Monday, September 21, 2020


 Our website is moving!
Check out our new Website at:

This is your best place to find out information on all things for Cache Girl Scouts.
See ya over there!


 Congratulations to Jane L. from Troop 2033 for winning our Patch Design Contest! 
Jane's patch design will be used for those who attend a virtual event with Cache Girl Scouts.

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Patch Design Contest

 Cache Girl Scouts is holding a patch design contest!

    All Girl Scouts in Cache and Rich counties are invited to submit a design for a patch contest. The winner will get a fun prize. Here are the guidelines
  •  The design must be original and drawn by hand or digitally by a registered Girl Scout K-12. 
  •  Use any number of colors you wish, but use only solid colors. Do not blend one color gradually into another color. 
  • Metallic colors are fine!
  • Simpler is usually better.
  • Design should be inside a perfect square. The border of the square can be a different color.
  • Design must include these 2 phrases somehow: 1)  I Tried a Virtual Event!  and 2) Cache Girl Scouts 2020-2021
  • If you include the Girl Scout trefoil shape, it must be colored in Girl Scout green and no other color. You cannot put words or letters inside or on top of the trefoil shape.
  • Do not use the Girl Scout profiles symbol that has the three faces.
 The deadline for submission is September 15th. Submit designs by email to

A winner will be chosen by the Service Unit Leadership Team and announced by September 22nd. 

 The winning design will be made into patches that girls and leaders can earn by attending an event this year put on by Cache Girl Scouts that has a portion online. 

-- RLE

She and Me

 Our "She and Me" event will be held September 26, 2020. More information will be coming soon!


Friday, July 31, 2020


Girl Scout Galaxy Camp – Our Galaxy, Night & Day! 
Explore the sun, moon, planets, and stars with Girl Scouts from Cache Valley! Choose from online workshops and in-person activities at your comfort level that highlight the galaxy's awesomeness and help Girl Scouts earn their Space Science badges! Talk to your troop leader - this could be a great troop activity and use of troop funds! Use the grade you will be in for the 2020-2021 school year to see which event you should attend.
These are community events open to registered Girl Scouts and spots are limited.
 Registration deadlines: -
Saturday, Aug. 1st for D/J
Thursday, Aug. 6th for B/C/S

Packet pickup: -
 Monday, Aug. 3rd for Daisies
Wednesday, Aug. 5th for Juniors
Tuesday, Aug. 11th Brownies, Cadettes, Seniors

Daisies (K-1)- Space Science Explorer Badge (online) 
Tuesday, August 4th, 10am -11:30am and online follow-up Friday, August 7th, 10am-10:40am. Daisies will learn how the Earth rotates, make shadow drawings, decorate their own pretend sky-viewing tools (binoculars or telescopes), make predictions about the moon, and create star art! *Girls entering kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year must already be a registered Girl Scout (using the early bird registration promotion).

 UPDATED - Brownies (Grades 2-3): Space Science Adventurer Badge (online)
Tuesday, August 12th, 2pm-3:30pm and online follow-up Friday, August 14th, 6pm.
Brownies will learn the "ingredients" of our solar system, play a planet name game, make a pocket solar system, create moon art with Oreos, and learn a constellation story!

 Juniors (Grades 4-5): Space Science Investigator (online)
Thursday, Aug 6th from 10am-11:30am and online follow-up Friday, August 7 th , 10:40-11:00am. Juniors will learn about scale models, find out their ages on other planets, discover the distance of objects in space, make a planisphere (a star wheel), and choose to become a mission specialist for a planet or a Mars rover inventor.

*Juniors are invited to attend an in-person Galaxy Night at Sarina Pace’s backyard in North Logan the following night. Girls will work on their Outdoor Art badge and extend their Space Science badge learning (see details below).

 UPDATED - Cadettes & Seniors (6-10): Space Science Badges (online) 
Wednesday, Aug 5th from 7-8:30pm, and online follow-up Friday, August 14 th , 6pm-6:30pm.
Girls will learn how to split light and view “invisible” light, make a Newton disk spinner, see the stars in a new way, and learn how to conserve the night sky. They will also learn the elements of stardust, use observations of light and light meter apps to explore the brilliance of stars, compare our eyes to telescopes, explore the ideas of “standard candles” and “stellar parallax”, and choose a project to make and share with others the next week.

 UPDATED - Follow-up Fridays:
Come back online to share your projects and complete your badge!
 ● Daisies/Juniors- Friday, Aug.7th, 10am-10:40am
● Brownies/Cadettes/Seniors - Friday, Aug. 14th, 6pm-6:40pm

Junior Galaxy Night! (4th & 5th graders)
Friday, August 7th, 7:30-9:30pm, North Logan 
Make a galaxy t-shirt, create celestial jewelry, photograph the outdoors, munch a galactic snack, find constellations and satellites, launch a balloon rocket, and play flashlight tag!
*NOTE *This activity is in-person. Per GSU, social distancing rules apply and masks must be worn at all times.

Family Solar System Walk (All Ages)
 Saturday, Aug. 8, come anytime 9-11am or 6-8pm.
Actually called the Logan River Planet Walk, this 1.9 mile (out and back) scale model of the planets in our solar system is a great resource to our Valley! Take a family walk on a paved path by the Logan River (trailhead at Rendezvous Park near Logan River Golf Course).
 Bring your smartphone and listen to podcasts about the solar system (made by local 6 th graders!) as you go. This is a self-monitored family walk. We encourage Girl Scouts to wear their vests! A main purpose of this activity is for Girl Scouts to be able to connect with each other by seeing each other along the path and saying hello!

*NOTE* This activity is in-person. Per GSU guidelines regarding in-person Girl Scout activities, social distancing rules apply, and masks must be worn.

● Online Badge Workshop (D/B/J/C/S): $6/girl - includes materials, treat & badge
● Junior Galaxy Night (North Logan) - 4th & 5th grade (in-person - max 20): $10/girl - includes materials, snack, and t-shirt
● Girl Scout Families Self-Guided Solar System Walk (All Ages): FREE

To register for any of the events, click the following link: Galaxy Camp 2020 registration

* At the end of registering, you can choose to pay online or to drop it in the box at 433 E 2720 N in North Logan. Make checks payable to GSU.

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Centennial Day Camp - Online!


A service unit south of us has created a really great online Day Camp, and you should check it out!  This is likely your only opportunity for a Day Camp this summer, as we were unable to figure out how to get one together ourselves before the end of the summer.

Visit this link and get all the details:

If you decide to register, shoot an email to cachegirlscout (at) If enough local scouts register, the Leadership Team will help work out a supply pickup in Cache Valley so that you don't have to drive to Ogden or pay for shipping to get your supplies.

Friday, April 3, 2020

Find Cookies

Find Cookies

Our Cookie Sale was disrupted this year due to COVID-19, leaving girls in Cache and Rich counties with cookies in inventory. You can still support girls in Utah by donating cookies to our Hometown Heroes - first responders, healthcare workers, and those working tirelessly in our community. Help girls build important skills in leadership,  entrepreneurship, STEM, and outdoors, and support scholarships for girls.

You can also still order cookies online for yourself! They will be shipped straight from the factory.

Virtual Service Unit Meeting - April 9

The link to join the meeting is being emailed to all our Girl Scout families and troop volunteers.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Matilda the Musical Backstage Pass

When: Thursday, April 16, 4-5 PM
Where: Smithfield
Event Directors: Diana Thomas, Jacquie Sanson, Anna Lisa Davidson
Who: Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. Female friends at the same ages. Girl Scout Volunteers. Parents.
Cost: Free
Registration Deadline: April 9th.
  • Minimum Attendees: 5. Maximum: 30
Tour behind the scenes of Matilda - The Musical. Meet the director, actors, and actresses. Learn how costumes and sets come together. See how special effects are created. Some badgework will be completed for each level.

Cache Girl Scouts at "Matilda the Musical'


When: Saturday, April 11, 1:30 - 3:30
Where: Smithfield
Event Directors: Diana Thomas, Jacquie Sanson, Anna Lisa Davidson
Who: Anyone! Children under 18 years of age must attend with an adult. This is not a drop-off event.
Cost: $13 per person
  • Payment must be online right away; or in cookie credits, cash or check sent to Anna Lisa Davidson, 355 E Riverdale, River Heights UT 84321. All payments must be RECEIVED by March 27th.
  • Financial aid is not available for this event.
  • Cookie Credits can be used for partial payment, use the following codes during check-out: "COOKIE CREDIT 5" 'COOKIE CREDIT 750" or "COOKIE CREDIT 10." Change cannot be given for cookie credit payments per GSU rules.
  • Fee covers entrance to the musical for all and a patch for youth in grades K-12.
  • Cancellations before March 27th will be refunded minus $3. After the 27th, all fees are forfeited. If events statewide are still canceled, refunds WILL be given.
Registration Deadline: March 27th at 11:59 PM.
  • Minimum Attendees: 15. Maximum: none.
  • Event Releases are not required by Cache Girl Scouts, but if Girl Scouts attend with the troop, troop leaders are responsible for collecting parent permission slips.
Attend a great musical with Cache Girl Scouts! "Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical is the captivating masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life.
Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence, and psychokinetic powers. She's unloved by her cruel parents but impresses her schoolteacher, the highly loveable Miss Honey. Over the course of her first term at school, Matilda and Miss Honey have a profound effect on each other's lives, as Miss Honey begins not only to recognize but also appreciate Matilda's extraordinary personality. Matilda's school life isn't completely smooth sailing, however – the school's mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, hates children and just loves thinking up new punishments for those who don't abide by her rules. But Matilda has courage and cleverness in equal amounts, and could be the school pupils' saving grace!
Packed with high-energy dance numbers, catchy songs and an unforgettable star turn for a young actress, Matilda is a joyous girl power romp. Children and adults alike will be thrilled and delighted by the story of the special little girl with an extraordinary imagination." --quoted from

She & Me Tea Party and Volunteer Recognition

Saturday, January 25, 2020

USU Girls Sports Clinic!

February 1, 12-1 PM,


USU's Estes Center

For any girl in Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Register at

Join Aggie women athletes for the 2020 National Girls and Women’s in Sports Day.  They will be able to enjoy activities involving basketball, gymnastics, softball, track, cheerleading, and more!  Expect to meet Big Blue.  All girls who participate in the clinic at noon will receive free admission to the game that afternoon as the Aggies take on San Diego State.

This is NOT a Girl Scout-sponsored event, but they would love us all to be there!