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Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts serves more than 45,000 girls and 17,000 adults in 177 Massachusetts communities and South Hampton, New Hampshire. It was formed February 1, 2008 by a merger of three councils: Girls Scouts, Patriots' Trail; Girl Scout Council of Southeastern Massachusetts; Girl Scouts of Spar and Spindle Council.

Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts
website: http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org/

Service Centers

  • Middleboro, Massachusetts
  • North Andover, Massachusetts
  • Waltham, Massachusetts

Camps

  • Camp Maude Eaton, Andover, Massachusetts
  • Camp Winnetaska, Ashland, Massachusetts
  • Camp Virginia, Bolton, Massachusetts
  • Camp Favorite, Brewster, Massachusetts Available activities include sailing and accommodations are usually platform tents.
  • Camp Rice Moody, Reading, Massachusetts
  • Camp Wabasso, Bradford, New Hampshire
  • Camp Menotomy, Meredith, New Hampshire
  • Camp Runels, Pelham, New Hampshire
  • Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, Plymouth, Massachusetts
  • Camp Edith Read, Norton, Massachusetts
  • Camp Cedar Hill, Waltham, Massachusetts
  • Friendship House, Gloucester, Massachusetts
  • Greenbrier Girl Scout Center, Acushnet, Massachusetts
  • Wampanoag Girl Scout Center (Chilmark), Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
  • Taupawshas Girl Scout Center, Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • Edith Read Girl Scout Center, Norton, Massachusetts
  • Wind-in-the-Pines Girl Scout Center, Plymouth, Massachusetts
  • The Center, Rowley, Massachusetts
  • Cedar Hill Program Center, Waltham, Massachusetts

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