More opportunities for teens are available through council at the Teen Edition.
Interested in other Activities and Events just for Teens go to the FROG (Frederick Older Girls) website for more information.
Come with us to the Greek Isles and get away from the winter blues at our Lock-In. Teen Girls in 6th-12th grade can participate in activities with a Greek flair. We'll dine on a Greek dinner of gyros and Greek salad. After dinner take participate in several activities of your choice including a nail bar, hair bar, game room, and Mythology activity.
You can also choose one of these activities making and "evil eye" bracelet (beads with leather cord), a silver Greek Key necklace, or pottery painting. We'll also have a cooking class where we'll make a Greek dessert for all those at the event (limit 20 girls for this activity). Later in the evening we'll have movies overnight including: Mama Mia, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Percy Jackson, etc. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to be a PA at Camp? Not able to attend your camp’s training?
Or, do you need PA Training to work with younger girls?
Attend the PA Training on March 16, 2019 at Trinity UMC. The first part of the day will be spent training with the GSCNC PA Training materials. Training will complete the training portion but does not include the LiA, the mandatory six (6) sessions working with younger girls will be completed on March 17, 2019 at the Brownie Outdoor Journey Workshop location TBD. The LiA you will need to earn on your own or attend one of the two session offered this GS year.
Training will include PA Training Manual, activities, materials and pizza lunch. At the end of training after a short break we’ll start in on planning for the Brownie Outdoor Journey workshop on 3/17/2019 to complete the six (6) activities. Girls must have earned the LiA, complete the training and participate in the Brownie Outdoor Journey to earn the PA Award.
We’re often told that we live in the age of information. It’s true we’re surrounded by data – from TV, the Internet, and from our friends. But, not all information is created equal. Some is leading, and some is downright wrong. It’s important to know how to uncover the truth in what we see and hear, to judge sources on credibility, accuracy, reasonableness, and support for their claims. In this badge, you’ll find out how to separate fact from fiction.
1. Evaluate your sources
2. Investigate what the experts say
3. Be a wise consumer
4. Find truth in your everyday life
5. Become a citizen journalist
Prerequisite: Find one News Story that is of interest to you, follow the story on two news sources (I.e. Fox News, America One Network, CNN, MSNBC) two online sources (Social Media, Website, Blog) and two print news sources. Make notes of how the coverage differs and bring to Workshop.
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll be able to figure out what is true in the media, online, and what I hear in my daily life.
Performance is a powerful way to make an impact on an audience—and a perfect way to put your leadership into action. Its also a fun way to sharpen your communication skills, and grow relationships and networks. Get out there and show your stuff!
1. Pick your performance style
2. Find and develop material
4. Launch your performance
5. Put on your show
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know how to organize a team of people and put together a performance.
Pre-requisites: Each girl needs to propose 3 TV shows to watch for this badge workshop by April 15, on the 15th we’ll pick 3 shows from the following categories: Comedy, Family, Drama. You will need to use the attached form to critique each show and bring to workshop.
A special agent wears many hats – detective, scientist, psychologist, enforcer of the law. No wonder novels and shows about their work are so popular! In this badge, grab your magnifying glass and your microscope, and uncover your skills in one of the most exciting – and demanding – jobs for investigative minds.
1) Investigate investigation
2) Reveal reality
3) Try the science
4) Key in to body language
5) Practice the art of detection
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know secrets from the worlds of forensic science and criminal psychology.
Workshop minimum is 12. Cost for the workshop is $20.00 and includes badge, snack and materials for workshop. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before start time for check-in. We will start promptly. This workshop will include learning about Forensic Science so pleas ensure the subject is appropriate for your daughter. Girls should bring their own refillable water bottles and a pen or pencil. Girls not present and participating in workshop will not be refunded after registration deadline. Bridging 5th grade Juniors and current Cadettes can attend Badge Workshop.
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