Brownie in the 60's, but didn't think too much of camping in leaders yard in town. I wanted to do real camping like the Boy Scouts. My dad was an ASM from sometime in early-mid 50's, until mid 60's.
Fast forward to 90's when my daughter joined Brownies. She stayed active in Girl Scouts through Seniors, earning her Silver Award. Started as an assistant leader staying active through college. A couple of moves and now she is establishing a Daisy troop at her church. Oh yeah, she volunteered at Our Chalet, Girl Scout World Center in Switzerland for a summer. Married to an Eagle Scout, and Vigil Member of OA, who works for BSA Supply Division. Their wedding party was entirely Scouts, either Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts. It was a fun night.
Son joined Cub Scouts and wasn't interested in Webelos, so left and then came back as a Boy Scout. Eagle Scout 2009. Venturing Ranger Award 2012. 7 years of Summer Camp Staff. The last two as aquatics director. Currently Bear Den Leader and Chapter Advisor for OA Chapter. Oh, he is a Vigil Member of OA too.
Me, I was GS Leader or assistant leader for about 7-8 years and have been ASM and/or Webelos Den Leader for a number years since then. Currently Cubmaster, District Training Chair, Troop Committee member.
I realized the other day, I have been Scouting at the same church for 20 years now. My most appreciated award is my Cross and Flame, that I received from the Methodist Church for service to Scouts.