The Annual Troop Finance Report (ATFR) is an opportunity to model transparency, integrity, and financial literacy for your girls. It’s also a safeguard for you in the event a parent or leader has questions about your management of troop funds. Each membership year, all Girl Scout troops must submit their Annual Troop Finance Report by June 30.Read more
Archive for Events
OCTOBER 23-25, 2020
GIRL SCOUT CAMP ROBBINSWOLDCome join us for a fun-filled weekend at beautiful Camp Robbinswold on Hood Canal. Explore the seashore, forests, and enjoy the out of doors.
Due to the closers of almost everything Bridging will be held off hopefully until September 2020. Get creative and earn the Bridging Award (see suggested requirements Click Here ). Reach out to email@example.com if you need help finding a Troop rank to share with on Zoom. To ensure your scouts have reached the requirements follow this link Click Here!
Beginning Camp Skills
This workshop is for girls of all ages who have little to no camping experience, but would like to gain basic skills for enjoying the great outdoors. Stations will include the ‘10 essentials’, fire starters, fire building, what to wear, how to pack, and tents and shelters.Read more
Sing High, Sing Low – Songfest
March 28, 2020
Come sing with us!
Learn new songs, make new friends.
Come join us for “Sing High, Sing Low!” – songfest. We are ready to share the power of song with you. We will be teaching new songs and singing old favorites. This is an active workshop, scouts will leave with a patch and head full of music.
Council Updates: February
⦁ Schedule Your Own:
We’ve got lots of fun activities around the council that you can schedule with our program partners on your own. Some options include: Science Workshops, Mental Health Awareness, and the Strong Girls Patch Program. Check out these activities and more at https://www.girlscoutsww.org/en/events/schedule-your-own-activities.html
The 19th Annual Pinewood Derby is in the books. We had 50 racers registered and 43 checked in and raced. Please reach out if you are interested in having your troop host the 20th Annual Pinewood Derby!
Thanks, Karin, firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
“Camp Like Juliette”
July 27th to July 31st
At Edmonds City Park, Edmonds, Wa
Monday – Friday 5:15pm – 8:30pm
Cedar and Sound Twilight Camp is planned and run by our Program Aides with guidance from adult volunteers. They are great role models for the younger girls. The girls will learn new songs, enjoy cooking in the out of doors, do crafts, and so much more.Read more
Troop 43866 is making Christmas Wreaths
Basic Wreath -$35
Deluxe Upgrade – + $7
Bows and Accents available.
What is World Thinking Day?
Since 1926, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides around the world have spent February 22nd thinking of each other and expressing thanks and appreciation for Scouting around the world. February 22nd was chosen as it was the birthday of both Lord Baden-Powell (who founded Boy Scouts) and his wife, Olave Baden-Powell, who was the World Chief Guide (for Girl Guiding & Girl Scouting). On World Thinking Day, girls from around the world learn about other cultures and (in most countries) make small donations (traditionally pennies) to the Girl Scouting/Guiding movement.Read more