Learn, Grow, Share, Celebrate


The local Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops are headed by the husband and wife team of  Ken and Liz Wolff:

Girl Scouts:  

  • Beginning in kindergarten, girls can learn about being a G.I.R.L.:  Go-getter  |  Innovator  |  Risk-taker  |  Leader
  • Meetings are arranged by the leaders of each individual group.  
  • Contact Liz at LizWolff@gmail.com for more info or click here to go to the Girl Scout regional website.

Boy Scouts:

  • Respect, preparation, fun, cooperation.  It begins with Cub Scouts in 1st grade, Boy Scouts in 6th.  
  • Contact Ken through the Pack 3500 website by clicking here.
  • And, click here to connect with the Boy Scouts of America Great Trail Council site.

Don’t forget:  leaders are always needed, and parents are encouraged to volunteer!



Because Litchfield Township is in a more rural setting, 4-H is especially popular.  There are two groups for kids ages 5 to 19 close by:

  • 4-H Litchfield Friendly Workers  |  Sandy Turner  |  330.725.4788  |  Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at Litchfield Town Hall
  • 4-H Litchfield Leprechauns  |  Holly Stout  |  330.421.9027
Click here for the OSU Extension’s webpage about 4-H in our area.

Don’t forget:  there’s always a need for adult 4-H volunteers, too!