Erin N. Kira B. Eleasia N. Girl Reporters Girl Scouts teaching young children how to plant a golden raintree. Mayor Robertson stopped by our booth. As Girl Scout reporters always looking for a scoop, we asked the Mayor if we could interview her and each ask her a question. She gladly agreed and said she would stop back at our booth once visiting the other … Continue reading Girl Reporter | Rialto Family Festival
Kira B. Girl Reporter On September 6, Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council hosted STEM Night! There were many activities for girls to participate in all while having fun and learning, too. There were a lot of different Girl Scout troops at the event. One activity the girls did was take a picture taped to a stick and move the stick back and forth really … Continue reading Girl Reporter | STEM Night
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!
As we all know, technology continues to grow every single day from iPads and iPhones to MacBooks and iMacs. Over the past several years, there has been increasing consideration given to girls and information, communication and technology. Individuals in leadership positions and companies are realizing that by investing in this area, they are helping to end cycles of poverty while empowering future generations of women to consider … Continue reading Girl Reporters Take on Apple Camp
By Alyssa T. Senior Girl Reporter Almost every Japanese culture or comic fan knows about Comic Con, the convention where hundreds of comic-readers, cosplayers (costume role-players), and anime fanatics come together in one place to converse, meet their idols, and buy amazing, exotic merchandise. Comic Cons happen just about anywhere somebody organizes them, from Manhattan, New York to San Diego, California! Palm Spring’s first annual … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Comic Con Meets Girl Scouts: Making Your Own Superwoman!
By LeeAnn G. Senior Girl Reporter “Sell those tickets and fill that bowl!” This is what Mrs. Patsy, the Artistic Director for Junior University Musical Theater, would say to the cast almost every night. For more than fifty years, Junior University has “provided San Bernardino and the Inland Empire the best family entertainment while offering an exciting and educational experience for young people.” They perform … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Junior University Sleeping Beauty
Erin N. Girl Reporter For the fourth day of Career Exploration Day Camp, we went to Applied Medical. Their main focus is making a better healthcare environment, they make new and improved medical instruments, and they hope to make new products to improve healthcare. One goal they have that they are working to achieve is to have less bruises on patients after surgery. The … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Applied Medical Visit
By Eleasia N. Girl Reporter On July 27, 2016, we went on a field trip to Santa Ana Zoo for Career Exploration Day Camp. Miss Lauren Bencher ( Santa Ana Zoo’s Education Specialist) showed us half of the zoo and behind the zoo. We even had the opportunity to visit the hospital for the zoo animals and the place where they prepare the food. … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | A Day at the Santa Ana Zoo
By Jillian B Girl Reporter Earlier this month Girl Scouts from far across San Gorgonio Council came to the Victor Valley Museum, which presents programs and exhibits about the cultural and natural heritage of the High Desert, in Apple Valley to a spend a fun day and night playing games and earning badges. When guests arrived, they were hit with the lovely sound of little … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Night at the Victor Valley Museum
By: Thalia S. Girl Reporter My first visit to a university campus was extremely fun. The UCR staff was really kind and they were able to teach me and the other girls a lot of new things in the amount of time we were there. Throughout the day we learned about all the different types of engineering UCR has to offer, the current students … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | UCR Engineering Experience