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Saturday, Dec 7, 2013
Region 3 Training Day
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Your Region 3 staff invite you to our Regional Day of Training.

 It’s designed just for you.  Register for one session or stay for day!

 Lunch and snacks will be provided!   Please, call Bonnie (320-241-7571) if you have questions.

Session Descriptions:

Behavior Management Learn ways to manage behavior in your troop that will create a positive and welcoming environment.

Troop Finance Troops should be self-sustaining. The goal for the troop is to earn enough money to pay for troop activities without repeatedly asking the parents for contributions. Learning how to manage money is one of the most valuable life skills girls can gain in Girl Scouting.  This learning session will help you become familiar with the Annual Troop Financial Report and the financial policies and procedures of the council.

It's a Snap Cookie Website and Forms training enrichment

Conflict Management

Service Unit Manager/Community Coordinator (SUM/CC) Have you ever considered holding a core team in your Service Unit (SU) but would like more information? Or did you say "yes" and now need more information? Review the position descriptions and the vital role you fill!

Website and EBIZ
(online registration) This is an enrichment training - your Region 3 team is here for support - let's review!

Event Planning Service unit events offer a number of benefits to both girls and adults: the opportunity for girls to meet with other Girl Scouts outside of their troop; leadership opportunities for girls and adults; a chance to have fun; a chance to try an activity that a girl might not experience in a traditional troop setting; an opportunity for girls to serve as role models for each other; a chance to strengthen Girl Scouts‘ visibility in the community. This session is designed to provide information and tools to assist you in all stages of the event planning process.  You will be able to provide a safe comfortable atmosphere for all troops and to hold an event at a reasonable price, close to home.  Preparing for this event gives leaders and their girls experience in long range planning and participation in an event in the comfort and support of their local GS community. 

Songs and Games
Music has always played a big part in Girl Scouting. Whether singing around a campfire or lifting voices on Washington, D.C.'s Mall during the world's biggest Girl Scout Sing-Along, Girl Scouts have always enjoyed the fun and fellowship that music can create. Songs can be used to open or close meetings, to enhance ceremonies, to lighten a load while hiking, or just to share a special moment with other Girl Scouts.  The first Girl Scout Song Book, which was a collection of songs put together by girl members, was published in 1925. Since that time, the organization's love of music has grown along with the girls it has empowered. Even if you can’t sing, you can include songs into your troop’s activities.  This training includes a CD with many traditional Girl Scout songs.

Cookie Training
- Secure valuable information to help the Cookie Sale Program run smoothly for your troop. All adult members are invited to attend cookie training. This training will be especially helpful for Troop Product Sales Managers (aka "Cookie Moms"), Troop Leaders, and Community Product Sales Managers. It is suggested that at least one adult volunteer from each troop attend the training.

Register for cookie training HERE. Select your other sessions HERE.









Dreams to Reality

Plan to Join us at...
The Kitchi Gammi Club 
Duluth, MN
Thursday, May 28, 2015 5:30pm - 8:30pm


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