day--Juliette Gordon Low's Birthday!Born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on October 31, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia, “Daisy,” as she was affectionately known, descended from a long line of strong and independent women.Juliette was a sensitive, curious, and adventurous girl known for her sense of humor, compassion, and concern for others. She was interested … Continue reading Happy Birthday Juliette Gordon Low!
Elevate the legacy of Girl Scouts’ founder—sign our petition to support renaming the Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savannah after Juliette Gordon Low. There are so many reasons this iconic bridge should honor our go-getting founder! As the founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low has had an extraordinary influence on the lives of millions of … Continue reading Girl Scout Action Alert: Sign Our Petition to Name the Savannah Bridge in Honor of Juliette Gordon Low!
October 31 is Juliette Gordon Low's Birthday! Troops 40023 and 40209 celebrated this special day with their fellow Girl Scout sisters on Wednesday, October 25th at Pismo Beach Cities Lions Club at a costume party.The Girl Scouts collected canned foods as admission to the party and all goods were donated to Five Cities Christian Women’s … Continue reading Troops 40023 and 40209 Celebrate Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthday!
Hello, Girl Scouts! We're approaching one of my favorite holidays of the year----Founder's Day, October 31, on which we commemorate and celebrate Juliette Gordon Low's birthday. Born on Halloween in 1860, Juliette noted that she "was born on the night when witches, imps, and fairies roamed the earth!" If she were around to say the … Continue reading A message from Girl Scouts of the USA’s Interim CEO, Sylvia Acevedo