Service Projects & Activities

Do you have an Service Project or Activity that your Girl Scouts loved?  We'd love to share your experience with other Leaders.  Please send
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Service Project or Activity Information to LovelandGS433@gmail.com so we can share it with other Leaders.
For more ideas, check out our new Blog at LovelandGS433.blogspot.com, where Leaders can ask each other questions and share information. 

Also check the documents below for more ideas that were collected at the Leaders Meeting.  There is LOTS of great information to share.

Troop Trip Ideas
Christmas Tree Plantation/Farm in Waynesville
Make your own Gingerbread house at Iron's Fruit Farm in Lebanon
Aunt Annie's in Dayton Mall
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery overnight in Dayton
Horseback riding at Camp Kern
Ohio State Fair grounds
CoSI - Columbus
GS Program at Women in Space & Aviation at Burk Lakefront Airport, Cleveland OH
Caroling at local nursing homes

iSpace Girl Scout Programs
iSpace offers programs for students and families which support and enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education that reach beyond the formal classroom setting.  Visit www.ispacescience.org for more information.

4/13/13 - Book a Girl Scout Program at iSpace and receive 15% off!  (click here to see the flyer)

Grailville Retreat & Program Center
Looking for troop activities?  Grailville, near downtown Loveland, offers many opportunities for Girl Scout troops.  Programs are individually tailored and include bade, patch and journey-certified experiences for Brownies, Juniors, Cadets and Seniors.  You can view Girls events at www.grailville.org or call (513) 683.2340 for more information.

Girl Scout Daisies

Daisy troop 43534 (1st Grade) Helping our neighbors
We are a first grade troop and one of our fellow classmates mother died of cancer a few months ago. This family has extended family in the area who have been stepping up to provide childcare, meals and support to this family but were left strapped and juggling two households while grieving. One of the goals of the Journey is learning how to care for ourselves and animals. We identified some needs for girls such as bathing, eating healthy and keeping your home clean. The girls decided to do chores in their home for extra money and over the Holidays they earned over $600. This, matched by a generous donation from Royalty Cleaning of 10 free cleans made it possible to provide this family with bi-weekly cleaning for their house for 9 months. It just goes to show what girls can do when they put their minds and muscles to work for good. A shout out to the Royalty Cleaning Service for their generous support of this cause.

Daisy Troop 43537 (1st Grade) The Scratching Post collection
Our Leader contacted The Scratching Post (a no kill cat shelter and adoption center) and asked them for a wish list of items they needed for the shelter.  We collected items for two months and used part of our Cookie Money to buy additional items for the shelter.   As a troop we all took them items to the shelter and they gave us a tour of the facility and let us play with the cats.  The girls had a great time and the shelter was very appreciative for the help.  We collected over $200 in items for the shelter.


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