The Girl Scout Council of Cumberland Valley became a part of the Girl Scout movement when the first troops began to meet in Nashville in 1917. By 1926, the Nashville Girl Scout Council received its charter. Today, we serve more than 25,000 girls and 8,000 volunteers in 38 counties in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. We inspire girls to the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service so that they may become confident and contributing citizens. Cumberland Valley programs have so much to offer girls. Designed to help girls grow strong in mind and body, Girl Scout programs offer a wide range of activities.
Address: 4522 Granny White Pike P.O. Box 40466
Nashville, TN 37204