Building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place

By Lisa Kaminski; Manager, Community Development

Activities outside of normal troop meetings require that Girl Scout volunteers, in partnership with girls, review the Safety Activity Checkpoints, prior to participating in different activities.

Prior to any activity there should be communication with parents, arrangements made for transportation and supervision, making sure adults have appropriate training, compiling contact information, and preparing for emergencies by securing first aiders and first aid equipment.


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So, where in the world have these Girl Scouts been?

Hint – look back on your weekly eblast newsletters.

If you know the answer, leave a comment. Then check back tomorrow for more information on where the girls have been and learn more about some really exciting things that are happening in this community.



Comments on: "Where in the World have the Girl Scouts been?" (1)

  1. Judy Gallagher said:

    Like this one ☺….. not sure if anyone commented….:( I know I know LOL!


    Judith E. Gallagher
    Director of Marketing and Communications
    Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, Inc.
    300 Route 318, Phelps, NY 14532-9315
    T 315.539.5085, ext. 2315 F 315.539.1322


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