Fri, March 21, 2014 (06:00pm) to Sun, March 23, 2014 (12:00pm)
Girl Scout Daisies - Cadettes are invited to the Community 10 weekend encampment. The Scouts will wok on the national program portfolio by earning badges, completing journey activities, and enjoying traditions including ceremonies, songs, games, SWAPS and hikes! Check out the flyer and registration form for more details!
We walk in the parade. We meet at 5:30 p.m. to line up and the girls are released to parents at the end of the route. We will use the Girl Scout Gift Banner and dress as presents with donated wrapping paper and boxes.
Daisy & Brownie scouts are invited to put on their best princess outfit and join us for a royal good time. Once they have gotten a regal hair do & made a royal crown girls will share refreshments as they listen to our guest speaker and learn ways that a princess can make a royal difference. Dancing and gaiety may ensue. You never know where princesses will take you!
The girls walk in the parade dressed as gift packages. Troops are responsible for the adult/girl ratio and for the girls in their troop/group. They meet at Century 21 about 4:45 p.m. and walk less than a mile as a group. Siblings are welcome. The children must have adult supervision.
Come show your troop spirit supporting our local Girl Scouts as we walk in the Oxford Holiday Parade. Parents and family are all welcomed to walk with us. Parade lineup starts at 1:00 p.m. near Daniel Axford Elementray School. Parade starts moving at 2:00 p.m.
You must RSVP with Laura Wilson (contact info is below) if you walk in the parade.
You are encouraged to attend the Float Building Workshop on November 23rd (check Calendar).
Come show your troop spirit supporting our local Girl Scouts as we work together to help build our parade float. Girls will ceate a float. Parents are requested to stay. No drop off. No registration is needed to attend, please join us on 11/23 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.:
Participants will get a chance to work with different jewelry tools,
learn about jewelry from other cultures and create a necklace using these
ideas, make a bracelet out of beads made at the event, make a wire
wrapped pennant, and make a friendship bracelet.
Juniors will earn their Jeweler Badge, and others will receive a fun patch. More details and information to register are at the link below!