December 5, 2015
RE-REQUISITE: Girl Scouting 101 or the former Leadership Essentials course.
Teen Girl Scout Advisor training is for adults who are new to Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors. The course is designed to explore the transition from leader to advisor and the program resources available to girls in these grade levels. Bring the appropriate Journey Facilitators Guide and girl handbook and the appropriate Girls Guide to Girl Scouting.
This course will not provide detailed information on the Girl Scout Gold or Silver Awards. Girls wishing to work on those awards are advised to attend those specific workshops found in the program section of online registration.
This training will begin promptly. If you arrive late, admission to the class will be at the discretion of the trainer. This is an adult training, no children please. This course is 3 hours long. There is no fee for this course.
Register by December 4, 2015.
Bell Manor is turning into a bakery for a day and just in time for the holidays! Take home the goodies that you make! Registration is required, no walk-ins. A light snack will be served. A Bell Manor patch or bell is included.
Who: Girl Scout Juniors – Cadettes
To register: Register before November 30, 2015; Pre-registration is required.
Questions? Contact Gail Edwards at email@example.com.
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. Learn all about what it takes to plan a successful Gold Award project. Questions about the award and its requirements will be answered here. This workshop is strongly suggested, but not required, for girls. Both girls and adults attending this workshop need to register for the event.
Who: Girl Scout Seniors – Ambassadors
To Register: Register at least two weeks prior to program; Pre-registration is required.
Questions? Contact Kelly Rhodes via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
December 4, 2015
ACH Withdrawal #3 – 50% of balance due to GSCM as of November 30, 2015. Troop box count cut-off date for this ACH will be November 30, 2015.
December 3, 2015
Girls will learn how to develop a vision for yourselves and how to finance it. Build your own business. You will learn basic banking processes, including how to write a check. We’ll talk about paying for college and how to have a successful interview and explore potential careers.
Who: Cadettes, Grades 6-8
For more information contact Karen Blake, Membership Specialist at email@example.com or call 410-358-9711 ext. 254.
Register by November 26th online.
December 1, 2015
ACH for Gluten Free Trios ordered – $4.30 per package.
November 28, 2015
A full day of fun activities including a singalong, folk dancing, lummistick games, crafting, “armpit fudge”, vintage Girl Scout skills, and 3 patches! Cost includes snacks, drinks, all activities and crafts, and 3 patches.
Who: Girl Scouts Daisies – Juniors
To register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org before November 15, 2015. Pre-registration is required.
Questions? Contact Paula Thayer
November 21, 2015
Come learn some car care basics that you can use as you get ready to hit the road! You’ll see what’s going on under the hood and learn some common maintenance. You’ll gain important real-world knowledge from an experienced trainer and, as a bonus, will work towards the Senior Car Care badge! . Please come dressed to get dirty.
Who: Girl Scout Seniors – Ambassadors
To Register: Register two weeks prior to each program date; Pre-registration is required.
Come get Financially Fit by attending a financial literacy workshop. Upon completion, girls will receive two badges and a special patch. Then, get physically fit with the rock wall and archery (weather permitting – alternate indoor activities will be provided if necessary).
Girls must complete the financial literacy workshop prior to taking part in the outdoor activities. This event is free, but please pre-register so that we know how many to expect.
Questions, contact Kimberly Lohrfink at email@example.com or 410-358-9711
Who: Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors