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May Store News 

It's Girl Scout "Party" Time!

Get one of these fun patches that best describes your Troop’s “End of Year” celebration. If you are looking for something more specific, contact your nearest GSGLA store and they will help you find the perfect patch for your party/activity. We do special orders once a week. All patch orders need to be placed on Tuesdays by 5 pm to get on that week’s order. Fun Patches: $1.50 or $1.75 each.


Congratulate with a Gold Award Gift!

The Gold Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn. Recognize and celebrate by choosing from these specific Gold Award items available in our GSGLA stores or online.  Plus, our mobile store will be at the Gold Award Ceremony for any last minute gift shopping too!



GSGLA Collectible Pins Have Arrived!

Start collecting our new pins now! They look great on caps, lanyards, totes or your Girl Scout tops and outerwear. Fun for both girls and volunteers! Watch for new ones at “Back to Troop”!


A starter kit is the way to go if you're a new Girl Scout or bridging to your next Girl Scout level. We’ve eliminated the guess work & included The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting, the GSGLA Council Fun Patch, American Flag Patch, Insignia Tab, World Trefoil Pin Council ID Set, and Membership Pin in every kit. Girls just need to choose an official uniform item (sash, vest or tunic), & journey book to get a NEW free bag. ($14 value). She has a choice of a pink or black G.I.R.L. bag too!!!

Robotics are a Blast!


If you haven’t done the Robotics badges yet, you should. It’s one of the most popular badges that girls are earning now. Sold in our stores are the badge requirements and the badges. There are 3 badges to earn at each level. Pictured here is just 1 of the 3 badges that girls can earn. These badges are super cute and these are coming for Cadette, Senior and Ambassador in August 2018.

Badge Requirements- $5 each    Robotic Badges- $3 each


Graduation Season is Here!

This year we have some NEW Girl Scout graduation regalia available. Many schools are allowing these types of regalia items to be worn during ceremonies, but you should contact your school to make sure before purchasing.