SCHEDULE

 

Classes are starting to post.  Check back between now and July 19th to see the latest listings! There may be updates and additions until registration opens!  Participants will be responsible for their own supplies.  Check out the list of supplies on the supply list page.

SESSION A (10:00 am - 10:50 am)

 

Knotty 1 

Let's learn the square, lark’s head, overhand, figure eight, clove hitch and bowline and we make the knot person to put them all together.   Facilitated by Bernice Prigge-Rodriguez

Personality's Impact on Communication, Stress response and Personal Interactions (2 session class)

Based on a short assessment, you will identify your own personality type. Then, you will learn key strengths and weaknesses of that type. Finally, learn how your personality type impacts communication, stress management and relationships. Attend as an individual or sign up with your fellow troop or service unit volunteers for a team building opportunity!   Facilitated by Elda Bloemendal

Traveling with Girl Scouts

You want to travel with your girls, but have questions on the Who, What, When, Where and How. As a group, we will explore all of these questions. Bring your questions and also any ideas you have!  Facilitated by Julia Miller

What's the 3 Leaved Plant To Avoid-How Do I Know What It Is?

Join us at our workshop to learn how to id poison ivy, oak and sumac. Do you know what the other type of plants that resemble poison ivy is? Are you sure? We will explore several photos and slides and learn as a team what is and what is not  poison ivy. Also how to teach girls when they are outside. Facilitated by Gerri Fitzloff 

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SESSION B (11:00 am - 11:50 am)

Cake Challenge

Bake a cake in a box with Mike. Will learn how to make a box oven, cook in it and then make a cake and decorate it. Cakes will be judged for creativity and appearance. Cakes must be baked in box oven with charcoal and decorated with at home decorations.  Facilitated by Mike Fitzloff

Knotty 2

Let's learn the double figure eight, “bottle sling” which is a water bottle holding knot, and then chinese button knots.  Facilitated by Bernice Prigge-Rodriguez

Let’s Give You SUM-Thing to Talk About

Are you a SUM looking for tips and guidance on managing your service unit? Maybe you’re looking for help with team building, event planning, communication with troops, or energizing your community. The recently formed volunteer-led SUM Mentor Committee invites you to join us as we share best practices, and encourage you to talk about your experiences and ask your burning questions during a roundtable discussion. A reference guide will also be provided to you with info and resources to help you feel prepared, comfortable and confident in your SUM role.  Facilitated by Doreen Gloede

 

Personality's Impact on Communication, Stress response and Personal Interactions (continuing from 10:00a)

Continued from 10:00am.

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SESSION C (1:00 pm - 1:50 pm)

Girl Led

In Girl Scouts, girls are in control of their Girl Scout experience - it's Girl Led!   Join Mary Yapp and learn the how's and why's  of giving control of your troop to your girls.  Faciitated by Mary Yapp

Road Trip Planning

A quick overview of supporting Girls planning a road trip. Including: council forms, trip mentors, assessing girls, finance tracking, menu planning, lodging, travel, and how to incorporate GSUSA programming.  Facilitated by Andrea Luhman

Let’s Give You SUM-Thing to Talk About

Are you a SUM looking for tips and guidance on managing your service unit? Maybe you’re looking for help with team building, event planning, communication with troops, or energizing your community. The recently formed volunteer-led SUM Mentor Committee invites you to join us as we share best practices, and encourage you to talk about your experiences and ask your burning questions during a roundtable discussion. A reference guide will also be provided to you with info and resources to help you feel prepared, comfortable and confident in your SUM role.  Facilitated by Doreen Gloede.

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SESSION D (2:00 pm - 2:50 pm)

Cookie Pizzazz

Do cookies overwhelm you?  Are you wondering where to begin?  WHY sell cookies?  Do the girls really get something out of it?  We will unpack all of these questions, as well as give you best practices for conducting a successful cookie sale. Facilitated by Mary Yapp

Sing Along with Flicker

A long-standing tradition of Girl Scouts is to sing songs; around the campfire, while hiking, while doing Kapers, while riding the bus to camp, at Troop Meetings; just about any time and anywhere.
Come (virtually) sing with your sister Scouts, you may learn some new songs, sing some old favorites, find some new favorites and have fun along the way. Nothing to bring but your voice and enthusiasm.  Faclitated by Stephanie Burton

What Is the Name of That Tree?

Can you id leaves of trees? What about the bark? Do all trees look alike to you? Join us on a tour of trees and learn how to identify them using  their bark, leaves, seeds, etc. Learn what resources are available to use with girls to have fun teaching them the species around them, no matter where you live.  Facilitated by Gerri Fitzloff

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CLOSING (3:00 pm - 3:50 pm)

Cake Bake Challenge Photos, Closing Remarks & Girl Scout Trivia Game

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