Several highly requested and updated forms for your convenience. If you don't see what you need, help is just a click away. Contact the communications department email@example.com. You may also contact any Lakes and Pines office.
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Forms & Documents
A handy reference when you need it, Volunteer Essentials includes general information helpful for every Girl Scout volunteer and information specific to our council such as Finance Policies, Volunteer Policies, and more.
*Chapter 4 provides Safety Guidelines for volunteers, parent/guardians, and girls. Use Safety Activity Checkpoints for information about specific activities.
More Forms & Documents
Quick Pic Cards (prints 4 per page)
Activity for girls - Aromatic Bath Bag
Activity for girls - "It" Sticks
Activity for girls - Lollipop Butterfly
Activity for girls - Lollipop Lily
Activity for girls - Make a Visor
Activity for girls - Name Tags
Troop Leaders-information to help you with your first parent/guardian meeting
All the above forms are part of "The Troop Pathway Guide for New Troop Leaders." All page numbers referenced in the forms, can be found in this guide.
Council Patch Programs
American Indian Heritage patch, #6033
Inchworm of Service patch, #6035
I Love MN patch, #6034
I Love WI patch, #6036
Juliette Heritage patch, #6032
Past & Promise: The World of Me patch, #6037
Support from the Heart patch, #6038
The Earth Matters to Girl Scouts patch, #6039
Trail Hiker patch, #6040
Turn Beauty Inside Out patch, #6041
Girl Scout Girl Awards
Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards
Through the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards, girls Discover, Connect and Take Action—which translates into knowing yourself, reaching out to others and making a real difference in your community. Through September 30, 2011, girls may complete the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards using existing resources. This includes the current forms, approval process and age requirements for each award level. As always, there is flexibility during times of transition, so rest assured that girls will not have to “do over” or lose any of their work as they move along the steps leading to the Bronze, Silver or Gold Award. As questions arise, be sure to contact Program Manager at the Bemidji Service Center.
Effective October 1, 2011, the new Girl Awards guidelines become effective. For now, you can choose which guidelines you would like to work from, but if the majority of the work toward the award will be done during the 2011-2012 membership year, you should use the new guidelines.
Girl Scout Gold Award (for girls in grades 9-12)
NEW GS Gold Award Final Report, #6544