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
The smell of gear grease and the clanking of wrenches hovered over a group of curious girls during Girl Power Meets Horse Power (No Boys Needed), the inaugural event of GSSGC’s exciting new Program Task Force. Two of its members, Terri Blomker (High Desert) and Rochelle Reynoldson (Central), used their experience as Troop Leaders to offer the program specifically for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors . Continue reading Program Task Force kick-off to an exciting start!
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!
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!