Results tagged “Ambassador” from Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
Adults are also asked to volunteer. Some may serve as standard bearers, while others will assist in other duties for Navistar, as assigned.
Prior to the event, girls and adults will be asked to attend (in person or via conference call) an hour-long training sometime in August prior to the event.
The price to attend this event is $12 per person. Girl and adult volunteers will receive a Navistar LPGA Dri-fit T-shirt, special 100th anniversary Girl Scout cap (to be worn at the event...we want them to know you're a Girl Scout!), Navistar baseball cap or visor, five tickets for use during any day of the event, light refreshments while they are working and a commemorative patch.
We are only allowed to have 50-60 girls/adults volunteer on Saturday and only 20-30 on Sunday, so be sure to register soon!
We'd like to offer a special thanks to volunteer Becky T. for putting together this fabulous program!
When: Monday, April 25
4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Where: Magnolia Grove Golf Course, Mobile
Program Level: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Girl Scouts
Minimum: 15, Maximum: 30
Fee: $3 (includes snack and a patch)
Registration deadline: In office by April 19
Questions? Contact Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, ext. 1202
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Location: Brown Recreation Bldg, Enterprise
Cost: $8 per person, $15 per couple (girl/father figure)
Fee includes: patch, crown, finger foods, DJ/dance music
Program: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts, sorry no tag-a-longs
At the beginning of the dance, all girls will be formally introduced as they enter the stage. Have your cameras ready!
A professional photographer will be on hand to take portraits for those who wish to place orders. Bring cash or check.
Registration Deadline: April 4
Mail Form and fees to:
1088 County Rd 725
Enterprise, AL 36330
September is National Voter Registration Month. The National Association of Secretaries of States is working to give new voters an opportunity to know the registration deadlines and requirements for the November 2 general election.
Girl Scout Ambassadors who will be 18 on or before the November 2 election date can register today! The State of Alabama closes voter registration ten days before an election. To access official, nonpartisan registration and voting information specific to where you live, visit www.canivote.org. To register now, visit www.voteagain2010.com/actnow. You will find tools and information to make your voter registration easier, as well as volunteer opportunities to help others register to vote!
For our younger Girl Scouts, visit http://www.sos.alabama.gov/Kids/index.htm to learn more about the State of Alabama, elections, history, fun facts, and other cool stuff just for kids!
Join older girls from Southern Alabama and Florida Panhandle for Silver and Gold training under the new Journeys standards. Girls must bring leader or advisor and adults are limited to the suggested girl/adult ratio. Girls will do training for awards, leadership development, team building and fun activities.
Where: Camp Kugelman in Lillian
Check in: 9 a.m. Saturday, August 28
Check Out: 10 a.m. Sunday, August 29
Cost: $25 girls and adults (includes meals, snacks, lodging, materials)
Optional Night: Friday- Sunday, $30 check in 8 p.m. Friday (includes snack Friday night and Breakfast Sat.)
Grade Levels: Open to 6th-12th grade girls interested in earning the Silver or Gold award
Minimum: 18; maximum 50
Registrations due: Mobile Service Center by August 13
Contact: Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, ext. 1202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This is a collaboration between Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama and Girl Scouts of the Florida Panhandle. Future Take Action weekends will take place at other camps in our jurisdiction.
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Due to popular demand, Woody has added a special session for Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors at Camp Scoutshire Woods! July 4 - 9 girls will enjoy a full week of traditional camp fun with games and songs. There will also be fireworks and a picnic. Camp staff will bring back the camp favorite "Win it in a minute" game.
When: July 4 - 9
Who: Junior and up Girl Scouts (girls going into 4th through 12th grades)
Where: Camp Scoutshire Woods
To register, turn in:
Matlock, Johnnie Cochran, Clarence Darrow, Perry Mason, John Grisham, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Hilary Rodham Clinton, Elizabeth Dole, Barack and Michelle Obama are famous (fictional and real) lawyers.
Lawyers have many options over the course of their careers. Besides private practice, they can become a prosecutor, government counsel, corporate in-house counsel, judge, arbitrator, law professor or politician. Legal training is good preparation for many non-legal jobs, such as corporate executive, government administrator, investment banker, entrepreneur or journalist.
Girl Scouts in middle school and high school can explore what it takes to be a lawyer with a young, female attorney. A new series pathway focused on legal careers is starting, and we want you to shape this group. June 22, you'll meet to decide:
What activities do you want to do? How often do you want to meet? How do you want to communicate? What do you want to call yourselves? Do you want to work on IP's? Do you want to go on trips?
Get involved in this from the ground up by RSVP'ing by June 21 to Molly Smart at extension 1402.
Who: Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts
When: 4 - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 22
Where: Volunteer Center, Mobile
RSVP by: June 21
Contact: Molly Smart, extension 1402
Introducing the Newest Journey Series
Available in December 2010, the "It's Your Story--Tell It!" leadership journey series uses a storytelling theme in a fun way for you to better understand yourself and your potential.
On this journey, an emphasis is also placed on media literacy and creative expression. All along the journey, you'll have opportunities to engage in a variety of arts, including performing, visual, culinary, and new media, to tell your story and take action to make the world a better place.
Check out the grade level titles and themes:
Daisy: 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals!
Daisies learn just how much they can care for animals and for themselves--and just how good that makes them feel.
Brownie: A World of Girls
Stories teach Brownies clues about how they can create positive change in the world--change that affects girls.
Juniors learn just how many roles are open to them in the world and the possibilities those roles open for them.
Cadettes look for the ME in media and learn how they can shape media--for themselves, their community and the world.
Senior: MISSION: SISTERHOOD!
Seniors learn how widening their network broadens their world, and benefits the world as well.
Ambassador: BLISS: Live It! Give It!
Ambassadors learn to dream big, now and for their future, and begin their legacy as leaders who help others achieve their dreams too.
When: July 16-18, 2010
Age: Juniors & up
Cost: approximately $150 per person TBD soon; Cookie Bucks or destination funds accepted.
You talked, and we listened! We've received several requests for a mini-destination for which girls can use their cookie money. Here's the perfect opportunity. Spend the weekend in Chattanooga, TN, seeing many local attractions.
After enjoying a moonlight cruise Friday evening, we will sleep at the pier of the Chattanooga Riverboat Company. Saturday will be spent visiting the aquarium and other local attractions. Saturday night, we will spend the night at the Creative Discovery Museum. Sunday morning will be an underground adventure at Raccoon Mountain - caving for the adventurous and a walking cavern tour for everyone else. Price includes sleepover lodging, meals (Friday dinner -- Sunday breakfast), an event patch, entrance fees and caving equipment rental. Transportation is not included.
Minimum: 50; Maximum: 100
Registration deadline: $25 non-refundable deposit per person due to the Mobile Service Center May 1, 2010.
The $25 non-refundable deposit is required for all participants, including girls using cookie money.Contact: Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, extension 1202
Girl Scouts in grades 6-12 are invited to an overnight event with the Mariners. Girls will spend an evening of fun and games with pizza and movies.
GSSA's Mariner Crew Program, an active marine program, includes self-rescue and other water skills, sailing, emergency preparedness and eco-action. Mariners participate in sailing and disaster training. They also are taking a sailing trip from Key West to the Dry Tortugas in 2010!
When: 6:30 p.m. Friday, November 6 - 8:30 a.m. Saturday, November 7
Where: Dauphin Way Methodist Church, Mobile
How to Register: Send the Event Registration Form to the Mobile Service Center
Registration Deadline: November 2
For More Information, contact "Woody" at 251.689.6627 or e-mail email@example.com.
Calling all Girl Scouts ages 12 and up! Pack up your gear and hit the road with the Gulf Pines council to Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham. This trip will let you fine tune your primitive camping, day hiking and nature exploration skills.
We will meet at Camp Iti Kana in Mississippi on Friday, cook dinner, check gear, and get to know each other. Then we will head to Oak Mountain State Park Saturday morning where we will set up camp and plan our day hikes for Sunday and Monday.
Register early! This trip is limited to 20 participants!
Who: All 2009-2010 registered Girl Scouts age 12 and up (To chaperone, please call Kari Vicknair at 601.582.1455)
When: Friday, November 20, 6 p.m. to Monday, November 23, 6 p.m.
Where: Camp Iti Kana, Wiggins, MS, and Oak Mtn State Park, Pelham
Cost: $85 per person (Includes all meals & snacks, transportation, lodging, activities and a T-shirt!)
Registration Deadline: November 6, 2009
Download: Gulf Pines' Event Registration Form
Make a weekend of it! Come to Badge Day at USA Oct. 10 and come back Oct. 11 for:
An older girl event for 6-12th grade girls
When: 2-5 p.m., Sunday, October 11, 2009
Where: USA's Ballroom in the Student Center
Cost: $5 for Girl Scouts, $12 for non-Girl Scouts
Registration Deadline: October 5
Older girls are invited to a purple filled afternoon on the USA campus. You'll learn about opportunities especially for you, while enjoying music and activities. There will be door prizes, step dancing, eco-friendly facials, and so much more! There will also be information on cool travel opportunities, scholarships, college info, camp opportunities, etc.
There will be an adult session about older girl activities for parents and leaders in a separate room in the student center, so all of you girls don't have to worry about your leaders hangin' out with you!
Hi, my name is Kayleigh S. I'm an Ambassador Girl Scout with Troop 8493. I am asking for support from my fellow Girl Scouts to help me in a service project, called Nurses, Infants, Community United (NICU). This program supports The Children's Miracle Network, that helps preemie babies, and helps soothe the troubled times for the babies' families. I am asking the Girl Scouts because I know that the girls have loving and caring hearts and would love to help the babies and their caregivers for our local hospitals.
Your donations would brighten their days. The babies are not able to visit their mothers so much, so the nurses love to take pictures and print them out and give it to the worried mothers. The babies also listen to nice relaxing music to help them sleep. They often have to change the babies' blankets and they tend to run out of fresh ones in one day's time. They use expo markers to constantly update the boards with the babies' info for the parents and loved ones.
Some of the items needed are: new digital cameras, blankets, CD players and relaxing CD's, photo paper, and expo markers.
Your support is greatly appreciated!! We will be taking donations through November 15, 2009. Please set up a box within your troop and items collected can be dropped off by your leaders at your local Girl Scout office.
If you have any questions e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GO GIRL SCOUTS!!
NEW! Girls of all age levels can use group e-mail to market the cookie and fall product sales and Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors can use social networking sites, such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to market their products, as long as you follow certain guidelines. For more about this exciting news, check out the 411 on Online Marketing for Girl Scout Product Activities.
And before you can start marketing online, be sure to fill out the Internet Safety Pledge with your parents!
The Hawaii Adventure destinations event has spaces available!
Camping, Kayaking, and Snorkeling on the Big Island
This adventure is designed to highlight one of the most naturally beautiful regions in the country, allowing a diverse, up-close and personal Hawaiian experience.
your chance to visit beautiful Hawaii. You and thirteen other adventurers will
learn about hydrology, hike to waterfalls, visit a local school, swim, snorkel
and explore underwater ecosystems. Discover geology, volcanology and ecosystem
ecology, walk through a lava tube and view flowing lava, and much more. Don't
miss out on this opportunity!
Stay in comfortable lodges and enjoy tent camping on this program.
Applications must be received by Feb. 13, 2009 to Mary Anne Brutkiewicz at email@example.com.
Get more info and download the application at http://www.studio2b.org/escape/destinations/event_details.asp?eventid=463
Hey girls! I just wanted to let y'all know about our latest big adventure! For those of you who don't know us, Haleigh and I are seniors at Satsuma High School, and also Girl Scouts from north Mobile County. This past week, we traveled to Washington, D.C. with a group from our school. We were with the Close Up program, a program that takes high school students to D.C. every year. This year, however, we were able to go to all kinds of Inaugural events! We saw President Obama being sworn in, we attended an Inaugural ball, and we went to the awesome concert on Sunday! (That's where this picture was taken.) The concert was amazing, because we got to see so many famous people, like Garth Brooks, Usher, James Taylor, Tom Hanks, Queen Latifah and Beyonce; as well as President Obama and Vice-President Biden. Being in Washington D.C. during this eventful time was so incredible; we were there to witness history -- along with three million other people! The crowds were insanely huge -- we couldn't move our arms we were packed so tight! The only thing worse than the crowds was the cold, and boy was it cold! Most days, it was in the 20's and 30's, sometimes with a wind chill in the teens! Also, Haleigh got to march in the Inaugural parade with Mobile's Azalea Trail Maids, which was a huge honor. For me though, one of the coolest things was meeting new people. We stayed in a hotel with several hundred other Close Up students from all over the country, (our roommates were from California!) and it was great to see how alike we were -- and how different. Close Up is a great program, so if you ever get an opportunity to participate in the program, go for it!
Leah N., Ambassador Troop 8495
Hi everyone! Service Unit 807 from North Mobile county held its annual Camporee this past weekend at Scoutshire Woods. My troop planned and organized the whole event. It was awesome! Our theme was "Wild West Weekend." We opened Friday night with a barn dance where we learned square dancing and line dancing. Saturday we enjoyed canoeing, archery, and horseback riding. We also had a "Lost Gold Mine" treasure hunt, and a terrific barbeque dinner!
Since all the girls in my troop will graduate from high school this year, this was our last camporee, so we wanted to make it a good one. It was a lot of work, but seeing all the little (and big) smiling faces made it all worthwhile. Over 120 girls and adults attended, and everyone agreed it was the best camporee ever!
--Leah, Ambassador Troop 8495