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Want to find out about travel opportunities as an individual Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, or Ambassador? Join us for a scoop of ice cream and get the "scoop" on Girl Scout destinations! This info night is for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors and their parents/ guardians. The application process begins this fall. Come find out about these life changing Girl Scout travel opportunities so you can be ready to apply! What is a Girl Scout destination? Who can participate? Why might I be interested? How do I apply? How do I pay for it? Get the answers to all of these...
Love singing Girl Scout songs?  Girl Scout Daisies to Ambassadors, Leaders/Advisors, and Alumni are invited.  Bring your own dinner for a picnic in the park and get ready to make new friends and sing!  Registration deadline is April 30. Please see flyer for more information.
The Girl Delegate Advisor Program is a year-long program for Girl Scouts in 8th-12th grade to learn more about and experience the governance of GSOC, what it takes to be a delegate and more! We are also looking for adult volunteers to help facilitate the program, please register through ebiz on the same page as the girls and attend the meeting on Tuesday 4/15 at GSOC Irvine Headquarters at 7pm to learn more. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER by 4/17. *Please login to ebiz first.* For more information see the flyer HERE. Girls who participate in this program will complete portions of Journeys and...
Come to the Build-A-Bear Workshop in Downtown Disney to build some friends that will help spread cheer and encourage kids to Never Ever Give Up!!!   Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to come build a customized cheerful new bear friend at a 10% discount then donate it to The Jessie Rees Foundation to deliver to a child who is in the hospital.   At this event girls will get to build a bear, print a birth certificate for a bear and decorate it, learn about the power of encouraging a child to Never Ever Give Up, color a cheerful page and have a magical...
Think Girl Scouts is only for little girls? Think again! Girl Scouts’ leadership development program is fun and can foster lifetime friendships. Come to our seminar to learn more about Older Girl activities like Cadette-O-Rama, Day Camp Youth Staff, Highest Awards and Troop/Group Travel, and how you can use your Girl Scout leadership experience to prepare for your future.   For: Girls in grades 5 & 6 and their troops or parents/guardians Date: April 29 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: Anaheim Program Center OR Mesa Verde United Methodist Church in Costa Mesa Registration:...
Think Girl Scouts is only for little girls? Think again! Girl Scouts’ leadership development program is fun and can foster lifetime friendships. Come to our seminar to learn more about Older Girl activities like Cadette-O-Rama, Day Camp Youth Staff, Highest Awards and Troop/Group Travel, and how you can use your Girl Scout leadership experience to prepare for your future.     For: Girls in grades 4, 5 & 6 and their troops or parents/guardians Date: March 25 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: GSOC Headquarters (Irvine) Registration: Register HERE Be sure to choose the date...
Looking for a fun way to earn your Musician Badge? Come to Cal State Fullerton to earn your badge and talk to college girls who are musicians about why they love music! This workshop is hosted by the women’s music sorority Sigma Alpha Iota for Junior Girl Scouts. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. *Please login to ebiz first.*     Click HERE for more info. For just $3 girls will get to earn their Musician Badge, receive the badge at the event and hear a special recital performed by the women of SAI just for the Junior Girl Scouts! Questions? Email Rachel at rgoldman@girlscoutsoc....
Includes learning about: “Check, Call, Care”, first responders, first aid and what to do in emergencies, and how to take care of someone who is sick.  Plus, Girl Scouts will make their own First Aid Kits! See flyer for more information.
Girl Scout Gold Award recipients are invited to celebrate their achievement of earning the highest award a Girl Scout may earn by taking a formal portrait for the Girl Scout Gold Award Honor Wall at the Council Headquarters in Irvine.  Learn more…
Girl Scout Gold Award recipients are invited to celebrate their achievement of earning the highest award a Girl Scout may earn by taking a formal portrait for the Girl Scout Gold Award Honor Wall at the Council Headquarters in Irvine.  Learn more…

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