Other Opportunities: April 2011 Archives

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We are thrilled to be approaching the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouts of the USA on March 12, 2012, and we're gearing up to celebrate this occasion in style! We have so many exciting plans and so many different ways to celebrate the 100th. 

We've created a page on our website just for 100th Anniversary plans and announcements.

We hope you'll visit this site often to see what cool new things are happening in honor of Girl Scouting's biggest anniversary ever.

If you want to get involved, volunteer, or make a donation, please contact 100th@girlscoutssa.org. Be a part of history; celebrate the 100th Anniversary of GSUSA!
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The Civilian Marksmanship Program* is hosting two main Camp Riflery Instructors Training courses.  There will be one course at each of our locations.  Cost is $35.00 per student.  This is a one day course and a quick lunch will be provided.  These courses are designed to help out the smaller camps that do not have the minimum amount of students.
CMP South Anniston, AL 05/16/2011
CMP North Camp Perry Training 06/09/2011
To register please click here:  http://clubs.odcmp.com/cgi-bin/matchInfo.cgi?matchID=7131  Please double check that you are signing up for the correct location.
If you have any further questions please email Kathy Williams at kwilliams@odcmp.com .

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is a national organization dedicated to training and educating U. S. citizens in responsible uses of firearms and airguns through gun safety training, marksmanship training and competitions.
sportsmuseum.jpgLooking for a great FREE field trip for your troop?  The American Sport Art Museum and Archives (ASAMA) is located on the campus of the United States Sports Academy in Daphne.  ASAMA has one of the largest collections of sports art in the world.  Museum tours last 45-90 minutes and can be scheduled Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  If your tour is near lunch, a box lunch can be purchased. 

Troop leaders just need to contact Leigha Bolton at 251-626-3303 or lbolton@ussa.edu to schedule the event.  She requests at least a week notice.

Horse Trail Ride

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The 2011 Southeastern Equestrian Trails Conference (SETC) is quickly approaching and they want Girl Scouts to be part of this exciting event held in  Auburn, Alabama on July 21-23, 2011. (Participants can choose to attend only on Saturday, July 23, if they wish.)

The focus of SETC is to discuss ways to create and maintain sustainable trails.  This cannot be accomplished without the youth of today.
The youth and adult conference sessions will run concurrently.
The goal of the SETC 2011 youth component is to harness and cultivate their passion for the equestrian way of living so that the things done today will last for tomorrow.  The SETC will include youth into regular sessions where they will learn valuable information from the leaders of today.  Plus some events will be exclusively for youth teambuilding.  There will also be an open forum during the final afternoon, for the youth to speak about what they want from the equestrian life and trails.  Conference organizers anticipate this session will be an encouragement to ALL attendees.
More information is available at their website: http://www.southeasternequestriantrails.com 
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