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Spring 2010

Program and Training Calendar

Caveland Service Center


Spring Program & Training Calendar Caveland Service Center About the Calendar Inside this book , you‘ll find descriptions of events, workshops, trainings, and other activities that the Caveland Service Center has developed to serve Girl Scouts and volunteers in our area. These programs have been designed to enrich the Girl Scout experience. Please take the time to look through this publication and plan your Girl Scout year early. Be sure to note deadlines! We encourage you to register early for all program and education events, as they often fill up prior to the registration deadline. We will also be adding events throughout the year, so visit our website, www.kyanags.org, to check out council-wide events, subscribe to the Cave News weekly eBlast, the Program eBlast, and the quarterly Cavelander newsletter. If you are not already receiving these email communications and would like to, please email sferguson@kyanags.org. Additional registration forms, extra copies of this calendar, and flyers on new programs will be located in the service center for your convenience.

This calendar is also available online in a .pdf at http://kyanags.org/about/SaraFerguson.aspx


Caveland Service Center Office Information 901 Lehman Avenue, Suite 7 Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270) 842-8138 (888) 771-5172 www.kyanags.org

Regular Hours Monday through Friday: 8:30am to 5:00pm

Please note the following dates the office will be closed: Friday December 31, 2010 Monday January 17th Monday February 21st Monday May 30th Monday July 4th

New Years Martin Luther King, Jr. Day President's Day Memorial Day Independence Day

And once a month for staff meetings.

Resources Available for your Use The following items may be borrowed by Girl Scout troops for the enrichment of the troop program. These items must be reserved, as there is a limited quantity. Items should not be passed from one volunteer to another. All items must be picked up at the service center and returned during office hours on the date due. Use the Camping Equipment Request Form # 662 to reserve camping equipment available at Camp Houchens and Barren Ridge. All camping equipment is to be checked out at Camp Houchens and Barren Ridge. All other items listed below are available at the Service Center. Those marked with an *asterisk are only available at camp. Return all items clean, complete, and ready for another leader to check out.

The Caveland Library is also located at the Service Center. Book, Home Studies, Program Boxes, video, cassette, and game resources may be checked out at the front desk for two weeks.

Camping Equipment*

Miscellaneous Items

Ceremony Equipment

Cooking Sets, Canoes

Banners

Daisy Flags, American Flags

Iron Dutch Oven, Water Coolers

Cookie Costumes

GSUSA Flags, White Gloves

Skillets, Ice Machines

Jump Ropes

World Trefoil Flags, Red Sashes

Pie Irons, Ropes

Parachutes & Games

Flag Stands, Wood Candle Holder


Caveland Office Staff Directory 270-842-8138 Deborah Faircloth dfaircloth@kyanags.org Regional Director ext. 12222

Felicia Bland fbland@kyanags.org Outreach Coordinator ext. 15222

Sara Ferguson sferguson@kyanags.org Program Delivery Coordinator ext. 14222

Della Edwards dedwards@kyanags.org Membership Coordinator (Caveland Satellite Office) ext. 17222

Cathy Parker cparker@kyanags.org Volunteer Coordinator ext. 13222

Kim Lindsey klindsey@kyanags.org Temporary Office Manager ext. 10222

Brenda Warren bwarren@kyanags.org Membership Coordinator ext. 16222

Rebecca Wilson rwilson@kyanags.org Membership Coordinator ext. 11222


Spring Programs by Date 8-Jan Republic Bank, Daisies

D

15-Jan Republic Bank, Brownies

B

22-Jan Republic Bank. Juniors

J

22-Jan WKU Dance Clinic

DBJSCA

27-Jan Habitat for Humanity Ms. Fix It

J

39-Jan Republic Bank, Cd‘s Sr‘s

C, S

7-Feb Valentines Contest Deadline

DBJSCA

12-Feb Dancercize

DB

17-Feb Book Club

DBJSCA

21-Feb Swimming at Allen County

DBJSCA

26-Feb KD- Uniquely Me

JC

5-Mar Visual Arts Day @ KY Museum

BJ

21-Mar Christian County Humane Society

BJ

26-Mar Visual Arts with ARTaccess

J

29-Mar Spa Fabulous

DBJSCA

2-Apr Camp PennyRoyal High Ropes

CSA

4-Apr Babysitting Clinic, Medical Center

JCS

9-Apr Warren County Humane Society 16-Apr Hot Yoga

TBA JSCA

30-Apr Lost River Cave 30-Apr Oakwood Farms

DBJSCA CSA

1-May Help Girls Stop Bullying 13-May Scouts Night with the Hot Rods

BJC DBJSCA

14-May Forever Green 15-May Gold/Silver Award Luncheon

DBJSCA

21-May Camp PennyRoyal High Ropes 28-May Oakwood Farms

CSA DB

28-May Oakwood Farms 6-Jun Warren County Day Camp

J


Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Procedures A great program begins with a smooth registration. Please follow the following guidelines and procedures. For more accurate and fair registering, please follow the registration schedule below: Program Open for registration January-February

January 1, ‗10

March- April

February 1, 10

May-July

March 1, ‗10

Please sign up for weekly Program Eblasts sent via email about the latest programs, programs in the works, deadlines and closings, and new programs. Email sferguson@kyanags.org if you would like to be added to the Program Eblast list. You can remove yourself from the list at any time.

All girls participating in Girl Scout programs must be registered GSUSA members. If you are not registered, you may do so by indicating this on the program registration form attached to the flyer and by filling out a membership form.

Leaders will receive updated information on programs at Service Unit Meetings, via e-mail, through the monthly agenda, Cave News, program Eblasts, and ―Cavelander‖ newsletter. Leaders can also find information by visiting the website at www.kyanags.org and looking at the calendar of events and www.kyanags.org/about/saraferguson.aspx

Leaders will be called concerning filled programs, or program cancellations one week prior to the date of the event. Leaders will be contacted on changes or cancellations due to weather conditions. Providing contact information when registering is crucial.

Program confirmation and directions to the event will be sent via email one week prior to the event to the leaders e-mail. Please disseminate the information to your troops as needed. Providing a leader‘s email address during registration is crucial.

Payments are due when registration is mailed. You must turn in your payment at the time of registration or you will not be registered. Also, please call AHEAD before you send to ensure there are spots still available.

When registering for an event Please fill in ALL information. Register the number of girls and the number of adults attending the program if asked.

In order to ensure that we are serving all populations, please include the racial and ethnic background information of your troop on your registration form.


Include total payment with a check (written to GSK unless otherwise specified), Cookie Dough, Program Bucks, QSP, Scoutership Requests, or Gift Certificate (for Program Aide or Volunteer Service) along with your registration form. If an adult fee is listed for a program it must be included in order for adults to attend.

Mail the form and the payment before the deadline. Please have the registration and payment here by the deadline date, not postmarked by the date.

Prepare your girls for the event by checking their understanding of the goals and purposes of the event, the respectful manners and hand signals which are used, and any supplied or clothing needed.

Please call and report any registered girls/adults who will not be attending. This way those on the waiting list can be contacted. Once registration is paid the money will not be refunded, unless the program is cancelled!

Extra hands are needed to make each event successful. Call the Service Center and ask for Sara for details on how to volunteer

In the event of a program being full and a large amount of scouts are still asking to attend, a waiting list will be created.

When you are at the Event… Things to Remember: o Pre-registered troops should arrive and depart program events together as a troop. Be on time. Moms dropping off their daughter must meet up with the troop leader before the mom can leave. Girl scouts are never to be dropped off at an event assuming they will find their troop. This is for their safety. o Leaders should sign in all of their girls on the sign in sheet. o At the end of the event leaders and troops should assist with any clean-up. Maintain the Adult/Girl Ratio: Troop leaders should follow the ―Safety Wise‖ Adult/Girl Ratio providing adult volunteers for Girl Scout Program activities. In most instances adult registrations will be limited to the Safety Wise Ratios to ensure that all girls wanting to participate can. Adults can be put on a waiting list until registration has closed, and can then fill available spots. Daisy- 2 adults: 1-6 scouts Junior- 2 adults: 1-16 scouts Cadette: 2 adults: 1-20 scouts Senior- 2 adults: 1-24 scouts Ambassador: 2 adults: 1-24 scouts Plus one adult for each additional four Daisies, six Brownies, eight Juniors, ten Cadettes, and twelve Seniors and Ambassadors.


Tagalongs: Tagalongs are siblings who are not registered members of the Girl Scouts. They may not come or participate in any Girl Scout program. Occasionally, the GSO will offer events open to family and tagalongs. These will be advertised as such. We do not allow little brothers or additional girls who are not girl scouts at our programs for insurance reasons and it does not align with our Girl Scout Law and Promise. Additionally, it doesn‘t allow those individuals planning these events to properly ensure the overall safety and welfare of our girls.

When paying for the Program, keep in mind… Refund Policy: Refunds will be issued in the event of a cancellation on the part of the presenter or GSK. Refunds will not be issued for any other reason. No refunds will be given for arriving late, leaving early, or attending partial programs. Expect refunds to be issued 2-3 weeks post the date of the event. Cookie Dough, QSP, Program Bucks: Girls may use cookie dough, QSP, and program bucks for Council, Service Center, and Service Unit sponsored events. Events not sponsored by GSK (meaning the registration is not done by GSK) are not eligible to be paid for by these means. Cookie dough may be used for membership registration, programs, day-camp, retail items (except for items that have been earned like badges), Destinations, and Amusement Park tickets. Program Bucks can be used for all of the above except retail items. QSP can be used for everything except programs. Cookie dough may not be used for adult expenses!!! Adult Entry Fees: In some instances there is an adult fee required for entrance to museums, fees for presenters, refreshments, or meals. When spots available for an event are based on all bodies present (not just scouts) All adults must register. Scouterships: Financial assistance is available for registered girls or adults who want to participate in events, but are prevented from doing so because of financial hardship. Application forms are available from your Service Unit Manager or the Service Center. Leader (or another Girl Scout adult) recommendations are needed to support all requests except membership fees. Scouterships are available for the following purposes:  Council, Service Center, or Service Unit events  Adult Education and Training workshops  Trips to World Centers  National Membership fees  Day Camp  Destinations  Older Girl Programs/CSPB  Resident Camp


How to fill out a registration form for a program‌


How a Bank Works! When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective

January 8, 2011 Republic Bank- 1700 Scottsville RD (BG) Daisies Only 12:00p-2:00p $4.00 including a fun patch Daisies get a better understanding of the basics of dealing with money Deadline January 6th, 2011 @ Noon!

Please fill out all blanks in case of refund/cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 03.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2515 75-211-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for

How Many ________

DAISIES BROWNIE JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Republic Bank invites Daisies to take a tour of the bank, learn how banks work, what a vault is, and other activities.


Penny Power at Republic Bank January 15, 2011 Republic Bank- 1700 Scottsville RD (BG) Brownies Only 12:00p-2:00p $4.00 includes Penny Power Try-It Brownies get a better understanding of financing during the cookie season and earn the Penny Power Try It Deadline January 10th, 2011 @ Noon!

Please fill out all blanks in case of refund/cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 03.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2516 75-212-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES

Republic Bank invites Brownies to come tour their bank and earn the Penny Power Try-it! During this cookie season, Brownies will learn about money: how to save it, spend it, earn it, borrow it, and donate it!

BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective


Consumer Power at Republic Bank January 22, 2011 Republic Bank- 1700 Scottsville RD (BG) Juniors Only 12:00p-3:00p $4.00 includes Consumer Power Badge Juniors get a better understanding of financing during the cookie season and earn the Consumer Power Badge Deadline January 14th, 2011 @ Noon!

Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 03.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2846 75-213-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES

Republic Bank invites Juniors to come tour their bank and earn the Consumer Power badge! During this cookie season, Juniors will learn about how to make your money last, be a smart shopper, and get the most for your money!

JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective


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Dance Clinic with the Topperettes! When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline

January 22, 2011 Diddle Arena, WKU All Girl Scouts! Register at 11:00a $7.00 includes scout’s ticket to game Practice healthy living and exercise Jan 18 for scouts Jan 18 for discounted tickets.

Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $7.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2519 75-215-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS

ALL SCOUTS

WKU Topperettes invite all girl scouts to perform a dance routine at a WKU Basketball Game! The clinic will last from 11-1:30p and the game is at 3:00p that afternoon. Family/Friends can purchase discounted tickets to that game at $5.00 each. You must purchase your family tickets from the GSO by Jan 18th! After that you will have to purchase tickets at the door. Lunch is on your own.


Be Ms. Fix It!

With WKU Habitat for Humanity

January 27, 2011 Environmental Science Hall, WKU RM 111 Juniors Only 6:00p-8:30p $8.00/ scout includes Ms. Fix It Badge Juniors learn how to do basic repairs around the house, fosters independence. Deadline January 20th, 2010 @ NOON

WKU Habitat for Humanity is hosting a Ms. Fix It workshop for Juniors. Girls will attempt to compete the badge and learn great household skills including how to hang a level picture frame, read a manual, how a toilet works, and more! Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 08.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2846 75-213-6240

JUNIORS

How Many ________

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES

Troop Leader Name

CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective


Dollars and Sense at Republic Bank January 29, 2011 Republic Bank- 1700 Scottsville RD (BG) Cadettes and Seniors Only 12:00p-3:00p $4.00 includes Dollars and Sense IP Juniors get a better understanding of financing during the cookie season and earn the Consumer Power Badge Deadline January 21st, 2011 @ Noon!

Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 03.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2518 75-215-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES

Republic Bank invites Juniors to come tour their bank and earn the Consumer Power badge! During this cookie season, Juniors will learn about how to make your money last, be a smart shopper, and get the most for your money! GIRLS WILL ALSO BE GIVEN REQUIREMENTS TO DO BEFORE THE EVENT. Email Sara for what they are.

SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective


Caveland is holding a Valentines decorating contest! Individual scouts can submit their best valentines to the GSO by Feb 7th @ Noon. There will be a prize for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place! All submissions will be given to a local nursing home. When you turn in the valentine, write on a separate paper the scout’s name, troop number, and describe the valentine so the winners can be contacted. Awards will go to most artistically done! Be

creative!


February 12, 2011 1751 Scottsville Rd (BG) Dance Arts of BG Daisies and Brownies 2:00p-3:30 $5.00/scout includes Dancercize Try it or Dance Patch Practice healthy living, exercise, and advance multicultural diversity Deadline February 2nd, 2011 @ Noon! Maximum 30 Scouts (If you are a large troop, please make your own arrangements with Dance Arts, 270-842-6811) Join Martha Madison and her company of great instructors to lean and dance! Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation

Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $5.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $5.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ 03.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $3.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2515 DA 2516 BR 75-213-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective

DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Get ready to DANCERCIZE!


Swimming Sense at Allen County YMCA

Girls will learn about water safety. Leaders are welcome to bring snacks for after the swim to be eaten away from the pool. Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $4.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2519 75-215-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS

February 21, 2011 309 w Cherry St. (Scottsville ) YMCA All Girl Scouts and Volunteers 6:30p-8:00 $4.00/Scout Leader/Co-Leaders/Volunteers are Free Includes Swimming Sense Badge or fun patch Objective Girls gain practical life-skills, Girls practice healthy living, Girls promote cooperation and team-building. Deadline February 12nd, 2011 @ Noon! Maximum 50 Swimmers (including adults- everyone MUST register) No Tags!

ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost


the Caveland Book Club February 17, 2011 Girl Scout Office Girls Scouts who choose to read the book. 6:00p-7:15 $3.00 for newcomers $1.00 for returning girls (Newcomers get Book Club Fun patch) Objective Get girls interested in reading and sharing Deadline February14th, 2011 @ Noon!

Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

African American

________

of Seniors @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $___.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2515 DA 2516 BR 75-213-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS

We will be discussing “The Secret Garden”. Girl are responsible for obtaining a copy of the book (check libraries first) and reading it BEFORE our meeting where we will discuss it over light refreshments.

ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost


With media images and peer pressure among girls of all ages, low self-esteem has become a major concern. Studies have found that low self-esteem in girls may cause them to avoid challenging activities, give up quickly, or quit or cheat when things aren't going their way. It interferes with the ability to make friends and may increase the risk of depression and suicide.

‌Together we can make a difference!

Join us on February 26, 2011 @ the Kappa Delta Sorority House Ages: Juniors and Cadette Troops *More details to come*

Contact Sara in January for more information/registration forms. MAX 80 girls at the event Deadline February 12 at noon.


Girl Scout Arts Day At the Kentucky Museum Saturday, March 5th 9 am – 11:30 am $5.00/Scout (Includes Try It or Badge) The Kentucky Museum Arts Day programs are designed to fulfill requirements for Brownies “Color and Shapes,” and Juniors “Visual Art” patches. These workshops allow girls to creatively explore various art media using a hands-on approach. The girls will be viewing two art exhibits. This workshop is $5 each and limited to 40 girls, materials and supplies are provided. To complete the requirements for the badges girls should sign in by 9 am. For more information please contact Lynne Ferguson 270-745-2594, lynne.ferguson@wku.edu or Christy Spurlock, 270-745-6082, Christy.spurlock@wku.edu.

Brownies Color and Shapes (2 ½ hour workshop) Brownies will create a stamp then use the stamp to create a greeting card. They will use air-dry clay to make a pinch pot, do a paper weaving, practice painting with watercolors and make a mobile.

Juniors Visual Art patch (2½ hour workshop) Juniors will use watercolors to paint a color wheel and a mood painting. They will tour the US Bank and Side By Side art exhibits, sketch in a gallery setting, do Chinese paper cut activity, and learn about what makes up a good design. Registration Form Provided on the Back


Girl Scout Arts Day At the Kentucky Museum Registration Deadline: Feb. 18th @ NOON Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

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of Daisies @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

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of Brownies @ $5.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ 5.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $0.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $0.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

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of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

Girl Scout’s Name

0. Ima GirlScout 1. 2. 3.

2515 DA 2846 JR 75-213-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

DA/BR/JR

Contact # for leader or parent

CD/SR/AM

in case of Cancellation

BR

Linda GirlScout

(270.123.4567)

Date Paid

10/10/10


Christian County Humane Society

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost

March 21, 2011 1229 Skyline Drive Hopkinsville, KY Brownies and Juniors 5:30p-7:30pm Each scout is required to bring 1 item the shelter needs. If they would also like a fun patch, it is $2.00. All going must register with GSO. Objective Give girls an opportunity to help in their community Deadline March 15th, 2011 @ Noon! Maximum 15 scouts

BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Volunteer at the

Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

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of Daisies @ $2.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

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of Brownies @ $2.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ $2.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $2.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $2.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $2.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

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of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

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of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2516 BR 2846 JR 75-218-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES

Girls will help the volunteers at the Humane Society with various tasks that may include cleaning and walking the animals. Each scout is required to bring at least 1 of the following: Tidy cat litter, Purina kitten chow or Purina dog chow (no canned food), Dawn dishwashing liquid and/or paper towels. Please fill out all blanks in case of refund/cancellation


Kappa Delta is taking a stand to help girls stop bullying and put an end to relational aggression of all kinds, including exclusion, malicious gossip and rumor spreading, taunts and insults, intimidation and cyberbullying. Take part in a Friends Don’t Bully program and help build confidence in girls.

Join us in taking a stand in helping girls stop bullying, gossiping and relational aggression. When: May 1,2011 Where: Kappa Delta Sorority House 3rd- 5th Grades *Deadline April 15th at noon* More Details to come

Contact Sara in mid January for registration forms and more information. MAX 80 girls at the event.


Visual Arts for Juniors When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline

March 5, 2011 ArtsACCESS Gallery, 515 East 10th Ave. BG Juniors 10:30am-12:30p $11.00/Scout includes badge Girls will explore visual art connections February 17th, 2011 @ Noon!

Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

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of Brownies @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ $11.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $0.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $0.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

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of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

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of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2846 75-213-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES

Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation

JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Girls will be working at the ArtACCESS studio to earn a Visual Arts badge where they will lean about the rules of art, help to appreciate the beauty of art, and learn to improve their own work!


When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum

April 2nd, 2011 Camp PennyRoyal Caddettes, Seniors, and Ambsd’rs 1:00p-4:0p $8.00/Scout Girls develop a strong sense of self March 25th, 2011 @ Noon! 15 Scouts

The High Ropes Adventure is for girl 11 years of age or older. Girls must wear socks & tennis shoes also. A series of ropes, cables, and beams high in tall, tall trees, designed to test your balance, dexterity, and trust. Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $0.00 = $_______________

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Asian

________

of Juniors @ $0.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $11.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $11.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $11.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

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of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

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of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2519 75-215-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

High Ropes Adventure!


March 29, 2011 SpaFABULOUS 870 Fairview Ave # 2 (BG) All Girl Scouts 2:00p-4:30p $17.00/Scout includes Fun Patch! Girls develop a strong sense of self! March 10th, 2011 @ Noon! 30 Scouts (Large Troops please make your own arrangements, 270-842-2172)

Get stylish and sassy with your friends at a party just for you! Enjoy makeup and nail polish applications and make a fun craft. Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $17.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $17.00 = $_______________

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Asian

________

of Juniors @ $17.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $17.00 = $_______________

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African American

________

of Seniors @ $17.00 = $_______________

________

________

of Ambass.’ds @ $17.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2519 75-215-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum

ALL SCOUTS

Spa Fab-U-lous!


When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum

April 4, 2011 2625 Scottsville Road, Suite 608 (BG) Juniors, Cadettes, and Seniors 9:00a-2:00p $22.00/Scout Girls develop skills in responsibility March 22nd, 2011 @ Noon! 20 Scouts

The Medical Center babysitting class purpose is to provide each future babysitter with the skills and confidence to baby-sit the responsible way. Each participant will be taught on topics that include poison control, fire safety, CPR instructions, First Aid, general safety instruction and much more! Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $.00 = $_______________

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Asian

________

of Juniors @ $22.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $22.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $22.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

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of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2518 75-214-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Babysitting Clinic at the Medical Center


April 16, 2011 730 Fairview Avenue, Suite C-2 Juniors and older 7:00p-8:30 $10.00/scout includes yoga mat rental and patch. MUST BRING A TOWEL. Objective Practice healthy living and exercise Deadline February 6th , 2011 @ Noon! Maximum 50 BODIES MAX! The number of adults in the room should be at a minimum

Parent MUST Complete a release form for all scouts. Available at the Girl Scout Office or online at http://www.hotyogabowlinggreen.com. Bring a towel and DO NOT wear sweats! Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $5.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

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of Brownies @ $5.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ $10.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $10.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $10.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $10.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

* Ethnicity Information Optional *

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________

A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration

For Front Office Use: Register Code Account Number

2518 75-214-6240

Date Paid Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost

JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Enlighten me with some HOT YOGA


Where 5549 Bristow Rd. Oakland, KY 42159 Who Can Go Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambsd’s What Time 8:00a-12:00p Cost $20.00/Scout does NOT include IP Objective Girls practice healthy living Deadline April 19th, 2011 @ Noon! Maximum 15 Scouts Oakwood Farms invites girls scouts to learn about horses, grooming, beahvior, riding, and other skills. Scouts can begin work on a horse IP but they will not be able to complete one that day. Additional clinics can be arranged with Oakwood Farms directly at 270-784-0570 Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ $.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $20.00 = $_______________

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African American

________

of Seniors @ $20.00 = $_______________

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________

of Ambass.’ds @ $20.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2518 75-214-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Oakwood Farms Horse Riding Clinic When April 30, 2011


May 28th , 2011 5549 Bristow Rd. Oakland, KY 42159 Daisies and Brownies 8:00a-12:00p $21.00/Scout Includes fun Patch Girls practice healthy living May 11th , 2011 @ Noon! 15 Scouts

Oakwood Farms invites girls scouts to learn about horses, grooming, beahvior, riding, and other skills. Additional clinics can be arranged with Oakwood Farms directly at 270-784-0570 Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $21.00 = $_______________

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Hispanic/Latina

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of Brownies @ $21.00 = $_______________

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Asian

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of Juniors @ $.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

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of Cadettes @ $20.00 = $_______________

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African American

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of Seniors @ $20.00 = $_______________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $20.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2515 D 2516 BR 75-212-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum

DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Oakwood Farms Horse Riding Clinic


May 28th , 2011 5549 Bristow Rd. Oakland, KY 42159 Juniors Only 1:00p-5:00p $20.00/Scout Does not includes badge Girls practice healthy living May 11th, 2011 @ Noon! 15 Scouts

Oakwood Farms invites girls scouts to learn about horses, grooming, beahvior, riding, and other skills. Juniors will attempt a Horse Fan badge. Additional clinics can be arranged with Oakwood Farms directly at 270-784-0570 Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ $20.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $20.00 = $_______________

________

African American

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of Seniors @ $20.00 = $_______________

________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $20.00 = $_______________

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Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2846 75-213-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum

JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

Oakwood Farms Horse Riding Clinic .


High Ropes Adventure! May 21st, 2011 Camp PennyRoyal Caddettes, Seniors, and Ambsd’rs 1:00p-4:0p $8.00/Scout Girls develop a strong sense of self May 11th , 2011 @ Noon! 15 Scouts

Get

The High Ropes Adventure is for girl 11 years of age or older. Girls must wear socks & tennis shoes also. A series of ropes, cables, and beams high in tall, tall trees, designed to test your balance, dexterity, and trust. Please fill out all blanks in case of cancellation Troop Leader Name

Troop Number

Street Address

City/State

Zip Code

In case of cancellation….

Phone Number

Email Address

How Many ________

Total Amount of NEW Registrations @ = $_______________ (plus fee for event) $12.00

*How Many ________

*Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan

________

of Daisies @ $0.00 = $_______________

________

Hispanic/Latina

________

of Brownies @ $0.00 = $_______________

________

Asian

________

of Juniors @ $0.00 = $_______________

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(Caucasian)

________

of Cadettes @ $11.00 = $_______________

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African American

________

of Seniors @ $11.00 = $_______________

________

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of Ambass.’ds @ $11.00 = $_______________

________

Hawaiian or Pacific Island Other

________

of Adults @ $00.00 = $_______________

________

of PARTICIPANTS = $______________ For Front Office Use:

Register Code Account Number

2519 75-215-6240

* Ethnicity Information Optional * A list of names of all girl scouts going is required @registration Date Paid

Receipt Number (Attach)

This program is for DAISIES BROWNIES JUNIORS CADETTES SENIORS AMBASSADORS ALL SCOUTS

When Where Who Can Go What Time Cost Objective Deadline Maximum


The following flyers are for programs that scouts are invited to but that are not handled through the Caveland GSO. They are for your information only. The Caveland GSO does not have any additional information about these programs. Please contact those on the flyers for more information.


Woodlands Nature Station in Land Between the Lakes will be hosting their Annual Girl Scout Day this spring. You and your troop are invited to come and meet live animals, hike trails, and enjoy the special programs they have put together just for Girl Scouts.

Activities will be held from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, March 26th. Events will be happening all day, so it's okay to show up later if you have a long drive! Girl Scouts of all ages will be able to work toward their various badges and accomplishments. Brownies can work toward their Watching Wildlife and Earth and Sky TryIts, Juniors on their Plants & Animals and Outdoor Creativity Badges, and Seniors and Cadettes on their High-Tech Hide & Seek IPs. If any Troops or individuals are interested in helping with Girl Scout Day this year please let them know. It would be a great way to work on a Service Project for Seniors or Cadettes! Let them know if you would like more information on the event, or if you have any questions about the program. A full calendar of events will be available by March 1st.

Contact Dea Westfall at 270-924-2299 or deawestfall@gmail.com


Florida Theme Park Adventure June, 2011 Juniors and up are invited to join us for a fun-filled week in sunny Florida! We’ll depart Louisville (Heartland & Caveland pick-up/drop-off locations available) on Saturday, June 11th and head first to Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park. After an evening and overnight there, we’ll continue on to our destination for the week – Orlando! While in the Orlando area, we will stay in a Disney Resort and troops/groups will have an opportunity to design their own theme park adventure based on girl’s interest. Options include Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, and the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We’ll depart Orlando on Saturday and head for home. We will overnight on the way and arrive home Sunday afternoon, June 19th. MIN/MAX: 42/106 Dates: June 11 – June 19, 2011 Times:

Depart at 7:30 a.m./Return late afternoon (Heartland and Caveland pick-up/drop-ff locations available)

Cost:

Approximately $750 per person (final cost based on your troop/group’s theme park choices (Minimum $730 [3-day Disney] – Maximum $900 [3-day Disney, 1-day Universal & 1-day Sea World)) Cost includes: transportation via deluxe motorcoach, 6 nights lodging at a Disney Resort Hotel, 2 nights on the road, entry fees for attractions, theme park tickets, some meals, a souvenir T-Shirt and driver gratuities.

Register:

Through the Metro Service Center – registration forms available at www.kyanags.org – on the events calendar

Notes:

$100 deposit due by January 31, 2011 to hold seat. Final payment will be due April 30, 2011. Cookie dough accepted. Financial aid may be available.

Refunds:

Deposit only refundable if the seat is resold. No refunds after February 15, 2011.

Tagalongs: Contact Jennifer for tagalong policy

Interested? Want more information? Contact Jennifer Court at jcourt@kyanags.org or (502) 636-0900 ext. 21100


Let’s Sing! Come join in the fun at a song workshop for Girl Scout Leaders When: February 1, 2011 7-9pm Where: Columbia Avenue Church of Christ 315 Columbia Ave., Glascow Who: Girl Scout Leaders, any other adult with your troop that wants to learn some GIRL SCOUT SONGS! No children please‌

You will learn opening songs, graces, closing songs, actions songs, short sons, long songs, rounds, and who know what else! Admission is at least 1 non-perishable food items for the food bank and $2 for songbook costs. You pay and bring items the day of the event. You may bring a tape recorder! Deadline for registration is Jan. 24th (contact Betsy Ogles for registration) Workshop Provided by Betsy Ogles- member of girl scouting for 35 years. Contact Betsy at 270-678-5546


When your troop is large enough to fill all the registration spots for an event, please opt to schedule your own event directly with the vendor. If you need assistance, please contact Sara. The following is a list of program providers. Please check out thes e locations to enhance your troop year. Many already have tro op programs available for you. Beech Bend Park 798 Beech Bend Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270)-791-7634 www.beechbend.com Contact: Sherry Clouse Beech bend offers something for everyone, including over 40 world-class amusement rides and water slides, mini-golf and go-carts, games of skill and luck, a petting zoo, and terrific live shows and entertainment. First-class camping facilities are also available on-site.

Bowling Green Hot Rods 300 8th Ave. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270)-901-2121 www.bowlinggreen.hotrods.milb.com Come see the Bowling Green Hot Rods minor league baseball team play! Ticket packages and party deck available!

Diamond Caverns 1900 Mammoth Cave Parkway Park City, KY 42160 (270)-749-2233 www.diamondcaverns.com For over 140 years Historic Diamond Caverns has offered tours of Kentucky's most beautiful cave. Presented by state-of-the-art lighting, Diamond Caverns features intricate drapery deposits lining the halls in cascades of naturally colorful calcite. Thousands of stalactites, stalagmites and flowstone formations decorate the cathedral-like chambers. Discover the exciting underground world of Diamond Caverns with your family today. Located adjacent to Mammoth Cave National Park a World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, Diamond Caverns abounds in natural beauty.

Dinosaur World! 711 Mammoth Cave Rd. Cave City, KY 42127 (270)-773-4345 www.dinosaurworld.net Contact: Nicole Randell Visit our 150 life-size dinosaurs in an outdoor museum setting. Also, enjoy interactive exhibits such as the Fossil Dig, Bone yard and more!


Kentucky Down Under 3700 L & N Turnpike Road Horse Cave, KY 42749 (270)- 786-2634 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. Nestled away in south-central Kentucky sits a little piece of Australia. At Kentucky Down Under you'll discover a hands-on family fun adventure! Now, what are you waiting for? Get ready to explore the world of the outback at Kentucky Down Under.

The Kentucky Museum 1 Big Red Way Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270)-745-2592 In addition to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting Kentucky artifacts, the museum provides educational opportunities for elementary, secondary, and college students and the general public. The Kentucky Museum contributes to the tourism and cultural offerings in the South Central Kentucky region as well.

Lincoln’s Birthplace National Historical Park 2995 Lincoln Farm Road Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748 (270) 358-3137 www.nps.com The Park focuses on Lincoln‘s life in Kentucky. The Birthplace Unit demonstrates Lincoln's humble beginnings with a symbolic birth cabin enshrined within a neo-classic Memorial Building. The Boyhood Home Unit at Knob Creek Farm was home to Lincoln during his formative years. Events in Kentucky helped mold a young boy into the man who became the nation‘s sixteenth President.

L & N Train Depo t: Historic Rail Park and Museum 401 Kentucky St. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270)-745-7317 Contact: Amanda Morgan www.historicrailpark.com Experience a real passenger train depot, climb aboard railcars, hear about life as a conductor and much more at The Historic Rail Park and Train Museum located at the L&N Depot!

Lost River Cave and Valley 2818 Nashville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (270)-393-0077 www.lostrivercave.com Designed for Adults and Families, this tour includes a 20 Minute Guided History Walking Tour and a 25 Minute Cave Boat Tour. Your purchase price also includes a self-guided tour of our Butterfly Habitat (seasonal) and Blue Hole Trails. Other activities available upon request.

Mammoth Cave National Park Mammoth Cave, KY 42259 (270)-758-2180 www.nps.gov Enjoy caving on one of the many tours, or go for a hike on over 80 miles of trail. Camping is available (both tent and cabin). The park in minutes away from other attractions in Cave City.

My Old Kentucky Home


501 East Stephen Foster Avenue Bardstown, KY 40004 502-348-3502 http://parks.ky.gov/findparks/recparks/mo/ The Visitors Center serves as the main entry point to the popular tourism attraction, Federal Hill Mansion, "My Old Kentucky Home" of Stephen Foster's ballad. Don't miss your opportunity to tour Federal Hill, where the antebellum South comes to life in fascinating detail.

National Corvette Museum 350 Corvette Dr. Bowling Green, KY 42101 1-800-53-VETTE www.corvettemuseum.com Experience first-hand the passion and the excitement of America's Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette. Tours of the manufacturing facility are available.

Shaker Museum at South Union 396 South Union Rd. South Union, KY 42283 (270)-542-4167 www.shakermuseum.com South Union today is more than just a memory. It is a place to visit and learn firsthand about the Shaker way of life. Several of the original buildings have been restored and now house a fine museum of Shaker folk-life and material culture, a unique gift shop, and overnight lodgings. This Shaker community was established by the Shakers in 1807 and closed in 1922. We invite you to explore our web site and then plan your visit to this western-most of the Shaker communities. To find the best times to visit, take a look at the special events we have throughout the year.


2010 T RAINING C ALENDAR For questions contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 270.843.8138

The most important part of education is proper training in the nursery.

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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience This is a very exciting time for Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana as well as for Girl Scouts nationwide as we continue to incorporate the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in our programming. From the very beginning, Girl Scouts has been about developing girls‘ leadership skills. By focusing on national outcomes-based activities we are giving girls the specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that will make them leaders in their own lives and communities. Three Keys to Leadership Discover: Girls understand themselves and their values, and use their knowledge and skills to explore the world. Connect: Girls care about, inspire, and team with others locally and globally. Take Action: Girls act to make the world a better place. Girl Scout Processes In Girl Scouting, it‘s not just ―what girls do‖ (activities), but ―how‖ they do it (processes). When used together, these three processes ensure the quality and promote the fun and friendship so integral to Girl Scouting: Girl Led: Girls help drive the planning and decision-making. Learning by Doing: Girls gain fuller meaning from each experience when they are hands-on, and having the opportunity to reflect on what they have experienced and accomplished helps them apply their insights to what they will do next. Cooperative Learning: Girls work together toward shared goals with respect and collaboration.

ADULT EDUCATION The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana has a sincere commitment to its leaders to provide an ongoing program of Adult Education in the areas of Basic Leadership and Enrichment. The council recognizes that a well-trained leader is one who provides for girls while gaining personal skills and developing a higher level of commitment to Girl Scouting.

Training Information All Girl Scout volunteers are required to complete Orientation before meeting with their girls or starting in their positions. Each troop should have an adult currently certified in adult/child CPR and first aid trainings approved by GSUSA. Babysitting is not provided at training sessions. Please make arrangements for child care while you are attending training. Girl Scout service teams, service unit managers, product sales chairs, trainers, and other volunteer appointed positions are required to complete training as determined by their supervisor and position descriptions. Training is open to all registered volunteers. Training on Request


In order to make Adult Education more accessible to everyone, we try to provide “Training on Request.” To set up a workshop, please contact Cathy Parker, Volunteer Coordinator, at the Caveland Service Center. Please DO NOT contact the trainers, the Volunteer Coordinator will schedule the training and trainers. Every effort will be made to arrange a Trainer for the SPECIFIC event. In order to better serve you, please call with the following information: Name of training requested Proposed date and time Available facility suggested for workshop Names of at least five participants “Catch the Train to Adult Education” Patches To purchase these patches, please provide your wallet-size training cards verification and proof of attendance. Patch fee is $1.00 each. Volunteer Orientation

Day Camp/Mini Camp

First Aid

Games and Songs

Troop Beginnings

Junior Awards & Opportunities

Leadership Essentials

Aquatic

Diversity

Cad/Sr/Amb Awards & Opportunities

Outdoor Learning

Teams/Challenge Courses

Service Unit Team

Brownie Awards & Opportunities

Safety-Wise

Camp Out

Camp In

Outdoor Level IV Girl Scouting—Then and Now

Arts and Crafts CPR

Daisy Awards & Opportunities


Policies and Procedures Our mission is: ―Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.‖ As a leader, your role is to build that courage, confidence, and character. It‘s important that you acquire the knowledge and skills needed to fulfill your position successfully. Our council makes every effort to provide the resources, educational opportunities, and recognition needed to contribute to the personal growth of adults in Girl Scouting. If you have any questions regarding adult education, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 842-8138 or toll free (888) 771-5172. Registration Procedures It is necessary to register for ALL COURSES. You may register by calling your local service center. Include your name, day and evening telephone number, desired course, and date. MOST TRAINING REQUIRES REGISTRATION TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE . To register for general courses Mail, fax, e-mail, or deliver the Training Registration form in the back of this calendar attention to : Volunteer Coordinator, 901 Lehman Ave, Suite 7, Bowling Green, KY 42101. The completed form, along with full payment, if required, must be received at the Caveland office 10 business days prior to the course. The decision whether or not to hold a course will be determined based on the number of participants registered. If a course is confirmed, we will continue to add participants until it is full. Phone, e-mail, or fax registrations Are welcomed if the course is free. Phone inquires may be made, but course fees must be received before registrations will be processed. To register over the phone, please ask to speak with Volunteer Coordinator. Fees Most courses are free to participants. If there is a fee for a course, it will be noted in the course description, and the total fee must accompany the registration form. Leaders may use troop funds toward training fees. Cancellation If you cannot attend the training for which you are confirmed, PLEASE call the council service center at 842-8138 or toll free (888)-771-5171 as soon as possible. If the registration is below the minimum listed, we reserve the right to cancel a class; this helps us to respect the time and efforts of our wonderful volunteer trainers without burning them out. Participants who are registered will be notified if the training is cancelled or if changes are made by the council service center. Refund Policy Only those registered for a course will be notified of any changes. Fees for courses which are held but which you do not attend are forfeited. If you cannot attend a course for which you have paid a fee please call the Volunteer Coordinator. Girl Scout Seniors & Ambassadors May attend any course except adult only events. A training registration must be completed for each girl attending. Parental permission slips are required for training any Girl Scouts under the age of 18.


GSUSA Basic Orientation Required of all NEW Leaders and Co -leaders GSUSA Volunteer Orientation is required of all new volunteers and provides the first close up view of the Girl Scout organization for all new volunteers. Participants will become acquainted with Girl Scouting and the many rewarding opportunities it offers girls and adults. If you have online access, please complete the mandatory Online Volunteer Orientation. Please type in your browser http://training.girlscouts.org/. Click English or Spanish under the Online Volunteer Orientation. You will be prompted for a password. Your password is discover. You will need to follow the Learning Log Instructions. Please fill out all the requested information. Under the Council Name drop down box you will need to choose Kentuckiana. When entering your first name please put CL- in front of your name. EX: CLJane Once you have fully completed this learning log, click the 'Submit' button to send your information to the council. (Only click the ‗Submit‘ button once.) The Learning Log will need to be completed before you receive credit and are considered trained. If you do not have online access the HOME STUDY is available. You will need to fill out the learning log and mail it to your local Service Center. If you need a face to face Orientation you will need to contact your Service Unit Manager, Troop Organizer and/or Membership Coordinator.

Troop Beginnings Required of all new Leaders and Co -leaders This session is designed to help new leaders get started with their troop. At least one member of the leadership team must complete Volunteer Orientation and Troop Beginnings before meeting with a troop. You will receive your troop packet and leader materials when you complete this training. Date

Time

Location

Thursday, January 6, 2011

6:00 – 7:30 pm

Girl Scout Office


Leadership Essentials This course is required for all adult volunteers who work directly with girls. This course provides the ―how to‖ in facilitating the GSUSA Leadership Experience and exploring the new Journeys programs for all grade levels. This training is required within 6 months of registration. What to Bring: Volunteer Essentials, Safety Activity, and Leader notebook. New Leaders will receive the first Journey Facilitator‘s guide and girl book (one per troop) at this training. Date

Time

Location

Monday, January 24, 2011

9:00 am – noon

Girl Scout Office

Friday, January 28, 2011

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

Online Version of Leadership Essentials To take the online version you will need a copy of the age appropriate Journey. Once your Volunteer Coordinator has verified your completion of the workshop she will provide you with your own copy of the ―It‘s Your World-Change It‖ Journey for your troop. (One per Troop.) Instructions Go to http://training.girlscouts.org/ 1. Click English or Spanish under the Leadership Essentials. 2. Click Instructions – this will explain the procedure for completing the course. 3. Click Resources: a. Click ―Let‘s Go On A Journey‖ – This is a optional exercise for you to gain more confidence in working with the girls and the journey a. Click on samples of the first few meetings (Daisy, Brownie, Junior). We strongly suggest that you print out your appropriate age level. (Following these first few meetings will help you start your troop out with confidence and working knowledge of the Girl Scout ways.) 4. Click Learning Log – Fill out the entire Volunteer Information form. Under the Council Name click the drop down box and click Kentuckiana. When entering you first name please put CL-in front of your name. EX: CL-Jane (IMPORTANT – If you do not fill out the correct council name you will not receive credit for completing the course. This is the only way we have to verify you have taken the required course.) **You will need to complete the Learning Log. (You may refer back to your Learning Log when taking the course.) After completion please click the SUBMIT button. If you have any questions, please contact your Volunteer Coordinator at 270- 842-8138 Or 1-888-771-5172


Enrichment “Optional Trainings” Let’s Go On a Journey This training will help volunteers to discover new ways of looking at the Journey Books. At this training volunteers will learn how to incorporate Petals, Try-its, Badges, IPs, Fun Patches, and crafts while taking a journey with your troop. Date

Time

Location

Thursday, January 13, 2011

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Hopkinsville Office

First Aid & CPR Training At least one adult with First Aid and CPR training (a ―first-aider‖) must be with the troop when traveling. American Red Cross chapters regularly schedule First Aid and CPR courses. National Safety Council‘s Green Cross and the American Heart Association‘s CPR courses also meet requirements to certify Girl Scout leaders. If you are unable to attend one in your area, we offer a limited number of First Aid and CPR classes. Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing because some of the activities require participants to be on the floor. This training will start on time; late arrivals will not be permitted in class. What to Bring: Note taking material and comfortable clothing, as you will be practicing certain skills on the floor. You may also bring a blanket and something to kneel on with you to this training DEADLINES ARE TWO WEEKS BEFORE DATE OF CPR TRAINING COST: $12.50 per class CPR Date

Time

Location

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Camp Houchens

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

First Aid Date

Time

Location

Thursday, January 27, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

Thursday, January 24, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Camp Houchens

Thursday, May 19, 2011

6:00 – 10:00 pm

Girl Scout Office


Bronze Award (Adults Only) This training will cover the Steps to complete the Girl Scout Bronze Award and advisor responsibilities. Bring: a Journey Book, notebook, and pen. Date

Time

Location

Monday, March 7, 2011

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Hopkinsville Office

Thursday, April 21, 2011

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

Silver Award (Adults Only) This training will be focused on how you can best advise girls to successfully lead and earn their Girl Scout Silver Award. Advisor trainings will cover the Steps to complete the Girl Scout Silver Award and advisor responsibilities. Focus will be on using the by girls for girls philosophy. Parents are welcome to attend this training to become familiar with the requirements. Bring: Journey Book, notebook, and pen. Date Thursday, February 24, 2011

Time 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Location Girl Scout Office

Troop on Shoe String Budget Did you ever wonder how to plan activities, trips, supplies and much more when your troop has little money? Learn ways to have fun and planning cheap troop trips while learning the Council's requirements for traveling. Date

Time

Location

Thursday, January 3, 2011

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Girl Scout Office

Thursday, January 27, 2011

6:00 pm – 7:30pm

Elkton Senior

Citizen Center Girl Scout Brownie Awards & Opportunities This training is a learning opportunity for leaders that will give them information on guiding girls in earning various awards and how to find out about the program opportunities for girls in Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. Date Thursday, February 10, 2011

Time 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Location Girl Scout Office


Ceremonies Learn different ceremonies for different occasions and how to plan a ceremony for specific age level. Date

Time

Location

Monday, April 11, 2011

9:00 am – noon

Girl Scout Office

Cave Training This is for leaders who would like to lead their girls through the cave at Camp Stem. It doesn‘t train them for other caves, or offer any kind of certification. Cost: Free Date

Time

Location

Saturday, February 26, 2011

12:00 pm—3:00 pm

Camp Stem

Outdoor Training Required for a leader or another adult member of a troop/group planning to take girls into the outdoors. The Outdoor Education program is designed to provide both the novice and the professional camper with the knowledge and techniques they need to take troops camping the ―Girl Scout Way.‖ It is recommended that the leaders experience camping with their troops at each level of the program before progressing to the next level of training. Camp In A— Outdoor Beginnings: Required for all day long outings in the outdoors and hiking. Available as a HOME STUDY! Camp In B —Basic Troop Camping: Required for all overnights in an indoor facility such as a cabin, A-frames, lodges, group shelters. Prerequisite: Camp In Part A. Camp Out — Advanced Troop Camping: Required for taking troops camping overnight in tents and platform tents. Prerequisite: Camp In Part A & B. Certification for all approved Outdoor leader trainings are good for 5 years. Deadline to register: Two Weeks before date of training


Camp In A What to Bring: Volunteer Essentials Booklet, Pencil, and Paper. Cost: $2.00

MINIMUM — 8

(Fee includes the patch and materials.) Date

Time

Location

Friday, March 25, 2011

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Camp Barren Ridge

PLEASE EAT SUPPER BEFORE COMING TO THIS TRAINING!

Monday, April 26, 2011

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Girl Scout Office

PLEASE EAT SUPPER BEFORE COMING TO THIS TRAINING!

Camp In B and Camp Out Prerequisite: Camp In Part A What to Bring: Volunteer Essentials Booklet, Pencil, and Paper. Cost: $15.00

MINIMUM - 8

(Includes program materials, food and patch.) Date

Time

Location

Saturday and Sunday, March 26 & 27, 2011 9:00 am – 11:00 am Camp Barren Ridge (OVERNIGHTER) Friday, April 29, 2011

6:00 pm- 9:00 pm

PLEASE EAT SUPPER BEFORE COMING TO THIS TRAINING!

Camp Houchens


Training Registration Form Please fill out the following form. Complete coupon for the lower portion, enter the course information requested. Cut apart and return by mail to: Attention: Cathy Parker, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, 901 Lehman Ave, Suite 7, Bowling Green, KY 42101. Please use a separate registration form for each person registering. Remember to cancel if your plans change. Trainers are volunteers using their valuable time to help all of us. Please keep them in mind and let Cathy Parker (ext. 13222) know in advance if you find you cannot make a training. Thank your for your consideration!

Name ____________________________________________________________________

Phone # 1 _________________________ Phone # 2 ___________________________

Address_______________________________________________________________ e-mail ____________________________________________________________________ Troop #___________

Training

Grade Level ___________________________

Date & Time

Location

____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ See course description for available patches. Amount of fees enclosed, if required $_______

Mail to Attention:

Volunteer Coordinator Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana 901 Lehman Ave, Suite 7 Bowling Green, KY 421

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