Our cadette troop is moving to a once a month meeting schedule to give parents and girls more flexibility with scheduling. We will meet once a month as a troop for Girl Scout Business and planning, and attend an event or activity once a month (camping, apple picking, etc). Our meeting location is the same as before.
- August 15th, 6:30-8pm
- September 12th, 6:30-8pm
- October 17th, 6:30-8pm
- November 14th, 6:30-8pm
- December 19th, 6:30-8pm
- January 16th, 6:30-8pm
- February 13th, 6:30-8pm
- March 13th, 6:30-8pm
- April 17th, 6:30-8pm
- May 15th, 6:30-8pm
Please let us know if you have any questions. If you are a parent of a girl looking for a troop, please email join at riverwoodgs dot org.
Troop 2776 needs school glue (Elmer’s preferred) for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta STEM expo on October 29th. Our troop will be showing girls how to create a fun polymer (homemade silly putty) by experimenting with chemical properties.
We were told originally we would need enough for 500, now registrations are at approximately 1000 people! Help! Contact Leader Lee (troop2776 at gmail dot com) if you can help us out by donating your not so old glue, or if you spot a good sale.
We have a lot of great events coming up! October is not only the month of Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday, it is a busy month in scouting!
- October 7th – Online magazine order summaries automatically sent to parents. Please email these to Kirby.
- October 10th – Girl Scout Service Unit meeting at 6:30pm, Woodstock Church of Christ. Please attend if you can to help promote Tea & Tiaras
- October 12th – Troop meeting: Final planning for trip on October 14th, bring all tea sets, tablecloths, etc to create table centerpieces for Tea & Tiaras event. We will also practice songs & games!
- October 14th – 16th – Trip to Florida. Please turn in all permission forms to Lee. Email her with questions.
- October 28th – We are hosting a halloween activity table at the Kroger. Email Kirby for details. Candy & Nuts should be in.
- October 29th – STEM expo. Email Lee for details.
- October 31st – Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday!
During our first meeting, the girls brainstormed different things they would like to do this year – trips, activities, service projects, events – and we had a good list to jumpstart planning for the year. At our next troop meeting we will induct our executive board (see our troop government page) and assign girls to research activities and interests for the year.
Girls and parents or family members can register online this year at http://www.gsgatl.org. We urge all parents to consider registering as volunteers to help mentor activities and support our troop. They can also be back-up first aiders. We are also looking for a parent to register as “cookie mentor” this year, as the girls will be handling most of the fund-raising themselves with guidance.
The summer is over, school is back in session and Girl Scout troop meetings are starting up again soon!
Parent Information Meeting: August 12th, 6:30pm, Chattahoochee Technical College, Woodstock Campus (Old elementary school in downtown Woodstock)
First Troop 2776 meeting: September 3rd.
If you don’t have a sash or other Girl Scout supplies yet, don’t worry. Our local Girl Scout council is having a sale in September. More details at the troop meeting.
If your daughter has not been placed in a troop and you need help, contact me (under the About page) or visit http://www.riverwoodgs.org for more information.
Volunteers are needed to man booths at Johnston, Little River, Arnold Mill, and Woodstock for the Meet& Greets on Thursday, July 31. If you or any other parents or older girls you know can help man these tables, please email me. We will have stickers, info sheets, and sign up forms. Did you know you can attend any of these school events for more info on Girl Scouting?
JES: 1st-3rd—9:00-11:00; 4th-6th—1:00-3:00; K—3:30-5:00
Students (A-M) 9:00-10:30; Students (N-Z) 10:30-NoonWES: 1:00-3:00
Service Unit Team Volunteer positions open
We are also looking to fill the following volunteer positions in our service unit. Anyone can volunteer. We’ve also reduced the volunteer form to two pages.
Troop Organizer: OPEN
Adult Recognitions: ?