Girl Scout Center Shops
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Table of Contents
Fall Program Opportunities
Guide to Fall Program ..........................................................
GirlScoutsofKansasHeartlandRoadMap
                            Guide to Fall Program 2008
Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland ...
How to Make a Reservation
Carefully read the instructions on how to make a reservation for a program. Then register online...
General Information about Program Reservations
Participants
Troop reservations require that troop adults be in attendance....
Financial Assistance
Assistance is available for girls who may not otherwise be able to participate in Girl Scout events.
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Product Sales
Product Sales are money-earning activities that teach life skills and provide funds for yourself, your troop...
Multi Age-Level Girl Scout Programs
Multi age-level programs are designed for program delivery to two or more age levels.
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Girl Scout Daisy through Brownie Programs
Holiday Kaleidoscope
Enjoy the holidays at this hands-on workshop.
Dress to get ...
Girl Scout Daisy through Junior Programs
Haunted Stroll                                                Reservation Deadlin...
Girl Scout Daisy through Junior Programs
Additional Information: Includes skates, drink, candy bar and patch. You may brin...
Girl Scout Brownie through Ambassador Programs
Weekends at Flying T                                        Quilt 1, Embroi...
Girl Scout Junior through Ambassador Programs
It’s All About Me and…You                                         Camp Four ...
Girl Scout Junior through Ambassador Programs
    Shirt Orders must be placed and paid by                   Polar Bear Cam...
Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador Programs
X-treme Smoky Hill Low Course                               Cruise Into Sco...
Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador Programs
X-treme Ski Trip
       Imagine yourself sitting in a lodge with a roaring ...
Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs
“Just Dad and Me” – Fishing 101
Enjoy a day of fishing where dads, grandfathe...
Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs
Juliesta                                                       FHSU Lady Tige...
Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs
Mother/Daughter Holiday Ball–Salina                          Old Fashion Cowt...
Girl Scout Daisy Programs
Daisy Day at Starwoods
        As a Girl Scout Daisy this is a great opportunity for you and you...
Girl Scout Brownie Programs
Museum Trek-Part 1                                           Overnight at Exploration Place
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Girl Scout Brownie Programs
No Cooking Cook-Off                                          Catch the Beat
       Gather your...
Girl Scout Junior Programs
Rolling Hills Zoo Overnight Adventure                           Additional Information: Include...
Girl Scout Junior Programs
Cost: $25                                                       Painting & Drawing
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Girl Scout Junior Programs
Wacky Fall Olympics                                             The Wild Side of Denver, CO
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Girl Scout Junior Programs
Tune In!                                                       Dreamers Overnight
       Do you...
Girl Scout Cadette Programs
Trip to the Cosmosphere
Is science your thing? Do you like crazy rides? Do you like to stay ov...
Girl Scout Ambassador Programs
Snap Shot Scavenger Hunt Overnight
       Enjoy this holiday break with other Girl Scout Am...
WorkshopsforGirlScoutCadette,SeniorandAmbassador
Silver Award Orientation
This workshop provides the information needed to...
Training Opportunities for
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Basic Program Aide
First of three trainings required ...
Training Opportunities for
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Basic Program Aide and Troop Program Aide Overnight
C...
Training Opportunities for
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Peer Leadership Training
This course is required to b...
Leadership Opportunities for
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Haunted Stroll Spook Masters
A favorite event among...
Leadership Opportunities for
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Program Aide for Festival of Giving
Program Aides f...
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2008 Fall Roadmap Girls GSKH
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  1. 1. Girl Scout Center Shops Girl Scout Center Shops are the place to find handbooks, uniforms, insignia, resources and more. The 2009 Road Map for Winter and Spring will be arriving in December, 2008. Here is a sampling of some of the programs that will be available: Locations, contact information and hours: Amend Girl Scout Center Emporia 1200 Burlingame Road, 67801 Phone: (620) 342-4532 January Email: jmccormick@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (800) 342-4532 • Girl Scout Cookie Kick-offs: Watch for a cookie kick-off in your area. Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fax: (620) 342-8066 • Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador: Midnight Ramble will take place in Colby. This event deals with issues affecting young women today. Girl Scout Center Garden City 114 Grant Avenue, 67846 Phone: (620) 276-7061 Email: jkeeton@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (888) 900-7061 February Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fax: (620) 276-7143 • Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador: Come celebrate a Girl Guide and Girl Scout tradition; Girl Scout Center Hays World Thinking Day at Starwoods Outdoor Center on February 14, 2009. 2707 Vine Street, Suite 8, 67601 Phone: (785) 625-5671 • Girl Scout Junior through Ambassador: Dream Dinners in Wichita is providing an opportunity Email: lcech@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (888) 811-8832 for you to learn how to prepare a gourmet meal. Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fax: (785) 625-7695 • Girl Scout Daisy through Cadette: Spend a special evening with your dad at the Father-Daughter Sweetheart Dance taking place in Salina and Great Bend. Girl Scout Center Hutchinson 111 N. Walnut, Suite A, 67504 Phone: (620) 662-5485 Email: pbookless@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (800) 495-5166 March Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fax: (620) 662-2532 • Girl Scout Junior: Stay the night at Exploration Place in Wichita. Dieckhoff Girl Scout Center Salina • Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador: Groovy Girls, 60’s Day in Garden City 1550 S. Broadway, 67401 Phone: (785) 827-3679 Email: maffholder@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (800) 888-0872 Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fax: (785) 827-6679 April • Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador: You and your dad will not want to miss this outdoor Girl Scout Center Wichita experience at Camp Hazen near Sylvia. 360 Lexington Road, 67218 Phone: (316) 684-6531 • Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador: Spend an elegant evening in your best attire as you Email: cdyson@kansasgirlscouts.org Toll Free: (888) 472-3683 watch a musical at Crown Uptown Professional Dinner Theatre in Wichita. Fax: (316) 684-4141 Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.(June through August) Monday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (September through May) May • Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador: Come stay the night at the Hutchinson Mall and All Girl Scout Center Shops will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the following Saturdays: October 4, 2008; shop ‘til you drop. November 1, 2008; April 4, 2009 and May 2, 2009. • Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador: Celebrate your accomplishments as a Girl Scout who All Girl Scout Center Shops will be closed from on Monday, Sept. 29 and Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008 for inventory. has earned the Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award, completed ten years or graduated as a Girl Scout Girl Scout Center offices will remain open during inventory. Girl Scout Center offices and shops are closed Senior at the Young Women of Distinction event. December 24, 2008 through January 2, 2009. Front Cover (left to right): June Myesha, Troop 40647 • Girl Scout Junior: Part Two of the Three Part Campout will take place June 5-7, 2009; you will Taylor, Troop 40647 not want to miss this. You must attend the first two campouts to be eligible to attend the third Jessica, Troop 40647 campout in August at Rocky Mountain National Park. Addison, Troop 40647 Jerrica, Troop 40670 Back Cover: Back of car (L to R): Addison, Troop 40647; Myesha, Troop 40647; Jerrica, Troop 40670 Front of car (L to R): Jessica, Troop 40647; Taylor, Troop 40647
  2. 2. Table of Contents Fall Program Opportunities Guide to Fall Program ...........................................................1 Girl Scout Brownie Programs ................................... 18–20 How to Make an Event Reservation .................................2 Girl Scout Junior Programs ....................................... 20–24 General Information about Girl Scout Cadette Programs .................................... 24–25 Program Reservation ....................................................3–4 Girl Scout Ambassador Programs.................................. 26 Product Sales Workshops for Girl Scout Cadette, Fall Opportunity Sale ........................................................5 Senior, Ambassador ................................................. 26–27 Cookie Sale ...........................................................................5 Training Opportunities for Multi Age-Level Girl Scout Programs Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, Ambassador .......... 28–30 Daisy through Brownie................................................6–7 Leadership Opportunities for Daisy through Junior....................................................7–9 Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, Ambassador .......... 31–32 Brownie through Junior ...................................................9 Program Opportunity for Leaders ................................. 32 Brownie through Ambassador ................................... 10 Event Reservation Form Junior through Ambassador ................................ 11–12 Financial Assistance Form Cadette through Ambassador ............................. 13–14 Senior through Ambassador ....................................... 14 Daisy through Ambassador .................................. 15–17 Girl Scout Daisy Programs ................................................ 18
  3. 3. GirlScoutsofKansasHeartlandRoadMap Guide to Fall Program 2008 Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland 2008 Fall and Winter Road Map is the place to plan a journey for yourself or your troop. Inside you will find opportunities for every Girl Scout age level from across our council. Programs are designed specifically with you in mind. You will be able to Discover yourself, Connect with others and Take Action in the community by participating in Girl Led, Learn by Doing and Cooperative Learning experiences. As you browse through this guide, please remember: • You may register for any event online. A reservation form is also available; reservation forms must be sent to the Girl Scout Center where the event is taking place. • You do not need to fill out a Troop Trip Application form when registering for a council-sponsored event within Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland. • The Council Event Reservation Form is in the back of the guide. Please make copies so there is always a blank form available. • This guide and the Council Event Reservation Form are available at www.kansasgirlscouts.org. Program Services Managers The Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Program Services Managers strive to make sure that they provide safe, high-quality programs, events and activities to all Girl Scouts. Amend Girl Scout Center Emporia Girl Scout Center Hutchinson Phone: (620) 342-4532 Phone: (620) 662-5485 Toll Free: (800) 342-4532 Toll Free: (800) 495-5166 Linda Jones: ljones@kansasgirlscouts.org; Debbie Rippie: drippie@kansasgirlscouts.org Amy Miller: amiller@kansasgirlscouts.org Girl Scout Center Garden City Dieckhoff Girl Scout Center Salina Phone: (620) 276-7061 Phone: (785) 827-3679 Toll Free: (888) 900-7061 Toll Free: (800) 888-0872 Christina Britton: cbritton@kansasgirlscouts.org Vesa Cunningham: vcunningham@kansasgirlscout.org Girl Scout Center Hays Girl Scout Center Wichita Phone: (785) 625-5671 Phone: (316) 684-6531 Toll Free: (888) 811-8832 Toll Free: (888) 472-3683 Virginia Jacobs: vjacobs@kansasgirlscouts.org Melissa Loibl: mloibl@kansasgirlscouts.org; Mary Wilson: mwilson@kansasgirlscouts.org –1–
  4. 4. How to Make a Reservation Carefully read the instructions on how to make a reservation for a program. Then register online or use a Council Event Reservation Form and follow the instructions at the top of the form according to whether you are registering as a troop/group or individual. Please be sure make your reservation before the reservation deadline. There will be a $5 late fee on all programs unless otherwise noted. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis unless otherwise stated. If a session is full, you have the option of being placed on a waiting list. Note: Due to limited space and the nature of these activities, tagalongs cannot be accommodated, unless noted otherwise. There are three ways to make a reservation for a program: Online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org • This is the fastest and easiest way to make a reservation for an event. • Each family and the troop/group have a reservation account. This account can be used for training or event reservations. New accounts will be created as members of the troop/group register for Girl Scouts. Passwords will be e-mailed to the e-mail address on file (parents of individual girls or leader for troop accounts) or can be requested by calling one of the Girl Scout Centers (Girl Scout Center information listed in the front of the Road Map). • Full payment for the reservation is required and can be made by e-check, Visa or MasterCard. By Mail • Complete the Council Event Reservation Form in the back of the Road Map and mail or bring it to the Girl Scout Center where the event is taking place (noted next to the program contact). • Payment may be made by check. Please do not mail cash. By Phone • Call one of the Girl Scout Center locations to make a reservation. E-check, Visa or MasterCard required for phone reservations. Payment Options Checks or e-checks • You can mail a troop or individual check with your reservation form or go online to log on to your family or troop/group reservation account and pay by e-check. All checks will be processed as e-check transactions that withdraw directly from your checking account. Make checks payable to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland (GSKH). By entering this information online or providing a check as payment, you authorize Girl Scout of Kansas Heartland to process a one-time electronic funds transfer (EFT) or draft drawn on your account. If your check does not clear your bank, it will be charged back against your family or troop/group account along with a $30 service charge along with any additional bank charges. Your reservation(s) will not be complete until this total amount is paid. Call (316) 684-6531 with any questions regarding electronic funds transfers. Credit Card or Debit Card • Go online to log on to your family or troop/group reservation account and use a credit card (for family accounts only) or debit card to make a payment. Credit cards are not approved for troop use. • You may also pay by credit card or debit card in person or by phone. Cash • You may pay by cash if bringing your form directly to a Girl Scout Center. • Do not mail cash. Cookie Credits • Cookie Credits may be used for council events taking place before November 15, 2008. Cookie credits expire November 15, 2008. –2–
  5. 5. General Information about Program Reservations Participants Troop reservations require that troop adults be in attendance. Individual girls who register for events are not required to be accompanied by an adult, they will be placed with another troop or other individual Girl Scouts accompanied by a staff member. Most programs can not accommodate walk-ins; therefore walk-ins will be allowed only at select events which are noted. Girls who are not currently members can register as Girl Scouts and attend all events listed in the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Road Map. A girl is registered when her GSUSA registration form and $10 have been received at the Girl Scout Center. Troop/group leaders must also be registered members of GSUSA and have on file a volunteer application, references and criminal background check. Event Reservation Dates All program event reservations begin August 22, 2008. Check each event for reservation deadline. Some events fill quickly therefore they may be closed before the reservation deadline and the participant will be placed on a waiting list. Go online to check for event openings or call the Girl Scout Center. When events are filled to capacity, registration automatically closes. Late Fee There is a $5 late fee on all programs unless noted otherwise. Capacity of Events Capacity may be determined by any or all of the following: age level of participants, space, facilities, consultants or program resources. If an event is full, or it there is a problem with your reservation, you will be contacted. Event Cancellations Event cancellations may happen due to lack of reservations or weather. In the case of lack of reservations, participants will be notified. The weather that affects your area may not affect the location where the event is taking place. If an event is cancelled because of weather or some other unforeseen circumstance, the council will notify radio and television stations of the cancellations. Tagalongs Due to limited space and the nature of these activities, tagalongs cannot be accommodated, unless noted otherwise. Tagalongs are defined as individuals of any age who are not registered Girl Scouts or a registered Girl Scout attending an event specified for an age level that is different from her age level. Confirmation Notices Event confirmation notices are not sent unless noted otherwise. Check availability by going online or calling the Girl Scout Center. Those who register by mail will be notified only if girls/troops did not get placed. Participants with Special Needs When registering, please indicate if there will be girls or adults attending who have special needs. Advance notice will help staff and volunteers who are planning the event to make any necessary arrangements to accommodate those special needs. –3–
  6. 6. Financial Assistance Assistance is available for girls who may not otherwise be able to participate in Girl Scout events. Assistance may be requested for troop/group dues, uniforms, books and council programs. Application forms for financial assistance are available online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org or in the Girl Scout Centers. Financial Aid requests must be submitted four weeks prior to the event and approved before making a reservation. “Safety-Wise” “Safety-Wise” is a Girl Scouts of the USA publication containing health and safety guidelines for Girl Scout programs. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland abides by these guidelines to help ensure a safe program experience that will protect and maintain the well-being of every Girl Scout. Lost and Found Items Every effort will be made to return any items lost and found at council events to the original owner. Lost and found items from an event will be held for pickup for three weeks in the Girl Scout Center. After that time unclaimed items will be donated to a worthy cause. Refunds Refunds less a $10 non-refundable fee are provided when (not applicable for event fee under $10 and may not applicable for event deposits that have been paid): • A girl moves out of council. • A girl is certified ill by a physician. • A death in the family. Full refunds are issued when: • A girl is not placed in the program because it is full. • Cancelled due to lack of reservations. • A written notification 10 business days prior to the event date (unless deposits have been paid). Refunds will not be issued when: • Deposit for event facilities, transportation, accommodations, or event fees have been paid. • Program cost is less than $10. • A girl is a no-show. • A girl leaves early due to homesickness, parent’s request or cancels for non-medical reason. • Written notification has not been received by the Girl Scout Center where the program is taking place 10 business days prior to the event date. To receive a refund: • Notify the Girl Scout Center where the program is taking place. • Send a written notification 10 business days prior to the event date. Please state the reason for the cancellation. • Acknowledgement of refund will be sent. Cookie credits will be applied to the family reservation account. –4–
  7. 7. Product Sales Product Sales are money-earning activities that teach life skills and provide funds for yourself, your troop, and the council. You earn recognitions from both sales and “Cookie Credits” from the cookie sale that can be used to pay for council programs and in the Girl Scout Center Shops. Troops earn a portion of girls’ sales. Service units also earn a portion of their troops’ sales. FallOpportunitySale(FOS) is the sale of nuts, candy and magazines to family and friends. Order taking begins: Friday, Sept. 26, 200 Order taking ends: Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008 Delivery begins: Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 Delivery ends: Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008 Girl Scout Cookie Sale is the way for you to learn to earn your way. Girl Scout Cookie Sale Order taking begins: Saturday,Jan.17,2009 Order taking ends: Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009 Delivery begins: Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009  Delivery ends: Monday, March 9, 2009   –5–
  8. 8. Multi Age-Level Girl Scout Programs Multi age-level programs are designed for program delivery to two or more age levels. Girl Scout Daisy through Brownie Programs Tinkerbell & Friends Cost: Activities Only (No Overnight) Explore your world of imagination. Have $10 per girl; $10 per adult; $5 second daughter fun discovering fairy and fantasy myths. Lodging Prices (in addition to Activity Fee) When/Where: RV/Tent Camp: $10 per person Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 Code: 6-TF Rustic Cabins: $10 per person 2 to 5 p.m. Jones Village/Nurse Cabin: $18.50 per Long Branch Hut person 1109 Long Branch Rd., Dodge City Shirt Orders must be placed and paid by Cost: $10 per girl September 19, 2008; no late orders. Long sleeve shirt: $12 Reservation Deadline: September 5, 2008 Short sleeve shirt: $10 Capacity: 40 girls maximum, 15 girls minimum Available sizes: YM AS AM AL AXL AXXL AXXXL Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008; no late registrations or walk-ins Outdoors and S’mores Capacity: 125 mother/daughter pair maximum; Have some fun in the outdoors! Make sit-up-on’s 50 mother/daughter pair minimum shoot Brownie “bows,” experience a campfire, Additional Information: Food, drink and sing songs, crafts & S’more. activities provided. Bring your bedroll with When/Where: extra blankets; overnight supplies; jacket; 2 sets Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008 Code: 5-OS of shoes; flashlight; camp chair; and a travel cup for coffee or hot cocoa. Camp Hazen 30303 Trail West Road, Sylvia Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 Cost: $5 per girl Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008 Zink the Zebra Day You will learn about Zink, a zebra Capacity: 75 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum with spots. Zink will teach you about Contact: Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson understanding and compassion while dis- (620) 662-5485 covering self, values and differences of others. When/Where: Mother-Daughter Camp Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 Code: 2-ZZD A great fall getaway for daughters and moms 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (aunt or grandmother*) to spend quality time Church of the Cross together having FUN! Games, crafts, campfire 1600 Rush, Salina songs with S'Mores, flashlight hike and MORE! Cost: $10 per girl When/Where: Friday through Saturday Code: 5-OS Reservation Deadline: September 30, 2008 Oct. 3-4, 2008 Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; Camp Wood, Elmdale 12 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum *Adult female over the age of 18. Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 –6–
  9. 9. Girl Scout Daisy through Brownie Programs Holiday Kaleidoscope Enjoy the holidays at this hands-on workshop. Dress to get messy and have lots of fun making crafts, playing games, singing songs and snack. There will be a Special Visitor too! When/Where: Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008 Code: 2-HK 1 to 4 p.m. Emmanuel Church 1300 N. Vine, Abilene Cost: $7 per girl Reservation Deadline: December 1, 2008 Capacity: 75 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 8 adult maximum Additional Information: Troops are encouraged to bring an unwrapped gift to be donated to a youth organization. Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 Girl Scout Daisy through Junior Programs Fall Craft Day Fun Fall and Halloween Craft Day. When/Where: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 5-FCD 1 to 4 p.m. Church of the Brethren 505 N. 8th, Garden City Cost: $7 per girl Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008 Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 12 girl minimum Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 –7–
  10. 10. Girl Scout Daisy through Junior Programs Haunted Stroll Reservation Deadline: November 14, 2008 Come to Starwoods for this super spooky Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 12 girl minimum adventure. Add to the spook factor by wearing your favorite friendly costume. Daisy and Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City Brownie Girl Scouts will enjoy lots of fun (620) 276-7061 activities along the not-so-scary New Pumpkin Hollow Trail. Once it gets dark, Junior Girl Scouts On-Time Cosmic Bowling & will test their courage as they brave the Boo Bash Putt-Putt Golf Party Trail and all of its’ scary surprises. All trails end Kick off the new Girl Scout year right with at the lodge where participants will enjoy unlimited bowling and putt-putt golf. Join hotdogs, chips and a drink. Girl Scout Cadettes, other Girl Scouts at this party full of fun! Seniors and Ambassadors are needed to help with this event; for more information see the When/Where: Leadership Opportunities for Girl Scout Monday, Sept. 22, 2008 Code: 2-BGP Cadette, Senior and Ambassador on page 46. 4 to 6 p.m. When/Where: Walnut Bowl Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 Code: 4637 3101 Washington, Great Bend Starwoods Outdoor Center Cost: $8 per girl; $6 per adult 7800 E. 103rd St W., Clearwater Reservation Deadline: September 15, 2008 Pumpkin Hollow Trail sessions start at Capacity: 150 girl maximum, 30 girl minimum; 3 p.m. with a new session starting every 12 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum 30 minutes; the last Pumpkin Hollow Trail session is at 6 p.m. Additional Information: Includes shoe rental, Boo Bash Trail sessions starts at 7 p.m. with bowling, putt-putt golf, hot dog, drink & patch. a new session every 30 minutes, the last Boo Quick check-in is available for troops who Bash Trail session will start at 8:30 p.m. pre-register. Cost: $6 for girls and tagalongs, $5 for adults; Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 must register as a troop. Reservation Deadline: October 24, 2008 On-Time Skate Party Kick off the new Girl Scout year skating with all Capacity: 10 troops per session; must register your friends. Come join all of the fun! as a troop. When/Where: Additional Information: Confirmation letters Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008 will be sent with additional information. Session 1: 4 to 6 p.m. Code: 2-SP1 Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Session 2: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Code: 2-SP2 Starlite Skate Center Holiday Craft Day 2662 Market Place, Salina Fun craft day for the holidays; learn different Cost: $8 per girl; $6 per adult craft techniques and work with a variety of craft mediums. Reservation Deadline: September 15, 2008 When/Where: Capacity: 300 girl maximum, 30 girl minimum Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008 Code: 6-HCD per session 37 adult maximum, 4 adult minimum 1 to 4 p.m. per session Trinity Lutheran Church 1010 Fleming, Garden City Cost: $12 per girl –8–
  11. 11. Girl Scout Daisy through Junior Programs Additional Information: Includes skates, drink, candy bar and patch. You may bring your own skates or roller blades; they must be approved by Starlite Skate Center. Quick check-in is available for troops who pre-register. Participants from Salina should try to attend the early session since many troops from out of town cannot arrive immediately following school. Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 Girl Scout Brownie through Junior Programs Design It Arctic Pole Challenge Design it, make it and wear it! Brownies Brrr...Discover how animals can live in one will earn the Art to Wear Try-It. Juniors of the most fierce parts of the world. From will earn a majority of the requirements for ducks, bears, seals, foxes, penguins, whales the Art to Wear badge. and more, the Arctic Pole has them all. When/Where: When/Where: Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008 Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 Brownie: 9 a.m. to Noon Code: 5-DIB Brownie: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Code: 6-APCB Junior: 1 to 4 p.m. Code: 5-DIJ Junior: 2 to 6 p.m. Code: 6-APCJ Camp Hazen Lee Richardson Zoo 30303 Trail West Road, Sylvia 405 S. Fourth St, Garden City Cost: $7 per girl Cost: $12 per person Reservation Deadline: September 26, 2008 Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008 Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; Contact: Contact: Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson 6 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum (620) 662-5485 Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 –9–
  12. 12. Girl Scout Brownie through Ambassador Programs Weekends at Flying T Quilt 1, Embroider 2, Fun 3 You can attend with your troop or individually. You will learn about quilting and Discover life at camp throughout the year. embroidering during this two-day session. When/Where: When/Where: September 6-7, 2008 Code: 6-FT1 Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008 and Code: 6-QEF October 11-12, 2008 Code: 6-FT2 Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008 November 15-16, 2008 Code: 6-FT3 Girl Scout Center Check-in: Saturday 10 a.m. 114 Grant Avenue, Garden City Check-out: Sunday 5 p.m. Cost: $10 per girl, includes both sessions; Flying T Camp adults free 5101 W. River Rd., Syracuse Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008 Cost: $25 per person Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; Reservation Deadline: August 29, 2008; 6 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum October 1, 2008; November 5, 2008 Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Capacity: 22 maximum, 10 minimum; must meet girl to adult ratio Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 Additional Information: Confirmation letter and supply list will be sent to Troop Leader. Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City Holiday Baking Learn the art of holiday baking and design your (620) 276-7061 own Gingerbread house. When/Where: Patriotism Day Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008 Code: 6-HB Learn about Patriotism and what it means 1 to 4 p.m. to you while celebrating with other Girl Scouts. Church of the Brethren 505 N. 8th, Garden City When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 Code: 6-PD Cost: $12 per girl; adults free 9 a.m. to Noon Reservation Deadline: November 21, 2008 Girl Scout Center Capacity: 60 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; 114 Grant Avenue, Garden City 10 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Cost: $6 per girl; adults free Additional Information: Bring an apron Reservation Deadline: August 29, 2008 Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City Capacity: 65 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; (620) 276-7061 10 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Additional Information: Bring a story from home about what patriotism means to you and your family for a special project. Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 – 10 –
  13. 13. Girl Scout Junior through Ambassador Programs It’s All About Me and…You Camp Four Winds It is all about your inner and outer beauty, 9236 S.E. Quivira Rd., Leon hair styles, clothes and healthy food. Cost: $20 per person When/Where: Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008 Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 Code: 6-IAM 9 a.m. to Noon Capacity: 200 pair maximum, 50 pair minimum Long Branch Hut Additional Information: *Adult male over the 1109 Long Branch Rd., Dodge City age 18 who will take on “dad” duties for the weekend. Cost: $12 per girl; adults free Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Reservation Deadline: September 10, 2008 Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; 6 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum My Family Tree Find out about genealogy and heritage, the Additional Information: Bring your own makeup meaning of your family name and where and hair supplies. your heritage traces back to. Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City When/Where: (620) 276-7061 Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008 Code: 6-MFT 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Right on Target Girl Scout Center Learn about archery safety, how to shoot a bow 114 Grant Avenue, Garden City and arrow, keeping score and practice shooting. Cost: $8 When/Where: Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008 Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 Junior: 10 a.m. to Noon Code: 4-3007 Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum Cadette, Senior, Ambassador: Additional Information: Bring sack lunch. 1 to 3 p.m. Code: 4-3008 Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City Camp Four Winds (620) 276-7061 9236 S.E. Quivira Rd., Leon Cost: $5 Mother-Daughter Camp Reservation Deadline: September 12, 2008 A great fall getaway for you and your mom (aunt or grandmother)* to spend quality time Capacity: 20 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum together having FUN! Games, crafts campfire Additional Information: Includes archery fun songs with S’mores, flashlight hike and MORE! patch. Bring sack lunch. When/Where: Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Saturday through Sunday, Oct. 4-5, 2008 Code:3-MDJA Dad N’ Me Camp Wood Spend the weekend camping-out with your dad, Elmdale, Kan. grandfather or uncle* stargazing, archery, hiking, Cost: Activities Only (No Overnight) canoeing, fishing and more. $10 per girl; $10 per adult; $5 second daughter When/Where: Lodging Prices (in addition to Activity Fee) Friday through Sunday, RV/Tent Camp: $10 per person Sept. 26-28, 2008 Code: 4-DNM Rustic Cabins: $10 per person Jones Village/Nurse Cabin: $18.50 per person – 11 –
  14. 14. Girl Scout Junior through Ambassador Programs Shirt Orders must be placed and paid by Polar Bear Camp September 19, 2008; no late orders. You and your troop will have the choice of Long sleeve shirt: $12 kicking back for the weekend or signing up for Short sleeve shirt: $10 crafts, science and nature activities, games and Available sizes: cook-outs. Program staff will be on hand to assist YM AS AM AL AXL AXXL AXXXL you with activities. Overnight accommodations Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008; include Spring Creek, Lily’s Pad, Bunk House, no late registrations or walk-ins Covered Wagons, Platform Tents and Lower Lodge; please indicate first, second and third Capacity: 125 mother/daughter pair maximum; choice when registering. 50 mother/daughter pair minimum When/Where: Additional Information: Food, drink and Friday through Sunday, activities provided. Bring your bedroll with Nov. 7-9, 2008 Code: 4-PBC extra blankets, overnight supplies, jacket, 2 sets of shoes, flashlight, camp chair, and a travel cup Starwoods Outdoor Center for coffee or hot cocoa. 7800 E. 103rd St. W., Clearwater *Adult female over the age of 18. Cost: $10 per person Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 Reservation Deadline: October 31, 2008 Capacity: 200 maximum, 25 minimum; Fall Camporee: Friends and S’More 1 adult to 10 girl ratio Enjoy the weekend with other Girl Scouts as you Additional Information: Troops will share make crafts, share songs around the campfire, overnight accommodations until capacity has do a little stargazing (weather permitting) and been reached. more . Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 When/Where: Friday through Sunday, Oct. 17-19, 2008 Code: 7-FC Holiday Hootenanny Start the holiday off with a Holiday Camp Tablemound Hootenanny! Bring a canned good for a Independence, Kan. local organization; make crafts and toys for Cost: $10 per person local people. Finish off the afternoon with a dance Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008 party. Capacity: 200 maximum, 75 minimum; When/Where: must meet adult to girl ratio Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008 Code: 5-HH 1 to 5 p.m. Additional Information: Cost includes site fee, patch and program supplies. Confirmation letter State Fairgrounds will be sent upon receipt of reservation and Dillon Hall, Hutchinson payment. Cost: $10 per girl Contact: Angela Stateler, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Reservation Deadline: November 21, 2008 Capacity: 300 maximum, 50 minimum; adult to girl ratio must be met. Contact: Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson (620) 662-5485 – 12 –
  15. 15. Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador Programs X-treme Smoky Hill Low Course Cruise Into Scouting Adventure Program Have you dreamed of going on a cruise? This challenge-by-choice low ropes course will Then come aboard. Armed with your give you the chance to connect with other Girl passports, bags and friends, you will visit Scouts as you become a part of the X-treme the ports of France, Jamaica, Australia, Germany Team! This course is a prerequisite for the high and Japan. Invite your friends to join in this ropes course and rappelling offered in the travel experience which includes a cruise ship spring and summer. Discover yourself and be dining experience, entertainment, cruise staff prepared to take action! expertise and more. When/Where: When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 Code: 1-XADV Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008 Code: 1-CIS 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 3 to 6 p.m. Fort Hays State University La Crosse City Park 600 Park St., Hays Main and 5th, La Crosse Cost: $20 Cost: $15 Reservation Deadline: September 4, 2008 Reservation Deadline: September 10, 2008 Capacity: 30 girl maximum, 8 girl minimum Capacity: 70 girl maximum, 20 girl minimum; 15 adults Additional Information: Additional adult is needed, please call Virginia Jacobs if you are Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 interested. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Design, Create and Wear It! Do you like to express yourself through Fall Congress Meeting jewelry and spending time with your Make your choice count! Congress Meetings friends? This overnight is for you; learn allow older girls to make decisions on the how to design and create jewelry yourself. direction of program for their age level. When/Where: When/Where: Friday through Saturday, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008 Code: 1-FCM Dec. 5-6, 2008 Code: 3-DCW 2 to 3 p.m. Amend Girl Scout Center La Crosse City Auditorium 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia 417 Main St, La Crosse Cost: $15 Cost: No Fee Reservation Deadline: November 26, 2008 Reservation Deadline: September 15, 2008 Capacity: 30 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 – 13 –
  16. 16. Girl Scout Cadette through Ambassador Programs X-treme Ski Trip Imagine yourself sitting in a lodge with a roaring fire looking at the snow covered mountains. Can you imagine swooshing down the Rocky Mountains as you ski or snowboard your way to the bottom while the crisp air brushes your face? Then don’t wait to sign up for this year’s X-treme Ski Trip; space is limited. For seventh through 12th grade girls. When/Where: Thursday through Sunday; February 5-8, 2009 Code: 1-XSKI Winter Park, Colorado Cost: $400 per girl; $225 basic adult Options: Girl ski lesson: $23 Adult ski lesson: $29 Adult ski rental: $67 Adult lift tickets: $68 Reservation Deadline: November 1, 2008 Capacity: 30 girl maximum, 24 girl minimum; 10 adult maximum, 6 adult minimum Additional Information: Girl cost includes ski rental and lift tickets. Lessons are available for the first time skier or those who want a refresher. Adults need to apply for the positions of drivers, business manager and health supervisor. Designated drivers will be reimbursed a percentage of gas. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Girl Scout Senior through Ambassador Programs It’s Your Party-Join It! Help kick-off the Girl Scout year with a party. Find out about the new program opportunities for Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland. When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 Code: 2-IYP 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Club House 1130 Parkwood Dr., Salina Cost: $5 Reservation Deadline: September 5, 2008 Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 25 girl minimum; 12 adult maximum, 4 adult minimum Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 – 14 –
  17. 17. Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs “Just Dad and Me” – Fishing 101 Enjoy a day of fishing where dads, grandfathers or uncles* can spend a few hours teaching you how to fish. You will cook hot dogs together for lunch. There will be contest for the most fish caught by a Girl Scout, largest fish and more. When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 Code: 1-JDNM 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kraus Pond Antonio (16 miles S.W. of Hays) Cost: $5 per girl, $4 per adult Reservation Deadline: September 4, 2008 Capacity: 75 girl/adult pair maximum, 20 girl/adult pair minimum Additional Information: No tagalongs. Additional information will be sent upon receipt of reservation and payment. *Adult male over the age of 18 who will take on “dad” duties for the day. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Just Us Girls Join us for this open house with activities where girls and their families can learn more about Girl Scouts. When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 1 to 4 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Reservation Deadline: No reservation needed. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Juliette Low Day Learn about the founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low. Experience life as Juliette did as a child, teen and adult. When/Where: Saturday, Oct.18, 2008 Code: 6-JLD 9 a.m. to Noon Girl Scout Cabin 108 Hackberry, Garden City Cost: $9 per girl Reservation Deadline: October 3. 2008 Capacity: 45 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; 10 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 – 15 –
  18. 18. Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs Juliesta FHSU Lady Tigers Volleyball Celebrate the life of Juliette Gordon Low. Come cheer the Fort Hays State University Lady You can come dressed in costume; but you Tigers to victory as they play the Omaha Maver- will not want to miss this great party for icks. You will have a chance to find out after the our founder. game what it takes to be a volleyball player, team member or coach. The team will be When/Where: available for autographs after the game. Monday, Oct. 27, 2008 Code: 6-JUL 6 to 8 p.m. When/Where: Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008 Code: 1-VOL The Alley 3 to 6 p.m., tentative Dodge City Fort Hays State University Cost: $2 per person 600 Park St., Hays Reservation Deadline: October 13, 2008 Cost: $2 per girl; $3 per adult Capacity: 60 maximum, 15 minimum; Receive a discount by wearing your Girl Scout must meet girl to adult ratio pin or Girl Scout attire; enter through Gate 1 for discount. Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City (620) 276-7061 Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Fall Olympics Mother/Daughter Celebrate the Olympics learning about Holiday Ball–Great Bend the Chinese culture and participating in This will be a special evening with your mom, relays, games and activities. grandmother or aunt* as a disc jockey provides music and you enjoy sweet treats. A photogra- When/Where: pher will be available for those who wish to Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008 purchase a portrait of this memorable evening. Daisy and Brownie: Code: 3-FCB 9 a.m. to Noon *Adult female over the age of 18 Jr., Cad., Sr., and Amb.: Code: 3-FCC When/Where: 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 Code:2-HBGB Emporia State University Dinner check-in: 5:30 p.m. Hyper Building, Emporia Dinner: 6 to 7 p.m. Dance check-in: 6:30 p.m. Cost: $4 per girl Dance: 7 to 9 p.m. Reservation Deadline: Highland Hotel October 11, 2008 3017 10th St., Great Bend Capacity: 400 girl maximum, Cost: $25 per pair, $10 for each additional girl; 50 girl minimum $10 per pair for dance only Contact: Amy Miller, Reservation Deadline: December 1, 2008 Emporia (620) 342-4532 Capacity: 200 pair maximum, 25 pair minimum Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 – 16 –
  19. 19. Girl Scout Daisy through Ambassador Programs Mother/Daughter Holiday Ball–Salina Old Fashion Cowtown Christmas This will be a special evening with your mom, Come experience an old-fashioned Victorian grandmother or aunt* as a disc jockey provides Christmas with a visit to Old Cowtown Museum. music and you enjoy sweet treats. A photogra- This tradition is a great way to start off your pher will be available for those who wish to holiday season. purchase a portrait of this memorable evening. When/Where: *Adult female over the age of 18 Friday, Dec. 5, 2008 When/Where: Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008 Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008 Code: 2-HBS Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 Dinner check-in: 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008 Dinner: 6 to 7 p.m. 6 to 8:30 p.m. (Come and go as you please.) Dance check-in: 6:30 p.m. Old Cowtown Museum Dance: 7 to 9 p.m. 1865 W. Museum Blvd., Wichita Salina Country Club 2101 E Country Club Rd., Salina Cost: Call Cowtown Museum, Education Department at (316) 264-0671 for special group Cost: $35 per pair, $15 for each additional girl; rates and reservations. $15 per pair dance only Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Reservation Deadline: December 1, 2008 Capacity: 200 pair maximum, 25 pair minimum 59th Annual Festival of Giving: Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 “Caring for the Community” A timeless tradition of Girl Scouts is community service. You and your troop can make or purchase a special gift for those in the community who are in need. The gifts will be distributed to area agencies at the end of the day. Service Units also provide program opportunities during the event. Don’t miss out on the “Show of Stars,” whether you participate or watch the talent. When/Where: December 13, 2008 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Century II Exhibition Hall 225 W. Douglas, Wichita Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: No reservations required. Additional Information: Bring a canned food item for the food bank. Outside food and drinks not permitted in Century II. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 17 –
  20. 20. Girl Scout Daisy Programs Daisy Day at Starwoods As a Girl Scout Daisy this is a great opportunity for you and your leader to sample a variety of Girl Scout activities, including arts and crafts, games, science and nature. When/Where: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 Code: 4-DDS 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Starwoods Outdoor Center 7800 E. 103rd St. W., Clearwater Cost: $5 per girl, adults free Reservation Deadline: October 3, 2008 Capacity: 125 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum, 1 adult to 8 girls Additional Information: Bring sack lunch and water bottle. Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Girl Scout Brownie Programs Outdoor Madness Wild Times at the Zoo Learn about basic outdoor skills; preparing You and your leaders will meet with Sedgwick food, knife safety, basic knots, and outdoor County Zoo educators to learn the differences education. Take a short hike, cook a little between wild animals and pets. Take part in a and have a good time with an overnight stay in Pet Pledge and meet the Zoo’s office pet. This the Activity Building. will last about 45 minutes and fulfills some of the requirements of the Animals Try-It. When/Where: Saturday through Sunday, When/Where: Oct. 4-5, 2008 Code: 4-OM Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 Code: 2010 Check-in: Saturday 2 p.m. Session 1: 10 to 11 a.m. Check-out: Sunday 10 a.m. Session 2: 1 to 2 p.m. Camp Four Winds Sedgwick County Zoo 9236 S.E. Quivira Rd., Leon 5555 Zoo Boulevard, Wichita Cost: $12 per girl Cost: $5 per person per session; additional zoo Reservation Deadline: September 26, 2008 admission fee of $4 per person (admission fee paid at the gate day of the event) Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 10 adult maximum, 4 adult minimum Reservation Deadline: October 3, 2008 Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 20 girl minimum; must meet adult to girl ratio Additional Information: No tag-alongs. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 18 –
  21. 21. Girl Scout Brownie Programs Museum Trek-Part 1 Overnight at Exploration Place What is a museum? Are all museums the Spend the night at Exploration Place, complete same? What does it take to run a museum? with guided tours, Cyber Dome and the traveling “Discover” more about Museums and then exhibit. Come dressed in costume for the evening, “Connect” with other troops as you visit the Dane and work on the Let’s Pretend Brownie Try-It. G. Hansen Museum where you will try your When/Where: hand at becoming an artist like the paintings on October 31-November 1, 2008 display. You get to spend time with the hands on Check-in: Friday 6:45 p.m. Code: 4-OEP activities with their traveling exhibit “Brain Check-out: Saturday 8 a.m. Teasers and Brain Teasers 2”. Then while in Logan, you can also check out the Logan Exploration Place museum. Hey! That’s just the beginning as we 300 N. McLean Blvd., Wichita start our on Museum Trek in Part 1. Then you Cost: $20 per girl; $10 per adult and/or your troop can “Take Action” in Part 2 and by spring, you will be ready to spend the Reservation Deadline: October 24, 2008 night at Sternberg Museum in Hays. Attend Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum; Part 1 or do all three and earn your Brownie must meet girl to adult ratio Museum Trek patch! It’s all up to you! Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 When/Where: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 1-MUS 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. EST Puppets, Plays & Dolls Earn the Brownie Puppets, Plays & Dolls, Dane G. Hansen Museum and Let’s Pretend Try-Its. Have a fun filled 110 W. Main St., Logan day making puppets, dolls, being creative, Cost: $8 and dressing up. Reservation Deadline: September 17, 2008 When/Where: Capacity: 150 girl maximum, 30 girls minimum; Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008 Code: 6-PPD 35 adults maximum, 6 adults minimum 9 a.m. to Noon Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Church of the Brethren 508 N. 8th St., Garden City Cost: $8 UR an Artistè Develop your own artistic abilities while Reservation Deadline: October 24, 2008 earning the Art to Wear Brownie Try-It. Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; When/Where: 10 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 3-UR Contact: Christina Britton, Garden City 1 to 5 p.m. (620) 276-7061 Amend Girl Scout Center 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Cost: $5 per girl Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008 Capacity: 35 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 10 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 – 19 –
  22. 22. Girl Scout Brownie Programs No Cooking Cook-Off Catch the Beat Gather your favorite no-cooking-required Do you like to move to the beat or singing? recipes and ingredients and meet us out at Learn what music is about while you earn Starwoods for a “No Cooking Cook-Off” the Making Music Brownie Try-It. and Make-It, Eat It, Try-It workshop. When/Where: When/Where: Emporia November 15, 2008 Code: 4-CO Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008; Code: 3-CTB 1 to 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to Noon Starwoods Outdoor Center Amend Girl Scout Center 7800 E. 103rd St W., Clearwater 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Cost: $5 per person Pratt Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008; Code: 5-CTB Reservation Deadline: November 7, 2008 9 a.m. to Noon Capacity: 14 troop maximum, 4 troop minimum; First United Methodist Church 1 adult to 8 girls 100 N. Jackson, Pratt Additional Information: Confirmation letter Cost: $5 will be sent to leader. Reservation Deadline: November 14, 2008 Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 5 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532; Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson (620) 662-5485 Girl Scout Junior Programs Wild Times at the Zoo This is your chance to get a close-up view of plants and animals and participate in a scavenger hunt. Please note each session is a different badge. Following the program, there will be time for exploring the zoo independently. When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 Code: 4-WTZ Saturday, April 25, 2009 Code: 4-WTY Saturday, May 16, 2009 Code: 4-WTX Session 1: Plants and Animals 10 to 11 a.m. Session 2: Wildlife Badge 1 to 2 p.m. Sedgwick County Zoo 5555 Zoo Blvd., Wichita Cost: $5 per person per session; additional zoo admission fee of $4 per person (admission fee paid at the gate day of the event) Reservation Deadline: September 5, 2008; April 17, 2009; May 8, 2009 Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 20 girl minimum; must meet adult to girl ratio Additional Information: No tagalongs Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 20 –
  23. 23. Girl Scout Junior Programs Rolling Hills Zoo Overnight Adventure Additional Information: Includes all meals, Wishing upon the stars will take you snacks and patch. ALL adults must be trained everywhere at Rolling Hills Adventure. on the Outdoor Living Skills to attend this event. We’ll explore the night sky over the United An Outdoor Living Skills will be offered on States, Africa, India and elsewhere across the September 20-21, 2008 at Hill City. Contact globe. Through unique technology, we will be Virginia Jacobs for more information. Part two of guided through the stars to each continent as we three part campout is June 5-7, 2009. Part three to compare their unique wonders. Rocky Mountain National Park will be in August 2009. When/Where: September 26-27, 2008 Code: 2-RHZ Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Check-in: Friday 6:30 p.m. Check-out: Saturday 9 a.m. Art in 3-D Rolling Hills Zoo Come to the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita 625 N. Hedville Rd., Salina State University and explore Art in 3-D. After you mold, fold and wire, discover how a negative Cost: $18 per person can be a positive as you go “mobile.” Complete Reservation Deadline: September 15, 2008 the badge requirements for the Art in 3-D earned Capacity: 250 maximum, 100 minimum; award. girl and adult When/Where: Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 Code: 3102 Saturday, March 7, 2009 Code: 3103 1 to 4 p.m. Part 1-Three Part Campout Wichita State University This is the first part of a series of three Ulrich Museum of Art campouts designed to Discover, Connect 1845 Fairmont, Wichita and Take Action in the outdoors, ultimately leading to a final campout at Rocky Mountain Cost: $12 National Park. Part one helps you challenge Reservation Deadline: October 3, 2008; yourself as you Discover how to co-exist in the February 27, 2009 outdoors. You will have hands-on program and instruction on outdoor skills and be able to Capacity: 25 girls maximum, 10 girls minimum utilize them. Adults and girls must attend first Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 two campouts to be eligible to attend the third in Rocky Mountain National Park. Mold It Bold! When/Where: Do you like to play in the “mud” and get a little Saturday through Sunday, dirty? You will pinch, roll and flatten clay, make Oct. 4-5, 2008 Code: 1-TPC pots, tiles and bas relief. Complete the badge Ellis Lakeside Campground requirements for the Ceramics and Clay earned 300 E. 8th St, Ellis award. A tour of the Wichita State University ceramics studio is included. Cost: $17 per girl, $13 per adult When/Where: Reservation Deadline: September 22, 2008 Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 Code: 3014 Capacity: 150 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum; Saturday, March 7, 2009 Code: 3015 30 adult maximum, 10 adult maximum 1 to 4 p.m. Wichita State University Ulrich Museum of Art 1845 Fairmont, Wichita – 21 –
  24. 24. Girl Scout Junior Programs Cost: $25 Painting & Drawing Discover your inner artist as you learn how to Reservation Deadline: October 3, 2008; capture your creativity by using paint, pencil or February 27, 2009 pen. While completing the requirements for the Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Painting and Drawing badge, you will explore Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 colors, shapes and lines. Paint without a brush while discovering a new perspective and learn about women artists. Theatre Workshop When/Where: Staff from Music Theatre for Young People will Wichita lead a workshop on skills used in musical theatre Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 3018 productions, including stage makeup techniques, Saturday, March 14, 2009 Code: 3019 costuming and acting as well as singing and dancing. Girls will learn several songs with Wichita State University dances and at the end of the afternoon perform Ulrich Museum of Art for parents. October workshop attendees will 1845 Fairmont, Wichita receive a free ticket to the musical Joseph and Pratt the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. February Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 5-PD attendees will receive a free ticket to 42nd Street or HONK! First United Methodist Church 100 N. Jackson When/Where: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2009 Code: 3001 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009 Code: 3002 Cost: $8 Noon to 4 p.m. with performance at 4 p.m. Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008, Music Theater for Young People March 6, 2009 Abay Building 3305 E Douglas, Wichita Capacity: Wichita – 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Cost: $10 Pratt – 50 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008, Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 February 13, 2009 Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson (620) 662-5485 Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum Additional Information: Parking on the south side of Abay Building. Building is one block east of Hillside, across the street from the Hillcrest Apartments. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 22 –
  25. 25. Girl Scout Junior Programs Wacky Fall Olympics The Wild Side of Denver, CO Have you dreamed of being part of the Come check out the Wild Side with this Olympics? Here is your chance. Spend year’s Junior Troop trip to Denver, the day doing wacky outdoor activities and Colorado. This year’s itinerary includes: fun challenges. seeing what “bugs” us at the Butterfly Pavilion; the nightlife in the Denver Zoo and of course, When/Where: seeing if there is “wild life” at the Flat Iron Mall. Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008 Code: 2-WFO Noon to 4:30 p.m. When/Where: Friday through Sunday Lakewood Park Nov. 7-9, 2008 Code: 1-DEN 250 Lakewood Drive, Salina Denver, Colorado Cost: $10 Cost: $85 per girl; $50 per adult Reservation Deadline: October 10, 2008 Reservation Deadline: October 8, 2008 Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 25 girl minimum; 12 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum Capacity: 80 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum; 20 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Additional Information: Confirmation letter and Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina additional information will be sent upon receipt (785) 827-3679 of reservation and payment. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Becoming a Teen Professional health care instructors will facilitate this event for you and your moms (or female Museum of World Treasures Overnight mentor) as you spend quality time together. You Looking for an outrageously fun will learn about the unique experiences girls have overnight? You will sleep with real, when they are between the ages of eight and 13. life-size dinosaurs and compete in an Break-out sessions include activities in puberty, Amazing Museum Race scavenger hunt! Enjoy human growth, nutrition and personal hygiene. a pizza party and much more. When/Where: When/Where: Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008 Code: 3003 November 14-15, 2008 Code: 4-MWT 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check-in: Friday 5:30 p.m. Check-out: Saturday 8 a.m. Kansas Learning Center for Health 505 Main, Halstead Museum of World Treasures 835 E. 1st, Wichita Cost: $10 per girl; $7 per adult Cost: $25 per person Reservation Deadline: October 31, 2008 Reservation Deadline: November 6, 2008 Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 50 girl minimum, Additional Information: Bring a white, 30 adult maximum, 10 adult minimum pre-washed t-shirt for a craft project, sack lunch or money for lunch. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 23 –
  26. 26. Girl Scout Junior Programs Tune In! Dreamers Overnight Do you like a variety of music? Find out Do you dream of traveling the world? Join about the different types of music, music us as you discover what it takes to plan for history and music careers. Earn the Music a grand adventure. Learn how to pack for Fan Junior Badge. your travels, what you foods you might enjoy, how to travel safe and more. Earn the On My Way When/Where: Badge. Emporia Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008 Code: 3-TIE When/Where: Friday through Saturday, Amend Girl Scout Center Dec. 19-20, 2008 Code: 3-DO 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Amend Girl Scout Center Pratt 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008 Code: 3-TIP Cost: $15 First United Methodist Church 100 N. Jackson, Pratt Reservation Deadline: December 10, 2008 1 to 5 p.m. Capacity: 30 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 6 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum Cost: $5 Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 Reservation Deadline: November 14, 2008 Capacity: Emporia – 30 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 5 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum Pratt – 50 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 5 adult maximum, 3 adult minimum Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 Debbie Rippie, Hutchinson (620) 662-5485 Girl Scout Cadette Programs It’s Your Party-Join It! Help kick-off the Girl Scout year with other Cadette Girl Scouts. Find out about the new program opportunities for Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland. When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 Code: 2-IYP 10 a.m. to 1 pm. Club House 1130 Parkwood Dr., Salina Cost: $5 Reservation Deadline: September 5, 2008 Capacity: 100 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum; 12 adult maximum, 4 adult minimum Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Salina (785) 827-3679 – 24 –
  27. 27. Girl Scout Cadette Programs Trip to the Cosmosphere Is science your thing? Do you like crazy rides? Do you like to stay overnight? If you answered yes to any of these, we have a program for you. Spend the night at the Cosmosphere doing hands-on activities, checking out the stars and finding out what happens in Dr. Goddard’s lab. There is an Interest Project Award in this, too! That’s only part of the activities; the next day you finish up and eat out and do a little shopping in time for Christmas. Sound like fun? Come check it out. When/Where: Saturday through Sunday Dec. 13-14, 2008 Code: 1-COS Check-in: Saturday, Noon (tentative) Kansas Cosmosphere 1100 N. Plum, Hutchinson Cost: $85 per girl; $35 per adult Reservation Deadline: November 12, 2008 Capacity: 80 girl maximum, 20 girl minimum; 20 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Additional Information: Fee covers three to four meals, snacks and Interest Project Award. Confirmation letter will be sent upon receipt of reservation and payment. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 Estes Park Hey Sixth Graders! This one is just for you! Discover yourself as you venture out on your own without your troop. This event is for girls who like to try new things including: swimming; roller-skating; hiking; sightseeing, shopping and horseback riding. Connect with other sixth graders to make it a great time. Space is limited! We will be accepting applications for drivers and health supervisor. Girls and drivers will be placed first. Learn about responsibility and develop your leadership and team building skills. When/Where: Friday through Sunday May 8-10, 2009 Code: 1-ESP Departure is Friday 9 a.m. in Saint Francis Estes Park, Colorado Cost: $130 per girl; $120 per driver Cost does not include horseback riding. Reservation Deadline: January 15, 2009 Capacity: 54 girl maximum, 24 girl minimum; 12 adult maximum, 5 adult minimum Additional Information: This trip is designed for sixth grade Girl Scouts. Sleeping facilities are available for girls traveling long distances. Applications accepted for adult drivers and health supervisor. Girls and drivers will be placed first. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 – 25 –
  28. 28. Girl Scout Ambassador Programs Snap Shot Scavenger Hunt Overnight Enjoy this holiday break with other Girl Scout Ambassador’s while you learn about “Your Voice, Your World” Power of Advocacy Ambassador Leadership Journey and have fun participating in a photo scavenger hunt. When/Where: Monday through Tuesday, Dec. 29-30, 2008 Code: 3-SSS Amend Girl Scout Center 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Cost: $15 per girl Reservation Deadline: December 20, 2008 Capacity: 20 girl maximum, 8 girl minimum; 4 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum Contact: Linda Jones, Emporia (620) 342-4532 WorkshopsforGirlScoutCadette,SeniorandAmbassador Gold Award Orientation Are you interested in earning the highest award in Girl Scouts? This workshop provides the information needed to complete the Girl Scout Gold Award. When/Where: Wichita Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008 Code: 4-GAO 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita LaCrosse Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008 Code: 1-GAO 12:30 to 2 p.m. LaCrosse City Auditorium 417 Main St., LaCrosse Cost: $6 Reservation Deadline: September 10, 2008 Capacity: Wichita – 40 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum LaCrosse – 20 girl maximum, 2 girl minimum Additional Information: Fee covers the “Go For It” Gold Award Packet Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531; Virginia Jacobs, Hays (785) 625-5671 – 26 –
  29. 29. WorkshopsforGirlScoutCadette,SeniorandAmbassador Silver Award Orientation This workshop provides the information needed to complete the Girl Scout Silver Award. When/Where: Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008 Code: 4-SAO 6 to 7 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington, Wichita Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: September 10, 2008 Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 15 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Destination Orientation Does traveling nationally and internationally to learn about different cultures or trying something new interest you? You do not want to miss this workshop; learn about Girl Scouts of the USA destination locations, application process and more. When/Where: Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008 Code: 4-DOO 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: September 15, 2008 Capacity: 40 girl/adult maximum, 10 girl/adult minimum Contact: Angela Stateler, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 27 –
  30. 30. Training Opportunities for Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Basic Program Aide First of three trainings required for girls who would like to be a Program Aide during summer camp and help out with their local Girl Scout troops. They will identify their own strengths and weaknesses, apply girl-driven learning techniques, gain a basic knowledge of presentation methods and learn communication skills. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008 Code: 4-BPA Monday, Feb. 2, 2009 Code: 4-BPB Thursday, April 9, 2009 Code: 4-BPC 6 to 9 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Cost: $7 per girl Reservation Deadline: October 28, 2008; January 19, 2009; April 2, 2009 Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Troop Program Aide Second of three trainings required for girls who would like to be a Program Aide during summer camp and help out with their local troops. Girls will gain the skills necessary to be an all-around helper for a Daisy, Brownie or Junior Girl Scout troop. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008 Code: 4-TPA Monday, Feb. 9, 2009 Code: 4-TPB Thursday, April 16, 2009 Code: 4-TPC 6 to 9 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Cost: $7 per girl Reservation Deadline: October 28, 2008; January 19, 2009; April 2, 2009 Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 28 –
  31. 31. Training Opportunities for Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Basic Program Aide and Troop Program Aide Overnight Complete Basic and Troop Program Aide training during this two day session. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: March 18-19, 2009 Code: 4-BTPA Check-in: Wednesday 9 a.m. Check-out: Thursday 6 p.m. Starwoods Outdoor Center 7800 E. 103rd St. W., Clearwater Cost: $20 per girl Reservation Deadline: March 11, 2009 Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Additional Information: Includes training materials and meals. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Program Aide Training for Festival of Giving If you would like to help out at Festival of Giving, and this is your first time; you need to sign up for training. You will learn the roles of Festival of Giving and expectations. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: Saturday, Dec. 11, 2008 Code: 4504 7 to 8:30 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: December 3, 2008 Capacity: 50 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 29 –
  32. 32. Training Opportunities for Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Peer Leadership Training This course is required to become a Camp Skills Leader (CSL) at day camp, Museum Leader-in-Training, Mission Specialist or Special Event Program Aide. Girls will learn to identify personal traits and leadership styles, methods to get a group to work as a team, learn basic presentation techniques and a basic under- standing of girls’ learning styles. Who: Senior, Ambassador When/Where: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 Code: 847 Monday, April 6, 2009 Code: 950 6 to 8 p.m. Girl Scout Center 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Cost: $5 Reservation Deadline: March 11, 2009; March 30, 2009 Capacity: 40 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Teen Outdoor Training Last of three trainings required for girls who would like to be a Program Aide during summer camp. Girls will gain the outdoor skills necessary to help with summer camp. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: May 9-10, 2009 Code: 947 Check-in: Saturday 2 p.m. Check-out: Sunday 10 a.m. Camp Four Winds 9236 S.E. Quivira Rd., Leon Cost: $15 Reservation Deadline: May 1, 2009 Capacity: 25 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 30 –
  33. 33. Leadership Opportunities for Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Haunted Stroll Spook Masters A favorite event among teen Girl Scouts, the Haunted Stroll provides an excellent opportunity for putting creativity and leadership into action. Whether it be leading an activity along the not-so-scary Pumpkin Hollow Trail or spooking Junior Girl Scouts along the Boo Bash Trail, teen Girl Scouts are sure to have a great time. Teens are also needed to assist with concessions and parking. Once they have done all the scaring they can do, we will do our best to scare them on a Haunted Stroll designed with them in mind. Spook Masters and their leaders will also have the option of staying the night at Starwoods free of charge. All groups planning to participate in this event will need to plan on at least one teen representative and adult leader from their group attending an event orientation scheduled for Thursday, October 2, 6 p.m. at the Starwoods Lodge. When registering, please indicate in order of preference, the top three leadership opportunities your troop would like to participate in: Pumpkin Hollow Trail, Boo Bash Trail, Concessions and parking. When/Where: October 25, 2008 Code: 4637 Starwoods Outdoor Center 7800 E. 103rd St. W., Clearwater Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: September 26, 2008 Additional Information: Confirmation letter will be sent to troop leader. Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Old Fashion Cowtown Christmas Museum Interpreter Troops can sign up to help re-enact life in the 1870’s. The girls will go caroling, bake cookies, string popcorn and help celebrate the Christmas spirit. Help celebrate our 50th anniversary year with Old Cowtown. When/Where: Friday, Dec. 5, 2008 Code: 6016 Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008 Code: 6017 Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 Code: 6020 Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008 Code: 6018 5:30 to 9 p.m. Old Cowtown Museum 1865 W. Museum Blvd., Wichita Cost: Free Reservation Deadline: November 26, 2008 Capacity: 30 girl maximum, 10 girl minimum; 5 adult maximum, 2 adult minimum per session Additional Information: Girl Scout Juniors may also participate as Old Cowtown Interpreters. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 31 –
  34. 34. Leadership Opportunities for Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Program Aide for Festival of Giving Program Aides for Festival of Giving help with set-up, costume characters, gift shuttle, food bank and more. Who: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador When/Where: Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008 Session A: 7:30 to 10 a.m. Code: 4-FGA Session B: 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Code: 4-FGB Session C: 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Code: 4-FGC Century II Exhibition Hall 225 W. Douglas, Wichita Reservation Deadline: December 3, 2008 Capacity: 70 girl maximum per session Additional Information: Wear Girl Scout Uniform or Girl Scout t-shirt and khaki pants with comfortable shoes. If working session C bring money to purchase lunch at the concession stand. Sack lunches not permitted. Contact: Mary Wilson, Wichita (316) 684-6531 Program Opportunity for Leaders Leader Retreat Leaders will have the opportunity to network with other leaders and participate in workshops which include: arts and crafts; songs; hands-on experience using equipment available at Starwoods Outdoor Center; travel and destinations and more. When/Where: September 26-28, 2008 Code: 4-LR Check-in: Friday 6:30 to 10 p.m. Check-out: Sunday 11 a.m. Starwoods Outdoor Center 7800 E. 103rd St. W., Clearwater Cost: $45 Reservation Deadline: September 19, 2008 Capacity: 150 adult maximum, 30 adult minimum Additional Information: Cost includes participation in five workshops, meals and a patch. Confirmation letter will be sent. Contact: Melissa Loibl, Wichita (316) 684-6531 – 32 –
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