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Presented by Girl Scout Troop 9302

*Making Snow       
*Building a Geyser  
*Making Slime 
*Fingerprint Identification       
*Optical Illusions        
*Penny Adhesion  
*Butterfly Collection       
*Static-Electricity Ball 
*Insect Collection      
*Animal Skeleton              
*Fossil Collection


Saturday, October 22, 2011

TIME/PLACE: 9:00 a.m. to Noon
Zion Chapel School Science Lab located on Highway 87 in Jack, AL
COST: $10.00 per girl
Open to all GS levels with a minimum of 20 and maximum of 30 total
checks made payable to GSSA Troop 9302 and mailed with event registration form to GSSA Troop 9302 c/o Marsha Jordan, 150 County Road 223, New Brockton, AL 36351.  Please indicate the number of fun patches your troop will need

How cool would it be to camp out with dinosaurs? The Gulf Coast Exploreum invites all Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts to attend an all new, overnight camping adventure. Campers will visit the Dinosaurs downtown traveling exhibit as well as the Dinosaurs Alive! IMAX film.  


Campers will also be able to visit over 150 hands on exhibits including the Hands On hall, Minds On hall and My Bodyworks. Juniors will complete activities to earn the Oil Up and Science Discovery badges. Brownies will complete activities to earn the Science Wonders and Science in Action try-its.  


Cost: $35 per camper (+$5 optional food package)

        $15 per chaperone (+$5 optional food package)

When: 5 p.m. March 26 - 7 a.m. March 27

Where: Gulf Coast Exploreum, Mobile

Contact: Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, extension 1202 (email)

To register: Send the Event Registration Form to the Mobile Service Center by February 23

United We Serve

The Auburn University College of Sciences and Mathematics' Society of Women in Sciences and Mathematics (SWSM) will hold its 4th annual Women's Leadership Symposium on Friday, August 21, 2009, at The Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center from 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.  The university is holding 5 slots specifically for Girl Scouts until August 5.   This is for girls in 9-12 grade, and 50 girls will be invited to attend.  Interested adults also may attend for the full $50 fee.  For more information or to get an application, please contact Nancy Melkerson at

Symposium Schedule:
 ??????? 8:30 am- Networking Breakfast
??????? 9:30 am- Registration
??????? 10:00 am- Panel Discussion
??????? 11:15 am- Roundtable
 ??????? 12:00 pm- Lunch and Program including keynote

Keynote Speaker and Panelists
Dr. Kathy Pearson '84- Keynote
Dr. Pearson is a senior consultant and the Director of Executive Education for Decision Strategies International (DSI), a management  consulting firm focused on scenario-based strategic planning and decision-making. Dr. Pearson also serves as an adjunct associate professor in the Operations and Information Management Department at The Wharton School.

Brittany Barnes '09- Panelist Pharmacy Student, Auburn University
Erin Edmondson '07- Panelist Life Science Teacher, Auburn City Schools
Dr. Andrea Hardwick '00- Panelist Optometrist, Hardwick Vision Center
Janayah Hudson '96- Panelist Director of Surgical Technology Program, Aiken Technical College
Please visit for more information about SWSM.

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