It’s hard to believe, but Tuesday is the first day of October ! Being Girl Scouts, who are always prepared, prepare yourself for the upcoming month with… Girl Scouting in October.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month so talk with the Girl Scouts in your Troop about bullying. What is it that you consider bullying? How does it make you feel? How can you prevent bullying? Bullying prevention could become the topic of a Take Action project.
October 1 is the first day that Girl Scouts from Nassau County can sell product for the Mags&Munchies Fall Product Program. Through the Mags&Munchies program, Girl Scouts learn skills such as Decision Making, Money Management and Goal Setting.
High School Seniors who intend to complete a Gold Award Project must file their Proposal with Council by October 1.
On October 1 through October 4, tell us about what you are looking forward to most this upcoming Girl Scout year. You can tell us on Facebook or Twitter by using the hashtag #ICantWaitTo. Maybe event make a posted showing us what you are looking forward to and post it on Facebook.
Are you a new Daisy leader looking for something fun to do with your new Daisies? Join us on October 15 or October 24 at the beautiful Bailey Arboretum for an outdoor fall adventure with GSNC’s Between Earth and Sky program. We’ll talk about skills the girls already have, learn about observation skills as we take a nature hike, and create a nature craft to take home.
October 31 is Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthday 153rd birthday. Host a birthday party and sing to Juliette. Girl Scouts can learn all about Juliette G. Low’s history with GSUSA’s The Story of Juliette Gordon Low. Visit the GSNC Resource Room for a Juliette Low Ceremony>>