Older Girls: April 2010 Archives

Girl Scouts of NE Kansas & NW Missouri's destination, Juliette Low Camp, has openings for camp counselors.   The girls must be at least 15 years old.   This is a great opportunity for any girl who wants a career in health care.   The cost of the Destination is $500.  The camp is for girls with physical disabilities and the counselors give the girls an opportunity for a resident camp experience.    As a selected counselor, the girls will train with experienced, special education professionals prior to the start of camp.  During each camp session, they will provide the campers with the opportunity to enjoy swimming, songs, games, and campfires.  They will also assist/take care of the campers dressing, feeding, personal care, and transportation around the camp (wheelchair power!). 

 

Counselors need to arrive July 6 and depart for home on July 31.   There are openings for 20 counselors.  The deadline for application is June 10, 2010.    

 

Anyone interested please call Kathy Wood, or send their application by e-mail or US mail to:

Girl Scouts of NE Kansas and NW Missouri

Attn. Kathy Wood 

8383 Blue Parkway

Kansas City, Missouri 64133

816-759-3013 

Fax. 816-358-5714

kathywood@girlscoutsksmo.org

Tikal (Guatemala), temple 1, August 2006

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Are you a girl who is interested in:

Archaeology?    History?

Learning About Different Cultures?

Spanish Language?    Travel?

Taking the Trip of a Lifetime?

 

If you answered yes to any of the above then you may be interested in joining girls from across the nation for Guatemala's Historical and Natural Treasures.

 

During this trip you will explore the diverse terrain of this tropical paradise on an adventure to Guatemala's colonial cities, picturesque lakes, and ancient Mayan ruins. Guatemala is a richly diverse cultural center situated in the heart of Central America. Guatemala is world renowned for its colonial cities, impressive Mayan Ruins, beautiful tropical forests, and indigenous peoples. You and thirteen other girls will venture to Pacaya Volcano National Park, hike the summit to learn about geology, and traverse the jungle-shrouded ruins at Tikal discovering the ancient and present day Maya. There is so much to experience in this historically rich country of Central America. This trip is chaperoned by two council staff members of Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina who are trained to work with high school girls. The trip is outfitted and organized by Holbrook Travel. A local tour guide will be with the group 24 hours a day once in Guatemala.

 

Who: Girls who will be between the ages of 15-18 during the trip

When: July 9-17, 2010

Cost: $2,460 (cost is all inclusive from Miami, with mandatory travel/trip cancellation insurance, except $30 Guatemala departure tax and gratuities for guide and driver)

How: This trip is sponsored by Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina. If you are interested in applying please contact Lesley Robinson, Director of Program for Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina at 843-552-9910, ext. 224 or lesleyrobinson@girlscoutsesc.org

More information about the trip can be found at:

http://www.studio2b.org/escape/destinations/event_details.asp?eventid=386

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Wicked (musical)

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Girl Scouts went to New Orleans April 3.  Cadette Girl Scout Lily writes about her trip:

 

I went to New Orleans with my friends to see the musical play Wicked, which is the story of the Wicked Witch of the West.  It was at the Mahalia Jackson Theater near the French Quarter, so we walked to Jackson Square, got hot dogs and admired the artwork. Then we ate beignets at the Café du Monde. Now that was good! Then we hurried back to the theater to get to our seats in time for the play.

 

I really liked Wicked because I liked the costumes, the music, the sets, and the story. I liked the costumes because some of them were sparkly and old-fashioned. I liked the music because it was bouncy and the singers were really good. The sets were great; I liked the dragon and Glinda's bubble the best. The dragon sat on top of the set and blew steam while its head moved. Glinda's bubble descended from the top of the stage with Glinda in it. I liked the story because there was no clear line between good and evil, so it was more like the real world.  I had a great time!

 

Thanks for the review, Lily - sounds like you had a great time!

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