Winter Grob Fest Video Join Girl Reporter Samantha S., as she interviews the creator of G.R.O.B. (Get Rid of Bullying) – an organization created to educate students about the effects of bullying. Continue reading Girl Report | Winter Grob Fest
Lily D. Girl Reporter On November 4th I went to a baby shower put on by Girl Scout troop 640. The participants were asked to bring donations of diapers, diaper bags, baby wipes, clothes, and baby hygiene products. All of the items donated were given to Veronica’s Home of Mercy. Veronica’s Home of Mercy is organization that provides a home for struggling moms and their … Continue reading Girl Report | Veronica’s Home of Mercy: Baby Shower
Samantha S. Girl Reporter Many people celebrate veterans day. Do you? Veterans day is a day when we celebrate, honor, and remember our troops. These troops were in all different ranks and wars. Many people died, to save our country. Veterans day is when we remember those people, the retired veterans, and currently fight veterans. This year I celebrated Veterans Day at Gibbel Park, in … Continue reading Girl Report | Veterans Day Fun
Nesha S. Girl Reporter As we celebrate Veteran’s Day, we honor our military veterans, those who sacrificed for our country, and we celebrate our American history. The history of America is our hope for the future. It is a history of incredible valor, sacrifice, tragedy, love, war, struggle, failure, victory, diversity, and unity. Empires rise and fall. It is up to the next generations, including … Continue reading Girl Report | History: Our Hope for the Future
The largest girl-led event for girls and young women in the world was an epic celebration of go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders! Thousands of girls and those who support them came together from around the world in early October to attend G.I.R.L. 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. Hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA, the mega event provided attendees with unforgettable experiences as they gained inspiration, tools to … Continue reading Girl Report | G.I.R.L. 2017 Review
Teagan B. Girl Reporter California has hundreds of earthquakes a year. Today alone we have had two earthquakes. In the last seven days there have been nine earthquakes. In the last thirty days there have been thirty seven earthquakes. In the last year there have been five hundred fifty-seven earthquakes. These were all in Southern California. Some earthquakes are very small and you may … Continue reading Girl Report | Shake Out Earthquake Drill at the Palm Springs Art Museum
Girl Scouts take the potential of girls, combines it with robust skill-building programming, and adds caring adult mentors and strong female role models. Our organization offers the best leadership development experience for girls in the world– one that is designed with, by, and for girl. Continue reading The Girl Scout Difference
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter Did you know that Skyland Ranch was infested with monsters? At the first ever Super Skyland days my Girl Scout sisters and I went monster hunting! During our quest for the monsters we got to make fun crafts and learn more about what cryptozoology actually is. We even got a V.I.P. Q & A with a special guest and author, but … Continue reading Girl Scouts Out and About : Super Skyland Day Monster Hunters!
Teagan B. Girl Reporter The Exploring the World of Fairy Tales exhibit at the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert is amazing! The exhibit has well-known stories and some uncommon tales. It tells the stories of Thumbelina, Cinderella, Lon Po Po, Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast, The Elves and the Shoemaker as well as Anansi and the Talking Melon. It is a … Continue reading Girl Report | Once Upon a Time Exhibit
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter On a beautiful Saturday morning, I had the opportunity to attend Troop 33’s Gardening 101 class, and boy was it fun! Troop 33 hosted their event at the amazing Highland Giving Garden which had many astonishing flowers and vegetables to admire and even taste! While visiting the Highland Giving Garden I got the inside scoop on just how this Garden was put … Continue reading Girl Scouts out and about: Gardening 101
Lily D Girl Reporter Over the years, women rights have came a long way. In the past women and men did not have the same privileges to do all of the same things. For example, until 1917, only men could join the military. Another example is aviation. Aviation is “anything that flies such as birds and airplanes,” explained Malorie, one of the participants. Many women … Continue reading Girl Report | Aviation STEM Night
Lily D Girl Reporter Did you know that 9.3% (29 million people) of Americans have diabetes?The American Diabetes Association said this information. That means that 1 out of 11 Americans have diabetes. This is why the American Diabetes Association and The Boys & Girls Club came together to create Camp Power Up. This camp was made to teach kids and their families about diabetes … Continue reading Girl Report | Camp Power Up
Milanie D. Girl Reporter There is only one place you can find pickle hot dogs and donut chicken sandwiches. Yup, it the LA County Fair! I was privileged enough to go to the fair and spend quality time with my family this year, and it was great. The LA county fair has been open since 1922 and has been such a successful and popular fair … Continue reading Girl Report | Los Angeles County Fair
Elise M. Girl Reporter Super Hero Scouts was a STEM-based event that all ages could participate in. During the event, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) was tied into the superhero-themed activities. The girls made their own superhero accessories based on their own personal interests. This experience made STEM fun for the girls, hopefully motivating them to pursue a STEM based career. The event coordinator … Continue reading Girl Report | S is for Super Scouts!
Kaylee D. Girl Reporter Most Girl Scouts have completed the Fair Play badge as a brownie. My idea of Fair Play is the LA County Fair! The fair, in my opinion, was so gratifying! There were so many different things to see, do, and even eat! The first LA County Fair was held on October 17, 1922 and ran for five days, through October … Continue reading Girl Report | Fair Play
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Norco Equestrian Academy has plenty of fun yet challenging horses ranging from easy to hard. I first began riding horses as an extent on my undying love for animals. Before the summer began I never even touched a horse, much less ridden one. I had no idea how much I would learn about how riding could benefit me. From the … Continue reading Girl Report | Who Loves Horses?
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter Hello fellow Girl Scout sisters, are you aware that the month of October is bully prevention month? Well, now you are! If you’re not quite sure just what bullying is and how to help everyone around stand up for themselves, I’ll be explaining and giving you tips on how to assess a bully and stand up for your friends, or … Continue reading Girl Report | Overcoming the Effects of Bullying
Elise M. Girl Reporter After a recent trip to Comic Con in Long Beach, California, I’ve been inspired to read quite a few comics and graphic novels that I discovered at the convention. One of my personal favorites was “Olive and the Underworld”. I was fortunate enough to meet the both the writer and the artist behind the work, Emily Felt and Laura West. … Continue reading Girl Report | Power in Imagination
Samantha E. Girl Reporter Recently, I attended the Deaf Awareness Kick Off Day. The event was hosted by the Model Deaf Community Committee and the City of Riverside. The committee is dedicated to hosting events to spread awareness about the deaf community. Their mission is to create an integrated community, that promotes full participation, education, employment, and cultural awareness. The specific event was to increase … Continue reading Girl Report | Deaf Awareness Kick Off Day
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter Have you ever wanted to try your hand at becoming the next famous artist? Well, with the help of Mrs. Fairy Mary and her Girl Scout sister I was able to bring out my inner artist! On Friday, September 15th, I had the opportunity to go to a really fun senior collage badge class where me and my fellow Scouts got … Continue reading Girl Report | Collage Badge Class
Milanie D. Girl Reporter On Saturday September 16, I went with my school, River Heights intermediate to Crystal Cove. Crystal Cove is a beach/park In Newport and has been open since 1979. It’s a beautiful and popular beach to visit because it is very calming and the beach is so serene and clean– you can have a great time without having to worry about picking … Continue reading Girl Report | Crystal Cove Beach Clean-up
Milanie D. Girl Reporter It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Long Beach Comic-Con. On September 2, 2017 I went to Long Beach with the Girl Scout of San Gorgonio Girl Reporter Program. I had a blast and there were so many things to see and do. It was an amazing experience, from the classic comic books to famous cosplayers. Comic-Con opened on March 21, … Continue reading Girl Report | Long Beach Comic Con Review pt. 2
Nesha S. Girl Reporter Much splashy fun and frolic was had at the Girl Scout Fall Rally last Saturday, Sept 9th, at Redland’s Egyptian-themed Splash Kingdom! The Splash Kingdom Waterpark is known to have some of the country’s most unique water attractions and was a great forum for family entertainment. It was also a unique venue to sample and preview the 2017 Fall products. This … Continue reading Girl Report | Fearless Fun at the 2017 Fall Rally
Audrey T. Girl Reporter This year I attended Long Beach Comic Con on September 2nd as a Girl Scout Reporter for San Gorgonio Council. Long Beach Comic Con is a fun filled event, that includes artists, creative cosplay contestants, and a unique comic book authors. In 2016, Long Beach Comic Con was host to over 500 Girl Scouts, from Daisies to Ambassadors! The … Continue reading Girl Report | My Long Beach Comic Con Experience
Nesha S. Girl Reporter Girl Scout Troop 730 recently took a trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach and we had an exciting day exploring the various exhibits. We learned about the many inhabitants of the Pacific Ocean through multimedia and interactive displays, videos, and of course, live animal exhibits. We enjoyed walking through the outdoor harbor terrace and exploring … Continue reading Girl Report | The Vanishing Frog and our Vanishing World
Elise M. Girl Reporter At a weekend long camp at Imperial Beach in California, girls splashed at the beach as time drifted away. Some were learning the basics of surfing, while others used knowledge from previous visits, and others were off making crafts, or climbing the rock tower. The girls wandering around were in between the ages of 5-16. The camp was established in … Continue reading Girl Report | Surf’s Up at Camp Surf
Isabel P. Senior Girl Reporter The San Bernardino County fair is a great way to start of your summer vacation. With many different attractions, art submissions, food vendors, and animal submissions, you won’t get bored easily. Every year tons of different people submit items into the fair to win prizes. These items include bread, cakes, blankets, art work/projects, jams etc. The fair is also … Continue reading Girl Report | Kick off your summer at the San Bernardino County Fair
Sophia E. Senior Girl Reporter Hands down, GenCyber is one of the most anticipated Girl Scout events of the year, not to mention the largest STEM event Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council offers. This year, over 200 girls attended and each participated in this amazing, week long program. Each day, the girls participated in a new set of cyber related activities, ranging from … Continue reading GenCyber: The Next Wave of Cyber Security
Hailey M. Girl Reporter Have you ever been out on the open ocean with nothing but sea in every direction? What about… seeing a whale jump out of the waves and “pose” for a picture? In Dana Point, during their annual whale festival, you can do both of those things. The Dana Point Festival of Whales is held between March 4th and 5th and … Continue reading Girl Report | Whale Watching
Do you celebrate Mother’s Day? How do you celebrate that special day? In Eastvale ,CA, Daisies and Brownies come together to acknowledge their wonderful moms and important women in their lives by coming for a tea party hosted by Troop 724. On May 6th, Troop 724 introduced their mother daughter tea to the Daisies and Brownies of Eastvale. Troop 724, my … Continue reading Girl Report | Mother’s Day Tea Party
Grace N. Girl Report Have you ever thought about fostering puppies? By fostering, you can take puppies in your house that have been abandoned or found. They stay at a welcoming home until they are old enough to be adopted. Many people volunteer to do this. We have all the information you need to know about fostering dogs from Andrea Hove, a foster parent for … Continue reading Girl Report | A 2nd Chance for Puppies
Jillian B. Girl Reporter Last weekend I had the amazing opportunity to attend Stagecoach, a country music festival hosted in Indio, California, and interview some stars! Now, I did not go alone, I got to go with my fellow Girl Reporter Hailey M. and we had the best time! The area we were set to was the Half Pint Hootenanny – there we got to … Continue reading Girl Report | A Hoot and a Half: Stagecoach 2017
Sophia E. Girl Reporter When you think of summer vacation, what comes to mind? Summer homework, relaxing, staying up and sleeping in. However, this summer challenge yourself and work on your college application. When it comes to college applications, there are a lot of myths and rumors about what colleges want to see. It can be confirmed that admission officers pay attention to how you … Continue reading Girl Report | In the Summertime
Sophia E. Girl Reporter On Friday, March 30th, Girl Scouts from Central and Central West area joined together to label and package cookie boxes, as well as decorate cards for the military. At the event, girls, boys, mothers, and fathers banded together to make the event successful and provide the best letters and care packages they could for the military organizations. The first two stations … Continue reading Girl Report | Packing Party
Sophia E. Girl Reporter On Saturday March 11th, I had the opportunity to participate in this years Youth Symposium, hosted by Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., held at Kaiser High School. It was a day of educational workshops for students and parents. When my family and I arrived at Kaiser High School we were introduced to the members of the Alumni Board of the Sigma … Continue reading Girl Report | Building a Future for Impactful Leaders: 2017 Youth Symposium
Sofia S. Girl Reporter This past Wednesday March 8, was International Women’s Day. It is a worldwide day that is celebrated all over the world to promote the cultural and political rights for women everywhere. Although girls have achieved and fulfilled many obstacles in life, we still continue to accomplish more! On February 28, 1909, IWD was first celebrated in the United States, … Continue reading Girl Report | Women’s History Month
Paulina R. Girl Reporter “Hello, would you like to buy any girl scout cookies?”, this is one of the most common conversation starters we say when we are at booths. But, most people don’t know that there are other ways to ask customers to buy Girl Scout cookies. Every customer has a different personality, so each person likes to hear different things, such as, … Continue reading Girl Report | Tips for cookie booths
Grace Nelson Girl Reporter Follow our Girl Reporter Grace Nelson as she covers the 2017 Colorful Dash! Girl Report | Colorful Dash 2017 Review Continue reading Girl Report | 2017 Colorful Dash Review
Analyse Houston Girl Reporter It’s cookie season! – And our Girl Reporter, Analyse Houston, gives Girl Scouts some useful tips on what to carry while doing a walk-about. Watch the video below to see what Analyse carries with her while selling cookies. Video: Walk About Tips Continue reading Girl Report | Cookie Season Walk-about Tips
Grace N. Girl Reporter Click the link below to see some useful DIY hacks for school, from our very own Girl Reporter, Grace. Video: Girl Reporter Grace gives DIY School Hacks for Girl Scouts Continue reading Girl Report | DIY Hacks for School
Hailey Mims Girl Reporter The sun shone gently on the horizon casting sunrays over the entire beach. The sound of the waves bounced in and out of your head. You close your eyes then shiver. Today is no ordinary day at the beach. Behind all of the normal, subconscious thoughts of a typical beach, it is a whole different story in the winter months. … Continue reading Girl Report | Fun at the Beach Minus the Heat
Jillian B. Girl Reporter From August to December, the Girl Scouts Teen Advisory Committee gathered to create new events for Girl Scouts of all ages. At a previous meeting, I got the chance to interview Mrs. Kim, the creator, and discuss why she decided to start the committee. She expressed that she “knew older girls needed better programming.” She also believed the committee is important … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | G.I.G: Girls Inspiring Girls– the Teen Advisory Committee Shows Us What They’re All About!
By Grace N. Girl Reporter Did you know that Girl Scouts from San Gorgonio Council (GSSGC) went to Special Agent, a special STEM event that focused on forensic science, in Redlands? On Friday, September 16 Junior and Cadette Girl Scouts were able to earn badges; Juniors earned a Detective Badge and Cadettes earned a Special Agent Badge. Walking into the program center at GSSGC’s central offices, … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Who Stole the Cookies?
By Analyse H. Girl Reporter Sting rays, sea lions and kayaks, oh my! This was my experience at the awesome Camp Catalina: a girl reward celebrating the Girl Scouts that sold 1250 boxes or more of Girl Scout Cookies! I was so excited to go, because I love to snorkel and swim. I know so many people excited for this adventure; all of my friends and sisters said … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Ahoy Matey! GSSGC 1250+ sails to Camp Catalina!
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter Who said girls can’t shoot? This Girl Reporter is here to tell you all about the Girls on Target event with the Lucerne Valley Lions Club shooting range. During my visit there we got to learn how to safely deal with many different kinds of guns and even got to shoot a bow and arrow!Everyone, there was very careful to … Continue reading Girl Report | Girls on Target
Samantha S. Girl Reporter In Girl Scouts, we are able to earn many badges. In order to earn a badge, you must follow the badge instructions you are given. Many times, these tasks consist of hard work and fun! Earning these badges teach fellow girl scouts, responsibility, and how to work hard. Some badges you can earn consist of first aid, babysitting, cooking, and many … Continue reading Girl Report | Cooking Up Some Badges
Long ago, people in Mexico celebrated their loved ones and pets in a unique way, the Spanish called the celebration Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead). This was not a day to mourn or be sad, instead, it was a day of celebration and happiness. The celebration is so grand that everyone participates in various ways such as dancing, cooking, and painting. … Continue reading Girl Report | Riverside Day of the Dead
The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting; it recognizes girls in grades 9 through 12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through remarkable take action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities and beyond. Since 1916, girls have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, an act that indelibly marks them as accomplished members of their communities and the world. Check out GSSGC’s … Continue reading Gold Award Girls 2017
We learned in Girl Scouts to camp and sail and canoe and tie knots. We learned budgeting through cookie sales and leadership through volunteering. Six of my fellow troop members earned Gold Awards as well. Today, they are pediatricians, journalists and veterinarians. Read More Continue reading Girl Scouts Gold Award Winner: ‘I don’t want to be an Eagle Scout’