Girl Scouts is not on hold.

Whether virtually or in-person, Girl Scouts continues to help girls grow strong, resilient, and adaptable through the COVID-19 pandemic, rather than putting life, learning sisterhood, and building friendships on hold.

From the youngest Girl Scouts at 5 years old through their teens, Girl Scouts equips the next generation of female change-makers with the breadth of knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to take charge and do good for the world, both now and in the future—and with fun and exciting adventures.

Virtual and in-person troops are now forming. To join Girl Scouts parents of girls should do the following based on the communities in which they live:

Chilton—Contact Kim Holze at schnortz@charter.net. A recruitment event will be scheduled this fall. Information will be shared at www.gsmanitou.org and Girl Scouts of Manitou Council’s Facebook page.

Kiel—Come Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 6 p.m. to the Kiel City Park shelter, or contact Anna Doll at 920-565-4575 or anna@gsmanitou.org,

New Holstein—Come Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. to the Optimist Park Chalet, or contact April Lisch at april.lisch18@gmail.com. (This is Tuesday, not Monday as previously reported.)

Mount Calvary/St. Cloud—Come Thursday, Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m. (note corrected time) to the St. Cloud Fire Department, or contact Denise Meyer at dscoop_10@hotmail.com.

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