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
Alyssa T. Girl Reporter With the new release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, both new and old Star Wars fans rushed to movie theaters to see the magic. Meanwhile, in the Redlands office, Girl Scouts abandoned their regular uniforms in favor of Empire robes and Wookie costumes. On January 21st, 2017, Juniors and Cadettes went to the “Star Girls” event to join in … Continue reading Girl Report | Star Girls: A Girl Scouts Quest
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!
Service is a cornerstone of Girl Scouting and there are many ways that we can help rebuild the communities in Texas that have been affected by this recent tragedy. Below are some tips for troops that would like to get involved and help. GS_DisasterResponse_2013_forGirls Continue reading Ways to help victims of Hurricane Harvey
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Isabel P. Girl Reporter GenCyber is the biggest Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics/STEM Event put on by San Gorgino Council and every year tons of girls participate in it. GenCyber is a day camp where girls go to learn about computer technology, hackers, and how to stay safe online, along with them receiving a super computer Raspberry Pi to work on. It is held at … Continue reading Girl Report | GenCyber Week 2
Caitlin S. and her STEM Four Staters display win first place at the San Bernardino County Fair! Click the link below to see video from the day of the fair. San Bernardino County Fair Continue reading GSSGC’S Scout Wins First Place at the Fair