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On Your Own: Day of Dignity, Oct. 18

Here is an excellent opportunity for Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors to earn Silver Trefoil national service hours.

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Islamic Relief USA presents Day of Dignity: a full day of serving the community with free food, basic necessities, service and fun on Saturday, October 18 at America’s Islamic Heritage Museum. For more info: irusa.org/dayofdignity or contact Bryan Kovalick at bkovalick@irusa.org.

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Girl Scouts’ Highest Awards: Go For It!

Part of being a Girl Scout is earning awards. Each award has guidelines, requirements, deadlines and workshops to help you get started and define your vision. Girls can work as a team or solo, along with the help of their troop leaders/advisors.

goldAward75x75The Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouts, focuses on a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador’s interests and personal journey through leadership skills, career explorations, reflection, and advocacy.
silverAward75x75The Girl Scout Silver Award symbolizes a Girl Scout Cadette’s accomplishments in her Girl Scout and local communities as she discovers her strengths and takes action to make the world a better place.
bronzeAward75x75The Girl Scout Bronze Award symbolizes a Girl Scout Junior’s commitment to recognizing her responsibility to her community as she connects with others to make a difference.
silverTrefoilAwardThe Silver Trefoil Award is a GSCNC award that focuses on community service. A girl may receive this award by providing 100 hours of service to the international and Girl Scout communities, as well as the local and federal government.

Talk to your troop leader/advisor or visit GSCNC’s Teens Award section to learn more.

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UPDATE: Bridging Ceremony Now at PGMA Today, 2 – 4PM

bridgingPatchTroop 3480’s Bridging Ceremony will be at PGMA today, October 11, 2 – 4PM inshaAllah. All girls should be in uniform. Bridging girls should bring their new vest/smock.

Guest speaker, Sis. Ieasha Prime, will give the girls insight on developing their reflection skills: analyzing their experiences, building on acquired knowledge and making connections across all the parts of their lives. Bridging girls will receive their Girl Scout pin and bridging award.

QUICK RECAP
What: Troop 3480 Bridging Ceremony
Who: All Troop 3480 Girl Scouts, Family & Friends
When: Saturday, 11 October 2014, 2 – 4PM
Where: Prince George’s Muslim Association

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