Today’s Tips 2.14.22

Girl Scouts Celebrate Faith Materials 
Girl Scout Week is a time when we shout our Girl Scout pride from the rooftops! It’s also a time when many troops celebrate the connections between Girl Scouting and their faith, learn more about other faiths and thank faith partners for their support throughout the year. The Girl Scouts Celebrate Faith toolkit (which includes Girl Scout Sunday, which falls on March 6 this year) can be found on our website. Troops are welcome to use any of these materials in their celebrations. 

​Celebrate Black History Month
We invite you, as part of Black History Month, to explore the cultures, histories and traditions of the Black and African American communities in your own state and across the country through two patch programs. The Black History Month patch can be found here, and the “She’s My Friend” patch program from our sister council Girl Scouts Heart of the South can be found here



Looking for Delegates for the 2023 National Council Session
Starting in 1915 and every few years since then, delegates from every council across the nation and USA Girl Scouts Overseas have met to discuss, debate and vote on issues important to the Girl Scout Movement and elect national leaders for the next triennium. We can’t wait to gather again safely in person for our 56th National Council Session, which will take place in Orlando, Florida, July 18-20, 2023. Applications are now being accepted for those interested in being a GSCP2P delegate in Orlando. You can find the application here and the official delegate description here. Have other questions? Please e-mail us here.

Applications are being accepted through February 28. ​

Riding Instructor in Training Recognized by the Equus Foundation
A shout out to Sophia – an RIIT (Riding-Instructor-In-Training) at our Circle C Equestrian Center. Her volunteerism was recently recognized by EQUUS Foundation in a drawing for new riding boots. You can read more about it on our blog

Girl Scouts to the Moon and Back Essay Contest
In early 2022, NASA will launch the Artemis I mission around the moon and back to Earth—a step toward its goal of sending the first woman and the first person of color to the moon.

Here’s the exciting news: Girl Scout Daisies through Ambassadors can enter the Girl Scouts to the Moon and Back essay contest for the chance to win a space science badge that’s been to the moon on the Artemis I! Fifteen winners from each Girl Scout level will be selected to win.

Between now and March 1, Daisies through Ambassadors can visit this website to review the official contest rules, complete the free space science badge activity for their Girl Scout level and submit a contest entry form, including a response to the appropriate essay question.​

Upcoming Programs
VIRTUAL: Global Cooking Series- Cooking with a Non-Profit
Friday, February 25
Open to all Girl Scouts

Brownie Journey Away
Saturday, March 5
Camp Pisgah

Junior Journey Away
Saturday, March 5
Camp Pisgah

110th Birthday Bash
Saturday, March 12
Camp Ginger Cascades, Camp Pisgah, Keyauwee Program Center
Open to all Girl Scout and families 

Community Partner Spotlight
The Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden is one of our Community Partners who loves to get girls outside and introduce them to the world of plants- something they may not know much about. 

On Saturday, March 19, the Garden will be hosting Girl Scouts in Bloom, a program for Girl Scout Juniors to learn about gardens and flowers while participating in hands-on activities. You can find more details about the program here. The registration deadline is March 7. 



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