Want to be the first to hear the latest and greatest information that's coming from GSUSA and GSSWT?
Want a chance to get your hands on fabulous door prizes, such as a free weekend at camp for your service unit? How about a free weekend to The Great Escape Adult Volunteer Weekend in November?
Not enticing enough? How about a set of the brand new resource, The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for your troop? Or a free registration to the 2011 Council Session and 52nd Convention in Houston November 10-13?
Then you need to be sure to attend GSSWT's 2011 Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Luncheon, sponsored by Dove and H-E-B. The day will be full of need-to-know information, friendship, and fun -- we promise!
Saturday, April 30*
at the Norris Conference Center
(in the Wonderland of the Americas Mall, near Target)
4522 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, 78201
8:15 a.m. Registration
9:30 a.m. Annual Meeting
12:30 p.m. Luncheon and Volunteer Awards with Keynote Speaker,
Suzanne Wade, H-E-B San Antonio Food and Drug President
Get all the details and the registration form here.
Registration deadline is Wednesday, April 20.
The annual meeting will consist of 2010 council accomplishments, the current state of the council, a peak into what the future holds for GSSWT, and more.
The volunteer recognition luncheon -- with keynote speaker, Suzanne Wade, H-E-B San Antonio Food and Drug President -- will recognize outstanding volunteers, as well as the staff who received the new Recognizing Excellence staff awards in 2010.
Be sure to note the number of years you've been a Girl Scout (girl and adult years combined) on your registration form as numerical guards will also be presented (increments of five years)! We've heard there's a whopper to be honored this year for 70 years! WOW!
Suzanne Wade, a Girl Scout herself, was an essential stakeholder in implementing the Girl Scout cookie booths at 31 H-E-B's across San Antonio for the 2011 cookie program.
*Note: The board of directors voted to move the Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition to the last Saturday in April 2011 due to Mother's Day falling on the first weekend in May.