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Cadette Silver Award Workshop, Mar 21

Silver_Award_Starburst_HRDo you want to learn the basics of how to earn the Silver Award? Attend this class to learn the prerequisites, guidelines and outcomes. Girl Scouts in grades 6 – 8 are eligible to attend. Contact the instructor at with your name, email, phone number, and troop number. Priority will be given to 7th and 8th graders. Girls who have not worked on the aMaze Journey need not apply. Sis. Kesha will be attending this workshop.

What: Silver Award Workshop
Who: Cadettes
When: 21 March 2015, 8AM – 2PM
Where: Riverton United Methodist Church
55 E. Strasburg Road Front Royal, VA 22630
Cost: None
Forms: Download Cadette Silver Award Workshop Parent Permission form

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Troop Meeting This Friday, Jan 30


The next regularly scheduled troop meeting will be this Friday, January 30, 6 – 7:30PM, inshaAllah.


  • Will begin work on the Zinni petal which focuses on being considerate and caring. Daisies should bring a new or gently used toy to donate to a local charity. Girls will be learning to think of others through words and actions.


  • Brownies will be doing YOGA with Sister Alia Alim. Please have your Brownie wear comfortable clothing for stretching.
  • Brownies will begin working on the My Promise, My Faith Pin. They will be finding values in the Girl Scout Promise that occur in Islam. They will learn that Girl Scouting and their faith have a lot in common. Here are the first few steps Brownies should complete by the January 30 troop meeting:
    1. Assist your Brownie selecting a line from the Girl Scout Law, then find an ayat from the Quran, story, song or poem from Islam with the same ideas.
    2. Have her talk with her family or friends about what that line in the Girl Scout Law and the ayat, story, song or poem from Islam have in common.
    3. She can ask a woman in her own faith how she tries to use that line of the law in her life.
    4. Bring the ayat, story, song or poem that she chose and what she learned to the troop meeting on January 30.

    If you have any questions, please contact Sister Tamika Jones at tjones122288 [at] gmail [dot] com



Bring $7 to purchase GET MOVING! Journey book



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On Your Own: Girl Scout Energy Fair, Jan 31

Renewable-Energy-300x297On January 31, 2015, environmental leaders from the Washington, DC area will gather at Maret School to teach children, teens, and adults how to become environmental leaders. This gathering – an Energy Fair – will take place in the Old Gym from 10AM to 12:30PM. The purpose of the Energy Fair is to motivate school-age children and adults to protect our environment through conservation and sustainable practices, efficient and alternative uses of energy, and eco-friendly practices, products, and services. The Energy Fair is free and open to the public. There will be more than 20 exhibitors, hands-on activities for kids, a solar oven activity, a home energy workshop, free prizes every half hour, and the opportunity to win a free home-energy audit. Free parking is available. If you attend, you will learn about:

  • Solar energy options
  • Organic gardening
  • Using rain barrels for storm water and energy conservation
  • Home energy audits
  • Green architecture and design
  • Home weatherization and reduction in energy consumption and cost
  • Conscious low-carbon cooking
  • Container gardening
  • How to keep food warm without electricity
  • Ways to reduce energy waste
  • And more!

Information about environmental career opportunities will be available as well as environmental education materials. Please come join us. Walk-ins are welcome, but the courtesy of your reservation would be appreciated at

What: Girl Scouts Energy Fair
Who: All levels
When: January 31, 2015, 10AM to 12:30PM
Where: Maret School
3000 Cathedral Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20008
Cost: Free

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