Friday, June 26, 2015

Don’t miss out on the old prices!

 
LAST CHANCE TO GET GIRL SCOUTS OF HAWAI`I PATCHES BEFORE PRICES INCREASE ON JULY 1ST!
 
Due to rising costs, we will be increasing prices on the following Girl Scouts of Hawai'i pins and patches:
 
                                                              NEW PRICE              OLD PRICE
·        Hawai`i Council Patch                     $2.50                         $2.00
·        Hawai`i Council Pin                         $4.50                         $4.00
·        Aloha Patch                                     $2.50                         $2.00
·        Aloha Patch Program/1 patch         $15.00                       $15.00
·        Ambassador Patch                          $2.00                         $1.25
·        Ambassador Rockers                      $1.00                         $0.65
·        Honor Troop Pin                              $3.00                         $2.00
·        Honor Troop Charm                        $3.00                         $2.00
·        Read To Me Patch                          $2.50                         $2.00
·        Camp Paumalu Patch                     $2.50                         $2.00
 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


The class is available to any youth in grade 6 and above. Registration of any of these are available here. Here is a schedule of classes:

June 27 – Kapolei petco

July 11 – Pearl City petco

July 19 – Kaneohe VCA Animal Hospital
Semi-Annual Sale

 
Get ready for the Semi-Annual Sale and Clearance event! Online starting Friday June 26th and running through Monday July 20th, a HUGE amount of inventory will be 20% to 75% off original prices!
 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Patches Available!
 
 
 
 
 
Aloha all!
 
We have some discounted patches available!
 
If you wanted to get a Surfin’ Santa from this past Christmas, we have 3 left at half price at $1 each!
5 World Thinking Day Patches left for 50 cents each!
We have MANY Bridging in Hawaii patches left! If you forgot to pre-order them, now is your chance to stop buy and purchase!
 

Thursday, June 18, 2015


Sea Life Park
Mural Painting Project
 
Have you been to Sea Life Park recently?  Big changes are happening, and our Oahu troops were invited to be part of it. They had the opportunity to beautify the partitions separating the construction site with a mural of their own design.  The participating troops got to see their piece of the project through from sketch to painting, and even get to attend the unveiling of the new attraction once completed!
 

 
 

Wednesday, June 17, 2015


Once a Girl Scout Went to Camp …
Camp Kilohana (Hawai'i Island)
June 5 - June 7, 2015

Wednesday, June 10, 2015


 
Troop Spotlight:
Troop 770

We recently asked our troop leaders to complete a Take Action Survey, so we could gather examples of all of the amazing service our troops are providing.  We’ve received some great responses, and here’s just one amazing example.  Enjoy, and keep the responses coming! 
“I am the Assistant Troop Leader for Troop 770 on Maui.  I just finished taking the Taking Action survey.  It noted that we should send you photos and description of our service projects.

October 18, 2014
We volunteered at the Maui Humane Society.  The girls helped to stuff envelopes for a donation campaign they were working on. 

November 9, 2014
We volunteered to clean up the pumpkin patch at Kula Elementary School.

November 21, 2014
We volunteered at Hope Chapel.  The girls helped pack Operation Christmas Child boxes.  These boxes go all over the world to less fortunate children.

December 20, 2014
The Troop along with Brownie Troop 772 went Christmas Caroling at Hale Mahaolu in Makawao.  They also passed out homemade ornaments that they made at one of our meetings.

January 24, 2015
We volunteered at Trucker's Keiki Fun Day at Grace Bible Church.  The girls ran the coloring station.  All of the colored pictures were then sent to Trucker who was in the hospital.

We have done a lot more service projects this year.  The girls love to volunteer their time to help others.”


Aloha Patch Program
 






Would you like your family and friends on the mainland to learn more about your beautiful state of Hawai’i? Suggest the Aloha Patch program to do with their GS troops!
 
As girls earn the Aloha Patch, they will learn the Hawaiian Language, play games, make a lei, try different recipes, investigate water and endangered species, sing Hawaiian songs, make volcanos, and more!

If you are interested in the Aloha Patch Program, you can purchase the program here. The patch is sold separately.
http://www.girlscoutshop.com/COUNCIL-OWN-MERCHANDISE/HAWAII-PRODUCT-LIST


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Register today and catch the Early Bird price!
 
 
When:                       July 17th – 19th
 
Where:                     Camp Paumalu
 
Price:                          $60   (now - 5:59 pm on June 7)
                                        $70    (June 8th-July 18th)
                                        Day Camper option available!
 
 
Questions?           miuno@girlscouts-hawaii.org

 
                                       

Friday, May 29, 2015


Take Action Survey!


 PLEASE take just a few minutes of your time to fill out this quick survey!  It is meant for those troops who completed at least one community service/take action project this membership year (October 1, 2014 – May 2015).  We know our troops complete many hours of community service, and our goal is to start gathering as much information as we can.  Mahalo! 
 
  

Pacific Aviation Flight School
Sign up today!

Thursday, May 28, 2015

2014-2015 Scout of the Year
Presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars

Autumn Ollice, daughter of Commander Larry Ollice and Marianna Ollice attended the VFW Colonel Horace Hickam
post 970 meeting on May12 and was recognized for being selected as 2014-2015 Scout of the Year by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. She was selected by post 970 for her exemplary dedication to scouting and service to others and her community. She then was selected as the state of Hawaii's scout representative in the national level competition which awards the national winners $5000, $3000, $1000 scholarships.
At the ceremony Autumn spoke about how being a tag-a-long sibling supporting her five older brothers through their trail to Eagle Scout helped prepare her for her journey through Girl Scouting and success with her Gold Award. She loves being a Girl Scout camp counselor and hopes to continue it throughout her life. Her Gold Award project was to bring awareness to the community about safe and proper recycling and she improved the recycling program at the Aloha Stadium adding over 100 recycle barrels and rain run off lids to their inventory.She volunteered with NOAA and Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam setting up recycling awareness booths for Oceanfest and the Earth Day Fair and she invited singer songwriter and environmental activist Jack Johnson to have a cameo in her PSA to be shown on the Jumbotron at the stadium about recycling.

Autumn volunteers often and has earned two President's Volunteer Service Awards, gold level, having logged over 600 hours of service in the past two years. Giving back is very important to Autumn. Attending both Leeward Community College and Radford High School Autumn maintains a 4.4 GPA and hopes to pursue a career in the biomedical engineering field to design cutting edge prosthetic.
 Congratulation Autumn! 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015



What’s a highlight of your scouting experience?

For the graduating Ambassadors of Koko Head Service Unit Troop 617, a highlight of their scouting experience was placing the peace pole at Camp Paumalu.  It started as the culminating take action project for a journey, and is now a constant reminder to all campers to put peace first. 
 

 

Monday, May 25, 2015

Kauai Girl Scouts Give Back!


 The Girl Scouts of Hawai’i Kauai have been very busy in the month of May!  After a successful cookie season, the girls decided they wanted to give back to their community.  Over the course of one weekend they managed to make that goal come to life.
Five girls from the after school leadership programs at Kalaheo and Eleele schools were able to collect more than 325 pounds of food to help feed some of Kauai’s hungry people.  The delivery, made to Kauai Independent Food Bank on May 2nd, will most likely go toward the Keiki Backpack Program, where keiki receive a backpack of healthy food and snacks to carry them through the weekend.
The next day eighteen scouts from Kapaa, Kalaheo, as well as girls from the Kapaa and Wilcox afterschool leadership programs delivered their donation to the Healing Horses Kauai facility in Waialua.  They were able to collect $450 worth of supplies, which included necessities such as feed, shampoo, conditioner, buckets, and rakes. Afterward, girls received instruction on horses, and were even able to feed and water the animals, even getting to paint a horse.  This donation will help Healing Horses continue running their program, which assists in the emotional, physical, mental, and social well-being of Kauai’s youth and disabled community through equine-assisted activities.
 


Friday, May 22, 2015


Will We See You At “Lei of Aloha?”


Troop 1018 at the KITV Morning Show.
Join Kaneohe Service Unit Troop 1018 as they gather the community to sew lei to be placed on the gravesite of our veterans laid to rest at the Hawaii Veteran’s Cemetery.  Sew lei, donate flowers, or simply stop by and say “hi.”
 
 
When:          May 23, 2015 (TOMORROW)
                    10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Where:          Windward Mall (center stage)

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Gift of Caring

 
 
 
 
Our Gift of Caring cookies are being put to work! This week, our girls dropped off 50 cases to the Hawaii USO. Our troops are always so grateful to receive such tasty treats!


 
Many of you have been waiting for a FREE SHIPPING weekend to place your order…well here it is!