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Clean Up Day at the Ranch

Looking for a service project or just like to help out Stevens Ranch. Come help spruce up Stevens Ranch, and have fun while you do it. Bring a sack lunch and don't forget your work gloves! Looking for adults who would love to help out, girls are welcome but all girls must be accompanied by plenty of adult supervision. This does not have to be a troop activity anyone can come. There is no cost except your time.

Open House at Stevens Ranch

 

Time to start thinking about summer plans. Some of the best fun-filled summer plans you can make include going to resident camp. Anyone can come visit and learn about resident camp, meet some of the camp staff, and tour the grounds. 

Tours will be from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Last tour of day goes out at 3:00 pm.  All tours leave each half hour and take about one hour. No registration is necessary to attend. 

Program Aide and Volunteer in Training Course

This course if for girls who want to become either a Program Aide (Cadettes) or a Volunteer In Training (Seniors and Ambassadors).  Being a PA and/or VIT, is the perfect way to gain those leadership skills. Once you become a PA or VIT, you will be able to mentor younger Girl Scouts by sharing your skills, passions, and experience.

*** The following requirements must be completed before taking this course.  You can find the specifics in The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for your age-level.

First Aid for Girls

Do you want to learn First Aid? Do you know what to do if someone gets a scrape, cut, or broken bone? What about a bee sting or poison ivy? Learn the basics of First Aid, and Be Prepared!

Girls will receive a completion certificate, and work towards the requirements for their age-level Legacy First Aid Badge.

(* Depending on the age level, girls may earn all or only a portion of the Legacy First Aid Badge.  Attempts will be made to earn as many steps as possible.)

*** Please bring a sack lunch to class.

Program Aide and Volunteer in Training Course

This course if for girls who want to become either a Program Aide (Cadettes) or a Volunteer In Training (Seniors and Ambassadors).  Being a PA and/or VIT, is the perfect way to gain those leadership skills. Once you become a PA or VIT, you will be able to mentor younger Girl Scouts by sharing your skills, passions, and experience.

*** The following requirements must be completed before taking this course.  You can find the specifics in The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for your age-level.

Horses, Horses, Horses

This is the first step in Stevens Ranch’s CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) based series of sessions. Visit the barn daily (weather permitting) and learn to groom a horse, basic horse care, tack basics and basic riding skills. Completion of Horses, Horses, Horses is a pre-requisite for Horse Fan.

Camp Aides

Come to Stevens Ranch and have fun while flexing your leadership muscles! Camp Aides will bunk together while working with a unit of younger girls and assist with crafts, daily activities and kapers. All work and no play makes for a very dull Camp Aide, so we have lots of  fun stuff just for you! Prerequisites: Girls must have completed Program Aide Training, and camped for one six day session of resident camp.

Born to Ride

Expand your horsewomanship skills and knowledge while working on your CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) 2A riding skills.  Learn riding patterns while learning how to bridle your horse, your own tack check, and learn the standing-two point and posting position trot as well as how to post on the correct diagonal in Level 2 form. Plus - try your hand at the lope.

Pre-requisites: Horses, Horses, Horses, Horse Fan ,  and Let’s Ride or completion card/CHA Level 1 Certification. Note: Completion of Born to Ride is a pre-requisite for Cowgirl Up!

Camp Aides

Come to Stevens Ranch and have fun while flexing your leadership muscles! Camp Aides will bunk together while working with a unit of younger girls and assist with crafts, daily activities and kapers. All work and no play makes for a very dull Camp Aide, so we have lots of fun stuff just for you! Pre-requisites: Girls must have completed Program Aide Training, and camped for one six-day session of resident camp.

Cowgirl Up!

This horse session includes a Stevens Ranch rodeo that you will help plan and participate in!  In addition you will work on your CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) level 2B skills, which include being able to identify leads while in the lope and learning additional fun horse riding patterns while continuing to expand your knowledge of horse first aid and nutrition.

Pre-requisites:  Born to Ride completion card or CHA level 2A Certification, Let's Ride, Horse Fan, and Horses, Horses, Horses.  

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