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Tennis Play Day (D/B)

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Date:
Sun Sep 17, 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Location:
Hollister
Category:
Life Skills
Level:
Daisy, Brownie
Region:
San Benito County
 

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Join Daisy and Brownie girls for a H.I.T.S. Tennis Play Day!!

H.I.T.S. is a program that combines teaching girls the fundamental of a sport with a leadership component focusing on honesty, inspiration, teamwork & sportsmanship (H.I.T.S.)  Girls will play tennis in a fun, non-threatening, non-elimination, non-competitive environment. No previous tennis experience required.

This event is outdoors and the weather can fluctuate. Please wear layered, comfortable athletic clothes, tennis shoes, sunscreen and any other needed sun protection (hat, sunglasses, etc.).

Bring a refillable water bottle and snacks.  Lunch will be provided.

All adults planning on staying for the day must complete the United States Tennis Associations (USTA) background check.

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 here. 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.

Girls will have lots of sweet fun learning to make delightful chocolatedesigns to wow friends and family for the holidays.

Girls will work with several chocolate varieties—milk, semi-sweet and white—and learn a few fun techniques, including how to dip fruit, make chocolate veneers, use a mold, as well as learn some culinary science on the melting point of chocolate, how to use a double boiler, and “save” mistakes.

Girls will have lots of sweet fun learning to make delightful chocolatedesigns to wow friends and family for the holidays.

Girls will work with several chocolate varieties—milk, semi-sweet and white—and learn a few fun techniques, including how to dip fruit, make chocolate veneers, use a mold, as well as learn some culinary science on the melting point of chocolate, how to use a double boiler, and “save” mistakes.