Girl Scout Pool Party
Friday, August 21, 2015. 3:00pm – 5:00pm at the SHA Pool
It's time to recruit and celebrate for our upcoming Girl Scout year! We are hosting a pool party for our returning girls and for new girls who are interested in joining! So grab your swimsuit and bring a friend as we have fun under the summer sun!
Parents: please be present with your children who are under the age of 12 and be responsible for any friend they may bring. Tag-a-logs (siblings) are welcome and will also be under your care. We will have ice cream, fruit and chips for the kiddos.This is not a come and go event. Welcome will start promptly at 3:00 and ice cream served at 3:10 (for fear of melting). We will play a quick ice breaker game and then set the girls free to enjoy the pool.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
The new Girl Scout year begins October 1st. Please register your girl for a year of great events! Girls can participate in troop level activities, one day events, and/or series activities (hiking, community service, sports, and Japanese cultural experiences). Please contact our Registrar, Amy Litka, at firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll your daughter today!
Download Registration Forms and turn into your troop leader:
>>Girl Registration Form
>>Adult Registration Form
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UPCOMING EVENTS AT A GLANCE:
8/1: Bon Odori Dance
8/21: Pool Party Bring a Friend event
9/13: Rummage Sale
9/26: Climb into Girl Scouts: Kick Off event
2014 in Review!
Check out our ACS Volunteer Appreciation presentation! >>Click here
Forms! Forms! Forms!
A Busy Weekend: Oyama Hike and Mikan Picking
November 15th & 16th
Girl Scouts had a jam packed weekend! On the 15th we took 17 girls (and 11 parents!) on a hike to Oyama. All told, we walked 6 miles, made it to the view point, and saw some beautiful fall colors. Then on Sunday, the 16th, we took the Camp Zama Girl Scouts Mikan Picking with the Zama Japanese Girl Scouts. At the event we had 24 kids (15 of which were Girl Scouts), 17 parents, and 8 host nation Girl Scouts. We ate countless mikans and played a fun game with the host nation troop! >>Pictures.
NEWS: Community Service & Japanese Host Nation Fun at the Furusato Festival
October 19, Sobudai Nursing School
This event doubled as a Japanese Cultural and Community Service Event. 36 Girls (and 24 parents!) volunteered and had fun interactive activities to do with community members around the Sobudai Nursing School. Girl Scouts gave away temporary tattoos and bookmarks that kids could decorate. Plus, girls got to experience the earthquake simulator, ropes course, petting zoo, pony rides, and bounce house!