Mackinac Island Honor Guard
The Mackinac Island Honor Guard (MIHG) is a group of 7th through 12th grade girls selected for their commitment to service and the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
Since 1974, Girl Scouts have had the honor of serving in the MIHG program. It is an opportunity for girls to play a vital role on the 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.
Troop 147 is currently in its 42nd year and is looking for new members!
- October 18, 2019 - Girl and Adult Applications Due
- October 26, 2019 - Interviews at the Betsy Cutler House
- Tentative Week of Service - July 11 - 18 OR July 18 - 25 of 2020
Karen K. O'Brien, Director. Email: email@example.com