On Thursday, March 15th a group of girls and adults met for an informational meeting about a June 2019 trip to Savannah, Georgia–a charming southern city and the Birthplace of Girl Scouts. Travel dates are not yet set but will be sometime between June 15th and June 23rd, 2019.
Keep reading for important details if you are interested in participating! Continue reading “Savannah 2019”
Spring Camporee is right around the corner, summer camporee registration is going to start soon, and we have a date and location for fall camporee!
We can’t wait for spring camp! We have 128 girls and 21 troops committed to attending what will likely be our biggest spring camp ever. If you are signed up, be on the look out for your camper letter (it will be heading to your inbox ~2 weeks before camp).
We are still looking for facilitators for archery, canoeing, and fishing. If you (or someone you know) can commit to helping us share these wonderful skills with the girls, please let us know.
Summer will be here before you know it and registration for Summer Camporee will open on April 1st! Talk to your troop and be ready to take advantage of the early registration period.
If you are interested in helping plan and deliver our badge programming for this camp, please contact the camp committee. This camp will not happen without your help.
We will also need facilitators for archery, canoeing, and fishing at summer camp. Please let us know if you or someone you know can help us out!
Mark your calendars for our first Camp Anderson Fall Camporee on Sep 21-23.
On Feb 18 we had the honor of presenting the Gold Award to three Girl Scouts from Troop 41183. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. The Gold Award is the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn and demonstrates the commitment these inspiring young leaders have made towards changing the world for the better.
Congratulations to Nicole Pandolfi, Megan Petrine, and Ann Sepich!
Continue reading “Congratulations Gold Award Recipients”
Our service unit has a cookie costume available to borrow. To reserve the service unit cookie costume, contact Rachel. To reserve the council costumes, contact Susan. Be sure to include the day(s) the costume is needed and your troop number!
If you are unsure how many cookies you should take to a booth, a good place to start is reviewing last year’s Cookie Booth Sales Data and getting a suggested inventory from the booth predictor. After your booth, be sure to submit your booth data so we can learn from your experience. The more troops that contribute, the more accurate our booth sales predictions will be!
Continue reading “2018 Cookie Season – Costumes & Booth Tips”
Cadettes and Seniors from troops 41220 and 40218 earned the 2018 Global Action and World Thinking Day awards at a recent meeting. They explored the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals through activities from the WAGGS World Thinking Day 2018 Activity Pack, and collected coins for the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund. Locally, they are making an IMPACT this year by organizing a supply drive for Pets Come First during the Service Unit’s annual skating party and donating cookies and supplies to Stormbreak girls’ shelter.
State College Girl Scouts Service Unit 416 will celebrate World Thinking Day with a country expo after cookie season, on April 27.
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