In the lush, secluded setting of Camp Paumalu girls will spend their days learning basic outdoor skills, hiking, crafting, swimming, and making friends that will last a lifetime–all while building Courage, Confidence and Character!
Event open to:
Brownie Girl Scouts and adult chaperones. All girls must be accompanied by at least one adult chaperone.
The 2013 Woman of Distinction honorees are, from left to right, Dr. Elizabeth Ignacio, M.D., orthopedic surgeon, Imua Orthopedics; Sheryl Seaman, Vice Chairman, Group 70 International; and Jan Sullivan; Chief Operating Officer, Oceanit.
The theme of our 2013 Woman of Distinction Dinner is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). In today’s world, STEM is everywhere; almost every task and activity that we do requires some manifestation of science, technology, engineering or math. A 2012 study found that about half of all girls feel that STEM is not a typical career path for girls. Though girls are overwhelmingly interested in STEM, 57% of them feel that if they pursued a STEM career, they would have to work harder than a man just to be taken seriously.
Our 2013 Woman of Distinction honorees have broken the gender barrier, showing that it is possible for women to pursue STEM careers–and to pursue it successfully. This year we honor three women who excel not only in their careers, but also as community leaders who inspire their colleagues and our next generation of female leaders.
Girls will gain first-hand knowledge of a working farm through hands-on activities. They will learn that farming is functional but can also provide for a fun experience.
Girls who participate in this program will have an opportunity to learn about the farming and harvesting of a variety of vegetables. They will have an opportunity to pick and take home a small quantity of a vegetable of their choice (dependent upon what is available); choose, harvest and take home a small pumpkin; learn about corn cultivation and explore a corn maze; experience a hay ride; and meet and learn about some of the animals that live on the farm.
This is a site visit that encompasses hands on experiences including vegetable picking, a corn maze and a hay ride. Games and other activities will be incorporated into the program.
Can’t wait to join all the fun activities and meet new friends in Girl Scouts? We can’t wait for you to join us!
This recruitment session is open to both existing and new/potential members, adults and girls. If you are an existing Girl Scout or volunteer, come check out what kinds of fun activities the Honolulu West Service Unit* (your regional service unit) will have this year and invite a friend (or two!) to learn more about becoming a volunteer or joining as a girl.
If you are not yet a volunteer or Girl Scout, you are welcome to come along to check out what we do–no sign up required. Come join us!
When: Wednesday, September 11, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Where: Nuuanu Elementary School Cafeteria Address: 3055 Puiwa Lane Honolulu, HI 96817 Who: Girls and families (both existing Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts) living in the Nuuanu/Liliha/Kalihi-Palama/Downtown Honolulu neighborhood who are interested in learning more about the upcoming Girl Scout year or joining. This session is geared toward volunteers and girls in kindergarten-3rd grade.
*We have many service units all over the state. Please browse our calendar to find the area most convenient for you. If you are unable to find one, feel free to contact our Erica Becerrada, our Membership and Program administrator, at 808.675.5534 or firstname.lastname@example.org.