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Soaring for Silver

Soaring for Silver


This course is required training to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award. Girls and volunteers will review Girl Scout Silver Award requirements, and completing the required Journey pre-requisites. Girls will learn how to explore their community and issues that are important to them, develop a project plan and develop a plan to make the impact of their take action .project sustainable.

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Started by Charlene Domschot May 24, 2013. 0 Replies

  At this introductory price, you can complete your Cadette aMaze Journey for less than $1.50 per girl per meeting! Bonus! Get a Free 10' Paper Banner with the Purchase of Every "Team Bag" AND a…Continue

Golden Gate Bridging 2012

Started by Charlene Domschot Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Bridging in San Francisco Hundred Fun Hundred & Bridging 2012…Continue

Talking Stick

Started by Charlene Domschot Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Make a talking stick for your group. The person who holds the talking stick is the only one who can speak. It sure cuts down on cross talk.…Continue

Inclusive Thanks

Started by Charlene Domschot Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Instead of "grace" or "prayer", use the word "thanks" and sing one of these...INCLUSIVE THANKSADDAMS FAMILY GRACE(Tune: "The Addams Family")We thank the earth for giving The food we need for living…Continue

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Comment by Susan Thurnbeck on January 12, 2011 at 11:24pm

Looking for someone to take my daughter's spot at Surge and Sew this weekend and in February.  Cost was $50.  Any takers?  Call Susan at 250-4520 or 360-5543 or email me

Comment by Charlene Domschot on August 26, 2010 at 9:39pm
An International Teen Climate Challenge! for US and Canada

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!

email: Kathy Myers
Comment by Victoria Lynne Nuno-Ramsouer on August 24, 2010 at 10:07am
Cool, thank you. I will check it out with my girls and let them decide on what they want to do.
Comment by Victoria Lynne Nuno-Ramsouer on August 23, 2010 at 1:31pm
Thanks for the info. I will google and see what kind of "stuff" I can find for troop to use when they are doing their meeting. :)
Comment by Angela Best, Team Coordinator on August 20, 2010 at 6:03pm
I think I only found one for the younger girls. However, you can use google to search for Cadette resources. Also, the new Journey books are an awesome resource. They have activiites and can be planned and completed by the girls with support from their leader. Instead of leader having to plan all. :-)

Comment by Victoria Lynne Nuno-Ramsouer on August 20, 2010 at 4:13pm
I printed up the brownie and junior journey file, very helpful. Is there one out there for Cadettes?

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