Every Girl Scout goes above and beyond to make a difference in her community and the greater world. The skills and experiences she gains along the way set her up for special recognition through the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards.
All three awards give girls the chance to do big things while supporting issues they care about. Check out the GSWW website for more information on pursing one of the Highest Awards.
C/S/A Event Director For Teens Workshop
Doing money earning events for your Higher Awards or travel? Learn the ins and outs of planning an event at the Event Director for Teens virtual workshop. Learn about the different roles on a planning team and how to make sure you have everything covered! Date TBD.Stay tuned for more information!
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Hiking 101: Know Before You Go!
April 25, 2021 @ 10-11am PST (CANCELED)
Join us on Zoom to chat about everything you need to know before going hiking. This information session is great for Girl Scouts and Troop Leaders alike! Beaker will go over the 10 Essentials you should have with you on every hike and we'll also provide you with a Spring Photo Scavenger Hunt PDF make your hikes this Spring a little more fun.
Registration is CLOSED.
February 13, 2021 @ 2PM PST
This event is FREE!
During this fabulous event, Micheal Anderson, author of Zoey Lyndon's Big Move to the Lou, will meet with us virtually to talk about the writing process and to answer your letters!
To participate and earn your Junior Scribe Badge:
1) On Your Honor, each girl must purchase Ms. Anderson's book (except for siblings) and read Zoey Lyndon's Big Move to the Lou. You can purchase the book on Amazon HERE. We would love for you to send us a picture of you with your book!
2) Write a letter to the author and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 5th. We will send them to Miss Anderson all at once for her to respond to during the event. **This is required to receive the Zoom link.**
3) Attend the event on February 13, 2021!
Badge Kit Workshops
Earn your Brownie Leap Bot badge or Junior Balloon Car badge with an engineer!
Purchase your Brownie Leap Bot or Junior Balloon Car badge kit* and attend the event (for FREE!) to earn your badge! Our resident engineer, Beaker, will walk you through all the steps listed in the included instruction booklet to complete all the badge requirements.*Badges sold separately.
There will be a 10 girl maximum for each event, but a waitlist will be available for future badge kit events. Registration will close 1 week prior to the event and you will need to have your Badge Kit purchased by that date to have it in time for the event.
Come meet Corey C, our Helicopter Pilot, former Boy Scout, and parent of a Scouting Family, for a tour of a Helicopter Air Ambulance Eurocopter EC-135.
This Light Twin Engine Helicopter is configured as an ambulance and has many of the things you'd find in an Emergency Room such as a Ventilator, Oxygen, Heart Rate Monitors, Heart Defibrillation, Medicines, Blood, Plasma.
The ambulance portion of the tour is led by the Nurses on shift (there are always 2!). These Nurses come prepared with 6-10 years experience in an ER/ICU/NICU.
WARNING: If the Helicopter Ambulance gets called for an emergency, this event will be cancelled and rescheduled at the crew's convenience.
This activity fulfills, Brownie Girl Scout Badge, "My Best Self" #5 Meet a health helper.
"I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America, and all the world, and we're going to start it tonight!"
Juliette Gordon Low was no wallflower. She may have worn fancy dresses and loved tea parties, but she also pushed boundaries, stood her ground, had a great sense of humor and playfulness and dedicated her life to making sure all girls were able to do all of the things!
Join Girl Scouts in the North Region as we learn from Christie Crahan, dressed up as Juliette Gordon Low to celebrate our founder's 160th Birthday! This dynamic, entertaining, and educational event helps Girl Scouts be moved by learning where we came from and inspired by where we are going.
The registration fee included the patch as well as a donation to Our Cabaña. Thanks to over 140 attendees from more than 30 states, we were able to donate $650 to our friends at The World Foundation for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts!