Service Unit 311 Bainbridge Island
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Girl Scouts of Bainbridge Island, WA welcomes all girls from K-12 grade to become Scouts. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Service Unit 311 provides leader and troop support for Bainbridge Island scouts and is part of the Peninsula region of Girl Scouts of Western Washington. We provide information about Girl Scouts, recruit new adult volunteers and form new troops.Find out about Girl Scouts (GS) during its Fall Information Night on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, 6:30-8 :00 PM at Yeomalt Cabin, 900 Park Avenue NE. The purpose of this event is to educate parents about the GS program, find adult volunteers, and form new troops. Girls K - 12th grade and their siblings are encouraged to attend. Adults will meet in the cabin. Adult volunteers and scouts will speak about the GS goals & mission, volunteer opportunities, and enrollment. Cadette (middle school) & Senior (high school) Girl Scouts will be available to answer questions. Prospective scouts will be hosted by older scouts in the classroom and outside grassy area, weather permitting. They will learn GS games, songs, & crafts. Although we will cover how to join existing troops, the best way to ensure your daughter membership in a troop is to attend this event. Troops will be formed after the Q&A period.
During the school year, we hold leader meetings monthly every 4th Thursday, 7 - 8 PM, at Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church. Typically, we hold 2 service unit wide camping weekends a year. Every August, the service unit also hosts a week long day camp at a local area park.
For more information about joining scouts, forming a troop, or volunteering, please contact the GSWW Peninsula Office at email@example.com.
Please feel welcome to attend any of our monthly leader meetings to find out more about what you can do to make a difference in a young girl's life today!