Tribute to Konocti Girls Scout Council

Konocti Council Girl Scouts TributeGirl Scouting provides girls with activities that develop self-esteem, self-reliance, leadership and teamwork skills, all under the guidance of trained adult leaders.

Our council’s name, Konocti, comes from the name of Mount Konocti, from which one can see all three of the counties we serve; Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake Counties. Founded in 1958, our council now serves over 5,000 girls and 2,000 adult members.



Girl Scout Program Goals

  1. Develop Self-potential :
    Growth in skills, habits and attitudes to achieve full potential.

  2. Relate to Others:
    Learn to establish and maintain healthy relationships based on understanding, trust and respect.

  3. Develop Values:
    Identify the values to guide actions and provide a foundation for sound decisions.

  4. Contribute to Society:
    Service to local and global communities with projects that emphasize leadership and group work skills.


Many Years Have Passed. Do you know how many?

It was on March 12, 1912, to be exact, when the first group of girls met as Girl Scouts.   A wonderfully eccentric, middle-aged visionary named Juliette Gordon Low decided it was time that the girls of Savannah, Georgia, “and all the world” had something special and worthwhile to […] Continue Reading…

Famous Girl Scouts

Did you know that many famous people were in Girl Scouts? 
How about ….
1.  Super Singer:  Taylor Swift
2.  Gwyneth Paltrow
3.  Lisa Ling
4.  Perhaps our first woman President:  Hillary Clinton
5.  Like Mom like daughter:  Chelsea Clinton
6.  Dakota Fanning
7.  Abigail Breslin
8.  Mariah Carey
9.  Sandra Day O’Connor
10.  Sally Ride
11.  Martha Stewart
12.  Famous funny […] Continue Reading…

More Than a Box of Cookies

More Than a Box of Cookies
By Erin Wong, Senior Girl Scout Troop 78
Erin is also one of two Senior Girl Scout representative to the GSKC Board of Directors
Standing in front of the clean white door, waiting patiently in my excessively-long Cookie Monster blue skort, adorned in the matching vest […] Continue Reading…