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Citrus Clubs

Below are a few specifialized program groups that are focused on specific experiences for Girl Scouts. These are designed to give girls a chance to discover a new passion, and explore their interests. Each of these clubs offer a unique experience and are structured differently.

For more information on these opportunities, please contact the corresponding program lead listed in the descriptions. 

Citrus Governance
Association Chairs and Vice Chairs

The Association Chair and Vice Chair are selected to represent each association within council. They work directly with the staff liaison and the Second Vice Chair of the Citrus Board of Directors to take issues that are important to you and your community. Working together to find appropriate solutions.

Association Chair Description

Association Vice Chair Description

Association Community Map

2021 Association Chair/Vice Chair Referral form


Delegates and alternate delegates serve as the primary communication link between area Girl Scout members, community networks and Citrus Board of Directors. They also gather opinions about governance matters; elect board members, Board Development Committee members and national council delegates; and approve changes to the council’s bylaws.


Annual Meeting

Each spring – usually in March – Girl Scouts of Citrus holds its Annual Meeting. At the meeting, delegates and council members are invited to listen to a “state-of-the-council” address by our board president and CEO, as well as vote on incoming board members, participate in feedback forums, and more.

Media Girls Team

The Citrus Media Girls Team is a program designed to identify a group of 20 Girl Scouts with an interest in the media industry. These Girl Scouts serve as Brand Ambassadors for the council and represent Girl Scouts in media related functions. This group will also be tasked to create video content throughout the Girl Scout year. This is a program which is Staff-led and allows for a unique experience related to the media industry.

  •  Limited to Juniors, Cadettes, Senior and Ambassador level Girl Scouts
  • Registration is in September
  • Program runs from October to August

See our videos on the Girl Scouts of Citrus Youtube Channel 

Please contact Nelson for more information at


Citrus Singers

The Citrus Singers is a volunteer led chorus group comprised of talented Girl Scouts from various troops in Citrus Council. Their mission is to instill confidence through performance. They travel in from five different counties to their rehearsal location in longwood. The Citrus Singers rehears on weekends and perform all over Central Florida throughout the year.

To join, girls need to be able to sing in pitch, commit to the rehearsal and performance schedule and have an enthusiasm to perform. Girls in the group range from experienced performers to first time singers.


View Citrus Singer Youtube videos and parodies at

For more information about the Citrus Singers please contact Susie Reale at

Earn Your Labcoat

Earn Your Lab Coat is a program series created by the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council Program Team to give young women the opportunity to explore the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). This group of Girl Scouts receive unique behind the scenes experiences that allow them to expand their knowledge on STEM topics and exclusive opportunities to inspire them to think outside the box. 

  • Application process begins in the Fall
  • 40 girls are accepted into the program
  • Earn Your Lab Coat Girl Scouts participate in 4-5 unique program offerings throughout the membership year. These opportunities are exclusive to this program series.
  • The program series ends with a graduation ceremony where girls earn their own Girl Scouts branded lab coat and a one-of-a-kind fun patch for their vest/sash!

For more information on Earn Your Lab Coat, please contact our STEM Program Manager, Victoria Katz, at

Citrus Robotics

Girl Scouts of Citrus Council currently has four FLL Robotics teams within our six counties: one in Seminole, Brevard, Volusia, and Orange county. FIRST LEGO League gives our girls the opportunity to learn about robotics, problem solving, coding, and engineering while introducing new theme-based challenges every year. Throughout the year, girls take the STEM concepts they are learning through FLL and apply them to projects using real-world examples. Teams will move on to compete or showcase their projects at FLL tournaments and festivals held at a local, national, or world-wide level.