Salina april may-2011

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Salina april may-2011

  1. 1. Salina Region Abilene Troop 20142 has a great cookie booth at Alco! Share your favorite cookie sale story from the 2011 sale! Did you reach your goal? 2nd row - Velia, Jolene, Lauren, Paige, Lindsay, Maisy, & Marissa. How much fun did you have Front row - Raegen, Bailey, Aisha, Makayla, & Maclaren at your cookie booth? We  Not pictured: Savannah & Sydney want to know your stories! Contact Sara Nettleingham atSalina Troop # 20905 Share the Love and Find Penny Power! snettleingham@gskh.org or (785) 827-3679Troop 20905, consisting of 14 third graders from Troop 20905 also took a field trip to Sunflower Bank Above: Kansas,Coronado Elementary and Salina Christian Academy, to earn their Penny Power patch. They learned about Michelle andspent an evening making Valentines and eating pizza safety deposit boxes, coin counting machines, counterfeit Savannah pose atduring a February event. The girls shared the Valentines money, and savings accounts. The girls were able to their cookie booth!they made along with candy with the residents of Sterling look and feel counterfeit money to see the difference Right: Cookie SalesHouse. Going door to door, they delivered 40 Valentines! between real and fake money. The bank shared popcorn is FUN! Troop 20142 members fromThe girls also spent time visiting with the residents and and cookies with the girls and the trip allowed the girls to Abilene do a cookiesang the Brownie Song. get a better idea of what happens after they turn in their dance and cheer! cookie money to their leader. Left: Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts Future Travel offer you the opportunity to venture out to see the United Opportunities States. In 2012 we will head to Savannah, Georgia to celebrate Our 100th Anniversary Is Right Do you have an interest in the 100th anniversary of Girl travel? Whether you have little Scouts. In 2013, you can help Around The Corner! travel experience or a lot, a new us decide to travel to Dallas or Girl Scout 100th Anniversary is less than a year away! adventure is waiting for you. Girl Chicago. In 2014 we will head to “Come right over! I’ve got In 2012 Girl Scouts of the USA will mark 100 years of Scouts of Kansas Heartland offers either New York City or California. something for the girls of inspiring girls and young women with the ideals of a progressive travel program Maybe you enjoy camping Savannah, and all America, courage, confidence and character. Millions of active Girl ranging from Girl Scout Juniors and spending time in the great traveling regionally to Girl Scout and all the world, and we’re Scouts, volunteers and alumnae will come together to outdoors. If so, you will not want Seniors and Ambassadors going to start it tonight!” celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting. Will you to miss adventure to either the traveling internationally. Appalachian Mountains or a return Girl Scouts Founder, Juliette Gordon Low, be one of them? phoning her cousin Nina Anderson Pape in 1912 Are you into extreme adventures? to Yellowstone National Park. Then we have what you are looking for with white water rafting, snow For more information on travel Brownie Elf’s trip to Rome! skiing and spelunking. opportunities, contact Virginia Salina Office: 3115 Enterprise Dr., Suite C, Salina, Kan. 67401 | (785) 827-3679 | (800) 888-0872 | Fax: (785) 827-6679 Jacobs at (885) 811-8832. Looking to go a little farther? To submit stories, contact: Sara Nettleingham at snettleingham@gskh.org or (785) 827-3679 These girl-decided, girl-led trips
  2. 2. For more information about any of the *events listed below, or to find more exciting events C A L E N D A R happening around the council, please visit kansasgirlscouts.org and click on “Events.” *Information subject to change. Please visit kansasgirlscouts.org/events or call your regional office for up-to-date information. Reservation Date Event Program Level Location Time Deadline APRIL We all know an exceptional woman…she is someone with whom we work, who belongs 2 Take Action Party - FREE EVENT! DBJCSAV The City Teen Center, 129 N. 7th, Salina 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. 4/2/11 to our club, or church, or sits next to us in 7:00 p.m. til 5 p.m. class. She uses her talents to benefit her 8 Outdoor Leadership for Older Girls CSA Camp Mary Dell, 1943 Indy Rd., Abilene 3/25/2011 community and enhance her chosen passion the following day 9 Outdoor Leadership V Camp Mary Dell, 1943 Indy Rd., Abilene 9:00 a.m.-4 p.m. 4/6/2011 or profession. You know this woman should 16 Outdoor Leadership 101 V Camp Kuck, Wilson, KS 10:00 a.m.-2 p.m. 4/13/2011 be recognized for all she does, as a woman of achievement and a role model. So…are you 16 Think Green, Live Green, Love Green BJ Lakewood Park, 250 Lakewood Dr., Salina 10:00 a.m.-2 p.m. 4/1/2011 ready to help make it happen? Please consider 30 Annual Meeting TBA TBA those women in Saline County you know who MAY have demonstrated leadership or exceptional 6 Young Women of Distinction TBA, Concordia, KS 6:30-7:30 p.m. 4/29/2011 talent and have obtained a significant level of 6 Older Girl Spring Congress Service, Auction CSA TBA, Concordia, KS 7:30-10 p.m. 4/29/2011 achievement within a career, educational or JUNE volunteer path. Depart and Return to Girl Scout Center, Salina; 7:00 a.m. thru 9:00 p.m. 1 Oh the Places We Will Go! JCSA 5/20/2011 Salina Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is proud Event in Kansas City the following day 10-11 Smoky Hills River Festival Face Painting CSA and adults Oakdale Park, Salina, KS Variety of shifts 5/30/2011 to announce the 2011 Women of Achievement recognition banquet. Twelve women in twelve Depart and Return to Girl Scout Center, Salina; 17 Of Pigs, Bears & Billy Goats BJ Event in Wichita 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 6/3/2011 categories will be honored, while all nominees will be recognized at a special dinner and event at the Salina Country Club on Thursday, April 7. D – Daisy, B – Brownie, C – Cadette, J – Junior, S – Senior, A – ambassador, V – Volunteer Keynote speaker will be Joan Wagnon, former mayor of Topeka, KS and former Secretary of Don’t forget to see the summer guide with all of your Girl Scouting events and opportunities for the summer! Revenue for the state of Kansas. We hope you can plan to join us on April 7! For more information or tickets to this event, call Sara at 785.827.3679Fearless Female!Girl Scouts participated in Fearless Special thanks to the following sponsors ofFemale at Barton County Community Women of Achievement:College on March 11th to learn self- Diamond Level: PKM Steeldefense and awareness from Cindy Category Sponsors: McCall Manor for YoungCoughenour and her Fearless and Woman of Achievement, Research ProductsFemale program. The girls also worked for Agriculture, Sunflower Bank for Businesswith Jackie Stiles, WNBA 2001 Rookie of and Industry, Paula Fried, Ph.D. for Creativethe Year, to sharpen their basketball skills and Performing Arts, Morrison Foundationand set goals for their future! for Volunteer Service, Salina Regional Health Foundation for Not-for-Profit, Connie Achterberg for The Professions, Carolyn Walker for Personal Achievement Printing Sponsor: Consolidated Printing

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