Girl Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho
1404 N. Ash Street
Spokane, WA  99201

February 2013

Moses Lake     (2/18) 


Her Day
Hina Matsuri
(Cultural Experience)

  Glow in the Dark Day Camp
Pacific Science Center Camp In

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National Girl Scout Cookie Day
National Girl Scout Cookie Day
Girl Scouts will begin selling cookies in your neighborhood February 8, 2013. Pre-order your favorite Girl Scout Cookies and be the first house on your block to say you have cookies on the way.  Remember, by purchasing your cookies from a Girl Scout, you are help them to learn the 5 Essential Skills.
  • Goal Setting
  • Decision Making
  • Money Management
  • People Skills
  • Business Ethics  

Need to connect to a local Girl Scout for Cookies?  Call 800-827-9478 and we can help connect you with a Girl Scout in your neighborhood. 

Her Day: Uniquely Me!
March 2

At HER Day (Healthy, Energetic, Resourceful), girls learn to make great choices by attending workshops centered around building self-esteem and creating a completely healthy YOU!


Mary Eberle, owner of aNeMonE Paper Flowers of Spokane will be the keynote speaker at this annual event.  


Self Esteem topics include:

  • Good Nutrition
  • Style & Fitness
  • Friendships & Family
  • Relationship Building
Who: ALL girls, grades 6-12
Place: Girl Scout Program Center, Spokane
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fee: $20 for the day, lunch and "SWAG" included
Registration Deadline: February 25, 2013


For more information contact 

Mindy Thorp at 509-747-8091, ext. 216 or 

24 Hour Experience@ Camp Four Echoes
March 16

From Dawn to Dawn, you'll stay up for 24 hours, if you want.  Our theme of a St. Patrick's Day Bash this year will be exciting and fun. You'll arrive at camp at 9 a.m. raring to go. From the time you arrive at camp, the  bash is only 15 hours away, and we'll need your ideas to create a totally EPIC party! A karaoke machine plus all the materials in-hand and we're on our way to a fab party. Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors are coming together to create a St. Patrick's Day adventure to remember. Let's see who makes it from dawn to dawn!   


Sunday at 9  a.m., we'll have a victory dance followed by a quick nap before you head home.  


For more information contact:   

Jayn Courchaine at (509) 747-8091, ext. 227 or 

[Friday night stay may be available for distance travelers]   

Glow in the Dark Day Camp
April 1-5

The days are getting longer and you can extend the day even more with your own glowing masterpieces. Activities will include making atomic worms, slime and so much more. No doubt, you'll   get glowing reviews!  

ALL girls grades K-12
Place: Girl Scout Program Center, Spokane
Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (extended hours available)

For more information contact 

Sarah Wallace at 509-747-8091, ext. 241 or 

Super Six Program

Our council continues to participate in a pilot program designed to make our Girl Scout Cookie program as strong as possible.  This year, girls will continue to offer the Super Six - a premium selection of the best-selling Girl Scout Cookies.

By focusing inventory on America's most beloved cookie favorites and streamlining delivery, we will make everything easier for girls and volunteers.  By selling only the most popular varieties we allow girls to successfully reach their goals, delight customers and reduce the potential for leftover packages of less popular varieties.  Fewer cookie varieties simply make the sale easier for you and the girls to manage.

The research from Little Brownie Bakers shows that the six core cookie varieties appeal to the vast majority of customers (more than 80 percent).

The Super Six approach is certain to lead to a super experience for girls. 

Girls Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho | (800) 827-9478 | |
1404 North Ash Street
Spokane, WA 99201

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