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You're invited to sample what Girl Scouting offers

The Girl Scout Movement is strong, relevant and providing opportunities for girls to grow in their leadership. During this ever-changing time, you're invited to explore the benefits of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and the Girl Scout Cookie Program (the world’s largest entrepreneurial program for girls). 

To sample what Girl Scouting offers girls in grades K-12, our council is offering new and complimentary virtual programs each week. Register at this link:

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Click here to download flier with virtual activities through March 2021.

Paper Architect: STEM Challenges at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 28 for grades K-5

Put your engineering skills to the test in this fun challenge! Let’s see who can build the tallest tower or the strongest bridge with just some paper and tape. Are you up to the challenge? Supplies needed are tape and sheets of paper.

Cookie Chat at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4 for grades K-12

Let’s talk cookies! First, we will take a virtual tour of ABC Bakers, which is the oldest Girl Scout Cookie baker in the United States. Next, you will dream up your own cookie and share it with your virtual friends. Finally, you will hear from one of our council’s top cookie sellers for several years. Supplies needed are paper and pencil/crayons/markers.

Yoga and Dance Fitness at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 11 for grades K-12

Grab your mat and a towel for a yoga and dance class! We will start with an introduction and some breathing exercises, a little movement on our mat, followed by a few dance numbers to some of your favorite songs and some stretching. This is an all-levels class, so get your family members to join the fun! Supplies needed are a towel, water and a yoga mat if you have one.

Prepare With Pedro at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 15 for grades K-2

The American Red Cross will lead Prepare With Pedro to share how to be prepared for any home fires. Pedro is a penguin who learns what to do when a smoke detector goes off.

Pillowcase Project at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 15 for grades 3-5

The American Red Cross will present the Pillowcase Project to share how to be prepared for any home fires or tornadoes.

Superhero Training Academy at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 25 for grades K-3

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie and Junior! Create an alternate persona and design your own superhero costume. Participate in challenges that test your abilities. Transform into a superhero and help take camp back from a nefarious supervillain. Girls will work toward the Fair Play badge. Supplies needed are 10 sheets of paper, tape and markers/crayons.

International Women’s Day at 6:30 p.m. March 4 for grades K-5

Let’s prepare for International Women’s Day (March 8)! This year’s theme is Choose to Challenge. Girls will learn about Girl Scouts who have taken on challenges to make the world a better place and will create a craft to remind them of their abilities to choose to challenge. Supplies needed are paper, scissors and coloring supplies.

Girl Scouts Past and Present at 6:30 p.m. March 11 for grades K-12

Join us for an evening all about Girl Scouts as we celebrate Girl Scout Week (March 7-13, 2021). Together we’ll explore Girl Scouts past and present to see how we’re living out the legacy begun in 1912 that continues to this day.

Camp Chat With Salamander at 6:30 p.m. March 18 for grades K-12

Join our very own Salamander to make a friendship bracelet and hear about upcoming happenings at Pamunkey Ridge Girl Scout Camp. Salamander (AKA Chief Operating Officer Amanda Porter) will talk about our plans for summer 2021 and preview updates at our 240-acre camp property on the Pamunkey River. Supplies needed are three bundles of bracelet string, scissors and a paper plate.

In-SPA-ration at 4:30 p.m. March 25 for grades K-12

Enjoy a fabulous day as we create a virtual spa. Spend time pampering yourself with homemade facials and lip gloss, while learning useful relaxation techniques to reduce stress. Girls will work toward the Staying Fit badge. Supplies needed are oatmeal, honey, Kool-Aid packet, shortening, water, bowl and container.

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Why Girl Scouts? Girl Scouting provides a safe place for girls to discover, connect and take action. The mission of the Girl Scouts — to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place — benefits girls, families and communities.

Girl Scouts focuses on appreciating everyone’s unique value, celebrating our differences and supporting one another through obstacles and conflict. This has never been more important as we all grapple with the pain and isolation caused by the global pandemic.

With so many opportunities on both the local and national level, there has never been a better time to be a member of Girl Scouts. We want all girls to have the advantage of being a member of the Girl Scout Movement.

If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out at [email protected] or call  804-746-0590 or 800-4SCOUT4 (toll-free).