For the month of August, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada will be collecting back to school supplies for Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. Girls will receive a patch for donating at least two items.
Bring all items to the Council Shop during regular business hours August 1-30, 2012. A list of needed supplies can be found at girlscoutsnv.org. For more information, contact Toni Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brownie Journey: Brownie Quest
On this very special Brownie Quest, girls will gain a deeper knowledge of one another and the rich traditions of Girl Scouting. As they follow the trail of the Brownie Elf, girls will learn more about their global sisterhood of Girl Scouts and the girls and women working to make our world a better place.
These leadership awards can be earned as girls work through this Journey:
- Discover Key - helps Brownies discover their special qualities while learning the values of the Girl Scout Law
- Connect Key - Brownies connect with their families and their sister Girl Scouts to increase healthy-living opportunities
- Take Action Key - Brownies identify a need in their community, plan and take action to improve their world.
- Brownie Quest Award - Brownies unlock this award by earning all three keys.
When Brownies have completed this journey, they will see that, together, their three keys - Discover, Connect, and Take Action - unlock their leadership potential.
To get started, refer to your Brownie Journey, Brownie Quest.
Let's go bowling! Through Pin Pals girls will earn the Fair Play badge as they meet new friends and discover the ins and outs of traditional bowling. But, before girls take to the lanes to show off their best strikes, they will participate in team building activities. The fun will continue as girls get silly by creating a bowling game with their own rules!
|Brownies in Action
Brownie Girl Scouts discovered the world of pottery arts as they worked with clay to create sculptures and make three different style pots (slab, coil and pinch). It was very messy fun as the girls decorated their own pottery as well as a custom necklace!
More learning opportunities available at girlscoutsnv.org.