Girl Scout Cookie Season Begins December 19!

girlScoutCookieZoneGirl Scout trips, badges, ceremonies, activities, and programs cost money and selling cookies is every troop’s most important fundraiser. Money from our annual cookie sales helps off-set the cost of these activities.

Did you know our troop receives $0.60 per box of cookies sold? That means every 100 boxes sold raises $60. Last year only 39 of our 110 PGMA Girl Scouts sold cookies. This year we need every girl to sell at least 10 boxes of cookies, help sell at our cookie booth, or both. Each level (Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors) will have at least one booth sale. We cannot do this without parent volunteers.

Parents, we need you to:

  • Attend the Cookie Information Meeting on Friday, December 19, at 6:15PM
  • Help your daughter(s) sell cookies
  • Pick up your daughter(s)’ cookie order
  • Turn in all money for cookies on time
  • Optional – volunteer to chaperone girls at cookie booths
  • Optional – help pick up our troop’s cookie order on February 19, 2015

Girls Scouts, we need you to:

  • Set a goal for how many cookies you want to sell
  • Sell cookies to your family, friends, teachers, neighbors, parent’s coworkers, etc.
  • Remind your parents to turn in your cookie orders & cookie payments on time
  • Optional – volunteer to sell at a troop cookie booth

More details will be given at the Cookie Information Meeting, Friday, December 19, 6:15PM, inshaAllah.

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Troop 3480 Cookie Manager

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Junior Drawing Badge Workshop, Jan 10

junior_drawing_largeJuniors will work with artists to complete their Drawing badge at Greenbelt Community Center, Saturday, 10 January, 2015, 10:15AM – 3PM. To earn their Junior Drawing badge, girls will learn techniques to make their drawings even better. They will experiment with different materials, and learn about shading, perspective and other skills that graphic artists use. No experience necessary!

Girls should wear comfortable clothing and vest, and bring a bag lunch. No tagalongs. Because this is a pre-paid event there are no refunds.

QUICK RECAP
What: Drawing Badge Workshop
Who: Juniors
When: 10 January 2015, 10:15AM – 3PM
Where: Greenbelt Community Center
15 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770
Cost: $20
Forms: Download Junior Drawing Badge Workshop Parent Permission form and Greenbelt Community Center Release form

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Overnight Lodge Camping at Camp Winona, Feb 13 – 15

campWinonaPatchLodge Camping is a way for Girl Scouts to experience camping without being exposed to the elements. Cadettes will work on their journey as well as the Night Owl and Science of Happiness badges. In addition, there will be archery and SWAPS. Because camping requires equipment, there will be an equipment meeting prior to the event.

The start date is a regular troop meeting day, but please note that Cadettes will meet at Camp Winona. All girls should be at Winona before 9PM; after that time the gates will be closed. All girls should be picked up between 12:30 – 1PM on Sunday, February 15th. Parents who chaperone must be registered Girl Scouts volunteers. No tagalongs permitted.

Note: Dues must be paid before girls can pay for camping.

QUICK RECAP
What: Overnight Lodge Camping
Who: Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors
When: 6PM, February 13 – 1PM, February 14, 2015
Where: Camp Winona 6875 Winona Place Hughesville, MD 20637
Cost: $25/girl
Forms: Lodge Camping Parent Permission Form

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