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riverwood
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Post Bridging locations
on: April 9, 2012, 09:35
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Our service unit is planning its own bridging event, but your troop can also scout out favorite locations for a troop level ceremony.  We are looking for suggestions from other volunteers, and will be creating a page all about bridging after our April SU meeting.

Possible locations include:
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<li>Girl Scout camps</li>
<li>Churches</li>
<li>Parks with bridges or amphitheaters/gazebos</li>
<li>Recreation centers</li>
<li>State parks, particularly day use areas</li>
<li>Neighborhood club houses</li>
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Any locations outside of your regular meeting location and date should be approved by council with an activity request.  Visit <a href="https://www.gsgatl.org/forms/Pages/Volunteer-Forms.aspx">https://www.gsgatl.org/forms/Pages/Volunteer-Forms.aspx</a>  to view safety activity checkpoints as well.

Melissa
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Post Re: Bridging locations
on: April 24, 2012, 22:07
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Our troop has used Rope Mill Park (near the new Rope Mill Rd exit on I-575) for bridging. I'd recommend it for a weeknight troop meeting ceremony since it is not too crowded then.

Camp Pine Acres also has a nice footbridge near Lakeside Cabin.

Boling Park in Canton also has a beautiful bridge that was an Eagle Scout project if you don't mind hiking in a little ways to get there.

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