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CoCo KeyWaterpark and Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland have
partnered to bring an exciting and affordable overnight trip just
for Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts! The activity fee is $225.
Add a new friend to Girl Scouts and your price is only $200!
$50 Non-Refundable Deposit due April 1, 2013. Troop leaders
and/or parents may chaperone, same fee applies.
For Brownies>
Your fee includes: overnight sleeping
accommodations, late night swimon Friday, passes to the
waterpark Saturday, continental breakfast, lunch, First Aid
Badge Programwhich includes a waterproof first aid kit, CoCo
fun patch, achievement certificate, and transportation to and
fromKansas City.
For Juniors >
Your fee includes: overnight sleeping
accommodations, late night swimon Friday, late night Ice
Skating, late night Bowling, late night Pizza Buffet, lunch, First
Aid Badge Programwhich includes a waterproof first aid kit,
CoCo fun patch, achievement certificate, and transportation
to and fromKansas City.
For more information contact
Each year on February 22, World Thinking Day, girls
participate in activities and projects with global
themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl
Scouts in other countries. Girl Scouts of the USA is
addressing the following theme for World Thinking
Day 2013: girls worldwide say “together we can save
children’s lives.” This theme is focused on reducing
childmortality rates around the globe.
World Thinking Day not only gives girls a chance
to celebrate international friendships, but is also
a reminder that Girl Scouts of the USA is part of a
global community—one of nearly 150 countries that
aremembers of WAGGGS. WAGGGS selected five
countries of focus for World Thinking Day 2013 to
represent the fiveWAGGGS regions: Jordan, Malawi,
Pakistan, Republic of Ireland, and Venezuela.
GSUSA has provided girls and adults resources
to earn their World Thinking Day Award to help
celebrate this important Girl Scout day.
Search “World Thinking Day” at :
Girlscouts.org
Coco Keys Waterpark Event
July 12-13, 2013
World thinking day 2013
Feb 22, 2013
Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors, we’ve got something
new for you! Girl Scouts in grades 9-12 are now able to
register for our First Aid and CPR courses, and receive your
certifications alongside Girl Scout volunteers. These courses
are scheduled throughout the council, and you’ll find the
information on the activities calendar. Our courses are
blended learning,’ whichmeans you’ll have some homework
to do beforehand, and then you’ll complete a review and
testing with one of our instructors.
Why is it important to become First Aid &CPR certified?
Be Prepared. Stay Cool. Save a Life
It’s a great skill to have if you babysit or work with kids.
Learning First Aid and CPRmight help you decide to
pursue a career in health or medicine.
Performing CPR on someone who can’t breathe will buy
that person valuable time.
You’ll know how to properly take care of a wound or
injury while waiting for help.
You’ll know how to respond to an emergency, instead of
feeling overwhelmed or panicked!
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