The Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan invites you to visit our new Council Museum & Resource Library, located inside the White Lake Service Center.
The Council Museum is the culmination of years of work by the GSSEM Archive Committee.
We invite you to come and enjoy our wonderful collection of Girl Scout uniforms, paraphernalia, program materials and cultural items that span our 100 year history.
Current exhibits include:
Uniforms throughout the years
Girl Scout doll collection
Girl Scouts in the Beginning
World Association of Girl
Guides & Girl Scouts
Brownies through the Years
The Council Museum features a special patch program for girls of all ages that encourages exploration throughout the museum and leaves our guest with a better sense of the living legacy of Girl Scouting.
The Council Museum is also a great resource for those who wish to further explore the history of Girl Scouts. Our Resource Library provides opportunities for volunteers to “check out” historic handbooks, program materials and even uniforms throughout the decades (for both display and to wear).
Now Available for Tours, BY APPOINTMENT
Contact Joanne Galvin
Chair of GSSEM Archive Committee
firstname.lastname@example.org | 248-258-1680