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By Nikki

Girls Night Out
Grades 4-12 
What do YOU have in
common with a solar cell
phone charger and a
robotic car? Find out at
this special Girls Night
Out as we partner with
Go Solar! Kids to push
boundaries challenge
ourselves and look at the
world in a new way. Get
energized with pool time,
a dance party, and fun.
Cost includes program
supplies, patch, snack,
pizza, and light breakfast.

Cost: $30 girl, $5 adult
Date: November 22-23, 2014,
from 8 pm-8am

 

Sneak Peek
Pajama Party
Grades K-3 
Swimming, dancing, and
silly science! Experiment
with sparkly silly putty
and put an egg-in-abottle,
have a pool party,
and dance with a DJ.
Cost includes program
sessions, snack, and pool
party.

Cost: $8 girl, adult free
Date: November 22, 2014
from 6 pm-8:30 pm

By Maureen Graham

The 2014 Fall Product Sale Program has begun, but it’s not too late to DIVE IN and BE ACTIVE!!!  Girls can earn recognition credit until October 19 by selling nuts and chocolates, magazines and photo keepsakes.  Troops earn 20% in proceeds on items sold; an easy way to gain start up funds for your troop!  Interested? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist today to get started. 

 

Volunteers who took the Fall Product Sale Program Training received a certificate for FREE Digital Troop Photo Book for their troop.  If you have tried to redeem your troop’s certificate and have gotten an error message – do not be alarmed.  There are some delays as the vendor gets this exciting new program up and running.  Missed one of the council’s in person Fall Sale Trainings and interested in receiving a certificate for a FREE Digital Troop Photo Book?  Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist to find out how – while supplies last!

 

In search of excellent Express Cookie Cupboards! Looking ahead to the 2015 Cookie Sale Program, we find that there are a number of openings for Cookie Cupboards in our council.  Consider volunteering to take on this vital role of our Cookie Sale.  Hosting an Express Cookie Cupboard does not take a great space or time commitment.  Receive a cookie shipment once a week during the sale, only when your area troops place a planned order and choose your cupboard as their pick up site.  After delivery, troops come and pick up just the cookies that they ordered and there is not much more to do for the week.  If troops do not place any orders that week, no cookies are delivered.  And there is no additional product on hand to store!  This volunteer position would be great for retired or work/stay-at-homes with internet access.  Interested? Know someone who could host an Express Cupboard?  Need more information? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist. 

 

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new gluten free Trios cookie for the 2015 Cookie Sale.  Did your troop miss the opportunity to place a pre-order and participate in this year’s pilot program?  It’s not too late!  We still have a limited number of cases available.  Interested in participating in the Gluten Free Cookie Pilot Program?  See all of the details on our website and contact us today!

By Maureen Graham

The 2014 Fall Product Sale Program has begun, but it’s not too late to DIVE IN and BE ACTIVE!!!  Girls can earn recognition credit until October 19 by selling nuts and chocolates, magazines and photo keepsakes.  Troops earn 20% in proceeds on items sold; an easy way to gain start up funds for your troop!  Interested? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist today to get started. 

 

Volunteers who took the Fall Product Sale Program Training received a certificate for FREE Digital Troop Photo Book for their troop.  If you have tried to redeem your troop’s certificate and have gotten an error message – do not be alarmed.  There are some delays as the vendor gets this exciting new program up and running.  Missed one of the council’s in person Fall Sale Trainings and interested in receiving a certificate for a FREE Digital Troop Photo Book?  Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist to find out how – while supplies last!

 

In search of excellent Express Cookie Cupboards! Looking ahead to the 2015 Cookie Sale Program, we find that there are a number of openings for Cookie Cupboards in our council.  Consider volunteering to take on this vital role of our Cookie Sale.  Hosting an Express Cookie Cupboard does not take a great space or time commitment.  Receive a cookie shipment once a week during the sale, only when your area troops place a planned order and choose your cupboard as their pick up site.  After delivery, troops come and pick up just the cookies that they ordered and there is not much more to do for the week.  If troops do not place any orders that week, no cookies are delivered.  And there is no additional product on hand to store!  This volunteer position would be great for retired or work/stay-at-homes with internet access.  Interested? Know someone who could host an Express Cupboard?  Need more information? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist. 

 

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new gluten free Trios cookie for the 2015 Cookie Sale.  Did your troop miss the opportunity to place a pre-order and participate in this year’s pilot program?  It’s not too late!  We still have a limited number of cases available.  Interested in participating in the Gluten Free Cookie Pilot Program?  See all of the details on our website and contact us today!

By Maureen Graham

The 2014 Fall Product Sale Program has begun, but it’s not too late to DIVE IN and BE ACTIVE!!!  Girls can earn recognition credit until October 19 by selling nuts and chocolates, magazines and photo keepsakes.  Troops earn 20% in proceeds on items sold; an easy way to gain start up funds for your troop!  Interested? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist today to get started. 

 

Volunteers who took the Fall Product Sale Program Training received a certificate for FREE Digital Troop Photo Book for their troop.  If you have tried to redeem your troop’s certificate and have gotten an error message – do not be alarmed.  There are some delays as the vendor gets this exciting new program up and running.  Missed one of the council’s in person Fall Sale Trainings and interested in receiving a certificate for a FREE Digital Troop Photo Book?  Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist to find out how – while supplies last!

 

In search of excellent Express Cookie Cupboards! Looking ahead to the 2015 Cookie Sale Program, we find that there are a number of openings for Cookie Cupboards in our council.  Consider volunteering to take on this vital role of our Cookie Sale.  Hosting an Express Cookie Cupboard does not take a great space or time commitment.  Receive a cookie shipment once a week during the sale, only when your area troops place a planned order and choose your cupboard as their pick up site.  After delivery, troops come and pick up just the cookies that they ordered and there is not much more to do for the week.  If troops do not place any orders that week, no cookies are delivered.  And there is no additional product on hand to store!  This volunteer position would be great for retired or work/stay-at-homes with internet access.  Interested? Know someone who could host an Express Cupboard?  Need more information? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist. 

 

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new gluten free Trios cookie for the 2015 Cookie Sale.  Did your troop miss the opportunity to place a pre-order and participate in this year’s pilot program?  It’s not too late!  We still have a limited number of cases available.  Interested in participating in the Gluten Free Cookie Pilot Program?  See all of the details on our website and contact us today!

By Maureen Graham

The 2014 Fall Product Sale Program has begun, but it’s not too late to DIVE IN and BE ACTIVE!!!  Girls can earn recognition credit until October 19 by selling nuts and chocolates, magazines and photo keepsakes.  Troops earn 20% in proceeds on items sold; an easy way to gain start up funds for your troop!  Interested? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist today to get started. 

 

Volunteers who took the Fall Product Sale Program Training received a certificate for FREE Digital Troop Photo Book for their troop.  If you have tried to redeem your troop’s certificate and have gotten an error message – do not be alarmed.  There are some delays as the vendor gets this exciting new program up and running.  Missed one of the council’s in person Fall Sale Trainings and interested in receiving a certificate for a FREE Digital Troop Photo Book?  Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist to find out how – while supplies last!

 

In search of excellent Express Cookie Cupboards! Looking ahead to the 2015 Cookie Sale Program, we find that there are a number of openings for Cookie Cupboards in our council.  Consider volunteering to take on this vital role of our Cookie Sale.  Hosting an Express Cookie Cupboard does not take a great space or time commitment.  Receive a cookie shipment once a week during the sale, only when your area troops place a planned order and choose your cupboard as their pick up site.  After delivery, troops come and pick up just the cookies that they ordered and there is not much more to do for the week.  If troops do not place any orders that week, no cookies are delivered.  And there is no additional product on hand to store!  This volunteer position would be great for retired or work/stay-at-homes with internet access.  Interested? Know someone who could host an Express Cupboard?  Need more information? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist. 

 

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new gluten free Trios cookie for the 2015 Cookie Sale.  Did your troop miss the opportunity to place a pre-order and participate in this year’s pilot program?  It’s not too late!  We still have a limited number of cases available.  Interested in participating in the Gluten Free Cookie Pilot Program?  See all of the details on our website and contact us today!

By Maureen Graham

The 2014 Fall Product Sale Program has begun, but it’s not too late to DIVE IN and BE ACTIVE!!!  Girls can earn recognition credit until October 19 by selling nuts and chocolates, magazines and photo keepsakes.  Troops earn 20% in proceeds on items sold; an easy way to gain start up funds for your troop!  Interested? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist today to get started. 

 

Volunteers who took the Fall Product Sale Program Training received a certificate for FREE Digital Troop Photo Book for their troop.  If you have tried to redeem your troop’s certificate and have gotten an error message – do not be alarmed.  There are some delays as the vendor gets this exciting new program up and running.  Missed one of the council’s in person Fall Sale Trainings and interested in receiving a certificate for a FREE Digital Troop Photo Book?  Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist to find out how – while supplies last!

 

In search of excellent Express Cookie Cupboards! Looking ahead to the 2015 Cookie Sale Program, we find that there are a number of openings for Cookie Cupboards in our council.  Consider volunteering to take on this vital role of our Cookie Sale.  Hosting an Express Cookie Cupboard does not take a great space or time commitment.  Receive a cookie shipment once a week during the sale, only when your area troops place a planned order and choose your cupboard as their pick up site.  After delivery, troops come and pick up just the cookies that they ordered and there is not much more to do for the week.  If troops do not place any orders that week, no cookies are delivered.  And there is no additional product on hand to store!  This volunteer position would be great for retired or work/stay-at-homes with internet access.  Interested? Know someone who could host an Express Cupboard?  Need more information? Contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist. 

 

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new gluten free Trios cookie for the 2015 Cookie Sale.  Did your troop miss the opportunity to place a pre-order and participate in this year’s pilot program?  It’s not too late!  We still have a limited number of cases available.  Interested in participating in the Gluten Free Cookie Pilot Program?  See all of the details on our website and contact us today!

By Allison Hand

Walk to support a violence free community!

8th Annual Taking Steps Against Domestic Violence

Tuesday, October 14th @ 5:00pm


Check out the details HERE!

By Allison Hand

Walk to support a violence free community!

8th Annual Taking Steps Against Domestic Violence

Tuesday, October 14th @ 5:00pm


Check out the details HERE!

By Allison Hand

Walk to support a violence free community!

8th Annual Taking Steps Against Domestic Violence
 
Tuesday, October 14th @ 5:00pm


Check out the details HERE! 

By Amanda Morrow

Exciting Kaleidoscope preview: author Erin Soderberg Downing will be presenting “The Magic of Writing: Turning Your Life into Stories”!  Check out her awesome series The Quirks, and don’t forget to register for the second annual Kaleidoscope, happening May 2, 2015 in Superior, WI.

Join us for Kaleidoscope on May 2, 2015 in Superior!  More information and registration materials are here.  $5 early bird registration runs through December 1!

 

By Amanda Morrow

We are so excited to announce that Duluth is hosting the 2014 US Capitol Christmas Tree...and the community needs the help of local Girl Scouts to pull off the celebration!  Troops and families both are welcome to participate in the free event celebrating the Capitol Christmas tree as it passes through Duluth from the Chippewa Forest on its way to Washington DC.  

The community-wide celebration will take place Wednesday, November 5 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Bayfront Park in Duluth, MN.

Girl Scouts and adult volunteers are needed to help with the ornament decorating station at the event.

Want to volunteer?  Please contact Amanda Morrow at amorrow@gslakesandpines.org or 218-302-3182. 

By Amanda Morrow

Help Needed:  Troop willing to decorate 1 to 6 large collection boxes for the LSS Crisis Nursery December Diaper Drive.  These will be used by businesses who are collecting donated diapers and wipes from employees or the general public.

Boxes (you can get them or we can provide them) should say "December Diaper Drive" on them, and can be done in baby/diaper themes in any media you want.  We can provide you later in the year with a flier via email that you can print off and use on the box to identify it.

We can give you names and locations to drop the various boxes off at the end of November or we can pick up and deliver.

Contact:  Laura Zahn, Diaper Drive volunteer organizer, 728-1445, or email DiaperDrive@aol.com

 
Upcoming community events to check out: 

Free Family Day
Saturday, September 27
11AM - 2 PM
DAI Lincoln Center for Education
Make and take projects for all ages and abilities – for the young and young at ART.

Bugs are being featured throughout October at the Duluth Children's Museum!  A great idea if your Brownies are working on their bug badges.

 

By Amanda Morrow

Are you a family interested in Girl Scouts and looking for more information?  Would you like to find out more about becoming a troop leader or an adult volunteer? Join us for an Open House!


Monday, October 27, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm (Open House format)

Janette Pollay Cabin, Jean Duluth Road, Duluth MN

Drop by and find out how to get your daughter into Girl Scouts and how to become an adult volunteer.  Bring your girls for fun activities!

Please RSVP by Friday, October 24 to Amanda Morrow, amorrow@gslakesandpines.org or 218-302-3182.

Adult volunteers and current Girl Scouts are welcome!  Come prepared to share your experiences and have a great time.  

Hope to see you there!


By Michelle

Calling all Royalty! Join us at the Hinckley Community Center to discover the fun and power of being a Girl Scout "Princess" through activities, songs, stories and crafts.

Wear you favorite Princess Dress-Up Clothes!

Parents will learn more about Girl Scout programs, summer camps and volunteer opportunities.

WHO:     Girls in grades K-3
WHEN:   Saturday, October 11, 2014
TIME:     9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Hinckely Community Center

Please print and complete this flyer and bring it to the event!         

By Michelle

Six lively, hands-on sessions led by trained, caring facilitators. Girls take on the challenge of the It's Your World - Change It! Leadership Journey. They also earn the Girl scout Safety Award as they learn how to stay safe in their home, shcool and community. Each session includes a healthy snack, fitness fun, and homework help as well as activities on teamwork, community, and safety. Girls receive the It's Your World - Change It!  Journey book, Journey award, and the Girl Scout Safety Award.

DATES:  Thursdays - October 9, 23, 30 & Nov 6, 13, 20
PLACE:   Little Falls Middle School - HomeEc Room
TIME:     3:30-5:30
COST:    $54 for current Girl Scouts ($25 in cookie dough may be used)
             $69 for non-Girl Scouts (includes annual G.S. registratioin - scholarships available)

PRINTABLE FLYER & REGISTRATION FORM     

By Michelle

This is an event for current Girl Scouts AND girls who want to join Girl Scouts.  Join us for fun, laughter and trying new things! Choose from three different locations:

Click the location you would like to attend for a printable flyer.

Camp Ripley Environmental Center - October 3, 2014


McGregor Elementary School - October 5, 2014


Pequot Lakes Legion - October 12, 2014     
    

By Keri Lynn

Disney on Ice: Worlds of Fantasy is coming to the Xcel Energy Center the weekend of December 12.  They are once again offering a special just for Girl Scouts! Check out the flyer here to order tickets.  

By Tricia Andrews

Join us for a fall festival Saturday, October 4th from 1:30-4:30 at Pla-Mor Roller Rink located at 1422 E. Hwy 169 in Grand Rapids!  This event is open to all girls in grades K-12.  The cost is $5 per girl, adults free.  Girls new to Girl Scouts will pay a registration fee of $15; scholarships are available. 

Birthday cake and punch will be served as we also celebrate the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low, the woman who started Girl Scouts!  Adult volunteer information and training will also be available.  To sign up RSVP by Wednesday, October 1 to Becky Dean at bdean@gslakesandpines.org or call 218-308-8880.  We hope to see you there!

By Tricia Andrews

Join us for a fall festival Saturday, October 4th from 1:30-4:30 at Pla-Mor Roller Rink located at 1422 E. Hwy 169 in Grand Rapids!  This event is open to all girls in grades K-12.  The cost is $5 per girl, adults free.  Girls new to Girl Scouts will pay a registration fee of $15; scholarships are available.  
 
Birthday cake and punch will be served as we also celebrate the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low, the woman who started Girl Scouts!  Adult volunteer information and training will also be available.  To sign up RSVP by Wednesday, October 1 to Becky Dean at bdean@gslakesandpines.org or call 218-308-8880.  We hope to see you there!

By Amanda Morrow

Great opportunity coming up September 27, 2014.  Check out the flyer for more information!

 

By Allison Hand

You don’t have to
wait any longer.  The fun starts
now! 

Girls:  Gather your friends and two or more fun
adults and discover your next adventure!

A year with us will be filled with new friends,
tons of fun, and more “wow” moments than you’ve ever imagined.

Troops allow girls to work as a team and build lasting friendships.  Girls in Girl Scouts need supportive adults and families to form troops. Each troop needs two lead adults to ensure safety & fun.

Adults:  Are you that fun, caring role model?  Picture the fun you will have discovering and connecting with girls – your own special girl and her friends or as a non-related adult who just cares about girls and their world.

Learn more - join us at:

A Girl Scout Information and Recruitment Event

By Tricia Andrews

Girls and families are invited to attend the Bemidji Dance Party on Thursday, September 18th from 6-7:30pm at Bemidji Middle School.  Girls will dance the night away and families will have the chance to learn what being in Girl Scouts is all about!  Don't miss out on this free event open to all girls in grades K-12.  For more details click here.  We hope to see you there!

By Tricia Andrews

Girls and families are invited to attend the Bemidji Dance Party on Thursday, September 18th from 6-7:30pm at Bemidji Middle School.  Girls will dance the night away and families will have the chance to learn what being in Girl Scouts is all about!  Don't miss out on this free event open to all girls in grades K-12.  For more details click here.  We hope to see you there!

By Allison Hand

We had an excellent turn out and meeting on August 19th!  We had 55 Leaders, Volunteers, Community Coordinators, and Service Unit Managers attend.  We had fun dressing up in active wear!  Check out Diana Brown, Service Unit Manager for Service Unit 24 all decked out!

Diana Brown

If you missed the meeting, don't worry!  You can find all of the information from the meeting here

We also distributed our Region 5 Calendar!  If you would like a printed copy mailed to you, please contact me at: ahand@gslakesandpines.org

Thank you again to everyone that attended the meeting!  We look forward to seeing you all again soon!     

By Amanda Morrow

Attention Girl Scout troops!  CHUM needs some help with the SHARE Food Drive which will take place on Saturday, October 25.  Shifts are available at SuperOne, Whole Foods Co-op, and Cub Foods.  Please contact Meg at 218.727.2391 or megkearns@chumduluth.org for more information or to sign up.  What a great way to help out an important cause!

 




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