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If you can volunteer, please contact Lydia Pettijohn at 251-479-5700.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is having their 3rd
Annual Bunny Chase 5K and Family Fun Festival Saturday, April 23, from 8 a.m.-12
p.m. at the Medal of Honor Park in Mobile.
They are looking for some older Girl Scouts to help with face painting and hiding Easter eggs. If you or your troop would like to help, please let Erica Bass, email@example.com know by Friday, April 15.
Girl Scout troops are also invited to register and run in the 5K or 1-Mile Fun Run. Register online at active.com.
The Kappa Delta's have announced the badge offerings for this year's event. Since we are late offering these choices, we are extending the registration deadline (with no late fee) until September 30. KD Badge Day is a very popular program where Brownies and Juniors earn two badges and older girls earn one IP. The Junior choices for this year will be: Global Awareness, Healthy Relationships, Car Sense, A Healthier You, Weather Watch, Earth Connections, Finding Your Way, Drawing and Painting, Dance, and Outdoor Cooking. Older girl choices will be: Women's Health, From Stress to Success, Just Jewelry, and Your Own Business. Brownie offerings will be available next week; contact Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, ext. 1202, to find out which badges will be offered.
Thanks to the generosity of a local business, Girl Scouts have been given a special evening at the Hank! Girl Scouts and their families can attend the August 27 Bay Bears game as they play the Huntsville Stars.
For just $2 per ticket, families can not only attend the game, but also have supper, play on the inflatables and Bay Bear Beach, AND stay for fireworks after the game! The local business will be in attendance, and would love to see the girls they've sponsored show their Girl Scout pride by wearing sashes, vests or troop T-Shirts.
The ticket includes the game, an amusement wristband, a hot dog and a Pepsi. Event Registration Form with payment should be submitted to the Mobile Service Center no later than Wednesday, August 25. Tickets will be available at the Will-Call window.
Who: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts, Adults and Tagalongs
When: Gates open at 6, the first pitch is at 7:05 p.m. Friday, August 27
Where: Hank Aaron Stadium, Mobile
Registration Deadline: Registrations must be received in the Mobile Service Center by Wednesday, August 25
Cost: $2 per person
Contact: Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, ext. 1202
The Sea Lab program, September 17-19, for Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts has always been one of our most popular programs. Registrations have been slow this year and several leaders have expressed concern about the conditions at Dauphin Island due to the oil spill. The staff at the Sea Lab has assured us that this program will go on, as planned.
Beach conditions vary greatly from place to place and time to time. The safety and well being of our girls is our top priority and modifications will be made to the program, should conditions necessitate them. However, we still expect this to be a wonderful program and are optimistic that we will have sufficient registrations. The deadline has been extended to August 20, 2010. Please contact Mary Anne, extension 1202, for further information.
Katelyn L., a Cadette Girl Scout from Illinois, is creating a 50 state cookbook for her Silver Award project. She needs recipes from each of the following categories: appetizers, main dishes, desserts, and camp fire foods. We would like to send her some recipes that represent the best the South has to offer. If you have a special Southern recipe you would like to put in Katelyn's book and help her achieve her goal, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 20, 2010.
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 girls to shape this group. June 22, girls will meet to decide:
What activities do the girls want to do? How often do they want to meet? How do they want to communicate? What do they want to call themselves? Do they want to work on IP's? Do they want to go on trips?
Get your girls involved in this from the ground up by RSVP'ing by June 21 to Molly Smart at extension 1402.
When: 4 - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 22
Where: Volunteer Center, Mobile
RSVP by: June 21
Contact: Molly Smart, extension 1402
It's Your Story--Tell It! Journey Series
Available in December 2010, the "It's Your Story--Tell It!" leadership journey series uses a storytelling theme in a fun and grade-level relevant way for girls to better understand themselves and their potential.
On this journey, an emphasis is also placed on media literacy and creative expression. All along the journey, girls have opportunities to engage in a variety of arts, including performing, visual, culinary, and new media, to tell their stories and take action to make the world a better place.
Check out the grade level titles and themes, and get a taste of the "It's Your Story--Tell It!" journey series right now by downloading the activities below and trying them with girls in troops, groups, series, events and camps.
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.
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama is planning a mini-Destination to Chattanooga, Tennessee July 16-18 and it is not for the faint of heart! This action packed trip offers something for everyone!
Friday, July 16: Destination Chattanooga begins Friday evening at the Chattanooga Riverboat. We will enjoy a movie and dinner before our moonlight cruise on the Southern Belle Riverboat. Then we will sleepover on their new dockside boat.
Saturday, July 17: Breakfast at the Riverboat and then on to a full day of touring Ruby Falls, Rock City Gardens, the Incline Railway and the Tennessee Aquarium. Saturday evening will be a sleepover and dinner at the Creative Discovery Museum.
Sunday, July 18: Breakfast at the Creative Discovery Museum and then on to caving at Raccoon Mountain Caverns. You will have a choice of the Wild Caving Eco Tour or the Crystal Palace Walking Tour.
Our destination ends mid-day on Sunday and troops are free to do more exploring or head home!
This all-girl trip is open to rising Juniors - Ambassadors, leaders and moms. You do not have to currently be a member of a troop to attend. The $150 fee covers all attractions, meals (Friday night -Sunday morning), a patch, a t-shirt, and the services of two experienced leaders. Transportation and parking is not included, but troops are encouraged to carpool together.
To reserve your place, send an Event Registration Form and $25 non-refundable deposit to the Mobile Service Center by May 10. The remainder of the monies will be due in two installments: $75 by May 14 and $50 by June 10. All monies are non-refundable. This is based on 50 minimum participants and 100 maximum participants. All deposits will be refunded if the minimum isn't met. Questions? Contact Mary Anne Brutkiewicz at extension 1202.
The initial deposit deadline is extended until May 10 to meet the minimum number of registrations.
We met our minimum for the Chattanooga Mini-Destination - Yea! We still have a few spaces remaining, so if you're interested in going, send Event Registration Forms with $100 non-refundable deposit to the Mobile Service Center by June 3. The balance and all forms are due June 10.
If any of your older girls are interested in getting their Silver or Gold award, then you need to attend the training for leaders and advisors. This is open to all leaders and advisors of Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts. During the training you will receive a step-by-step explanation of the tools you need to assist your girls and ensure their success. This training will also provide useful tips and pointers.
This will be the last training session on the 2006 Studio 2B standings; training for awards using the Journeys will begin this summer. There will be two simultaneous trainings on Tuesday, Feb. 23. One training will be at the Montgomery Service Center at 6 p.m. and the other at the Auburn Scout Hut at 6:30 p.m. If you are interested in attending please contact Mary Anne Brutkiewicz by email or by phone at ext. 1202.
Calling all Girl Scouts ages 12 and up! Have your girls pack up their gear and hit the road with the Gulf Pines council to Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham. This trip will let your girls fine tune their primitive camping, day hiking and nature exploration skills.
The group will meet at Camp Iti Kana in Mississippi on Friday, cook dinner, check gear, and get to know each other. Then will head to Oak Mountain State Park Saturday morning where they will set up camp and plan their day hikes for Sunday and Monday.
Make sure your girls 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, 6:00 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
For Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts
Great for team-building and confidence-boosting! Girls between the ages of 9 and 11 will experience the low challenge course, and ages 12 and up will experience the low and high challenge course. Juniors may apply this event toward the "Adventure Sports" badge, and older girls can apply this event toward the "High Adventure" IP.
Troops or individuals may register for this event. Individual girls must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Adults not participating in the course do not have to pay.
Visit the challenge course web site!
When: Sunday, October 18, from 1 - 5 p.m.
Where: Auburn University, Auburn
Ages: 9 years old and up, adults may participate!
Cost: 9-11 years old - $20.00, 12 years old and up - $30.00
Send check payable to "Auburn Girl Scouts" to:
Judy Prior, 261 Cary Drive, Auburn, AL 36830
Registration Deadline: October 5
The waiver must be signed by a parent or guardian.
For More Information: Download the flyer.
Make a weekend of it! Bring your older girls 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
KD Badge Day Extended Registration Deadline: September 18
Older girls are invited to a fun filled afternoon on the USA campus. Girls will learn about opportunities especially for them 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. This will also include a Silver and Gold Award training for leaders.
This is a volunteer-led event, so if you would like to see something like this in your area, we welcome your participation! Call Mary Anne Brutkiewicz for more information at extension 1202.
A Girl Scout Cadette Troop from Pennsylvania wants to go to Switzerland in two years, and they've come up with a new idea to raise the $30,000 they'll need to get there... What could they possibly be doing? You won't believe it! The Girl Scout troop is raising money for their trip by placing flamingos on lawns of unsuspecting victims who pay to have them removed.
Read more about it at The Pennsylvania Patriot-News Website. Maybe this story will get your creative fundraising juices flowing!
Wow! That's Engineering! in Huntsville, Alabama - Saturday, September 19, 2009
To encourage girls across the country to become involved with engineering and technology, the Society of Women Engineers has launched a new program:
Wow! That's Engineering!
Experience the creativity and innovation of engineering and technology with fun hands-on activities like:
• CSI Huntsville
• Newton's Rocket Car
• SWE's Next Top Cosmetic Designer
Come meet women engineers, scientists, and technologists and hear firsthand about these exciting careers. This event is open to the first 200 girls to register.
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: University of Alabama in Huntsville
Grade level: Cadettes
Cost: FREE, includes lunch and a patch. Overnight accommodations are available for Friday, September 18, at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center for an additional $25, which includes breakfast.
Registration: Pre-registration is required due to limited space. Registration closes Friday, September 11, 2009, at 5 p.m., no exceptions. There will be seminars for parents, guardians and troop leaders. Those wishing to attend must also register. Participants must complete a Program Registration Form which may be submitted by mail, fax, or email to:
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
1515 Sparkman Drive NW
Huntsville, AL 35816
Fax: (256) 882-1750
Contact: For more information, call Rhonda Lambert at (256) 883-1020 or (800) 410-8338 or email email@example.com.
Journey 2, "It's Your Planet - Love It" are now available at GSSA Shops
Our girls are the most enviromentally-aware young people since the "Green Movement" of the 70's. The new Journeys help them develop and focus that interest. They'll learn about the earth and have fun! Here are the details:
Girl Scout Daisies: Between Earth and Sky -- On this journey, flower friends take to the road, living the Girl Scout Law with new friends and old. Join them for sunshine, fresh air, and colors and shapes, too--and big Daisy lessons.
Girl Scout Brownies: WOW Wonders of Water -- Girl Scout Brownies find plenty of ways to WOW! themselves and everyone else on this journey. You'll find everything you need to guide the girls to LOVE water, SAVE water, and SHARE what they know.
Girl Scout Juniors: Get Moving! -- This journey offers endless energy in all its forms and functions, plus ways big and small to Energize, Investigate, and Innovate. So get set to guide Girl Scout Juniors to see that energy is what leaders are all about.
Girl Scout Cadettes: Breathe -- On this journey called BREATHE, there's plenty of space for Girl Scout Cadettes to focus all their senses on air. And all along the way, you'll be guiding the girls to their very best flair!
Girl Scout Seniors: Sow What? -- When it comes to food, what's really best for people and the planet? Girl Scout Seniors will figure that out (with you!) as they dig into far-reaching food networks on this Sow What? journey.
Girl Scout Ambassadors: Justice -- On this journey to JUSTICE, Girl Scout Ambassadors create a brand-new equation for something Earth and all its inhabitants need. Do you yearn for it, too?
Earn your Sea to Shore Interest Project Patch through this exciting hands-on program presented by the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Staff. You will experience the saltwater marsh ecosystem first-hand, handle a variety of marine creatures in the Touch Lab and learn about cephalopods through a squid dissection. The cost includes two program classes, entrance to the Estuarium, other great activities, two nights lodging, five meals, snacks and Sea to Shore Interest Project Patch.
Date: October 2-4, 2009 Age Level: Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors Time: Friday 8 p.m. - Sunday 1 p.m. Contact: Christine Shavers at 800.239.6636, ext: 2202 Cost: $80 per Girl Scout / $65 per Adult Registration/Cancellation Deadline: September 14, 2009 Download the Event Registration Form. For More Information, visit the Events and Programs page of our website.
Date: October 2-4, 2009
Age Level: Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors
Time: Friday 8 p.m. - Sunday 1 p.m.
Contact: Christine Shavers at 800.239.6636, ext: 2202
Cost: $80 per Girl Scout / $65 per Adult
Registration/Cancellation Deadline: September 14, 2009
Download the Event Registration Form.
For More Information, visit the Events and Programs page of our website.
Did you know that an impression is made within the first seven seconds of meeting someone? Seven seconds is an extremely small amount of time, so you must rely on your etiquette skills and social graces to ace that first impression. Having social grace means that you can maneuver through any situation with ease.
Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to work with the Kappa Delta sisters to earn the "Mannerly Me" etiquette patch. Saturday, May 2 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. the Kappa Deltas at the University of South Alabama will host a Spring Tea for Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes. Girls will also make Kentucky Derby hats to bring home. Lunch is included.
Grade Level: Juniors and Cadettes
Fee: $5 per participant (two adults free) Due to space constraints, please only bring enough adults to satisfy Safety Wise.
Minimum: 15 Maximum: 30
Dress: Sundress or Sunday best
Where: Kappa Delta house at the University of South Alabama campus.
Postmark deadline: April 21