November 30, 2013
Parents bring your Girl Scout to Camp Ilchester and she’ll enjoy a full day of fun activities with the Senior Girl Scouts and adults of PAXJAM2014 while you catch up on holiday shopping! Girls will participate in indoor and outdoor games, crafts, learn vintage Girl Scout skills like fire building and knot tying, and earn three patches! This is a drop-off event.
Need service hours? Girl Scout Cadettes- Ambassadors can register as helpers for this event to earn service hours. Contact Paula at email@example.com for details.
Who: Girl Scout Daises-Juniors
Cost: $30 (includes lunch, snacks, crafts, and three patches)
To Register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 25, 2013
GSCM and The Snyder Foundation are partners to promote an end to the problem of unwanted, homeless animals and raise public awareness of companion animal overpopulation. This event includes making dog biscuits, catnip toys, and more for local animal shelters. As a tribute to Juliette Gordon Low, the hearing-impaired founder of the Girl Scouts, one part of the day will be about service and assistance animals, facilitated by The Snyder Foundation’s very own education assistance dog, Spirit! Please bring a can/unopened container of dog or cat food or a dog or cat toy to donate.
Register by November 18, 2013
Who: All levels
Cost: $10 (includes patch). Adult chaperones will need to register at no additional cost Time: 9 am- Noon for Girl Scout Brownies; 1-4pm for Girl Scout Juniors-Ambassadors
Questions? Contact email@example.com , or Ann Gearhart at The Snyder Foundation at 410. 366.0787
November 23, 2013
Girls will take an inside look into the medical field as they meet with doctors, nurses, and other health professionals. Girls will learn about what each of the careers entail and the different paths or concentrations that are offered within each of these fields. Topics covered will include the spread of disease, advancements and incorporation of technology in the medical field, and a possible frog dissection.
Who: Girl Scout Cadettes–Ambassadors
Bell Manor is turning into a bakery for a day and just in time for the holidays! Learn how to decorate cupcakes, make cake pops, and candy. Take home the goodies that you make! A light snack will be served. Registration is required, no walk-ins.
Register by November 18, 2013
Who: Girl Scout Juniors-Ambassadors
Time: 10am–1pm or 1:30pm–4:30pm at Camp Conowingo’s Bell Manor
November 18, 2013
Do you like to make things? Be creative? Or think outside the box? Then the Lady EINSTEMs is the group for you! Lady EINSTEMS is a group of girls who are interested in any or all aspects of science, technology, engineering, or math. We welcome any girl who wants to be creative and change the world around her. This group believes that whatever a girl’s passion is, it can be supported through the exploration of science and technology, so, the girls work through various STEM activities and then take on a community based project of their choice. Join Lady EINSTEMS and decide how you will change the world.
Who: Girl Scout Juniors–Ambassadors
When/Where: Every 3rd Monday from September to May (unless otherwise noted); 6:30- 8pm at the GSCM Urban Program & STEM Center Questions? E-mail STEM@gscm.org for more information
November 17, 2013
Girls will explore the local sights of Savannah, Georgia, through a variety of stories, games, and crafts as they earn the “Historically Speaking Savannah, GA” patch. Snack and patch are included. Troops should be accompanied by leaders and individual girls by chaperones; this is neither a drop off nor tagalong event.
Register by November 3, 2013
Who: All registered Girl Scouts and adults
Cost: $12 (patch included); $10 for adults who do not want a patch
To Register: Contact Sharon August at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410.340.4931
November 16, 2013
This leadership workshop will train girls in the basic aspects of becoming a Program Aide (responsibilities of leadership, Girl Scout basics, growth and development, the group process, etc.). Completion of Program Aide Training is required prior to taking the Outdoor Program Aide Trainings. Please bring a lunch!
Who: Girl Scout Cadettes
Come join us for a “beary” good time! Have you ever been on a bear hunt? Daisies, Brownies, and girls who would like to become Girl Scouts are invited to come learn songs, play games and prepare a yummy snack for our picnic! Girls are invited to bring their favorite bear to share in the fun! This is neither a drop- off nor a tagalong event.
Register by November 5, 2013
Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Brownies and girls in grades K-3 who would like to become Girl Scouts
Cost: $15 per girl
Time: 10-12 pm (Daisies); 1:30pm-3:30pm (Brownies)
To Register: Contact email@example.com or 301.596.0741
First Lego League Robo Girls (Competitive Season)
Saturday, November 16, 2013 (9 am – 1 pm)
Girls age 9 – 14 (Open to both registered and non-registered Girl Scouts)
Cost: $50 per girl
Our all-female Robo Girls Team will be having competitive season practices in which we help girls take the lead as the program robots, research technology advances, and become technology leaders of tomorrow. Come join us in learning all about how robotics and technology can come together to help battle “Nature’s Fury!”