Upcoming deadlines & registration openings
Healthy Lunchtime Challenge for Keiki
2014 Hawai`i Food and Wine Festival 's HMAA presents Keiki in the Kitchen
September 6, 2014
Deadline: August 10, 2014
JOIN THE CHALLENGE! Submit your very own HEALTHY, ORIGINAL,
AFFORDABLE, DELICIOUS and MEANINGFUL recipe that features at least one LOCALLY-GROWN INGREDIENT.
Th e top three recipes will be selected and fi nalists will prepare their recipe live at the at the
For entry and more contest details, click here.
The Mental Health Awareness Patch objectives are to educate Girl Scouts about the brain and its influence on thoughts, feelings, and behavior, and through that knowledge, increase awareness and understanding of mental illness. Through education we can change perceptions and reduce the stigma of mental illness.
The Mental Health Awareness Patch was created and is supported by the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF). The non-profit IBPF is a San Diego-based group founded by parents of bipolar children and teens.
Their mission is to eliminate Bipolar Disorder through the advancement of research; to promote and enhance care and support services; and erase associated stigma through public education.
Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, and Seniors/Ambassadors can earn the patch. Click here for a packet with activity ideas appropriate for each age group.
Once earned, the Patch is provided for free by IBPF
If requested, a volunteer will work directly with service units and individual troops.
For more information contact: Ashley at 858-764-2496 or
New: Daisy Day Camp at Paumalu
9:00am to 11:00am
Calling all Daisies! Come join us for DAISY DAY at Camp Paumalu! Discover Herb’s garden, the parts of a plant, what does a plant need to grow! This is the perfect program to support the Daisy Flower Garden and Between Earth and Sky Journeys
Cost: $7 per girl and adults FREE
Friday, 8/15 to Saturday 8/16
New: PCCS JT Training 2014
At-Camp and In-Town
5:00pm to 3:00pm
Train and become a JT leader! Attend this leadership workshop for older PCCS Pas to help plan, organize and lead the upcoming PCCS Training Camp during the Labor Day weekend and beyond. Open to Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts (must be a sophomore or older.
Cost: $25 per girl and $10 per adult
Registration opens July 14th
New Leader Training
Girl Scout Council Office
New leaders who haven’t completed Girl Scout Welcome, Basics, and Journey trainings must complete this training. Please RSVP by July 25th by contacting Erica Becerrada via email or phone 808-675-5534.
*Attendees are welcome to bring a brown bag dinner and their own snacks.
New Leader Training
Girl Scout Council Office
New leaders who haven’t completed Girl Scout Welcome, Basics, and Journey trainings must complete this training. Please RSVP by August 1st by contacting Erica Becerrada via email or phone 808-675-5534.
*Attendees are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch and their own snacks.
Program Aide 1 (PA): Core Training 1
Strengthen your leadership skills and learn how you can share your expertise and knowledge of Girl Scouting with others by becoming a Program Aide. Girls who completed the 6th grade and above, who are interested in working with Troops or groups at events or day camps are invited to participate in this beginner’s level Program Aide training.
*Each girl is required to submit a completed Girl Health Information for Council Programs Form at check-in. Click here for the form. Do not use the Girl Health History form.
*All participants should bring a bottle with water. Snacks will be provided.
The Country Unites To Support Finding a Cure for Epilepsy
On Saturday, July 26th from 9am to 11am. GS troops 2026 and 122 will host a Lemonade for Livy stand at Quick Field on Pearl Harbor during the MWR youth Soccer games. Lemonade for Livy was created by Livy’s Hope, an organization whose mission is to support children with medical needs and their families. All proceeds will benefit the Epilepsy Foundation (www.epilepsy.com) and their goal to find a cure for epilepsy. The intent of the campaign is to turn the country purple (the color of epilepsy awareness) by holding at least one lemonade event in each state.
Lemonade for Livy was inspired by nine year old Olivia Scheinman who has had severe epilepsy since birth. Although she cannot walk or talk, she has incited a movement of children and families coming together from around the United States to raise money for epilepsy research. Her twin sister Hailey leads the charge from Clearwater, FL and motivates people to get involved through her Facebook videos (facebook.com/LivysHope). Hailey says, “I will do anything to help Livy and I think everything is possible if you believe in it. We need a cure so my sister and everyone else with epilepsy can live in peace.”
GS Troops 2026 and 122 are holding a stand because we know people in our own community, schools and troops affected by epilepsy and want to be able to say “we are hope!”
Lemonade for Livy is about working as a team to bring hope to those with epilepsy and their families. It is about making a difference in the lives of others and inspiring change.
Groups from across the country will work as one, speaking with a unified voice, to make significant progress toward finding a cure.
Epilepsy is a disorder that affects more than three million people in the United States and 65 million people worldwide. 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy over the course of their life. The disorder affects more people than multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's combined yet receives fewer federal dollars per patient than each of these.
For more information about the GS Troops 2026 and 122 Lemonade for Livy stand, please contact Natasha Hodges at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about Livy's Hope, please visit www.LivysHope.com.
The Tooth Fairy Patch Program
The Tooth Fairy Patch Program allows Girl Scouts across each of the six age groups to learn about oral health, become advocates for access to quality dental care, and develop leadership skills. To earn a Tooth Fairy Patch, a Girl Scout participates in at least one activity from three different leadership categories. For more information,
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Recent programs and events
Daisy /Brownie Troop 590 did "A World of Good" with our cookie sales this year! Our girls set out with a goal to put together 18 celebration boxes for kids in the Hospital, one for each girl in our troop at the time. A Celebration box is a plastic shoe box filled with party items like themed plates, napkins, cups, and party favors along with some fun things to brighten the child's day. The hospital staff at the Kapiolani play room will use these boxes instead of boring costco plates to make a birthday, last day of chemo, or hero of the day party more special for the kids. These boxes allow them to customize the party a little bit more than they may have otherwise. Making them priceless. As you can see from the photos not only were we able to put together far more than our goal. The girls out together 47 boxes! During cookie booth sales many people were on diets or had diabetes but still wanted to help support our troop, they were able to buy a box and we set it aside to be delivered to the Hospital as well. 1/4 of those boxes were hand delivered by the girls who attended today's event to the nurses of the pediatric ward with a bid thank you for all that they do. The rest will be given to families of critically ill children by the Ronald McDonald family room staff over the next weeks. Total number of cookie boxes donated was 111 boxes!
If your troop or Service Unit has something it would like to share in a future blog post, please contact Janelle Harkness at email@example.com