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Winter and Spring Program Events

SPR2010_Outdoors15Program events that run January 2014 through July 2014 open on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, in eBiz.  All girls and adults must be current members in order to register.  Girls don’t, however, have to be a part of a troop in order to take advantage of these opportunities.

If you are a troop volunteer, start working with your girls to plan which events they would like to attend to support their Girl Scout Journey and badge work.  The Girl Scout cookie season is just around the corner and offers girls a great way to earn funds to achieve their goals.

We have some really exciting things for all Girl Scout grade levels all across western Ohio.   Here are some highlights from the winter/spring menu:

Adventure Challenge Education Climbing Wall – Camp Butterworth, Camp Libbey, Camp Whip Poor Will, Dayton Service Center

Each climbing wall at each property offers different experiences.  If you are looking for some winter adventure, try the indoor climbing wall at the Dayton Service Center.  Overnight accommodations available.   Grade level: Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Cost: $7 per girl

Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Winter Conference – Cincinnati Area

On February 15-17,  220 girls from all over Girl Scouts of Western Ohio will gather for this awesome leadership conference designed by girls for girls.  Girls will discover new things, connect with new friends and leaders in the community and take action to make the world a better place.  Registration opens November 15th.   Grade level: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Cost: $130 per girl

Father/Daughter Adventure Day – Woodhaven Program Center

This is a great way for dads or another adult male role model to get engaged in Girl Scouting.  The pairs will explore the woods, create nature projects, learn outdoor skills and cook dinner over a fire.  Grade level: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Cost: $10

Junior Bridging Day – Camp Stonybrook

Join the Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Association as they host a fun filled day of songs, games and fun workshops that will help Girl Scout Juniors on their way to earning the bridge to Girl Scout Cadette Award.  Grade level: Junior Cost: $7

Peace & Friendship – Cincinnati and Toledo Service Center

Girls will have the opportunity to make new friends as they build on their social-emotional skills.  They will have fun as the do activities that teach them to value the differences of others, learn how to handle hurt feelings and disagreements and how to be a good friend.  Girls will earn the Making Friends badge found in The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting.    Grade level: Brownie Cost: $6

Teen Mentoring Awards Workshop – Dayton Service Center

This workshop teaches girls all about the Teen Mentoring Awards available to older girls.  For a full list of the awards, check out The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting for your grade level.  This workshop will help girls understand the requirements and begin building key leadership skills  Grade level: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Cost: free!