Girl Scouts


Green Hill Girl Scouts

Green Hill supports our local Girl Scouts by serving as a meeting location for troop events and by hosting Girl Scout Sunday annually, during Girl Scout Week. 

Next Girl Scout Sunday:  March 10, 2019

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Any Girl Scout who has a proposal for a service project at Green Hill should contact the church office at 334-347-9530.  We would be happy to take part in a Gold, Silver, Bronze, or other project.  Proposals will be considered by the Elders.  Paperwork due to GSUSA for approval of the project is the responsibility of the Girl Scout.


goldThe Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn. This award can be earned by Girl Scout Seniors and Girl Scout Ambassadors.  This prestigious award represents a Girl Scout’s dedication and commitment to Girl Scouting and to her community. Earning the Girl Scout Gold Award requires hard work and a willingness to take on significant responsibility. For many, the leadership and organizational skills and sense of community and commitment that come from earning the Gold Award set the foundation for a lifetime of active citizenship.   The Gold Award project takes a minimum of 80 hours to complete.

The Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Cadette can earn, gives girls the chance to do big things and make their community better in the process. The Silver Award takes the participants through a seven-step process: identify an issue, build a Girl Scout Silver Award team, explore the community needs, choose a project, develop the project, make a plan, and put it into motion.  The Silver Award project takes a minimum of 50 hours to complete.

The Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can earn, requires girls to learn the leadership and planning skills necessary to follow through on a project that makes a positive impact on her community. Working toward this award demonstrates a Girl Scout’s commitment to helping others, improving her community and the world, and becoming the best she can be. The Bronze Award project takes a minimum of 20 hours to complete.

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