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Outdoor 101 is an introduction to camping and the outdoors. It covers the basic outdoor skills as well as how to prepare to go camping and what to pack. It also introduces all participants to the properties available throughout the council which have troop camping available. You are not ready to go camping yet. Taking this course is a...
Yes, science can be fun!! Imagine doing wacky science experiments and learning about all the things that robots can do. This will be a "hands on" fun activity for all age level girls.
Girls will be inspired by the many murals and paintings in the museum as they experiment with color, style, and materials to complete all requirements for their Painting badge. Snacks and supplies will be provided. Girls will need to bring a large old shirt to wear as a smock to protect their clothes.
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This course will inform you about organizational structure, forms and policies, along with progression required. A required course for new leaders.
If you would like to mentor a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior or Cadette group, then come to this course and become a Volunteer In Training. To attend this course you must have completed the ninth grade and your project should span a three to sixth month period of working with a troop.
This event will take away the mysteries of earning a Bronze or Silver award. Join us as we explore the requirements for each of these awards. These workshops are for Juniors and Cadettes. Girls need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The Gold Award is the highest award in Girl Scouting and is earned by Seniors and Ambassadors. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines and will go over requirements and forms. Both girls and leaders/volunteers are encouraged to attend the workshop before starting on their Gold Award Project.
Learn about Journeys. This course provides specific information related to grade level journeys. Participants will be guided through the materials & badge/awards, as well as the Adult and Girl Guide books for the specific levels.
Girls will be going on a "Nutrition Safari" that will be an adventure in healthy living. They will be making their own snacks for the adventure and having fun doing various activities and playing games. All age levels are invited on this journey.
Learn the meaning of the three keys of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and how to use resources to support the GSLE, including the journeys with accompanying adult guides.
This course provides new volunteers with basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts. A required course for new leaders.
You will learn the meaning of the three keys of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and how to use resources to support the GSLE, including the journeys with accompanying adult guides, and how to use the Girl Scout processes in all activities. Participants will explore the Girl Scout processes which are girl-led, learning by doing and...
This event will take away the mysteries of earning a Bronze or Silver award. Join us as we explore the requirements for each of these awards. Juniors and Cadettes and their leaders and parents are encouraged to attend this event.
The highest awards in Girl Scouting are named after metals. The Gold Award is earned by Seniors and Ambassadors. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines for the Gold Award. Both girls and leaders are encouraged to attend the workshop before starting on their Gold Award Take Action Project. Topics include how to lead girls through the...
One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Program Aide. While developing their leadership skills, they are also becoming role models for younger girls and will be working with them on many Girl Scout activities. Before attending this course, girls must have earned their Leader-in-Action (LiA) award.