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Programs and Activities for Girl Scouts

Programs and Activities for Girl Scouts

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  • 1. Program and Event Guide 2009-2010
  • 2. 337 984 1142 800 960 2093 ! "#$$ % & %% ! "#$ $ % $ ' ( ' ) $% ' & ' ( * ' * ! "#$ * * ! "#$$ &% %& " ) &' " $ ! "#$ & & &&%% (+ ( Camp Wawbansee Indian Creek Camp 610 Girl Scout Road 1101 CC Camp Road Simsboro, LA 71275 Chatham, LA 71226 318 263 3941 phone 318 249 4193 phone 318 263 3941 fax 318 249 4194 fax Mike Lindsey - Site Manager Paula Spillers - Site Manager Pinewood Camp Camp Bon Temps 130 Girl Scout Road 1123 Camp Bon Temps Road Sterlington, LA 71280 Breaux Bridge, LA 70517 318 726 4611 phone 337 332 2630 phone Marilyn Davis - Ranger 337 332 2637 fax Don Fontenot - Property Director
  • 3. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law. . I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout. ! " # $ Discover – the girls explore their values, skills and world. Connect – the girls engage in teaming up and relating with others in a multicultural world. Take Action – the girls engage in activities that make a difference in the world.
  • 4. % % # & % '' ' Welcome to the Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf 2009-2010 Program and Event Guide! We hope that as you look through our publication, you find events that sound new and exciting to you and your girls. We have tried to enclose as much as possible but as always, dates, times, and actual events are subject to change. Please watch our website, www.girlscoutspinestogulf.org, for updates and more information on the events. Also, watch for the In the Know for specific information and attend service unit meetings to get current information. Stay tuned!!! Some events are listed but details have not been worked out so look for that information. We will distribute it as soon as we can. We wanted to get the dates on the calendar so you can plan accordingly! On top of those council sponsored events, the Program Department wants to encourage your troop and service units to plan events for your areas. We will offer Event Planner Workshops for those who need training in planning events. The Program Team is always willing to help out in whatever way we can to help you put on those activities for the girls. Also enclosed, are descriptions of a few check out or purchasable materials that Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf offers. These activities can be used in troop activities or for service unit events. Let’s use the resources we have available! Please be aware when registering for council sponsored events…DEADLINES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED!!! In order for us to put on quality programs for an area as big as ours, we will stick to the published deadlines. Please pay attention and be aware that some events will be on a first come, first served basis. In an area with approximately 10,000 Girl Scouts, we will have minimum and maximum numbers for our events that will be followed. It is recommended that you get in your money and registrations as soon as possible to ensure your spot and the success of the event. Registration information will be listed on all flyers, and it is not the same for every event. Be sure to read carefully and send your money or registration in to the correct location. There will be a generic event registration form that will be used for all events. It is located in this guide, as well as on our website. Again, visit our website frequently to get updated information on all events. The Program Department hopes that you find events that your girls are interested in attending on our 2009-2010 Program Calendar. Hope to see you soon! Yours in Girl Scouting, Micki Blakeley Program Director
  • 5. % Participating in Girl Scouting can change the way girls see their world and their place in it. Through programs that are girl-driven and by working in partnership with adults, girls learn the importance of personal responsibility, the value of goal-setting, the spirit of teamwork and the thrill of accomplishment. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience incorporates three keys to leadership: Discover: Girls understand themselves and their values and use their knowledge and skills to explore the world. Connect: Girls care about, inspire, and team with others locally and globally. Take Action: Girls act to make the world a better place. In Girl Scouting, Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership. Girls can participate in Girl Scouting as part of a troop or as an individually registered member. Girl Scout grade levels are as follows: D – Girl Scout Daisies (Kindergarten-Grade 1) B – Girl Scout Brownies (Grades 2-3) J – Girl Scout Juniors (Grades 4-5) C – Girl Scout Cadettes (Grades 6-8) S – Girl Scout Seniors (Grades 9-10) A – Girl Scout Ambassadors (Grades 11-12) ( ) % * ) + '
  • 6. % % Design Criteria This is a point of reference. We want you to know that it exists, and that this is the criteria that will be used along the way to direct and assess our efforts. It describes exactly what we’d like to achieve with a membership strategy and will also be used to understand and prioritize future updates to our design based on pilot learnings. • Be mission-driven. • Be data driven including quantitative & qualitative market research and available outcome measurements. • Align to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. • Allocate existing resources to be cost effective. • Leverage funding opportunities to be sustainable and growth oriented. • Attract adult volunteer role models from the diverse backgrounds to deliver the GSLE in all grade levels. • Support short and long term volunteers through the Single-Entry System (SES). • Provide all girls, all grades, and all backgrounds equal access for participation. • Recruit and place girls in all grade levels based on informed choices, flexible offerings, interest and availability. • Leverage technology to engage and re-engage members. • Mobilize community partners and resources. • Utilize Girl Scout competitive advantage (camp, events, troop, travel and global network) and build upon new innovative ideas based on girl needs and interests.
  • 7. To make council sponsored events a wonderful experience for all, please adhere to the following: All event registrations will be accepted over the counter at any service center, by mail, or by council staff with payment for event fees. The Program Event Registration Form to be used is included in this book. Deadlines are final. Once the registration deadline has passed, no registrations will be processed. All registrations must be in the office by the deadline for the event. No TAG-A-LONGS please! This includes extra children, girls who are not in the age group specified for the event, or boys! Some are events for families; these will be promoted as such on the individual flyers. Many events have minimum and maximum numbers of girls in order to make the event safe, cost effective, and fun. Some events fill up quickly, so get your registrations in early. Where possible there will be waiting lists made. Make sure you let the event contact person know if you will NOT be able to attend so that another girl may have the opportunity to participate. If minimum numbers are not met, the event will be canceled so please register early! Individual and troop registration fees are NOT refundable unless there are circumstances that prevent the event from being held. Girls MUST ATTEND the event in order to receive a badge, patch, handouts, or other event supplies unless otherwise noted. When troops attend an event, the leader (or other designated adult) must bring the health history and parent permission forms for all girls attending. First Aid cannot be administered without written permission. If an event is attended by an individual girl not in a troop, the health history and parental permission located at the bottom of the event registration form must be filled out. SMOKING is NOT PERMITTED at any event where girls are present. All registration fees are applied to the cost of the event.
  • 8. , Girl Scout Juniors Fit for a Princess teaches the importance of nutrition and physical activity. Fit for a Princess was designed by a registered dietitian in response to girls' health needs and is being made available to you by the Louisiana Beef Council. To meet the needs and interests of girls across the Girl Scout Junior age range, Fit for a Princess offers many alternative activities, most of which can be applied toward program badges if not used to earn the Princess Zip patch. The primary activity is a readers theater presentation of the play, Fit for a Princess, where the girls read the script while performing. Without requiring elaborate props or stage settings, the play directly communicates the Girl Scout commitment to "build a strong body." Fit for a Princess is available to troops at no charge. If you are interested please contact your local Program Specialist.
  • 9. - . ) / & ) * &'' ' “The Juliette Gordon Low Girl Scout National Center is located in downtown Savannah. It was the Gordon family home, and Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon, called Daisy, was born here on October 31, 1860. The town house, completed in 1821, is furnished as it was in 1886, the year of Daisy’s marriage, and the year her parents renovated and enlarged the house. Girl Scouts of the USA purchased the house in 1953. Since the dedication in 1956, it has been operated as a Girl Scout program center and historic house museum. It is one of the most popular house museums in the United States. In 1965, it was designated Savannah’s first national Historic Landmark. It is open to Girl Scout troops, groups and the general public. Many times during the year, Girl Scout troops have the good fortune to meet and share activities with Girl Scouts from other parts of the country. Visitors always include a mix of Girl Scouts in troops and their families, alumnae Girl Scouts and the touring public from all over the world!” – Press Release from Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace For more information about how to plan a trip to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, contact: Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace Girl Scouts of the USA 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue Savannah, GA 31401 T 912 233 4501 F 912 233 4659 E-mail: birthplace@girlscouts.org
  • 10. Bridging the Gap connects girls to science, math, and engineering through explorations of hands-on activities. Bridging the Gap has simple, easy to follow, inexpensive program activities that help the girls earn “hard to do” science, math, and engineering badges. The BTG tubs are filled with basic materials and the tools a troop needs to complete the badge work for their grade level. A leader’s guide, a manual with tips on how to do the activities, and safety goggles (if required) are available. A $10 deposit is required to check out the tubs. Refunds will be mailed upon receipt of materials. Some of the tubs available for check out at the service centers are: GIRL SCOUT DAISIES GIRL SCOUT BROWNIES Color Wonders Science in Action Numbers & Shapes GIRL SCOUT JUNIORS GIRL SCOUT CADETTES/SENIORS Aerospace Math, Maps & More Discovering Technology Science in Action For more information, contact Micki Blakeley at mblakeley@girlscoutspinestogulf.org. These computerized baby dolls cry, eat, sleep, need changing, rocking and sometimes are just fussy! Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors can check out these dolls to take home overnight or for multiple nights. Training is available for anyone who wishes to check out the dolls. Dolls are available at the Shreveport and Lafayette Service Centers. You must give at least one month notice to check out the dolls in order to get trained. For more information, contact Micki Blakeley at mblakeley@girlscoutspinestogulf.org.
  • 11. ) Through Girl Scouting, each girl is encouraged to become a stronger member of her own religious denomination, and every Girl Scout group recognizes that religious instruction is the responsibility of parents and religious leaders. Girl Scouting offers religious awards that may be worn on the Girl Scout uniform. Work on religious recognitions should be done outside the troop meeting. A special meeting should be called if a large number of girls in the troop want to work on a particular religious award program. Individual girls work with an advisor to complete this award. Religious awards are earned by girls with the guidance of their leader and pastor, priest, rabbi, or other spiritual leader. This provides a wonderful opportunity for personal and spiritual growth. For more information about the religious awards, please contact Programs of Religious Activities with Youth (PRAY) at 800-933-7729 or www.praypub.org. Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf has grant money for scholarships for girls earning the Catholic or Protestant awards. Call the Program Department for more information. <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 0 ' Girl Scouts, learn how to use a sewing machine and make pretty things. When you learn to sew, you can make clothing and decorations, repair torn garments, or put a button on clothing. Sewing machines can be checked out from all service centers. For more information, contact the Program Specialist in your area.
  • 12. Council’s Own Badges, and Try-Its Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf has developed several council’s own badges and Try-Its. They are official and may be worn on the front of the badge sash or vest. Requirements may be requested from your local council service center and insignia may be purchased in the council shop by troop leaders. Council’s Own Try-Its ♦ Acadian Culture Girls will learn about the Acadian Culture by visiting with descendents and gathering information from them. They will take time to learn new games, dances, music, and stories. They can experience traditional food and learn the language common to the Acadian people. Council’s Own Badges ♦ Acadian Culture The purpose is to gain insight into the multitude of traditions of the Acadian people of Louisiana and inspire pride in our culture. ♦ Hurricane Preparedness The purpose is to educate ourselves about hurricanes and learn how to prepare for them. This is vital in minimizing potential loss of life and property damage. Living along the Gulf Coast possesses this real threat. ♦ Native American Heritage The purpose is to gain insight into the multitude of traditions and heritages of the Native Americans of Louisiana and inspire pride in our multi-faceted Native American culture. Council’s Own Interest Project ♦ Native American Heritage The purpose is to gain insight into the multitude of traditions and heritages of the Native Americans of Louisiana and inspire pride in our multi-faceted Native American culture. Council’s Own Patches ♦ I Love Louisiana This can be earned by Girl Scout Brownies, Girl Scout Juniors, Girl Scout Cadettes, and Girl Scout Seniors. The purpose is to educate oneself about Louisiana and its resources as well as the history. Aspects also include current state involvement through legislative requirements. ♦ Wildflower Project This project offers an opportunity to girls to explore the outdoors and to learn from the beauty of the species of wildflowers we have. The girls are also able to help with the preservation of the environment by applying what they have learned in a service project. Available for purchase at council shops!!
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  • 19. Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf Council Service Unit Event Coordinator APPOINTED BY: Program Specialist/Membership Specialist RESPONSIBLE TO: Program Specialist/Membership Specialist MAJOR CONTACT: Program Specialist/Membership Specialist/Service Unit Manager PURPOSE: To provide high quality, age appropriate Girl Scout program based on the principals of Girl Scouting in service unit areas to enhance the troop experience. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES Manage Service Unit events in accordance with council policies and standards. Appoint a planning committee. Call and attend all planning sessions of this event committee. Relay all event information to the Service Unit and Membership Specialist. 0 See that the event/activity adheres to safety standards. Work within council budget. Present a proposed budget at least 4 weeks prior to the event and final financial report with proper receipts no later than 2 weeks after the event to the Program Specialist. Submit final paperwork (attendance list, tally attendance breakdown, comments list taken from evaluations, and a "to do" list for the event) no later than 2 weeks after the event to the Program = Specialist. Adhere to council guidelines for dates involving publicity, notices and membership and check request. (Checks are to be requested the 10th and 25th of each month). < Write appropriate "Thank You" notes. See that any property used is left in proper order COMPETENCIES Able to work cooperatively with other volunteers, girls, and with staff personnel. Able to complete task adhering to a timeline. Able to communicate well. Able to do simple bookkeeping and recordkeeping. Have money management skills. Able to organize. Able to recruit committee members and delegate jobs. Has a basic understanding of the need to follow-up and confirm plans. BENEFITS Make new friends and rejuvenate old friendships. Celebrate being a Girl Scout volunteer. TIME COMMITMENT REQUIRED Attend training for the position. Time for planning the event. Attendance at the event. Set up time before the event and clean up time afterwards.
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  • 28. GIRL SCOUTS OF LOUISIANA – PINES TO THE GULF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION PURPOSE: To provide assistance to girls in Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf; enabling them to participate in day camp, resident camp, council sponsored trips, or program events that they would not be able to attend due to financial circumstances. SOURCE OF FUNDS: A set budgeted amount of funds is made possible through proceeds from the Cookie Sale Activity, United Way, Annual Giving and gifts and grants. CRITERIA FOR RECEIVING ASSISTANCE: • Need for financial assistance as documented on the application. • Family' willingness to pay a reasonable portion of the fee. (Only in extreme cases s will total fee be granted.) • Previous financial assistance received by the family. Priority is given to first time applicants. APPLICATION PROCESS: - - - Each applicant must complete a separate form. All blanks must be filled in. Complete application form(s) and mail or bring to any Girl Scout Service Center. Place in envelope and mark “CONFIDENTIAL”, Financial Assistance Request. GIRL INFORMATION: Name Phone # Address City Zip Age Birth date Grade Troop # Mo/Yr # of years in Girl Scouting Age level (Circle One) Girl Scout Daisy Girl Scout Brownie Girl Scout Junior Girl Scout Cadette Girl Scout Senior Girl Scout Ambassador Has this applicant or other family member(s) previously received financial assistance from Girl Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf or any other Girl Scout council? Yes _ No If yes, how many times? _____ day camp _____ resident camp _____ trip _____ program event _____ membership Total amount received $ ____________________ Is financial assistance being requested for more than one family member this year? Yes No_____ If yes, list names here: __________________ Did you participate in a council fundraiser during the last year? Yes No __ Cookies __ QSP _ Annual Giving Did you earn cookie dough? _______ If so, how much? _________
  • 29. TOTAL Projected Expenses (Event Fee) $ ____________A Total amount girl can contribute (include cookie dough) $ ____________B Total amount parents will contribute $ ____________C TOTAL (B + C) $ ____________D Total amount of financial assistance requested (list specific amount) (A - D)$____________E FAMILY INFORMATION: Names of Parents/Guardians Occupations of Parents/Guardians ______ Total Annual Household Income from All Sources (include wages, interest income, investments, alimony, child support, social security, public assistance, etc. If you have filed a federal income tax form, use the amount listed in the adjusted gross income line. Round off amount to the closest thousand. Enter amount here Is child eligible for free or reduced lunch at school? _____________ Total number of Family Members in the Household (Include parent(s)/guardian(s), children, and other dependents in the home) Ages of Supported Family Members (including children) Please indicate below any extraordinary financial circumstances that have an impact on the above- described family situation. I certify that the information provided above is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. Signature of Parent/Guardian Date Office Use Only Amount of assistance requested $ __________ Amount Granted $ ____________ Opportunity: _________________ Date Letter Sent ______________
  • 30. GIRL & ADULT HEALTH HISTORY RECORD This health history is to be completed and signed by parent/guardian of girls or by adult members themselves. This is a confidential document. Information should only be share on an as needed basis. _____________________________________________________________________________ Name Date of Birth Age _____________________________________________________________________________ Address City/Zip Troop/Group Number _____________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian (Area Code) Phone Cell Phone _____________________________________________________________________________ Home Address _____________________________________________________________________________ Business Address (Area Code) Phone Cell Phone _____________________________________________________________________________ In Emergency Notify: Name Relationship _____________________________________________________________________________ Address (Area Code) Phone Cell Phone _____________________________________________________________________________ Name of family physician: (Area Code) Phone _____________________________________________________________________________ Family medical/hospital Policy or Group Number insurance carrier: Part I: Illnesses and Injuries (Check those that apply and give appropriate dates) Chronic or Recurring Illness ___Ear Infection ___Bleeding/Clotting Disorders ___Hypertension ___Asthma ___Heart Defect/Disease ___Musculoskeletal Disorders ___Seizures ___Diabetes ___Hypoglycemia Other (specify) Date of last health examination: Were any complicating medical problems noted in last health examination? Is participant currently under the care of a physician or psychologist? Is participant currently taking any prescription medication? Since last health exam, has participant had: • a serious injury requiring medical attention? • an illness lasting more than five days? • any prescribed or over-the-counter medication? • a surgical operation or fracture? • treatment in a hospital or emergency room? ______ • any restrictions concerning physical activities? ___ • any exposure to a contagious disease? Please explain any "yes" answers to the above questions. Include dates:
  • 31. Part II: Allergies (Check those that apply and specify nature of allergic reaction.) ______Animals _______Hay fever _______Pollen _______Food _______Medicines/drugs _______Insect stings Plants Other (specify) Part III: Other health conditions (Check those that apply and specify nature of allergic reactions.) Bed wetting Emotional disturbances Constipation Fainting Menstrual cramps Hearing impairment Motion sickness Sickle cell trait or disease Nosebleeds Special dietary regimen Sleep disturbances Wear glasses or contact lenses Attention deficit disorder Other (specify) Please explain any items that are checked. Indicate any information useful to the adult in charge in relation to any of these health conditions. Also, indicate any activities to be encouraged or restricted. Part IV: Immunization History Immunization Year Primary Year of Series Completed Last Booster D.T.P. Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis (Whopping Cough) Td Measles Mumps Rubella (German Measles) Oral Polio Hib Hepatitis B Tuberculin Test (most recent) Result Other This health history is completed and accurate. I know of no reason(s) why my daughter should not participate in prescribed activities except as noted. Signature of Parent/Guardian Date This health history is complete and accurate. I am able to engage in all prescribed activities except as noted. Signature of Adult Date

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