Thursday, December 11, 2014

Parent Meeting

Date:     Saturday, January 10, 2015
Time:     11:00-12:00 p.m.
Place:    Logan Library – Bonneville Room, 255 N Main

You and any girl, grades K-12, are invited to attend this Girl Scout Information Meeting to learn about being a Girl Scout or volunteer. What can a girl do? A world of good! Today girls can inspire change, stand up against bullying, or feed a community. Girl Scouts help girls gain courage, confidence and character to reach their full potential. Whether you are a girl, college student, parent, or adult (female or male) who is looking to make a difference in a girl's life, there is a place for you in Girl Scouts.

Friday, December 5, 2014

2015 Cookie Rally & Parent Training

It's time for the 2015 cookie season.  Registered Girl Scouts must have at least one parent/guardian attend the cookie training for them to be able to sell cookies.  Girls are encouraged to attend the cookie rally while their parent/guardian attends the parent training.  Both events are at the same location.  Please use the links below to find out more information and to register for the events.  


Parent Training Registration Link:




Cookie Rally Registration Link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ypo80kNKcE33bPHFazr42zC93esvjMhokYDuA9dD5N8/viewform

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Girl Scout Council Programs

Happy December Girl Scouts!

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday with friends and family. 
We are incredibly grateful for you and everything you do to make Girl Scouting amazing for the girls in your life!

Here are some great opportunities coming up for December, there are also training and learning opportunities for volunteers below. 

Want to see what else is going on through May? 
Check out our full program line up at http://www.gsutah.org/gsu-go
We also have an easy to download and print calendar option!

DECEMBER PROGRAMS
Girls can attend these programs with their troop, on their own, and/or with an adult.  Each program outlines what the requirements are.  If you have any questions about programming, please do not hesitate to contact us.

**Sign into your Girl Scout Account before following the links to programs, this will help when registering for these awesome opportunities.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT. . Last Chance!
2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Bring your family or your troop and join us for this enduring holiday tradition – The Nutcracker Ballet performed by Ballet West at the Capitol Theatre. All girls/minors must attend with an adult, please.
Our Seats are in Orchestra 4

10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Try out the different hands-on STEM programs that Zaniac offers and ignite your imagination! At the STEM Exploration Activity Day, girls will rotate through different stations, each exploring an exciting STEM program at Zaniac. Stations include: Minecraft Demonstration, Math Jeopardy, a Lego Robotics challenge, a Computer Programming activity, and Chess mini-games. Girls will earn a Zaniac STEM Exploration patch for participation.

1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Pyrex or petri dish? Scientist or chef? Here, you won’t have to decide! Dabble in Chemistry with your own tasty potions and colorful candy concoctions, then test the limits of culinary design by creating your very own lab coat-worthy delights!

5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Get input on your Gold Award Project plan and ideas and ask questions about your Project Proposal! Discuss your ideas with members of the Gold Award Committee, Higher Award Representatives, and previous Gold Award Recipients prior to submitting your proposal and participating in an interview. This is a great way for you to organize your thoughts and ensure that your idea addresses the root cause and aspect of sustainability that is necessary for a Gold Award Project. All girls working towards their Gold are highly encouraged to attend one of these meetings. Adults are welcome to attend as support for the girls in their process of earning their Gold Award.

4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Learn what it takes to unleash your creativity through the stroke of a brush. Spend an afternoon at Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum learning the different techniques and styles of painting. Enhance your artistic skills and study significant periods of art history. Discovery Gateway will provide the supplies and inspiration to paint a landscape or portrait of your own. You will complete the requirements for the Painting Badge. Fee includes art supplies, admission into the museum, and Painting Badge.

5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Get input on your Gold Award Project plan and ideas and ask questions about your Project Proposal! Discuss your ideas with members of the Gold Award Committee, Higher Award Representatives, and previous Gold Award Recipients prior to submitting your proposal and participating in an interview. This is a great way for you to organize your thoughts and ensure that your idea addresses the root cause and aspect of sustainability that is necessary for a Gold Award Project. All girls working towards their Gold are highly encouraged to attend one of these meetings. Adults are welcome to attend as support for the girls in their process of earning their Gold Award.

10:00 AM-12:00 PM
The Natural History Museum of Utah is where science meets fun! At this workshop, you'll make scientific observations and try your hand at experimenting as you create chemical reactions, investigate solids and gasses, test bubbles, and explore static electricity. Plus, receive a participation patch from NHMU!

10:00 AM-12:00 PM
There's an amazing ecosystem in your backyard! Get to know some of the many plants, insects, and animals that make their homes in Utah as you earn your Animal Habitats Badge at the Natural History Museum of Utah. You'll investigate predator and prey relationships, life cycles, behaviors, and habitats through activities, crafts and outdoor exploration.

1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Calling all Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors! Join us as we dig into the Cookie Program and start building plans to reach your goals! Do you love camp, programs, or travelling? Do you have your eye on something special from Girl Scouts? With so many amazing things to choose from in Girl Scouts, how do you know what to reach for? Come and join us as we will go through the Cookie Program goals and help YOU to reach for the stars! We will be going through Cookie Badge requirements for all ages!

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT
December 30, 2014 5:30 PM-January 01, 2015 11:00 AM
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1-Happy New Year! Bring in 2015 at camp, rocking-out with your friends! From campfires, glow-stick tag, snowshoeing, songs, and art projects – there is something for everyone! Girls in grades K-5 will have different programming and sleeping areas from girls in grades 6-12.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

More Girl Scout Volunteers Needed!

We are still in need of more Girl Scouts (Grades 6-12) to volunteer for this service project!  Please give of your time so we can show the community what Girl Scouts can do!  If you are an adult and wish to volunteer, please feel free to sign up along with your daughter.  We really want to make an impact on the community with this service project!



Our Girl Scout community is sponsoring a special service project for parents here in Cache Valley.  We are providing free babysitting for children 2 - 8 (who are potty trained) so that parents can do some holiday shopping.  

We need Girl Scouts to help with this service project by donating their time to babysit during the event.  You can volunteer to help with this event if you are a Cadette or older (Grades 6-12). 

It will take place on Friday November 21st from 6:00-8:00pm at the Whittier Center.  There will be adults available to help with any questions or needs.

You can use the link below to sign up to volunteer.   Please email Ellen (ellenanded6@yahoo.com) if you have any questions.  

The number of children we can accept is determined by the number of Girl Scouts that volunteer.  This is a great opportunity to get service hours, live the Girl Scout law and help out the community!  

Volunteer Registration Link: 

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Parent Meeting - Learn More About Girl Scouts!



Girl Scout Parent Meeting

Saturday - November 8, 2014
10:30am-11:30am
Logan Library - Bonneville Room


Come find out what Girl Scouting can do for your daughter and your family. Experienced leaders will talk with you and show you how scouting turns girls into leaders in a fun environment. Learn about journeys, patches, activities, service opportunities and more for your daughter. There are troops all over the valley.  If there’s not a troop near you – you can easily start one.  You don’t need experience – we train and support you so running a troop is fun and easy!  Girl Scouts is for girls in grades K-12!

Friday, October 10, 2014

Cache Getaway

Tomorrow is the Last Day for Early Bird Price!



Cache Getaway is here again!  It will be held on Friday, October 24th at 6pm until Saturday, October 25th until 2:30pm.  This event is for all registered Girl Scouts in Kindergarten - 12th Grade.

Register between September 18th and October 11th and pay only $25 per girl.  

Register between October 12th - 18th and the cost is $35 per girl.  

Cookie credits, cash, check, and credit cards are accepted.    

Parent volunteers are needed in order to run this event!  Adult volunteers are $5 each to cover food costs.  Let us know your plans in the question/comment box at the end of the form.  

Please email cachegirlscout@gmail.com with any questions.

Registration Link:
http://bit.ly/cachegetaway