In the olden times, women were considered to be born for only one purpose: to be a homemaker. They stayed at home most of the time and were not even allowed education in schools or join community activities. This was changed through the years through efforts of various societal factions, one of which is the Girl Scouts.
When is the Girl Scouts Day in 2017?
The Girl Scouts Day is on March 12, 2017, a Sunday.
The Girl Scouts Day is always celebrated on the 12th day of March in the United States of America each year.
The Origin and Purpose of the Girl Scouts Day:
The Girl Scouts Day is celebrated on its birthday, March 12. This date in 1912 is when the first Girl Scouts meeting, attended by eighteen ladies from Savannah, Georgia, occurred. It was headed by its founder, Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Law, aiming to develop the girls’ courage, character and confidence. Its original group name was “Girl Guides of America.”
The purpose of the special day is to acknowledge the Girl Scouts in America and their contributions in making the world a better place to live in. This is because the Girl Scouts of the United States of America encourages the ladies to go beyond their homes and develop themselves mentally, physically and spiritually for the good of their community.
The Girl Scouts Day celebration:
Girl Scouts Day in 2015 is its 103rd celebration though it was only in March 16, 1950 when the Girl Scouts became a national organization as chartered by the Congress of the United States of America. Highlighting the Girl Scout Week celebration, its activities include service and enrichment projects; mint cookie sales and other fund raisers; outdoor escapades; and, all kinds of camping.
When is the Girl Scouts Day in 2018?
The Girl Scouts Day is on March 12, 2018, a Monday.