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Girl Scouting -- Hawaiian Style
Girl Scouting in Hawaii is awesome! Girl Scouts in Hawaii enjoy all of the same adventures of making new friends, learning new skills, and making important decisions about their lives that all other Girl Scouts and Guides around the world experience, but in Hawaii girls learn to live the unique spirit of ALOHA in their everyday lives. More than a just a word, Aloha means a variety of things to the Hawaiian people, but most especially it means love, affection, compassion and grace. Girl Scouts learn that the Girl Scout Promise and Law embodies the spirit of ALOHA that guides the citizens of this beautiful State. Girl Scouts in Hawaii learn to sew flower leis to use for greetings, they learn how to dance the hula, and to sing Hawaiian songs. They meet girls from all over the nation who are living here with their military families, and girls from other nations such as the Phillipines, Japan, Korea, and American Samoa.

For more information, contact us at the
Hawaii Council · 420 Wyllie Street · Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone 808-595-8400 · Fax 808-595-3006
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