New Community Events Calendar!

AHG families are always asking for ideas of things to do and places to visit that will help their daughters achieve badge requirements. We’re blessed that there are many options nearby, and now we have a way to share that information with you!

You can view the calendar here:

And even add the iCal feed to your personal calendar system here:

We’re adding more events and locations all the time; if you have suggestions, email us at

Longevity Survey

Your help is needed to generate data about why girls and families stay in or leave AHG. This data will be used as the basis of a presentation at the National Conference in St. Louis, called “Keep ‘Em Coming Back.”

We need input from girls (12 years and older) and adults who are now or ever have been part of an AHG troop. Please share this survey with others in AHG and others who have left AHG, with friends nearby and friends across the country. We are looking to hear from both those who left and those who stayed, especially those who are or once were girl members.

Time is short! This survey will only remain open through Sunday, May 13. Please complete it and forward the link to some friends today. THANK YOU!!

Come see us at the MPE Conference, April 7-8!

IMG_20120421_090539Planning on attending the MPE Homeschool Conference in Kansas City this year? Stop by and say hello! We will have representatives from a number of the area Troops at a booth in the Exhibitors Hall. You can check our latest map, pick up information, ask questions, and meet some of the leaders and older girls.

We’ll be in booth 1411, along the back wall of the Exhibit Hall, just past Rainbow Resource.

You can find all the necessary information about the conference, including hours, speakers, and workshops on the Midwest Parent Educators website.

Parent Info Night – Leavenworth Kansas

AHG Women of IntegrityTroop 0167 will have their Parent Information Night at 6:30 pm on 25 August 2016 in Leavenworth, KS.

Bring your whole family! We’ll be talking about roles we all – leaders, parents, and girls — play in the Troop. Crayons, paper, markers, and creativity encouraged!

For time and location, please contact Troop leadership.


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