American Heritage Girls, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Girl Scouts
American Heritage Girls
American Heritage Girls has been building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country since 1995.
The founder of AHG, Patty Garibay, graduated from McAuley High School here in Cincinnati and the corporate headquarters of AHG is in Fairfield, OH. In June of 2009, AHG and the Boy Scouts of America officially partnered together. AHG provides a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls across the nation. There are currently 450 troops in 45 states and over 19,000 members.
Members, ages 5-18, learn life skills through a multi-level badge program, develop teamwork and confidence through outdoor activities, provide consistent service to the community, and develop socially and spiritually through regular troop meetings.
Our troop OH3712 here at Saint Ignatius meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays after school (September through May) in the Hilvert Center. We learn new skills, grow in faith, serve the community, build friendships, strengthen character and have fun!
The Troop has an annual Family Picnic, Bowling and Camping events. There are also Father/Daughter and Mother/Daughter events with other area Troops. Our year ends in May with a weekend Camporee and then the Award Ceremony at the end of May.
If you have any questions, please ask a Board Member or see www.ahgonline.org.
The girls also have opportunities for Summer Camps. We hope you join us!
Coordinator: Rachel Smyth
(513) 608 5630
Vice Coordinator: Michelle Korte
(this will be changing this year)
Treasurer: Ella Telling
Shepherd: Donna Frazee
To learn more about the Boy Scout Troop at Saint Ignatius visit www.troop850.org
Welcome to Scouts: These groups help build strong character, good citizens for the future, enduring friendships, and interest in the outdoors, camping, service, and most of all –FUN.
For more information contact Cubmaster Tim Hague at 513-814-1121 or email at St.IPack850@gmail.com
Cub Scouts Ages 5-11: Tim Hague
Boy Scouts Ages 11-18: Dan Ogilvie
The mission of Girl Scouting is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place. Girl Scouts started over 100 years ago when our founder, Juliette Low, organized the first Girl Scout Troop in 1912. Since then, with the help of adult leaders, girls have been discovering their strengths, passions, and talents through a variety of activities and a dedication to serving their community. Girl Scout troops at St. Ignatius serve girls from Kindergarten-Grade 8 and meeting times vary by the individual troop.
Girl Scouting recognizes the importance of spirituality and our troops participate in Religious Recognition Programs in cooperation with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Office Of Youth And Young Adult Ministry, and St. Ignatius Parish.
The Marian Medal Award Ceremony is for current eighth-grade girls who have completed the program.
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All new registrations MUST go through the St. Ignatius School Coordinator. Do NOT register your daughter on the GSWO website without consulting with the School Coordinator for placement AND receiving the appropriate troop number for your daughter. THANK YOU!
Can’t Wait To Be A Girl Scout?
New Kindergarten and First-grade troops will form in August/September for the school year. If your daughter can’t wait to be a Girl Scout, please fill out the available Interest Form to the right on this page. Forms may be emailed to email@example.com or dropped to the parish office by September 8th. There will also be an opportunity to discuss the Girl Scout program with experienced troop leaders at the Ice Cream social as well as to fill out the Interest Form for your daughter.
Existing troops are also welcoming new scouts for grades 2-8. Please fill out an Interest Form for older girls also so they can join in the fun from the start of the year!
Email: Girl Scouts