Pine Grove
United Methodist Church

1130 Jonestown Rd, Winston-Salem, NC
(336) 765-2569








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Girls Scouts
More than just cookies.




Join Girl Scouts:

If you are a girl between the ages of 5 and 17, Girl Scouts at Pine Grove UMC has a place for you.

Pine Grove UMC  has four troops that meet every other week at The Meeting House, located just behind the church. We have a Daisy, Brownie, Junior, and Cadette Troops.

As a Girl Scout in the Carolina Peaks to Piedmont, you will be connected with more than 18,000 Girl Scouts throughout central and western North Carolina and become a part of the nearly 100 year old Girl Scout legacy with more than 10 million girls and adults around the world.

Girl Scouts is open to all girls who accept the Girl Scout Promise and Law. The Girl Scouts serves girls regardless of race, color, religion, National orgin, economic status or disability.

National membership dues are $12.00 per year: a Girl Scout uniform is not required.

Become a part of this exciting girl driven organization where girls become leaders and have the chance to unleash their potential, follow their passions and make a difference in their world.

Girl Scouts will be celebrating 100 years in 2012 and many exciting events will be happening in this area and in the Pine Grove troops.

For more information contact Polly Caudle at 766-6836 or





Adults in Girl Scouting

Two pictures each with one adult volunteer and two girl scoutsGirl Scouts is for girls: We believe in them, support them, and advocate for them. If you are a parent/guardian, that may sound like something you want for the girl in your life. We'll show you how to get involved.

Making it all happen for girls are 942,000 adult members, who bring their talents, energy, and dedication to Girl Scouting.

Chief among this group are our volunteers, the backbone of Girl Scouting. They are leaders, mentors, Campus Girl Scouts, and more. Volunteers, and those who want to be, can find tips, resources and success stories on the Just for Volunteers pages of this Web site. Adults in Girl Scouting and future volunteers can also discover news and features in LEADER, Girl Scouts of the USA's quarterly national magazine. Girl Scouts also offer adult development opportunities to help volunteers be their best.

Girls and volunteers are supported by Girl Scout staff. Find out more about our employment opportunities in our career opportunities section.

Since 1912, volunteers and staff working together have served more than 50 million girls in the United States. If you were one of those girls, reconnect with your fellow alumni. They make up a prestigious group that includes scores of today's most successful women.