Today’s Tips 3.15.21

Weekend of Service, April 9-11
Mark your calendars for our annual Weekend of Service, happening April 9-11. This year’s theme is environmental stewardship, and we have several community partners that we are excited to have celebrating with us. You can find full details, project signups, a toolkit and more on our blog!

And be sure to join us for our kickoff event on April 9 at 6:30 p.m. on Facebook.


Join the National Girl Advisory Board 
Girl Scouts of the USA is excited to announce that a new national group of older girl leaders is forming! The Girl Advisory Board of GSUSA will work with the national office on key projects aligned with national strategy—providing critical insight and innovative ideas for serving girls in the 21st century.

Members of the board will make recommendations, contribute to key initiatives and influence decision-making at Girl Scouts’ national office. They’ll gain valuable experience as they support and drive change at a national nonprofit organization and receive hands-on training and professional development.

All Girl Scouts who will be in grades 8-12 in the fall of 2021 are eligible to apply (between now and midnight on March 31). Click here to find the application. 

Spend Your Spring Break at Virtual Day Camp!
Spring break will be here soon! Come spend it with us at our virtual day camp.
Our girls chose the topics so don’t miss your chance to earn the badges and Journeys of your choice. There are two spring break day camp opportunities- one running Tuesday, March 30- Friday, April 2 and one Monday, April 5- Thursday, April 8. Find the programs being offered for all levels here.

Community Partner Spotlight
FARE 101: Join Marie Malloy from FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) to learn the basics about food allergies and our new food allergy awareness patch program. You can learn more about our patch program here. There is a workshop for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors and one for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors

Girl Talk Mother/Daughter Workshop: Presented by the Poe Center, Girl Talk addresses the timely topic of adolescent growth and development and the physical, social, and emotional changes that girls experience during puberty. Join Poe’s expert health educators for fun and meaningful online activities and candid discussions designed to help mothers and daughters explore a range of topics. You can find more details and registration information here


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