beautiful about our alumnae:
You are invited to join the fun! Whether you were a member for two years or 10 years, once you have become a Girl Scout you’re always a Girl Scout to us!
All Girl Scouts (18 years and older), including former and current volunteers and staff, are invited to join Girl Scouts of Citrus Alumnae and reconnect with the organization that helped you become the successful person you are today!
Add your name to our growing list of registered GSC Alumnae! This is the place to connect with other alumnae who have also experienced the positive impact of Girl Scouts in their life and to enjoy all the fun GSC Alumnae has to offer!
Joining the GSC Alumnae is FREE!
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GSUSA Alumnae Association
We encourage our alumnae, volunteers and staff members to register with the National Girl Scout Alumnae Association. Visit the official GSUSA Alumnae Association and register today
The GSC Alumnae fosters lifelong Girl Scout connections by providing opportunity for involvement, supporting and promoting the work of Girl Scouts of Citrus and inspiring generations of girls who change the world.
- Afternoon Tea with the Juliette Gordon Low Society
- An Alumna STEM Superstar
- Celebrate Girl Scout Alumnae at the 2016 Forever Green Breakfast
During my childhood in Honduras, I was fortunate to join a local Girl Scouts chapter, and it set me on a course for lifelong service to others. While working alongside my peers and aspiring toward the accomplishments of my mentors, I found my calling. I am grateful for the experience of being a Girl Scout and wholeheartedly recommend it to any girl who wants to discover or strengthen her personal passions.
I was a Girl Scout through the end and back then, had no knowledge of any alumnae opportunities to continue to carry that wonderful spirit we all shared forward. My fondest memories of the GS were when I learned new things that forced me out of my comfort zone and made me stronger. And the most wonderful memories, were when we shared adventures as a group and everyone played their part to accomplish whatever fun mission we were on.
Girl Scouts is more than just cookie sales and campfires. For me, Girl Scouts taught me how to be a team player, problem solving skills, the true meaning of friendship and gave me quality time with my mom and sister. Troop 1949 forever!
I have had some wonderful memories in the past 30 years in girl scouts. Watching girls grow from a very quiet girl into a confident young lady. Having young ladies, even those who were not even in my troops come back to me after they have married and some have families or have pursued a career and talk about their experience in Girl Scouts is just an awesome feeling to know that we have made a difference in their lives.
I remember feeling honored to wear the uniform, to earn badges, and to belong to a group of like-minded girls who enjoyed learning and growing together. For me, the best part was making friends and joining them on scouting adventures. I learned many important, life-lessons during my time in scouting, chiefly among them, respect. Respect for my community, for others, and for myself.