Mackinac Island Honor Guard
Since 1974, Girl Scouts have had the honor of serving in the Mackinac Island Scout Service Camp program. It is an opportunity for girls to play a vital role on historic Mackinac Island. Selected applicants serve the State of Michigan for seven days by taking on tasks including flag ceremonies, guide duties and service projects.
Being a member of the Mackinac Island Honor Guard requires dedication, service, work and a lot of fun- all resulting in a memorable and valuable experience for girls.
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan has two Honor Guard programs, allowing girls from the entire council to participate in this special girl leadership opportunity.