Troop 60644On Tuesday, Brownie Troop 60644 revisited the butterfly garden they had planted at CAPE Charter school in Camarillo last year as part of their Daisy project. The girls--complete with shovels in hand--were there to add mulch to the garden and add new plants to attract butterflies. Last year, the Troop Leader, Lynn, attended GSCCC's … Continue reading Brownie Troop 60644 Revisits Butterfly Garden
Meet Daisy, now Brownie Troop 61235! Yesterday was their special "Bridging" ceremony as the girls transitioned from Daisies to Brownies!Troop 61235Ceremonies help Girl Scouts mark special events throughout the year, such as bridging to another level, earning a National Leadership Journey award, or getting a Girl Scout pin. Ceremonies can commemorate accomplishments or add something … Continue reading Bridging Ceremonies
Both second and third grade Brownies . . . and some Daisy troops, braved the drizzly cold of a gray Saturday morning, May 6, to participate in the Annual Brownilympics in Thousand Oaks.A tradition since 1984, when the Olympics came to Los Angeles, Brownilympics has been a volunteer-driven event that has been going strong ever … Continue reading Brownilympics — Let the Games Begin!
GSCCC Kicks Off Brownilympics in Thousand Oaks on May 6 and Simi Valley on May 20 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.!Brownilympics is a day of sports and fun for first grade Daisies, and second and third grade Brownie Girl Scouts held each spring. The event, which is run by fathers, features a patch design … Continue reading Celebrate Brownilympics May 6 & May 20 in Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley!
Troop 91110 visited Salinas City Hall, received a tour from Mayor Gunter and made it into the "News from the City Manager" newsletter! http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render… Girl Scouts learn about the community they live in. Has your troop visited a local place of government lately?