Aloha Girl Scouts!
This summer GSSGC hosted the Walk of Fame Luau at the Drop Zone water park in Perris, Ca. There were lots of people there including Girl Scout troops, friends and family, and Council staff members Mary Moore, Elizabeth Locke Thomas, and Devon Spira.
While the luau included, dinner and drink, free play in the entire park, certified lifeguards, a DJ dance party, and Hawaiian dress costume contest, the main event was the Walk of Fame Award Ceremony.
Girl Scouts encourages each leader to deliver well rounded programming that touches on many different things. This has been made easy for troops by the “Walk Of Fame” patch program which provides a checklist of how to provide diversity in troop programming. (You can see the entire Walk Of Fame award winners at the bottom of this article.)
Mary Moore, Director of Programs at GSSGC, spent the past six months planning the special event. “The idea behind this was to give the girls a reward for all their hard work and a reason to continue staying in Girl Scouts,” said Ms. Moore.
Troop 270 was awarded with the Best Spirit Award for decorating their area. Troop 262 was awarded with Best Dressed Troop Award. Miss Gibson of Troop 48 won Best Dressed Individual.
The day was filled with girls limboing lower and lower. Many tested out the floating inner tubes and floated around the lagoon. The Walk of Fame Luau turned out to be great and splash-tastic success!