Shenandoah Region Newsletter
In Memory of Julie Drawbaugh, Margaret "Maggie" Waldmann, and Florida Fritz
Julie was a member of Girl Scouts for 12 years. Dedicated to her family and especially her children, she participated in their school sports and was the troop leader for Troop 40222 in Boonsboro, Md.
Margaret "Maggie" Waldmann
Maggie was a Girl Scout for over 20 years. During her years as a volunteer, she served as a troop leader, service unit delegate, service unit press representative, service unit encampment volunteer, day camp first aider, and day camp unit leader for Allegany County Service Unit.
Florida was a member of Girl Scouts for 80 years. She was a former troop leader and happily gave her time assisting in the Archives in Winchester, Va, where she searched the history of Girl Scout memorabilia and helped catalog items donated by former Girl Scouts.
Registration for Maker Day is now open! Through making, girls will benefit and thrive from having opportunities to engage with others, solve problems and learn by doing. Visit our website for Maker Day guidelines and to start the application, which is due February 20: http://bit.ly/1u4SM03.
Maker Day will be held April 25, 2015 at the Annual Meeting.
Need a project for Maker Day? Visit our website.
Calendar of Events
Monday, January 26
Friday, January 30
We're happy to announce that we now have an on-line store! Please visit
Martinsburg Mini Shop
Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm
Saturday hours resume February 28, 2015
For more information or to place an order for pick up, please call 304-263-8833.
The Archives located in Winchester, VA has uniforms from the 1960's, old leaders' guides, and old patches available for adoption. Give them a new home and use them for Troop events or display.
Let us know when you would like to come check out our treasure chest of Girl Scout Adoptables.
Patsy Campbell, Hagerstown, MD
Sandy Jones, Winchester, VA
For: Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies
Please click here to print a copy of Cookie College.
For: Girl Scout Teens
GSCNC's teen-edition has loads of valuable information for our teen Scouts! Encourage them to sign up to receive their edition TODAY!!
We will be posting registration information, local program events, and all things important to Girl Scouts!
Don't forget to check GSCNC on all your other favorite social networking sites to see program updates, interesting Girl Scout trivia and updates from Council.
Help page to find the answers you need.
Please join us for the next Girl Scout webinar on Rallyhood. We'll cover the basics and more advanced uses:
Tuesday, January 20, 7-8:00 pm,
Wednesday, February 11, 12-1:00 pm,
Thursday, February 26, 7-8:00 pm,
Friday, March 20, 12-1:00 pm,
Register on Rallyhood.
Association 14 Web Page
Spread the word! We now have a webpage page for Association 14. Log on at http://gs14.gscnc.org/. Please be sure to check back frequently for updated information.
Association 14 Facebook Page
Have you joined the Shenandoah Region-Association 14 Facebook group? It's for the Shenandoah Region team members and leaders to communicate better so we grow stronger as a region and use our resources wisely. Only registered Girl Scouts will be admitted to this page for privacy of our local Girl Scouts. We encourage team members, leaders, co-leaders and older girls to join if they want more information on what's happening in the area.
Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/association14/ to request to join.
For: Girls of All Ages
Medieval Times Scout Appreciation
Please click here to print a copy of Medieval Times Scout Appreciation
Girl Scout Alumnae
Were you a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior or Ambassador...a troop leader, volunteer, or former/current staff member? If so, join the Girl Scouts Alumnae Association!
Girl Scout Endowment
Consider putting Girl Scouts in your will or estate plans. A bequest in a will is easy to do and helps Girl Scouts for years to come! (the language: "$____ or _____% is designated to the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital Endowment. (Federal Tax ID# 54-0732-966)"). For more information contact Betsy Thurston at 202-274-3330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martinsburg Contact List
Below are the direct numbers and phone extensions for the staff at the Martinsburg Office:
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