Saturday, July 28, 2018

Feed my Starving Children

Please join us for a night of service at Feed My Starving Children, where volunteers will be packing nutritious meals that are shipped to hungry children worldwide.

When: Friday, September 21st 2018 5:45 to 8 p.m.
RSVP: By Friday September 14th to Tracey Locke (contact info via email)
Hosted By: Troop 4307/ Troop Leaders Tracey Locke and Teresa Catalbano
Details: Please plan on wearing comfortable clothes and closed toed shoes. Long hair should be worn in a pony tail and leave the jewelry at home. Daisies need one chaperone for each child. Brownies and Juniors need one chaperone per three girls. Cadettes and Seniors need one chaperone per four girls and ambassadors need one adult per five students. Please, no siblings under 5.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Ice Cream Social

Please join Pima Neighborhood Girl Scouts for the first annual (Italian) ice cream social at Piccolo's.  Enjoy a discount of $1 per cup and learn about opportunities in Girl Scouts.

Italian Ice prices start at $2 for two scoops for this event and gelato starts at $3 for two scoops. View the full menu here.

When: September 17, 5:30-8:00

WherePiccolo Family Italian Ice
10135 E Vía Linda C112, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Proudly hosted by Girl Scout Troop 2064 & 2256

Please also enjoy 20% of your entire purchase through the month of October with a coupon attached to the event flyer (ask your troop leader for a copy).

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Songfest 2018

Troop 83 is hosting a singalong and s'mores campfire on Friday, November 30th from 6:30 to 8:30.    

Each troop should come prepared with a song or skit to share. Cost is $3 per girl to cover the cost of the s'mores and a patch. The event is limited to 60 girls, so register now. 

Please refer to your Neighborhood Service Team roster for Terri's email.

Email your RSVP to Terri and include the number of girls and your troop #.

Monday, July 9, 2018

2018-2019 Neighborhood Activities

2018-2019 Activity Planning

* Recruitment Activities (public events, open to non-members)

* August 12Pool Party, (Terri/83) 
* August 17Ice Skating, (Diana/2256) 

* September 17, Ice Cream Social (Maria/2064)
September 21, Feed my Starving Children (Tracey/4307)
​* September 23, Theater Event: Narnia (Kelle/Diana; 2010/2256)​

October 21, Community Service Day (Kelly/231)
October 26-28Encampment at Willow Springs (Lee/2010)

November 4, 2-4 pm, Juliette Low Birthday Party (Maria/4402)
November 4, Tentative Volunteer Opportunity: Congenital Heart Walk (Tali/2256)
November 17, Powder Puff Derby (Michelle)​
November 17Older Girl Event: Own the Night at ASU East (2256/2010/Council)
November 30Songfest (Terri/83)
​(Vista del Camino Adopt a Family)​

December 13, Leader Holiday Party (Teresa/2256)

(​Gift Wrapping)
(Angel Tree)
January 11, Cookie Rally (Marilyn/Maria/ 2064) 
January 12-13, Camp B.A.S.I.C.

February 24, Thinking Day (Diana/2256)
​Father/Daughter Hike + Breakfast (Cindy/6275)​
Mother/Daughter Tea (Laura/3722)
March 1-3, Spring Encampment at Shadow Rim (Lee/2010)
Father/Daughter Dance (?)
​April 1, Leader's Gala (Michelle/Pat/Diana)​
* April 7Theater: James and the Giant Peach (Kelle/Diana; 2010/2256)​

May 1Older Girl Celebration/Bridging (Michelle/Diana​​)​

* Day Camp/PA Training (Diana/Lee)

Other Potential Events
Parada del Sol
Skills Day
Brownie Badge Day

Older Girl Event: Own the Night

November 17, 2018, 6:00pm – November 18, 2018, 6:00am
Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus
7001 E Williams Field Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212, USA
This all-night event for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors only is a chance to earn a badge and network with other older girls in the East Valley. For Cadettes and Seniors, one of the badges will be the first in a series three new ROBOTICS badges!! Brand new to Girl Scouts, these badges will be debuting at the event and the workshops will be facilitated with the help of ASU expertise.  The badges are a series of three that can be earned at each level).
Don't like Robotics? For Cadettes, choose from the following badges: Book Artist, Animal Helpers, and Eating for Beauty. For Seniors, choices include the Sky and Car Care badges. Ambassadors can earn "On my Own" or take part in the following badge workshop on designed to help get you started on the road to college.
Tenth-Grade Seniors and Ambassadors can attend a badge called "College Knowledge." Want to know how to research schools and financial aid online? Want to set up a Common App account? This is your night to do that and more with the help of ASU campus professionals.
Cost is $20 and tentatively includes the badge, a pizza party, and the all-night lock in.
Set aside the date! Registration for Pima will begin September 24th with general registration opening on October 1st.