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Girl Scout Ranger Program

  There are a million really great things about Idaho, but one very dear to Idaho’s outdoor enthusiasts is our National Parks. From mighty Yellowstone, towering City of Rocks, prehistoric Hagerman Fossil Beds, or the vast sci-fi landscape at Craters of the Moon, Idaho has a lot to offer! That’s why Girl Scouts and the…

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Friendship Fest A Success!

    On June 27 2015, we gathered with more than 120 of our friends. Julius Kleiner Park in Meridian offered a wonderful outdoor venue for our garden party fundraiser that included live and silent auctions, fund-a-need, Girl Scout BINGO, dessert tasting and dinner.    

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Building Bridges

Building Bridges Every year around this time, Girl Scouts of Silver Sage have the privilege to share and participate in our troops Bridging Ceremonies. During Bridging Ceremonies, girls are honored for their progression and growth, a symbolic ceremony of moving from one level to the next. Bridging is an important transition in a Girl Scout’s…

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It Takes A Village

We’re in the midst of some of our biggest fund raising efforts of the year. The Color Run, Shine Tour is racing in at the end of August and for every volunteer that Girl Scouts of Silver Sage provides for the event they will donate $40. With as many great volunteers as we have in…

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Girl Scouts in the News

Pocatello Troop Earns Bronze Award Pocatello Troop 38 collected coloring/activity books, crayons, markers, and colored pencils to build “Busy Bags” for their Bronze Award project. The made 246 Busy Bags and delivered them to patients at the Portneuf Medical Center. Amazing work, girls! Girl Scouts and Trout Unlimited Help Beautify Boise River On March 28,…

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