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Leadership Essentials

Leaders explore Girl Scout processes - girl led, learn by doing, and cooperative learning.  Learn how to use available resources including the core program, "Journeys" and the Girl Guide.   

Prerequisite: New Member Orientation

New Member Orientation

REQUIRED for all Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders.  This class provides new leaders and assistants with basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts.  You will learn the parts of a troop meeting, where to find resources for your troop, and how to guide a "Girl Led" troop.  After you complete this class, your Girl Scout adventure begins.

New Member Orientation

REQUIRED for all Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders.  This class provides new leaders and assistants with basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts.  You will learn the parts of a troop meeting, where to find resources for your troop, and how to guide a "Girl Led" troop.  After you complete this class, your Girl Scout adventure begins.

New Member Orientation

This class is required for all Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders.  This class provides new leaders with the basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts.  You will learn the parts of a Troop meeting, where to find resources for your troop, and how to guide a "Girl Led" troop.  After you complete this class,  your Girl Scout adventure begins.

Log Cabin Village Fall Events

Log Cabin Village is an excellent place for troop or individual field trips.  Here is a list of Fall/Winter Events.  For more information and reservations, contact Log Cabin Village directly.

Gold Award Training

First, think about how you want to change the world - or at least your corner of it. What would be awesome to do?

Do you want to teach your friends how to sew then mobilize your community to make pillow-case dresses for children in Africa? Plant an eco-friendly, educational garden at your school? Create a reading program for elementary kids? Because your Gold Award project is your idea and something you care about, there’ll be nothing else like it—and that’s pretty cool.

New Member Orientation

This class is required for all Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders.  This class provides new leaders with the basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts.  You will learn the parts of a Troop meeting, where to find resources for your troop, and how to guide a "Girl Led" troop.  After you complete this class,  your Girl Scout adventure begins.

Family Fun Day with Girl Scouts

Looking for an easy way to sample Girl Scouts?  Mark your calendars because we’ve got an open house just for you!  Come join us for a day filled with fun, hands-on activities. Activities include outdoor cooking, archery, songs and games, and community service. Current Girl Scouts are encouraged to bring a friend along with spending their cookie bucks in the shop!

Family Fun Day with Girl Scouts

Looking for an easy way to sample Girl Scouts?  Mark your calendars because we’ve got an open house just for you!  Come join us for a day filled with fun, hands-on activities. Activities include outdoor cooking, archery, songs and games, and community service. Current Girl Scouts are encouraged to bring a friend along with spending their cookie bucks in the shop!

Bronze and Silver Workshop

The highest awards in Girl Scouting are named after precious metals. Juniors earn the Bronze Award and Cadettes earn the Silver Award. This workshop reviews Girl Scouts USA guidelines for each award. Both girls and leaders are encouraged to attend the workshop, which will include topics on how to lead girls through the requirements, building a timeline, selecting projects and the required paperwork.

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