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For over 90 years, Girl Scouts has created a safe and nurturing environment where girls from diverse cultural backgrounds can develop their full individual potential. With your help, Girl Scouts can offer the promise of Girl Scouting to every girl, everywhere. Please join the Girl Scout Council of St. Croix Valley for our fourth annual community gathering of COLOR MY WORLD.

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Special guest speakers include Elona Street-Stewart and Kazoua Kong-Thao.

Thursday, January 12, 2006
Dinner and Program from 6:15 – 8:15 p.m.
Registration begins at 5:45 p.m.
Childcare is available.

In-Town Center, Anokii Room
Girl Scout Council of St. Croix Valley
400 Robert Street South, St. Paul, MN

Please RSVP by January 6, 2006 to Janis Reidlinger at 651-251-1245 or by clicking here.

Upcoming Events and News

Camp Brochure Release Party

Camp is coming! And we’re so excited we are celebrating the release of our brand new brochure. Come visit with camp friends, check out the new programs and drop off your registration form too! Share your camp memories and get excited for this upcoming summer! Come when you can and stay as long as you want.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006
6:30 – 7:30 pm, In-Town Center, St. Paul, MN

Camp Information Meetings

Meet the Lakamaga and Northwoods Camp Directors. Bring all your questions about resident camp and be prepared to get excited about sending your camper to camp this summer!

Tuesday, January 17
In-Town Center, St. Paul, MN

Tuesday, January 24
Camp Rolling Ridges, Hudson, WI

Tuesday, January 31
Camp Lakamaga, Marine, MN

All dates 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

You can also contact the camp directors with any questions by calling the council office at 651-227-8835, 800-845-0787, or e-mailing [email protected].

Add A Girl Campaign : More Girls = More Fun!

The “Add A Girl” Campaign strives to share the wonderful world of Girl Scouting with more girls in our community! Girl Scout members invite non-registered friends, relatives, or gal pals to join the Girl Scouts. When a friend registers to be a Girl Scout member, both girls receive a special patch. There is also a prize drawing for all girls who invite and register a friend.

  • Click here for Add A Girl flier (PDF document)
  • Click here for Add A Girl sticker labels (Word document)

2006 Annual Meeting

Thursday, January 26, 2006
Dinner at 6:30 p.m. (registration begins at 6 p.m.)

Keynote speaker: Linda P. Foreman, Secretary of the National Board of Directors,
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The Prom Banquet Center
484 Inwood Avenue, Oakdale, Minnesota

Cost is $25 per person. Please RSVP by Wednesday, January 18 (click here for secure online RSVP form).

Mid-Winter Warm Up

Are you in a rut with your troop? Are you suffering from troop leader meltdown? Come dig yourself out at the Mid-Winter Warm-Up with hands-on activities and new ideas geared to your troop!

February 4, 2006
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
In-Town Center
Girl Scout Council of St. Croix Valley
400 Robert Street South, St. Paul, MN

Click here for class descriptions and registration form.

Silver and Gold Award Packets

Included in these packets are an overview of the Girl Scout Silver and Gold Award requirements, a list of the resources you will need, and ideas for choosing a project. If you have any questions, please contact the council office at 651-227-8835.

  • 2005-2006 Girl Scout Silver Award Packet
  • 2007 Girl Scout Gold Award Packet

Hurricane Katrina: How to Help in the Crisis

Direct Fundraising for Katrina Allowed
Please click here for information about the new Emergency Response Fund for Katrina relief efforts.

Money-earning Guidelines for Hurricane Disaster Relief
Please click here for guidelines for planning and implementing your money-earning activities.

Press Releases From Girl Scouts of the USA
GSUSA, in Touch With Councils, Personnel In Affected Areas Whenever Possible, Offers Guidelines For Sending Aid. Click here to read the full Press Release from GSUSA. To find our more about how you can help, please read this new Press Release from GSUSA.

Dear Sisters Girl Scouts (from our sisters in Louisiana):
As you know, the Girl Scouts in Southeast Louisiana have been facing – and will continue to face – inordinate challenges. Some area girls are still missing family members or have lost treasured pets. Some of our girls’ families’ homes will have to be bulldozed as a result of the water and wind damage – or are months away from being inhabitable. Many girls have lost all of their possessions. Others have been displaced and are starting over, away from their lifelong friends, in a new school, in an unfamiliar location. Area families are facing unemployment, homelessness and a host of problems most thought they would never face. Read the rest of this letter, by clicking here.

Girl Scouts are “Scouting for Food”

The Girl Scout Council of St. Croix Valley is teaming up with the Boy Scouts to collect more than 500,000 pounds of food for individuals and families in our community.

Click here to find out how you can participate in this council-wide community service project.

Voice for Girls Issue Survey from GSUSA

We need your help! There are many issues impacting girls, and as the largest organization solely dedicated to girls and their needs, we want to hear from you what matters most to girls and their communities. So, please take 10 to 15 minutes and tell us what issues are important in girls’ lives. Click here to take the Voice for Girls Issue Survey.