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
Alyssa T. Senior Girl Reporters You might have heard of the first Comic Con happening in the Palm Springs Convention Center, where the Girl Scouts had an art workshop and omic fans fom all over the Desert and Palm Springs came together to celebrate. From September 17-18th this year, Long Beach also hosted a Comic Con at its Convention Center. The show floor was packed … Continue reading Girl Reporter | Comic Con in Long Beach-Bulbasaur and R2-D2?
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 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
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
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On May 16, 2016 a group of female students from nearby schools, including Nellie Coffman Middle School, Painted Hills Middle School and Xavier College Prep visited the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) Twentynine Palms, or simply 29 Palms, for a spectacular day of fun. This event was the first annual Classroom to Career: A Day of Empowerment at 29 Palms. The girls got a behind-the-scenes look at over 130 different jobs, including STEM and medical fields, at the base and met several powerful women in the armed forces. Continue reading GIRL REPORT | 29 Palms – A Look From The Inside
Scouts from all over the council gathered at California State University San Bernardino for the exciting day camp, GenCyber. Girls attended GenCyber for 5 days to learn about cybersecurity and the joys of computer science. One of the most interesting events during the week long camp was the Raspberry Pi microcomputer training. The Raspberry Pi is a microcomputer that can be used to introduce people to programming, microcomputer design, game making and hacking. Continue reading GIRL REPORT | GenCyber
By Alyssa T. On March 16 Girl Scouts from the San Gorgonio Counil attended “Story Maps: Tell Your Story with GIS,” a STEM activity, at the Redlands Service Center. We learned about Esri, a supplier for GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Software that lets people create their own interactive online maps. Using Dell tablets we signed on to the website, and looked through different digital maps. Esri has … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Story Maps: Tell Your Story With GIS
Top Tips Informing everyone about all the new cookie flavors, then invite others to check them out and asks them to tell friends. -Jessica, Brownie Be kind. – Daniella, Junior Always set your goal higher than you did before, and work hard to achieve it. That way, you can set a vision in your head of where you want to go so you can keep … Continue reading From Fall Sales to Cookie Season: Tips from Top Sellers on How to Reach Your Goals
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On November 11, 2015, Troop 111 went to Joshua Tree National Park to go on a nature hike and learn about the environment. The Girl Scouts and their Troop Leader, Ms. Beth, had fun on their trip to the wonderful preserve. Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Joshua Tree Nature Hike: A Beautiful Experience