Below are several ways your individual Girl Scout, troop or service unit can help in the 100th Anniversary celebration! Don’t forget to share your events so we can add to our 100th anniversary calendar on our website!
Participate in your town’s Veterans, Christmas and/or St. Patrick’s Day parades and carry a Council banner (available for checkout from Council offices) and 100th anniversary logo shirts. Please share with your CDM and the Communications Department when and where you participate in a parade and don’t forget to turn in photos!
Hold a Girl Scout uniform fashion show in your area. (Different sizes, grade level and decade costumes available for checkout from Council offices). Please share with your CDM and the Communications Department where and when your fashion show will be held and don’t forget to turn in photos!
Exhibits at local libraries
Create an exhibit at your local library (or other local business) showcasing Girl Scouting over the past 100 years. Please share with your CDM and the Communications Department where and when your exhibit will be held and don’t forget to turn in photos!
Forever Green Artwork
Participate individually or as a troop in our Forever Green Exhibit at the Birmingham Museum of Art. See additional guidelines and registration form.
Forever Green Projects!
Select a project that is in line with the Council’s Forever Green initiative. Please share with your CDM and don’t forget to turn in photos! www.girlscoutsnca.org/forevergreen.
Participate in our video contest: 100 Ways Girls Can Change the World. You have the chance to create your own video for GSNCA! One video will be chosen to be shared on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social media outlets (and perhaps other venues). Please use the following guidelines when creating your video.
- Videos should be two to five minutes long.
- Videos must use the new GSNCA logo which can be found on our website
- Videos must include the Council website (www.girlscoutsnca.org)
- Videos must include the Council 800# (800-734-4541)
- Videos must be inclusive of the Council as a whole so we may use everywhere – not specifying a specific city, troop or area
- Girl Scout apparel with the new logo is recommended if using any girls in the photo
- If wearing a sash or vest, the North-Central Alabama Council ID patch must be on the uniform.
- Video should be turned in as a .wmv file or as an .mpeg file
Please remember that media/logo policies still apply during our 100th anniversary events!