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
Finally! It’s time to see what makes the difference between a novice and an Outdoor Living Skills Master. This level is often reached by Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts. These girls will not only have completed the skills below, but also mastered all the other skills required of The Beginner, The Intermediate and The Advanced Outdoor Living Skills scout! LEVEL 5: THE MASTER Teach a group how to … Continue reading Outdoor Living Skills: Level 5 – The Master
As a Cadette Girl Scout you’ve gotten very far in your Outdoor Living Skills training by now. You’re next big adventure before attaining Level 5: The Master will be to complete all requirements for this next one — LEVEL 4: THE APPRENTICE List personal equipment and group equipment needed for a two-night campout. Plan and carry out a 5-10 mile hike. Using 3 blankets and a … Continue reading Outdoor Living Skills: Level 4 – The Apprentice
Do you have your Outdoor Living Skills Patch yet? The outdoor living skills patch program is a five level program that concentrates on outdoor camping skills and activities for girls of all levels. Girl Scouts begin with level 1 and continue at their own pace to complete as many levels as they wish. It’s a fun way to accomplish your goals of becoming an Outdoor Living … Continue reading Outdoor Living Skills, do your girls have them?
Now in its 63rd year – Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council’s oldest camp – Camp Wi-Wo-Ca successfully completed Session B of it’s day camp for 2014. This year’s theme was “Wi-Wo-Ca: The Musical.” There was a program performance at the end of the week performed by some very creative and enthusiastic Girl Scouts. The girl’s unit themes were: “Frozen,” “Rio,” “Seussical the Musical,” “Grease,” “Lion King,” “Wizard … Continue reading Another successful year for GSSGC’s longest-running day camp!
For the second year running, the Amazing Edible Science Camp – directed by Diana Robinson – is traveling around San Bernardino. We caught up with them in Redlands. Girl Scouts of all ages participated in several different science experiments each day of the 5-day camp. For example, on the second day the girls took part in a rock formation experiment (involving cookies), followed by a lesson on crystal formations (epsom salts) and … Continue reading The Amazing Edible Science Day Camp. Science never tasted so good!
We’ve all witnessed what a cookie can do – teach a girl many life lessons and essential business skills – but what can a Campership do? Here is a beautiful example of how Camperships, and people who care, can make a deep impact on the lives of girls and their families: Jeannette Walker, a retired nurse, and her husband Paul became the legal parents of her eight grandchildren in … Continue reading The incredible story of this family will inspire you! This is also how you made difference with a Campership.