Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Alumnae

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Alumnae

Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

Were you a Girl Scout? Would you like to get plugged back in to the Girl Scout Movement and join us in building girls of courage, confidence, and character? To join our activities locally or national you can:

  • Join locally, through the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Council, by clicking on the following and return as instructed on the form: Alumnae Outreach Form
  • Join the national Alumnae group, by filling out this registration form and you will become a member of this national sisterhood!

Both Ways, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana will contact you to let you know how you can get involved, or just get more information on our organization.

Girl Scouts Alumnae Association

If you need additional help locating a resource, you can always call your local service center for assistance. If you have suggestions or want to share your experiences in Girl Scouting, please drop us a line.

Girl Scouts Wants You!
Volunteers Needed to Help Local Girls

LOUISVILLE, KY (July 12, 2010) – Who says leadership is just for boys? Today, there are more female leaders in our society than ever — but still far too few at the very top. The leadership gap begins in girlhood. That’s where Girl Scouts can help… but we need dedicated adults to make that happen.

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana is looking for volunteers to share their experiences with local girls. As a Girl Scout Volunteer, you’ll add meaningful days to a girl’s life and to your own as well. Tackle everything from climate change to election reform. Share your personal passions and create experiences together that neither of you will ever forget.

You don’t have to be a mother of a young girl to be a volunteer. You can be a college student, retiree, male, or female—as long as you have the passion to use your time and talents to build girls of courage, confidence and character, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana wants you. Volunteering is fun, flexible and rewarding, and participating in the program doesn’t require a large time commitment.

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana CEO Lora Tucker wants adults from all walks of life to join the movement. “For volunteers, Girl Scouts provides a way to have a direct effect on girls’ leadership development on a national scale. We work together to help girls discover what they can do, learn how to connect with others and take action together to transform their world,” Tucker says.

Share your talents and skills with Girl Scouts and build a network of contacts, gain resume experience, and change a girl’s life forever.  If you can help, please call Girl Scouts at (502) 636-0900 or visit

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