In early 2013, four Girl Scouts joined together to learn the basics of becoming a Girl Scout Color Guard. Thanks to Rito Delgado, these girls and their Leaders were given the foundation to create what is now the Indian Summer Service Unit Color Guard. They have progressed from monthly practices to now only requiring rehearsal before events. We have come a long way over the years, evolving into a Guard of eight young ladies, trained and ready to proudly serve the community.
Our girls have had the honor to serve as Color Guard for events all over El Paso including; Chihuahua’s Girl Scout Night, Girl Scout Ceremony of Honors, Girl Scout Cookie Rally, Music Under the Stars, the Women's International Bowling Tournament and most recently the Grand Opening of The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus. These young ladies take pride in being the face of Girl Scouts at events and ceremonies in their community. It is a joy for us as leaders and mentors to see our girls represent both themselves and Girl Scouts with grace, class, and respect for the flags they carry and the ideals they stand for. We are very proud of our girls and admire their dedication to their community, the Service Unit and to Girl Scouts.
Indian Summer Service Unit Color Guard:
Myleh Alvarado, Erin Black, Danielle Carreon, Itzel Garcia-Gama, Madison Morgan, Alyssa Ortega, Abigail Portillo and Alexis Portillo
Color Guard Mentors:
Jen Adauto, Rebecca Alvarado, Michelle Black and Monica Ortega
Call for National Convention Delegates - Girl Scouts 14 years and older and adults are encouraged to apply to attend the National Convention next October. Applicants will be rated on strategic thinking, communications, experience, and knowledge of Girl Scouting. Sign up today!
Girl Scouts Online Registration - With the all-new online registration program from GSUSA, you can register directly with the Girl Scouts and your council with a simple, online registration form. For more information and to register, click here.
2015 Annual Report - Are you interested in what we accomplished during 2015? This report covers programs, services, membership, and much much more during the fiscal year ended September 30, 2015.