Thursday, November 8, 2012
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6:00pm Category: Junior Programs[6:00pm] Jewelry Series (cont.)
Get an amazing experience working with jewelers during this 4-week series. Make 4 pieces of jewelry, and earn your entire Jeweler Badge! Design your own clay beads and pendant that you can tie into all your pieces, learn how to distress copper to make a pin, use beads in a bracelet, make a pendant necklace and make a final piece to give away. Must attend all 4 sessions to receive Badge. Limit adults to Girl Scout ratios (limited space). Registration Deadline: 10/11/12 Cost: $24/girl (incl. all jewelry & Badge) Min/Max: 5/20 Program Manager: Julie

[6:30pm] Girl Scout Gold Award Trainings
This workshop is for registered Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors interested in working on the Girl Scout Gold Award. In this workshop, girls will learn the steps to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award, the history and benefits of the award, how parents and leaders can help, how to fill out paperwork and more. This training is required to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award. Projects should not be started until after training and completing the required Journey book(s). However, girls/troops may choose to complete one or two Senior/Ambassador Journey books as required before attending the training. *Please note: Girls who have earned their Silver Award will be required to only complete one Senior/Ambassador level Journey before starting their projects. Girls who did not earn their Silver Award will need to complete two Senior/Ambassador level Journey books before starting their projects. Adults are limited to Girl Scout ratios. Registration Deadline: 10/16/12 Cost: $5/girl (Adult/Volunteer materials available online at www.gsofsi.org) Min/Max: 10/25 Program Manager: Angie

[6:30pm] PB & J Workshop
PB & J (Proficiency Badges and Journeys) The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is comprised of two distinct components: the Journeys, which develop girls' leadership ability through the three leadership keys (Discover, Connect, and Take Action) and proficiency badges, which build girls' topic-specific skills. Together, they complement each other like peanut butter and jelly! This experiential workshop will help you make your own flavor of PB & J while enhancing your knowledge of the Girl Scout National Program Portfolio. Who: Any adult volunteer providing direct service to girls. Min/Max: 6/20 Bring: Grade Level Resources (Journeys, including Adult Guide and the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting) if you have them. Deadline: Registration closes one (1) week prior to the day of the training.