Nesha S. Girl Reporter Girl Scout Troop 730 recently took a trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach and we had an exciting day exploring the various exhibits. We learned about the many inhabitants of the Pacific Ocean through multimedia and interactive displays, videos, and of course, live animal exhibits. We enjoyed walking through the outdoor harbor terrace and exploring … Continue reading Girl Report | The Vanishing Frog and our Vanishing World
Girl Scout volunteer and mom Claire Jefferson-Glipa shared the episode above of The Mayor’s Message with us. In it, City of Corona Mayor Karen Spiegel interviews Department of Water and Power’s Melinda Weinrich regarding the Cool California City Challenge. How cool is your city? That’s the question, and challenge, being put to residents of Corona and Riverside, two cities participating in the Cool California City Challenge. … Continue reading How cool are you? Calling all Corona and Riverside Girl Scouts! Registration deadline is May 30
Perhaps another Gold Award project in the making? As Girl Scouts, we have a very personal relationship with Mother Earth. Camping and outdoors programs have been at the heart of Girl Scouting for over 100 years, just as our founder Juliette Gordon Low wished. Whether we’re learning about endangered wildlife, developing creative recycling projects, or working towards earned grade-level awards, all of us are focused on caring, conserving, … Continue reading “Mercury Rising” sounds like a sci-fi flick, but it’s a frightening reality.