For Girl Scouts, Halloween is much more than costumes and candy – it’s also our founder’s birthday! In 1860, Juliette Gordon Low was born in Savannah and began a life that would ultimately lead to the creation of our beloved organization!
To celebrate, many of our troops celebrate through birthday parties, costume parties, service projects, and more! Check out some of the highlights from around council below!
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“Troop 30384 in Kenmore celebrated Juliette low’s birthday with a special visit from Juliette herself! We decorated cupcakes and sang happy birthday.”
“Troop 20237 came together to celebrate Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday at their recent meeting. The girls tried their hand at pancake flipping and learned facts of Juliette Gordon Low with their pumpkin craft. The girls brought in snack items to help fill the snack cupboard at their meeting place, the Dunkirk Free Library.”
“Troop 20258 made birthday bags (cake mix, frosting, candles, pan, plates) to celebrate Juliette Low’s birthday. They also had a little party and made sit upons. The birthday bags were donated to Rural Ministries in Dunkirk.”
“East Rochester 1st year Brownie Troop 61018 had a Juliette Gordon Low Halloween STEM meeting complete with “poison” apples, parachute spiders and a creepy touch if you dare!”
“We (Troop 60392) celebrated Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday this year by wrapping gifts, making cards and filling bags for Happy Birthday Cha Cha Cha. This is an amazing organization and I am so proud of the girls for their community service!!”
The East Rochester Service Unit had this amazing pumpkin at their Harvest Walk!
“Troops 20258 and 20010 collaborated together to make a birthday basket filled with a Girl Scouts drawstring bag, Future Girl Scout t-shirt and bib, baby toys, diapers, wipes, and more. Each troop had a representative to donate the basket to Brooks Memorial Hospital to be given to the first girl born on Halloween in honor of Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday. 💚🎂”