Bowie Girl Scout Troop 413 visited the Northview fire station on Bowie on Monday, delivering sweet treats and sweeter smiles.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Thursday, January 10, 2013
It's time to place your 2013 cookie order!
Since 1917, the Girl Scouts of the United States of America have been selling baked goods to raise funds to support local community service projects, maintain Girl Scout camps, develop programs and provide financial support to girls in need. Last year, in the Washington, DC, area alone, more than 4.5 million boxes of cookies were sold. While scouts still sell cookies door-to-door, the Girl Scouts have gone high-tech in the last few years, offering the "Cookie Club" website—which allows scouts to sell cookies via email—and launching the Girl Scout Cookie Locator app so that one is never more than a few clicks away from one's favorite cookies: So, we want to know, what is your favorite Girl Scout Cookie, and why?
Friday, August 24, 2012
The Girl Scouts celebrated 50 years of international friendship on Friday at Brookside Gardens.
Eight girls from Bowie Girl Scout Troop 542 and four girls from Troop 73 from Kiryu, Japan, met in Brookside Gardens in Wheaton earlier last week to celebrate a 50-year-old friendship.
Friday, August 17, 2012
The Girls Scouts were recruiting at National Night Out when a special guest stopped by.
Bowie Mayor G. Frederick Robinson stopped by the Girl Scout information table at National Night Out last week to wish them well on the 100th anniversary of their organization. The girls were there to recruit members. For more information in south Bowie, email GirlScouts228@gmail.com or in north Bowie, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-834-1702. This information and photo was submitted to Bowie Patch by Dorie Kelley. See more about National Night Out: