Monday, November 30, 2009

Cookie University Tuesday Night, Dec. 1

Cookie University will be held for all Troops Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. at Plymouth Church, off Edgell Road. Leaders MUST contact Helena so the Troop's bag will be ready. All new Troops and new Cookie Moms must stay for the estimated one-hour presntation. For additional information visit the Yahoo leader group board or contact your Troop leader.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Holiday Sing-a-long & Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec. 4th

The Town will hold its annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, Dec. 4th at 6 p.m. The Girl Scouts have been invited to perform a holiday sing-along in anticipation of Santa's arrival. Before the Service Unit of Framingham Girl Scouts will accept the invitation, the service unit is trying to gauge how many Troops and Scouts plan to participate.
If your Troop would like to participate, or if there are a few girls in your Troop, whom would like to participate, please e-mail on the Yahoo Leader Group, the Troop #, # of Scouts, name of leader whom will be present, first-aider whom will be present, etc..

After the Scout Sing-along, the Girl Scouts likely will sing a song with Santa and then Santa will light the Framingham Christmas Tree. Afterwards, Scouts and families are invited to go inside Town Hall for hot cocoa and treats; and listen to the all-elementary school band concert.

Please direct any questions or concerns to the Yahoo Leader Group.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Aquarium Overnight for Juniors on Jan 8-9

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts is hosting a special Overnight for Junior Scouts at the New England Aquarium on Jan 8-9 from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Juliette Scouts in grades 4 & 5 may also register.
What better way to learn about strange and fascinating animals and their underwater world! Junior Scouts will spend the evening participating in hands-on science experiments and art activities, then enjoy a snack and bed down to sleep in an exhibit.
The following morning, after continental breakfast, they'll discover the rest of the Aquarium before it opens to the public. They can hear a Giant Ocean Tank Talk or have a guided tide pool experience. Participants are invited to spend the rest of the day exploring the Aquarium.
Each Scout will receive an overnight patch for FREE admission into the Aquarium any day during the calendar year on the patch (wear the patch!)
Troop volunteers are required to attend with their troop, at just the required Safety-Wise ratios of 2 adults for the first 5 girls and 1 adult per additional 5 girls. Juliette and individual scouts must register with an adult.
Registration deadline is when the event fills up or on or before Dec. 8.
Registration fee is $54 per Scout and $54 for Troop leaders and adult volunteers.
To register, visit the Council Web site, and click on programs.

Cadette "Kerry O. Key" Program in Acton on Jan. 8

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts is offering a "Kerry O. Key" program for Cadette Scouts on Jan 8 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Acton Congregational Church at 12 Concord Road. This program is also open to Juliette Scouts in grades 6-7-8.
Program info: If you LOVE American Idol and you love to be challenged this is the program for YOU! Choose a song from the book, create a performance and sing your face off during this team oriented karaoke challenge!
Registration is $10.50 per Scout. Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
To register visit the Council Web site, and click on programs.

Astronomy Overnight in Worcester on Jan 29-30 for Brownie Scouts

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts, in conjunction with Broad Meadow Brook in Worcester, is offering a special Astronomy Overnight program for Brownies on Friday, Jan 29 from 6:30 p.m. to Saturday, Jan. 30 at 8:45 a.m. Juliette Scouts in grades 2 & 3 may also register with an adult or parent.
The winter months are the perfect time to explore the night skies. Earn your Space Explorer Try-It while participating in fun astronomy activities, then take a night hike on the grounds of the sanctuary.
This program is set up for small troops looking for an overnight experience with an outdoor component.
Note: If your group is larger than 15, contact Broad Meadow Brook to set up your own date (other topics and Try-Its are available).
Trained overnight leader and first aider required with each group.
Try-Its can be purchased separately at the Council store.
Event #: 4600
Registration cost is $16 per Brownie and $16 per Leader and or adult/parent.
Registration is limitedto 40 people and will close when that number is reached or on or before Dec. 31.
To register, Contact Broad Meadow Brook. Ask for Martha, at 508-753-6087 x22 or e-mail

Rock Overnight on Dec. 12-13 CANCELLED

Monday, November 16, 2009

Council Offers Babysitting Course in Waltham on Saturday, Dec. 5

NOTE: Course filled as of 11/19/09 at 5 p.m.
Babysitting is an awesome way for Scouts to learn the responsibilities of caring for others and earn extra cash. This excellent training event includes instruction on First Aid, safety precautions, child development, emergency procedures, age-appropriate activities, etc. Cadette, Senior & Ambassador Scouts will receive a certificate and a patch upon completion. Bring a doll or teddy bear for hands on practice and a bag lunch.
Juliette Scouts in grades 6-12 may also register.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council is offering this special program at camp Cedar Hill in Waltham from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 5.
Registration fee is $21 per Scout. Leaders and adult chaperones are free. Individual Scouts must come with a chaperone.
To register, visit the Council Web site and click on programs.

Party Like A Princess Event in Tewksbury on Saturday, Dec. 5

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council is hosting a Party Like a Princess event in the Tewksbury area on Saturday, Dec 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. This event is for Brownie Scouts and Juliette Scouts in grades 2 & 3. It’s girly, it’s glamorous, it’s a party -- like a princess. Come dressed to impress and we’ll do the rest! Individual Scouts must have a guardian attend with them. Safety-wise rules apply to Troops. Adults are expected to help.
Registration is $8 per Brownie. Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
To register, visit the Council Web site, and click on programs.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Council Offering Jungle Safari program in Framingham for Brownies

Jungle Safari: Put on your safari hats and get ready to explore the world! Can you handle going to Africa? What about Costa Rica? Go from country to country, greating the wildlife and the people. Enjoy music and crafts from around the world!
This special Brownie Scout program, offered by Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council, will be held Friday night, Dec. 11 from 6 to 8:30 at First Parish Church, 24 Vernon Street in Framingham.
Juliette (and individual) Scouts in grades 2 & 3 may also register. Troops and individual Scout may register. Safety-wise rules apply to Troop registrations. A guardian or parent must attend with an individual or Juliette Scout. Adults are expected to help.
Registration is $10 per Brownie. Adults are free.
Registration deadline is Nov. 20 or when the event fills up.
To register, visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council Web site, and click on programs.

Snowshoe Program Offered for Junior or Older Scout Level in Waltham

Explore camp in the winter on snowshoes!
Learn how to make your way through the snow while exploring natural wonders of the outdoors. Finish up at the lodge with some hot cocoa. This program, offered by the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council, is dependent on snow conditions.
Groups of 6-24 Scouts allowed. Scouts must be Junior level or older.
Program is offered Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 4-5:30 from Dec. 1 through March 18th. The cost is $75 for up to 12 and $120 for 13-24 girls.
Registration deadline is 4 weeks prior to program. Blackout dates include: Dec, 12-31 and Feb. 16-18. The program will beheld at camp Cedar Hill in Waltham.
Due to the nature of this program's flexible dates, the Outdoor Adventure Series can not be registered for via the Council Web site. Please submit the Outdoor Adventure Series Request Form via mail or fax. For additional information or with questions, please contact a program director at the Council.

Mad Science Program at Northeastern University CANCELLED

The "Mad Scientists" program, which was to be held at Northeastern University, this Saturday, Nov. 21, has been cancelled. The event, sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council was to have been an interactive science workshop, where Brownies could perform experiments and watch demonstrations that make science come to life.

Create-A-Cook in Norton on Dec. 11 is FULL

Wheelock Family Theatre Workshop for Juniors on Dec. 5

Wheelock Family Theatre Workshop: Each workshop includes 3 classes, and all Junior Scouts will participate in each workshop. Junior Scouts will learn twice as many drama skills as required for theatre badges!
Program questions can be directed to Jennifer Van Buren at 978-689-8015.
Movement and Mime: make people see invisible things!
Vocal Technique: use your voice in many different ways!
Acting and Improv: create characters of all kinds!
The special program is for Junior or Juliette Scouts in grades 4&5 only. The program will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 8:45 a.m. to noon at Wheelock Family Theatre, 200 The Riverway, in Boston.
Safety-wise rules apply. Registration is $36 per Scout. Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
Registration is available through the Council Web site, by clicking on programs.

Council Coco Key Event CANCELLED

The Coco Key event on Friday, Nov. 20 has been cancelled by Council.
For additional information visit:

Friday, November 13, 2009

Brownie Swim Safety Program on January 9th in Worcester

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council is offering a Swim Safety program on Saturday, Jan. 9 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the YWCA in Worcester for Brownie Scouts. Juliette Scouts in grades 2 & 3 also may register.
Program info: Looking for a fun way to introduce your Girl Scout Brownies to Water Safety? Brownies will work in small groups to review and learn water safety and swimming skills. The afternoon begins with one half-hour on "dry land," with water safety activities, games and role-playing. Then, the Brownies move to the pool and rotate through 4 stations where they'll develop and practice swimming, water safety, rescue, and synchronized swimming skills. Free swim time is also included in the program.
Event #: 4580
The program is limited to a maximum of 40 Brownies. Registration is ongoing until all slots are filled. Registration is $5 per Scout and does NOT included a participation patch. Adults and leaders are free, and do NOT need to wear swimsuits or go into the pool.
To register contact Patty Flanagan at 508-767-2505 x3021 or

Cosmetics Program for Cadette Scouts in Rowley

Program update: 11/19 Program filled!
Cool Cosmetics: Create your own lotion, shampoo and perfume!
Learn tips and tricks from people in the industry at this special program offered by the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council on Dec. 4 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Camp Pennacook in Rowley. This program is for Cadette Scouts or Juliette Scouts in grades 6-7-8.
Registration fee is $9 per Scout. Registration is closing soon.
Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
To register, visit the Council Web site, and click on programs.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Rockin' Overnight at Central Rock Gym in Worcester on Dec. 12-13

Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts Council is hosting a Rockin' overnight at the Central Rock Gym in Worcester for Brownies & Junior Scouts or Juliette Scouts in grades 2-3-4-5. The event starts at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12 and ends at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 13.
Event info: You'll have a rockin' good time at this fantastic rock-wall gym on an overnight full of memorable climbing and other fun adventures! There is 14,000 square feet of climbing area for climbers of all levels and plenty of room for your sleeping bags on the padded floors. As the girls learn to climb, there will be climbing races, a super-fun rope swing, bouldering, and more. Pizza dinner and a light breakfast is included.
Trained overnight leader and first aider required with each group.
Event #: 4560
Registration cost is $50 per Scout and $13 per leader and adult chaperone.
Registration closes on Dec. 1 or when 40 Scouts have registered.
Troops can register online by completing the GSCWM registration form.
Visit the Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts Council Web site and click on Programs.

Group Rates Available for Disney on Ice in Boston on Dec. 26th

There are group tickets available for the Saturday, Dec. 26 7 p.m. show for Disney on Ice. Tickets are $15.50 plus $5 surcharge per order (not per ticket).
Troop leaders should contact Brianna at 617-624-1822 or (
Small troops could join together to qualify for the group rate.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

NEW Volunteer Recognitions Announced by Council

EASTERN MA COUNCIL NEWS: With the Girl Scout year underway, volunteers are hard at work providing quality programs.
Take a moment to help Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts and the Service Unit recognize volunteers who go above and beyond the job description by nominating volunteers for the adult recognition awards.
At the Council level volunteers can earn the Appreciation Pin, Honor Pin, Thanks Badge, and Thanks Badge II, while Service Units can be awarded the President’s Award. Service Units can award the Outstanding Volunteer and Outstanding Leader awards.

This year GSEM has created 3 new recognitions:
* Green and Growing - for outstanding new volunteers;
* Sustained Service Award - for volunteers who continue to provide the same excellent service year after year
* Make New Friends Certificate – a recognition to give thanks to community organizations that support local Girl Scouts.

More information will be available on the Eastern Massachusetts Council Web site soon.
In the meantime the nomination forms are available in the Resources and Forms library on the website under Awards, Volunteer Recognition Nomination and Volunteer Recognition Endorsement.
The deadline for nominations is January 8, 2010.
Green and Growing Pin Design Contest
The Green & Growing Pin will be awarded to adults who have been troop volunteers for less than 2 years and have already exemplified the qualities of an outstanding troop volunteer.
The contest is open to all registered adults in Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.
The design can include up to three colors and will be reproduced on a 1” enamel pin.
Entries should be received electronically and in full color.
Entries are due by Tuesday December 1, 2009 to in order to be considered by our Adult Recognitions Committee.
Click on this link for more information.

Eastern Massachusetts Council Now on Facebook

Leaders are invited to join the group at

As of tonight, there are already 599 fans.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Nutcracker Performances by Dance Prism between Nov. 29 & Dec. 20

Dance Prism offers Girl Scouts and their leaders an opportunity to experience a special afternoon of ballet and fun at performances of The Nutcracker.
Families of Scouts are also welcome to attend.
Daisies and Brownies are treated to a pre-performance demonstration in the auditorium where they learn details about the costuming, makeup and scenery of the production.
Juniors and older Scouts may participate in a Scout-oriented backstage tour focusing on the technical parts of a theatrical production such as lighting, scenery, and props (limited availability).
All Scouts will receive a Dance Prism Nutcracker Patch designed especially for them.
Last year, more than 1,750 Scouts of all ages and their families attended last season’s production!
Scout groups (minimum 5 Scouts and one adult) are given generous ticket discounts and best seating available at time of registration.
All seats are reserved; registration is accepted until the performance sells out.
Scout prices: $12 Scouts, $18 adults
Regular prices: $16 children & seniors, $22 adults
For information and to make reservations, contact Jackie Welham at
Performances are:
* Bristol Community College, fall River on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 1 and 5 p.m.
* Lincoln-Sudbury High School on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 1 and 5 p.m.
* Little Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m.
* Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 1 and 5 p.m.
* The Collins Center in Andover on Dec. 19 at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2:30 p.m.
For additional information visit,

Friday, November 6, 2009

Gold E. Locks Program FULL

Program INFO:

Jungle Safari in Waltham on Dec. 6th for Brownies

Jungle Safari: Put on your safari hats and get ready to explore the world! Can you handle going to Africa? What about Costa Rica? Go from country to country, greating the wildlife and the people. Enjoy music and crafts from around the world! Leaders and adults are expected to help.
This workshop will be held at Camp Cedar Hill in Waltham on Sunday, Dec. 6th from 1 to 3:30 p.m. The workshop fee is $10 per Brownie. Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
Registration is deadline is Nov. 23 or when the workshop fills.
Juliette Scouts in grades 2 & 3 may also register.
To Register, visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council Web site and click on programs.

Brownie Nutcracker Ballet Workshop FULL

Boston Ballet School will present a lively, interactive overview of the dance world and the history of dance, training, choreography, and equipment.
Each workshop will feature a behind-the-scenes look at Boston Ballet productions, including real costumes and footwear from the costume shop, and photos and videos to bring ballet to life. Lecturers will intersperse factual information with entertaining anecdotes from their own performing careers.
The girls will learn a few steps to music so they can experience the fun of dancing together. Workshops DO NOT include tickets to performances.
Boston Ballet offers Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council group discounts of up to 50%.
Leaders may purchase group tickets, by calling 617-456-6343.
The Nutcracker Brownie workshop is Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Workshop price is $11 for Brownies and $11 for leaders & adults.
The work shop is at the Boston Ballet, 19 Clarendon St., Boston, MA 02116

Destinations Event for Cadette, Senior, & Ambassador Scouts in Waltham on Dec. 7th

Destinations: Get Going. Girl Scout Destinations are the chance of a lifetime -- trips to exciting places, where girls explore their interests and make life-long friends. Hear from girls who have already experienced a Destinations adventure, and get the answers to your questions about applying for and financing a trip.
The workshop will be at Camp Cedar Hill in Waltham on Dec. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The workshop is for Cadette and older Scout levels. Juliette Scouts grades 6-12 may also register.
Registration fee is $0 for Scouts, leaders, & adult chaperones.
To pre-register visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Web site, and click on programs.

Gold Award Orientation in Stow on Dec. 8th

Gold Award Orientation: Get Smart. Girls and adults are encouraged to attend orientation before beginning to work on the Gold Award. At this workshop, on Dec. 8th Scouts will learn about the process and get tips to move forward. Girl Scouts USA's new guidelines will be discussed and all questions will be answered.
The workshop is for Senior & Ambassador level Scouts.
Juliette Scouts in grades 9-12 may also register.
The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at a location TBD in Stow.
There is no cost for this event, but pre-registration is required.
To register, visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council Web site, and click on programs.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Girl Scouts USA's New Leadership Experiences

Girl Scouts USA's new leadership experience engages girls in discovering self, connecting with others, and taking action to make the world a better place.
All Girl Scout experiences, from Daisy to Ambassador levels, are designed to tie to one or more of these 15 national leadership outcomes, under the three keys to leadetrship.

1 Girls will develop a strong sense of self.
2 Girls will develop positive values.
3 Girls will gain practical life skills.
4 Girls will seek challenges in the world.
5 Girls will develop critical thinking.

1 Girls will develop healthy relationships.
2 Girls will promote cooperation and team building.
3 Girls will resolve conflicts.
4 Girls will advance diversity in a multicultural world.
5 Girls will feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.

1 Girls will identify community needs.
2 Girls will be resourceful problem solvers.
3 Girls will advocate for themselves and others, locally and globally.
4 Girls will educate and inspire others to act.
5 Girls will feel empowered to make a difference in the world."

November Service Unit Meeting Minutes

All leader meetings this year to be held the first Tuesday of the month at the Plymouth Church.
Next meeting = Dec 1

Agenda: Cookie University. Each troop planning to sell cookies should send their Cookie Parent or another parent volunteer. New volunteers should plan to stay for the meeting starting at 7 pm, experienced volunteers may choose to stay and listen or just pick up their supplies between 7-8 pm

November Service Unit Meeting Attendance: 16

*Fall Registration: is now closed. If you troop still plans to register or you have additional girls joining your Troop please contact Deb at 508-405-1211 or
Reminder: Your Troop may not sell cookies if it is not registered by Dec 1st.
* Service Unit Open Positions: We are still in search of a Town Coordinator and Registrar. Any one interested in either of these positions is encouraged to contact Nancy for the Coordinator position at and Deb for the Registrar position at so they can help describe the time commitment involved. It is very important that both these positions get filled as soon as possible to keep the town programs running smoothly.
* Cookies: It is important that Helena hear from your troop if you wish to sell cookies this year at Cookie University will be held at the Plymouth Church on Tuesday, Dec 1st, but Helena must have the following information ASAP to prepare your Troop materials: Troop #; Cookie parent name, phone number, and e-mail; # of girls in the Troop and level of Troop.
* Leader List: A list of current leaders in town was given out at the meeting and a copy placed in each Troop box for those who could not attend. Please check your Troop folder at the church
* Library Display: Once again a great job on the display window this past October. Watch for another display next March
* Service Unit Treasurer: We have a new treasurer for the town! Thank you Mary Ayotte! She lives at 56 Jean St and can be reached at or 508-877-9202
* Bank Accounts: Instructions on opening troop bank accounts will be forwarded soon, watch the yahoo e-mails.
* CORI: We are working on getting a town SU member authorized to witness the CORI's watch for further information
*Review of required forms: Please feel free to contact any SU members with any questions about which forms should be kept and when they are due, new leaders are encouraged to attend training sessions with the council. A new training is in the process of being scheduled. Watch the yahoo e-mail for date and time.
*Council Updates:
* Council offices will be closed: Nov 26-27 and Dec 25 to Jan 3
* Troop Terrific Patch: Troops which demonstrate well rounded experiences for their girls. For complete details, visit
* Bronze/Silver/Gold Awards: Check the Council Web site for new ideas from the Leadership Experience.
* Upcoming Volunteer dates to watch:
* Jan. 8 = nominations for Volunteer Recognitions due to Council
* March 11 = Volunteer Recognition Dinner
* April 10 = Thank you day for volunteers --- lunch in Quincy
* May 5 = Outdoor skills day in Norton
* June 25 = Gold Award Ceremony
Town wide Events update:
* Oct 25: Math and Computer Workshop at St Bridget School Hall. Approximately 70 girls attended from 9 troops
* Nov 1: Roller skating party.
A great time just over 100 girls attended; look for pictures on the Web site
* Dec 1: Cookie University. Please pre-register with Helena at helenasic@...
* Tree Lighting --TBA: We need to hear from the town regarding the completion of construction at town hall
* January Service Unit Meeting: Leader swap night: Bring in your old badge, handbooks, unused patches or badges to swap or give away
* Girl Scout Sunday: St Bridget Church will host a Mass on Sun, March 7 at 9 a.m. Watch for flyer
* Girl Scout Bowling: Tentatively scheduled for Sat, March 6 late morning/early afternoon.

UPDATED Girl Scouts Policy on H1N1

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Still Space at the Girl Scout Adult Volunteer Conference Saturday in Concord

Sign up now for the Childs Play the Multicultural Way (Adult Learning Conference) it's this Saturday, November 7th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Concord Carlisle High School.
Registration is ongoing through Friday afternoon at the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council's web site.
Don't have babysitting?
There are Daisy, Brownie, & Junior Programs available at a small fee.
To register for either visit:

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Roller Skating Night!

About 100 Girl Scouts participated in the Framingham Service Unit's Roller Skating Night at Roller Kingdom in Hudson on Sunday. The event was to celebrate Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low's birthday.
Below are about 30 photos from the event.
Leaders feel free to e-mail photos to Susan at to add to the slide show.)
Participation patches were made available at the Service Unit meeting tonight.
Thanks Missy for planning such a terrific event, yet again!

New TROOP TERRIFIC Patch Program Offered by Council

For complete details, visit
It is a PDF File.

Leader/Adult Volunteer Meeting Tonight at 7

All Framingham Girl Scout Troop leaders and adult volunteers are invited to attend the Framingham Girl Scouts Service Unit meeting tonight at 7 at Plymouth Church, off Edgell Road.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Girl Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village Saturday, Nov. 7

Unfortunately, all the Brownie workshops are sold out, but discounted admission tickets are still available for Girl Scouts (and their families) for Girl Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village on Saturday, Nov. 7. Admission is just $7 per person.
To register, visit
The organization's spring event attracted more than 1,800 Girl Scouts. Saturdays, event is sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts and the Boy Scouts.

Create-A-Cook Program for Juniors in Norton on Dec. 11

Create-a-Cook: Who said you can’t play with your food? Experiment with kitchen tools and see what a serving size should look like. Then turn the heat up in the kitchen and Create-a-Cook. This Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council event will be held Friday night, Nov. 11 from 4 to 7 in the Norton area at a location TBN. Registration fee is $13 per Junior or Juliette (grades 4-5-6) Scout. Adult chaperones and leaders are free.
To register, visit the Council Web site, and click on programs. Registration is closing soon.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Tonight is Framingham Roller Skating Event to Celebrate Low's Birthday

Only Framingham Girl Scouts and Troops registered may attend tonight's event. Almost 100 Scouts will be participating at Roller Kingdom in Hudson.
Troop Leaders, feel free to send photos, to publish on this Web site.