Saturday, October 18, 2014

October 18, 2014



I Can’t Wait to…

Open Events: Please register through the GSH Calendar




I Can’t Wait to Share…..

Reyna Kaneko, Interim CEO at 2014 Girl Scout Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah with the representatives from Little Brownie Baker – Kit is the Sales Representative, Donna from Bakery and Susan with Operations.








18 cadettes attended the Pacific Aviation Museum Women in Aviation Workshop on October 11, 2014.  Thank you to the wonderful volunteers and staff at the museum.  








Thursday, October 16, 2014

October 16, 2014



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Open Events: Please register through the GSH Calendar
*   STEM Fest



I Can’t Wait to Meet My Girl Scout Sisters…

Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Troop #33139 from Salinas, California will be in Hawaii in June 2016.  The California Central Coast Council troop would like to correspond with a similar troop in Hawaii including a visit with the troop in Honolulu in June 2016.  Please contact Larae Lindsey.

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December 13 & 20, Saturday
Hawaii Ballet Theatre’s Annual “Nutcracker for Girl Scouts”
Leeward Community College Theatre, 2 p.m. matinees
Reserved especially for Girl Scouts. Welcome the holidays with Hawaii Ballet Theatre’s renowned version of The Nutcracker ballet. This is a grand, magical spectacle, with a cast of more than a hundred dancers and guest artists from all over the world, which has been enchanting audiences at Leeward Community College Theater year after year.  Parties of 15 or more (Girl Scouts, their families and friends -- adults and kids) can buy their tickets through their troop leader for $18 each – the lowest available price. Following the shows the audience is invited to a free Sugarplum Tea with Santa, where you can enjoy punch and tea sandwiches while meeting the dancers in costume. Complete and mail the form to: HBT, P.O. BOX 10486, HONOLULU, HI 96816. Or fax it to 537-2559, or scan and email it to: tickets@hbtnut.org. Orders must be received with full payment by December 5, 2014. Call 738-5141 for more information.

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On October 4 Honolulu East Troops Daisy 873, Brownie 675 and Juniors 899 enjoyed a fun evening together with their families to cheer on the University of Hawaii Wahine Volleyball team in their victory against UC Irvine.  The scouts saw how athletes must be courageous, strong and use teamwork to be successful!   After the game the troops attended an autograph session with the UH players. 




Saturday, October 11, 2014

October 11, 2014



I Can’t Wait to…
 
Open Events: please register through the GSH Calendar



I Can’t Wait to Meet My Girl Scout Sisters

Troop 1749 Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Council located in St. Louis, Missouri would like to have brownies in Hawaii be there pen pals.  Troop 1749 are made up of  3rd grade girls between 8 and 9 years old  at St. Gerard Majella Elementary School.  The girls are focusing on gaining confidence in themselves through trying and learning new things, sharing their skills with others in need, and learning more about the outdoors through monthly hiking adventures and camping outdoors.  St. Louis is celebrating our 250th year anniversary and would like to share the wonderful things they’re learning about their city with other girls their age, as well as learn the history of other places around the United States.  Please contact Amy Gagnepain.

Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan in Lansing, Michigan looking for Brownie and Junior Troops to have pen pals in Hawaii.  Please contact Gabrielle Callaway.

Brownie Troop 44539 from Eyota, Minnesota (Whitewater Service Unit in Girl Scouts River Valleys Council) would like a pen pal troop from Hawaii.   11 3rd grade girls are excited to find pen-pals from Hawaii that they can exchange letters with.  Troop meets once a month and would like to exchange hand written letters (not email) through the US Postal Service.  The troop is working on the "Wonders of Water" journey this year. Please contact Anne Ryg.
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Girl Scouts of Hawaii is in the News:  Girl Scouts of Hawaii has received a $92,500 grant from NOAA Bay Watershed Education and Training grant for its Wonders of Water STEM leadership program. Beginning in early November, this program will help girls understand how water, the world’s most precious resource, and the environment impact each other.

I Can’t Wait to Take a Bite…..

2015 Cookie Entrepreneur Training Oct. 15th!
Please REGISTER NOW at:   Cookie Entrepreneur Training




Complete the 4 modules of training. Print out your completion certificates after taking the 4 quizzes, bring the certificates with you to training and earn a FREE Cookie Clipboard!!

Tuesday, October 7, 2014



Notice

The office will be closed on Friday, October 10, 2014 between 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. due to Cookie Training.  We will re-open from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

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October 21, 22 and 23
DARE TO PREPARE - National Teen Driver Safety Week

AAA Hawaii and Honolulu Police Department are providing a free program to raise awareness among teens and parents on reducing teen crashes. 

  • The program targets pre-permit drivers ages 13-16 and their parents to help prepare for driving.

  • A free and fun interactive program including educational games, activities and videos to teach parents and teens about the risks and responsibilities of driving and provides take home tool and resources.

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Soroptimist Violet Richardson Award
Are you between the ages of 14-17 who volunteers in your community or organization?  Do you see challenges instead of obstacles?  Hope instead of despair? If you are a young woman who believes in the power of volunteer action, then you may be eligible to receive a Soroptimist Violet Richardson Award. The deadline to submit completed applications for the Violet Richardson Award is December 1, 2014.

I Can’t Wait to Meet My Girl Scout Sisters

6th Formby Methodist Brownies Celebrating 50 Years
This troop from North-West England hopes to connect with as many groups around the world as possible and exchange information about Guiding in other countries. A commemorative badge was made for the 50 year celebration and would love to exchange badges with a troop from Hawaii. Please contact the Owls from 6th Formby Methodist Brownies.