1st National Girl Scout Cookie Rally Slumber Party!
Day: Friday, January 25th
Location: Gold Hill Lutheran Church.924 Placer St
Patch: Girls do not have to spend the night to earn the patch, but we would like to see all the GS in Butte turn out for this fun night of games, and learning!
Start Time: 6:00 pm. We will be providing an evening snack but please make sure your daughter has had dinner before she comes. Girls may be picked up at 9:00pm if she isn’t spending the night.
Pick Up Time: 9:00 to 10:00 am. Saturday January 26th
Important Information: Pre-Sale season starts January 26th, if your daughter does not come to the slumber party on Friday, they can pick up packets on January 26th from the slumber party pick up time in the morning from 9:00 to 10:00 am. There are NO EARLY SALES. If you have any questions, please contact your daughters Troop Leader for more information.
We Need: Adult volunteers for supervision, set up and clean up and to help with our fun activities!!!! We plan on having a lot of girls come to the slumber party and the more adult volunteers we have to stay the night to help us watch the girls, pass food, setup/clean up the better. There will be Troop leaders and Co-leaders there to supervise but we need more help!
January 26th is the start of Girl Scout Cookie selling season! To start our fundraiser off right we are going to have a slumber party to make learning fun. At the slumber party the girls will be learning about: financial management, how to present themselves/selling techniques to the public, safety rules…the do’s and don’ts to keep our Girl Scouts safe when they sell and to learn about our exciting cookie products!
We will also have games, songs, activities and watch an appropriately rated G movie, i.e. Disney or the equivalent movie for entertainment! We will be having a lot of fun!
We will provide a snack in the evening after the girls arrive and are settled in for the night and the activities start. We also will provide the girls with a breakfast, which has been generously donated, consisting of milk, juice, fruit, yogurt, and other healthy breakfast options.
Prior to girls being dropped off they MUST have a properly filled out Activity/Permission health History Card and Emergency Contact Information. We must know about any medications, allergies or other arrangements for health/ hygiene and safety to properly look after your daughter, prior to her arrival.
Please be prepared for late night calls and or requests to come pick up your daughter in case of social anxiety, nightmares or other unforeseen occurrences where it might be in the best interest for your daughter to go home earlier than planned.
Electronic devices will be allowed but please heed this warning: Troop leaders, Co-leaders, and adult volunteers will not be responsible for the damage or loss ofany items, regardless of what is brought to the slumber party. Any items or devices that are improperly used or cause problems or disturbances may be temporarily confiscated and returned when your daughter leaves in the morning.
The following is a list of items that required and suggested for your daughter to bring to make her sleepover fun and comfortable.
Please have your daughter bring the following:
- Sleeping bag
- Sleeping mat/ Camping mat/ Exercise mat/ Area rug/ Cot/ Inflatable bed or some other sleeping cushion for your daughter to put her sleeping bag on.
- Clothes for the next day
- Warm pajamas and extra set of pajamas in case of spills or accidents.
- Warm socks to sleep in
- Sweater in case they are cold at night or a warm blanket for extra warmth
- Any medication or health and hygiene equipment/needs and explicit instructions for use
- A comfort item like a bear or doll if your daughter wishes
Please contact your Troop Leader for more information.