GSCNC Association 37 – Frederick, Maryland
GSCNCAssociation 37 – Frederick, Maryland

Activities and Events for Cadettes

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.

March 2020

It's Summer Down Under

Australian Teen Lock-In

Registration Due February 21, 2020

Date:  March 6, 2020

Time:  7:00 PM - 8:00 AM on March 7, 2020

Location:  Trinity UMC, Frederick, MD  

Cost:  $30.00

 

If it's winter in north America that means it’s summer down under! Come enjoy dinner and activities with an Australian flair. We’ll have a BBQ dinner, watch Australian themed movies, have some of Australia’s favorite snacks and make some fun Australian theme crafts. We’ll also have your favorites games, hair and nail bar as well as the ever popular cooking class.

 

Bring your sleeping bag, pillow and air mattress or sleep pad and have a great time. Cadette, Senior or Ambassador registered Girl Scouts and their friends are welcome to come with their Troop, Juliette or individual Girl Scouts are welcome to come on their own.

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Cadette New Cusisines Badge Workshop

Registration Due March 15, 2020

Date:  March 29, 2020

Time:  2:00 - 5:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $30.00

 

Culinary possibilities are as diverse as the globe of people who cook them.  Wherever you go in the world, a version of pocket bread holds something delicious, and your sweet tooth can be satisfied with everything from date syrup to lingonberry jam.  In this badge, cook up four dishes from across time and distance, and find out where your taste buds want to travel!

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April 2020

Cadette Finding Common Ground Badge Workshop

Registration Due March 20, 2020

Date:  April 3, 2020

Time:  7:00 - 9:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $23.00

 

Democratic governments exist to help citizens with differing opinions find common ground – the place where people’s thoughts, opinions, and beliefs intersect.  Whether it’s Congress, your state, or the local town council, elected leaders often have to make trade-offs  - giving up some things they favor to gain support for others.  In this badge, investigate how our government does it – and how you can, too.

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Cadette Think Like an Engineer Journey Workshop

                                         Registration due March 21, 2020

Date:  April 4, 2020

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $36.00

 

Interested in exploring engineering. Want to know what they do and how they impact the world. Come to the Cadette Think Like an Engineer Journey Workshop and learn how engineering makes the world a better place.


We’ll learn how Engineers go about researching challenges and using their expertise in overcoming them and make the world safer, more accessible and even fun. Engi-neers impact everyone on a daily basis whether is it building roadways and bridges, prosthetics for people and animals or pushing the envelope to build fun but safe rides or launching women into space. They also work in areas that make computer games, assistive software and your favorite social media site. Almost everything you touch on a daily basis began with an engineer.

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Cadette LiA Think Like an Engineer

Registration Due April 3, 2020

Date:  April 17, 24 & 25 2020

Time:  Meetings 7:00-9:00 PM event 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $23.00

 

Must sign-up and attend all 3 dates to earn LiA Award.

 

Cadette Girl Scouts can earn their LIA Award through planning session activities  and  then presenting them to Brownies at Journey Event.  Girls will complete all requirements for the LIA Award by attending both planning meetings April 17th and 24th as well as running sessions at the Brownie “Brownie Think Like an Engineer” Journey event on April 25, 2020

 

Meeting on April 17th will be “working with younger girls” training and Cadettes will be put into small groups to work with younger girls and discuss session activities to be presented.  Meeting on April 24th, girls will run through their session presentations and set-up for event on Saturday..  April 25, girls will host sessions for Brownies earning their “Think Like an Engineer Journey”.

 

Only Cadette Girls Scouts currently in 6th through 8th grade who are mature enough to work with other Cadettes and younger girls with limited adult supervision should register for this Workshop and Event.  Adults are expected to help with session timing and health and safety, but not run sessions for the Cadettes.

  If you have any questions please email troop81378@gmail.com ore kskingsford@gmail.com.

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May 2020

Cadette Eating for Beauty Badge Workshop

Registration due May 19, 2020

Date: May 3, 2020

Time: 2:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $25.00

 

Location information available 2.3.2020.

 

Nutrition isn’t just about maintaining a healthy weight: Eating well helps you inside and out.  Choosing the right foods can help you sleep better, stress less, and get smooth skin, shiny hair, and strong nails.  In this badge, find out how to eat to keep your skin glowing, your mind focused, and your energy flowing!

 

If you have any questions please email troop81378@gmail.com ore kskingsford@gmail.com.

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Cadette LiA Citizen Scientist 

Registration due April 24, 2020

Date: May 8, 15 & 16, 2020

Time: Meetings 7:00-9:00 PM event 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Camp Potomac or Brighton Woods

Cost:  $23.00

 

Must sign-up and attend all 3 dates to earn LiA Award.

 

Cadette Girl Scouts can earn their LIA Award through planning session activities  and  then presenting them to Brownies at Journey Event.  Girls will complete all requirements for the LiA Award by attending both planning meetings May 8th and 15th as well as running sessions at the Brownie “Brownie Think Like a Citizen Scientist” Journey event on May 16, 2020

 

Meeting on May 8th will be “working with younger girls” training and Cadettes will be put into small groups to work with younger girls and discuss session activities to be presented.  Meeting on May 15th, girls will run through their session presentations and set-up for event on Saturday..  April 25, girls will host sessions for Brownies earning their “Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey”.

 

Only Cadette Girls Scouts currently in 6th and 8th grade who are mature enough to work with other Cadettes and younger girls with limited adult supervision should register for this Workshop and Event.  Adults are expected to help with session timing and health and safety, but not run sessions for the Cadettes.  If you have any questions please email troop81378@gmail.com ore kskingsford@gmail.com.

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Bridging Cadettes can attend Summer 2020 Sow What? Gold Award Boot Camp

Check Senior/Abmassdor Page

June 2020

Cadette Robotics Badge I, II & III

Registration due May 23, 2020

Date: June 6, 2020

Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location:  GSCNC Brighton Woods or Frederick, MD

Cost:  $35.00

 

Location information available 3.6.2020.

 

Cadettes can come to a fun filled day learning about robotics.   We’ll complete the requirements for all three badges in the set during a one day program, pizza lunch will be provided for attendees.

 

Robotics I—Programming Robots

Robots are machines that can detect what’s going on around them and use that information to decide how they’ll interact with the physical world. To help you understand how robots work, learn about the parts that make up a robot. Get started with electronics by making a simple sensor, something robots use to function without human operators. Then practice coding robots using important programming concepts like functions and loops.

 

Robotics II—Designing Robots

Researchers often build robot prototypes from materials that are cheap and easy to find. They may include crafts materials, like paper and cardboard, and household materials, like rubber balloons. For this badge, come up with ideas and build a prototype of a new kind of robot that could help someone to overcome a daily obstacle.

 

Robotics III—Showcasing Robots

After engineers build a working version of their robots, they release them to the public. They may enter them into challenges and competitions or market them through a website or crowd-funding campaign. Now that you’ve built your robot prototype, it’s time to share your design with others and explore a future in robotics.

 

If you have any questions please email troop81378@gmail.com or kskingsford@gmail.com.

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Important News

Mobile Shop 

Mobile Shop  - Check back for the Fall dates

 

Click here for the new GSCNC Online Shop

 

Associaiton email for for information is info@frederick37gs.org

Local Council Office & Shop:

Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital

Martinsburg Girl Scout Office and Shop

153 McMillan Court

Martinsburg, West Virginia  25404
Phone: (304) 263 - 8833 or (888) 263 - 8834

www.gscnc.org

 

Germantown Girl Scout Shop 
20201 Century Blvd. Suite 100
Germantown, Maryland 20874
(301) 987-8718
 

Shop information 

Council Headquaters:

Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital

4301 Connecticut Ave NW

Washington DC, 20008

 Phone:  202 237-1670

www.gscnc.org

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