Results tagged “Juniors” from Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
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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
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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:
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
Hi, my name is Savannah C. (pictured right) I am a Junior Girl Scout in Troop 8062, and we are trying to earn our Girl Scout Bronze Award. I am asking for your support for a special project called "Spooky to be Hungry." This project helps people in Baldwin County get canned food to their families so they can have food, especially during the holidays.
All this takes is three easy steps. First, put a bag with a flyer on your neighbors front door on October 17. Then in one week (October 24), go to that neighbors' house and pick up the bags which should be left on the doorstep. Last, on October 25, bring all the bags to your leader. Go with your troop to the Ecumenical Ministries in Fairhope to drop off the bags between 2 and 4 p.m. My troop will be there collecting, counting, and sorting all of the canned goods.
Last year my troop raised over 500 cans. Just think how many cans all Girl Scout troops in our area could raise. That will certainly make it less "Spooky to be Hungry." After we count all the food, we will report back the wonderful results.
THANK YOU so much for helping us make it LESS "Spooky to be Hungry."
Call for Entries
WHO: Calling all Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie and Junior troops or groups. Disney's FamilyFun magazine wants to hear from you!
WHAT: As part of an upcoming story celebrating Girl Scouts, Disney's FamilyFun magazine would like to feature Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scout troop or group projects and activities. The best stories will reflect fun, learning, and inspiration and be those that Girl Scouts and their families can enjoy.
In addition, the best entries will:
???? Be memorable group projects, crafts, games, or activities;
???? Highlight the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Stories about girls enjoying the Girl Scout Journeys are encouraged.
Volunteers whose stories are published will receive $250 for their Girl Scout troop or group, a free set of FamilyFun recipe and craft books, and a free print or digital subscription, so please let your leader know!
HOW: To enter, send a description of your Girl Scout troop or group's project, craft, game, or activity. Photos are encouraged! Please write "Girl Scouts" in the subject line and send your submission to: email@example.com
WHEN: Submissions are needed by Friday, Sept. 25
The Girl Scout Challenge 1 (for Brownie Girl Scouts)
You can make the world a better place! Get started on the fun by checking out this new award. You'll also discover the confidence, courage, and character that's inside of you.
Can you make the Girl Scout Law your own? Check out this brand new award to find out how. You'll use your confidence, courage, and character, and have fun along the way.http://www.gogirlsonly.org/whatsup/
Troop 9349 from Enterprise, Alabama spent months making quilts to present to Ft. Ruckers soldiers who have served overseas as part of their Bronze/Silver Award Projects. Working with a local quilt shop, they learned sewing and quilting skills, had lots of fun, and took pride in creating a project from planning to completion. They were part of a special ceremony to present quilts to the soldiers -- one of whom was the father of one of the quilting Girl Scouts!
They were even featured on local television. Here is the link to the broadcast. Check it out!
Go Girls Only is a fun and exciting web site for girls 5-12 created by Girl Scouts of the USA. This site is a safe place for girls to play games, take quizzes, ask questions, share their favorite stories, write poetry, review books, or send e-cards to friends and family.
It's fun and a great place to hang. It's so good, we keep a link over in the left sidebar of this blog! Check it out at www.gogirlsonly.org. You'll like it!