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Are you interested in learning a sport, sampling the arts, preparing for a career, or pitching a tent? Do you dream of publishing stories online, traveling to exotic locales, or speaking on behalf of girls in your town? In Girl Scouting, you can do it all! Girls can join at any age — as a Girl Scout Daisy (grades K-1), Girl Scout Brownie (grades 2-3), Girl Scout Junior (grades 4-5), Girl Scout Cadette (grades 6-8), Girl Scout Senior (grades 9-10), or Girl Scout Ambassador (grades 11-12). It's never too late to join in the fun.
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Join a troop/group with a group of girls and a couple of adults in your area. If you would like information regarding troop placement for your daughter or a girl within your community, please fill out this online form.
Register individually through many Pathways. The Girl Scout Pathways include: troops, events, special interest, travel, virtual (being developed). Here is the official description of pathways. http://www.girlscouts.org/for_adults/volunteering/ways_to_volunteer.asp.
To join so, please fill out this online form. Girls wanting to join Girl Scouts, but who choose not to participate in a troop or group activities may register as an individual girl member. These individual girl members are known as Juliettes. Juliettes are afforded an equal opportunity for participation in all activities and both Product Programs offered by Oakville Service Unit and Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Sign up for Girl Scout Camp. Our Camps are seasonal. Check out our Regional Camps page.

Interested in a Girl Scout Day Camp in Morrisville, PA? Contact Us to get more information. Check out our Day Camp page.

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