Girl Scouts

Are you ready to lead like a Girl Scout?

At Girl Scouts we combine life skills, STEM, the outdoors, and entrepreneurship with civic engagement to deliver crucial, life-changing, girl-led programming. Our proven approach gives girls the opportunities to unleash their inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™, prepare for a lifetime of leadership, and change the world. Whoa!

So what will you do? Cookies, badges, campfires, and friendship bracelets? You bet! But we’re so much more than that. At Girl Scouts, you’ll always get to think big, try new things, and be a role model in your community. Here, the possibilities are absolutely endless. Because once your inner leader takes center stage, anything – and we mean anything – is possible.

If you are interested in exploring Girl Scouts as an option for your daughter, please fill out this form. A Troop Leader or the PRM Girl Scout Coordinator will reach out to you as soon as possible to discuss your options. You can also email the PRM Girl Scout Coordinator directly at [email protected] with any questions.

Girl Scout troops at PRM are entirely volunteer-led, and all troops work with Girl Scouts of Western Ohio to develop programs and activities appropriate for the Girl Scout program level:
• Girl Scout Daisies: Grades K–1
• Girl Scout Brownies: Grades 2–3
• Girl Scout Juniors: Grades 4–5
• Girl Scout Cadettes: Grades 6–8

Interested girls may join existing troops if there is space. New troops may form at any time – troops need at least 2 volunteer leaders to plan and organize the meetings, badge work and field trips. Parents should be prepared to volunteer on some level – it is expected that parents or other family members will help their daughter’s troop in some capacity.

Cub Scouts

Adventure is waiting! Build yours at PRM Pack #25

Cub Scouts encourages young people to make friends, be helpful to others, and do their very best no matter the outcome.

Understanding honor, leadership, and code of conduct are just a few skills PRM Cub Scouts learn. How to build a proper campsite, performing a flag ceremony, and a proper handshake are all a part of our meetings and our culture.

Our pack welcomes all youth from kindergarten to grade 5. Pack 25 has five dens organized by grade level with activities appropriate for their level.

Every year each den completes six badge requirements and one elective. These are woven into fun, informative and learning activities suited for the den. We also have regular pack meetings for bigger events such as our rocket launch, Pinewood Derby, and family campouts.

During the school year, we meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 6:00-7:00pm. Interested in Pack 25? Sign up today

If you have questions, please email us at [email protected]