We are trying to gauge interest in the community organizing an annual bridging and investiture ceremony so that we can celebrate these important milestones as a community. Please take a moment to complete this brief survey.
Do you care about the fate of Camp Golden Pond and other GSHPA properties? Find out what’s going on by participating in one of GSHPA’s Spring Governance Meeting webinars on Mon. March 6 or Thurs. March 9, both from 6-8 p.m.
Join us at our Regional Governance Meeting for membership, delegates, CEO, board chair and Board of Directors to meet and discuss the council and its future plans and directions.
Agenda will include updates from and discussion with the Council’s Long-Range Property Planning Committee, which is tasked with making decisions about the fate of GSHPA’s camp properties, including Camp Golden Pond.
Membership participation is encouraged – you needn’t be a delegate or alternate to participate in the governance meetings!
Two webinars are available, both from 6-8 p.m.: Mon. March 6 and Thurs. March 9
To see the agenda and register for either session, go to http://www.gshpa.org/content/gshpa/en/events-repository/2017/regional_governance_.html
See info about the LRPP process at: http://www.gshpa.org/en/our-council/LRPP.html
In addition to early registration for the Spring and Summer Camporees, registration for several other exciting events is closing soon:
Money Manager Workshop for Brownies: On My Honor Campus Scouts will be hosting a Money Manager Workshop for Brownies on March 18th. Sign up before March 3rd!
Girl Scouts at the Movies: GSHPA Community 416 will be returning to the movies to see Beauty and the Beast on March 21! Sign up before March 3rd to get a fun patch.
World Thinking Day: Our World Thinking Day celebration will happen on April 7th. Sign up before March 15. Please note that even if you contacted Beth about representing a country, you still need to register for the event.
Community 416’s 2017 World Thinking Day celebration, scheduled for Friday, April 7, is off to a great start. We have 26 troops committed to attend the event, where we will showcase 21 countries. The initial country selection deadline has passed, but it is not too late to join the fun at this community-wide event! Scouts from all levels will be attending. Please contact Beth Maybee to find out how your troop can be involved or register today.
All participants need to register before March 15 – if attending as a troop, please have the troop leader complete the registration. The cost for each scout attending is $5; troops may send a payment to Megan Gregor by April 1 or bring to the event.