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Troop Meeting This Friday, Apr 8

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As salaamu alaikum,

The next regularly scheduled troop meeting will be this Friday, Apr 8, 2016, 6 – 7:30PM, inshaAllah. Please be timely. Arrivals after 6:30PM are disruptive to troop meetings and strongly discouraged.

Upcoming troop meeting dates:

  • April 22
  • May 6, 20

COOKIES

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FINAL DEADLINE TO TURN IN COOKIE MONEY: APRIL 10
Alhamdulillah, we have come to the end of Girl Scout Cookie Season. Thanks to all the parents and girls who took orders, set up cookie booths and worked hard this cookie season. However, there are still several parents who have yet to pick up cookies and turn in cookie money. The money earned by girls goes toward membership dues for the fall, events and activities in 2016 – 2017, and Sojourn to Savannah in 2017.

Cookie money must be turned in and cookies picked up by April 10, 2016. Afterwards, according to the contract signed by parents and scouts at the start of cookie season, names of girls will be turned into GSCNC for collection. This allows the troop to not be punished financially. InshaAllah these debts and arrangements for pick up will be cleared up before April 10.

BROWNIES

JUNIORS

CADETTES

MULTIPLE LEVELS

PARENTS

  • Pay your Girl Scout’s troop dues: $45 for Daisies, $60 for all other levels. If needed, dues can be paid in installments. Dues pay for badges and pins, help supplement some activities/trips, and also help support the troop web site, and printing expenses. (Parents pay for fun patches.) In order to camp, dues must be paid in full. For financial assistance contact Sis. Kesha.
  • Take a look at the 2016 Girl Scout Summer Camp Brochure to find the camp that’s just right for your Girl Scout. Spots are still available. Camp programs should be chosen based on the grade your Girl Scout is currently in. Financial assistance is available.girlScoutCamp2016
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Animal Habitats Pontoon Boat Tour, Apr 16 (J)

junior_animal-habitats_largeJuniors will begin their Animal Habitats badge with a interpretive pontoon boat tour down the Anacostia River. A naturalist will teach the girls about animal habitats and characteristics, guide them in discovering where animals live, what they eat, how they move, how they adapt to survive, and much more. The program will focus on Reptiles, Amphibians, Mammals, Birds and Fish. Girls will also explore the furs and bones of various animals.

Girls should wear weather appropriate clothing and their vests. Dress in layers; the temperature on the water is often much cooler than on land.

QUICK RECAP
What: Animal Habitats Pontoon Boat Tour
Who: Juniors
When: Saturday, April 16, 2016, 9:45 – 11AM
Where: Bladensburg Waterfront Park
4601 Annapolis Road, Bladensburg, MD 20710
301-779-0371
Cost: $3
Forms: Animal Habitats Permission Form

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Junior Animal Homes Program, Mar 21

junior_animal-habitats_largeJuniors will learn about the habitats and homes of animals at Mount Rainier Nature Center on Saturday, 21 March at 10:45AM. In addition to completing the Animal Habitats badge, this program will also help the girls on their Get Moving Journey.

QUICK RECAP
What: Animal Homes Program
Who: Juniors
When: Saturday, 21 March 2015, 10:45AM – Noon
Where: Mount Rainer Nature Center
4701 31st Place, Mount Rainier, MD 20712
301-927-2163
Cost: $2
Forms: Junior Animal Habitat Workshop Parent Permission Form

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