Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
9550 Livingston Road, D1
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The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital was formed in 1963 and encompassed five area councils that were in existence at that time, plus Calvert and Charles counties in Maryland, and lone troops in Prince William, Loudoun and Fauquier counties.
The size and geographical location of GSCNC enable girls to take part in a large variety of programs and pursue different interests. They are not limited to the programs or special events in their local areas; they are welcomed at events and programs throughout the council. Girls may attend resident camps or day camps in any area of the council.
The council has one of the most diversified memberships in the country. The merger brought together farming communities, small towns, and several larger cities. The area is rich in ethnic groups. Programs throughout the council draw from the cultures, governments, arts, foods, clothing, games and dances of many lands.