Welcome to the Chanhassen area Girl Scout site!

Chanhassen Girl Scouts are served by the Northern Skies Service Unit, which reports to Girl Scouts of the Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys. We primarily draw our membership from girls that attend or attended Bluff Creek Elementary, Chanhassen Elementary, St. Hubert’s Catholic School and Chapel Hill Academy or home schooled girls living in Chanhassen.

There are more than 400 Chanhassen area Girl Scouts. The service unit offers members a variety of activities throughout the year, including its very popular summer Twilight Camp.

For further information on Northern Skies Service Unit and its troops, please e-mail us through the contact us page.

2017 Twilight Camp
Planning is well under way for camp this summer.  Dates are set for 7/24 – 7/27 and registration is now open on line.  We’re still looking for a few more adult and older girl volunteers now to help plan and run activities.  Please contact Jennifer Veum for details at: jdveum@msn.com

2017 End of Year Picnic and Bridging Ceremony
The Service Unit will be hosting a picnic on Thursday night, June 1st at Lake Ann Park.  All Chanhassen Troops are invited.  Those troops bridging to a new level will be able to walk across our ceremonial bridge and celebrate their advancement.  Please see this flier for details

2017 Daisy Tea
The Daisy Troops of Chanhassen enjoyed the best-ever annual Daisy Tea Party on Sunday 5/21. The event was hosted by Junior Troop 16639 and Cadette Troop 15048.  See this flier for details

2017 Cookie Rally
We had a fun day to celebrate the start of cookie season at the Chanhassen Library on February 5th!  Please see this flier for details

2016 Fall Open House
Join us on October 9 at the Chanhassen Rec Center!  Please see this flier for more information.

About Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys

In partnership with 18,000 adult volunteers, the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys helps nearly 45,000 girls each year—in all or portions of 49 counties in southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin—to discover new abilities, connect with new friends, and take action to improve their communities. Girl Scouts is the world’s preeminent leadership development organization for girls, building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.  For more information, visit www.girlscoutsrv.org.