KS0252 is a Troop of just over 50 girls, well-mixed between public school, private school, and homeschool students. They meet on Thursday evenings throughout the school year, with additional optional activities during the summer. Each year they offer three service projects a year, several fun social activities, one or two camping/outdoor events, and several badges accomplished as a group. For the girl who wants more, they support and encourage her to pursue badges and sports pins in areas that interest her, offer suggestions for additional service opportunities, and provide additional leadership roles for her within the Troop.
The Troop meets as Redeemer Presbyterian Church on 159th Street. They welcome visitors year-round; if you would like to see what an AHG meeting is like, we would love to have you join us for an evening.
For more information, please request a phone call or email.
KS1209 is a troop of about 60-70 girls. Being chartered by a local homeschool support group, a lot of the member families homeschool, but the Troop includes girls who attend public school or private schools as well. They meet on Tuesday evenings September-May, at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 101st and Metcalf.
Troop meetings include devotional time, some social fun, and badge work. Girls typically earn 4 badges/year with the troop. We also offer about one service project a month and special events, such as a Father/Daughter dance. Summer includes a social event each month and summer camp.
Visitors are welcome anytime. Registration occurs in April and in August. Contact the Troop online for more information or to schedule a time to visit.
KS3130 is chartered by Church of the Ascension, located off of 127th Street, between Antioch and Switzer. This Troop consists of girls from Ascension Catholic School, area public schools, and home school. Currently they have about 50 members in grades K-8.
The Troop meets once a month, on a Thursday evening, from September through May. Grade-level units also meet about every other month for outside activities, field trips, and service projects.
Troop leadership says, “We feel that AHG is a gift that we are giving our daughters to help them grow in the image of Christ, and strive to assure that all activities are centered around that concept. For more information, you may request a phone call or email, or call the church directly at 913 – 681 – 3348. We would love to have you join us!”
Charm is deceptive and beauty fleeting; the woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.