Scouting

Current Scout Offerings

Girl Scout Troup 30052

A new Daisy troop will be forming this September and meeting at IOHUMC. It is for 5 & 6 year old girls (Kindergarten and 1st grade). We’ll meet every Monday from 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm in the New Hope Room (Main building, first hallway by the office)

Girls in 2nd-6th grades are welcome to join the existing troop that meets from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm on Mondays in the New Hope Room (Main building, first hallway by the office).
For info or questions about both of these Girl Scout Troop groups, please contact troop leader Tia Geissler-Ross at tgeisslerross@cwtsatotravel.com or at 912-356-8322.

 

What is Scouting?

Cub Scouts (1-5th Grades): Cub scouting is a family oriented activity which promotes the development of positive moral values. Cub Scouts promise to do their duty to God and Country and to help other people at all times. They also camp, fish, hike, race pinewood derby cars and lots more! The packs are divided into smaller groups called “Dens.”

Girl Scouts and Brownies (K-12th Grades): Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia is dedicated to serving all girls though exciting and educational programs. We invite girls ages 5-17 to join us for the opportunity to have fun and make new friends while developing leadership skills and strong values that will prepare them for success in the real world. Through community service projects, field trips, cultural exchanges and other learning programs, Girl Scouting helps build character skills while encouraging girls to reach their full potential.

Boy Scouts (6-12th Grades): If you want to try high-adventure activities such as backpacking, rock climbing, camping, swimming, canoeing, and sailing, come join us! Scouts do these things and much more year-round. Scouting has a reputation for helping youth develop self-reliance, strong character, respect for others, good citizenship skills, and physical and mental fitness. For over a century, our programs have instilled in young men the values and knowledge that they need to become leaders in their communities and in their countries.