July 26, 2015
Join the Girl Scouts of the Big Island for a day at Imiloa!
$10/pp – girl or adult (children under 3, free)
9:30 to 10:00 Check in
10:00 to 11:00 Planetarium show – no one will be allowed to enter once the show begins.
11:00 to 12:00 Brown bag lunch in picnic area
12:00 to 1:30 Explore the exhibition hall
For more information click the registration button:
July 25, 2015
Troop leaders are invited to spend the morning recognizing the hard work of exceptional volunteers, as well as participating in two sessions of hands-on activities.
The focus will be on:
- Clarifying the difference between the higher awards.
- Answering the question, “What is a take action project, and how do I make one happen?”
- Providing resources on Girl Scout traditions, and learning how to include them in your troop and Service Unit meetings.
- Announcing the “Ladder to Leadership”, (LIA, PA, CIT, JT VIT, etc.)
- Creating a girl-led program at any program level.
Open to ALL ADULT VOLUNTEERS! Childcare will be available, if needed.
July 17, 2015
For Overnight (3 days):
3rd grade or older in Fall
Cost $70.00* for girls and adults
*$60 EARLY BIRD RATE FOR THOSE WHO REGISTER 6/1 – 6/8*
Time – 5:00 pm (Friday) 7/17 until 11:00 am (Sunday) 7/19
Please click the registration button for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: Only 1 Adult chaperone per Troop may register for this event
For Day Camp Only:
Cost $40 for girls or $35 for adults
EARLY BIRD RATE FROM 6/1-6/8: $30 for GIRLS, $25 for ADULTS
Time – 8:30 am until 4:30 pm, Saturday 7/18
June 13, 2015
Strengthen your leadership skills and learn how you can share your expertise and knowledge of Girl Scouting with others by becoming a Program Aide or Counselor In Training. Girls who completed the 6th grade or older and are interested in working with Troops/groups at Troop, Service Unit, PCCS and Council events, are invited to participate in this beginner’s level training for Program Aides and Counselors in Training.
Learn the behavior characteristics of the Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girls that make working with each level fun and unique. During this training you will:
- Learn invaluable lessons of listening and working well with younger girls and their troop leaders.
- Help girls earn their Journey awards.
- Be a role model to the younger girls.
- Each incoming 6th, 7th, or 8th grade Cadette is required to have completed at least one (1) LIA award. Incoming 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th graders must have worked with younger girls in troop, service unti or outside events.
- Each girl is required to submit a complted Girl Health Information for Council Programs form at check-in. Do NOT use the Girl Health History form.
- All participants must be registered members of GSUSA for the 2014-2015 membership year.
Registration will close on June 8th, 2015 at 5:59 pm HST.
June 5, 2015
Come jump start your Junior years of Girl Scouting or earn your Junior Summit Award completing your third journey with the Junior Get Moving Journey in a fun weekend at Camp! Cost is $40 for girls and $30 for adults.
Junior girls, entering 4-6th grades in the fall, will spend a weekend at Camp Paumalu earning their Junior Get Moving Journey. Individual girls or troops may register for this camp. Both Get Moving Book ($7) and Get Moving Award Badge Set ($5) may be optionally purchased at time of registration. Girls and Leaders will sleep together with their troops but will be separated and placed into new TEAMS for activities during the day.
Registration for this camp is now closed.
May 23, 2015
As part of Kaneohe Troop 1018’s Service Project, Girl Scouts collect lei and flowers to decorate the graves every Memorial Day at the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery in Kaneohe. Help them out by bringing a lei (artificial or floral), sewing a lei, or donating flowers! Please help spread the word about this project in your communities to make the event as big as possible!
Girl Scouts from he Kaneohe Service Unit will be manning the donations at the Center Court Stage area in Windward Mall. They will also be sewing lei with fellow Scouts and inviting shoppers to join in on lei sewing in the court. Flower, and yarn/ribbon leis are greatly appreciated. Suggested blossoms to bring and share: stephanotis, plumeria, bougainvillea, crown flowers. Stalks of hardy tropical flowers are also accepted (24 inches maximum). Fee is $3.50.
Custom patches will be ordered for this event; patches are limited so sign up early RSVP by 4/20/2015 to Ailyn by emailing her at email@example.com
April 25, 2015
Girl Scouts of Hawai`i presents the 2015 Gold Award Ceremony in conjunction with the Silver and Bronze Award Recognition. We will be recognizing the accomplishments of some amazing young women who have successfully earned Girl Scouting’s highest awards.
This event is open to Girl Scouts who have earned the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award during the 2014-2015 membership year, their families and friends. Awardees must attend the event with an Adult Chaperone.
Seating is limited. First-come, first-served. You must register to attend and may do so through this online form.
A mandatory workshop for Gold Award recipients will be held on April 4, 2015, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at the Girl Scouts of Hawai`i Ala Moana office.
Day of Ceremony:
- Gold Awardees need to arrive no later than 12:00 p.m. for rehearsal and preparation.
- Silver & Bronze Awardees need to arrive no later than 12:30 p.m. for rehearsal & preparation.
- Scouts are asked to wear their Girl Scout uniform to this event.
The Girl Scouts of Hawai`i reserves the right to cancel any program at any time for any reason.
Three Ring Ranch is a private, not-for-profit sanctuary that provides care and rehabilitation for injured and ill animals, a safe haven for native endangered species, and a shelter for animals no longer capable of surviving in the wild. It also serves as an amnesty station where alien species can be brought and returned to their porper environment. Established in 1998, the ranch is licensed by the USDA, and accredited by The American Sanctuary Association and The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries. Their mission is to positively impact the environment while education Hawaii’s children about their place in the natural world and to develop an environmentally responsible generation of youth.
(Registration Closes at 11:59 PM ET on April 12, 2015)
Please be mindful of the following rules and restrictions:
1. Participants must be registered members of the Girl Scouts of Hawaii. Girls may be dropped off and picked up at the end of the event.
2. Participants must be at leat 6 years of age or older.
3. Each participant must bring a Health History for Council form (available on the GSH website).
4. Closed shoes are required. It is suggested you bring water, sunscreen and a hat (if desired). Photographs are welcome but no flash photography.
5. No younger siblings permitted.
6. No animals of any kind permitted.
7. Check in time is 10:45 am. Driving directions will be emailed to registered participants prior to the event.
April 19, 2015
As young women nearing high school graduation across Hawaii look towards their bright futures, they now have more educational and career choices than ever before. To help in the planning process, please join us for a very informative symposium. Hear about scholarships, internships, and career opportunities with the Central Intelligence Agency. In addition, participate in roundtable career discussions with local professionals in various fields. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is free but seating is limited, so RSVP via EventBrite today!
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