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2012 PROGRAM GUIDE | SPRING-SUMMER EDITION


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What can I do as a Girl Scout? Girl Scout Pathways are flexible ways that girls and adults participate in Girl Scouting. There are six pathways: Camp, Travel, Events, Series, Troop and Virtual. This guide is organized by pathway with some bonus sections as well. Check out each of the sections highlighted in this guide for more information about the pathways and all of your different options as a Girl Scout. Remember, you can always participate in more than one pathway!

A Letter From Karen................................................................................................................. 4 Registration Information........................................................................................................ 6 Service Centers......................................................................................................................... 7 Program Event Registration Form........................................................................................ 8 Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Activities........................................................................... 9 Travel Pathway Opportunities (Workshops & Council Sponsored Trips).................. 10 Camp Pathway Opportunities.............................................................................................. 13 Council-wide Events and Series........................................................................................... 15 February................................................................................................................................ 16 March.................................................................................................................................... 17 April....................................................................................................................................... 22 May........................................................................................................................................ 24 June....................................................................................................................................... 26 July-August.......................................................................................................................... 27 Teen Mentoring Program and Highest Awards.................................................................. 28 Anytime Activities.................................................................................................................... 30 Where is information on the Troop and Virtual Pathways? The Troop Pathway offers the same group of girls the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities usually over the span of nine to twelve months. Girls may join at any time during the membership year. If you are not currently in a troop and would like to be, please contact the Membership department at (800) 338-5248 x6822. As for the virtual pathway, this pathway is still in development.


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As you look through this publication, you will find events that are new and exciting for volunteers, adults, and girls of all ages. We have tried to enclose as much information as possible, but as always, dates, times and events are subject to change. Please watch our website, girlscoutsosw.org, and the PHUN eNewsletter for updates, because we’re always coming up with new opportunities for you and your Girl Scout friends!

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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience offers six lexible program pathways to accommodate your interests and schedule. Whether you participate in one or all of the pathways, you will definitely have a great time discovering, exploring, learning and laughing! A lot of people think that you have to be in a troop to be a Girl Scout, but these days you can participate through any or all of the pathways. You can be a Girl Scout on your OWN terms! Since 2012 is Girl Scouts’ 100th anniversary, you will notice special 100th anniversary activities for girls in this edition. We hope you will take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to involve your girls in at least some of these opportunities. As always, we value your input and ideas about the programs offered. Many new programs sprout from seeds planted by our members. If you have an idea for a program or know of an individual or organization that might want to partner with Girl Scouts, please contact Sarah Johnson, Director of Programs, at sjohnson@girlscouts osw.org.

Yours in Girl Scouting, Karen Hill, CEO Sign up for GSOSW eNews Program Highlights & Updates Newsletter! Get the latest updates on events and be the first to know when a new event is offered! Sign up online at girlscoutsosw.org or text “GSOSW” to 22828 to sign up with your mobile phone! In addition to PHUN, GSOSW offers a variety of monthly subscriptions. Customize the information you receive and stay in the loop!


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Program Guide

Event Information Who can participate in an event or program? You can! All registered Girl Scouts are invited to attend any of the events and programs listed in this guide. Adults attending with individually registered girls and troops must be registered and background checked.

Bring A Friend

Invite your friends to join you at any of the events, even if they aren’t registered Girl Scouts. Non-registered members must add an additional $12 to the event fee for annual membership dues.

Registration

Registration is either through our office or a program partner. If the event has the Personify logo (shown in this guide as “P”) next to the description then registration is through our office using the instructions below. If the event registration is being managed by our program partner there will be additional instructions in the event description about registeration. Please be sure to read the event description carefully.

How to Register

There are two ways to register for events/ programs: Online (preferred method) Visit girlscoutsosw.org, click on the Personify button and follow the instructions on the screen. PLEASE NOTE: Nut/cookie credits cannot be used with the online registration system. To use nut/cookie credits, please register by mail, fax or deliver to your local service center. You cannot cancel or change a registration online. You must call the program department administrative assistant at (503) 581-2451 or (800) 875-2451 or email events@girlscoutsosw.org. By Mail or Fax Complete the registration form. You must list all participants, including

girls and adults, by the name used on their membership registration form. Please don’t use nicknames and be sure to spell names correctly. Mail or fax the completed form with payment (fax will need to include a credit card number) to:

the event unless otherwise noted in order to receive a refund. These may be emailed to the program administrative assistant at events@girlscoutsosw.org. Cancellations received less than 14 days before the event are not refundable. We do not accept requests for credits.

Girl Scouts OSW Attn: Program Events 1922 McGilchrist St. SE Salem, OR 97302 Fax: 503-581-7629

Payment

Registration forms can also be walked in to your local service center. NOTE: If you are registering as an individual girl, an attending adult is required to register and participate with you in a program event unless otherwise stated.

Assistance

Questions or concerns? Contact the program department administrative assistant at (800) 875-2451 or e-mail events@girlscoutsosw.org.

Minimum Attendance Requirement

All events have a set minimum attendance requirement that must be met for the event to run. If the minimum attendance requirement is not met when the event registration closes (typically two weeks prior to the event) the event will be cancelled. Should an event be cancelled you will receive notification via email or mail and a full refund will be processed. Late registrations will not be accepted. This is to provide the staff and program partners enough time to prepare for the event.

Cancellation & Refunds

If you must cancel any part of your event registration, we encourage you do so as soon as you know someone cannot attend. Organizations that we partner with need prior notification to prepare for the accurate number of participants attending. Supplies for events are also purchased well in advance. Refund requests must be received in writing at least 14 days prior to

Payment in full is due with your registration. Fees may be paid with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, check (made payable to Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington), cookie/nut credits or money orders. NOTE: Credit cards are the only form of payment for online registrations.

Cookie/Nut Credits and Events/ Travel

Girls are able to use their cookie/nut credits to pay for Girl Scout events and trips that they take as a troop or individual. They must fill out the appropriate registration forms and mail in their cards with their registration form.

Confirmation Email/Letter

A confirmation email/letter will be sent when your registration has been processed. This confirmation will include information about the event you have registered for and any additional materials needed for the event. Please read this confirmation carefully.

Event Permission Slips

Written parental consent is required for every girl wishing to participate in an activity that is scheduled to happen anytime or any place outside of the regular meeting. Girls attending an event with a troop must turn in the permission slip to their troop leader. Girls attending an event as an individual must turn in the permission slip to the event leader when they check in at the event. GSOSW provides a permission slip/ health history for this purpose. This form can be found on our council website under girlscoutsosw.org/adults/forms.


Unless otherwise noted in the program guide pre-registration is required for all events. Those arriving at the door for a preregistration only event will be turned away.

Registration Grade Levels

Registrations are based on the Girl Scout grade levels: ( ) = Abbreviations used in Program Guide Girl Scout Daisy - Grades K-1 Girl Scout Brownie - Grades 2-3 (BRNS) Girl Scout Junior - Grades 4-5 (JRS) Girl Scout Cadette - Grades 6-8 (CADS) Girl Scout Senior - Grades 9-10 (SRS) Girl Scout Ambassador - Grades 11-12 (AMBS)

Supervision

Troops must meet girl/adult ratio. If registering as an individually registered girl, an attending adult is required to participate with the girl in a program event unless otherwise stated.

Waiting Lists

Waiting lists are maintained for all full programs. Notify us immediately if registration numbers change, in order to make use of space available.

Council Service Centers Bend Service Center 908 4th Street Suite 101 Bend, Oregon (541) 389-8146 Eugene Service Center 1577 Pearl Street, Suite 300 Eugene, Oregon (541) 485-5911 or 800-522-8772 Hermiston Service Area PO Box 1346 Hermiston, Oregon (541) 667-9696 or (866) 392-0655 Klamath Falls Service Center 707 Cypress Avenue Klamath Falls, Oregon (541) 884-0989 or (800) 460-2976 Medford Service Center 2001 N Keene Way Drive Medford, Oregon (541) 773-8423 or (800) 433-9288 North Bend Service Center 1611 Virginia Ave #610, Suite 208 North Bend, Oregon (541) 756-4626

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Pre-registration/At the door registration

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503-236-7253 • www.milagro.org Ask about special discounts for students & groups of 15 or more!

Sponsored by The Oregonian and the Consulate of Mexico in Portland

Portland Service Center & Corporate Office 9620 SW Barbur Boulevard Portland, Oregon (503) 977-6800 or (800) 338-5248 Roseburg Service Center 2556 W Harvard #1 Roseburg, Oregon (541) 672-2401 Salem Service Center 1922 McGilchrist Street SE Salem, OR (503) 581-2451 or (800) 875-2451

Para mas information de eventos o programas en espanol, llama a: Callie en el Centro de Servicio en Portland: (800) 338-5248 x808 ó al (503) 977-6808 ó al cvandewiele@girlscoutsosw.org Jennifer en el Centro de Servicio en Medford: (800) 433-9288 ó al (541) 7738423 ó al jakinsgirlscoutsosw.org

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Program Event Registration Form form #201 • 01/11 • page 1 of 1

Please use one registration form for each event. This form may be copied. Please print legibly with blue or black ink. Completed forms may be returned via fax or mail. You may also register online for events at girlscoutsosw.org. TROOP LEADER/PARENT OR GUARDIAN (Must be completed.) Name Address: City/State/Zip: Phone(s): Email: PARTICIPANT INFORMATION: (Use additional sheet if necessary.) Girl Full Name (s) Grade 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Adult Participant Full Name(s) 1. 2. 3. EMERGENCY CONTACT: (Other than adults above) Name Phone(s): Leaders are responsible for bringing girls’ parent permission and health history for each girl and adult to the event. For Office Use Only Date Rcvd:

Amount Rcvd: Receipt #:

METHOD OF PAYMENT: (Please circle all that apply)

NOTES: Please list major accommodations, health restrictions, food allergies, dietary restrictions, etc. Please list any girls that may not be photographed or videotaped.

PROGRAM/EVENT INFORMATION: Event: Location: Dates: SU: Troop: Troop Grade Level(s): Daisy (K-1) Brownie (2-3) Junior (4-5)

Cadette (6-8) Senior (9-10) Ambassador (11-12)

COST: # Girls x $ =$ # Adults x $ =$ Total Amount Due =$ Send registration to: Program Events - Girl Scouts OSW 1922 McGilchrist St SE Salem, OR 97302 Fax: 503-581-7629 Receipted in at: PSC SSC ESC MSC NBSC BSC KFSC RSC

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Your signature above signifies your agreement to allow the Girl Scouts to charge the above amount to your credit card. You agree to pay this amount pursuant to the agreement you have with your credit card provider. You have read and understand the refund policy. GSOSW accepts VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.


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Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Celebrations 100th Anniversary Kickoff

Celebrate 100 Years of Homestead

Open to all Girl Scouts and the public March 10, 2012; Time & further details TBD FREE; No registration necessary

Open to all Girl Scouts Jun. 23, 2012; Time & further details TBD

The celebration begins with the 100th Anniversary Kickoff at Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland. Stop by to join the party, purchase your 100th Anniversary gear, be a part of the Northwest’s Largest Friendship Circle and much more!

100th Anniversary Birthday Celebration!

Albany, OR Bring your entire family to this fun-filled day of celebration! Experience activities from the past 100 years, a Girl Scout fashion show, vendor and activity booths, time to make connections for the next 100 years and of course...birthday cake! Open to all Girl Scouts & their families, Girl Scout alumnae August 11, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. FREE

Northwest Centennial Roundup

Sweet Home, OR Join other Girl Scout Cadettes - Ambassadors for a week of skill-building activities & fun! Participate in traditional activities that Girl Scouts have enjoyed for 100 years. Program areas include a waterfront for swimming & boating, a sports area for games & sports, a workshop area for many different crafts, skills & demonstrations, & a main stage for opening & closing ceremonies as well as nightly entertainment. On the final day, participants will be bussed to the 100th Anniversary Birthday Celebration in Albany.

Homestead Outdoor Program Center Join GSOSW to celebrate the Homestead Outdoor Program Center, also celebrating its 100th year in 2012! Experience girl-led tours of the Barlow trail, historical timelines, dutch oven birthday cake and ice cream, showings of The Golden Eaglet and more!

Girl Scouts After Dark Westfield Mall Vancouver, WA Westfield stores to provide journey and badge activities throughout the mall. See sister Girl Scouts model the latest trends at a fashion show, participate in an ice cream social and visit our traveling Girl Scout store to purchase Girl Scout journey books, The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting and more. Information meetings for parents/guardians of new girls will be held for each program level. Open to all Girl Scouts & girls interested in Girl Scouting Mar. 30, 2012; 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. $13.00/girl for current members; $25.00/girl for non-registered girls (includes membership fee & event). Registration begins Feb. 10, 2012. THE FIRST 100 REGISTRANTS WILL BE ENTERED TO WIN A $100 WESTFIELD GIFT CARD and the first 600 registrants receive an event patch. Registration form & details at girlscoutsosw.org.

1912 Society

Open to Patrols of GS CADS - AMBS August 6-12, 2012 Registration opening soon! Visit girlscoutsosw.org for details.

Honor 100 years of Girl Scouting and invest in the future of girls by contributing $100 or more now through December 2012. The first 1, 912 donors will be permanently recognized on the Wall of Honor at GSOSW’s headquarters in Portland. All contributions benefit financial assistance for girls. Contributions are accepted by mail or by secure payment at girlscoutsosw.org. For more information, contact Nicky Aiello at naiello@girlscoutsosw.org or (503)977-6833.

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Homestead Outdoor Program Center Join us in February at Homestead Outdoor Program Center to plant a tree for the next generation of Girl Scouts to enjoy! Work with rangers and our forester Barry Sims to plant cedar, Douglas fir & hemlock seedlings. Rain, shine or snow - come dressed for the weather. Bring your own work gloves, we provide other equipment needed. Bonus! If you bring a GPS, you can mark the location of trees you plant so you can visit them later and see their progress as they grow. Hot lunch and beverages will be provided. Open to all Girl Scouts Feb. 25, 2012; 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. $2.00/girl

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices, and GSOSW is planning a geocaching challenge to celebrate the 100th anniversary! How many sites will your troop/group or family find? Geocache coordinates will only be available to Girl Scouts and can be accessed starting March 12, 2012. Learn more about our challenge at girlscoutsosw.org.

SOLVE Events

We’re partnering with SOLVE to help make our communities a better place! Join other Girl Scouts at the Spring Beach Cleanup on March 31, 2012 and SOLVE IT on April 21, 2012. Girls will also have the opportunity to plan and facilitate their own project! Learn more about this partnership and how you can be involved at girlscoutsosw.org.

For more information on these events, service unit events & more, visit our 100th Anniversary event calendar at girlscoutsosw.org/about/100


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Program Guide

Travel Pathway Opportunities The travel pathway offers girls leadership opportunities and cross-cultural understanding through local, regional, national and international travel. Girls prepare, plan, money-earn and participate through group travel, council sponsored trips or nationally sponsored destinations. The travel pathway facilitates appropriate progression for girls of all ages by helping younger girls start with short local trips to prepare them for longer international trips as they get older.

Travel Opportunties for Girl Scouts

Listed in Recommended Progression Order

      

1. Short Field Trips

Travel for all Program Levels

2. Day Trips

3. Overnight Trips

Travel for GS Cadettes - Ambassadors

4. Extended Travel

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  Short field trips   are any trips away from the regular meeting   space that are less than 6 hours.   These trips do not require a Notice of   Intent to Travel (NOI).

 

However, ALL HighRisk Activities   require an NOI. This type of travel is open to all Girl Scout program   levels. Opportunities   include service unit events, Program   Guide offerings, and troop/group  planned trips.

Day Trips are any trips away from the regular meeting space that are more than 6 hours. These trips require a Notice of Intent to Travel (NOI) due at least 3 weeks prior to departure. This type of travel is open to all Girl Scout program levels. Opportunities include service unit events, Program Guide offerings, and troop/group planned trips.

Overnight Trips are any trips lasting 3 nights or less. These trips require a Notice of Intent to Travel (NOI) due at least 3 weeks prior to departure.

Extended Travel is any trip lasting more than 3 nights. These trips require an Extended Travel application due 6 months prior to departure.

Council Sponsored Trips are hosted by GSOSW. These trips are typically regional trips lasting 2-3 days. Register for trips listed in the Program Guide.

This type of travel is open to Brownies Ambassadors for travel unless otherwise specified. Daisies may do overnight campouts only. See Safety Activity Checkpoints (SAC), "Group Camping" for details.

This type of travel is open to Girl Scout Juniors (regional travel only) and Cadettes – Ambassadors.

This type of travel is open to Cadettes – Ambassadors.

Opportunities include service unit events, Program Guide offerings, and troop/group planned trips.

ALL international travel requires an Extended Travel application. Opportunities include getaways with GSUSA, troop/group planned trips and travel partner offerings.

Adults are always needed to participate as chaperones. Trip Chaperone applications are online or by emailing Jan Thompson at: jthompson@ girlscoutsosw.org

Travel Patrols are hosted by GSOSW. These trips are girlplanned trips that may be international of domestic. Apply for trips listed in the Program Guide. Applications can be found online.

destinations are hosted by GSUSA. These trips may be international of domestic. Apply for trips listed on the GSUSA travel website. Applications can be found online.

This type of travel is open to Girl Scout Cadettes – Ambassadors unless otherwise specified.

This type of travel is open to Girl Scout Cadettes – Ambassadors unless otherwise specified.

Adults are always needed to participate as chaperones. Trip Chaperone applications are available online or by emailing Jan Thompson at: jthompson@ girlscoutsosw.org

Visit the GSUSA travel website or contact the Portland Program Specialist for more information.


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Workshops P All the Places You Can Go!

Do you dream about traveling as a Girl Scout? Explore ideas about travel through play and story! Older girls will share stories from their adventures and help you experience travel through imagination and games! Adults come with your girls to get ideas and support on travel progression to help your girls prepare to travel. Open to GS DAISIES - BRNS Apr. 7, 2012; 11:00 am. - 12:00 p.m. $2.00/girl; Portland, OR

P Money-Earning Workshop

Learn what kinds of things typically work for money-earning projects for travel, how to plan a successful project and begin laying out your plans! Leave with the beginnings of your own plan as well as information on how the travel volunteer team can help you earn your way. Open to GS JRS - AMBS Mar. 26, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. $3.00/girl; Portland, OR

P Troop Travel 101

Is your troop ready to hit the road but not sure where to start? Join us for this two part workshop to get a better handle on traveling together as a troop. Learn what you need

to “be prepared” in a different place or even different culture! Leaders and parents can join us to learn about travel paperwork, timelines, logistics, troop management and tips on guiding the girls through the travel planning process. Hear from other leaders, share stories and ideas, and problem solve together!

P Travel Rally

Open to GS JRS - AMBS May 26, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $2.50/girl; Portland, OR

Open to GS BRNS - JRS June 9, 2012; 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $2.00/girl; Portland, OR

P Teen Extravaganza at Mountaindale

North Plains, OR Have you ever wanted to earn your Program Aide (PA) Pin? What about exploring the world by air, rail, or foot? Join us for a fun filled weekend where older girls can come together at Mountaindale. You will have an opportunity to select from Travel Discovery Weekend or PA training in addition to learning about the Girl Scout Silver Award or what it takes to go for the Girl Scout Gold Award. Spend time with other teen Girl Scouts in the great outdoors. Open to GS CADS - AMBS April 27-29, 2011; 6:00 p.m.-12:00p.m. $30.00/girl, $24.00/adult

Learn about different types of trips and travel opportunities open to you now and in the future. Through games and activities, learn new skills that prepare you to travel. Start figuring out the steps you need to take to travel to the places you have been dreaming about!

P Travel Discovery Weekend

Are you ready to venture forth into a new kind of travel? Come to this session to learn about council sponsored trips, travel patrols and destinations. This weekend is structured like a conference with sessions that cover important travel topics such as completing applications, money-earning, packing and more! Get the information you need most and one-on-one time with travel mentors to create your own personal travel plan. Open to GS CADS - AMBS June 23-24, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; $15.00/girl; $12.00/adult; The Dalles, OR

Travel Workshops! Workshops do not replace official Adult Development courses. Interested in having a workshop in your area? If you have a group of 20 or more adults/older girls interested, we can work with you to schedule one! Contact Program Staff.

Council Sponsored Trips Council Sponsored Trips

Council sponsored trips are trips organized by staff and the travel volunteer team based on ideas from YOU! These trips are open to all girls in our council. There is an application process for some trips and others are open to any Girl Scout who wishes to register. Girls will travel in groups, but not necessarily with other troop members. We are always looking for new trip ideas, so if you have a location you are desperate to visit with a group of new friends from around the council, email it to your local program staff and we will try to make it happen!

Travel restrictions and requirements vary by trip; look on the council website and talk to your local program staff for more information. Chaperones and travel volunteer team members are always needed and welcome! If you are interested in helping with Girl Scout travel, contact your local program staff. Cancelation for Trips and Patrols If a participant cancels and drops from a council sponsored patrol or trip, any deposits, fees or financial obligation made on their behalf is non-refundable. The closer to the travel date a cancellation is made; the fewer funds are likely to be

available for refund. The council will work with the girl and her family to determine what, if any, refund is due.

P Seattle by Storm

June 23 - 27, 2012 Ride the train to Seattle and experience Seattle’s panoramic view while eating lunch at the Space Needle, catch the flying fish at Pike’s Market, experience a bay cruise, play at Game Works, visit the aquarium and spend free time shopping downtown Seattle and much more! Activities listed are tentatively planned and may change. Open to GS CADS - AMBS

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Program Guide USA by Rail

$525.00/girl, $350.00/adult Register by May 1, 2012. For further information contact Jan Thompson

P Shoot the Rapids

July 21 - 22, 2012 Enjoy a wet and wild two days and one night on the North Umpqua River set high in the Cascade Mountains! The action-packed North Umpqua River offers the perfect opportunity to put your paddling skills to the test. Ouzel Outfitters will be our guide down river and will provide food, tents and rafting equipment. Open to GS CADS - AMBS $300.00/girl; $250.00/adult Register by June 29, 2012. For further information contact Jan Thompson at (800) 522-8772 x6315 or jthompson@girlscoutsosw.org.

Summer 2013 Have you ever dreamed of seeing breathtaking sights within American borders that most people never get to see? Explore things off the beaten bath and travel by train to see America. As a patrol you choose what you want to see: National Parks, big cities, rural countryside, mountain peaks, ocean surf, roaring rivers, rock formations, glaciers, deserts - the options are endless! To join the patrol you will need to complete a patrol application and return it to Jan Thompson at the Eugene Service Center (1577 Pearl Street, Suite 300, Eugene, Oregon 97401).

P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

DISCOVER THE WORLD OF TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE AT Hostelling International USA, OREGON COUNCIL Sign up for our exciting Travel Educational Programs and our new Environmental Educational Programs! Cultural Kitchen

Soaking up Stormwater Day Program

Learn about cuisine, culture, geography, government, lifestyle and people of a country that your troop chooses. Experience the spirit of hostelling by staying overnight at the HI- Portland Northwest Hostel! This program involves research and putting information into a presentation before the overnight (3-4 troop meetings). Fee is $39/person and includes a “Discover The World” patch. Dates for overnights: Sat. Feb 4, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19

Enjoy an eco-tour of the HI-Hawthorne Hostel and discover all the ways we soak up over 50,000 gallons of rainwater each year. Play with a watershed model as you learn how stormwater affects our rivers and streams and then put your new skills to work by building a mini ecoroof on your very own birdhouse. Go home with a H20 Conservation Kit to use or identify a group in need with your troop mates and share them.

Community Walls Gain a better understanding of the cultural differences in your own community and work as a team to create a mural that represents your community. Afterwards come to our hostel to present your mural and get a tour. Curriculum and painting takes approximately five meetings set at the troop’s convenience. This program can be used for the Community Badge. Fee is $100 per troop.

Adventures in Portland Discover a world of travel right here in Portland. Have fun participating in a scavenger hunt and find your way from the HI– Northwest hostel to the HI–Hawthorne hostel using public transportation. Fee $2/girl + bus fare. First Sat every month until June.

To register for our Travel programs contact us at 503-239-0030 x201,or email education.oregon@hiusa.org

Daisy Program: $15/girl, Sat Feb 4, Feb 11, April 7 , starts 10:00 am Brownies- It’s Your Planet Love it Journey Workshop: $15 per girl, Saturday April 28, May 12 ,starts 10:00 am Overnight program for Juniors & Cadettes: $39/person and includes a “Discover The World” patch, March 3-4

Junior Eco-Action Badge Day Program Discover 35 eco-actions at the HI-Portland Hawthorne Hostel. Develop a troop sustainability pledge, create an eco-action checklist, make non-toxic cleaners to use at home, learn about native plants and plant a native fruit shrub at the hostel in honor of your troop. Interview hostel staff and find out how they are champions of their environment. All participants go home with a H20 Conservation Kit. Program helps girls meet some of the requirements of the Eco-Action Badge. Fee is $15 per girl. Dates: Saturday April 14 and May 5, starts 10:00 am

To register for our Environmental programs contact Michele at 503-239-0030 x401, or email om.hawthorne@hiusa.org


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Camp Pathway Opportunities The camp pathway features day and weekend experiences that introduce and explore the out-of-doors. Information on day camps is published in February on our website, girlscoutsosw.org. Residential camp is also a part of this pathway and those programs are featured in our Resident Camp brochure published in January.

Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership Tree Planting

Gladstone, OR Join other Girl Scouts to help protect and restore habitats of the lower Columbia River and its tributaries. Help plant trees at natural areas throughout the Portland/ Vancouver region. Gloves and tools are provided. Come prepared with old tennis shoes or boots, drinking water and enthusiasm! Open to GS BRNS - AMBS Feb. 25, 2012 To register call Annie Kleffner (503) 226-1565 x225 FREE

It’s Your Planet - Love It! Journey Workshop and Tree Planting

Gladstone, OR Plant trees on the Lower Columbia River to help protect and restore habitat, then learn about water and energy right on the site! Through hands-on activities you will explore important aspects of water and energy in your community. Open to GS BRNS - JRS Mar. 10, 2012 To register call Annie Kleffner (503) 226-1565 x225 FREE

P Walking with Wildlife

Jasper, OR Explore the world of wild animals! Discover what wild animals are up to by studying tracks and signs. Make plaster castings of tracks and learn to identify them on multiple types of ground. Don’t forget a sack lunch! Open to GS JRS Mar. 17, 2012; 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. $20.00/girl

P The Art of Tracking

Jasper, OR Begin by exploring the woods in search of tracks left behind by wildlife. Some

tracks will be carefully preserved in plaster for further decoration. Collect natural materials to make art projects based on the tracks found. Through these fun art projects you will learn more about the animals that live around us. Please bring a sack lunch. Open to GS Daisies - BRNS Mar. 31, 2012; 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. $20.00/girl

P Girl Scout Junior Tent Camp

North Plains, OR Experience troop tent camping at its best! In one overnight, you will have the opportunity to learn skills such as knots and lashing, dutch oven cooking and more. Get your troop ready to set up tents and your campsite. Have fun in this learning opportunity while you prepare for future camping trips or evenTambu, where you can compete in outdoor skills competitions. Open to GS JRS Apr. 20-21, 2012; Time TBA $15.00/person

P Tambu 2012

North Plains, OR Would you like to put those camping, outdoor and cooking skills to the test? Then come join other Girl Scout troops for another annual Tambu competition. Possible competitions include orienteering, trail signs, fire building, knots, lashing, cooking and more. The planning committee will also offer a one day skills training for registered girls to help you prepare. Open to GS CADS - AMBS May 18-19, 2012; 4:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m. $15.00/girl; $8.00/adult

P Bird Nerds

Ashland, OR Enjoy the outdoors, learn about our feathered friends and give back to the community! Check out a variety of bird species at North Mountain Nature Park while learning how to identify some by

song, habitat, physical characteristics and behavior. You will then get to participate in a service learning project to help enhance and maintain the bird habitat. Bring a sack lunch and dress for the weather! Open to GS JRS Apr. 28, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. FREE

Girl Scout Trail Day: Backyard Birds

Tryon Creek State Park, OR Do you see crows, robins, and chickadees in your backyard? Learn to identify their calls, explore what their nests are made of and visit learning stations on the forested trails at the state park. You will also get to make your own “bird nest” to take home. Open to GS Daisies - JRS May 5, 2012; 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.; $5.00/girl Register at www.tryonfriends.org or call (503) 636-4398 No siblings or tag-a-longs please.

P Into the Wild

Selma, OR Learn to walk confidently in the wilderness with the knowledge that all you need to survive and thrive is within your reach! Spend the night in a giant yurt, enjoy campfire activities and participate in hands-on experiences that will teach you the basics of wilderness survival. Learn how to build a fire (without a match), shelter and how to collect and purify water. Open to GS JRS - AMBS May 4-5, 2012; 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 a.m. Cost TBA

P Intro to Orienteering

Jasper, OR Bring technology outside in this great opportunity to learn how to navigate your way in the wilderness. Learn map and compass orienteering and get hands on experience with a GPS. Join staff from the US Forest Service for this day of fun and don’t forget a sack lunch! (cont. pg. 14)


Open to GS JRS - AMBS June 2, 2012; Time TBA $10.00/girl

P People and Plants

Ashland, OR Walk the Ethnobotanical Trail and learn about indigenous plants of the Southern Oregon region. Make a traditional beverage and create cordage, used by Native Americans to make fishing nets, clothing and other items. Then give back to the community through a service learning project to maintain the trail and plants. Bring a sack lunch and dress for the weather. Open to GS CADS June 29, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. FREE

P Girls in the Woods

Sisters, OR Get ready to have a fantastic outdoor experience at Fish Lake in the Willamette National Forest. Enjoy two days of camping, hiking, GPS training, wildlife surveys and tracking led by Forest Service and BLM employees. On day two, Girls who want to challenge themselves can head out for a two night wilderness experience, with outdoor activities continuing for the group staying in camp. Register early, space is limited! A pre-trip training will be scheduled prior to camp. Open to GS JRS - CADS July 30-Aug. 3, 2012; 9:00 a.m. start $100.00/girl Chaperones are needed to help with Girls in the Woods! If you are interested in helping girls learn more about the outdoors please contact Lori Jensen at ljensen@girlscoutsosw.org or (800) 522-8772 x6317.

P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

Adventure Awaits at Resident Camp! Resident camp offers girls opportunities for adventure, leadership experiences and fun! Make memories to last a lifetime at Camp Arrowhead, Camp Cleawox, Camp Low Echo or Camp Whispering Winds. Registration is now open in Personify. Visit girlscoutsosw.org to view the 2012 Resident Camp Brochure or register today!


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Council-wide Events and Series Events are stand alone program offerings; examples include a career event for Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors or a journey workshop for Girl Scout Brownies. The primary difference between events and all other pathways is that different girls participate in each event, as opposed to one group of girls coming together regularly. Series offerings are a sequence of linked, cumulative program sessions that relate to a specific theme or purpose with the same group of girls participating in all sessions for a short duration. Each girl participates in the entire series as a complete program package.

Girls Save Lives Blood Drives

Join other Girl Scouts around the council to help save lives! Girls can earn a patch by helping register donors, bringing donors to the event, helping at the donation sites and more! Girl Scout Cadettes - Ambassadors are also requested to help with babysitting, face painting and running activity booths. All Girls Save Lives Blood Drive events are free and open to all Girl Scouts. City Medford, OR

Date/Time Mar. 31, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Central Oregon Salem, OR Portland, OR Vancouver, WA

April 1-16, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Apr. 7, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Apr. 14, 2012; 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. May 5, 2012; 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Additional Information Register in Personify to help. Girls who bring one or more donors will receive a patch. Register donors by calling (541) 842-4700 between January 1 - March 16 and identify yourself as a Girl Scout. For more information on time and locations call (541) 749-4109. Register donors by calling 1-800-REDCROSS or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment. For more information about the event call (503) 528-5929.

Sudden Service For sudden calls for Girl Scout assistance, Girl Scouts OSW is forming a team that truly knows the meaning of “Be Prepared!� Are you or your troop interested in doing service for special television, radio and newspaper coverage? Can your troop do a flag ceremony, or does your troop have a special interest? Can you be available on short notice? If so, this is your opportunity to sign up to be a sudden service troop or individual. All girls and adults must be registered members. Service opportunities depend on who contacts Girl Scouts OSW in need of assistance. Generally all girls must have a sash or vest; some activities may require a full uniform (i.e. white shirt and khaki pants). Participants will be chosen on a first come, first served basis. To sign up please visit girlscoutsosw.org/events/serve. Questions? Contact Lauren Shapiro, Council Program and Day Camp Manager at (800) 338-5248 x 6823 or lshapiro@girlscoutsosw.org.

P Flag Ceremony Workshop

Have fun with your girls and learn the essentials of color guard and how to conduct a flag ceremony at this workshop. Each year, there are opportunities for girls to perform flag ceremonies in every part of the council. This important community service opportunity is patriotic fun for everyone and will be taught with hands-on practice, fun games and real flags. Be a part of raising the profile of Girl Scouts in your community, learn a new skill with your troop and have a great time. Leader or co-leader participation is required. Open to all ages. City Salem, OR Eugene, OR Medford, OR Portland, OR (Open to GS JRS) Portland, OR (Open to GS CADS - AMBS)

Date/Time Apr. 17 , 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Apr. 26, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. May 19, 2012; 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. May 28, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. June 7, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

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February Events and Series P No Go Yell Tell Portland, OR Through story-telling and role playing, learn to speak up, set clear boundaries and act on your own behalf in this self-defense course. Practice using an assertive voice and body language and learn to strike with speed and commitment. Open to GS BRNS - JRS Feb. 18, Mar. 3, May 5, 2012; 10:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. $12.00/girl

P Photo Skills Workshop: Portraits

Portland, OR The portrait is one of the oldest and most influential means of artistic expression. In this workshop, you can explore the delicate and courageous process of making photographs that tell a person’s story. Examine historical portraits and create powerful portraits of your own. You’ll learn to take stunning portraits of your friends and family. Cameras provided. Open to GS JRS - SRS Feb. 18, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. $39.00

Girls Day at the World Forestry Center

Portland, OR Go on great adventures such as the raft ride down the Clackamas River, use a training simulator to jump out of an airplane, test your tree planting knowledge and use a simulator to drive a Timberjack. Get hands-on education about how bats live and interact in the world. Meet exotic reptiles, meet Curly the Camel, see the inside of an Ambulance and speak to paramedics. Take a guided tree science hike or learn how to use GPS and navigate with Google Earth. There will be commemorative patches for all Girl Scouts who attend. Advanced reservations highly recommended for all Girl Scout troops. Reserve by phone with Nathan Boles at (503) 488-2147, by email at nobles@worldforestry.org or online at worldforestry.org.

Open to all Girl Scouts Feb. 25, 2012; 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. $5.00/girl

Wells Fargo Girl Scout Programs Portland, OR Earn the limited edition Wells Fargo Fun Patch at the Wells Fargo Museum in downtown Portland. Sign up for any of these events or make arrangements with museum staff for a program to fit your schedule. Contact Steve Greenwood for more information at (503) 886-1102. Pony Express for Kids or How to Build a Telegraph Programs Open to GS JRS - AMBS Pre-scheduled dates: Feb 29; Mar. 9, 29; Apr. 18, 27; May 11, 25, 2012 My First Museum Visit, Panning for Gold, Rock to Pocket Tour or Treasure Hunt Programs Open to GS JRS - AMBS Pre-scheduled dates: Feb. 22; Mar. 16, 28; Apr. 13, 17; May 10, 15, 2012

P Portland Community Media Digital Photographer Workshop Portland, OR Earn your digital photographer badge at a real TV studio with Portland Community Media production staff. This workshop will show how television magic happens from idea to air time. Work with state of the art equipment and meet women doing brilliant work in our community. Open to GS JRS - CADS Feb. 25, Apr. 21 or June 23, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $12.00/girl

P GS Brownies Around the World Medford, OR Join us on a “journey” around the world! Learn about girls from other countries and cultures by starting the journey, A World of Girls from the It’s Your Story, Tell It! series. Earn the Hear a Story award and enjoy snacks. Open to GS BRNS Feb. 25, 2012; 2:00 - 4:30 p.m.;$6.25/girl

P 3 Hours of Power Portland, OR Learn to trust your awareness, assess situations rapidly and act in this fun selfdefense workshop. Develop assertive body language and voice. Learn to strike with speed and commitment. The workshop also addresses peer pressure and relational aggression and will help you develop the skills and confidence to set boundaries. Open to GS CADS - AMBS Feb. 25, Apr. 7, May 12, 2012; 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. $35.00/girl

Harlem Globetrotters

Portland, OR The World Famous Harlem Globetrotters will be at the Rose Garden on Saturday, February 25, 2012! Girl Scout groups save over 50% per ticket for 100 and 200 level lower bowl seating. Open to all Girl Scouts Feb. 25, 2011; Multiple Shows: 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m Contact Rose Garden Arena Scout Group Sales at 503-963-4400 to purchase tickets

A World of Sustainability: EcoAction Badge Overnight

Portland, OR The Hosteling International-Portland Hawthorne Hostel is a model of over 35 eco actions. Investigate recycling, composting, water conservation, and non-toxic cleaning products. Discover your living lightly profile, develop a sustainability pledge and daily eco-actions checklist. Take home a non-toxic cleaner or worm composting bin you make. Activities help meet the requirements of the Eco-Action badge. Spending the night at the hostel also earns you a Discover the World patch. Open to GS CADS - AMBS Feb. 25-26, 2012 $39.00/person Register with Michele at michele.machado@ hiusa.org or 503-239-0030 x401


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P Making it Matter Overnight

Salem, OR See why chemicals have all the fun! Play with polymers, the most entertaining and useful molecule known to science and discover its many shapes and forms. Try your hand at engineering bridges and making electrical connections with a flashlight or propeller car. Plenty of projects to make and take home to keep with this workshop! Includes pizza dinner, games, village exploration and breakfast! Open to GS JRS Mar. 2-3, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 a.m. $35.00/girl; $6.25/adult

World of Soaking Up Stormwater: Eco-Action Badge Overnight

Portland, OR Water coming off streets, sidewalks and roofs can pollute streams and rivers. Learn about the city’s Tabor to the River Program, tour green streets around the hostel and discover how the Hosteling InternationalPortland Hawthorne Hostel soaks up 48,000 gallons of stormwater each year. Build a mini ecoroof on a birdhouse to take home. Visit with a member of the Bureau of Environmental Services who will help you distinguish between pervious and impervious surfaces. Try your hand at designing greener cities and calculate runoff. Spending the night at the hostel also earns you a Discover the World patch. Open to GS CADS - AMBS Mar. 3-4, 2012 $39.00/person To register contact Michele at michele.machado@hiusa.org or (503) 239-0030 x401

P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

P BodyVox Performance and Workshop

Portland, OR Watch Body Vox, Portland’s internationally acclaimed dance company, perform and join in a dance workshop during intermission. Discover the joy and theatricality of movement for yourself in this fun workshop! Mar. 3. 2012; BodyVox-2 A dynamic, powerful and exceptionally talented group of dancers, BodyVox-2 has emerged as a gifted ensemble whose youth and energy provide “...a fresh look at the blend of wit and whimsy, tenderness and athleticism that define a Body Vox show,” (The Oregonian). May 12; 2012; The Cutting Room Utilizing a mash up of cinematic scenes from classic films and cutting edge independent productions, action films will blend with comedy, drama and sci-fi to create an architecture for movement motifs that reinterpret the scenes. Open to GS BRNS - JRS Various Dates; Shows start 2:00 p.m. $12.50/person

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Oregon Children’s Theatre Girl Scout Nights

Portland, OR Learn more about each play at www.octc. org. Backstage tours are available upon request and subject to availability. Oregon Children’s Theater patches are available for $2.00 with purchase of tickets. **All tickets are subject to availability so order soon!** Locomotion Mar. 3, 2012; 5:00 p.m. The Storm in the Barn May 5, 2012; 5:00 p.m. If You Give A Mouse a Cookie May 26, 2012; 2:00 p.m. Open to all Girl Scouts 2:00 p.m. Shows: Level 1 seating - $18.00/person Level 2 seating - $13.00/person 5:00 p.m. Shows: Level 1 seating - $16.00/person Level 2 seating - $11.00/person On Girl Scout nights, groups of 8 or more girls and adults get a discount rate of $11-18 (cont. pg. 19)

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P Cooper Spur Snow Tubing Day Mt. Hood, OR Join us on Mount Hood for a great day of sliding, gliding fun for all ages!

Open to all Girl Scouts. Girls must be 42” to participate. Mar. 11 or 18, 2012; 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. $11.25/person; $5.00 additional for helmet rental

P Nordic Day at Hood River Meadows

Mt. Hood, OR Glide along the gorgeous snowy trails of Hood River Meadows for this cross-country ski day! Lessons and guides are available for new skiers, contact Kathy Hansen at kathy.hansen@skihood.com to schedule a lesson or guide. Open to GS JRS - AMBS Mar. 11 or 18, 2012; 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. $8.75/girl for GS JRS - CADS $15.00/person for GS SRS - AMBS and Adults Equipment Rental: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $22.00 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $16.00

P Ski Bowl Girl Scout Ski Day Mt. Hood Come play in the snow with other Girl Scouts! Try your hand at skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing! Open to GS BRNS - AMBS Mar. 24, 2012; 3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Girl Scout Packages: Lift Price: $20.00/girl; $22.00/adult Equipment Rental Price: $30.00/girl; $36.00/adult Ski Package (lift and rental): $45.00/girl; $53.00/adult Rental package includes $10.00 ski helmet rental, bring your own ski helmet and get $10.00 off! Snow Tubing: $20.00/person Tubing Times: 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Free ski lessons available, register for lessons with Callie at (503) 977-6808.

P Portland Community Media Digital Movie Maker Workshop

Portland, OR Earn the Digital Movie Maker badge in a real TV studio working with producers and staff who make television happen every day. From camera settings and lighting to starring in your own public service announcement; this workshop will be full of amazing things to do. Bring a snack and your creative ideas! Open to GS CADS - AMBS Mar. 24, May 26, 2012 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. $12.00/girl

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for snacks (no outside food is allowed). Skating starts at 4:00 p.m. Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors must be picked up by 6:00 p.m. which leaves the rink open for a teen Girl Scout skate until 7:00 p.m. Cost includes skate rental. Open to all Girl Scouts Mar. 30, 2012; Multiple sessions GS Daisies - JRS 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. GS CADS - AMBS 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. $5.95/person (March events continue on pg. 21)

P Sew Spring Break

Eugene, OR Don’t be bored on Spring Break! You’ll have “sew” much fun with other Girl Scouts, whether you are a first time sewer or are experienced. Learn to use a Janome sewing machine to make a pillow, tote bag or more! Open to GS BRNS - AMBS Mar. 27, 28 and 29, 2012; 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. $30.00/girl

P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

Girl Scout Pet Care Days

Oregon Humane Society, OR Special tours are available for Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors. In addition to the standard tour, activities will help you earn the appropriate badge for your level. You will also get to help make toys for the shelter animals and have a snack. This event is FREE! Open to GS BRNS Mar. 27, 2012; 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Open to GS JRS Mar. 29, 2012; 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. To register for either session visit www.oregonhumane.org. Click on “services,” then “kids & teens,” and finally “tour registration form.” Space is limited so siblings/tag-a-longs are not allowed.

P Roller Skate Party at Skate City

Pendleton, OR Rockin’ DJ’s will keep you dancing while you roller skate! Plus you can play in the game room and more. This is a Girl Scout party you don’t want to miss. Bring a few dollars

RENT-A-CANOE On the HistoricCanoe Canal in Eugene & Springfield, OR In lovely Alton Baker Park & The Eastgate Woodlands Come join us and paddle In a Canoe, Kayak or SUP www.canoetour.org 541- 952 - CANOE (2266)


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Zoo Snooze, Almost Overnight & Zoo Camperoo at the Oregon Zoo Portland, OR See the zoo in a whole new light - moonlight! It’s a fun and educational experience to see our animals under the cloak of darkness one of their liveliest times. Girls get behind-the-scenes tours of the animal kitchen and vet hospital and up-close animal presentations. ZooSnooze and Almost Overnight Make a treat for the animals (and watch them eat it). ZooSnoozers get an evening snack, breakfast and admission to the zoo the next day - dinner is not included for ZooSnooze. Almost Overnighters do get dinner at the zoo. Zoo Snooze Open to GS BRNS-AMBS Apr. 14 or 21, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 a.m. $40.00/person Almost Overnight Open to GS Daisies- AMBS

Mar. 31, 2012; 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. $30.00/person P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

per Scout, includes badge if  separately available  Bring your scouts to earn badges the fun, hands‐on, Mad Science way! 

Saturdays 10:00 to 11:30 AM, Girl Scout Portland Service Center 

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MARCH 17, 2012  

APRIL 21, 2012  

MY BEST SELF Open to Brownies  Focus on nutrition and fitness, including the essential components of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Build a nutritional pie and gain an understanding of how food is used to fuel your body. Explore carbohydrates, proteins, and fats and how each provides energy for your body. This workshop will earn the Brownies Quest Journey - My Best Self Skill-Building Badge.

SHARE WATER Open to Brownies  Discover the wonders of aquatic life as you investigate the layers of the ocean, the marvel of salty water and how sea animals travel between its pressurized layers. Come away with a new appreciation for this wonderful marine habitat. This workshop directly supports the Share Water Journey Award for Brownies. Individual Journey Award patches will not be available.

SAVE WATER Open to Brownies  Oil is an energy source that is shipped thousands of miles before it reaches our city. Icky and sticky, an oil spill can make quite a mess, is difficult to clean up and destroys marine ecosystems. Devise a way to clean it up when it accidentally enters our environment! This workshop directly supports the Save Water Journey Award for Brownies. Individual Journey Award patches will not be available.

DETECTIVE Open to Juniors  Take the mystery out of sleuthing, use your skills of observation, analysis, and experimenting to dig for the facts. Gain skills at investigating as you see how detectives and scientists do it using the Scientific Method. This workshop will earn the Junior Get Moving Journey Detective Skill-Building Badge.

PRODUCT DESIGNER Open to Juniors  Innovators, inventors and product designers often stumble upon a problem and create a solution. See how inventors work and learn how many new products happen by accident. Anyone, at any age, can be an inventor. This workshop will earn the Junior aMUSE Journey - Product Designer Skill-Building Badge.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Open to Juniors  Staying healthy is about more than just eating right, it’s creating a healthy environment. Explore the effects of tobacco smoke and see how it affects respiration and the heart. Don’t let your environment go up in smoke. This workshop directly supports the Agent of Change Journey Award for Juniors. Individual Journey Award patches will not be available.

To register http:// register.madscience.org/ portland

 MAY 19, 2012   HOME SCIENTIST Open to Brownies  Everything is made of molecules including our food and our bodies. Delve into the basics of body chemistry and find out how the human body breaks down food and turns it into the energy we use. This workshop will earn the Brownie Quest Home Scientist Skill-Building Badge. INVESTIGATE ENERGY Open to Juniors  What makes a ball bounce? How does a rollercoaster work? Why do we eat? The answer is the same… energy! Change the state of energy from chemical, to solar, to mechanical and experiment with rubber bands, racecars, and catapults in this energetic exploration of energy! This workshop directly supports the Get Moving Journey Award for Juniors. Individual Journey Award patches will not be available.

Mad Science  1522 N. Ainsworth Portland Oregon  (503) 230‐8040   www.madscience.org/portland  


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P Mt. Hood Meadows Downhill Ski Day Mt. Hood, OR Experience the thrill of downhill skiing at Mount Hood Meadows! The New Skiers package includes the buttercup lift, a two hour lesson (for ages 13+) and equipment rental.

Open to GS CADS - AMBS Apr. 7, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $60.00/person (New Skier Package) Experienced skiers contact Kathy at kathy.hansen@skihood.com for group rate information.

P Free to Be You and Me: Troop Self-Portraits

Portland, OR Learn the basics of photography, cameras and lighting. Learn to use funky retro cameras and make portraits of yourself and your friends! Take home a matted photo to share! Open to GS JRS - AMBS Apr. 12, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. $25.00/person

P Around the World with Kids Cooking Corner

Vancouver, WA Get a taste of international cooking with this introduction to “Around the World.” Your troop/group can have input about the country you research for this event! Try P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.

your hand at foods from one country and get more information about this fantastic series program! Learn interesting food facts, such as what spices, veggies and fruits originate from what countries. Take home a world studies quiz, world maps, geography activities and recipes from the country you learn about. The most important part of this course is cooking the recipes native to the country and above all, eating our masterpieces! Visit http:// thekidscookingcorner.com/home/?page_ id=28 for more details about this program! *This is a nut-free cooking environment.

P SafeHaven’s Education Experience

Open to GS CADS - AMBS April 12, 2012; 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. $35.00/girl

Salem, OR Join other Girl Scouts for a workshop making masks, playing theater games and learn how to make balloon hats. After the workshop stay for Double Play Saturday which includes an interactive play, a familyfriendly movie and a pizza lunch.

P Climbing 101 at the Vault Climbing Gym

St. Helen’s, OR Learn about the climbing world, from famous women climbers to terminology, gear and types of clothing. Try out some simple climbing techniques on the climbing wall to get a feel for the exciting world of climbing! Adults required with all groups/ individuals. Open to GS BRNS - JRS Apr. 14, 28; May 19, 2012 GS Brownies - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. GS Juniors - 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. $8.75/person

P CSI: UO - Forensic Science Day at University of Oregon

Eugene, OR A murder occured last night in the lab and we need your help to solve the case. Bring a sack lunch and come collect and analyze the evidence to find the murderer. Use state of the art instruments including a scanning electron microscope! Perform fingerprint identification, ink chromatography, chemical analysis, isolate DNA, and more. With help from members of the Women in Graduate Studies you will also earn your Uncovering the Evidence badge. Open to GS CADS - AMBS Apr. 14, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $5.00/person

Albany, OR Join us for a tour of the SafeHaven Humane Society. Interact with the animals and participate in a craft project. Have fun while you learn about animal welfare! Open to all Girl Scouts Apr. 15, May 20, 2012; 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. $2.50/girl

P Double Play Saturday with Cwerks Interactive Theatre

Open to GS Daisies - JRS Apr. 21, 2012; 10:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. $19.00/girl; $15.00/adult

P Tamastslikt Cultural Institute

Pendleton, OR When you’re dealing with 10,000 years of living history, every day is a major event. Immerse yourself in the history, culture and hospitality of the people who have lived on this land. Experience the storied past, rich present and bright future of the tribes through interactive exhibits, special events and a living culture village. Learn about the traditions of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla tribes. Storytelling & Traditional Stick Game Hear traditional storytelling and learn a traditional stick game after the museum tour. Open to all Girl Scouts Apr. 21, 2012 Tour - 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. $2.50/person Storytelling and Game Time 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. $3.75/person


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Portland, OR Are you a dreamer? A visionary? Join us to experiment with retro cameras and innovative photo techniques to bring your dreams to life through art! Cameras provided. Open to GS JRS - SRS Apr. 21, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. $39.00/girl

P Earth is Our Home

Salem, OR Celebrate Earth Day with a behind the scenes tour of A.C. Gilbert’s Discovery Village and its efforts to reduce, re-use and recycle. Give in to your creative side in our Toy Inventor’s Workshop, build a worm condo, plant some flowers, and make a pizza box oven to harness the sun’s energy and cook yourself a snack. Open to GS Brownies Apr. 21, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. $20.00/girl

P Challenge Course Adventure!

Portland, OR Spend a day swinging in the trees! Throughout your day of adventure you will experience working together as a team and problem solving as a group on our low elements and through group initiatives. Time will also be spent challenging yourself as you experience climbing in a harness to heights of more than 25 feet on elements like the catwalk log or giant swing. Open to GS JRS - AMBS Apr. 21, May 19, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $40.00/person

Lewis & Clark Badge Day

Canby, OR Learn about Lewis & Clark, their dog Seaman and their friend Sacagawea. Learn skills they used as explorers and other fun facts about their journey. Open to all Girl Scouts Apr. 21, 2012; GS Daisies - JRS - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. GS CADS - AMBS - 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $12.00/girl To register contact JoAnn Rothi at (503) 655-6559 or rothipj@comcast.net.

P Rogue Rock Climbing

Medford, OR Ready for some adventure?! Check out this exclusive climbing workshop just for Girl Scouts! Have fun and challenge yourself to whatever level you want to push to. Learn to boulder and tie knots, play some games, do some slack-lining and much more! Includes climbing shoes, harness and helmet rental. Open to GS BRNS, CADS - AMB GS BRNS - Apr. 21, 2012; GS CADS – AMBS – Apr. 28, 2012 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. $12.50/girl

P Fire Safety Day

Vancouver, WA Learn about fire safety from a true firefighter including stop, drop and roll, how smoke detectors work and how to complete a home safety survey. Practice exiting a building when there is a fire and learn some basic first aid. This event will complete many requirements for the new First Aid badges. Open to GS BRNS - JRS April 22, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. FREE

P Teen Extravaganza at Mountaindale

North Plains, OR Have you ever wanted to earn your Program Aide (PA) Pin? What about exploring the world by air, rail, or foot? Join us for a funfilled weekend where older girls can come together at Mountaindale. You will have an opportunity to select from Travel Discovery Weekend or PA training in addition to learning about the Girl Scout Silver Award or what it takes to go for the Girl Scout Gold Award. Spend time with other teen Girl Scouts in the great outdoors. Open to GS CADS - AMBS April 27-29, 2011 6:00 p.m.-12:00p.m. $30.00/girl, $24.00/adult

Arrowhead Family Work Party

Stevenson, WA Love Camp Arrowhead? Come as a family or as a troop (all adults must be registered, approved volunteers), bring a sack lunch and enjoy giving back to camp. Projects available for all abilities from sweeping to

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light building, possible trail work and get camp ready for spring/summer use. Those who wish to spend the night may do so, at no cost, but must advise ahead of time. April 14, 2012; 9:30 am to 3:00 pm FREE; RSVP to the Arrowhead Committee at doskid@msn.com.

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May Events and Series Events repeated Event Wells Fargo Girl Scout Programs Body Vox Performance and Workshop Oregon Children’s Theater: The Storm in the Barn Oregon Children’s Theater: If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Portland Community Media Digital Movie Maker Workshop Climbing 101 at the Vault Gym SafeHaven’s Eduation Experience Challenge Course Adventure!!

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3 Hours of Power No Go Yell Tell

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Medford, OR Do you like animals? Want to learn more about taking care of them? Join us on a GS Daisy journey into the wild world of animals! Begin the 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! journey and earn the Bird Bath award. Learn about wildlife & pets, make & eat a healthy snack and make new friends.

Open to GS Daisies May 5, 2012; 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $6.25/girl

P Pet Fun

Eugene, OR Enjoy learning about pets and their care! Meet staff from a pet store, a veterinarian and craft a creative and imaginative takehome pet. Snack and fun patch included! Open to GS Daisies - BRNS May 5, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. $8.00/girl

GSOSW Online Resources Lost your registration form? Need to make things easier for a new volunteer? Almost all forms used by Girl Scouts OSW can be found on our web site at http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/adults/forms. Many forms can be submitted electronically. Check for a submit button or an email address of a GSOSW staff member included on the form.


girlscoutsosw.org P Cascade Locks Museum Tour and Paddle Wheeler Cruise

The Dalles, OR It’s a day of history and adventure in the breathtaking Columbia Gorge. Enjoy a tour of the Cascade Locks Historical Museum & learn about the historic waterways and locks, Native American history in the Gorge, railroads, fish wheels, sternwheelers, steamboats and more! Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in Marine park, climb aboard the triple deck Colombia Gorge Sternwheeler and experience history firsthand. Watch the river roll by and hear about the Lewis and Clark Expedition on your journey. Open to all Girl Scouts May 12, June 30, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $15.00/girl; $18.75/adult

P CSI Overnight at A.C. Gilbert’s Discovery Village Salem, OR If your favorite TV shows and movies involve analyzing blood splatter, crime

scene tape, and dusting for fingerprints, this mystery filled overnight is for you! Analyze clues and solve the mystery in the three historic Victorian homes. Here’s your chance to isolate DNA in the kitchen lab, learn some forensic skills, explore careers in forensic science, and make a DNA smoothie. Includes pizza dinner, games, village exploration and breakfast! Open to GS JRS - SRS May 18 - 19, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 a.m. $35.00/girl; $6.25/adult

P ScienceWorks Sleepover

Ashland, OR This year’s theme is all about space and space travel! Join ScienceWorks and members of the Southern Oregon Skywatchers as we do some star gazing outside using high-powered telescopes. You’ll also get to experience all of the great exhibits at ScienceWorks, including the popular Outreach to Space exhibits. In the Discovery Lab, you’ll make a pocket solar system, build a rocket and more.

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Open to GS BRNS – JRS May 19-20, 2012; 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 a.m. $35.00/girl; $12.50/adult

P Dream Photography

Portland, OR Are you a dreamer? What do your dreams mean to you? Learn tips and tricks for capturing the magic of your dreams in photographs. Start by reflecting on your dreams in writing and photography and create a mini dream journal to take home. Open to GS JRS - SRS May 28, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. $20.00/girl

P = Personify registration is required for this event. All event registrations close when capacity is reached or two weeks prior to the event, whichever comes first, unless otherwise stated.


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P Zoo Camperoo

Portland, OR See the Zoo in a whole new light - moonlight! Bring your tent and sleeping bag to camp out in the Oregon Zoo. See the animals under the cloak of darkness - one of their liveliest times. Get behind-the-scenes tours of the animal kitchen and vet hospital, up close animal presentations, evening snack, and campfire. A special morning tour wraps up this popular and memorable event with a continental breakfast and see an animal get a special enrichment treat/toy. General zoo admission is included for the following day. Dinner is not included. Open to all Girl Scouts June 2-3, 8-9, 9-10, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 a.m. $35.00/person

P Farmer for a Day

Jacksonville, OR Visit Southern Oregon’s only care farm; where people, animals and the earth come together for mutual healing. The day will start with a tour of Sanctuary One, a real working farm on 55 acres in Applegate Valley. You’ll meet the many farm animals, dogs and cats, visit Mule Creek, walk the labyrinth and much more! After lunch you’ll get to participate in an animal or garden related service learning project. Open to all Girl Scouts June 2, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. $6.25/person

P Construction for the Modern Scout

Portland, OR This two day program includes a variety of hands-on workshops and seminars. You will be working with tools, equipment and materials to construct projects from

start to finish. Learn about the multiple sides of what a career in construction can offer from special guest speakers. Earn a NAWIC badge and rocker and look for more offerings next fall! Sunday breakfast and lunch for both days is provided. Dinner and overnight accommodations are not provided - but check out the local GSOSW properties for possible overnight stays! Open to GS CADS June 2-3, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. each day $30.00/girl; $6.25/adult

Oregon Milk Carton Boat Races

Westmoreland Park, Portland, OR Join contestants from all around to see races like nothing else! Children and adults race and show off their handmade boats that float only by means of recycled milk cartons and jugs. Build a boat that’s creative, imaginative or sleek and slim for racing. Open to all Girl Scouts June 10, 2012; Starts 11:00 a.m. No registration necessary for spectators. To race please register by June 3 and get directions on how to build a boat. More information is available at www. dairyfarmersor.com/milkcartonboatrace/.

P He ’n Me Outdoor Climb

The Dalles, OR Bring your Dad, brother, grandpa or other special guy to celebrate Father’s Day with an outdoor climb at Horsethief Butte in Columbia Hills State Park! Certified staff will guide you on a series of fun easy climbs, suitable for all levels of experience. Climbers will get to see some of the oldest Native American pictographs and petroglyphs in the Northwest that make this special climbing area famous. Open toGS BRNS - CADS June 16, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $80.00/person

P Sewing Workshop

Eugene, OR Spend your summer being creative! Learn to use a Janome sewing machine. Sew yourself a pillow, bag, pajama bottoms, lap quilt, or create your own project. Come

away with a sewing kit and the item(s) you make! Open to GS JRS - SRS June 18, 20 and 21 or July 18, 20 and 21 or Aug. 13, 15 and 16, 2012; 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. $40.00/girl

P Springtime Outdoor Climb

Troutdale, OR Springtime Outdoor Club Ever wanted to climb outside on a real rock face? Join The Vault Gym’s certified staff at Broughton Bluff for an outdoor adventure you’ll remember. Nestled in Lewis and Clark State Park at the tip of the Gorge sits a spectacular climbing wall with over a hundred routes. Perfect for every level of rock climber to explore. Learn new climbing skills and see some magnificent sights only climbers get to enjoy. Open to GS BRNS - CADS June 30, 2012; GS BRNS 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. GS JRS - CADS 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. $80.00/person

P Hands in the Sand

Portland, OR Learn the basics of building majestic sand sculptures using sand forms from established sand masters and practice building your own mini-sand sculpture. Get a behind the scenes experience of the practice site where team from Yoshida’s Sand in the City do test runs of their sand sculptures before participating in the big competition. Snacks and beverages will be provided. Open to GS JRS - AMBS June 30, July 1, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. $10.00/girl; $12.00/adult

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July-August Events and Series P Fashionistas Going Green

Events repeated Event Hands in the Sand Sewing Workshop Sewing Workshop

Date July 1 July 18, 20 & 21 Aug. 13, 15 & 16

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Portland, OR You have great ideas! You are passionate about an issue that the world needs to understand. Learn the tools for getting your message out there as we work together to create personal public service posters. Work towards your MEdia journey Influence award in this amazing workshop. Open to GS JRS - SRS July 10, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $22.00/girl

Eugene, OR Are you wanting a new look? Have some clothes that you don’t wear anymore? Want to add some excitement to your wardrobe? Come to our clothing swap and find new pieces for your wardrobe while being eco-friendly. Bring as many clothes and accessories as you like. Each participant will recieve a ticket per item brought and will be able to “purchase” clothing. All nonswapped items will be donated. Open to GS CADS - AMBS July 28, 2012; 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. $2.00/person

P Girl Scout Night with Emeralds

Eugene, OR Join other Girl Scouts for a sleepover at the Eugene Emeralds PK Park Stadium. Arrive with your troop’s banner to be part of a pregame Girl Scout parade on the field. Enjoy a post-game player autograph session,

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pictures with Sluggo, the team mascot, and a movie later on the giant video board. Have a midnight snack and receive a patch too! Open to all Girl Scouts August 3-4, 2012; 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. Price TBA

P Raft the Rogue

Medford, OR Spend the day on the beautiful Rogue River and experience the thrill of white water rafting! This guided trip is excellent for beginners and experienced rafters, as it starts mellow, with rapids progressing for seven miles. In between the rapids, keep your eyes peeled to spot wildlife and waterfowl. Bring a lunch and enjoy the day long trip. An adventure you don’t want to miss! Open to GS CADS - AMBS Aug. 22, 2012; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. $105.00/person

Experience Pacific Science Center Overnight! Explore exhibits, take part in the Balloon Car Race Challenge, see a planetarium show, laser light show and more.

ULTIMATE SCIENCE CHALLENGE CAMP-IN Are you up to the challenge? For your troop’s exclusive dates, more information and to register, visit pacificsciencecenter.org today.

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Teen Mentoring Programs and Highest Awards P GIRL SCOUT BRONZE, SILVER AND GOLD AWARDS

The Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards remain the highest awards in Girl Scouting. Guidelines are available at girlscoutsosw.org or in The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting. The Girl Scouts Bronze Award is earned by GS Juniors, the Girl Scout Silver Award by GS Cadettes and the Girl Scout Gold Award by GS Seniors or Ambassadors.

Gold Award Information Workshop

Join other Girl Scouts to learn more about the steps for earning your Girl Scout Gold Award! Learn tips and helpful hints from other girls who have earned their awards and from adult advisors. Open to GS Seniors and Ambassadors. City Eugene, OR Portland, OR North Plains, OR Teen Extravaganza at Mountaindale

Date/Time Apr. 10, 2012; 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Apr. 14, 2012; 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Apr. 27-29, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Cost $2.50/girl $2.50/girl $30.00/girl

Silver Award Information Workshop

Join other Girl Scouts to learn more about the steps for earning your Girl Scout Silver Award! Learn tips and helpful hints from other girls who have earned their awards and from adult advisors. Open to GS Cadettes. City Eugene, OR Portland, OR North Plains, OR Teen Extravaganza at Mountaindale

Date/Time Apr. 10, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Apr. 14, 2012; 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Apr. 27-29, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Cost $2.50/girl $2.50/girl $30.00/girl

P PROGRAM AIDE TRAININGS

“When you guide people or teach them something you know, you’re acting as a mentor.” Program Aide is one of the special mentoring programs designed for older girls to share their skills and experiences with younger girls. Any Girl Scout Cadette, Senior or Ambassador can take this training to learn to work with a troop or camp unit of younger girls under the supervision of an adult volunteer or staff member. This leadership workshop will train girls in responsibility of leadership, Girl Scouts basics, growth and development, dealing with groups of girls and more. Trainings will be held in multiple locations across the council. Girls will need both a core and speciality training. If only a core training is offered in your area, check with your local day camp or other Girl Scout community members about if they offer a speciality training in another setting.

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Add. Information

Core and Specialty

Eugene, OR

Apr. 13-15, 2012; 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.

$20.00/girl

Core and Speciality

North Bend, OR

$8.00/girl, $3.00 adult

Core

Medford, OR

Apr. 14, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Apr. 21, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Apr. 27-29, 2012 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m. May 5, 2012 9:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

$14.00/girl, $5.00 adult

Includes PA pin, manual, lodging, late night snack Friday-breakfast Sunday (please eat Friday night dinner before arriving or bring with you). Includes PA pin, manual, snack, bring sack lunch. Includes PA pin, manual, lunch. Includes PA pin, manual, lodging, dinner Fridaybreakfast Sunday. * Includes PA pin, manual, dinner, bring a sack lunch and drink. **

Teen Extravaganza (Core North Plains, OR and Speciality) Core and Speciality

Bend, OR

$10.00/girl, $5.00 adult $30.00/girl, $24.00 adult

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Add. Information

Core

Philomath, OR

May 6, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

$7.50/girl

Core and Speciality

Rhododendron, OR

May 18-20, 2012 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.

$30.00/girl, $24.00 adult

Core

Corvallis, OR

$10.00/girl, $5.00 adult

Core and Speciality

Camas, WA

June 2, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. June 23, 2012 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Digital Media Studo Speciality Digital Media Studo Speciality

Portland, OR

April 7, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. June 2, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

$10.00/girl

Includes PA pin, manual, lunch. Contact Alma Jean King at (541) 990-5149 or kingfarmgrma@msn.com to register. Includes PA pin, manual, lodging, dinner Fridaybreakfast Sunday. Includes PA pin, manual, lunch. Includes PA pin, manual, lunch. Contact Beth Osgood at beth.osgood@gmail.com to register. Please bring lunch.

$10.00/girl

Please bring lunch.

Portland, OR

$15.00/girl

* See Teen Extravaganza in April Events for more details. **May take core and specialty separately. Core is from 9:30 - 3:30 p.m. and costs $6; Specialty is from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. and cost $8 and includes dinner. Please contact Lauren Shapiro for questions about becoming a program aide at lshapiro@girlscoutsosw.org or (800) 338-5248 x 6823.


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Anytime Activities Anytime activities are listings for council program partners that can be scheduled at any time by individual troops or groups. Please schedule a minimum of four weeks in advance. For more information, visit girlscoutsosworg.

Oregon Humane Society Tour

Portland, OR Join us for a tour of the Oregon Humane Society! Tour includes: • An educational presentation about the Oregon Humane Society. • The opportunity to share treats with the shelter residents (you must provide your own high quality dog or cat treats and/or leafy lettuce). • A chance to view our veterinarians performing surgery. • A visit to the Pet Memorial Garden and the oldest pet cemetery west of the Mississippi River.

• A visit to Bobbie the wonder dog’s

house and grave site. Learn how Bobbie became a local hero.

Open to all Girl Scouts FREE Tours are given Monday - Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tour length is between 1-2 hours depending on the age of the group. To schedule a tour please visit our website at www.oregonhumane.org. Click “services,” then “kids & teens,” and finally “tour registration form.”

Forestry Fun for Girl Scouts

Tillamook, OR Bring your troop to the Tillamook Forest Center to learn about how we are all connected to forests using the Tillamook State Forest as your learning lab! Open to GS BRN - AMBS FREE Available to groups of 15 or more girls. For information on registering visit www.tillamookforestcenter.org.


PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE

PAID

SALEM, OR PERMIT NO. 526

9620 SW Barbur Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97219

Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington NW CENTENNIAL ROUNDUP Participate in activities Girl Scouts have enjoyed for 100 years! More information located on page 9 of this guide or at girlscoutsosw.org. Registration opening soon! August 6-12, 2012 | Sweet Home, Oregon Open to incoming Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors.


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