Here’s what’s happening in GSCP2P this week….
|The Fall Product Program Begins Today! |
The Fall Product Program kicks off today, September 14! And we want all our troops to consider participating! The program is an easy way for girls to earn startup funds for their troop by selling delicious candy and nut items, as well as magazines.
Girl Scouts should receive an e-mail today with a special link to get started with the online component of the program. If the e-mail is not received or is blocked as spam, simply click on the rotating banner on our council’s website homepage or go directly to www.gsnutsandmags.com/gscp2p. Girls can participate with their troop or individually. Click here for more details on how to get started!
Enter in the Fall Product Program Digital Drawings!
If a girl sends at least 20 e-mails through the M2 System asking friends and family to support her troop through the purchase of candy and nut items or a magazine subscription, she will be entered in our Fall Product Program digital drawings. Drawings will begin on September 17 and include lots of awesome prizes. Being selected as a winner is as easy as sending a few e-mails! The September 17 prize will be a Tie-Dye Kit with 102 pieces. Don’t miss out!
New Cookie Shirt Available for Pre-order
This fun, cookie-themed, long sleeve T-shirt is coming to our council shops and available for pre-order for only $26!
Do you have Cookie Dough to spend? No problem! What about your $5 spring renewal coupon? (Don’t forget they expire September 30!) This is the perfect way to spend it! You can place your order for these brand new shirts here.
|Virtual Programs Still Going Strong|
Our virtual badge workshops are still happening throughout the week, with options for all Girl Scout levels. This week, we are featuring a special Product Badge Series to help girls get excited about the Fall Product Program. You can find registration information for these and other sessions for the weeks of September 14 and 21 here.
Join Us at the Barn!
It’s a great time of year to be outside, and if you have a girl who loves horses (or is eager to get her first experience), Circle C Equestrian Center is the place to be. Circle C has small group horse programs almost every weekend. A variety of programs gives girls the opportunity to ride the horses, try horseback archery, complete badges, make art at the barn and more! You can view all the horse sessions here.