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A Troop Trip folder should include completed:
  1. health forms
  2. permission slips
  3. copies of reservations, pre-payments, business contacts, etc.
  4. a troop roster with emergency contact numbers
  5. maps, destination addresses & phone numbers
  6. trip itinerary
Each driver and the at-home contact should have this info, as well.
  
Don't forget:
  • caravans (following a lead driver) are not permitted
  • verify every girls is a registered member
  • verify every adult is a registered member, an approved volunteer, & his/her required training is current
  • check Safety-Activity Checkpoint for each activity (theme parks, camping, outdoor cooking, etc.)
  • for day trips, notify SUM of travel plans and verify that you have copies of Driver's license and auto ins cards
  • for overnight trips, complete the overnight trip/camping application form (must attach copies of driver's licenses, auto insurance cards, certifications, etc.)
  • check to make sure you have the proper adult:girl ratios for the activity
  • do not sign any rental contracts until you complete a rental application and have it reviewed by a council staff member

Review the Venturing Out module on our website.
 
For questions about trip applications, insurance, rental applications, safety-guidelines, etc.
Contact: Cheryl Miller
Learning & Volunteer Services Liaison
Cell # 334.312.0433
cmiller@girlscoutssa.org
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Rockin' the Apple

4 days in New York City

June 19 - 22, 2011

Join us for "Rockin' the Apple" as Girl Scouts enjoy four days and three nights in New York City!  We'll go to all the great sites including: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Central Park, 5th Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Financial District, including the Stock Exchange and "Ground Zero", South Street Port, SoHo Art Gallery District, and Greenwich Village.  We will also see a Broadway Show.  Don't miss this once in a lifetime trip! 

Who:  All registered Girl Scouts and adults. 

·         Note:  Troops are welcome to register for this trip. 

·         GSSA Staff can supervise individually registered Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts.  

·         Daisies and Brownies must come with a parent.

Cost: $925 per person

·         NOTE: Girl Scouts can use Cookie Money earned during the 2010 and 2011 cookie sales

·         Non-refundable deposit of $100 due Sep. 15, 2010

·         2nd Deposit $200 due Nov. 14, 2010

·         Balance due Mar. 8, 2011

·         Cost Includes: Roundtrip motor coach and local transportation; deluxe hotel; all admission fees and taxes; evening activities including a Broadway Show; 3 breakfasts (all-you-can-eat-buffets); 3 dinners at NY restaurants; liability insurance; 24-hour licensed Tour Guide; and nighttime security.

·         Spending money for souvenirs, miscellaneous, and money for all lunches and meals to and from New York is the sole responsibility of the participant.  A minimum of $120 ($20 a day) for meals, snacks, and souvenirs is recommended.

Registration:  Complete an Event Registration Form for each participant (use participant's information and not the troop leaders) and mail with initial $100 deposit to:

Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama

145 Coliseum Blvd.

Montgomery, AL  36109

Minimum: 40 participants; Maximum: 50 participants

Registration Deadline:  September 15, 2010

 

Questions?  Call Christine Shavers at 334-272-9164, 800-239-6636 ext.2202, or e-mail cshavers@girlscoutssa.org.

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Join other girls and leaders from around our council on our "Heritage Trip" to the birthplace of Girl Scouting!  Take advantage of President's Day and Mardi Gras holidays and go on a once in a lifetime trip this Feb. 12-16, 2010.

 

Savannah is a fascinating city and there are many things to do, see and eat!  Just a few of the activities will be the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace Program, a dolphin cruise, a tour of some reportedly haunted places the city and a visit to Paula Dean's renowned Lady and Sons restaurant.

 

The "hold your space" deposit of $50 is due August 31, which is half refundable.

 

All of the details including cost, payment schedule and the itinerary are on the Heritage Trip flyer.  If you have questions, please contact Mary Anne Brutkiewicz (extension 1202).

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