Girl Scouts of Western Ohio

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio, the fifth largest in the USA, serves nearly 50,000 girls in a 32 county area throughout western Ohio and southeast Indiana. More than 14,000 trained volunteers work to provide services and deliver the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls. Four regional Girl Scout Centers are located in Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima and Toledo. Our council is rich with history, including that in 1917 the first Girl Scout Charter in the United States was issued to the Toledo Girl Scout Council. For information about the history of each region click here.

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