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Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Fall Program Guide August - December 2012

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table of contents Welcome Letter Fall Forum Dates /Volunteer Today Clusters Contact Information Cluster Map Girl Scout Shop Product Program (Fall Product, Cookie Sales) Getting Started National Program Portfolio Outcomes (Discover, Connect, Take Action) Awards (Bronze, Silver, Gold) It’s Your Story - Tell it! It’s Your Planet - Love it! It’s Your World - Change it! Outdoor Adventures Badge Events/ Series Bear Creek Aquatic Family Camp Forever Green/GS Day at Kentucky State Fair Festival of the Arts/ Belle of Louisville Cruise A Taste of Journeys Journey Program Boxes Programs at a Glance (Cluster Locator Guide) Community Resources Areas, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events Advertisers Pathways Registration Form

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Welcome Greetings! As you know, in celebration of our 100th anniversary, Girls Scouts has proclaimed 2012 as the Year of the Girl. As we begin our next century, we see this important milestone as a prime opportunity to focus on encouraging girls and helping them develop their extraordinary leadership potential. Each year nearly 7,000 volunteers throughout our 64-county service area mentor and work with girls to help them develop into young leaders with bright futures. Our volunteers are the very heart of Girl Scouting, and the driving force of our Girl Scout Leadership Experience programming. The proof of what Girl Scouting can do for girls is seen in the outcomes of a recent national Girl Scout alumnae study commissioned by GS USA. This research found that girls who take part in Girl Scouting go to college more than non-Girl Scouts. They ultimately earn more money, vote more often, and are also more involved with their communities. What’s even more compelling is that, for every measure of success the study evaluated, the numbers went totally off the chart among those who had stayed in Girl Scouting for at least three years. Together, we have a great success story to share about the impact and value of Girl Scouting. As we celebrate our 100th anniversary, there is no better time to share this story with those in our communities, schools, workplaces, and statehouses. The Year of the Girl is an ideal time to put girl leadership front and center as an issue that demands action. This is a time to call on organizations committed to the education and well-being of girls to create and administer programs that provide girls with leadership opportunities. It is a time to raise public awareness about the importance of instilling confidence in girls. It is a time to call on individuals, corporations and others to fund initiatives that address girls’ needs—to invest in our girls! We know that when girls succeed, society succeeds. We know, too, that at a time when our society faces significant challenges that call for teamwork and innovative solutions, we cannot afford to devalue or discount half our leadership talent pool. If women continue to gain leadership roles at the same rate they have since winning the right to vote in 1920, they can be expected to catch up to men sometime in the 23rd century. Do we really want to tell today’s girls they will need to wait until the era in which Star Trek is set to reach their full leadership potential? We recognize that one girl can make a difference, and girls together can change the world. Imagine what an entire generation of girls will do, given the confidence, the skills and the experience they need to lead. Thank you for your time and devotion to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. Thank you for helping build girls of courage, confidence and character who make our world a better place. All my best, Lora Tucker Chief Executive Officer

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2012 Fall Forums Fall forums are held annually in all parts of the council to give adult members and girls ages 14 and older a chance to talk with council leadership. The council president, board members and CEO will attend the forums. We’d like for you to be there, too! Bring all your success stories, suggestions and great ideas! Please put one of the following dates on YOUR calendar for the fall. You may attend any forum that is convenient for you. 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm CDT Bowling Green/Caveland PLC - Tuesday, October 16 Owensboro/Pennyroyal PLC - Thursday, September 13 Paducah(TBA)- Monday, September 24 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm EDT Louisville/Metro PLC - Thursday, October 11 Elizabethtown/Heartland PLC - Tuesday, September 11 SALEM, IN – Thursday, October 18 (First Christian Church, Salem)

Volunteer with us Today!

Adult Volunteers are an important part of the Girl Scout experience. Volunteers offer the girls the chance to have an experience of a lifetime, making memories that will last a lifetime. As an adult volunteer, you will receive training to give you the tools you need to get started and continue to develop the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. You are surrounded by a supportive staff as well as over 7500 Girl Scout Volunteers. Thank you for joining this adventure to Build Girls of Courage, Confidence and Character who Make the World a Better Place. Our goal is to make sure that you receive the tools you need to be successful and deliver the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Whether you’re working with a Girl Scout Troop, or volunteering at Day Camp, we can help! We have 6 Pathways to start your volunteer Experience! With direct and indirect volunteer opportunities with girls! • Direct Service – Working with girls in one of the six Pathways • Camp – Explore the great outdoor s with a group of like-minded girls. Share your passion and unique talents with tomorrow’s outdoor enthusiasts • Events – Choose your favorite topics, and help girls unleash their potential. During half – to three – day events, you’ll interact with girls, excite their passions, and help them become their best selves • Series - Come share your passion with a focused group of girls who can’t wait to learn your skill or pursue your area of interest without a long-term commitment • Travel - Explore the world – or at least your corner of it – with a group of girls who need your help planning a trip, earning money and preparing themselves for the adventure of travel • Troop – You can share so much as the girls in your troop earn awards and badges, go on field trips, and learn from community leaders and experts about issues important to your community throughout the school year • Virtual – Coming soon! Interact online with girls and volunteers in a safe, secure environment • Indirect Service- Working with other adults to ensure that girls have meaningful opportunities • Facilitating or mentoring adults • Recruitment • Planning committee • Product Program • Special Events • Fundraising To start your journey today, please call 502-636-0900, or visit www.gskentuckiana.org. 5

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Learning Centers Director of Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) Director of Membership & Community Development Director of Volunteer Services Education / Collaborative Partnership Manager Program Registrar

Coordinators Angie Tinch Jennifer Chaney Cathy Parker Dana Young

Kristi Harrison Emily Zanitsch Karly Buckner Anita Johnson-Moore Cassandra Niece

Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) Membership & Community Development Volunteer Services Outdoor Program

270-215-2592 502-276-9730 502-716-7220 502-276-9728 502- 413-2853

270-872-0385 270-215-2593 270-495-4094 502-413-2851

Cluster One Paducah/ Bear Creek 711 Jefferson St Paducah, KY 42001 270-443-8704 888-771-5171 (toll free)

Owensboro/Pennyroyal 140 Salem Drive Owensboro, KY 42303 270-684-9481 888-771-5174 (toll free)

Hopkinsville Satelitte Office 1100 South Main St, Suite 8 Hopkinsville, KY 42240 270-887-9390 888-771-5171 (toll free)

Cluster Two Bowling Green/Caveland 901 Lehman Ave Suite 7 Bowling Green, KY 42101 270-842-8138 888-771-5172 (toll free)

Elizabethtown/Heartland 200 Sycamore Street Houchens Plaza Suite 124 Elizabethtown, KY 42701 270-769-5563 888-771-5173 (toll free)

Cluster Three & Four Louisville/Metro 2115 Lexington Road Louisville, KY 40206 502-636-0900 888-771-5170

Membership Specialist

Cluster One Cluster Two Cluster Three Cluster Four

Seymour Satellite Office 113 North Chestnut, Suite 204 Seymour, IN 47274 502-636-0900 888-771-5170

Janel Tate (Bear Creek) Angie Caldwell (Heartland) Stephanie Geddes (Louisville) Jacqueline Johnson (Louisville)

270-908-4651 270-872-0383 502-716-7225 502-276-9731

Volunteer Specialist Cluster One Cluster Two Cluster Three Cluster Four

Betsy Monroe (Bear Creek / Pennyroyal) VACANT (Caveland / Heartland) Jennifer Hill (Louisville) Alison Morris (Louisville)

GSLE (Program) Specialist Cluster One Cluster Two Cluster Three Cluster Four

Ashley Levine (Bear Creek / Pennyroyal) Felicia Bland (Caveland / Heartland) Christรก Whaley (Louisville) Terri Tock (Louisville)

270-908-4652 502-716-7224 502-413-2858 270-908-4656 270-495-4095 502-276-9733 502-276-9732

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VACANT (Pennyroyal) Jennifer Johnson (Caveland) DeShara Doub (Louisville) Meghan Dunlevy (Louisville)

270-495-4093 502-413-2852 502-413-2850

Kentuckiana Cluster Map

Customer Service Reps (CSR)

Cluster 1 Paducah/Bear Creek PLC Owensboro/Pennyroyal PLC

Elizabeth Cothran Melissa Pate

270-443-8704 ext 10111 270-684-9481 ext 10444

Cluster 2 Bowling Green/Caveland PLC Elizabethtown/Heartland PLC

Brenda Warren Chris Sherrard

270-842-8138 ext 16222 270-769-5563 ext 10333

Cluster 3 & 4 Louisville/Metro PLC Louisville/Metro PLC

Betty Krekel Patricia Lanham

502-636-0900 ext 39700 502-636-0900 ext 24300

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For all your Girl Scout merchandise needs, council shops are located in each of the easily accessible Program & Learning Centers across Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. Whenever you’re nearby, stop in to check out the complete line of uniforms, badges, books and gifts for all Girl Scout levels. Plus, you’ll find a wide array fun items for girls and specialty outdoor items for camp. We also offer gift certificates in any amount for those special occasions! Can’t make it into one of our Council Shops? Not a problem! Shop online at http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Shop.aspx or feel free to contact any one of our council shops to place your order via phone, fax or email and we will be happy to ship your order directly to you or have it ready for you to pick up. You can also place your order online and mark it to pick up at any office. Seasonal hours will be posted on the shop home page. Also check our shop home page for our monthly online special. Please support your local Girl Scouts by purchasing all of your Girl Scout merchandise from Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. Proceeds from shop sales go directly to our girls and their programs.

PLC Shop Hours

closed Tuesday-Friday 1:00pm-2:00pm for lunch Note: Louisville PLC Shop is open during lunch Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Closed Closed 10:00am-7:00pm 8:30am-5:00pm 10:00am-7:00pm 8:30am-5:00pm 10:00am-2:00pm

Girl Scout Shop Contact Information Paducah/Bear Creek

Bowling Green/Caveland Elizabethtown/Heartland Louisville/Metro Owensboro/Pennyroyal

270-443-8704 270-842-8138 270-769-5563 502-636-0900 270-684-9481

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888-771-5171 888-771-5172 888-771-5173 888-771-5170 888-771-5174

2012-2013 Product Program Much more than a way to raise money, the Fall Product and Cookie Programs are hands-on leadership and entrepreneurial programs. Here are a few examples of how participating in the Cookie Program teaches Girl Scouts skills that will help them grow into leaders in their own lives, leaders in business and leaders in the world: 1. Goal Setting Your Girl Scout sets Fall Product and Cookie sales goals individually and with her team, creates a plan to reach them, and develops cooperation and team building skills all along the way! 2. Decision-Making Your Girl Scout helps decide how her team will spend their Fall Product and Cookie money, furthering her critical thinking and problem solving skills that will help her in many aspects of her life. 3. Money Management Your Girl Scout takes Fall Product and Cookie orders, handles customers’ money and gains valuable and practical life skills around financial literacy. 4. People Skills Your Girl Scout learns how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people while selling Fall Product and Cookies. These experiences help her develop healthy relationship and conflict resolution skills she can use throughout her life. 5. Business Ethics Your Girl Scout is honest and responsible at every step of the Girl Scout Fall Product and Cookie Program. Her business ethics here reinforce the positive values she is developing as a Girl Scout. IMPORTANT DATES: The Fall Product Program begins October 1st. The Cookie Program begins January 1st.

Fall Product & Cookie Program Contact Information Karen Smallwood Brady DeLuca Manager of Product Sales Product Sales Specialist 502-716-7229 502-276-9727 888-771-5170 888-771-5170 ksmallwood@gskentukciana.org bdeluca@gskentukciana.org 9

Registration will not be accepted after the deadline. Getting Started

Registrations received in the mail or in person at a local Program & Learning Center (PLC) will receive an email confirmation once the registration has been processed. Note to mail or walk in registrations: if the program is full, you will be notified and either offered an alternate date or issued a refund. Online registrations are made in real time and therefore you will immediately receive confirmation notification.

The purpose of this Program Guide is to offer Pathways to girls in troops or individual girls in the Kentuckian Council. Up-to-date information of programs listed in the Program Guide can be found on the council website: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/ Events.aspx.

Please register for Events, Camp, Series and Travel responsibly. Capacity is limited for all, so please be mindful that your reserved space may take an opportunity away from someone else.

The Program Guide is divided into Journeys; It’s your Story - Tell It!, It’s Your Planet- Love It!, It’s Your World Only the number of persons accounted for on your – Change it! Each Journey is sectioned into Pathregistration form - girls and adults -will be allowed to ways; Events, Series, Camp and Travel. attend. Space, staffing and materials are prepared in advance for the number of people registered. Programs are open to all registered Girl Scouts; any troop or individual willing to travel is welcome Please check Volunteer Essentials (VE) and Safety to participate in any program offered outside their home cluster. However, the council does not provide Activity Checkpoints (SAC) for the correct girl/adult ratios for your grade level. Leaders are responsible transportation unless otherwise noted. for maintaining the correct girl/adult ratios and meeting other VE/SAC guidelines. Please make sure General Information New this year!!!! Programs, Events, Camp and Series you have your girls’ health records with you when you attend programs. Seniors and Ambassadors registration with payment will be online at gskenmay attend events without a chaperone, but must tuckiana.org Troops, groups and individual Girl Scouts can sign up bring a completed health history and permission for any Event, Camp, Series and Travel provided they form with them. meet the Girl Scout grade level requirement.

Adults are to serve as leaders/chaperones, not as participants at Events, Camp, Series and Travel Pathways.

Girls who are not currently registered Girl Scouts may attend Girl Scout programs by paying the $24 membership fee in addition to any program costs. A completed Girl Scout registration form must accompany the program registration form. Girls bridging to the next grade level can participate in programs for their next level to satisfy bridging requirements.

All adults chaperoning overnight events MUST be registered as a Girl Scout member and have a completed Volunteer Application (RS# 503) on file at the Louisville Program Learning Center before attending the event. Please allow at least 3 weeks for the application to be processed.

Programs fill up quickly, so please register early. Advance registration is required for all Events, Camp, Series and Travel. Money will not be accepted at the door.

Financial Aid A completed Financial Assistance Request form (RS #526) must be completed before any financial assistance is considered. Financial aissistance

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is granted on a sliding scale. Each girl and adult is expected to pay a portion of the fee. A detailed copy of the financial assistance can be found on the Girl Scout of Kentuckiana (GSK) website. Please note a limited amount of funds are available for financial assistance. Please allow at least 30 days for your financial assistance to be processed. A confirmation will be sent via email of your financial assistance status prior to the program, Event, Camp, Series and Travel. NOTE: If financial assistance is given to a person and the person “no shows” for that Event, Camp, Series and Travel, that person/parent will be expected to repay the amount of the financial assistance within 30 days to the council. NO EXCEPTIONS! Inclement Weather In the event of inclement weather, a decision to hold or cancel an event will be made at least four hours before the scheduled start time. The contact person on the registration form will be notified by email, phone or text if a program is to be cancelled. A notification will also be posted on the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana website. You may also check the websites of local television stations for cancellations.

REGISTRATION: Registration, unless otherwise noted; will be accepted online, walk in to your local Program & Learning Center or mailed to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Council Program Registrar. Payment must accompany all registrations. Walk-ins and mailed registrations will receive an email confirmation ONLY after the registration has been processed. Note walk in and mailed registrations may take up to 24 hours to process.

Refund Policy Refunds will be issued if a program is cancelled by GSK. In the event of an illness or family emergency; only with written documentation will a refund be issued. All refund requests must be submitted in advance. There are NO refunds for “no shows.” In the event of weather related cancellations, troops will be offered the rescheduled date.

Online registrations will receive confirmation upon completion of registration. All registrations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Online: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Events.aspx. Walk in: Bring completed form with payment to your local Program Learning Center (PLC) Mail: Girl Scouts Kentuckiana Program Registrar 2115 Lexington Road Louisville, KY 40206

Tagalongs Please plan to make other arrangements for tagalongs. Tagalongs are any child under 18 not the designated age for the Program, Event, Camp or Series (infants, toddlers, older or younger siblings including Girl Scouts - are all considered tagalongs.) Tagalongs are not permitted at most Girl Scout programs, and adults who bring them will be asked to remain outside the program, unless event is listed as “family friendly”.

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The National Program Portfolio has two main parts – the National Leadership Journeys and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. Complemented by the Girl Scout Cookie program, Girl Scout travel and Girl Scout awards, the National Program Portfolio is designed to help girls develop as leaders and build confidence by learning new skills. It also ensures that Girl Scouts at every level are sharing a powerful, national experience—girls together changing the world! There are three different Leadership Journeys series – It’s Your Story – Tell It!, It’s Your Planet – Love It! and It’s Your World – Change It! Each series has separate books and awards for each grade level and a corresponding adult guide. The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting is where girls (and adults) can find exciting new badges, the 100th Anniversary handbook, information on bridging and Bronze/Silver/Gold Awards, Girl Scout history, tradition and much more! Check out the Journey Maps and resources for everything you need to know to plan your Girl Scout year and tips on using the Journeys and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting together!

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The 15 Outcomes of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience Discover

1. Girls develop a strong sense of self. 2. Girls develop positive values. 3. Girls gain practical life skills. 4. Girls seek challenges in the world. 5. Girls develop critical thinking.

Connect

1. Girls develop healthy relationships. 2. Girls promote cooperation and team building. 3. Girls can resolve conflicts. 4. Girls advance diversity in a multicultural world. 5. Girls feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.

Take Action

1. Girls can identify community needs. 2. Girls are resourceful problem solvers. 3. Girls advocate for themselves and others, globally and locally. 4. Girls educate and inspire others to act. 5. Girls feel empowered to make a difference in the world.

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Bronze Award Welcome to the Girl Scout Bronze Award, a leadership adventure and the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. As you and your team plan and complete your project, you’ll develop more confidence, meet new people, and have the kind of fun that happens when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference. Bronze Award Requirements: Fulfilling the requirements for the Girl Scout Bronze Award starts with completing one Girl Scout Junior Journey. Each Journey you complete gives you the skills you need to plan and implement your Take Action project. When you go for the Bronze Award, you represent what Girl Scouts can achieve in their communities. And, of course, you want to do that in a way that’s fun for you—and for everyone else involved, too! Earning the Girl Scout Bronze Award involves completing a Journey, and then a suggested minimum of 20 hours building your team, exploring your community, choosing your project, planning it, putting your plan in motion, and spreading the word about your project. The suggested hours help you think about your commitment to doing your very best with each step. That’s different for every Girl Scout, so these hours aren’t a rule, just a friendly reminder. You’re a Girl Scout, which means you will earn your award with courage, confidence, and character and make a difference in the world around you! For more information on the Bronze Award, please refer to the Junior Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting or Resource Sheets 28 & 29. Please note: Bronze Awards are approved by your Bronze Award Advisor or troop leader. You are not required to submit paperwork to the council office. Once your award is complete, your Bronze Award pin may be purchased from the Girl Scout Shop. All Awardees are invited to attend the Older Girl Recognition Ceremony in your Cluster. Cluster 1 & 2 will be held on Sunday, May 5th at 2:00 pm. Cluster 3 & 4 will be held on Sunday, May 19th at 2:00 pm. For additional information contact: Contact your GSLE Cluster Specialist Cluster One Bear Creek/Pennyroyal Ashley Levine 270-908-4656 Cluster Two Caveland/Heartland Felicia Bland 270-495-4095 Cluster Three Louisville/Metro Angie Tinch 270-872-0385 Cluster Four Louisville/Metro VACANT

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Silver Award Have you ever looked around your neighborhood or school and wondered how you could make a change for the better? Going for the Girl Scout Silver Award—the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn—gives you the chance to show that you are a leader who is organized, determined, and dedicated to improving your community. Silver Award Requirements: Fulfilling the requirements for the Girl Scout Silver Award starts with completing one Girl Scout Cadette Journey. Each Journey you complete gives you the skills you need to plan and implement your Take Action project. After you have completed your Journey, 50 hours is the suggested minimum time for earning your Girl Scout Silver Award. These suggested hours are a guide. You can start by planning the time in chunks and dividing it up into steps. Please see Resource Sheets #22, 22b, & 23 for more detailed information on the Girl Scout Silver Award. Please note: Silver Award projects are approved by your Silver Award Advisor or Troop Leader. Once your advisor has approved your final report, please submit that report to the council office. These reports are due on March 1st. If you are interested in earning your Silver Award, your leader/advisor should attend training. This information can be found in the Adult Education Calendar. All Awardees are invited to attend the Older Girl Recognition Ceremony in your Cluster. Cluster 1 & 2 will be held on Sunday, May 5th at 2:00 pm. Cluster 3 & 4 will be held on Sunday, May 19th at 2:00 pm. For additional information contact: Contact your GSLE Cluster Specialist Cluster One Bear Creek/Pennyroyal Ashley Levine 270-908-4656 Cluster Two Caveland/Heartland Felicia Bland 270-495-4095 Cluster Three Louisville/Metro Angie Tinch 270-872-0385 Cluster Four Louisville/Metro VACANT

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Gold Award As a Girl Scout, you are part of the sisterhood of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, a global movement comprised of more than ten million girls worldwide who are using their talents to positively impact their communities. With your talent and passion, you too can make changes in your community that can reach people around the world. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award that Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors can earn. Since 1916, the Gold Award has stood for excellence and leadership for girls everywhere. Gold Award Requirements: Fulfilling the requirements for the Girl Scout Gold Award starts with completing two Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador Journeys or having earned the Silver Award and completing one Senior or Ambassador Journey. Each Journey you complete gives you the skills you need to plan and implement your Take Action project. After you have fulfilled the Journey(s) requirement, 80 hours is the suggested minimum hours for the next steps: identifying an issue, investigating it thoroughly, getting help and building a team, creating a plan, presenting your plan, gathering feedback, taking action and educating and inspiring others. Gold Award projects are typically challenging, large-scale projects that are innovative, engage others, and have a lasting impact on the targeted community with a plan for sustainability. The suggested minimum hours are not a rule; they are a guide for you to plan your time in achieving your goal. If you are interested in earning your gold award, your leader/advisor should attend training. This information can be found in the Adult Education Calendar. For more information on the guidelines and paperwork needed to submit a project proposal and final report please see Resource Sheet #37, 39, 39a, & 40. Gold Award deadlines are Sept. 1st and March 1st. Questions about your Gold Award Project can be emailed to the Gold Award Committee at goldaward@gskentuckiana.org. All Awardees are invited to attend the Older Girl Recognition Ceremony in your Cluster. Cluster 1 & 2 will be held on Sunday, May 5th at 2:00 pm. Cluster 3 & 4 will be held on Sunday, May 19th at 2:00 pm. For questions regarding your local cermoney contact your GSLE Cluster Specialist Cluster One Bear Creek/Pennyroyal Ashley Levine 270-908-4656 Cluster Two Caveland/Heartland Felicia Bland 270-495-4095 Cluster Three Louisville/Metro Angie Tinch 270-872-0385 Cluster Four VACANT

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EVENTS

aMuse Drama Workshop

Ages: Juniors Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1, 3, 4 Connect 2 Are you thinking about taking the aMUSE Journey? Check out this workshop for an exciting trip through dramatic activities based on the aMuse Journey. Girls will explore the many roles they can play in their lives when they bust stereotypes. They’ll love this opportunity to be “center stage” while they build confidence through role-playing activities! Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 10:00am-1:00pm Registration Deadline: September 21, 2012 Cost: $15.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Annie Get Your Gun

Ages: ALL (AUDITION) Showtimes Open to all Ages No Max Outcome(s): Discover 1,4, Connect 5 You will shine as you rehearse roles throughout the week with professional actors and directors to prepare for this musical. Girls gain confidence while participating in age-appropriate performing arts workshops led by local teaching artists including voice, dance, drama, costuming, and set design! If acting and set design isn’t for you, you can still participate by coming to a show time to see live theatre. Perfect opportunity if you are working on the aMUSE Journey! Location: PAC-John Hardin High School-Elizabethtown Audition Date: July 16, 2012 (contact PAC for audition & rehearsal times) Show times: September 7, 2012 3:00pm & 7:00pm September 16, 2012 3:00pm & 7:00pm Cost: Tickets are $10-$25, depending on seat location. Girl Scouts, leaders and families will receive a Girl Scout Discount of $5 off each ticket. (This will apply to Boy Scouts as well if you want to bring your brother!) REGISTRATION: Go to www.ThePac.net and enter “scout” in the discount code box. If you have trouble accessing the discount, contact Diane Hafer at 270-769-8837 Ext. 5 and she will process your tickets with discount.

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Building a Character

Ages: Junior Max 25 Outcome(s): Discover 3,5 Connect 2 Become Your Character! Most of us don’t practice becoming a different person very often. But when you step onto a stage, that’s exactly what you’re supposed to do! This workshop will show you how to “put on” another persona when you play a role. Get a chance to practice as you “try on” different roles to see which is the best fit. Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 6, 2012 Time: 10:00am-12:00 noon Registration Deadline: September 15, 2012 Cost: $12.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

International Girl’s Day

Ages: Brownies, Juniors Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1, 2, 3, Connect 1,2 Girls will join the Kappa Deltas and work on the Spatacular Me Badges. Girls will have mani/pedis, massages, make bath salts & facials. Enjoy an afternoon of pampering all while discovering what makes you special. Location: Kappa Delta Suites, Kentucky Wesleyan College Date: November 13, 2012 Time: 4:30pm-6:00pm Registration Deadline: October 23, 2012 Cost: $5.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Let’s Pretend

Ages: Brownie Max 60 Outcome(s): Discover 1,5 Connect 2,4 Movies, stories, television shows, songs, and dances are often based on “make-believe”. When you pretend to be someone or something you’re not, you are “acting”. In this action packed workshop, girls will go on stage to participate in fun activities to unleash their imagination and tell their stories! Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 5, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm Registration Deadline: September 15, 2012 Cost: $12.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Playing the Past

Ages: Juniors Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1, Connect 2,5 Girls will earn most of the requirements of the Playing the Past Badge. Girls will create a character from the colonial times, create a costume, act out what a day in the life would be like, and play a colonial game. Location: Market House Theatre, Paducah Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 1:00pm Registration Deadline: September 28, 2012 Cost: $8.00 per person REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Beautiful Butterflies Overnight

Ages: Brownies, Juniors Max 200 Outcome(s): Discover 5, Connect 2,5, Take Action 5 Join us for a night full of adventure as we discover the secrets behind the amazing Monarch butterfly. Observe butterfly specimens up close and start your own butterfly garden to attract butterflies at home! Become a Monarch ambassador by discovering what you can do to protect these threatened gems. To top it off, view a late-night showing of Flight of the Butterflies in the IMAX Theatre. All overnight adventures include a science demonstration, program activities, after-hours exhibit exploration, a flashlight scavenger hunt, an exclusive IMAX速 film, snack, breakfast, & admission to all Louisville Science Center permanent exhibits, 2nd day admission included Location: Louisville Science Center, 727 West Main St, Louisville, KY 40202 Date: November 3-4, 2012 Time: 6:00pm-9:00am Registration Deadline: October 13, 2012 Cost: $32.00 per person (girls & adults) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Bernheim Forest Girl Scout Discovery Days at Wilson Creek Ages: Brownies, Juniors Max 25 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,3, Connect 5, Take Action 5

The Stream Ecology and Restoration at Wilson Creek Program provides Girl Scouts the unique opportunity for hands-on study of stream ecology and restoration. Located deep in the natural areas of Bernheim Forest, Wilson Creek was straightened by humans sometime during the last 200 years to allow for more farmland. A decade ago, the stream was restored to its natural meandering channel and has since provided an experimental model for scientists to monitor and discover how to better protect our valuable water resources. In addition to exploring the history and ecology specific to Wilson Creek, scouts will also be provided with a historic overview of Kentucky’s water resources and will learn which factors contribute to the health of a stream habitat. Hands-on activities include stream channel comparisons, creek wading, fossil hunting, plant identification, and wildlife study, including the catching and release of aquatic species. Participants will likely get wet and should dress accordingly: sturdy shoes that attach to the feet are required (tennis shoes, sandals with straps, rain boots, etc.). A change of clothes is also recommended. Location: Bernheim Forest, 2499 Kentucky 245, Clermont, KY 40110 Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm Registration Deadline: September 22, 2012 Cost: $12.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

KaLightoscope Christmas Ages: ALL No Max Outcome(s): Connect 5

2012 will bring in even more MAGIC and WONDER for Christmas at the Galt House Hotel! Leading the way is the NEW Peppermint Express Kiddie Train! Kids can hop on and take a ride through the magical Candy Cane Forest. The Talking Tree, Mr. Sugar Pine, will spark the imagination and put a smile on your face. The unique and unrivaled KaLightoscope Attraction returns bringing with it, a massive landscape of larger-thanlife lighted interactive holiday luminaries. You’ll find the Snow Fairy Princess and her Castle inside the Christmas Village. Stroll through the village and take a peek inside the store windows to find the holiday mice busy at work. Location: Galt House Hotel, 140 N. Fourth Street, Louisville, KY Date: November 17, 2012 - January 2, 2013 (closed Thanksgiving & Christmas Day) Time: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 8:00pm Sunday 12:00noon-6:00pm Registration Contact Garrett Tellman 502-561-4021 or gtellman@galthotel.com Cost: $7.00 per girl / $7.00 per adult Ticket cost includes: •KaLightoscope Attraction •NEW Candy Cane Forest with Peppermint Express Kiddie Train •Christmas Village with Snow Fairy Castle Attraction •Learning Center •Mistletoe Marketplace

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Sky Overnight

Ages: Cadettes, Seniors Max 60 Outcome(s): Discover 1,4 Connect 5 Gossip Girl has nothing on the drama in the night sky! From love and betrayal to monsters and epic battles, get ready for the amazing stories of the constellations that girls can’t help but share with friends and family. Get up close and personal with black holes, super novas and stars during this exciting overnight - the weather is always perfect in the dome! Ties in with the SKY Badge for Seniors as well. Location: U of L, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium, Louisville, KY 40292 Date: November 3-4. 2012 Time: 7:00pm-9:00am Registration Deadline: October 13, 2012 Cost: $27.00 per girl/$21.00 per adult REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Snow Fairy PaLooza Ages: ALL No Max Outcome(s): Discover 1

Come celebrate Girl Scouts Day at the Galt House Hotel and enjoy an afternoon with the Snow Fairy Princess and Friends. This electrifying afternoon will consist of an educational filled day spending time with the Snow Fairy Princess herself along with a few of Santa’s personal elves and some other friends in addition to KaLightoscope Christmas. The unique and unrivaled KaLightoscope attraction is so spectacular; you’ll feel like a child when you wonder through a massive landscape of lighted holiday displays. Enjoy interactive and Magical luminaries handcrafted by Chinese artisans from Zigong, China. The KaLightoscope attraction can only be seen in the U.S. at Christmas at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY. Also, back by popular demand is the Christmas Village attraction featuring the Snow Fairy Castle. The Snow Fairy Princess will welcome you to her magical castle and enchanting Christmas Village. New in the Christmas Village this year is the Peppermint Express in the Candy Cane Forrest. Everyone from the young to young at heart will experience the excitement and festive fun when they step onto this Peppermint Pullman. Other parts of the attraction that this experience will include are the NEW Animated Christmas displays, Letters to Santa, the Learning Center, Winter Wonderland and Mistletoe Market Place. This is a special event offered only to the Girls Scouts and we have plenty of on-site parking. Put on your Fairy Princess Best for this will be a Christmas you will not forget. Make sure you book early for this new event because we are expected to sell out. Light snacks and lemonade will be provided. *We encourage princess costumes! Location: Galt House Hotel, 140 N. Fourth Street, Louisville, KY- Archibald Cochran Ballroom Date: December 9, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm Registration Contact Garrett Tellman 502-561-4021 or gtellman@galthotel.com Cost: $25.00 per girl

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Don’t forget to book your Snow Fairy PaLooza Overnight

To complete this magical experience, make sure you make reservation to have a fun-filled evening combining the Snow Fairy Princess PaLooza with overnight accommodations. Location: Galt House Hotel, 140 N. Fourth Street, Louisville, KY Check in - Saturday, December 8, 2012 3:00pm Check out - Sunday, December 9, 2012 12:00noon Cost: $45.00 per girl (must be 4 girls per room) To book a room contact Garrett Tellman 502-561-4021 or gtellman@galthotel.com

Upcycling Denim

Ages: Juniors Max 10 Outcome(s): Discover 3, Take Action 5 Bring an old pair of jeans and learn how to “upcycle”. Make coasters, a koozie, and tour the quilt museum looking for any upcycled materials. This activity goes toward earning the Get Moving Journey. Location: National Quilt Museum Time: 9:30am-11:30am Date: October 27, 2012 Registration Deadline: October 5, 2012 Cost: $10.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

WOW! Wonders of Water Workshop Ages: Brownies Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,4, Connect 5, Take Action 2

Brownies can come to the planetarium to explore the importance of water to Earth and life. Scouts will tour the universe and discover how unique the Earth is with its abundance of water, inspiring them to treasure and protect this precious resource. This two-hour program is packed full of engaging, hands-on activities that support this exciting Brownie Journey. Location: U of L, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium, Louisville, KY 40292 Time: 10:00am-12:00 noon Date: October 27, 2012 Registration Deadline: September 6, 2012 Date: January 26, 2013 Registration Deadline: January 5, 2012 Cost: $16.00 per girl / $8.00 per adult REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Ages: Junior Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,4 Connect1,2,5 Take Action 5 Girls will earn the Get Moving Journey as they build their skills as leaders who Energize, Investigate, and Innovate. They earn these three prestigious new leadership awards as they explore their own energy, the energy in their places and spaces (buildings), and the energy of getting from here to there (transportation). From their own paper-making experiment to making beads from newspapers and magazines to forming a “perpetual human motion machine,” Juniors will find that GET MOVING! is crammed full of energizing stuff to make and do! Location: Owensboro/Pennyroyal Program & Learning Center Date: September 27, October 11, 25, November 8 Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm Registration Deadline: September 6, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl (icludes Journey book & supplies) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

It’s Your World - Change it! EVENTS Clara’sTea Party

Ages: Daisies, Brownies No Max Outcome(s): Discover 2, Connect 5 Clara’s Tea Party is an opportunity to have tea and treats with the cast of The Nutcracker before the show. Location: PAC-John Hardin High School-Elizabethtown Date: December 15, 2012 Time: 12:00 noon Cost: $10.00 per person REGISTRATION: Go to www.ThePac.net to purchase tickets and enter “scout” in the discount code box. If you have trouble accessing the discount, contact Diane Hafer at 270-769-8837 Ext. 5 and she will process your tickets with discount. 23

Exploring the Daisy Flower Garden Ages: Daisies Max 25 Outcome(s): Discover 2, 3 Connect 2

Go on a scavenger hunt to find all the flowers in the flower garden at the Quilt Museum. Make a craft from your favorite flower. This goes towards earning your Welcome to Daisy Flower Journey. Location: National Quilt Museum Date: November 17, 2012 Time: 10:00am-11:30am Registration Deadline: October 26, 2012 Cost: $7.00 per girl (includes supplies, snack and museum tour) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

The Nutcracker

Ages: ALL No Max Outcome(s): Discover 2, Connect 5 The Nutcracker is a holiday fairy tale about a young girl, Clara, and her very favorite Christmas. Seeing the show live is a Holiday tradition for many families and your opportunity to see it locally. You can purchase tickets just for the show, or make it a full day with Clara’s Tea Party. Location: PAC-John Hardin High School-Elizabethtown Date: December 15 & 16, 2012 Time: 1:00pm, 3:00pm & 6:00pm Cost: Tickets are $10-$25, depends on seat location. Girl Scouts, leaders and families will receive a Girl Scout Discount of $5 off each ticket. (This will apply to Boy Scouts as well if you want to bring your brother!) REGISTRATION: Go to www.ThePac.net to purchase tickets and enter “scout” in the discount code box. If you have trouble accessing the discount, contact Diane Hafer at 270-769-8837 Ext. 5 and she will process your tickets with discount.

Red Riding Hood

Ages: Daisy, Brownie, Juniors, Cadettes (AUDITIONS) Showtimes Open to all Ages Max 25 Outcome(s) Discover 1,2,3, Connect 2, Take Action 5 You will shine as you rehearse roles throughout the week with professional actors and directors from Missoula Children’s Theatre, the country’s pre-eminent children’s theatre touring company. Girls gain confidence while participating in age-appropriate performing arts workshops led by local teaching artists including voice, dance, drama, costuming, and set design! If acting and set design isn’t for you, you can still participate by coming to a show time to see live theatre. The shows are open to all ages. Location: PAC-John Hardin High School-Elizabethtown Audition Date: August 13, 2012 (contact PAC for audition and rehearsals times)

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Cost: Tickets are $10-$25, depending on seat location. Girl Scouts, leaders and families will receive a Girl Scout Discount of $5 off each ticket. (This will apply to Boy Scouts as well if you want to bring your brother!) REGISTRATION: Go to www.ThePac.net to purchase tickets and enter “scout” in the discount code box. If you have trouble accessing the discount, contact Diane Hafer at 270-769-8837 Ext. 5 and she will process your tickets with discount.

Staying Fit for Juniors Ages: Juniors Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1,3

Learn different ways to stay fit, eat healthy, and have fun at the same time. Location: Madisonville YMCA Date: September 10, 2012 Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm

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Location: Jazzercise Paducah Date: November 3, 2012 Time: 11:00am-12:30pm Registration Deadline: October 12, 2012 Cost: $7.00 per girl (includes healthly snack) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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It’s Your World - Change it! aMaze

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Ages: Cadettes Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1, 2 Connect 1, 2 Join the Kappa Delta’s on a 4 week series as you take the Amaze Journey. Girls will learn that life is a maze of relationships and this journey has Girl Scout Cadettes maneuvering through all its twists and turns to find true friendships, plenty of confidence, and maybe even peace. Location: Kentucky Wesleyan College Dates: October 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2012 Time: 7:00pm-8:00pm Registration Deadline: September 19, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl (includes all supplies andJourney book) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Brownie Quest Series

Ages: Brownies Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,4, Connect 1,2, 5 , Take Action 5 Girls will earn the Brownie Quest Journey while interacting with other Brownies, discovering herself and values, learn about healthy living, and work on a project to make the world a better place. Location: Paducah/Bear Creek Program & Learning Center Dates: October 15, 29, November 12, 26, 2012 Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm Registration Deadline: September 24, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl (includes journey book and supplies) REGISTRATION:Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Daisy Flower Garden Series

Ages: Daisy Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,4, Connect 1,2, 5 , Take Action 5 Girls will earn the Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden Journey while interacting with other girls, exploring the Daisy Flower Garden, and will get the chance to making the world a better place. Location: Owensboro/Pennyroyal Program & Learning Center Dates: October 22, November 5, 19, & December 3, 2012 Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm Registration Deadline: October 1, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl (includes journey book and supplies) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar 26

Downhill Skiing

Ages: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Max 200 Outcome(s): Discover4,5 Connect 1,2 Have you ever wanted to learn how to ski? Are your already a skiier and want to expand your skills? Here is your chance! Join us for a special downhill skiing series. You’ll enjoy four fun-filled hours on the slopes each Friday night for five weeks. Each week, you will have a special Girl Scout one-hour group lesson, before you head out with your friends to practice your new skills. Cost includes a lift ticket, ski rental, and one hour lesson. Transportation is on your own. You must register by October 31st to take advantage of the reduce price. After October 31st, the cost will increase to $280. Location: Ski Paoli Peaks, Paoli, IN Date: January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 2013 Time: 6:00pm-10:00pm Registration Deadline: October 31, 2012 for discounted rate. Last day to register December 28, 2012 Cost: $160.00 before October 31, 2012 $280.00 November 1 -December 28, 2012 (includes ski rental) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Studio Portrait Photography

Ages: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors Max 12 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,3,4,5, Connect 5, Take Action 1,5 Help-Portrait is a community of photographers coming together across the world to use their photography skills to give back to their local community. Girls will learn the basics of photography, learn how to shoot portraits and then complete a final portrait shoot of Girl Scout families on November 17. Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Dates: Tuesdays, October 23, 30, November 6, 13, Saturday November 17, 2012 Registration Deadline: October 2, 2012 Time: Tuesdays 6:00pm-8:00pm Saturday TBD Cost: $75.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Outdoor Adventures Outdoor Adventure programs such as; Team Course, High Ropes, Climb On, Archery, Geocaching, Letterboxing, Kayaking and Caving can be scheduled as a troop event by contacting the Pathway Specialist/Camp Director, Dana Young 502-413-2851 or dyoung@gskentuckiana.org.

Archery

Ages: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1,4,5 Take Action 5 Archery is a great sport for girls; it builds confidence and coordination. All of the necessary equipment and trained volunteer instructors will be provided. Location: Camp Stem Date: September 22, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm Registration Deadline: August 31, 2012 Location: Camp Shantituck Date: November 3, 2012 Time: 9:00am-12:00 noon Registration Deadline: October 12, 2012 Cost: $15.00 per girl / $15.00 per participating adult REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Climb On!

Ages: Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors Max 15 Outcome(s): Discover 1,4,5 Connect 2,3 Take Action 2,5 Learn the ropes in this introduction to climbing. No experience is needed, because at this session you will learn basic knots and climbing techniques and then climb the rock wall. NOTE: Girls should wear sneakers and athletic pants that cover their knees. Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: EveryTuesday starting September 11-December 18, 2012 Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm Registration Deadline: one week prior to date of arrival Cost: $8.00 per girl/ $8.00 per participating adult REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Fall Camp

Ages: ALL Max 80 Outcome(s): Discover 1,2,3,4,5 Connect 1,2,3,4 Take Action 2,4,5 Come join us for our Fall Camp. Girls and adult leaders alike will be able to enjoy all that Camp Pennyroyal has to offer; canoeing, funkayaking, archery, teams course, archery, high ropes, arts and crafts, campfires, skits and much, much more. Snacks will be served Friday evening, with breakfast, lunch, dinner on Saturday and a breakfast Sunday morning. Note: Some activities have minimum age limits Location: Camp Pennyroyal Date: Friday, October 5 -Sunday, October 7, 2012 28

Time: Friday 6:00pm - Sunday 10:00am Registration Deadline: September 14, 2012 Cost: $60.00 per person REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Geocaching

Ages: Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1,3,4,5 Connect 3 Take Action 2,5 Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Girl and adult participants will learn how to set up accounts on www.geocaching.com and be able to geocache with their troops, family and friends. Location: Camp Shantituck Date: November 3, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm Registration Deadline: October 12, 2012 Cost: $10.00 per person REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

High Ropes Course

Ages: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1,4,5 Connect 2,3 Take Action 2,5 Challenge yourself to a high ropes experience. The high rope course allows for a unique experience at least 20 feet above the ground. The course is designed to enhance self-confidence, trust, and personal growth. Girls will participant on a series of elements to get the most out of their high ropes experience. NOTE: Girls should wear sneakers and athletic pants that cover their knees. Location: Camp Stem Date: September 22, 2012 Registration Deadline: September 1, 2012 Cost: $15.00 per person

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Letterboxing

Ages: Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 1,3,4,5 Connect 3 Take Action 2,5 Letterboxing is an intriguing pastime combining navigational skills and rubber stamp artistry in a charming “treasure hunt� style outdoor quest. A wide variety of adventures can be found to suit all ages and experience levels. Participants will make their own unique stamp and discover letterboxes throughout camp. Location: Camp Shantituck Date: November 3, 2012 Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm Registration Deadline: October 12, 2012 Cost: $10.00 per person REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar 29

America’s Next Top Girl Scout Ages: Seniors Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1, 3 Connect 2

Badge Events / Series

Be a model for a day! Learn basic skin care from Clinique professionals, creative hair styling, and natural make-up artistry. Even learn to “catwalk” down a runway during a mini-fashion show! See what colors and styles are best for you, how to accessorize and build your confidence. Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: November 3, 2012 Time: 10:00am -2:00pm Registration Deadline: October 12, 2012 Cost: $15.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Brownie Care

Ages: Brownies Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 4, Connect 5, Take Action 1,5 Brownies will join the Kappa Delta’s in making the world a better place. Explore basic human needs, and how to be a “philanthropist” a person who gives to people who need help. Girls will earn most of the requirements for the Philanthropy badge. All attendees must bring a canned good for the food drive. Location: Kappa Delta Suite at Kentucky Wesleyan College Date: September 25, 2012 Time: 4:30pm-6:30pm Registration Deadline: September 4, 2012 Cost: $7.00 per girl (includes patach & snack) REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Dino Dig

Ages: Daisies, Brownies, Juniors Max 100 Outcome(s): Discover 4, Connect 5 Become Junior Paleontologists while excavate and piece together a complete Tyrannosaurus Rex. Girls will also examine different fossils including “real” dinosaur poop. Daisies will earn the Courageous & Strong Petal while Brownies & Juniors earn some of the requirements of the Archaeology Badges. Location: Lone Oak Church of Christ, Paducah Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 10:00am-11:00am Registration Deadline: September 21, 2012 Cost: $ 12.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Girls Build Series

Ages: Cadette Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 2,3,4,5 Connect 2,5 Take Action 1,2,3,4,5 This program, offered through Habitat for Humanity, allows girls to explore and address issues related to the home. Through this series of five sessions, girls will learn about substandard housing, the importance of neighborhoods and homes. They will spend time focusing on how homes are actually built, giving them a basic understanding of the skills involved in home construction and how women can have successful careers in the construction industry. Other sessions will focus on buying and selling homes, the financial discipline required by home owners and Habitat for Humanity, and their role in making home ownership possible. Girls will conclude with a Take Action project of their own design. Girls are expected to attend all sessions to complete the series.

Girl Scout Night with the Hot Rods Ages: ALL Max Open Outcome(s): Discover 5, Connect 5

Girl Scouts are teaming up with the Hot Rods to bring you a night of fun! Enjoy pre-game activities that include various informational booths hosted by area business women who will be on hand to provide activities that will fulfill at least one requirement for legacy badges for all age levels. Girls will also participate in a flag ceremony during the National Anthem, followed by a post game sleepover (optional), with a movie on the big screen. All girls in attendance will also receive a goody bag and a souvenir Hot Rods necklace! Location: Hot Rods Stadium, Bowling Green Date: August 24, 2012 Time: 6:00pm-10:00pm Registration Deadline: August 3, 2012 Cost: $12.00 girl / $12.00 per adult REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Junior Cookology Series Ages: Juniors Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1,3 Connect 2

Join nutritionists & Food volunteers from the Calloway County Extension Office as you earn some of the requirements of the Simple Meals, Staying Fit, & Social Butterfly badges. Girls will explore cooking healthy meals and manners. Location: Calloway County Extension Office Date: October 16, 23, 30, November 6, 2012 Time: 4:30pm - 5:30pm Registration Deadline: September 25, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrarr

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Badge Events / Series

Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 20, November 17, December 15, 2012 January 19, February 16, 2013 Time: 9:30am-11:30am Registration Deadline: September 29, 2012 Cost: $25.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

National Girl Scout Cookie Sleepover Ages: ALL Multiple Locations Council Wide

The first ever National Girl Scout sleepover! Pull out your fuzzy slippers and sleeping bags and join Girl Scouts across the country for a brand new kind of cookie rally. Stream all the action to wherever girls are – living room, backyard, auditorium or anywhere with an internet connection. Date: January 12, 2013 Time: 7:30pm local time

Badge Events / Series

Snacks for Brownies Ages: Brownies Max 24 Outcome(s): Discover 3

Girls will earn most of the requirements of the Snacks Badge. Make a sweet snack, a savory snack, a smoothie, and even play a game. Location: McCracken County Extension Office Date: October 18, 2012 Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm Registration Deadline: September 27, 2012 Cost: $7.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Spa Day

Ages: Juniors, Cadettes Max 30 Outcome(s): Discover 1, 3, Connect 1 Learn to stress less using various techniques of basic yoga and focused breathing, meditating to music, journaling and self-massage. Learn to manage stress through time management and relaxation techniques. Unwind with a steam facial, natural face mask (we will make it), paraffin hand treatment, manicure and a mini-massage! Make your own stress ball and potpourri bag. NOTE: Please bring a beach towel, pillow, washcloth, sack lunch and drink. Please wear comfortable clothing Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: December 8, 2012 Time: 10:00am-1:00pm Registration Deadline: November 16, 2012 Cost: $15.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

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Write Your Own Play Ages: Cadette, Senior Max 20 Outcome(s): Discover 3, 4, 5

Ever wanted to try your hand a playwriting? This workshop is your chance! In just a few hours, you’ll create a short, two-person play and perfom it with other girls in the workshop. Whether you hope to write for the entertainment industry, write a novel, or simply write for fun, the professional writing tips you gain in this workshop will help propel your dreams. Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 20, 2012 Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Registration Deadline: September 28, 2012 Cost: $12.00 per girl REGISTRATION: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Registrar

Bear Creek Aquatic Family Camp Labor Day Weekend August 31-September 3, 2012

Join us for a fun-filled Labor Day weekend adventure, August 31-September 3. Bear Creek’s Family Camp is a chance for families to design their own camp adventures. Try swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, and archery. Make crafts, play games, hike, build sand castles, and sing around a blazing campfire. You can even take a pontoon boat ride around the lake! Special programs will be offered all weekend. Families can choose to participate in as much or as little as they please. Housing is provided in our open-air cabins and platform tents. Registration form available online at: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Pathways/Camp/Summer-Resident-Camp/Family-Camp.aspx Cost: $110 per person ages 5 and over. Children 4 and under free. Confirmation deposit: $25 per person Price includes all meals, lodging, insurance, program supplies, staffing and equipment.

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In 2010, Americans generated about 4.4 pounds of waste per person each day—totaling 250 million tons of waste that year. Make a difference! Join Girl Scouts around the globe by switching to reuseable bags and bottles and recycling aluminum cans. Register your results and take the Girl Scouts Forever Green Pledge at http://www.girlscouts.org/gsforevergreen/ Fun Fact: If 3 million Girl Scouts switch to using reusable bags and bottles and recycling their aluminum cans, 4.2 billion pounds of waste will be saved over the girls’ lifetime.

GIRL SCOUT DAYS KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 2012

 

Discount admission fees apply to Girl Scout troops booked and confirmed in advance only. This special discounted admission is $2.00 per girl or adult accompanying your troop. Girl Scout tickets may only be used by girls and their supervising adults. Any additional guests are subject to regular gate admission charges. An additional $8 parking fee per vehicle must be paid at KEC gates the day of your visit and should not be included in your pre-payment check. You must mail or fax the booking form by August 1st to allow ticket mailing time. After August 1st, call or email Lauren Beckley at (502) 367-5208 or lbeckley@ksfb.ky.gov to determine best late purchase options. Please make sure the email address you have included on your booking form is current and functioning. All correspondence will be handled through email correspondence, excluding your tickets and planning packet. Receipt of your booking form will be acknowledged as soon as possible. If a check does not accompany your booking form, you will be invoiced for the total admission fees for your group. This invoice must be paid in full by the deadline to receive tickets. Tickets will be mailed to indicated address (given on the form) after payment has been received. We will start mailing tickets in late July. A planning packet with maps and information will also be sent at this time. The State Fair is a large place with large crowds. Please schedule as many chaperones as possible. Adults must accompany girls at all times. Adults are expected to experience Fair exhibits and activities with their girls and remain accessible while on the grounds, should Fair staff need to locate them. Plan to divide the group according to the ratios listed below. Required adult-to-girl ratios: Daisy 2:3, Brownie 2:6, Juniors 2:8, Cadette 2:10, Senior / Ambassadors 2:10

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40th Annual Festival of the Arts November 10,2012

Presents a day of programs for Girl Scouts Daisies through Ambassadors! Come and enjoy the largest Girl Scout Arts Festival in the World!

Festival of the Arts is a very popular event, designed to help girls explore new areas of the Arts; offering local and national talent. Girls will get to participate in workshops where they will get hands on experience in cake decorating, hip hop dance, or play acting, tour local museums, and historical sites or learn silk screening,stone cutting and cartooning. For a complete listing go to: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Programs/Festival-of-the-Arts.aspx or pick up a brochure at your local PLC. Important Dates: First Draw: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Registration Closes: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Order t-shirts deadline: Friday, September 28, 2012

GSK 100th Anniversary Belle of Louisville Cruise

The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana invite Girl Scouts, their friends and family members on a 100th Anniversary Historic Steamboat Cruise on the Belle of Louisville! Open to the first 600 people to that register. Date: Thursday. August 16, 2012 Time: Check in 5:30pm Boarding 6:00pm Cruise 6:30pm-8:30pm Cost: Cruise Price (includes unlimted drinks) $9.00 per person; Children 3 and under free Box Dinner (optional) $6.00 per person; must be pre-order before the event REGISTRATION: Advanced registration is required. A copy of the registration form can be picked up at your local PLC or downloaded from the website at http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Portals/0/EventsPdfRegistration/bvfgyyyz.acgBelle-Cruise-Registration.pdf. For additional information contact Sharon Mathis Satterly at tikiathome@aol.com or Laura Goodman at lgoodman@gskentuckiana.org (502-636-0900/502-276-9729).

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A Taste of Journeys

What Journey are you taking??? Journeys are the GSUSA leadership development program; they are fully customizable to fit your girls’ interests and needs. The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting complements the Journeys and adds skill building elements to the program. Each month the council is offering a Taste of Journeys at a PLC near you. Join us as we explore options for each grade level. Leaders and girls are invited to sample a Journey from each Series: It’s Your WorldChange It, It’s Your Planet-Love It, and It’s Your Story Tell It. Girls will try activities from each, understand the theme of the book, and then choose which Journey to take. Journey books are available at your local GS Shop or online at http://shop.gskentuckiana.org/c-79-journeybooks-and-recognitions.aspx. Girl books are $7.42 and the adult guide/girl book combo is $15.90. Leaders must have an adult guide to lead the Journey. Taste of Journeys workshops are free to attend; but you must register in advance. A $10.00 no show fee will be billed to you if you register, and don’t show up. We can also offer a Taste of Journeys at the location of your choice for a $20.00 fee. Registration: Online at http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Events/Program-Calendar-List.aspx

All times are local time zones September

October

September 18th 6:00pm-7:00pm Pennyroyal PLC

Seniors/AMB

October 18th 6:00pm-7:00pm Bear Creek PLC

Brownies

September 20th 6:00pm-7:00pm Bear Creek PLC

Juniors

October 23rd 6:00pm-7:00pm Pennyroyal PLC

Juniors

September 20th Brownies 6:00pm-7:30 pm Camp Shantituck - Denham House

October 25th Brownies 6:00pm-7:30pm Camp Shantituck - Denham House

September 28th 6:30pm-8:00pm Caveland PLC

October 26th 6:00pm-7:30pm Heartland PLC

Brownies

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Daisies

November November 15th 6:00pm-7:00pm Bear Creek PLC

Daisies

November 15th Seniors/AMB Camp Shantituck - Denham House 6:00pm-7:00pm November 20th Pennyroyal PLC 6:00pm-7:00pm

Brownies

November 30th Heartland PLC 6:00pm-7:00pm

Brownies

December December 11th 6:00pm-7:00pm Pennyroyal PLC

Daisies

December 13th 6:00pm-7:00pm Bear Creek PLC

Seniors/AMB

December 13th Daisies 6:00pm-7:30 pm Louisville PLC-Troop House December 14th 6:30pm-8:00pm Caveland PLC

Seniors/AMB

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Journey Program Boxes Journey Program Boxes are available at your local Program & Learning Center to check out for a limited time; the due date is noted on each box. To reserve a journey box contact your local PLC. A replacement fee of $30.00 will be charged per day if the box is not returned by the due date. Journeys are the main Girl Scout resource. They are easy to use, include great activities and are fully customizable to fit your girls interests and needs. The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting complements the Journeys and adds additional fun to the program. The first half of the adult guide includes general Girl Scout and Journey topic information. The actual Journey activities start half way through the book (around page 20) with the sample sessions. This is where the fun begins! The girl book from the Journey is just that for the girls. It is very important to remember that the girl book does not always follow the Adult How to Guide. The actual Journey program is all in the adult guide. There are activities in the Adult How to Guide that sometimes focuses on certain pages of the girl book but the two books do not follow each other page by page. The girl book is designed for the girls to take home, read through, do the individual activities, etc. They should bring the book to meetings in case the meeting activities do focus on any of the group activities in the girl book.

DAISIES

It’s Your World - Change It! Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden A favorite pastime gardening meets the Girl Scout Law. The result is a storybook world of flowers and little girls who, together, do great things. Girl Scout Daisies will especially enjoy meeting the colorful, global characters who teach them to live the Girl Scout Law. •The Watering Can Award represents girls being ‘’responsible for what I say and do.’’ Girls earn the award by caring for their mini garden and beginning to understand how the Promise and Law play out in their daily lives. •The Golden Honey Bee Award represents taking action through a gardening effort for others to make the world a better place. The award is named for Honey, the bee who is one of the Daisy Flower Garden characters. •The Amazing Daisy Award represents knowing and living the Promise and Law, just like Amazing Daisy, the main character of the journey. •This award includes a background patch. It’s Your Planet - Love It! Between Earth and Sky Girl Scout Daisies join their flower friends for a cross country road trip in their special flower powered car! Daisies earn: •The Blue Bucket Award-girls become aware of their feelings and the feelings of those around them. •The Firefly Award-girls recognize and develop their skills and then choose a skill they will educate and inspire others about. •The Clover Award-girls team up to protect a natural treasure in their region. •This award includes a background patch It’s Your Story - Tell it! 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals The story telling theme of the newest Daisy Journey offers a fun and friendly way for girls to understand themselves and their potential. 3 Cheers for Animals! Invites girls to learn how much they can care for animals and for themselves.

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•Birdbath Award-Girls name one way they can care for animals and one way they can care for them selves. •Red Robin Award-Girls choose animal care tips to share with others and then tell this “story of animal care” in a creative way with a Red Robin Project. •Tula Award-Girls share with one another the good feelings they experienced as they taught others in their community about animal care. •This award includes a background patch.

BROWNIES

It’s Your World - Change It! Brownie Quest What is the most important keys for a Girl Scout to own? This Brownie Quest which has 2nd and 3rd graders traveling along two colorful trails, one they can enjoy on their own and one they explore with their Girl Scout group and answers that question in a special way. Along the Quest, Brownies will meet new friends and a bright and shining elf. The Adult How to Guide offers all the tips needed to create and maintain a sense of fun and mystery along the entire Quest. Brownies earn: •Discover Key-Brownies discover their special qualities and talents, values of the Girl Scout Law, and the special qualities and values of their families. •Connect Key-girls connect as a Brownie team, with their families on a healthy living activity and with their communities to increase healthy living opportunities. •Take Action Key-Girls identify a community place where they can Take Action, plan a Take Action project, and improve their world by carrying out their project. •Brownie Quest Award-This is the master lock that needs all 3 keys in order to open unlocking the meaning of leadership. •There is also a Leader in Action (LIA) award associated with this Journey. Cadette girls earn the LIA awards by helping out a Brownie troop. Brownies initiate the call for help to the Cadette girl. It’s Your Planet - Love It! The Wonders of Water As they dive in, the Brownies realize they can create another big WOW as they try out new ways of working as a team. Along the way, girls experience what it is like to live in areas where there is not enough water. They come to understand the right to clean water is so important to everyone on Earth. Brownies earn: •LOVE Water -This first award encourages girls to become aware of the many ways they use and enjoy water. •SAVE Water -The second award is earned when the Brownies team up and speak up as advocates to protect water or keep it clean in their community. •SHARE Water -Girls earn the third award as they create an even bigger ripple by sharing their efforts for water with others, educating and inspiring them to join in, and asking them to commit to a water promise. •WOW! -Girls culminate their journey by earning the WOW! Award, a grand finale that symbolizes the powerful change they’ve brought to their community. They earn the award by showing proof of their SHARE Water efforts, and by describing how their efforts relate to the Girl Scout Law and how they have had an impact as leaders. It’s Your Story - Tell it! A World of Girls Stories teach Brownies clues about how they can create a positive change in the world, change that affects girls. •Hear a Story Award-Girls see that stories hold clues for how to better the world. Brownies find a clue in a story that represents a change they can make in their world.

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•Change a Story Award-Girls realize they have the power to change things for the better. They act on a clue to change things for the better for girls in their world. •Tell A Story Award-Girls have the confidence and knowledge to educate and inspire others. They teach others about the change they created in their community and inspire their audience to support the change too. •Better World for Girls! Award-they understand that they belong to a large and far reaching world of girls. Girls use creative expression (of their choice) to show what it means to them to be part of a larger world of girls.

JUNIORS

It’s Your World - Change It! Agent of Change In this journey, there’s a whole spiral of it waiting for Girl Scout Juniors. The journey is filled with ceremonies and circles, real life heroines, and special new characters, including the fashion savvy spider named Dez. Along the way, girls learn how their own power combines into team power and then moves out to become community power. The journey’s centerpiece is a comic story of girl heroines who will inspire the Juniors as they take action to improve their own community. •The Power of One Award-girls will discover and share the powerful story of a forgotten woman or girl from around the world who mobilized others and made a difference, discover all the ways their own strengths and powers help them create change in the world, and discover what the Girl Scout Law and true ‘’heroines’’ have in common •The Power of Team Award-girls connect with their Girl Scout crew to create a ‘’super girl’’ story in which the characters take one small situation they care about and strive for long lasting community change. Girls will also make a team decision and write their team hopes for a Take Action Project that reaches into a community network to solve a problem together with community members •The Power of Community Award-girls take action on their plan, reach out, join others and get them involved, and start something that snowballs into a change in their world. Girls join in their Girl Scout Junior circle to reflect on what they accomplished and celebrate it. It’s Your Planet - Love It! Get Moving! Juniors build their skills as leaders who Energize, Investigate, and Innovate. They earn these three prestigious new leadership awards as they explore their own energy, the energy in their places and spaces (buildings), and the energy of getting from here to there (transportation). Juniors have a new comic story, “Vamos Ya!” to inspire their action (walking school bus anyone?) Dez, the fashionista spider, is also back to add some wit to the journey as she tries to figure out life “off the grid.” “How does this carbon footprint thing work?” she asks. “Do I get eight?” From their own paper making experiment to making beads from newspapers and magazines to forming a “perpetual human motion machine,” Juniors will find that GET MOVING! is crammed full of energizing stuff to make and do! Energize Award: Make an Energy Pledge to reduce their energy use in one or more ways Try at least two other Energize activities suggested along the journey Check out how other people are tackling energy issues •Investigate Award, girls connect with their Girl Scout crew to: Learn about energy use in their buildings Work with their families to make an energy improvement at home Investigate energy use in a community building and suggest ways to make it more energy efficient •Innovate Award: Identify an energy issue in the community, research it, create a plan, and carry it out, all the while reaching out to others to join in, too Share the news, reflect on what they accomplished, and celebrate it

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It’s Your Story - Tell it! aMUSE In aMUSE, Juniors gain an understanding of just how limitless their potential can be as they combine storytelling with the many roles, real and creative, that the world has to offer. Girls will have fun trying on roles and learning about people and the power of real life action and leadership. •Reach Out-Girls understand the many roles women and girls play in the world around them and the leadership skills used by to play them. They keep a Casting Call Log and do an interview or a panel discussion. •Speak Up!-Girls become aware of how stereotypes could hold themselves and others back from trying on roles, and they Take Action to help stop stereotypes. They complete 3 Speak Out! activities, and team up to choose a stereotype and create and tell a story to help stop it. •Try Out-girls have the courage and confidence to try out new roles. They keep a Role Call Log and choose and complete 2 other Try Out! activities listed in the Journey.

CADETTES

It’s Your World - Change It! aMAZE Girls learn smart ways to navigate life’s maze of relationships from first impressions, to stereotypes, cliques and conflicts, bullies to what makes a good leader. As girls maneuver all the twists and turns, they’ll find true friendships, plenty of confidence, and maybe even peace. •Interact Award-signifies that girls can advance peace in the world around them one interaction at a time. •Diplomat Award-a diplomat “possesses skill or tact in dealing with others.” Girls demonstrate that they can pass their relationship skills on to others through a Take Action Project. •Peacemaker Award-Each chapter of the girls’ book) and each session when you meet) ends with a “for Your Peacemaker Kit” reflection. Girls collect relationship “tools” they can use and pass on to others. This award is earned when girls review all their tools and make a commitment to use them throughout their lives. It’s Your Planet, Love it-Breathe Breathing is the center of life. Billions of living things breathe every moment of every day. That’s why Breathe calls on Cadettes across the country and around the world to use their leadership skills and values to protect the air of the Planet Earth. What the girls learn about air, and curiosity that new knowledge inspires, will be the springboard to caring about our planet now and throughout their lives. Aware Award 1) Keep an air log 2) Identify two experts who can guide you to greater air awareness. 3) Increase your awareness about the issues that impact Earth’s sir. 4) Decide the most important, personal reason you care about Earth’s air. Alert Award 1) With your team choose an air issue to act on together. 2) Decide whom to educate and inspire -this is your air Care Team (ACT). 3) Decide what you will ask your Air Care Team to do. What call for action will you request? 4) What medium and method will you use to reach your Air Care Team. 5) Give your ACT its call to action! Affirm Award 1) Gather proof of progress or improvement you’re your efforts to educate and inspire. 2) Share the impact with your ACT team. 3) Reflect on your Cadette team’s efforts. 4) Affirm your commitment to care for the world’s air. It’s Your Story - Tell It! Media Girl Scout Cadettes explore several forms of media that surrounds them and look critically at what they find. Is there any ME in their media world?! On this journey, they have the chance to shape media for them-

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selves, their community, and the world. •Monitor Award-Cadettes complete 3 activities that get them to hone in on the role media plays in their lives and the lives of those around them. •Influence Award-girls team up on a Media Remake Project to make media that better represents their reality. •Cultivate Award-girls are challenged to make a positive change in the way they use media in their lives. They cultivate a change so it grows into a full-fledged inspiration for others.

Seniors

It’s Your World - Change It! GIRLtopia GIRLtopia Invites Senior Girl Scouts to consider the reality of life for girls around the world. Can girls everywhere pursue their passions; choose their career and family life? Can they influence policies that really matter-education, health care, housing, employment? GIRLtopia gives girls a chance to imagine a perfect world for girls. Imagining is the first step toward creating real change in the world. Visionary Award 1) Create a unique vision and artistic representation of an ideal world and then share it with others. Be creative! 2) Guide a mini discussion or group activity that engages other girls in thinking about visionary leadership. 3) Do a Take action Project that moves the world (or a community) one step closer to ideal. It’s Your Planet - Love it! Sow What? Food costs money. With all the conveniences today, it is all too easy to forget that each and every bite of food also comes at a cost to the Earth’s resources. So what and who, will protect those resources? Girls are invited to explore some big food issues: how and where food is grown, processed, distributed, consumed and so often wasted. Girls will be asked to explore their “food prints” and cultivate sustainable food (and people) networks. Harvest Award 1) Identify and dig into, a food or land issue, tapping some community experts as you go. 2) Capture your vision for change in a Harvest Plan. Say it in a way that gets others interested and involved. Show how even simple actions and decisions impact the larger food network. 3) Now create change and execute your plan by advocating to influence a food policy or land use effort or by educating and inspiring others to act on a solution you identify. It’s Your Story - Tell It! Mission: Sisterhood Through this Journey Girl Scout Seniors realize the benefits of sisterhood for themselves and the world. They learn ways to broaden their friendship borders and be their own best friend. They will discover how sisterhood strengthens girls and in turn the world. The Sisterhood Award 1) Define a sisterhood Issue for yourself. Find and think about an issue that you’ve never thought about before. 2) Develop your mission. Figure out what you can do about the issue and develop a plan. 3) Make the big decisions. Understand how to focus efforts so they get results despite obstacles. 4) Logistics time. Develop your plan. 5) Creating the Project timeline. Start some change that keeps on going.

Ambassadors

It’s Your World - Change It! Your Voice Your World Girl will learn the skills to become advocates in their community. Advocacy is a public effort, but it has many personal components. Throughout this Journey, the girls will have the opportunity to develop valuable 42

leadership skills problem solving, research, networking, and persuasive speaking, consensus building. These are skills that will serve girls throughout their lives. A way for Girl Scout ambassadors toraise their voices for a cause they believe in. As they join their voices with other voices, they’ll see that just one flutter can create a whirlwind of change. That’s how powerful advocacy can be. Advocate Award-girls complete the 8 steps to advocacy. 1) Find your cause. 2) Tune in 3) Harmonize. 4) Identify the big ears and set up a meeting. 5) Prepare your pitch. 6) Make your pitch. 7) Close the loop and give thanks. 8) Reflect and celebrate. It’s Your Planet - Love It! Justice On this Journey, the challenge of identifying environmental injustices, understanding how they arise, and realizing how solutions to them can be found are opportunities for girls to develop valuable leadership skills they can use now and throughout their lives. JUSTICE goes beyond simple matters of right and wrong. Justice is about fairness, understanding and compassion. Environmental issues are at the forefront of this Journey. Sage Award-this award represents both the commitment and ability to be judicious, and it reminds us of the importance of healing. There are 6 steps to earning this award. 1) Look high and wide -Girls find ways to see the big picture of environmental justice issues. 2) Do the math-Identify ways to lighten their step on the planet and make a commitment to follow through and record their results. 3) Be hawk-eyed -girls sharpen their critical eye for environmental issues by learning to look beyond the hype. 4) Take the scientific view -girls investigate the role of science and uncertainty in environmental justice issues by interviewing scientists. 5) Deciphering decisions -girls explore the complexity of decision making when various needs complete. 6) Create your equation and present it-girls review their notes and ideas they’ve made along the journey, create their definition and equation for justice and choose the audience for their presentation. It’s Your Story - Tell It! Bliss Live it! Give it! On this leadership journey, Girl Scout Ambassadors realize that helping others reach for their dreams is as Blissful as reaching for their own. Girls learn to dream big. Understand what it takes to plan for and move toward dreams. Finally as girls dream for themselves and others, they feel the bliss and gain confidence. The Dream Maker Award-girls will define a sisterhood issue, create a plan for how to Take Action on that issue and then Take Action. 1) Meet successful dreamers-learn that helping others also helps themselves. What women and girls in their community could use the Ambassadors help in moving a dream forward? 2) Seek and select a dreamer-see that members of their community have diverse needs and girl learn to expand their networks. 3) Define the dream-learn to research and plot out a realistic, step by step plan. 4) Give It! Gift It!-use their talents and skills to Take Action on their dreams. Remember the Journey resources already have the GSLE built right into them. Journeys are fully customizable to fit the needs and interests of the girls and remember to add in a variety of side trips such as earning badges, going on field trips, travel and outdoor excursions, participating in the product program, etc.

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Programs at a Glance Note cluster icons are for geographical referecne only. All events, series, camp and travel programs are open to all registered Girl Scouts in the Kentuckiana Council.

Cluster 1 - C1 Cluster 2 - C2

Cluster 3 - C3 Cluster 4 - C4

Date

Program

Time

Cluster Location

16 17&18 18&19 24 8/31-9/3

GSK on Belle of Louisville Red Riding Hood GS Day at KY State Fair Hot Rods Bear Creek Aquatic Family Camp

5:30pm-8:30pm 6pm & 1pm show times All day 6pm-10pm 6pm Fri - 12noon Mon

C3/C4 C2 C3/C4 C2 C1

August 2012

September 2012 9/11-12/18 3 7 &16 10 18 22 22 22 25 9/27-11/8

Climb On! (every Tuesday) 6pm-8pm C3/C4 Labor Day - ALL Program & Learning Centers (PLC) are closed Annie Get Your Gun 3pm & 7pm show times C2 Staying Fit for Juniors 6:30pm-8pm C1 Snack for Brownies 5pm-6pm C1 Archery @ Camp Stem 1pm-3pm C3/C4 High Ropes 9am-12 noon C4 Archery 1pm-2pm C3/C4 Brownie Care 4:30pm-6:30pm C1 Junior Get Moving Series 5:30pm-6:30pm C1

1 3-24 5 5 5-7 6 13 13 13 13 10/15-11/26 10/16-11/6 20 10/22-12/3 10/23-11/17 27 10/29-2/16

Fall Product Program Starts aMaze Series 7pm-8pm Let’s Pretend 1pm-4pm Upcycling Denim 9:30am-11:30pm Fall Camp @ Camp Pennyroyal 6pm-10am Building a Character 10am-12noon Dino Dig 10am-11am Playing the Past 1pm showtime Berheim Forest 1pm-3pm aMuse Drama Workshop 10am-1pm Brownie Quest Series 6pm-7pm Junior Cookology Series 4:30pm-5:30pm Write Your Own Play 10am-12noon Daisy Flower Garden Series 5:30pm-6:30pm Studio Portrait Photography 6pm-8pm Wow! Wonders of Water 10am-12noon Girl Build Series 9:30am-11:30am

October 2012

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C1/C2/C3/C4 C1 C3/C4 C1 C1 C3/C4 C1 C1 C2/C3/C4 C3/C4 C1 C1 C3/C4 C1 C3/C4 C3/C4 C3/C4

Date

Program

Time

Cluster Location

November 2012 3 Geocaching 1pm-4pm C3 3 Staying Fit forJuniors 11am-12:30pm C1 3 Archery @ Camp Shantituck 9am-12 noon C3 3 Letterboxing 1pm-4pm C3 3 America’s Next Top Girl Scout 10am-2pm C3/C4 3-4 Beautiful Butterflies Overnight 6pm-9am C2/C3/C4 3-4 Sky Overnight 7pm-9am C3/C4 10 Festival of the Arts 9am-7:30pm C3/C4 13 International Girl Day 4:30pm-6pm C1 17 High Ropes at Camp Stem 9am-12pm C4 17 Caving at Camp Stem 1pm-4pm C4 17 KaLightoscope Christmas 10am-8pm Mon-Sat C3/C4 12noon-6pm Sunday C3/C4 17 Exploring the Daisy Flower Garden 10am-11:30am C1 22-23 Thanksgiving-All Program & Learning Centers (PLC) are closed

December 2012

8 9 15 15&16 24-25

Spa Day 10am-1pm C3/C4 Snow Fairy PaLooza 1pm-5pm C3/C4 Clara’s Tea Party 12 noon C2 The Nutcracker 1pm, 3pm, 6pm showtimes C2 Christmas Break - All Program & Learning Centers (PLC) are closed

January 2013 1/11-2/8

Downhill Skiing

6pm-10pm

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Community Resources

Big Splash Adventure

Indoor Water Park & Resort. Arcade and gift shop. New in 2012 Shotz; lazer tag and mini golf.

Challenger Learning Center 4810 Alben Barkley Paducah, KY 270-534-6385 clcpaducah.org

The CLC is a space science center that offers unique badge programs for Girl Scouts Brownies and Juniors.

Dinosaur World 711 Mammoth Cave Road I-65, Exit 53 Cave City, KY 1-270-773-4345 www.DinosaurWorld.com

Visit our 150 life-size dinosaurs in an outdoor museum setting. Search for authentic fossils to take home in the Fossil dig. Enjoy the Bone Yard, Mammoth Garden, Prehistoric Museum, Movie Cave, picnic area, playground and more!

Kentucky Down Under I-65, Exit 58 Horse Cave, KY 1-800-762-2869 www.kdu.com

Have you ever met a kangaroo? Ever played a didgeridoo? Ever fed a rainbow (lorikeet)? You could travel 9,500 miles to Australia to do these things, or just come see us at Kentucky Down Under. You’ll discover a hands-on family fun adventure!

Kentucky Railway Museum 136 South Main Street New Haven, KY 502-549-5470 www.kyrail.org

All Aboard for Family Fun! Enjoy a 22 mile train excursion through the Rolling Fork River Valley.

Louisville Ballet 315 East Main Street Louisville, KY (502) 583-3150 www.louisvilleballet.org

Discount tickets to Ballet performances are an easy way to earn your dance patch!

Louisville Science Center 727 West Main Street Louisville, KY (502) 561-6100 www.louisvillescience.org

Features over 120 interactive exhibits and a fourstory IMAX Theater. Enjoy The World Around Us, a permanent exhibit that brings natural and earth sciences to life.

8505 West State Road 56 French Lick, Indiana 47432 1-877-936-FUNN (3866) bigsplashadventure.com

Marengo Cave 400 E State Road 64 Marengo, IN (812) 365-2705 marengocave.com

Marengo Cave offers two easy walking tours as well as gemstone mining, a gift shop, the :Crawl� plus camping, cabins, picnic area, canoeing and cave exploring. Trips are also available.

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Back to School Skating Party

To register and for additional information contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com Proceeds benefits the Family and Community Partnership Fundraiser

Breakfast with Santa

Grade level - All Minimum 50+ Sponsored by: Area 2

Grant Line United Methodist Church 4810 Grant Line Road New Albany, IN Date: December 8, 2012 Time: 9:00am-12:00 noon Registration Deadline: December 1, 2012 Cost: $10.00 per person (includes all you can eat pancakes, milk, juice, coffee, patch, picture with Santa) To register contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com

Father Daughter Fall Ball

Grade level - Daisy, Brownies, Juniors Maximum 300 Sponsored by: Troop 365

St. Michael Catholic Church 3705 Stone Lakes Dr (Taylorsville Road at 1-265) Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012 Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Cost: $20.00/couple in advance; cost at the door $25.00/couple; each additional sibling $10.00 ( includes: dance, goodie bag, fun patch, door prizes, hot dog, chips and a drink) Come dressed in a costume or dress your best. We will have a costume contest, music, dancing, pictures, door prizes and food. There will be a bake sale and crafts for an additional cost. *** Bring personal care items to donate to the Home of the Innocents. Registration Deadline: October 4, 2012 To register: Please Include: Who is attending, Leader’s name, phone and e-mail Please make checks payable to Troop #365 Mail to : Debbie Stephens 15808 Northville Place, Louisville, KY 40245 Questions? Debbie Stephens 502-432-0575 or debbie.stephens@insightbb.com

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Area, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events

1515 Lynch Lane Clarksville, IN Date: September 22, 2012 Time: 9:00am-12:30pm Registration Deadline: Cost: PAY AT DOOR $6.00 for skaters (includes patch and small goodie bag) $4.00 Non-skaters

Grade level - All Minimum 100/ Maximum 400 Sponsored by: Area 2 & SU606

Area, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events

Powder Puff Derby

Grade level - Daisy, Brownies, Juniors Sponsored by: Troop 365

Calhoun Senior Center, McLean County Date: Saturday November 17, 2012 Time: Daisies - 9;00am-10:15am Brownies - 11:00am-12:15am Juniors and up - 1:00pm-2:15pm Cost: $4.00 per Girl Scout, $4.00 per tagalong who is racing, and $1.00 for adults and tags over the age of 3 (kids under 3 are free) Girls will receive a patch, ribbon, and snack. Ribbons will be given out for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in car show ( girls will vote for winner) and in racing. Adults & tags will receive a snack. You must purchase the car kits at Hobby Lobby (kit # P369-P370; $3.99 per car). Decorate cars on your own or during a troop meeting. Cars should be designed by girls only, and the weight limit is 5 ounces. No pointed-tip cars please. Then bring them to the event to race them on a timed ramp. Cars will be weighed on a postage meter to ensure they don’t exceed 5 ounces. Participate in a car show & enjoy a light snack.

Princess Party

Grade level- Daisy, Brownies Sponsored by: The Travel Girls NO TAGALONGS

Location: Louisville/Metro Program & Learning Center Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 11:00am-1:30pm Registration Deadline: TBD Cost: $10.00 per girl Adult chaperone only and number may be limited per group due to facility space. To Register: Contact Cathy Pattengale 502-366-8794 or 502-386-8806 Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies are invited to dress in their finest princess attire and join us for a fabulous princess party. Girls will enjoy being pampered with lots of fun Princess activities, crafts and games. A big Princess photo area with feather boas and flowers is availalbe for your Princess potraits. Includes a snack and patch.

Stamp’n up Fun

Grade level - Daisy, Brownies, Juniors Sponsored by: Troop 1059 & SU 606

3600 Kamer Miller Rd Graceland Baptist Church New Albany, IN Date: October 13, 2012 Time: 9:00am -12:00 noon Daisy & Brownies 1:00pm-4:00pm Juniors Registration Deadline: September 28, 2012 Cost: $10.00 (includes material for four projects to take home and patches) To register and for additional information contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com Proceeds benefits the Family and Community Partnership Fundraiser

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Save the Date PGSB Halloween Bash

Thinking Day Date: February 23, 2013 Location: Georgetown Elementary School 8800 High Street, Georgetown, IN Cost: $3.00 for patch Contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 orpearcefam5@insightbb.com

8th Annual Mardi Gras

Contact: Cathy Pattengale 502-366-8794 or 502-386-8806 Date: Februarary TBD Cost: $10.00 per girl & Adults with girls activity / $6.00 Adult without activities All inclusice Mardi Grad dance and party! Everyone receives a Mardi Gras mask, beads, doubloons and goodies. Career Day for Girl Scouts Date: March 9, 2013 Location: Campbellsville University-Louisville, KY Cost: $18.00 per girl/$10.00 per adult Contact: Debbie Stephens 502-432-0575 or debbie.stephens@insightbb.com

Songfest

Date: March 17, 2013 Location: The Brown Theatre Cost: $7.00 per person Contact: Charlotte Peake 502-454-3735 or peake4@aol.com Mini-Golf Family Day Date: April 18, 2013 Location: Renaissance Fun Park Cost: $15.00 per person Contact: Debbie Stephens 502-432-0575 or debbie.stephens@insightbb.com End of Year School Skating Party Date: May 18, 2013 Location: 1515 Lynch Lane Clarksville, IN Cost: $6.00 for skaters, $4.00 non-skaters Contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 orpearcefam5@insightbb.com

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Area, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events

Location: Camp Pennyroyal Date: October 20, 2012 You don’t want to miss this year’s Halloween Bash. More info to come...

Space Camp

May 24-26, 2013 Details to be announced later.

Area, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events

Placement of Roses at National Cemetary

Date: May 27, 2013 Location: 1943 Ekin Avenue, New Albany Contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 orpearcefam5@insightbb.com

3rd Annual Chinese New Year

Contact: Cathy Pattengale 502-366-8794 or 502-386-8806 Join us for a celebration of Chinese New Year! Girls will enjoy Chinese New Year themed activities stations and will receive door prizes and souvenirs. DJ will provide music for dancing as well as decorated photo area for fun pictures!

Bowling

2310 State Street, New Albany, IN Date: January 26, 2013 Time: 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm Registration Deadline: December 30, 2012 Cost: $10.00 (includes 2 games, shoes & patch)

Grade level - All Minimum: 50+ Sponsored by: Area 2, SUM 606 & Troop 1059

To register and for additional information contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com Proceeds benefits the Family and Community Partnership Fundraiser Tagalongs are welcome

Chili Supper

Grade level: ALL Minimum: Open Sponsored by: SU 606

4810 Grant Line Road, Date: February 16, 2013 Time: 4:00pm-8:00pm Registration Deadline: January 30, 2013 To register and for additional information contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com Proceeds benefits the Family and Community Partnership Fundraiser

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Cookie Kickoff Skating Party

1515 Lynch Lane, Clarksville, IN Date: January 5, 2013 Time: 9:00am-12:30pm Registration Deadline: December 15, 2012 Cost: $6.00 (includes skates, patch, cookies, small goodie bag) $4.00 non-skaters

Grade level - All Minimum 100/ Maximum 400 Sponsored by: Area 2, SU 606

Proceeds benefits the Family and Community Partnership Fundraiser

Cookie Kickoff

Grade level - All Minimum 100/ Maximum 400 Sponsored by: Troop 365

Robbin’s Roost Skate Rink 5906 Six Mile Lane Date: January 6, 2013 Time: 9:00am-12:30pm Registration Deadline: January 1, 2013 Cost: $15 per person who participate/ $5.00 nonparticipating Adults Includes admission, skates, 2 slices of pizza, a drink, 2 Girl Scout Cookies, Cookie pin activities and a cookie pin ( for Girl Scouts only). Registration: Mail to: Debbie Stephens 15808 Northville Place Louisville, KY 40245 Please Include: # of registered Girl Scouts, # of siblings and adults participating, # of adults attending but not participating, Leader’s Name, Phone and e-mail Please make checks payable to Troop #365 Questions? Call: Debbie Stephens 432-0575 or e-mail: debbie.stephens@insightbb.com

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Area, Service Units & Troop Sponsored Events

To register and for additional information contact: Tamara Pearce (502) 548-0177 or pearcefam5@insightbb.com

Ever met a Kangaroo? Ever played a Didgeridoo?

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KENTUCKY DOWN UNDER I-65 at Exit 58

www.kdu.com

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Horse Cave, KY

800-762-2869

YOUR JOURNEY STARTS HERE

Earn Petals and Badges, and master Journeys during Girl Scout Days at the Louisville Science Center. Then, bond with your troop during Overnight Adventures exclusive to Girl Scouts. Topics include animals, the human body, health and fitness, engineering, robotics, and more! Visit LouisvilleScience.org/events for complete program listings. Contact Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana at 502-636-0900 to register your troop.

727 W. Main Street LouisvilleScience.org 1-800-591-2203

Indoor Water Park & Resort Located in French Lick IN

Indiana’s year round tropical destination! *Indoor water park *Arcade *Retractable Roof *Gift Shop *Free Wi-FI *Hotel *Outdoor pool *Dining

8505 W. State Road 56 French Lick, Indiana bigsplashadventure.com

812-936-3866

Ask us about our scout programs and group discounts!

New in 2012

8529 State Road 56 French Lick IN 812-936-2FUN frenchlickshotz.com

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Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Pathways Registration Form (Online registration available at www.gskentuckiana.org) Contact Name: _________________________________________________Troop # ________________ Girl Scout Grade Level:__________ Area: :__________ SU: :__________ Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________ street city, state zip code E-mail_____________________________________________ Phone: _____________________________________________ Program Name _________________________________________________________________________________________ PATHWAYS (please select one) __________Camp__________Event__________Series __________Travel Program Date________________________________________Time ______________________________________________ If multiple sessions are offered, indicated session preference:__________ Session I __________ Session II __________# of girls

x $ __________

= $ __________

__________# new girls

x $__________

+ $24.00 membership fee

__________# of adults

x $__________

__________# of adults

FREE if applicable (please see program description)

cost = $ __________

New girl(s) registering with this program will be joining: __________ As a Juliette

Total Enclosed = $__________ __________ Our Troop

List Name of girls attending: (use back of form if necessary for additional names)

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Special Needs: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Please indicate the # of participants in each grade: ______K ______1 ______2 ______3 ______4 ______5 ______6______7 ______8 ______9 ______10 ______11 ______12 In an effort to ensure that we are serving all girls, we encourage you to provide the following information on racial background and ethnicity: Please indicate the # of participants of each racial/ethnic origin: ______ African American ______ Asian______Caucasian______Hispanic______Native American______Other (Multiracial)

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Coming Soon!!!! Spring Program Guide Available January 2013

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Fall Program Guide 2012