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Girl Scouting is where today's girls can become tomorrow's leaders. Membership in Girl Scouts is open to girls grades K-12. Girl Scouts find a safe place to grow and share new experiences, learn to relate to others, develop values, and contribute to society. learn more

Volunteer today with the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana.

As a volunteer you will be a positive influence in the lives of tomorrow’s leaders. Whether you have a few hours, or would like a long term opportunity, we have flexible ways for you to get involved! Learn More...

Join the Press Corp!

Apply for the 2014-2015 GSK Press Corp. Press Corp members will represent Girl Scouts in the community, during interviews and write for the GSK blog! All Girl Scouts and adult volunteers are welcome to apply. Deadline for applications is October 31st. Apply today!

The MakerPlace

Presented by Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana and the Kentucky Science Center

We’ve got The MakerPlace! Based on the popular Maker Movement and the variety of makerspaces popping up in communities across the country, The MakerPlace brings science, technology, engineering and mathematics to life through designing, building, tinkering and inventing using ordinary, everyday items, gizmos, and gadgets. For more information, click on the logo!



Anna Maria Chavez Sets the Record Straight

GSUSA's CEO Anna Maria Chavez talks about recent misconceptions about our organization.


National Young Woman of Distinction

Julia Bache

Julia led the charge to successfully nominate and preserve the Buck Creek Rosenwald School in Shelby County, KY to the US National Registry of Historical Places. She is the youngest person to do so in Kentucky and the first Kentucky Girls Scout to earn a spot as a National Young Women of Distinction from Girl Scouts of the United States.

Julia’s work has led to speaking engagements around Kentucky and in Washington, DC. Being selected as a Young Woman of Distinction is the highest honor for any Girl Scout. Less than three percent of Girl Scouts earn this recognition.

Julia will be recognized for her success at the Girl Scout National Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah this fall and will receive a $5000 scholarship.




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