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
Are you a new or seasoned Girl Scout leader looking to learn, network and be reinvigorated? We recommend you join us for a three-day retreat at Camp Skyland Ranch. Sorry girls, adults-only! Here are 20 reasons to join the fun! If you’re new to Girl Scouting… 1. Advanced Leadership—Go beyond the training you received in Volunteer Essential or AKA Basic Leadership Training. Learn strategies and … Continue reading 20 reasons you, the Adult or Leader, should join us at SALT-5000!
By Jillian B. Girl Reporter Attention all Girl Scouts! It’s time to put down those cookie boxes and head back to the classroom. Yes, back to school is here, and with that comes homework and long days for some of our older Girl Scout sisters. But have no fear you’ll definitely have time for Girl Scouts and maybe even a sport or two. Here are a few … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | My Top Back to School Tips
By Kimberly B. Girl Reporter On Friday, August 12 Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, and Cadettes arrived at the Southwest Council Center in Temecula to spend the next 24-hours experiencing “Troop Beverly Hills” GSSGC-style! The first sounds to greet the scouts were voices singing campfire songs such as “Little Red Wagon,” “Boom-Chicka-Boom” and many others. In all, 2 Daisies, 10 Brownies, 20 Juniors, and 20 Cadettes … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Troop Beverly Hills Visits Temecula
Did you know that the Troop Coordinator Training in now online? The Troop Fall Product Coordinator can register for online training credentials before August 31, 2016. In order for troops to participate in the 2016 Fall Product Program it is mandatory that one registered adult from each troop becomes the Troop Fall Product Coordinator and complete the online training* learning path. The coordinator does not need to be the … Continue reading Is your troop ready for the Fall Product Sales Program?
By Alyssa T Senior Girl Reporter The 2016 AAU Junior Olympic Games were hosted in Houston, TX from July 31 – August 6, 2016. Almost everyone knows that the Olympics are happening in Rio de Janeiro, right now. It’s a wonderful time to witness amazing feats of bravery, sportsmanship, and just plain beautiful acts. But, there is also a Junior Olympics for people under … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Not just Rio, Junior Olympics come to Texas
#SmoreFun We’re excited to announce that today, National S’mores Day, we’re celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts selling cookies by introducing the new Girl Scout S’mores™ cookies. That’s right! We’re combining two iconic Girl Scout traditions—s’mores and Girl Scout Cookies! This is the modern S’mores snack with our own twist! We took a crispy graham cookie and double dipped it with a yummy creme icing and a scrumptious … Continue reading So much more than just the S’more!
By Isabel P Senior Girl Reporter Girls on Target was hosted by Lucerne Valley Lions Club at the Lucerne Valley Lions Club Shooting Range on July 31, 2016 from 8am-2pm. This event was twofold, not only to teach girls about firearm safety and respect, but to have fun while learning. Mary Sawyer, Director of Program, ran the educational firearms program for Girl Scouts in the … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls On Target II
By Alyssa T Senior Girl Reporter Twenty-five years ago, on the Girl Scout tour “California Dreamin’”, a group of 45 Girl Scouts and 8 adult chaperones were returning home after a trip to the Aerial Tramway on July 31st when an accident occurred. During the bus drive home, and largely due to unforeseen road conditions; the Girl Scouts dream trip suddenly and unexpectedly turned into … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girl Scout Bus Crash
Listen & Learn – Hear firsthand from Jaiden and Ashlyn. It turns out, adults are heavily influenced by what their children learn and share with them. This is according to a joint research project between Stanford University and Oregon State University. The researchers taught 30 Girl Scout troops about energy conservation. After the Girl Scouts learned about ways to save energy, the girls continued to adopt positive … Continue reading When in drought, teach conservation. Parents’ positive habits heavily influenced by their kids.