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S: GS Island Troop 609 Memories 1999-2012

FC: GS Island Troop 609

1: 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. 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.

2: Daisies - Kindergarten | 1999-2000

4: Sand Art Brownies

5: Girl Scout Holiday Bazaar 13 years; 1999-2011

6: Brownies 1st - 3rd grade | 2000- 2003

7: Build-a-Bear Workshop | What's It Shop Field Trip | Community Service Cornerstone Clean-up | Teepee Craft

10: Juniors 4th - 6th grade | 2003-2007

11: Riverside Nursing Home Delivering Valentines and Playing Music | Corn Maze

12: Halloween Hop | Memorial Day Parade

13: Mall Madness All night shopping until 5:00 AM!

14: Mackinac Island| June 2005 | My favorite memory ...

16: The Butterfly House

20: Beaver Island| June 2006 | My favorite memory ...

21: Ant Lions! | Watching the ant lion come out and catch & eat the ant!

22: Kayaking on and inland lake, but first--- padding instructions!

24: Fun in the sun on the beach!

25: An old monastery Creepy rooms Nice playground Old fashion candy shop Scary lady..."I've arrived"! Astronomy lesson Mama Sheats pancakes::)

26: The 2-hour big ferry ride to Beaver Island from Charlevoix!

27: Drummond Island| June 2007 | My favorite memory ... | Cadettes grades 7th & 8th

28: "Enough photos! Mrs. Singer!"

31: Hailey's epi-pen fiasco Bears Swimming Workouts Great bonfire... until the sprinklers turned on..LOL!

32: South Bass Island (aka Put-in-Bay)| July 2008 | My favorite memory ...

35: Badge work with Ben

36: S N A K E S

40: Kelley's Island| July 2009 | Seniors grades 9th & 10th | My favorite memory ...

42: Glacial grooves

45: Harsen's Island| July 2010 | Ambassadors grades 11th & 12th | My favorite memory ...

47: Ambassador Crossover

48: US Virgin Islands - Water Island| June 2011 | My favorite memory ...

53: Megan's Bay, St. Thomas

57: Ahh the memories to last a lifetime!

58: Mackinac Island | August 2012 | My favorite memory ...

59: My photos...

60: My photos...

61: My photos...

62: 10 Girls, 10 GOLD Awards | Celebrating GOLD - Dexter Leader, May 2011 Six Ambassador Girl Scouts from Dexter Troop 40609 have earned their Gold Award. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award that a Girl Scout 14-18 may earn. Someone once described the Girl Scout Gold Award as being "what you really want to be remembered for" in Girl Scouting. For many, the leadership skills, organizational skills, and sense of community and commitment that come from "going for the Gold" set the foundation for a lifetime of active citizenship. Gold Award projects fulfill needs in the community. The organizations the girls completed projects for include; University of Michigan Hospital 6B Acute Care Unit (Polly Washabaugh), St. Joseph Parish (Kristie Duve & Chantal Singer), Ele’s Place (Carly Glahn), Father Pat Jackson House (Hailey Sheats) and St. Louis Center (Lynn Metz). The troop received donations from the Michigan Pain Specialists and the Dexter Knight Columbus to help with the cost of their Gold Award projects. The girls will be honored at the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Council’s Gold Award Ceremony on May 17 at the Eastern Michigan Convocation Center. Four Ambassador Girl Scouts from Troop No. 40609 in Dexter have earned their Gold Award. - Dexter Leader, May 2012 The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award that a 14- to 18-year-old Girl Scout may earn. Someone once described the Girl Scout Gold Award as being "what you really want to be remembered for" in Girl Scouting. For many, the leadership skills, organizational skills, and sense of community and commitment that come from "going for the Gold" set the foundation for a lifetime of active citizenship. \Micaela Conter, Amanda Mayer, Kate Pepple and Annalise Dobbs have all earned the Gold Award. Conter and Mayer worked together to create a program to increase the awareness of women in sports as well as encourage younger children to continue to participate in sports and to stay active. Pepple developed a kid’s cookbook and taught nutrition and healthy cooking to elementary kids in the after-school program. Dobbs designed and constructed a prayer garden and outdoor classroom space on the grounds of St. Joseph Parish. The girls will be honored at the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Council’s Gold Award Ceremony on May 12 at the Eastern Michigan Convocation Center.

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  • Title: Girl Scout Island Troop 609
  • Girl scout memories, mother and daughter trips to islands
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