Get ready, get ready, GET READY, West Angeles!
This year, there is no need to search for a scout to buy from, because we are coming to you! Your very own Girl Scout Troop will be selling delightful and delectable Girl Scout cookies at West Angeles Church after the 8 o’clock and 11 o’clock a.m. services.
Who We Are:
We are Girl Scout troops 7775 and 7385. We are a part of the Crendera (Crenshaw—Ladera Heights)
neighborhood, operating exclusively out of West Angeles Church of God in Christ.
Grow our spirited girls into strong and confident young women through our bi-monthly activities
which encourage teamwork and sisterhood, as well as independence and a sense of accomplishment.
We currently have Scouts at the following levels:
Brownie: 5-7; Junior: 8-11; Cadette: 11-13; and Senior: 14-17.
We also have one Ambassador level Scout.
What We Do:
As Girl Scouts, we strive to live up to our promise and our law. We recite our promise every meeting
to remind us of our purpose. Our promise and our law are as follows:
On My Honor, I will try to:
Serve God, And My Country,
Help people at all times
Live By the Girl Scout Law
I will do my best to be:
Honest and fair,
Friendly and helpful,
Considerate and caring,
Courageous and strong, and
Responsible for what I say and do,
Respect myself and others,
Use resources wisely,
Make the world a better place, and
Be a sister to every Girl Scout.
The West Angles Girl Scout leaders are all women who have dedicated their time encouraging and
guiding young girls. They truly have a heart for service and wish to see each scout blossom into an
independent and confident young lady. Our leaders are as follows:
Ms. Gladys Storey
Ms. Jospehine Hardge
Ms. Kim Stewart
Ms. Rachele Edwards
Ms. Anna Robinson
In addition to our five leaders, we also have three junior leaders. Each junior leader was once a part of
this West Angeles Girl Scout troop, and have returned to share their experiences and give guidance to
the current scouts. Our junior leaders are as follows:
Miss Kiara Fair
Miss Ashlei Howard
Miss Shara Stewart
“One thing Girl Scouts taught me was Independence. I learned how to think critically and handle problems for myself first, instead of automatically seeking help from others.”