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Latest Activity: May 24, 2013

Leader Resource Exchange

Are you and your troop moving up to the next level this fall or a new troop leader just starting out? Bring the materials you no longer plan on using and join us to exchange resources and ideas with other troop leaders. July 14th at 6pm 2941 Harris Ave Las Vegas NV 89101 Contact Amanda Morgan with question amorgan@girlscoutsnv.org 385-3677 x 229 Some exchange ideas: age level books and guides leftover or unwanted craft material patches vests or Girl scout t-shirts that no longer fit ANYTHING you think someone might need or be able to use If you want to bring in the materials early you may bring them July 11-14th 9am-5pm

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ORGANIZATIONS THAT RECOGNIZE GOLD AWARD WITH LETTER/CERTIFICATE

Started by Charlene Domschot May 24, 2013. 0 Replies

Note: send the girl’s name and the date that the letter will need to arrive for the Award Ceremony. Make sure that your request is sent so that it arrives at least one month before the date you…Continue

Official Senior and Ambassador Scarf

Started by Charlene Domschot Jun 14, 2012. 0 Replies

It's easy to update your uniform with this blue triangle, cotton poplin scarf. Withgreen border, "Girl Scouts" and solid trefoil screenprinted at corner of scarf. 27" x27" x 39 1/2".…Continue

Golden Gate Bridging 2012

Started by Charlene Domschot Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Bridging in San Francisco http://www.girlscoutsnorcal.org/pages/events/ggb.htmlOne Hundred Fun Hundred & Bridging 2012…Continue

Whistle Sticks

Started by Charlene Domschot Apr 20, 2011. 0 Replies

This is a neat project to do to teach the girls how to use a jackknife.From The Happy Scientist, Robert KrampfWhistle StickThis week's experiment is a trick that my Grandfather taught me when I was…Continue

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Comment by Charlene Domschot on August 26, 2010 at 9:40pm
An International Teen Climate Challenge! for US and Canada

http://polarbearsinternational.org/programs/project-polar-bear

Project Polar Bear invites teens in teams of 2 or 3 with an adult advisor to conduct greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects and win a chance to see polar bears in Canada!

The projects are in four categories:
Power Down
Increase the Green
Buy Recycled
Make it Better, Do it Better

Teen teams have a blog to track their progress on the Polar Bears International website!

Finalists win a trip to San Diego. Grand prize winners win a trip to Churchill, MB Canada, the Polar Bear Capital of the World!
Questions?

email: Kathy Myers

projectpolarbear@cox.net
 

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