Girl Scouts of Northern California
Alamo, Danville. Blackhawk, Diablo
Updated November 6, 2013
Up Coming Events 2013-2014
16th- Leaders meeting
Fall Products training is either Tuesday Sept 17th or Thursday Sept 19th - sign up for one at training at the Leader meeting
26th Parent Orientation
28th Service Unit Team Meeting
4th Leader Meetings
1-7 Product Delivery
8-24 Public Sales
9th Service Unit Team Meeting
12th Camporee adult planning
19th Caroling with Troop 33411
13th Leader Meeting
6th/7th/8th Cookie Training
17th Camporee Girl Planning
20th Cookie Initial Order-new price$5.00
21st Girl Scout Leadership Experience-Journeys explanied
27th Ice Skating
9th Cookie Distribution
8th Father Daughter Dance
22nd Dance -a-thon for Thinking Day WAGGS
24th Service Unit Team Meeting
16th End of Cookie Sales
31st Service Unit Team Meeting
28th Leader Meetings
3rd Golden Gate Bridging-Informal
9-11th LTSU wide Camporee
31st TFR Troop Financial Report
4th Fourth of July Parade
Stacey Archbell-Service Unit Director can be reached at:
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Patch Contest 2014
The winner receives placement in the session of her choice (full camp fee paid). The two runners up receive a check for $35.00. All 3 will receive a framed award during their sessions.
To download the form click here:
The Spring Registration Patches and Clipboards were distributed at the Leader Meeting last night.
If you did not pick up, they will be available at the next Leader Meeting on January 13th.
After that, they will be returned to GSNC Council office in Alameda.
Busy Girl Scout leaders,
I need to replace myself as Cookie Booth organizer for Las Trampas and wanted to give you some reasons to take on this job that I have enjoyed doing over the past few years.
1. You get to choose your cookie booths first! Want one of the 12 slots at Alamo Safeway? It’s yours. Get your TFR in really late? No problem. Girls trying to raise money for something? You have access to all of the spots and know what’s available for last minute adds.
2. It only takes 10-15 hours! Really! You talk to all of the store managers (4 hours), prepare signs for the cookie booth meeting (2 hours), hold the cookie booth meeting (2 hours max), enter data into spreadsheets (3 hours), help folks when needed (minimal) and attend training (1.5 hours).
3. You get a really cool thank you gift from Council. Girl Scout cooler, first aid kit, coffee warmer…be the envy of your friends.
4. Troop leaders and Cookie Moms are really nice and very self sufficient with booths. It’s true!
5. I will answer questions and provide you with all of the templates I used.
6. Share the job with a friend. It’s more fun and you can divide and conquer.
7. It is a great way to help all of the other busy Las Trampas leaders and you get some great benefits (see #’s 1 and 3).
Contact me if you have any questions or if you might be willing to do half of the job.
Thank you for your time.