Rancho Bernardo Service Unit 686


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CPR/First Aid TRaining

Please pass this on to any parents in your troop who want or need CPR/First Aid training.

Girl Scouts is offering a CPR/First Aid class at the Escondido Program Center on November 05, 2014 from 5:30 PM-10:30 PM for $45 (12 spots open)  and at the Carlsbad Program Center on December 02, 2014 5:30 PM-10:30 PM for $45 (22 spots open).



4th Annual Stone Ranch Pool Party

Junior Troop 8235 hosted the 4th Annual Stone Ranch Pool Party on Aug 23rd. It was a 'cool' way for the school's Girl Scouts to start the new school year off!


(Pictured Karen, Olivia, Emily, Cassidy, Eleni, Ava, Riley)



Important Nut Sale Information


On September 9th at 6:00 will be a mandatory meeting if your troop wants to sell nuts.  (The leaders meeting will be at 7:30 the same night.)  You must RSVP for this meeting by emailing Julie Golich by August 31 with the following information.
 
1) Troop number
2) Leader's name, email and phone
3) Nut mom's name, email and phone
4) How many girls are registered and planning to sell


If your troop wants to do any additional money making events during the year, the troop must participate in nuts.  Also, financials must be turned in for the troop to participate in nuts.  






Ability Awareness and Inclusion Workshop was a Success!

Gold Award potential Elena from troop 8343, Silver Award potential Amanda from troop 8707 and eight Bronze Award potential Girl Scouts from troop 8373 joined together to host an Ability Awarness and Inclusion Workshop.  86 girls attended the Workshop and special guests included Pete and Connor his dog from Canine Companions International and Ellen from CP Wheelchairs for Humanity. The workshop received donations of Spanish books and art/school supplies to be divided between the school in Nicaragua and a local school for homeless children. In addition, six wheel chairs were donated to Wheelchairs for Humanity, a donation was given to Canine Companions and enough money was raised that for a school for disabled children in Honduras to install internet and pay for the service for the first six months.  Thank you for all who participated!











 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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