All adults and older girls from the C06 are invited to attend this Town Hall (which happens 3 times a year, this is the third) to discuss/plan upcoming events for C06 for 2014-15 as well as the current needs within the community. This is a great opportunity for community troop and district troop families to connect with your local Girl Scout community and to share your insights. We hope you can come!
St. John Fisher Chapel, 3665 E. Walton Blvd., Auburn Hills (across from Oakland University)
Girl Scouts Rock! Indiana Joanna goes around the world to see the fun Girl Scouts have everywhere. Learn new games, songs and dances. We'll be earning badges through Journeys as we explore how Girl Scouts do it in other countries! For all levels! Our Program Aides are ready to take you along to other lands and make new friends. Cadettes will work toward their LIA Award. See attached flyer for more details and to register!
8/4 and 8/5 9a-4p, 8/6 9a-8p, 8/6 overnight to 8/7 at 11 am is for 2nd grade and older
Everyone loves a parade! Come be part of this patriotic celebration with a kitten themed flair. Girls are asked to wear their sash or vests with some feline touches. (kitten ears, whiskers and black noses) Wagon floats decorated as kitten climbing posts are needed. Details on how to make the floats and the answers to all your other questions can be found on our flyer. All levels are welcome.There is no fee but we need an idea of how many are coming so please email or call Diane to confirm.
You need a body and mind to do all your favorite things, from jumping rope to writing in your diary to sharing ideas with friends. Jump into this workshop to discover what fitness, food, and fun you need to stay strong for life!
This is a two day workshop; girls must attend both days.
August 9th at 7:00 pm and Augst10th at 5:00 pm, Special Girl Scout discounts of $16.50 each. The group requirement has now been waved. There is limited availability. Patch included. See flyer for more details.
CANCELLED 5/18. Directors note: With the onset of winter, the numerous snow days and the extension of the school year, we were forced to reschedule. The rescheduled week proved to be convenient for many campers but not so for our adult volunteers.