S: Girl Scouts 2010 - 2012
FC: Daisy Girl Scout Troop 3675 & Brownie Girl Scout Troop 3686 | 2010 - 2012
1: Our Journey Begins... | Friends may come and go, but we will always be Girl Scout Sisters.
2: Brooke | Emilie | Emily | Jillian | Kameryn | Malena | Rosalyn | Sydney | Kayla | Laraya
3: Community Service | Community service is a very important aspect of Girl Scouts. The girls collected items to send to the soldiers overseas. | Making thank you flowers for our Nut Sales.
4: Halloween brought out the spooky & | silly side of us. We made paper mache' pumpkins, decorated cupcakes, & | played games. Even the leaders got into dressing | up for the occasion. | A Spooktacular Halloween Party
5: District 4, Neighborhood 2 Bowling Event | The girls had a great time bowling the traditional way and then mixing it up and doing some crazy bowling. | This is a great opportunity for the girls to meet other girls who are in their Girl Scout Neighborhood, not just their troop. | Let the good times roll!
6: Main Street St. Charles Christmas Parade | The girls marched in the Santa Parade. The parade has a variety of different Santas and holiday characters. After the parade the girls | were able to meet the different characters.
7: Our Troop Christmas Party | The girls played "Rob Your Neighbor" for the gift exchange, indulged in cookies, and | wrapped gifts for their parents.
8: At each country the girls sampled a little taste of traditional food. | Around the World Harris Elementary Troop Event | The girls had passports that they completed as the traveled to each country. | Each girl visited China, United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada, Italy, Ireland, the Caribbean, and the USA and participated in an activity related to that country. | In China, they used chopsticks to eat marshmallows, in Canada there was hockey to be played, Italy had car races, and Ireland they made good luck necklaces. The girls made crowns while visiting the United Kingdom. | Nothing says Mexico like the Mexican Hat Dance and the Caribbean had a limbo competition. The USA gave the girls the opportunity to have a horse race and indulge in smores around the campfire to end the event.
9: It doesn't matter if we are at a meeting, | doing community service, | or just hanging out, we have a great time together.
10: Awards Ceremony 2011 | At the end of every school year, there is an Awards Ceremony where the girls are presented with badges and pins they have earned.
11: Backyard Camping | What a blast we all had! The girls got their first experience at camping in Jean's backyard. We tried a lot of new camping activities. The girls enjoyed some free time playing games and then it was down to the business of lighting the campfire and cooking dinner. Of course, you can't go camping and not have smores! The most exciting adventure was when the storm sirens went off at | 4:00 in the morning. It was definitely a memorable event!
12: City Museum Field Trip | To close out our amazing year, we took a wild field trip to the City Museum in downtown St. Louis. On the way down we stopped at Steak N Shake to fuel up . | We all had a great time climbing, swinging, and exploring. The adults even got into exploring their "inner child." The money we made during our cookie sales helped cover the cost of this great trip!
14: Camp Tuckaho Round-Up | This was the Brownies first experience with camping at Girl Scout camp. As for the Daisies, they attended the District event as Day Outers. The girls experienced a lot of new things and had a blast!
16: Alexis | Breyanna | Emilie | Emily | Jillian | Jolee | Kameryn | Kashauna | Kayla | Kayla | Kierstin | Laraya | Malena | Morgan | Rose | Sophia | Sydney | Make New Friends, But Keep the Old... Our friends and sisters in Girl Scout Troops 3675 & 3686 for the school year 2011 - 2012.
17: Our first field trip of the 2011 - 2012 school year was to a local family owned ice cream shop. The girls received a tour and learned a bit about the history of ice cream. | What's a tour of an ice cream shop without getting to sample the final product?
18: Fall Festival Campout | To celebrate the Fall season, we had a backyard campout at Jean's house. We traveled to a friend's house and the girls got to see how she trains her dogs in agility courses and they interacted with the pet goats. When we returned home, there were fall crafts to make and games to play. | The girls decorated pumpkins to look like cats, made dough ghosts, paper bag trees, smore | SWAPS & butterfly footprint pictures. For some of the girls, | this was their first camping experience. We all had a great time, however, it was a little cold that night. | We learned a little more about each other during the event too.
20: Having A Howling Good Time!
21: The girls had a great time during the Halloween Party. We played Halloween inspired games and learned how to decorate cupcakes | like the pros. As a special treat, each girl received a feather in her hair (all the latest craze).
22: District 4, Neighborhood 2 | Bowling Event
23: Thanksgiving Day Parade | In honor of Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary, we marched in the parade on Thanksgiving in downtown. We waited for a long time but once it got started we had a great time!
24: Spreading Christmas Cheer... | In celebration of the holiday, the girls helped Deck the Halls at local nursing homes with trees that were donated by the Pioneers of AT&T. It was such a pleasure to see the joy on the faces of the recipients and a great opportunity for the girls to help others.
25: Beauty & the Beast | The girls were treated as royal princesses for their Christmas present from the troops. We rented a stretch Hummer limo to ride down to the Fox Theater to see the magical production | of Beauty and the Beast.
26: Holiday Happiness | To complete our Christmas celebration, we had a little party at Bing's house. Santa made a special appearance too! The girls enjoyed a silly story | used to exchange presents with each other.
27: Dierberg's Cooking Class | The Brownies were invited to join another troop and attend a cooking class at the local grocery store. | The girls made a full course meal including salad, meatball sandwiches, and dessert. After everything was prepared and cooked, they were able to sample a bit of it all.
28: Self Defense Field Trip | The girls learned some valuable tips and actions to defend themselves if they are ever in a bad situation. The instructors were great to let the girls | practice what they learned on them.
29: Girl Scout 100th Birthday Bash | Council organized a huge birthday party in honor of the 100th birthday of Girl Scouts. The girls had a blast getting their nails done, hair sprayed, making crafts, | dancing, playing dress up in old uniforms, | and of course cupcakes. There was so much for the girls to explore and enjoy.
30: Cookie | Our girls spent many cold days outside drumming up business for cookie sales. Between the two troops the girl sold approximately 3,750 boxes of cookies. | That is an amazing amount and has given the troops enough money to have an awesome upcoming year. By the end of the cookie selling season, we all started getting a little | silly but it was definitely fun.
32: Touring a Local Firehouse | The girls enjoyed touring the inside of the house and seeing all of the equipment on the trucks.
33: Harris Beautification Day As a group community service project, all of the scouts at school got together with Dr. Harding (the principal) and worked on making the school's | landscaping look a lot nicer. The girls helped pull weeds and plant new flowers.
34: April Showers Every April Girl Scouts collect hygiene products to donate to local shelters. The girls hung bags on the neighborhood doors one weekend and then the following Saturday they went back and collected the filled bags. The Brownie troop was responsible for collecting all of the Girl Scout Neighborhood's products and delivering them to Bridgeway Women's | Center. They also stood at Walmart to collect products.
35: Troop Camping at Camp Tuckaho To celebrate the end of our journey as Daisies and Brownies, we went camping at Girl Scout Camp. The girls had to work and play during the weekend. Every day they cooked their meals, either in the kitchen or over the open fire. Of course, there were crafts to make and free time to explore camp. We went on a few hikes and looked around the Nature Center.
36: The girls built their first successful campfire to cook dinner. | The girls had some quiet time. | We learned some new | camp songs. They made blankets and decorated flip flops. You can't go camping and not | The troops were divided into 3 patrols, Jumpy Juniors, Star Gazers, and Hamster Patrol. | have smores around a campfire! | For the brave souls, we went on a night hike! | Lined up for a snack. We definitely ate well over the weekend!
37: Each patrol was assigned a meal to cook and an area to clean before we could leave camp. | Having some fun singing and hiking! | Each girl helped make the blankets and then on | Sunday we drew names to pick who | took which blanket home. | Not all of the jobs were fun but they are part of camping.
38: Girl Scout Bridging Ceremony At the end of this year, the girls bridge up to the next level of Girl Scouts. They will continue to grow and learn as they enter Brownies and Juniors. To symbolize their new journey, the girls each cross over a bridge. On one side of the bridge they remove their current uniform and when they reach the other side of the bridge they put on their new uniform. The families were all invited to | join us for this special occasion. | Let the next journey begin!
39: 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. 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. | Autographs