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The WNBA’s Atlanta Dream presents Kids Day at Philips Arena on Tuesday, June 25 at noon. Seats are $12 or $14. Beyond the action on the court, kids will enjoy face painting, balloon artistry, and more.
Come cheer on the WNBA Atlanta Dream as the team hosts the Phoenix Mercury at a special Girl Scout Day event. Tickets to the September 8 game are $14 per person, and girls will get special patches (limited availability).
The Hamblen County Service Unit will host a summer day camp with the theme “Design: Fashion, Interior, and Architecture” July 22, 23, 25, and 26 at Liberty United Methodist Church.
Join a fun overnight, lock-in at one of Pigeon Forge’s most exciting attractions – WonderWorks!
Start off the Girl Scout year with a Family Fun Day in Banner Elk, NC. Enjoy a day full of fun family-togetherness!
Bank donates $2,500 in Hatcher’s name to Girl Scouts Home Federal Bank named Barbara Hatcher a 2013 Hometown Hero and presented a check for $2,500 in her name to Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians at a ceremony held at the Home Federal Bank Maryville branch on Wednesday, May 1. Now in its third year, the Hometown Heroes program spotlights ordinary people who do extraordinary things for others and their community. The public submitted dozens of nominations and ten …
Girl Scouts are invited to spend September 7 splashing around the great pools and water attractions of Wilderness at the Smokies Resort.
Enjoy an overnight adventure with your troop!
Your adventure will include a healthy snack, continental breakfast, themed programming provided by staff educators, gift shop open for a limited time during the day, and a free museum pass for each camper to return another day.
The American Indian Scouting Association and its seminar is a joint venture of Indian and non-Indian adult and youth in association with the Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of the USA and Boy Scouts of America. The association’s annual summer seminar is July 20-24. The purpose of the seminar is to: help youth recognize their talents and capabilities to serve their communities through scouting. help scouting staff and troop leaders better serve American Indian youth. exchange ideas about …
Submitted by Constance Washington As part of their Bronze Award project, Alaina Washington, Autumn Reynolds, and Sanaa Hicks of Troop 40182 prepared sandwiches and other food for the families in the Intensive Care Unit waiting rooms at the Erlanger Hospital and the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. When the girls arrived at each hospital’s ICU waiting room, they talked with the families about their project, sang grace, and invited the people to enjoy the meal that was prepared for them. Of …