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.
Are you working toward your Gold Award? Have you already earned your Gold Award? If so, we'd love to have you join us for one of our Dine-Arounds this season.
What's a Dine-Around? Dine-Arounds are informal dinners, brunches, teas or other events that are hosted by Women's Advisory Board members at their homes or businesses. They are a unique chance to gain insight from successful women and will prove to be an amazing networking session.
The most up to date Dine-Around information can be found at http://www.gscnc.org/dine_arounds.html and is available in the weekly e-edition and TEEN edition.
Questions? Contact Carrie Banachowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 534-3782.
PURPOSE: Frederick County GS Legislation/Proclamation Day – Our Scouts will be presented on the Senate and House Floors, learn about the legislative process, view Legislative Sessions from both Senate and House galleries, State House Tour, learn and meet our Legislators with our GS cookies during lunch.
WHO: Second year Juniors (5th Grade) and Up/FROG’s are invited. 53 seats available; first come basis with payment.
WHEN: Friday, March 2, 2018 – Public school 2-hour early dismissal. Present this flyer to your teacher for the day’s credit!
WHERE: Meeting/parking at Frederick Costco (northwest corner – Costco gas station). The bus will leave Costco promptly at 8 AM. Arrive by 7:45 AM. Leave Annapolis 3 PM, arrive back to Costco ~4:30 PM. Scouts are more than welcome to meet us at the State House by 9 AM (via personal transportation – deduct $18.00)
LUNCH: Box lunches will be ordered from Jimmy John’s and eaten in the Miller West 1 room in the Senate Office building. Lunch has been calculated in the overall price.
WHAT TO BRING: Wear nice clothing, comfortable walking shoes and Girl Scout vest. Please ensure your scout has eaten a healthy breakfast. We request that each girl bring at least ONE BOX OF GIRL SCOUT COOKIES for her legislator.
Nothing’s more important than good health – and, as women, we have unique health issues at every stage of our lives. How can you make the health decisions that are right for you, and what kinds of support are out there to guide you? Do this badge to find out! Identify health topics facing women in your community and across the globe, explore those that matter most to you, and – in the last step – reach out and raise awareness to spread good health to the women in the world.
1. Investigate the tests that help women stay healthy
2. Find out how fads and beauty practices impact health
3. Focus on techniques to help you stay emotionally healthy
4. Take a closer look at a women’s health issues
5. Get the word out on a women’s health topic
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know how women can lead healthy lives.
This workshop deals with sensitive issues and appropriate permission slip is required
We will be discussing women specific health testing and Breast Cancer
Girls must attend workshop to receive badge. Minimum to hold event is 12, maximum is 24 per workshop. Girls can attend with their troop or on their own. Please complete the Permission form attached for any girls attending on their own. Registration and payment due February 18, 2018, no refunds after this date.
Are you interested in earning your Gold Award?
Need to complete a Journey?
Want to work with a group of girls with the same goals?
The Gold Award Boot Camp is for you. This program is designed to assist girls with earning a Journey and completing a comprehensive Gold Award Workshop including: brainstorming ideas, understanding the Gold Award process, understanding the scope of a Gold Award Project and providing you with the tools you need to complete your proposal.
Girls will need to make a commitment to attend four meetings and a overnight. We’ll make them the commitment that they will complete all the requirements for a Journey, explain the Gold Award Process, and work with them on their project ideas and proposal writing* to assist in meeting the Gold Award standard.
The boot camp cost is $90.00. It includes the Journey Book, Journey Take Action Project, Journey Award, Overnight, Gold Award Workshop, all materials and Notebook with Handouts. Sign-ups are due February 11, 2018, All payments are due February 25, 2018, any sign-up not paid by this date will be canceled. No refunds after February 25, 2018.
Boot Camp Meetings are Sunday, March 11, 2018, April 15, 2018, May 13, 2018, June 10, 2018 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Brook Hill UMC in Frederick, MD Overnight is scheduled for April 20, 2018 (date subject to camp availability). Minimum to is 10 maximum is 24. If interested in attending please sign-up here. You can pay via credit or debit card for GABC and complete registration at sign-up. You can also sign-up online and send the form with payment.
Girl Scouts should register on their own with a family email address so they get all information in a timely manner. Please sign-up for all dates so you receive reminder emails. For more information: email@example.com
Guest Speaker from Loudon Animal Services with some furry friends
As consumers of beauty products, clothing, and chicken nuggets, and as pet owners, horseback riders, or circus spectators, our relationships with animals play a big role in our lives. What are the specifics of the complex relationship between animals and humans? If you want to know more so you can make informed choices – and help others make them, too – this badge is for you.
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll better understand animal issues worldwide and know what I can do to help
This badge is your chance to build friendships and community networks by leading a series of fun, inventive, and challenging games. Use your vision – of what’s surprising, fantastic, team-building, and, most of all, fun! – to invent some unforgettable activities. Making games is about pushing boundaries of creativity and possibility: It’s not just about thinking outside the box, but getting rid of the box all together. Enjoy exploring your imagination!
1. Break the ice
2. Imagine all the world’s a board
3. Create a physical challenge
4. Get puzzled
5. Make an ultra scavenger hunt
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll be able to design and organize games that will bring people together for creative and thoughtful fun.
Girls must attend workshop to receive materials and badge. Minimum to hold event is 12, maximum is 24 per workshop. We strongly suggest that your sign-up online, if registration and payment are mailed and the event is full they will be returned. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Locavore – 9:00 AM-1:00 PM - Learn about buying local and cook up a great lunch with Dad Workshop fee: $28.00 includes badge and all materials and supplies for Dad and Daughter both
A locavore is someone committed to eating locally grown, seasonal foods. The efforts of locavores can be important – and delicious – steps toward healthful eating, helping the environment, and supporting local farmers. Ready to try it out?
Ambassador Dinner Party - 2:00 PM - After Dinner and Clean-up Approximately 6:30 PM Workshop fee: $36.00 includes badge and all materials and supplies for Dad and Daughter both
Chefs are on the cutting edge of entertainment, and are masters of building community at the table. They, also, have the thrill of defining and redefining delicious in their kitchens every day. For this badge, try on a chef’s apron as you throw a great dinner party, bring people together, and practice creating course after course with finesse and flair. Three course dinner will be prepared and served.
All participants will work on requirements, meal preparation and service. Meals will be served family style.
Anyone with severe food allergies should not sign-up for this event as we will not be able to accommodate for them at this event.
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Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
Martinsburg Girl Scout Office and Shop
153 McMillan Court
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Phone: (304) 263 - 8833 or (888) 263 - 8834
Germantown Girl Scout Shop
20201 Century Blvd. Suite 100
Germantown, Maryland 20874
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Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
4301 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington DC, 20008
Phone: 202 237-1670
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