Samantha S. Girl Reporter The super blood moon appeared on January 31, 2018. A lunar eclipse also happened during this amazing event. This combination only happens about every 150 years, therefore, a person can only see this once in their life, if that. For those of you who do not know, a lunar eclipse, a blood moon, and a supermoon are 3 different events that … Continue reading Girl Report | Super Blood Moon
Elise M. Girl Reporter On Sunday, the 3rd of December, an event titled Frozen STEM was held in the Redlands Central office. The event was offered to the Brownie and Daisy age groups and offered several activities for the girls to do. These activities and crafts were all STEM-themed, spiking the interest of both creative and scientific types. The event the girls participated in were … Continue reading Girl Report | The Science Within
The largest girl-led event for girls and young women in the world was an epic celebration of go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders! Thousands of girls and those who support them came together from around the world in early October to attend G.I.R.L. 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. Hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA, the mega event provided attendees with unforgettable experiences as they gained inspiration, tools to … Continue reading Girl Report | G.I.R.L. 2017 Review
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
By Natalie Palmer Local girls ages 11-18 attended a week long science, technology, engineering and math day camp at Camp Wi-Wo-Ca in Wildwood Canyon July 14-18. The camp was sponsored by the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio to encourage teen girls to pursue education in STEM related fields. Students did not have to be girl scouts to attend. Camper Makenna Ternes, who will attend Mesa … Continue reading Yucaipa News Mirror: STEM focused Girl Scout camp aims to keep girls focused on science!
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!
Sure, not all girls are interested in getting their hands dirty. But there’s something to be said when that digging uncovers an artifact that’s thousands of years old! Since October 19 is International Archaeology Day that got us thinking…have you ever considered a career in archaeology? When you think of famous archaeologists, most likely you picture the iconic fiction character Indiana Jones. But who are some … Continue reading Digging in the dirt? Female archaeologists and their legacy.