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Are you looking for cookies, it may be a few extra boxes or cases you need. Do you have extra cookies? Check out our Service Unit cookie swap spreadsheet. This is a Google doc, simply put your information in the “I Need” or “I Have” column including number and flavor of cookies and your contact information.
Thanks to Our Volunteers
Girl Scout volunteers make a difference in a girl’s life. We appreciate your help planning and leading events for Bloomington girls. Thank you!
This year we’re asking each troop to volunteer 2-3 hours to help at our Service Unit level. Email us to learn more about our many open positions!
February 27, 2015 CAMPOREE REGISTRATION DEADLINE
More details on the CAMPOREE page.
Camporee Adult/Leader Mandatory Meeting
March 9 (7:30-8:30pm) – OR – Thursday, March 12 (7:00-8:00pm)
Christ the King Church 8600 Fremont Ave. S. , Bloomington, MN
This is a mandatory meeting for at least 1 adult attending camporee from your troop.
You will receive detailed information on camp layout, sleeping assgnments, activites, meals, and any addition, changes and updates.
May 1 -3 Camporee, Camp Lakamaga
Come for the weekend or come for the day. This is an opportunity to meet Girl Scouts from the Bloomington Service Unit. More details coming on registeration, activities and details.
May 31 – Bloomington 9 Mile Bridging Ceremony
6:00 – 7:30 Christ the King Lutheran Church, 8600 Fremont Ave S
All Bloomington Girl Scout Bridging/awards event. If your Girl Scouts are bridging (or bridged late) and/or earned their Bronze, Silver or Gold award in the past year, we want to honor them! More information to come!
August 28 – August 30 Weekend of Service at Camp Lakamaga
Who: All Brownies to Ambassadors along with their leaders and other adults
Cost: Just for the Saturday $15 per girl
Overnight(s) – $20 per girl
Adults – $5 per person
Fees include: food, patch, lodging and program What will we be doing for service? Everyone will participate in helping clean up camp after a summer of resident camp. Possible clean-up projects: cleaning trails and buildings, painting, fixing equipment. More details on the Lakamaga Weekend flyer.