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S: Girl Scouts Troop 3005 2010-2011

BC: To my wonderful girls it has given me great joy to be your troop leader. I hope the times we have shared will inspire you to be creative, kind, loving, thoughtful, and be the best at everything you do in life. You are all amazing, beautiful, and smart young ladies. Remember to always live by the Girl Law and Promise. I am certain each one of you will make a true difference in this world. | Ms. Tasha

FC: 2010-2011 Fort Lee, Virginia

1: Fort Lee Junior's Troop 3005 | Each Girl shares in a special part of Girl Scout history and creates their own special memories. Girl Scouts is dedicated solely to girls—all girls—where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. | Our Memories

2: Andriah Reed | Ariana Rivera | De'lyla Francis | Jenna Gano | Kacey Riel | Kaylee Taylor | Kiara Greer | Lauren Taylor | Naomi Grimes | Ms. Tasha Reed | Kiana Smith | Our amazing Girl Scout Girls in Juniors Troop 3005 2010-2011 | Ms. Evelyn Riel




6: and spooktacular party | Halloween House | October 2010

7: so scary! | boo

8: Have a Holly Jolly Christmas | Gift Exchange

9: Our Bowling Christmas Party at the Fort Lee Bowling Alley, December 2010 | Dinner, yummy!

10: Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

11: December 2010 | Decorating the tree | singing Christmas Carols | My wish


13: S | SSOCK HOP | sss | World Thinking Day 2011 | Our Country Germany Menu: Schnitzel , German Potato Salad | What I learned

15: S | SSOCK HOP | sss | Sock Hop


17: “The journey between who you once were, and who you are now becoming, is where the dance of life really takes place.”

18: cookie connection | Leading the Daisy's and Brownies in activities

19: "selling cookies helps girls realize their full potential and become strong, confident, and resourceful citizens. | Cookie Kick- off, Hut remodel, & ribbon cutting ceremony | My Memories

20: Lets get cooking | The Lesson Plan

21: Preparation | Hard at work

22: The Final Product

23: FORT LEE, VA (Jan. 13, 2011) -Ordinarily, business at the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence involves recruits from each of the services learning the basic skills required of military food service specialists. But that wasn’t the case on the evening of Jan. 6 when the JCCoE staff welcomed a troop of merit-badge-pursuing Girl Scouts. Fort Lee Junior Troop 3005 worked toward their "Let’s Get Cooking" badge with Coast Guard Senior Chief Petty Officer Justin Reed, one of the school’s instructors and a member of the U.S. Army Culinary Team. During a regular troop meeting, the eight girls aged 10 and 11, donned chef’s hats and aprons and got busy learning to cook. Tasha Reed, the troop’s leader, teamed with her husband to help the troop of fourth and fifth graders meet the six requirements for the badge. Reed began the class with advice about healthy eating, answered questions from the curious scouts about saturated and unsaturated fats, and gave other smart eating tips. The troop must complete six activities while exploring and discovering healthy cooking to earn the badge. Reed helped the girls meet four of the requirements during the session. The troop made tasty treats with yogurt, whipped cream, fruits and a tart shell. Using a recipe included in the Junior Girl Scout Badgebook, the girls, with some help from the culinary expert, made a strawberry and banana tart and smoothie. Next they learned to make two different egg dishes. Reed whipped up a batch of French toast and then made "Egg in a Basket." While cooking he suggested ways to eliminate fat from their diets by eating sugar, salt and butter in moderation. The troop will be hosting a spaghetti dinner in February at the Sisisky Boulevard Community Center as part of their badge-earning effort. To prepare for the event, the troop made turkey meatballs with marinara sauce served over thin spaghetti. Sticking to the eating-healthy guidelines, Reed explained that choosing leaner meats helps to eliminate unnecessary fats in meals. He told the girls how to check the fat percentages of their ground beef, chicken and turkey while shopping with their parents. Reed showed the troop how to make garlic bread with a distinct taste using olive oil, fresh parmesan cheese and garlic powder. Troop Leader Reed said the girls were excited to begin their restaurant endeavor and complete their requirements while showing the community what they’ve learned about healthy eating. "Next week, we’ll begin the naming process and decide who will perform what function for the restaurant," she said. Any member of the community is welcome to dine with the troop. The menu for the Feb. 16 event will feature spaghetti with meatballs, tossed garden salad, garlic bread and chocolate brownies. Advance tickets, are required (adults $5, children 10 and under $3.50). Diners may chose a 5:30 or 7 p.m. seating while tickets last. For more information or to reserve a ticket, call (757) 582-7259. | .JCCoE Helps Youth Achieve Scout Goal - Fort Lee Traveller: | news paper article

24: “Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget.”

25: out trip to swadders to celebrate all our hard work during cookie sales

26: Money Senses | Bank tour Navy Federal Credit Union | May 2011

27: end of the year notes

28: The Girl Scout Promise On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law

29: The Girl Scout Law I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

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