Have you seen the bog at Black Mo via ultraviolet light or widdled a roasting stick? What is your favorite summer constellation? Check out the State College Girl Scouts Summer Outdoor Challenge checklist for fun ways to get outside and celebrate summer.
So far we have had a blast earning our Daisy Trail Adventure, Daisy Outdoor Art Maker, Brownie Letterboxer, and Brownie Outdoor Art Creator badges. We can’t wait to see our older girls as we continue with small, outdoor events.
Juniors – we will be earning our Junior Geocacher (and placing an official geocache at Bald Eagle State Park!) and Junior Outdoor Art Explorer badges on June 26. Registration will close on June 19, so be sure to register today.
Cadettes – we will be earning our Cadette Outdoor Art Apprentice badge on July 17 and we you will join for a full day of outdoor adventure. Click here to register.
Finally, we hope that Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors will join Trout Unlimited for their S.T.R.E.A.M Girls program at Black Moshannon State Park on August 7. You can register here.
Other outdoor opportunities in our area include an American Canoe Association Introduction to Kayaking course on June 20th for teens and adults. This course is being taught by our long time canoeing instructor Joan Geleskie.
Thank you to all the troops and families who helped us honor our fallen soldiers by either laying flowers in the cemetery or participating in the walk to the graves during the Boalsburg Memorial Weekend activities.
Throughout the weekend, Girl Scouts and their families stopped by the cemetery to lay flowers and pay their respects to our fallen. On Monday evening, we joined the vintage ladies, Scouts BSA, and the Boalsburg Fire Company in walking to the cemetery from the town center to patriciate in a short ceremony.
The sunflowers in Tudek Park are continuing to grow, but we still need your help to make our Sunflower House a reality! In addition to helping with watering, we would also like to add a border of painted rocks. Troops (or individual families) are invited to paint rocks and leave them around the edge of the plot. We encourage groups to use these (or similar) rocks in order to provide uniformity. Rocks should be clear coated in order to protect against the elements.
The Service Unit has returned to in-person Service Unit meetings and we would love to see a representative from your troop at Nittany View Park on June 13. Service Unit meetings are a great way to meet other troop leaders, learn about local opportunities, and find out what the rest of the State College Girl Scout community is up to. If you are interested in joining a Service Unit committee, we want to see you! We encourage anyone attending to please RSVP.
If you are looking for Summer opportunities for your Scout, check out the summer program flyer from Council:
Registration is also continuing for the Service Unit Summer Outdoor Fun Days. If you are trying to register a newly registered Girl Scout and need an account to register for an event, please contact the site admin.