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DSC08611.JPGLPGA invites Girl Scouts to meet and greet some of the country's best women's golfers. Girls will participate in a putting clinic and spend time with the lady golfers, learning about the sport of Golf and fulfilling your dreams.

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

2010_Bulletin_Insert.jpgThe first Girl Scout meeting in the United States was on March 12, 1912. To recognize this special event in Girl Scout history, the week including March 12 is known as Girl Scout week. The Saturday and Sunday of this week are known as Girl Scout Sabbath and Girl Scout Sunday. This week is an opportunity for girls to make a special effort to celebrate Girl Scouts.


Your troop can recognize scouting by asking your religious organization to place the Girl Scout bulletin insert on Girl Scout Sunday or Sabbath. This year Girl Scout Sunday is March 6 and Girl Scout Sabbath is March 12. The inserts are free, but supplies are limited, so put your order in quickly to ensure you have enough for your organization. 


Last year's insert (pictured right) was designed by Cadette Girl Scout Abbie R. of Troop 8184.  The back of the insert will have the Girl Scout Promise and Law, and GSSA contact information.


Order forms can be e-mailed to, faxed or mailed to either service center. Please order as many bulletins as there are people in your congregation.  The inserts can be put in service unit boxes for the service unit meetings in March or they can be picked up at the council.

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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. 


Cost: $265

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:

Registration Form

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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

Cost: Free

RSVP by: June 21

Contact: Molly Smart, extension 1402

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 Caf???? 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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Online Marketing!


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!

Below is an article Cadette Girl Scout, Savannah, from Troop 7098 in Auburn wrote and had published in the Opelika-Auburn newspaper.  Savannah is a cub reporter for the newspaper.  She will have articles on the sea turtles every week until they are due to hatch. 


The Journey Of An Alabama Sea Turtle

savannah.jpgI went to Gulf Shores with my family for summer vacation. We were tired from the four hour drive on Sunday. We decided to hang out with our neighbors by the pool. Normally, we would have been on the beach that evening looking for crabs.  Little did we know that a rare sea turtle had swum ashore to lay its eggs in the canopy right next to ours.  Early Monday morning as my Mimi and Papa Ronny walked the beach they saw the Bon Secour Wildlife Rescue people examining what they believed to be where a sea turtle had come and laid its eggs. Sure enough, as they began to dig the Bon Secour Wildlife Rescue people found 128 round eggs in the shape of ping-pong balls. They believe that the turtle that laid the eggs is an endangered species called the Kemp Ridley sea turtle. There are only 1,000 females that are known left of this species. The Bon Secour Wildlife Rescue people carefully moved the eggs to a safer spot. They were only able to move 126 because two of the eggs were broken. The area on the beach where the eggs have been moved is now posted. There is a $100,000 fine and time in jail if the eggs are harmed in any way.
If you would like to follow or adopt this nest you can go to: and visit the nesting season statistics. The ID number is C-1 and the date found is 6/9/08 on West Beach 2. I will continue to have weekly follow-ups on this sea turtle and will have more interesting information on the Kemp Ridley sea turtle.


To read more of Savannah's series: The Journey of An Alabama Sea Turtle, visit



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