Girl Scouts take the potential of girls, combines it with robust skill-building programming, and adds caring adult mentors and strong female role models. Our organization offers the best leadership development experience for girls in the world– one that is designed with, by, and for girl. Continue reading The Girl Scout Difference
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter Did you know that Skyland Ranch was infested with monsters? At the first ever Super Skyland days my Girl Scout sisters and I went monster hunting! During our quest for the monsters we got to make fun crafts and learn more about what cryptozoology actually is. We even got a V.I.P. Q & A with a special guest and author, but … Continue reading Girl Scouts Out and About : Super Skyland Day Monster Hunters!
Teagan B. Girl Reporter The Exploring the World of Fairy Tales exhibit at the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert is amazing! The exhibit has well-known stories and some uncommon tales. It tells the stories of Thumbelina, Cinderella, Lon Po Po, Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast, The Elves and the Shoemaker as well as Anansi and the Talking Melon. It is a … Continue reading Girl Report | Once Upon a Time Exhibit
Alyssa G. Girl Reporter On a beautiful Saturday morning, I had the opportunity to attend Troop 33’s Gardening 101 class, and boy was it fun! Troop 33 hosted their event at the amazing Highland Giving Garden which had many astonishing flowers and vegetables to admire and even taste! While visiting the Highland Giving Garden I got the inside scoop on just how this Garden was put … Continue reading Girl Scouts out and about: Gardening 101
Lily D Girl Reporter Over the years, women rights have came a long way. In the past women and men did not have the same privileges to do all of the same things. For example, until 1917, only men could join the military. Another example is aviation. Aviation is “anything that flies such as birds and airplanes,” explained Malorie, one of the participants. Many women … Continue reading Girl Report | Aviation STEM Night
Lily D Girl Reporter Did you know that 9.3% (29 million people) of Americans have diabetes?The American Diabetes Association said this information. That means that 1 out of 11 Americans have diabetes. This is why the American Diabetes Association and The Boys & Girls Club came together to create Camp Power Up. This camp was made to teach kids and their families about diabetes … Continue reading Girl Report | Camp Power Up
Milanie D. Girl Reporter There is only one place you can find pickle hot dogs and donut chicken sandwiches. Yup, it the LA County Fair! I was privileged enough to go to the fair and spend quality time with my family this year, and it was great. The LA county fair has been open since 1922 and has been such a successful and popular fair … Continue reading Girl Report | Los Angeles County Fair
Elise M. Girl Reporter Super Hero Scouts was a STEM-based event that all ages could participate in. During the event, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) was tied into the superhero-themed activities. The girls made their own superhero accessories based on their own personal interests. This experience made STEM fun for the girls, hopefully motivating them to pursue a STEM based career. The event coordinator … Continue reading Girl Report | S is for Super Scouts!
Elise M. Girl Report On Saturday of the thirteenth day of September, an event known as Keep Riverside Clean was held. Being the 22nd time the event occurred, it had quite a following. Over five hundred people decided to participate in the event, many who’ve returned. This brought those people closer together in a way that was truly incredible – they were able to bond … Continue reading Girl Report | Team Work Makes the Dream Work
Kaylee D. Girl Reporter Most Girl Scouts have completed the Fair Play badge as a brownie. My idea of Fair Play is the LA County Fair! The fair, in my opinion, was so gratifying! There were so many different things to see, do, and even eat! The first LA County Fair was held on October 17, 1922 and ran for five days, through October … Continue reading Girl Report | Fair Play