Agenda. Aug 28 2012
Hawthorn Building 6:30-8pm
PLEASE Bring Your Journey Books and/or Handbooks, (if you have any)
I Welcome /Housekeeping
III Kaper Chart
IV Council News – Dawn M A Summer Wrap Up B Trainings / Facilitators C Programs D Fall Product
V Treasurers report – Vicki P
VI Old Business A Summer Activities B Hawthorne Meeting Availability C Castle Rock Availability D Officers/Committee Chairs
VII New Business A CALENDAR B Back to School Recruiting C 2012-2013 Meeting Schedule D Kick Off Committee E Fall Product Committee F Investiture /Rededication G JLow’s Birthday Party
Sponsored by Dillon Cadette Scouts Abbey and Jaydyn!
SEPT 15 Dillon National Guard Armory 9:00-1:30 K-3rd grade THIS Year 9-4 for Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors $5 adults $10 girls includes Lunch and Snack Registration Deadline Sept 7
Girls Give Back is an opportunity for Girl Scouts to help the community and have fun while doing it. Games, Crafts and more in the morning. Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors will work on a Community Service project to benefit the local Humane Society in the afternoon. New and gently used summer clothes will be collected to send to the Palm Tree Orphanage in Cambodia.
CONTACT: Dillon Girl Scouts 319 South Argenta St Dillon MT 59725 Cathy Speich-Ferguson 406-925-1994 email@example.com
Saturday, January 26th Cookie Sales Begin NO EARLY STARTS
Sunday, February 10th Pre-Sales END
Monday, February 12th Cookie Orders DUE in to Troop Leaders.
Tuesday, February 13th All Troop Orders entered into EBudde
Wednesday, February 14th All Cookie Orders DUE in to Service Unit.
Wednesday, March 13th Cookiess Delivered to Service Unit. (They may arrive earlier, but they will be in town by this date! Contact your leader for more info)
Saturday, March 16th Cookie Booth Sales Begin
Sunday, April 7th Cookie Booth Sales END
Monday, April 8th Monies DUE in to Troop Leaders.
Tuesday, April 9th RECEIPTS DUE in to Service Unit.
Friday, May 10th Rewards (Incentives) Delivery Begins
Saturday, October 13th Nut and Magazine Sales Begin NO EARLY STARTS
Friday, October 26th Nut and Magazine Sales END
Sunday, October 28th Nut and Magazine Orders DUE in to Troop Leaders.
Monday, October 29th All Troop Orders entered into NutE
Friday, October 28th Nut and Magazine Orders DUE in to Service Unit.
Wednesday, November 21st Nuts and Candies Delivered to Service Unit. (They may arrive earlier, but they will be in town by this date! Contact your leader for more info)
Friday, December 7th Monies DUE in to Troop Leaders.
Monday, December 10th RECEIPTS DUE in to Service Unit.
THIS PROJECT IS A REQUIRED PART OF THE 100th YEAR BADGE!
As of March of 2012, Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming are participating in the Forever Green 100th anniversary Take Action project as part of Girl Scouts 100th anniversary. We are focusing on the Reduce Plastic Waste initiative, which encourages girls, volunteers, families and of course Girl Scout staff to use reusable water bottles and bags. You can take the pledge now to get ready. Go to girlscouts.org/gsforevergreen to learn more.
What Does This Mean?
- We are taking the “Reduce Plastic Waste” Challenge and using reusable water bottles and bags while encouraging others to do the same.
- Girl Scouts, Leaders, Alumni, Staff, Friends & Family are encouraged take the pledge (on the Forever Green website) to commit to reduce plastic waste and keep track of their use for a month.
- Girl Scouts, Leaders, Alumni, Staff, Friends & Family are working together with global Girl Scouts and friends to change the world!
How to get started: Girl Scouts and the community at large are invited to take the online Girl Scouts Forever Green Pledge at http://www.girlscouts.org/gsforevergreen. Those who make the pledge commit to a year of taking daily actions to protect the environment. The Girl Scout Forever Green patch is available to purchase from Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming for girls who participate in this month long Take Action project.
As with all Girl Scout activities, Girl Scouts Forever Green gives girls the opportunity to develop leadership skills they can use now and throughout their lives.
- Girls at all grade levels discover what is meaningful to them and realize how their own values relate to the environment and what they can do to protect it.
- When Girl Scouts team together to implement Girl Scouts Forever Green in their schools and communities, they connect with others.
- Annually, Girl Scouts take action and inspire others to join the effort.
- If 800,000 Girl Scouts switch to using reusable bags and bottles, we’ll eliminate nearly 630 million pounds of plastic waste over the girls’ lifetimes.
- This is the equivalent to the weight of 140 space shuttles at the time of take-off!
Ideas for Forever Green Kickoff Parties: Check out the Forever Green Tool Kit!
Everyone wear green
Girls bring all of their plastic recyclables to the party to be recycled
If internet is available, girls fill out pledges online (otherwise give them notes with the address for the pledge)
Learn random facts about plastic
Eat Green Foods
- Apple/Kiwi/Kale Smoothies or Juice
- Celery with peanut butter and raisins (ants on a log)
- Green Grapes
- Green frosted cupcakes or cookies
Read Oobleck by Dr. Seuss
Pledge Cards (4 per page)
Reduce Plastic Poster (8.5″x11″)
Reduce Plastic Wallet Cards (5 per page; front and back)
Refill Your Water Bottle Sticker Charts (5 per page)
YIPPEE! A great Hallmark Channel movie featuring Girl Scouting! “Smart Cookies” airs on Saturday, August 18 – the same weekend as the Cheyenne 100th Event. Make sure you set your DVRs to record it while you join us in CHEYENNE for the final 100 year celebration event!
“Smart Cookies” – About the Movie
In celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the USA, four-time Emmy® nominee and two-time Golden Globe® nominated actress Patricia Richardson (“Home Improvement”) stars with Jessalyn Gilsig (“Glee”) and Bailee Madison (“Just Go With It”) in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere, “Smart Cookies.”
Julie Sterling (Jessalyn Gilsig) is a high-maintenance realtor who is just two sales away from being named “Real Estate Agent of the Year.” A firm businesswoman, her schedule doesn’t leave much time for anything else, including relationships. So when her boss Lola (Patricia Richardson) launches a closeted promotion for the company masquerading as company-wide commitment to community pro-social work, and assigns Julie to lead a struggling local Girl Scout troop, Julie is full of protests. Then, she meets the group of hopeless girls, a troop named the Fireflies, including eager new member Daisy (Bailee Madison). As she gets to the know the girls and sees their desperate need for friendship and self esteem, Julie begins to do whatever it takes to transform them from zeroes to heroes in the annual cookie sale competition against their rivals, the Monarchs.
With her high-powered sales skills, Julie puts the coveted “Real Estate Agent of the Year” possibility on hold and coaches the girls toward the highest profit on the cookie drive— until she finds out one of her girls is hiding a painful family secret and needs the help of her fellow scouts. To earn her own badge of compassion-—and discover a meaningful romance with Daisy’s dad-—Julie must learn the bottom line isn’t as important as the lasting