Girl Scout Leader Day is observed on April 22, 2017. It honors all the adult volunteers acting as Girl Scout leaders to the girl scouting program. Girls and their families can use this special day to thank their adult Girl Scout leaders. These volunteers help millions of girls' scouts all over the world to build up friendships and experience the value of doing something good every day.
They are important role models in those girl's lives and help them through their problem. Girl Scout Leader Day is among Girl Scouts' Birthday and others one of special Girl Scout days of the year. The first Girl Scout troop had been founded by Juliette Gordon Low in 1860 in Georgia, USA.