Savannah 2019 Updates – Sign Up Deadlines!

State College Girl Scouts is going to Savannah, GA in June 2019!  If you will be  a Cadette or older for the 2019 school year and would  like to travel with us but missed the April meeting, please plan to attend the meeting on Sunday, May 6th at Gray’s United Methodist Church, 5687 Buffalo Run Rd, Port Matilda from 2:00-3:30 p.m. Girls and adults will be choosing their top picks for what we should do while in Savannah.

A non-refundable deposit of $100/person is due by June 1st, along with a signed financial contract and a code of conduct.  The first 50 people to register will get spots, so don’t delay. Registration will open May 6th at 7:00 p.m. and continue until full. We will be doing fundraising to help defray the cost of the trip.

If you need have any  questions or need financial assistance, please email savannah2019@statecollegegirlscouts.org.  

Savannah 2019

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”

2019 Older Girl Trip to Savannah

We are exploring interest in organizing an older girl (Cadettes+) trip to Savannah, Georgia in the summer of 2019. Activities would include visiting the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, the first Girl Scout Headquarters, museums, historic sites, scientific natural areas, riverboat trip on the Savannah River, ghost tours, shopping, and visiting the beach at Tybee Island.

We will need to start making reservations this summer so let us know if you are interested! Continue reading “2019 Older Girl Trip to Savannah”

Camp Leadership Training

We are establishing an initiative for older girl scouts (8th grade +) to complete a Service Unit level Camp Leadership Training program. Completing the program will allow the girls to plan and facilitate activities at our summer and fall camporees. Girls who are part of this team will be charged the lower adult rate in addition to accumulating service hours. Running camp programs will also provide demonstrable leadership skills that will enhance your college applications and resumes.

Our first CLT event will take place during the Daisy/Brownie Winter Camping Weekend at Camp Golden Pond Jan. 26 – 28. Register by Dec 10 for reduced rate ($10 per girl or adult); final registration deadline is Dec 22 ($15 per girl or adult). We need at least 12 participants in order to cover lodge rental for the weekend. 7th- and 6th- grade cadettes who are mature and experienced campers may participate if accompanied by at least 1 cleared adult per troop.

Please contact us if you are interested in completing the Camp Leadership Training program, would like to help us train our girls, or have any thoughts on the program. Continue reading “Camp Leadership Training”

World Thinking Day Updates and Reminders

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.

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