St. Philip's has a proud legacy in terms of our involvement with Girl Scouts. In 1939, the first Negro Brownie troop in the South was established at St. Philip's and we have had an active troop since that time. Girl Scouting is a great way for young ladies to gain life skills to help ensure success in family, school, and later in life. Girl Scout Troops #49, #462 and #643 meet at St. Philip's every second and fourth Tuesday evenings at 6 pm.
For more information, stop by one of our meetings or contact Debi Taliaferro at the St. Philip's office at 321-1266.
Girl Scouts discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together, and you can be a part of it! Whether you're a girl in the United States or overseas who wants to be a Girl Scout, a college student working on a community service project, a parent ready for an outdoor adventure with your daughter's troop, or an adult—female or male—looking to make a difference in a girl's life, there's something for you in Girl Scouts. The possibilities are endless!