A Girl Scout bucket list created by Katie L.

1.    Go to a weeklong summer camp

2.    Sell Girl Scout Cookies

3.    Visit Juliette Gordon Low’s birthplace in Savannah Georgia

4.    Host a meeting for a younger troop

5.    Sing Girl Scout songs around a campfire

6.    Be a camp counselor

7.    Have a Girl Scout or Girl Guide pen pal from another country

8.    Make and swap Swaps

9.    Hike to Our Chalet in Switzerland

10. Visit Pax Lodge in England

11. Attend a session at Our Cabana in Mexico

12. Visit Sangam in India

13. Go to a World Thinking Day event

14. Go to Girlapalooza

15. Go camping with your troop in somebody’s backyard

16. Earn your Bronze Award

17. Earn your Silver Award

18. Finish your Gold Award project

19. Go to a Father/Daughter dance

20. Take a self-defense class

21. Write letters to military service men and women overseas

22. Host a mother/daughter tea

23. March in a parade

24. Hold a canned food drive

25. Go to Six Flags

26. Take a tour of the CNN Center

27. Host a Bridging ceremony

28. Go to Stone Mountain Park

29. Go to Ingathering

30. Have an ice cream social event for Leader Appreciation Day

31. Go tubing

32. Make a scrapbook

33. Have a troop lock-in

34. Go animal tracking

35. Take a Lego robotics class

36. Have a pool party

37. Go to the Festival of Trees

38. Go bowling with your troop

39. Go to leader/daughter camping

40. Sing Christmas carols

41. Take a nature hike

42. Stargaze with your troop

43. Host a Service Unit flag ceremony

44. Have a Rededication ceremony

45. Visit a nursing home

46. Go whitewater rafting

47. Go fishing

48. Volunteer at a homeless shelter

49. Go platform tent camping

50. Zip line with your troop

51. Have a karaoke party

52. Go horseback riding

53. Take an outdoor cooking class

54. Learn a new craft

55. Go snow skiing

56. Take an archery class

57. Go canoeing

58. Go swimming as a troop with a lifeguard

59. Visit the Fox Theater

60. Learn songs to sing around a campfire

61. Do a community service project

62. Go to Zoo Atlanta

63. Visit the Georgia Aquarium

64. Plan a movie night for your troop

65. Dress up and go out to dinner with your troop

66. Sell Girl Scout Cookies at a cookie booth

67. Take a dance class with your troop

68. Go to a blueberry patch and pick some blueberries

69. Go on a hayride

70. Find your way through a corn maze

71. Take a yoga class

72. Cook a meal for your Girl Scout family

73. Make smoothies with your troop

74. Go geocaching (look it up if you don’t know what it is)

75. Learn to knit

76. Make some jewelry

77. Go to play with your troop and talk to the actors after the show

78. Decorate Christmas trees for a retirement home

79. Have book club with your troop. Everyone in your reads the

same book and then talks about it while drinking hot chocolate.

80. Go orienteering

81. Go to Girl Scout Day at the Capitol

82. Have makeovers with your troop

83. Earn your Horse Fan Badge

84. Do a team building activity

85. Climb a climbing wall

86. Volunteer with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

87. Have a baked goods sale

88. Have a car wash

89. Visit the World of Coke

90. Have a pizza party

91. Learn about careers

92. Visit a college fair

93. Take a CPR class

94. Go to Build a Bear

95. Go to the nail salon with your troop

96. Earn your Program Aide award

97. Go to Callaway Gardens

98. Go to Babyland General

99. Learn about WAGGGS

100.              Earn your Senior Girl Scout Community Service Bar

101.              Be a member of the Lime Green Giraffe.

For more activities you can go to the Girl Scout (girlscouts.org) website or to the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta (gsgatl.org) website! Have fun. Make your years in Girl Scouting count!

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