FOR THIS FUN SKILL BUILDING EVENT!
via eBiz: Beginning Archery - San Luis Obispo
Click here for Beginning Archery flier
This is not a drop off event. No tagalongs. No pets.
Adults must register; spots are limited.
SLO Archery Waiver must be completed for all girls participating in the Beginning Archery activity. Click here for SLO Archery Waiver
This event is outdoors and the weather can
fluctuate. Please wear layered, comfortable clothes, closed toe shoes,
sunscreen and any other needed sun protection (hat, sunglasses, etc.)
refillable water bottle and snack.
Join fellow juniors in this great opportunity to explore and learn!
Girls will learn the science behind the world of entertainment.
Girls will make their own animation, learn about sound waves, design a video game adding their own special effects as well as learn about the science behind an amusment park ride
Register via eBiz: Entertainment Technology Badge Workshop - Capitola
his event is indoors. Please wear layered, comfortable clothers and closed toe shoes. his event is indoors.
Bring a refillable water bottle and snack if needed.
No tagalongs. No pets.
Aid & CPR are the building blocks of safety in any Girl Scout activity.
Before taking a field trip, or going camping—troops need an
accompanying First Aid and CPR certified adult.
Register via eBiz: First Aid & CPR Training - King City
Click here for First Aid & CPR Training - King City flyer
wear layered, comfortable clothes and closed toe shoes. Bring a refillable
water bottle, lunch and snacks.
Aid & CPR are the cornerstone of safety for any Girl Scout activity. Before
holding meetings, going on a field trip, or going camping with Girl Scouts,
troops are required to have a current First Aid & CPR Certified adult
register via eBiz: CPR & First Aid Training - Paso Robles
Click here for CPR/First Aid Training flier
*8 participants (minimum) are required to hold the training
Please wear comfortable, layered clothing including closed toe shoes. Bring a refillable water bottle.
Lunch is provided.
Be a part of the solution to marine pollution! Join members of our community and fellow Girl Scouts on Saturday, September 19, 2015, and be a part of the state’s largest volunteer event, the 31st annual California Coastal Cleanup Day.
Register your participation and earn your patch - it’s easy! Coastal Clean up Day Patches are for sale in the GS Council shops, with activity registration and confirmation.
Click here for California Coastal and Inland Waterways Cleanup flyer
Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release) Forms can be downloaded from the council website www.girlscoutsccc.org/forms Review specific event requirements in Safety Activity Checkpoints before taking any trip. All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s license and hold current vehicle insurance.