Rescheduling for Fall 2015!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, City of Asheville Fire Department is rescheduling this event. As soon as a date is determined, it will be updated on this website.
Usually Girl Scouts learn to build fires. What do you do when it gets out of hand? Make sure you are a part of this exciting experience designed to help girls develop courage, confidence and build character while introducing them to a rescue career field. Try your hand at first aid skills, learn what happens when you call 911 and discover ways to prevent fires. Can you manage a firefighting hose? Try it out. Girls need to know they are smart enough, strong enough and brave enough to pursue a career as a firefighter. Only 3.4% of fire professionals are female. Work side by side with a firefighting professional. Have fun trying to beat that firefighter in the water brigade relay! Firefighters work with water on a daily basis. You might want to bring a change of clothes for the end of the day – there is the possibility of getting wet. The event is sponsored by the City of Asheville Fire Department.
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors (grades 6-12) and troop leaders
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 7, 2015
GIRL FEE: $7
BRING: bag lunch, water bottle, tennis shoes or closed toe shoes, appropriate clothes for the weather, change of clothes in case you get wet
The service centers and shops are closed for the Independence Day holiday.
Do you know of a Triad high school girl who is interested in opportunities to work on an extracurricular team? If so, she might be interested in joining our all girl’s NC FIRST Robotics Team! We are looking for ladies interested in getting a great experience in engineering through robotics! The team is sponsored by GSCP2P and Inmar. Join us for an interest meeting to learn more!
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors
CONTACT: For additional information, please visit www.girlsonfire5679.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Sunshine is a leadership program for girls in grades 8-12. These older Girl Scouts work together as a staff to plan and facilitate an overnight camping experience for younger girls in grades 3-5, whom are not currently Girl Scouts. This REQUIRED orientation will give you an overview of the program, as well as information about how to apply for Camp Sunshine positions. The girl staff expands their leadership and organizational skills while designing and facilitating the program. Camp Sunshine staff are selected by application only and applications are due by October 4, 2015.
If selected, girls must be available to attend the following meetings and trainings to be held at Camp Ginger Cascades: *October 25, November 15, January 24, February 21 – all from 2-4 p.m., as well as a required overnight training March 12-13. The Camp Sunshine event is scheduled for April 15-17, 2016.
Please note, the leadership team will have additional meetings and time obligations.
*These planning meetings are for girls who have applied and been selected to be Camp Sunshine staff for the 2016 Camp Sunshine event.
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors (grades 8-12) and troop leaders
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: None
GIRL FEE: Free
ADULT FEE: Free
BRING: water bottle, pen/pencil, notebook
Discover rock climbing! Join Thrifty Adventures for a half-day introduction to the awesome sport of rock climbing. No experience necessary. During this course you will learn basic knots, climbing techniques, safety practices and checks, as well as climbing terms and lingo.
Please Note: The approach to the climbing area is less then a 1/2 mile on a gravel trail with little change in elevation. There is a short staircase down to the climbing area that is steep. Thrifty Adventures will have guides spotting everyone as they descend the stairs; if needed the guides can carry your bag down the stairs for added safety!
Participants must provide their own transportation to site and must provide their own food and plenty of water. Climbing gear provided by Thrifty Adventures. If the morning session fills, an afternoon session is available. If we happen to fill both sessions, Thrifty Adventures will open the following Sunday. To learn more and access the waiver, please visit Thrifty Adventures.
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors (grades 6-12) and adults
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 3, 2015
BRING: water, snacks, sunscreen, proper footwear (hiking/athletic shoes)
Please note: Bring an appropriate back pack to carry gear, food and water. All climbers must be “hands-free” for hiking to and from climbing locations (string bags are not good for this type of activity).
Love horses!? Are you 13 or turning 13 anytime this school year? Come and join us at the barn for our Riding Instructor-In-Training program. You will learn how to take care of and handle the Circle C horses and learn how to lead and assistant teach for our troop programs. This training is mandatory for anyone wishing to join the RIIT program; there will be no riding this day. If you can’t make this date, please contact Circle C.
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors (grades 6-12; ages 13 or older)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: None
GIRL FEE: Free
BRING: bag lunch, water bottle, long pants and suitable clothing for the weather, closed-toe footwear for working outside and with horses