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Enhance your Girl Scout experience by joining a special interest club!

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Art Club

Art Club purpose is to provide a place where Girl Scouts can explore art mediums, techniques, and methods, develop their individual skill, and share their love of art with others. Art Club meets once a month on Saturday afternoons, and each meeting explores a new topic chosen by club members.

Upcoming event: In April, this club will host an invitational meeting for 5th grade Juniors (featuring paint splatter!) to provide an opportunity to learn what Art Club is all about. For more information contact Patricia Marshall at

Garden Club

All girls and their adults are welcome at Garden Club meetings. Come learn something new each month, help tend the native plant garden and the butterfly-attracting meadow, "Whispering Wings," develop new skills while earning badges, and have a good time with other Girls Scouts who share your love for nature.

Garden Club Meeting Dates:

November 19: Encouraging Earthworms in the Garden

December 17: How Do Moon Phases Affect Gardening?

January 14: Make Paper/Valentines with Seeds Added

February 18: Native Plants & Animals: Taking Care of Critters in Winter

March 18: Hummingbirds: How Can We Attract Them?

April 22: Earth Day Booth at STEM Center

May 20: Snakes in the Ecosystem

For more information, contact

Outdoor Adventure Interest Group

Are you a thrill-seeker or an outdoor enthusiast? OAIG will provide adventures galore! Experienced adults enable girl-led opportunities throughout the year. Now open to Girl Scouts in grades 6-12 who want to know about the environment and learn more about how it is changing in the world we live in today. Click here for the club's Facebook page. For more information, email

Gutsy Girls Social Skate Club

This club is all about encouraging girls to ignite their adventurous and courageous spirits through skateboarding. Join the girl-powered skateboard movement! Click here for ths club's website.

Art Club (East Texas)

Brownies and up are invited to join the new East Texas Art Club. Art Club is a place for practicing artists to hone their skills. Girl Scouts will grow their imagination and learn many new techniques including painting, pottery, digital art, and even woodworking. For more information, contact Miranda Fatherree at 903-261-6935 or or Patti Higginbotham at 903-735-5123.

Culinary Club (East Texas)

Juniors and up are invited to come explore the culinary world with us. Culinary Club will provide Girl Scouts the opportunity to learn both basic cooking skills and specific cooking styles and techniques. For more information, contact Miranda Fatherree at 903-261-6935 or or Patti Higginbotham at 903-735-5123.

Retail & Design Team

Girls learn the business of retail by designing real merchandise to sell in GSNETX shops and online! From product idea to sales results, and everything in between, girls will learn about working with vendors, costs and margins, goal setting, and marketing. For more information, contact

Triathlon Club

The GSNETX Triathlon Club empowers girls (ages 10-18) to pursue personal development in swimming, biking and running. Club members learn important swim and bike safety lessons, work with professional coaches and enthusiastic volunteers to develop their fitness and skills, volunteer as a club at local triathlon events, and can even participate in local events together. Triathlon is a sport to enjoy for a lifetime. Come join the fun! Click here for club website. For more information, email

Triathlon Club Meeting Dates (times tentatively 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

November 19

December 17

January 14

February 18

March 18 (Note: this month may move to the 19th and will likely be the race volunteering event!)

April: TBD Race!!!

Travel Club (East Texas)

Juniors and up are invited to join our new Travel Club. Along with planning and traveling to different destinations, Girl Scouts will learn all about other cultures and places. Come explore the world with us! For more information, contact Miranda Fatherree at 903-261-6935 or or Patti Higginbotham at 903-735-5123.

Stream Team

Stream Team turns girls into citizen scientists, creek explorer and sustainable leaders. Girls will learn about river ecosystems, conduct scientific experiments, and explore wildlife in and around aquatic ecosystems. For more information, contact Amber Troxtell

Tejas Archers

Tejas Archers is comprised of five teams based on skill level for Girl Scouts interested in learning, building, and sharing their knowledge and skills in archery. Teams meet monthly and can participate in various competitions or tournaments. For more information, contact: