By Rachel Hoeing
Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts have been around for as long as most of us can remember, but I always seem to find out more and more about these programs each year. They involve so much more than just what meets the eye. We’ve featured blogs over the past few weeks highlighting some of the things that make scouting so special. Today we have two more reminders on ways that you and/or your child can become involved. Be sure to visit the websites below for more details.
Be a Girl Scout!
Come see what Girl Scouts is about, and explore all the fun they have together! You’ll make a bunch of friends, learn how exciting life is, and have tons of adventures over and over again! Learn more at www.beagirlscout.org and participate in an upcoming event this fall!
*Some events include, but are not limited to, the following. Visit www.beagirlscout.org for a detailed listing with times and registration information.
- Tuesday, September 27- Girl Scout Night at Chick-Fil-A (Greensboro)
- Friday, September 30- Movie on the Lawn (Colfax)
- Saturday, October 1- Roller Skating (Greensboro) and Girls Day Out (Clemmons)
- Friday, October 7- Info Night (Burlington)
- Saturday, October 8- The Art of Scouting (Winston Salem)
- Tuesday, October 11- Bracelet Making (Greensboro)
- Wednesday, October 12- Info Night (High Point)
- Friday, October 21- Info Night (Mebane)
- Saturday, October 22- Community Day at Humane Society (Winston Salem)
- Wednesday, November 9- Info Night (High Point)
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont * 8818 West Market Street Colfax, NC 27235 * 1-800-672-2148
Be a Boy Scout!
Why is Boy Scouts important to our family? “Scouting is fun! The program provides quality time for our family and reinforces the values we are teaching our children: how to be helpful and courteous to others. Through Scouting, our son David has grown into a kind young person who puts others first. He loves teaching younger Scouts how to cook, camp, and conduct science experiments. David’s self-confidence has grown! Scouting has provided exciting opportunities for him and he’s made new friends.” – Lisa, Scouting parent in Greensboro
Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America delivers character education, leadership skills, career development, and adventure to boys 6 to 18 years, co-eds 14 to 21, and families in Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Guilford, Person, Randolph, and Rockingham counties. 9,000 youth and 3,000 adult volunteers participate at 300 sites.
Explore a new world of Scouting adventures for your son! Visit www.BeAScout.org or 336-378-9166.
*Sponsored by Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont and Old North State Council Boy Scouts