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100th Anniversary Sing-A-Long

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.

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Survival Kit for Leader’s Daughters

Here is a great craft I came across (http://www.epilogsys.com/scoutingweb/SubPages/LeadTroopDaughter.htm). It is meant to be created by a leader and given to her/his daughter to remind them of how special they are. – Lee


 

Basket – because you carried more than your share into and out of meetings and events

Bumble Bee – Thanks for always “bee-ing” there to help

Egg – because you’re a good egg, not cracking under pressure

Candle – you’re the light of my life

Hugs & Kisses – to remind you that you’re appreciated

Starburst – for a burst of energy on the days you have a lot to carry home from meetings

Gum –to stick with Girl Scouts

Penny –you’re valuable and special to me

Smiley stickers –we both need to stick together and help each other, smiles are contagious

Heart – I LOVE YOU

Confetti – to celebrate joys, which I will always share and you’re the joy of Girl Scouts for me

Pen & Paper – what you have to share with me is important…even if you need to write it down

Balloon – to lift your spirits when it’s tough sharing mom with everyone else

Key – to remember the “key” to Girl Scouting

Snowflake – you are wonderful and unique

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How To Manage Troop Records (without going crazy)

Starting a troop notebook is a simple and effective way to keep those important forms and papers organized.

The latest council forms are always on their website, GSGATL.org. Here is the current direct link to the forms page. Our service unit also has troop rosters and other forms available for you once you are a registered leader.

Note that now you can track registration information online via eBiz.

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