Girl Scouts Troops

St Peter Girl Scouts is open to all girls from Kindergarten - High School & their families, so spread the word to your school, neighborhood & parish friends! 

Food Drive for Loaves & Fishes 
Thank you for your generous support at our collection drive before masses for Loaves and Fishes. The Girl Scout Troops of St Peter collected  more than 600 Items. We received canned meats and tuna, canned pasta and sauces, cereal, oatmeal, canned fruits, vegetables and beans, and many more foods that are desperately needed in the Loaves and Fishes food pantry. After collecting at all masses we had a fun games day on The Green. We played and reacquainted ourselves with the other scout troops. There are   Currently 5 troops meeting at St Peter representing scout from kindergarten through high school.

 

 

 

 

We are recruiting girls that are in kindergarten through 12th grade. Leaders and volunteers are needed for new and expanding troops.  We will train new leaders and support the new troops throughout the year. There will be space reserved for scout meetings and activities on Sundays from noon to 3 pm in Benedict Hall. Meetings/activities are coordinated through Joanne Shea  [email protected]

Girl Scouts Meet at St. Peter Catholic Church in Benedict Hall - 2nd floor, 500 S. College St.

Daisies                (k-1 grade)

Brownies             (2-3 grade)

Juniors                 (4-5 grade) 

Cadettes              (6-8 grade)      Older scouts  (9 -12 grade) 

The Girl Scouting program depends on adult volunteers, so please plan to be part a troop - building girls of Courage, Confidence & Character!

Gold and Silver Awards Earned

Lauren Eckmair // LessonShare
Troop 10, Meck 19. Lauren created a music lending library program to address the financial burden of music lesson books. She partnered with a local arts organization whose goal is to make arts education available to students of all ages, skill levels, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Through her project, free music lesson books are now available to music students with a financial need. Her step-by-step procedure manual has been shared with more than 180 community-based music education organizations inspire them to take similar action.

Lillian Naomi Smith // Digitizing Friendship Trays Meal Delivery Map
Troop 562, Meck 19. Lillian’s concern for the elderly and homebound people suffering from food insecurity inspired her to partner with Friendship Trays to create a digitized delivery system with digital driving instructions and real time client data. This user friendly application has simplified their entire delivery process whereas before they were relying on a very complicated delivery map. This new system has proven to be safer and much more efficient allowing them to better serve their clients.

Soha Desai and Hannah McNeirney// Optimism Outreach

Troop 562, Meck 19. Soha and Hannah earned their Girl Scout Silver Award together. For their project, they created “Optimism Outreach,” which is a project focusing on mental health awareness and positivity. Small notecards were decorated and distributed with a QR code to lead people to the Optimism Outreach website, which had additional resources like links to additional information and a quick survey to track how far the project had reached.