Man Enough to be a Girl Scout

June 15, 2017 | Updated: 10:38 a.m., June 15, 2017

Man Enough to be a Girl Scout

Girl Scouts Louisiana East launched the Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout campaign recently in an effort to involve more fathers, father figures and business leaders in the lives of all girls, especially Girl Scouts. Its first community partners are the Louisiana Lt. Governor’s office and New Orleans Pelicans. With Girl Scouts emphasis of the importance of spending time outdoors, the partnership with the Lt. Governor’s office, was a natural choice. By engaging the fathers and father figures in girls’ lives as part of the Girl Scouting experience, the leadership skills girls learn are reinforced by these men via their support and approval and solidified by the shared experience.

Man Enough to be a Girl Scout Club

  • Open to men 18 years and older
  • Membership Fee
    • Individual: $45 annually
    • Corporate: Donation of $75

Click here for more information about the Man Enough to be a Girl Scout campaign.

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Click here for more information about the local branch of the Girl Scouts.

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Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout Day

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Girl Scouts Louisiana East, in partnership with the Office of Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser, invites fathers, father figures, and business leaders, to join their Girl Scout for a special day of outdoor activities.

  • Saturday, June 17, 2017
  • Fontainebleau State Park
    • 62883 LA-1089
    • Mandeville, LA 70471
  • 9am-12pm
  • Admission
    • Free with $2 park fee waived, but participants must be members of the Girl Scouts Louisiana East "Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout" club.  Online registration is available at gsle.org/manenough.
  • Activities
    • Governor Billy Nungesser will be kicking off the event with a welcome at 9:30am
    • Activities for the dad and daughter include
      • Presentations with park rangers and other organizations
      • Nature Hike
      • Outdoor survival challenges
      • Interactive museum displays
      • and more...