Monday, December 23, 2019

World Thinking Day Fair - Feb 8 - sign up NOW!!

Because 2020 is a big year for GSU, there is a special huge World Thinking Day Fair on Sat, February 8th just for the Girl Scouts in Northern Utah (from Farmington to the Idaho border). It is for families or troops to attend, and troops organize a booth based on a decade or country.

To check it out and sign-up for a troop booth (must be done ASAP) go to

Cache Girl Scouts will not be holding our own Thinking Day Event this year, in order to not burden troops.

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Volunteer Training - First Aid & Volunteer Toolkit - Jan 18

First of all, Merry Christmas to all of you wonderful troop leaders, co-leaders and Service Unit Team Leadership members! I hope your holidays are going well and you feel the love and peace of the season. I'm grateful for all the time and love you put into the girls you have responsibility for. Here's a cute picture just for you!

Now, Girl Scouts of Utah is sending trainers up here to hold a First-Aid/CPR/AED class ($30), as well as a Volunteer Took Kit workshop (free). These will be held Saturday, January 18th in River Heights. First-aid is at 10 AM, VTK is at noon. You can attend just one, or both. You must register through GSU. Lunch will not be provided, so bring your own sack lunch if you're doing both.

Registration links: 

Remember that at least one adult that is First-Aid/CPR/AED certified must be present at every troop meeting, gathering or outing. Also, certification must be renewed every 2 years. The Toolkit has been continuously improved and added upon (even older scout stuff). If you have not tried to use it in the last 6 months, it is highly recommended that you come to the workshop. 

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Babysitting Certification Clinic

Super Sitter Safety Class

Saturday, Dec 7, 2019

9 AM - Noon

Logan Regional Hospital - Classroom 1
500 E 1400 N
Logan, UT

Instructor: Dorothy Watts. , (435) 716-5310

Cost: $35, cookie credits cannot be used for this class.

Who: Kids aged 10-15 years. Minimum 5 attendees, Maximum 10.

Link to register

Please note that once students are registered, we plan on their attendance and we are unable to refund or reschedule. 

Kids ages 10-15 will learn lifesaving skills and how to provide fun and safe care for infants and younger children. The class will train sitters in the following:

  • Hands-on Emergency training for a choking infant or child 
  • Hands-on Emergency training on how to perform basic infant & child CPR (not a certification) 
  • Safety rules for hand hygiene and basic first aid 
  • How to calm a crying infant 
  • How to plan age appropriate activities that are safe and fun 
  • How to feed, burp & diaper an infant 
  • What items to include in a babysitting kit 

Each child will receive their own babysitting bag which includes a booklet that summarizes the information discussed in class!

This is not a Girl Scout-sponsored event.

Older Girl Day Camp Planning Meeting

Today, Saturday, November 23

3:00 PM

Davidson Home, 355 E Riverdale Ave in River Heights. 

All Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors (and their parents) are invited to come get the planning started for the Day Camp scheduled in June.

Light refreshments will be provided.

If you are unable to make it today, don't stress! There will be more opportunities to help plan the day camp.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Girl Power Palooza with Kappa Delta

Girl Power Palooza with Kappa Delta

Saturday, Nov 16th, 1-3 PM

Davis Conference Center in Layton

Open to all ages (K-12)

Girls are $10, adults are free

Register online by Nov 10th.

Girls will join the Kappa Delta sorority from Utah State for an afternoon of Girl Power! Girls will make friendship bracelets, join the Confidence Coalition, have a dance party, and celebrate the power of the GIRL! Girls will also receive a limited edition Kappa Delta + Girl Scout patch. This is a bring a friend event, so nonmembers can attend for the same price as members.