Patriotic, Polite, and Well Prepared Young Ladies – A New Symbol for Frontier Girls

Patriotic, Polite, and Well Prepared Young Ladies – A New Symbol for  Frontier Girls

Every girl in Frontier Girls is encouraged to earn, at the very least, the Patriotism badge, Etiquette badge, and Emergency Preparedness badge at every level of Frontier Girls.  By requiring the girls to constantly review what they have learned and add to that knowledge as they get older, our goal is to have every girl who goes through the Frontier Girl program emerge as a patriotic, polite and well prepared young lady.  To help encourage the girls in this goal, we have developed a new symbol to help represent Frontier Girls. The star in the center represents the patriotism we hope to

What is Frontier Girls

    I frequently get asked, “What is Frontier Girls?”  We may be small, but word of our program is growing quickly and many families are anxious to find out more. Frontier Girls was founded on January 19, 2007 as an alternative to Girl Scouts to provide a scout like program for girls that goes back to the values and goals of the original Girl Scouts. Our mission is to raise women of honor to be the mothers and leaders of the future through life skills, leadership, character building, teamwork and service to others.  We seek to instill a love of

Brianna Hill Supports SPCA and Loaves and Fishes

Brianna Hill, a10 year old Pioneer Frontier Girl from Hammondsport, NY, decided she wanted to help her community by raising money for the local SPCA (where her family got their dog) and the Loaves and Fished Food Pantry of Hammondsport by having a bake sale and Partylite candle sale.  Brianna is the only Frontier Girl in her area so she worked very hard making fliers and writing letters for donations to help make her sale successful.  She baked all of the goods from scratch, packaged them with pretty red, pink and white ribbons for a Valentine’s Day theme and sold them from her