Thank you to those of you who were able to make the meeting on Monday night! For those of you who were not, here is a recap. If you would like more information or have questions, please contact the service unit team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold Award Project – Rachael Nielsen from troop 51836 is looking for younger troops to help out with part of her Gold Award! She will be placing a Little Free Library in a local park and is looking for some help to maintain and care for it. If your troop is interested, please contact Rachael at email@example.com.
Bridging Planning Meeting – coming up on Monday, April 25th. If you’d like to help plan our Bridging event, please RSVP to our meetup event.
Early Bird Registration – starts May 1st! Leaders will receive an email soon with more details.
Leprechaun Days – Mark your calendars for the parade on Saturday, July 30! We’re working on securing a spot for our girls to march again this year.
Troop Finance Reports – Reports are due June 30. Leaders will receive an email soon with all the details.
Volunteers needed – We are always looking for caring, talented individuals to help us build our team and do great things for our girls. We’re also looking for troops to host events. Hosting a service unit event is a great way to raise funds for your troop, earn hours towards a metal award, or just have fun with other girls in your area. As we rebuild our service unit, we’re looking for ways to increase both volunteer engagement and girl connectedness. If you are interested in helping out or hosting events, please contact the service unit team.
Rosie’s Girls – an upcoming day camp opportunity. Please see the previous post on this page for details!
Patch programs – Looking for some fun things to keep your troop engaged over the summer? Check out these patch programs based on some popular books!
Rosie’s Girls is an amazing day camp we have coming up this June for girls going into 6th-8th grades. It’s designed to introduce girls to the skilled trades and have lots of awesome girl scout fun along the way. Rosie’s Girls is a pilot program so it’s very important for it to be successful to help us figure out future programming. See attached flyer for more information.
Please contact Mary Lenker with any questions. Mary.Lenker@girlscoutsrv.org or at #763-971-4011
Rosie’s Girls Flyer
Every year, girls across the country earn the highest awards in Girl Scouting – the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards. Girls earn these awards by displaying leadership while engaged in a project that benefits their community. Seniors and Ambassadors can earn the Gold Award, Cadettes can earn the Silver Award, and Juniors can earn the Bronze Award. When a girl earns one of these awards, it shows that she has put a lot of time and dedication into her chosen project. Please visit the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards page for more information and valuable planning tools.
If your troop is working on one of these higher awards this year, and is hosting an event as part of the award, please let us know! We’d love to have the girls come and speak about their projects at a leader meeting, or get the event up on the meetup calendar. Contact the service unit leadership team for more information.
Camp Spookamaga is a Halloween-themed event held every October at Camp Lakamaga. All girls are invited to come and visit “fright sites” created by older Girl Scouts. Girls in 7th grade and up can host a fright site – there are still some spots left! Please visit www.spookamaga.com for details and registration. A downloadable flyer can be found here.
Our initial order has just been placed and we’re on track for an incredible year! Check out our Facebook group for detailed information.
I’m so very proud of our leaders and TCMs, but most importantly – our girls for stepping up and setting some great goals this year. Let’s hit 2015 out of the park!
GO GIRL SCOUTS!
All leaders, TCMs, parents, guardians, and interested Rosemount Valley adults are invited to attend a meeting to discuss the state of our Service Unit, open leadership positions, and getting your voice heard to help shape our future!
Please head over to our Meetup.com site for more information and to RSVP. If you have any questions, please contact Andy Boettcher at techman97 (at) gmail.com.
World Thinking Day Event
For Bronze Award: Troop 54076
Who: Girl Scout Troop 54076 and Rosemount Valley Girl Scouts
Where: Shannon Park Elementary Gym, 13501 Shannon Parkway, Rosemount
When: Friday March 6th, 2015.
Set-up time for troops hosting tables: 6:15-6:30 pm
Event time: 6:30-8:00 in an open house format
Cleanup for troops hosting tables:8:00-8:30 pm
Cost: $5.00 for half of a large cafeteria table for troops hosting a table. Free admission if you are not hosting a table. Patches will be given to girls who visit all of the country tables.
For Troops Hosting Tables:
You may bring a craft to teach others, make a display, wear a costume, teach a dance, bring a nut-free food, or teach a sport or game to others to show what your chosen country is all about.
All Girl Scouts – please bring non-perishable food items to donate. We will deliver to our local food shelf.
PRE-REGISTRATION BY FEBRUARY 6th, 2015 IS REQUIRED. Please e-mail copy of form or information to Tammyfyd@charter.net or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You!
Troop number: _________________
How many girls will attend: _______________
Troop leader contact (name, phone#, e-mail address)
Troop leader: _____________________________________________________
Please check one: ___ We want to host a table
____We want to come for fun and will not host a table
First 3 choices of countries for table (if hosting): 1._________________________
I’m so very excited to announce that the 2015 Cookie Season is underway. I want to throw out a HUGE THANK YOU to our leaders and TCMs (cookie moms and dads) who are volunteering their time for the next four months to help ensure our girls are successful and have a fun sale!
If you are a leader or TCM – you should have already spoken to me and have your sales materials. If you do not, please by all means email me (email@example.com) and we’ll get that taken care of immediately.
If you are a parent or guardian and have questions about the 2015 season, I urge you to contact your troop’s leader or TCM for more information – or you can ask a question in the comments below and I will absolutely answer anything I can!
Let’s do this!
Girls STEM Day Saturday
Science Minds Unite
Attention Girls 5th – 8th grade
WHAT: An event to learn about science, technology, engineering and math. Enjoy fun activities with breakout sessions including programming a virtual kaleidoscope and making gummy worms come to life. Learn about STEM careers from professional engineers and scientists!
WHEN: Saturday November 22, 2014 from 12pm to 4:15pm
WHERE: Thomson Reuters (610 Opperman Drive, Eagan 55123)
COST: $5 per girl (for snacks and activity supplies)
*Space is limited to 45 girls in grades 5-8 – register by Monday, November 17 (flyer and registration form attached)
11:30 – 11:50 – registration of attendees (girls should eat lunch before they arrive)
12:00 – 4:15 – STEM Event and snack
4:15 – 4:30 – Pick-up in Thomson Reuters lobby
Registration will be confirmed by email upon receipt of the following items
(1) consent and registration form
(2) fee – $5.00 — Make checks payable to Girl Scout Troop 50883
Send form and payment to:
Girls STEM Day Saturday
4338 Woodgate Lane North
Eagan, MN 55122
Contact: Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org