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  1. 1. 360 Lexington RoadWichita, KS 67218www.kansasgirlscouts.orgGSKH Annual MeetingSave the Date!April 30 SHOUT OUT April and May 2011 (Left to Right) Loretta Stukey, Cheyenne Campbell, Bridging from Daisies to Brownies? Tracy Milam, Pam May, Courtney May and Brownies to Juniors? Brooklynn Milam enjoy the Thin Mint Sprint! Juniors to Cadettes? Cadettes to Seniors? Thin Mint Sprint Emporia celebrates 99th Birthday of Seniors to Ambassadors? Girl Scouting by Getting Active! Bridging Kits are now available in the the ceremony. Bridging Kits are $10 each. Council Shops; the kit contains all the The Council Shops will be open on 116 runners and walkers braved the chilly (but sunny) and community members of all ages ran, walked and must-have items for your ceremony. Saturdays, April 2 and May 7, from 9 a.m. to weather at the Thin Mint Sprint 5K and One Mile Fun Run/ strolled through the streets of Emporia to support the 1 p.m. for your shopping needs and end-of- Each kit includes a bridging patch, Walk at Emporia State University on March 5. There was premier leadership organization for girls—Girl Scouts! It’s year ceremonies. membership star & disc, one Girl Scout even a sleep-in option for those who wanted to support not too early to start training for next year’s race! Leadership Journey book of your choice Don’t forget! You can now shop online at and a certificate to present to each girl at shop.kansasgirlscouts.org! Girl Scouts, but enjoy their warm, cozy beds. Girl Scouts - Volunteer Appreciation Wichita Hays, Salina, Emporia, - Annual Meeting Girl Scout Mon: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Garden City: All Shops will be open Saturdays, April 2 and - Summer Camp Shop Hours Tues-Fri: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Bridging Kits
  2. 2. Girls’ Guide to Girl Scouting Girl Scouts of the USA is pleased to in Girl Scouting, including information announce a new resource for girls for each grade level about awards, to be released in the fall of 2011. The legacy badges, journeys, financial Girls’ Guide to Girl Scouting will be literacy and the cookie program. the new go-to resource for all things Watch for more info to come! Join us for AnnualGirl Scout Volunteers Make it Possible Girl Scouts of Meeting 2011Volunteer Appreciation Events Kansas Heartland Board of Directors All girl and adult members are invited to attend the GirlApril is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we want to celebrate with you! Please join us at one Officers Scouts of Kansas Heartland Annual Meeting from 10of the following locations as we celebrate your contributions. Allison Ochoa, Chair Cindy Hoover, a.m. to 12 p.m. in one of the following locations. We’ll be First Vice Chair conducting the meeting in several locations via video Angelica Castillo, and telephone conferencing, so come find out the “state Emporia Garden City Wichita Second Vice Chair of the council” and celebrate another great year of Terri Schmitz, Secretary Girl Scouting with us! Shelley L. Hunt, Treasurer Tuesday, April 12 Saturday, April 16 Saturday, April 16 For more information, contact: (888) 472-3683 6 to 9 p.m. 1 to 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Members At Large Barbara Beran, Hays Sue Dieckhoff, Salina Amend Girl Scout Center, Trinity Lutheran Church, Wichita Girl Scout Center, Beth Eckert, Parsons 1010 Fleming, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Neodesha Garden City Hays Emporia 1200 Burlingame Rd., Martha Fee, Hutchinson Garden City Wichita 110 S. Main, St. 600 Girl Scout House Girl Scout Center, Girl Scout Office, Amend Girl Scout Emporia Kristi Fowler, McPherson Karin Gillette, Hutchinson (High Touch, Inc.) 223 N. 5th 114 W. Grant Ave. 2707 Vine St., Ste. 8 Center, 1200 RSVP by April 8 to Tina RSVP by April 8 to Ginger Betty Greer, Garden City Burlingame Rd. The Girl Scout European Kendall at (620) 276-7061 or Durall at (316) 684-6531, Elaine Hudson, Parsons Adventure group is tkendall@gskh.org ext. 523 or gdurall@gskh.org Arnold Hudspeth, Wichita providing the meal as a Candy Johnson, Emporia money-earning project. A suggested donation of Meat, drink and dessert will be provided by GSKH. Please Don Keller, Hutchinson Megan Monsour, Wichita Summer Adventure Right Around the Corner $5 is appreciated. bring a complimentary side Lorna Nelson, McPherson dish to share. Deborah Sauer, Wichita What Did You Do Today? Take a kayak trip? Spend RSVP by April 11 to Angela Joan Wagner, Kechi the weekend with your dad? Bring your creativity to life? Cheever at (620) 342-4532 Sharon Woods, Council Grove or acheever@gskh.org Learn about frontier life or seek out slimy creatures? Girl CEO Scouts of Kansas Heartland is excited to bring a wide Shelly Chenoweth variety of summer programs to you. By now, you’ve probably already had a chance to check out our summer program guide (also available online atSend story ideas, photos Published by Girl Scouts kansasgirlscouts.org). Whether a first-time camper or aand comments to: of Kansas Heartland camp veteran, you can choose to stay close to home orCat Poland, Director of Communications Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland serves more venture further away. These opportunities will give youPhone: (316) 684-6531, ext. 518 than 16,000 girls and adults in 80 Kansas counties through its operational headquarters unforgettable memories. Don’t wait! Summer programFax: (316) 684-4141 in Wichita, Kan., and regional offices in Emporia, registration begins April 1.E-mail: cpoland@gskh.org Garden City, Hays and Salina.Mail: 360 Lexington Rd., All About You: We hope you will find this So, when someone asks, “what did you do today,”Wichita, Kan. 67218 newsletter useful and informative as well you’re sure to have an exciting answer. as a perfect place to “brag” about yourMission Statement: accomplishments.Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,confidence, and character, who Check Every three years, delegates and visitors gather to conduct the business of the National Council of the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). This year’s convention, held in Houston, November 10-13,make the world a better place. It Out! will launch the next 100 years of Girl Scouting. This will be a convention you will not want to miss.

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