Badge Bash 2019 Gives Attendees the Chance to Experience Girl Scouting for a Night

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(PHOENIX – Sept. 12, 2019) – Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) is gearing up to host its third annual Badge Bash. This adults-only event will be held on Friday, Oct. 25, from 6-11 p.m. at The Bob & Renee Parsons Leadership Center for Girls & Women at Camp South Mountain, located at 1611 E. Dobbins Road in Phoenix.

Badge Bash attendees will have the opportunity to experience how Girl Scouting helps transform girls into G.I.R.Ls – go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders. Attendees can gather their “troop” of friends for a casual night of fun as they test their outdoor, healthy living, entrepreneurship and life skills while earning patches along the way. Attendees can try activities like archery, balloon dart painting, and animal/bird encounters. After the festivities, a full dinner under the stars and program will take place where The Bob and Renee Parsons Foundation will be honored for their continued support of Girl Scouting in Arizona.

Not only is Badge Bash a playful and entertaining event, but it also provides a great opportunity to network with over 500 guests from business, government, education, and nonprofit organizations while showing support for girls in Arizona.

To close out the night of fun, attendees will enjoy an after-party filled with music, dancing, s’mores, dessert and drinks, and also earn the last patch of the night to complete their sashes.

Tickets for the event are $150 for individuals and a troop (10 registrants) is $1,500. They are available online at

If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please review our sponsorship opportunities at or contact Margaret Evans at

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About Girl Scouts—Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC)

In partnership with more than 10,000 adult volunteers, GSACPC serves 20,000 girls grades K-12 in more than 90 communities across central and northern Arizona. Since 1936, GSACPC has helped girls develop leadership skills and tools for success in a rapidly changing environment. We know that given the opportunity, every girl can become a leader, act confidently on her values, and connect with her community. Girl Scouts grow courageous and strong through girl-driven programs, ranging from summer camp to troop activities and product sales programs. For more information, visit, like us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram.


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