The Central Region will be holding the next Quarterly Advisory Team Meeting on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 6:30pm-8:00pm at Redlands Council Office. All Volunteers are welcome to attend, hear about all upcoming plans and exciting changes for the Central Region and offer their ideas and input for the betterment of Girl Scouts in our Region.
If you have any questions regarding this meeting, please contact Mayra Brown at (909) 307-6555 Ext. 236 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing all of our Volunteers there!
Starting Fall 2012, Teams of Volunteers will meet monthly based on Area. Leaders, please plan on attending regularly to receive important information and materials and to have your questions and concerns addressed by your Membership and Community Development Managers. Here is the schedule for the meetings:
3rd Wednesday of the Month from 6pm-7pm
Ramona Elementary School
3rd Tuesday of the Month from 7pm-9pm
GSSGC Central Service Center and Executive Offices in Redlands
2nd Wednesday of the Month from 6:30pm-8pm
Lutheran Church of our Savior in San Bernardino
3rd Tuesday of the Month from 10:30-11:30am
(No Meeting in December)
Rim Parks and Recreation Center
2nd Thursday of the Month from 6pm-7pm
Fontana Community Church in Fontana
"It's time to put the 'Community' back into 'Girl Scouting'!"
The Council Membership Team has been listening to what our Volunteers have had to say and we are making changes to our current Volunteer Structure! From brainstorming sessions at our Council Meetings to One-on-One Discussions with Leaders, we have been taking careful notes and we are now ready to unveil our the descriptions for our new Volunteer Positions!
From Recruitment to Events, there are plenty of new and exciting ways for our Volunteers to get involved and make a lasting contribution to the Organization and the Community. If you have any questions regarding any of the positions listed, please email Mayra at email@example.com.
This training must be taken by any adult wanting to be a leader, co/assistant leader and anyone working with money. 01’s 02’s 03’s. Here are some upcoming BLT's:
Here are some other upcoming trainings:
Here is a link that you can follow tothe Girl Scouts of Connecticut Webpage if you would like to help our fellow sisters in scouting:
The Arrowhead United Way has set up a website where local nonprofit organizations and agencies can publicize their volunteer opportunities. Arrowhead United Way actively strives to strenthen the community by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect.
Children's Plus Foster Family Agency of San Bernardino is looking for Girl Scout Volunteers to help with Project Help, a project focused on providing foster children and youth with personal care items. If your troop is interested in volunteering for this rewarding community service opportunity, by collecting and donating items or or organizing bags of items to give out, please contact Margaret Lazenby of Children's Plus at (909)889-3930.
Here is a link to all of the necessary Council Forms and Resources:
This site includes Fillable Registration Forms and Special Activity Plans which can be filled out on your computer and submitted via email, as well as our new and improved Safety Checkpoints that can be used in place of the standard Saftey Wise.
Recently, special Girl Scouts Programs have been established at select San Bernardino City Unified School District CAPS Facilities. We are excited to spread the Girl Scout Leadership Experience with girls in the Community.
We are proud to announce that Girl Scouts from the Moreno Valley Area are going to be featured in an upcoming issue of La Prensa, a noteworthy spanish-language periodical focused on newsworthy stories in Southern California. Keep an eye out for our girls! ¡Enhorabuenas Chicas!
We know that you all are anticipating the arrival of the new programming books, badges, try-its, and interest projects. All New Girl Guides will be available in our stores and ready for use in mid September. Check out the Brownie Elf video which will give you an in-depth view of the concepts of the new programming pieces:
We also know that this big change for everyone. Here are a few resources that offer some more information about the new Girl Guides to Girl Scouting:
To get started, simply follow our walk-through tutorial which will give you step-by-step directions on how to activate your account, sign up for events or trainings and how to register or renew your membership. At the bottom of the tutorial will be a link to then take you to e-Biz.
The registered 01 (Leader) in the troop can click on the troop management link and the current troop roster will be displayed. You can actually send emails to your members and print membership cards too! Questions, issues or if you find changes that need to be made, email the registration department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a bunch of Daisy, Brownie, Junior, and Cadette girls on the waiting list from the former Pass Blue Skies Area. Does anyone have room in their troop for these girls? We are also interested in starting new troop for these girls. Please contact Bethany Lick right away at either email@example.com or by calling (800) 400-4475 ext. 269.
Does your troop have some interesting activities scheduled? Has your troop been making a difference in the Community? Let us know! Your troop may just be featured in the Blog on our Council Website, our Facebook Page or maybe even your local newspaper! Click here to submit your stories to GSSGC.
Click hereto check out our Central Region Flickr Page to see photos from our recent events.
We also welcome you to share your photos with us. Please submit photos from your troop activities and events to be posted on our Flickr. Click here to submit your photos.
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