We have updated our Camping page with great resources like printable kaper charts, supply lists, activities, and more!
Kids Who Care is a recognition program with a scholarship award for kids who do a lot of community service. It is for outstanding students in grades 9-12 who have a special commitment to volunteerism.
For more information you can call 678-916-3100 and speak to Michele Pearce. She is the Community Service Awards Chair, Junior League of Atlanta and her email is email@example.com.
Not sure where to begin with a journey or trying to be more girl led? The council has new sample session plans and checklists for all journeys at all program levels! View them here.
The Girl Scout 100th Anniversary toolkit is now available at www.gsgatl.org in pdf format.
Lots of ideas and activities for your troop to celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouting.
Do you need help with the new website?
Need something from the Badge and Sash? Anxious to get your hands on those new Girl’s Guides, but don’t want to drive to Mableton or Cumming? You can shop from the comfort of your home without even paying any shipping costs! Caryn will be going to the Badge and Sash before our next Service Unit meeting, and will be happy to pick up the items you need. Just contact her before September 5 to get your order in! Delivery date is our September 12 SU meeting.
It’s a new program year for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta and there are lots of exciting things going on! New program materials; a new volunteer helpline; exciting celebrations for the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting; a new web site; and new ways to bring Girl Scouting to more girls!
Download Whats New for 2011-2012 now (note: this pdf file is over 5mb)
Older Girl Scouts from Haverim Service Unit are hosting a 100th Anniversary Sing-Along at the Bremen Museum in Atlanta.
Come celebrate Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday and kick off the 100th year of Girl Scouting with a Sing-Along at the Bremen Museum. There will be opportunities to work on Girl Scout awards and religious recognitions (medals) too. The cost is $5.00 per person, which includes a patch, refreshments, a tour of the Bremen Museum, and a donation to the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund.
Space is limited – please register by September 18th. Contact your Service Unit Directors for more information or to sign up.