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Fort Worth Area Fall Kick Off

Annual Fall Kick Off is an awesome event for troop leaders and all adult Girl Scout volunteers!  Mark your calendar for a day of fun, great workshops, visits with Council Program Partners, resources for leaders, inspiring speakers and great information to help you deliver a wonderful year of Girl Scout fun to your girls.

Outdoor 101

Outdoor 101 is the prerequisite for all outdoor classes. This class provides participants with the basic knowledge required to take girls camping at both council and non-council facilities. Participants will learn the 8 Basic Outdoor Skills, progression in the out of doors, Safety Procedures, Council policies, proper dress, and camp rules.

Feel free to bring your sack dinner with you and eat while we meet!

Participants will also have the option of calling in to the training if prior arrangments have been made.

Volunteer Retreat + Cabin Camping - Abilene Area

This is the start to an amazing year with Girl Scouts!  You will enjoy fabulous workshops which prior attendees have suggested while also getting the chance to participate in sessions full of engaging activities and the chance to just relax. Workshops include long awaited topics such as: Keeping Girls Interested and Building Troop Family Support.  In this overnight course, participants will learn fire building safety, menu & activity planning, proper care of equipment, knots and the basic concept of Leave No Trace.

Tents

Learn how to put up, storm lash, take down and choose tents. Also learn where to camp other than Council facilities. You will also have the opportunity to experiment with various types of tents.

Tents

Learn how to put up, storm lash, take down and choose tents. Also learn where to camp other than Council facilities. You will also have the opportunity to experiment with various types of tents.

Teen Mentoring Program Aide

When girls guide or teach others, they act as mentors. One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Program Aide to deepen their understanding of what leadership development means and get excited about guiding others. While learning how to be a champion mentor, girls will be able to deliver fun with purpose to younger Girl Scouts. Note: Before girls attend this course, they must have earned the Leader-in-Action (LiA) award.

Teen Mentoring Program Aide

When girls guide or teach others, they act as mentors. One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Program Aide to deepen their understanding of what leadership development means and get excited about guiding others. While learning how to be a champion mentor, girls will be able to deliver fun with purpose to younger Girl Scouts. Note: Before girls attend this course, they must have earned the Leader-in-Action (LiA) award.

Outdoor 101

This course is the prerequisite for all outdoor classes. It provides participants with the basic knowledge required to take girls camping at both council and non-council facilities. Participants will learn council policies, procedures, proper dress, and camp rules.

Outdoor 101

This course is the prerequisite for all outdoor classes. It provides participants with the basic knowledge required to take girls camping at both council and non-council facilities. Participants will learn council policies, procedures, proper dress, and camp rules.

Gold Award Take Action Workshop

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 requirements, building a timeline, selecting projects and the required paperwork. Bring your Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting, paper, and pencil to use while going th

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