On Saturday, June 30, 2012, Troop 2571 (Daisy/Brownie troop) undertook a Community Service project. They colored 100 American flags and presented them to the residents of Lifehouse Parkview Healthcare Center in honor of the Fourth of July. The girls also accomplished one of ten tasks to complete one of the 100th things for the 100th G.S. Anniversary, they read for 100 minutes to the...
Service Unit 25 was celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting and collecting 100 cans of food per day at their Twilight camp on June 25-29 at Clovis High School. Their goal was to collect 500 cans (100 cans per day). They surpassed their goal and collected 620 cans! An anonymous donor donated $1 for every can donated in the name of Girl Scouts! The canned food and donation went to needy...
Service Unit 30 hosted a Twilight Camp June 18 – 21 from 6:00pm to 8:45PM at the Fresno Sportsmen’s Club. Twilight Camp is where girls get an introduction to the things that have made Girl Scouting such a strong, safe, fun tradition.
Camp opened each night with a flag ceremony followed by Service Unit 30′s world famous relays. The girls then broke into small groups....
Over 100 Girl Scouts participated in the Big Read with the Fresno Library. The Big Read with the Fresno
Library was a Patch program.
Complete the first four activities plus:
Brownies: complete any two additional activities
Juniors/Cadettes: complete any three additional activities
Seniors/Ambassadors: complete any four additional activities.
1. Get Reading!-...
Girl Scouts of Central California South, CEO, Cathy Ferguson recently attended the Girl Scouts National Corporate Leadership Meeting in Washington D.C. The theme for this year’s meeting this year was: “What Must We Do ToGetHerThere*?” The meeting included topics such as: Dialogue on Operational Topics, Awareness and Action, Media and our Cause Campaign, and Strategic Corporate...
Two troops from SU 15 and a troop, from SU 12 sent supplies to a school in Senegal that basically has nothing. The families can barely afford yearly tuition for their children which amounts approximately to $2.00 US dollars.
The girls from Troop 213 asked family, friends and their teachers for donations of school supplies. They also used some of their profits from cookie sales...
Background Screening Update
The background screening process is now online! Click here!
Who needs to complete a background screening?
-All leaders and co-leaders
-All volunteer chaperone/drivers – must also be at least 21 years old and a registered Girl Scout adult.
-All volunteers who handle money – must also be a registered Girl Scout adult
-All Troop or Service Unit...
Linda is being awarded a special Community Take Action Award in recognition of her hands-on leadership and personal commitment to community service and improving the lives of hundreds of families in the south Central Valley.
Linda will receive her award at the Girl Scouts of Central California South 100th anniversary Gala on August 25th at the Clovis Veterans’ Memorial...
Troop 2719 (from left to right: Katie, Courtney, Jasper, Brooklyn, Jasmine, Callie) from Bakersfield canvassed their neighborhoods for donations for the Bakerfield Pet Food Pantry. They excercised their Powers of One and Power of Team, and collected pet food and pet items for their community, and so earned their Agent of Change patches.
Post by: GSCCS
| Posted on: June 18, 2012
| In: News
In celebration of the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary, Alcoa Foundation in partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) launched the Global Green Team Partnership Program. This program “twins” 20 Girl Scouts councils in the U.S. and 20 Girl Guides member organizations in 13 countries who will work together on Global Green Team...