Girl Scouts Of New Mexico Trails Special Membership Program For New Daisy Girl Scouts


Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is offering a special membership program for incoming kindergarten and first grade girls to introduce them to  the Girl Scout Program during the summer months. Girls who register as new Daisy Girl Scouts  between May and July will receive self-guided badge programs for three months and an extended  membership year. The limited time registration fee of $50 will provide membership through September 2023.  

“This is an ideal time to for young girls to join Girl Scouts,” said Melissa Bruney, Chief  Membership Officer for Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails. “As new kindergarteners and first  graders, they have started settling into their school routines, making friends, and expanding their  knowledge. Girl Scouts builds on this foundation and gives them additional skills and new  friendships that will last a lifetime.” 

As part of this membership program, newly registered Daisy Girl Scouts will receive badge  programs in the mail for three months, allowing them to earn their first Girl Scout Badges. These  badges include Design with Nature, where girls learn about nature and wildlife, and the Toy  Business Design, which gives girls the opportunity to learn business and creative skills. In the fall,  these new Girl Scouts will be placed in a troop where they can continue to build their curiosity,  kindness and can-do spirit while making new friends.

Families can register their girls by visiting between May and July. If families have questions, they can contact Girl Scouts of New Mexico  Trails at or 505-343-1040. 

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