Who are We?
"Girl Scouts of the USA believes, like so many of you, that there are thousands of former Girl Scouts who have benefited greatly from their Girl Scout experience and strongly believe in the Girl Scout Mission. There are so many other adults who support and applaud what Girl Scouting stands for and its services to girls in today's communities. Yet these people are not connected or linked with the Girl Scout organization in the United States. Building a broader based adult membership would fill this void and enhance the scope of services Girl Scout councils can offer in diverse areas of their overall jurisdiction.
Building a broader based membership would also contribute to the overall diversity of the movement,increase public recognition and understanding of Girl Scouting, and provide a continuity for graduating Senior Girl Scouts."
Frances Hasselbein, Chief Executive Officer
of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. from 1976-1990
We are women and men of all ages from the Northern California Coast Area, and welcome anyone, no matter where you come from.
Have you been looking for a convenient way to be involved with Girl Scouts again? Join Us!
If you signed up for the Girl Scout Alumnae through the Girls Scouts of Northern California website, your membership is not linked to us. It is for a National registry for Girl Scout Alumnae. If you are interested in joining us please contact our membership director through this website.
May 19 ~ Gold and Silver Awards Presentation
3pm at Bethlehem Lutheran Church
August 11 (tentatively) ~ Bunco
September 6-8, 2013 ~ Women’s Week-End with GSA, Bay Area
September 29, 2013 2-4 PM ~ Alumnae September Annual Meeting
October 17-24, 2013 ~ Trip to Camp Edith Macy with GSA, Bay Area
Come join us on a trip to New York. We are staying at Camp Andree Clark in Briarcliff Manor, 45 minutes by train to New York City and striking distance to the Hudson River Valley, Hyde Park, West Point, Sleepy Hollow and many more. We can accommodate 15 people in the troop house, or people can stay at Camp Edith Macy across the road if preferred. We"ll fly into JFK and rent cars and drive up to beging our adventure. We will have a great time.
Budgeted cost should be way less than $1, 000, approximately $600 for Airfare, lodging in the troop house and car rental. A $25 Non Refundable deposit will secure your spot.
We’ll get together in July and make some real plans. All are welcome.
Please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Becky Simpson, 732 Fairfield Rd, Burlingame CA, 94010
February 2014 ~ Adult Trip to Our Cabaña
The total trip is 10 nights (Thursday 2/5 to Sunday 2/15). The trip will start with two days and nights in Mexico City staying at Ticali (run by Guias de Mexico the Mexican Girl Guides). Mexico City trips will include Shrine of Guadalupe, Teotihuacan (Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon), and downtown Mexico City. We will travel to Our Cabaña to explore the Cuernavaca area and experience program at Our Cabaña for six nights. Trips will include Tepotzlan, Xochicalco, Taxco, and downtown Cuernavaca. The final two days will be a trip to Angangueo with a stop in Toluca to see the butterflies. One night will be in a hotel and the final night will be back at Our Cabaña.
Initial estimate for the total trip including transportation, lodging, and food is $2,000.
Please contact Ann Killeen, email@example.com or 707-794-7930 if you are interested in learning more.
March 2014 ~ Arts exChange event at Sangam
Sangam World Centre is hosting its first Arts exChange, March 12 – 21, 2014 – an event for people interested in changing the world and connecting with other cultures through art. Come together to connect, create and share your artistic talent or your passion for the arts. We’ll explore art in many forms. Special guest facilitators include Girl Scout singer, songwriter Melinda Caroll, known for We Change the World and Ignite!
This event is open to all artists ages 16 & up.
The cost for this event is GBP 635.
Send your expression of interest for Arts exChange to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 September 2013. Spaces will be filled on a rolling basis.
Creativity welcome! Expressions can be written, video, or other art forms. Written submissions should be 250 words or less; videos 60 seconds or less.
The Girl Scout Promise
On my honor, I will try:
To serve God* and my country.
To help people at all times,
and to live by the Girl Scout Law.
* You may substitute a word that more accurately reflects your spiritual beliefs here.
The Girl Scout Law
I will do my best to be
honest and fair,
friendly and helpful,
considerate and caring,
courageous and strong, and
responsible for what I say and do,
respect myself and others,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.