trivia

Test Your Girl Scout Knowledge — Question 10

You’ve made it! This is the final question in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Here we go: How do Girl Scout troops often close their meetings? This is question 10 of 10 in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Comment on the post with your answers. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a copy of our 100th Anniversary keepsake book. To view other questions click here. Submit your answers by 5 pm Monday, August 27 to qualify […]

Test Your Girl Scout Knowledge — Question 9

We’re coming down the home stretch! Tomorrow’s post will be the final question in our trivia contest. We’ll give everyone a few days to catch up and answer all of the questions before the contest closes. All answers must be submitted by 5 pm Monday, August 27 in order to qualify for the book discount. So here, we go—here’s today’s question: How many Girl Scout councils were consolidated in 1962 to create Girl Scouts of Central Maryland? This is question 9 of […]

Test Your Girl Scout Knowledge — Question 8

Just three more questions to go! Here’s today’s: What two programs did GSCM initiate that are now nationally recognized? This is question 8 of 10 in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Comment on the post with your answers. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a copy of our 100th Anniversary keepsake book. To view other questions click on the post tag “trivia.” Good luck! Note: When leaving your answer in the comments, please comment with a […]

Test your Girl Scout Knowledge – Questions 5, 6 and 7

We took a little break from Girl Scout trivia over the weekend so we’re catching up today. Here are the next three questions in our 100th anniversary trivia contest: Question 5: What instrument was traditionally used, and sometimes still is today, to wake up girls at Girl Scout camp? Question 6: What is the oldest GSCM Camp that is still in use today? Question 7: From what organization did Lamb Lodge at Camp Woodlands receive an Award of Merit? These are the […]

Test your Girl Scout knowledge – Question 4

Yesterday’s question was a tough one so we added a hint. Be sure to check it out on yesterday’s post.  Good luck! Here is today’s trivia question: Which Maryland Senator is a lifetime Girl Scout and continued supporter of GSCM? This is question four of 10 in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Comment on the post with your answer. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a copy of our 100th Anniversary keepsake book. To view other […]

Test your Girl Scout Knowledge – Question 3

Today’s trivia question is a tough one, but I know you can get it! Here’s today’s trivia question: What was the name of central Maryland’s first campsite? Bonus: When did it open? Hint: You’ll find the answer in the Winter 2008 issue of GirlsWorld, available for download on our website. This is question three of ten in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Comment on the post with your answer. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a […]

Test Your Girl Scout Knowledge! – Question 2

Here’s today’s trivia question: Where are the two Caitlin Dunbar Nature Center locations? This is question two out of ten in our 100th Anniversary trivia contest. Comment on the post with your answer. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a copy of our 100th Anniversary keepsake book. To view other questions click on the post tag “100th anniversary trivia.” Good luck! Note: When leaving your answer in the comments, please comment with a current e-mail address. […]

Test Your Girl Scout Knowledge! – Question 1

Are you a Girl Scout expert? We invite you to test your Girl Scout knowledge by participating in our 100th Anniversary Trivia Contest! Over the next 10 days we will post questions here on our blog about the history of Girl Scouts in central Maryland. Comment on the post with your answer. If you answer all 10 questions correctly you will win 10% off a copy of our 100th Anniversary keepsake book. Here’s today’s question: What was the name of the first […]

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