As we storm through booth season, please remember to submit your sales data to our Cookie Booth Predictor. Even if you do not personally use the tool, many troops (particularly new troops or troops branching out to unfamiliar territory) use this tool to stock appropriately for their booths. Your data can be a life saver to your sister scouts.
Note – we do NOT import sales data from eBudde as our site is not connected to any GSHPA databases. We are a wholly independent entity.
As the weather warms we hope to see you at our upcoming Service Unit Camporees!
Spring Camp and Daisy Day(May 18 – 19)
Registration is now open for Spring Camporee! Early registration will run until April 7th. Regular registration will continue until April 28th.
Spring Camporee is an unstructured event where troops are invited to camp to just hang out, work on a badge, and generally do their own thing. This year we will be at Black Moshannon State Park.
Daisy Day is a structured program for Daisies during camp to introduce our newest scouts to being outdoors and the Leave No Trace philosophy.
Summer Camporee (July 5 – 7)
Early registration for Summer Camporee will open on March 31st and continue until May 19th. Regular registration will continue until June 9th.
Summer Camporee will return to Camp Golden Pond with an astronomy theme.
Winter is wrapping up and we are tiptoeing into spring. Please be sure to place your winter challenge patch orders and start working on spring!
If you have ideas you would like to see incorporated into future challenges or think your troop might want to design the 2020 patch, please let us know!
While the preferred delivery method for patches is Service Unit Pickup, we have added an option to have your patches delivered by USPS.
Camp Golden Pond is now taking reservations! If you troop is looking for a place to camp this summer, be sure to consider Camp Golden Pond as an option.
As far as Friends of Golden Pond has come in recent months, they still have a long way to go before the camp is secured. You can read their latest update here.
256 scouts from 25 troops gathered for World Thinking Day to represent 20 countries from around the world. Troops greeted each other in the language for the country they researched, sampled food, and learned about people from all around the world.
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