April 11, 2015
At this event, Juniors will be able to complete the prerequisite work for the Girl Scout Bronze Award by working on the aMUSE Journey requirements. Book, badge, patch, lunch and two snacks provided. This is neither a drop-off nor tagalong event.
To Register/Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.596.0741
April 4, 2015
Spend your day at camp learning some basic outdoor skills such as knot tying, fire building, hiking, and of course, s’more making! Girl Scout Brownies will earn the Hiker badge and Girl Scout Juniors will earn the Camper badge. Cost includes program supplies, one meal, badge and snack.
This event is for Girl Scout Brownies – Juniors
Questions? E-mail email@example.com
Due to low participation, Colors, Sights and Sounds…Oh My!, scheduled for April 4th, at Camp Whippoorwill, is cancelled.
March 28, 2015
It’s red carpet night at La Grande Maison! Be our guest for an evening of camping “Troop Beverly Hills” style! No latrines to clean here! Start with a SWAP social (bring bling SWAPS or make some), then move on to gourmet 4-course pasta dinner with scrumptious desserts. Order room service breakfast delivered to you in bed! A night of beauty at Spa La Grande Maison will feature “make your own” bling, cosmetic scrubs, foot soaks and sachets. Try t-shirt tie dying and hair styling. Test your Hollywood movie and TV trivia skills, and enjoy the 2nd Annual “Startastic Academy Awards” show. Evening encore will feature a dessert cart (can you say “chocolat”?), and Big Screen entertainment from the comfort of your sleeping bag in the Big House. Limited attendance, all will be sleeping in Big House heated lodge.
This event is for Girl Scouts Juniors-Ambassadors with Safetywise adults
To register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org at mail registrations and payment (check payable to “Girl Scouts”) to: Paula Thayer, 812 Chesapeake Ave, Annapolis MD 21403
Do you like to act and sing – or want to learn how? Join the “Happy Wanderers” experienced GS performers, singers, and “Masters of the Campfire” for an afternoon of songs, games, and skits at Camp Whippoorwill. Learn classic GS songs, song leading techniques, and get ready for those spring and summer campfire programs! Did you know that staging dramatics is a vintage GS skill? Get ideas on how to plan and use skits for campfires, meetings, and ceremonies. Learn how to improvise costumes, instruments, props, and how to write, direct or act in your own skit or singing act! Please no tagalongs. Attendance is limited.
To register: Contact Paula Thayer at email@example.com Mail registrations and payment (check payable to “Girl Scouts”) to: Paula Thayer, 812 Chesapeake Ave, Annapolis MD 21403
Come join us for a fun day of for you and your favorite doll! Enjoy scrumptious goodies at a fashion show party, get crafty with your friends, and take part in a runway walk where you and your doll are the models! This is not a drop-off event; all groups must provide enough adults to meet the Safety Activity Checkpoints requirements.
This event is for Girl Scout Daisies-Brownies
To Register: Contact Marjorie Anderson at DollyandMegirlscout@yahoo.com or call: 443.745.6132
A “Volunteer-in-Training (V.I.T)” is a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador who would like to develop leadership skills and mentor a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior, or Cadette group outside of the camp experience. Girls must have completed 9th grade in order to participate in the VIT Training.
This event is for Girl Scout Seniors-Ambassadors
Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Having trouble finding time to take your Basic Troop Camping Certification? Why not bring your troop along while you learn? As volunteers work with Adult Learning Team facilitators (trainers from the Volunteer Services department) to earn their Basic Troop Camping Certification, girls will be taught introductory camping skills. This is an excellent opportunity to earn this certification with experienced trainers and bring the girls along to discover all of the joys of camping with trained staff on hand to help.
NOTE: at least one adult from each group must register for the Training Section of this program which includes a pre-session online component and a 2.5 hour pre-planning session prior to the overnight. The troop leader must send a listing of the adults who will be taking the training portion of the program to Valerie Brooks at email@example.com. Please include name, address, phone, and e-mail of each participant. Registrations must be received by 2/20/15.
This event is for Girl Scout Brownies – Juniors and their Adult Girl Scouts
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Pre- Session: March 3, 2015 7:00 PM – 9:30PM
GSCM Urban Program & STEM Center, Baltimore, MD
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mad Science is back again with all new experiments and ways to blow your mind!
Join us for two hours of hands on fun in learning science in many different forms. Girls will visit 10-13 all new stations where they will observe and participate in a variety of fields of science. Three sessions are available: 9-11am, 12-2pm and 3-5pm
Daisies, Brownies and Juniors are welcome to attend. Scouts are also encouraged to bring a friend who wants to learn more about scouting. The cost for all scouts and friends is $12/girl plus one canned good for donation. All participants will receive a “New” Science Fun Patch. Bring a friend and get a special “Friend” patch.
Leaders and adults are not charged, but we will limit you to 2 adults for 2-10 girls, 3 adults for 11-15 girls, 4 adults for 16-20 girls and 5 adults for 21+girls. Extra parents will be charged full price unless they are assisting special needs.
Click here for the registration form that should be mailed with payment to Janet Slaughter, 3201 Whitefield Road, Churchville, MD 21028.
For questions, contact Janet at 410-299-5049 or email@example.com.
This two day course assists participants in learning more about the seven principles of Leave No Trace, and techniques for disseminating these low impact skills. Trainer Courses are designed for educators, guides, agency employees and other outdoor professionals. Successful graduates of the Trainer Course gain skills to teach Leave No Trace techniques and ethics to their clients, friends and family. Participants learn the concept of Leave No Trace and prepare to teach Leave No Trace curriculum in a variety of settings – such as troops, service units, schools, camps, parks, wilderness and front country areas. Workshop topics include the underlying ethics and seven principles of Leave No Trace.
Registration fee covers program materials and meals (Saturday lunch and dinner and Sunday breakfast)
For more information about this course or how to register, click here.