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GSGLA Clubs & Teams

GSGLA offers a number of clubs and teams that are open to interested troops and individual Girl Scouts.

Color Guard & Flag Corps

The GSGLA Color Guard Team performs opening and closing flag ceremonies at various community and sporting events. In addition to learning how to carry, present, and march in formation, the team also teaches flag protocol to troops and other groups. For information and to join please contact Carolyn Goss at

Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB) 

The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB) is a dynamic group of Girl Scouts from every level—Daisy to Ambassador—and from all over the greater Los Angeles area. GAB girls speak up and speak out, acting as the voice of more than 40,000 Girl Scouts, representing the council at media and civic events. Plus, GAB members have the honor and distinction of membership, engage in leadership and media workshops and field trips, and share their ideas and stories with the council and the community. For more information, please contact Melanie Larsen at

Girls LEAD

Girls LEAD provides Girl Scouts in grades 7 to 12 opportunities to acquire skills in leadership, project management and interpersonal relationships. Throughout the year the girl-led group works together to design, develop and carry out several key projects to benefit the community. Meetings are held monthly at the Arcadia Service Center, usually on the second Thursday of the month (check GSGLA Program Calendar for upcoming dates). Many of the activities fulfill leadership and community hours, applicable to any IPA, the Gold Award, or the Silver Award. Participation in the group is free. For more information please contact Stephanie Verdugo at

Hiking Club

Get outdoors, get moving, and explore your environment with the GSGLA Hiking Club! Open to Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girls Scouts, the Hiking Club allows girls to explore hikes all around different parts of the Council with their troops, families, and other GSGLA Girl Scouts. Each hike cost $5 per person (register through the Program Calendar). Participants earn the GSGLA Hiking Club patch on their first hike and a rocker bar for each individual hike they complete after that.

Robotics Teams

What is Girl Scout Robotics all about? Team Work! Creativity! Hands-On! FUN! GSGLA offers three levels of robotics teams: FIRST LEGO League Junior for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scouts (6-9 years of age), FIRST LEGO League for Junior and Cadette Girl Scouts (9-14 years of age), and FIRST Tech Challenge  for Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts (14+ years of age). For these annual programs, teams form during the spring and summer and the competition season starts in September. Click links above for information about each level of robotics.

S.O.S. Brigade

The GSGLA S.O.S. Brigade (Sudden Opportunities of Service) is a call list of troops and girls who can jump to service at a moment’s notice to help the council and the community. Service can include exciting media and civic appearances, great council events, fun flag ceremonies and other events and activities. Click here for more information and to sign up.