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You are invited to join the fun! No matter how you were involved with Girl Scouts – as a Brownie for a year, a Gold Award Girl Scout, a first-time troop leader or an adult member – you are forever part of a 50-million strong network of Girl Scout alums with success stories to tell and memories to share. 

If you were ever a Girl Scout anywhere in the world, join today to get involved with other alums at Kentucky's Wilderness Road! Reconnect with old friends while making new ones and help keep the legacy going for a new generation of girls.

Connect with other alums who have also experienced the positive impact of Girl Scouts and enjoy all the fun Girl Scouts still has to offer. Once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout!

  • Register as an Alum with Kentucky's Wilderness Road!



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GSKWR Alum Events
Bridging to Adults for Graduating Seniors
Saturday, August 6, 2022 
10:00am - 2:00pm
Camp Judy Layne
Grown Up Girl Scouts Kick Off Meeting
Saturday, September 10, 2022
10:00am - 2:00pm
Lexington Office


Cookie Tasting Tailgate
October 2022
Location TBD
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Girl Scout Stories


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  • “I love Girl Scouts’ active, hands-on learning. You don’t just read or watch something, but you actually get to do it.”            - Chef Ouita Michel, GSKWR Alum


  • “I believe that being a Girl Scout was one of the sparks to my passion.” - Yajaira Aich West, GSKWR Alum

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  • “Girl Scouts helps girls become strong women.”                         - Lois Lee, GSKWR Alum


  • “The journey of a lifetime is what Girl Scouts is all about.”         - Nora Denning, GSKWR Alum

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  • “Sometimes taking a chance comes with failure, but that’s okay. Girl Scouts is the place where failure is welcomed. Dust yourself off, get up, and try again.”                                                -  Pat Haight, GSKWR Alum