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June 9, 2007 - Bridging Ceremony
We completed our Daisy year with a Bridging Ceremony. Traditionally, a Brownie is an elf who is a helper and is willing to try new things. Each girl reenacted the part of the Brownie story where they say "Twist me, turn me, show me the elf. I looked in the pond, and I saw myself. I'm the Brownie!" They then crossed over our fireplace 'bridge' to receive the certificate and officially become a Brownie.
June 5, 2007 - End-of-Year Hawaiian Luau
Our last regular troop meeting as Daisy Girl Scouts. We read the Brownie Story, and learned what it means to be Brownie Girl Scout. We practiced our Bridging Ceremony, then it was party time! The girls had fun running through the sprinkler, playing with water guns, throwing water balloons and doing the limbo! It was a fun end to a busy year.
May 17, 2007 - Field Trip to Costco
This was our first and only field trip as Daisy Girl Scouts. We went to the local Costco warehouse. Felicidad is one of Costco's Managers, and she gave our girls a tour of the store. We got to see how things operate behind the scenes including visits to the offices, Pharmacy, Loading Dock, Deli, Bakery, Garden and Optical Departments. The girls met the head Manager of the store, and enjoyed some complimentary Costco pizza at the end. They enjoyed their visit and each girl went home with their own Costco name badge.
May 7, 2007 - Etiquette & Manners Tea Party
We celebrated Spring with a Tea Party for our troop. The girls learned about etiquette and practiced good manners as they sipped light drinks and ate refreshments. The girls created cards and made a goodie bag of teas and a daisy flower pot for their moms for Mother's Day. Each girl received a Tea Party fun patch to put on their Daisy vest.
April 17, 2007 - Use Resources Wisely
At this meeting we read a story about Earth Day and talked about recycling. We had empty cans repainted, and we used them as flower pots. We planted seeds, watered them, and marked them as our own. We celebrated with Earth Day cupcakes. The girls earned their last petal today - the dark green one for using resources wisely.
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