Save the Dates!

Saturday, Sept. 13: Leader 411 at Floris United Methodist Church

3:30-4:00 pm Check-in
4:00-4:15 pm Opening
4:15-6:00 pm Exhibits

Come and learn about:

  • Local programs for Girl Scouts
  • Journeys
  • Camping
  • This year’s Fall Product Sales
  • This year’s Cookie Sales
  • Girl Scout Awards
  • Girl Scout Destinations program
  • Council Program Kits
  • SHARE

Also at the event, you can:

  • Purchase an Association 51 patch ($2 each)
  • Exchange your Girl Scout stuff with others
  • Pick up leader paperwork needed for the new year

Sept. 17: SU Meeting at 7 p.m. Floris Elementary School

Please join us in celebrating Anne’s new position as SU 51-5’s SUM!

 

SU 51-7 Girl and Adult Recognition
& Bridging Ceremonies
Monday June 9

 

Doors open: 5:45 pm
Recognitions: 6:00-7:00 pm
Bridging Ceremony: 7:00-7:45 pm
Refreshments: 7:45 – 8:00 pm
Clean-up: 8:00 – 8:30 pm

RECOGNITIONS
This year, in addition to adult volunteers, we will be recognizing Girl Scouts who have earned the metal awards (Bronze, Silver and Gold). We also will be recognizing Girl Scouts who are graduating high school seniors.

BRIDGING
This will be a multi-level bridging ceremony where all Girl Scouts present are able to participate. In fact, the girls not bridging have very important roles in this ceremony. The non-bridging Girl Scouts have the opportunity to be a part of the release/greet groups, and read a charge or escort a bridging GS.

PLEASE LET US KNOW BY MAY 31
IF YOU WILL BE ATTENDING BY FILLING OUT THE ONLINE FORM

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Instructions for Bridging Ceremony

Girls should wear their current uniform, and if possible, bridging girls should have their new level uniform.

Non-bridging girls will form a horseshoe at end of the bridge and will welcome new GS to their level and bid farewell to those moving up. These volunteers will act as escorts who will assist with doffing of old uniform and donning of new uniform, and as charge readers who will read aloud a poem.  We need at least one reader per level bridging.

Click here for the official Girl Scout dress code policy for girls and adults. 

No girl will be restricted from participating; however, if possible, have the girls wear white/khaki with their uniform.

 

Annual SU 51-7 Yard Sale May 3

yard sale

Come to the Annual SU 51-7 Girl Scout YARD SALE!

Hosted by Junior Troop 4102

All proceeds from the sale will go to support SHARE, a program

that offers the opportunity for all girls to participate in Girl Scouting.

 

Saturday, May 3, 2014

(rain date will be May 4)

Time: 8:00am to 12:00pm

Location:  Pinecrest Pool & Tennis Club Parking Lot

(On the corner of Pinecrest Road and Fox Mill Road)

 

Lemonade and Pastries will be on sale too!

 

Donations of your unwanted items are most welcome. 

Items should be delivered to the Yard Sale site between 

6:30am and 7:30am on the day of the Sale.

You do not need to price your items. 

They will be separated out and priced by categories.

 

Spread the word to your family, friends and neighbors!

Come on out to support Girl Scouts!

 

Need a Bridging Activity with a Senior GS Troop?

From Troop Leader Margie Hodas-Walsh:

Senior GS Troop 3610 is inviting Cadette GS troops to attend part of their meetings if they need a Bridging Activity.  We meet Monday nights 6:45-8:30pm.  We meet at individual homes so I will need to coordinate w/ the host Senior GS parent.  We have 3 more meetings left, 3/31, 4/28, & 5/19.

Click here to contact Margie Hodas-Walsh.  

Thank you to all who made the SHARE American Girl Event a success!

The March 1 American Girl event benefiting SHARE was a HUGE success,thanks to coordinator and SU SHARE Manager Tina Anderson!

The girls all had a fabulous time with pre-event activities led by Tamara Siegfried, followed by an awesome session making a bed for their dolls with Devon O’Neal of Cupcakes and Lace! They capped the evening with an American Girl movie before sleeping overnight at Firefly Lodge.

Great work, Tina!!!

EVENT COMMITTEE:
Tina Anderson
Jessica Peristere
Amy Larrick
Tamara Siegfried
Therese Howe
Elizabeth James
Vanessa Roselle

CRAFTS:
Devon O’Neal from Cupcakes and Lace

RAFFLE DONORS:
American Girl Doll Store – Tysons Corner
Michael’s Craft Store – Reston, VA
Anne Parrish
Christine Hancher
Jessica Peristere
Devon O’Neal
Tina Anderson
Therese Howe

DINNER:
Carrabba’s – Centreville VA – for the spaghetti, salad and bread
Papa John’s – Fox Mill Shopping Center – for the generously discounted pizzas

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