Girl Scout Troop 1631
Girl Scout Troop 1631
Bellingham, WA

Troop 1631 meets at St. Paul's Academy.
Girls from Brownie to Ambassador meet on the
1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 6pm-8pm.

Seniors and Ambassadors also meet on the
4th Thursday of the month from 7pm-8pm.

Come join us!
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Whatcom Twilight Camp​
July 20-23

Information available
at meetings


Upcoming Events
Troop MeetingThu 03 Dec 20156:00 PM
Awards & RecognitionThu 17 Dec 20156:30 PM
Troop MeetingThu 07 Jan 20166:00 AM
Winter CampFri 08 Jan 20166:30 PM
Troop MeetingThu 21 Jan 20166:00 PM

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     We begin each meeting with a game or a team building activity. Then we break out into Patrols. Each Patrol contains 5-6 girls of similar age. The girls then work on the activities that they have previously planned. About three times a year the girls are asked to plan which activities they want to work on. They may choose try-its, merit badges, or other awards. During nice weather we may take the girls outside to do large group activities, such as team building or games. We end our meetings with a Friendship Circle. Occasionally we will begin and end the meetings with a flag ceremony.


     During the summer outdoor events are planned such as camping, hiking, hot air balloon rides, and picnics with games.    

     We want to include any girl that is interested in Girl Scouts, therefore we do not impose a size limit to our Troop. We accept girls of all ages and abilities. In order to make this successful we need parents to participate in Troop activities and adventures as well as become trained leaders.

Samantha King

Troop 1631 Leader



     Meetings are on the first & third Thursdays of each month, except for July and August. We meet at St. Paul's Academy on 3000 Northwest Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225-1607 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.

     The cost is $12, which is what Girl Scouts of Western Washington requires for each girl to be registered. Generally we do not ask for any additional money for activities or supplies. We pay for activities and supplies through Cookie Sales and fundraising events.

     For families who might otherwise be unable to afford fees, financial assistance is available to help cover some costs.


Just come to a meeting, email us or give us a call. Join today!




Girl Scout Promise


On my honor, I will try

To serve God* and my country,

To help people at all times

And to live by the Girl Scout Law.



Girl Scout Law

I will do my best to be

honest and fair,

friendly and helpful,

considerate and caring,

courageous and strong, and

responsible for what I say and do,

and to

respect myself and others,

respect authority,

use resources wisely

make the world a better place, and

be a sister to every Girl Scout



* May be replaced by a word that reflects your spiritual beliefs.




In order to fund all the activities and related awards/recognition we need to have fundraisers. This is a list of typical events:


  1. Night Hike
  2. Halloween Party
  3. Princess Ball
  4. Spring Encampment
  5. Garage Sale


It is important for all Scout families to participate in these activities. It makes for a more successful event.

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