Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Aerospace Program for Junior Scouts at WPI in Worcester

Junior Scouts can earn the Aerospace Badge while attending this fun program, sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council at WPI in Worcester on Saturday, March 27 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Junior Scouts (and Juliette Scouts in grades 4 & 5) will learn about NASA, design a space station, visit the wind tunnel lab, launch mini rockets and have a fun paper-airplane contest. All this and more, while being led through the Boldactivities by these terrific student mentors.
This is another popular WPI program that fill up quickly. (Registration ends on March 5 or when 60 Scouts register.)
Badges are not included. Badges can be purchased at the Worcester council store.
Event #4938
Registration fee is $9 per Scout.
Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
Adults may be asked to assist in the program.
Safety-wise rules apply.
Register online at the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council Web site.

Engineering Program for Juniors at WPI in Worcester

Junior Girl Scouts connect with students from WPI's Society of Women Engineers as they lead you through fun activities.
Junior Scouts (and Juliette Scouts in grades 4 & 5) will earn Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council's Women in Engineering Badge while creating and inventing, building structures and designing your own dream house!
Scouts will have a chance to participate in a fun, interactive demonstration with WPI's robotics team. These students are great role models and put on a super program! This one fills up fast, so sign up early! (Registration deadline is March 5 or when 60 Scouts register.)
Badges can be purchased separately at the Worcester Council store
The special program Women in Engineering, will be held at Worcester (WPI) on Saturday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Event #4937
Registration fee is $9 per Scout.

Leaders and adult chaperones are free. Adults may be asked to assist in the program.
Safety-wise rules apply
To register complete the online registration form at the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council Web site.

Feb. 1 is Deadline to Register for Mystic Aquarium Overnight During School Vacation Week

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council is hosting a special Mystic Aquarium Overnight program for Scouts in grades 2-8 during School vacation Week (Friday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. through Saturday, Feb. 20 at 8:30 a.m.)
Registration is closing on Feb. 1 or when 125 Scouts have registered.
About the program: The Mystic Aquarium is reserved just for you! Girl Souts will be invited into the aquarium after it closes for a spectacular event.
The aquarium staff will lead 5 different classes during the evening including things like Squid Dissection, Touch and Learn, Behind the Scenes Tour and a surprise class.
Bedtime is about 10:30 pm and lights out at 11:00 pm. See how the marine animals settle down for the night and wake up in the morning.
Morning wake up is at 6:30 am. We will gather our belongings and bring them to our cars. Then, we will gather inside for a guided tour of the outdoor exhibits in the daylight.
After the tour, everyone enjoys a continental breakfast of muffins, bagels, cold cereal, fresh fruit, orange juice and coffee.
Our group has to leave the aquarium at 8:30 am but we receive a special overnight patch and get our hand stamped for free re-entry that day.
The aquarium reopens at 9:00 am.
Adult ratios for this event are a minimum of 4-5 girls to 5 adults.
Juliette and Individual Scouts may also register.
Event # 4638
Registration fee is $55 per Scout and $55 per leader and adult chaperones.

Register online by completing the GSCWM registration form.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

School Vacation Week: Disney on Ice - Friday, Feb. 19

Friday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. is Girl Scouts Night at the TD Bank Garden with a special school vacation week performance of Disney On Ice: Let's Celebrate.
Girl Scouts (and their families) can get $16 Loge tickets or $12 Balcony tickets.
Scouts will also receive a Disney on Ice participation patch for the back of their vest.
The special $16 and $12 rate is not just for Girl Scouts but the entire family. Patches will only be awarded to Scouts.
* Framingham Troop leaders may contact Susan Scully Petroni with basic questions or for a copy of the flyer to hand out to individual Troops. (The PDF file would not upload to this site.)
TO ORDER TICKETS ... The deadline to contact Briana for tickets is Wednesday, Feb. 10
* Troop leaders should contact Briana Lynch at 617-624-1822 or by e-mailing
ABOUT THE SHOW: It's one colossal party on ice, with all your favorite Disney friends! Enjoy a winter wonderland with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, a Halloween haunt with the Disney Villains, A Very Merry Unbirthday Party, A Royal Ball with Disney Princesses, a Mardi Gras celebration with the characters from a Princess & the Frog, and more in a magical medley of holidays, celebrations and festivals from around the globe.


Deadline Approaching for Elite Athlete Program in Rhode Island

Life as an Elite Athlete, Student, and Woman (Providence Friars): Learn from the Providence College Women's Basketball Team - how do they balance it all? Student athletes will speak and participate in basketball drills with Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.
Participating Scouts will receive a game ticket, food voucher, souvenirs, and a fun patch.
Post game autograph session after the game!
Friends and Family are welcome to attend - and will also receive a food voucher and ticket for the game.
The event is Tuesday, Feb. 16 (school vacation week) at Providence College, in Providence, R.I. starting at 4:45 p.m.
The program is for Junior, Cadette, Senior or Ambassador Girl Scouts or Juliette Scouts in grades 4-12.
The cost is $9 per Scout and $5 per other family member/adult/leader.
To register, visit the GSEM Web Site, and click on programs.

Cadette Trapeze Program at Jordan's Furniture in Reading

Get Balanced. Come to the Circus Adventure program of TSNY Beantown! Hang from two flying trapeze rigs and learn how to swing, hang and do back flip dismounts. Then try other circus activities like trampoline, juggling, and hula hoop.
This specal program from GSEM is for Cadette Scouts and Juliette Scouts in grades 6-7-8.
The program will be held on Friday, Feb. 19 (School vacation week) from 2 to 4 p.m. at the TSNY Beantown inside Jordan's Furniture in Reading.
Registration fee is $63 per Scout.
Safety-wise rules apply.
Registration is closing soon. Visit the GSEM Council Web site to sign up your Troop.

Leader/Adult Volunteer First Aid Course Feb. 28 in Waltham

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts is offering an American Red Cross First Aid Course on Sunday, Feb. 28 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
This course covers First Aid ONLY and can be taken by those who need first aid certification for the first time or to renew a Red Cross first aid certification.

Red Cross First Aid certification is valid for 3 years.

Anyone serving as a Girl Scout First Aider is required to be trained in both CPR & First Aid.
The program will be held in Waltham.

The fee is $25 per adult volunteer or leader.

To register, contact the GSEM Council or visit the Council's Web site.

Create-a-Cook Program for Junior Scouts at Camp Rice Moody

GSEM Council will hold a Create-a-Cook Program for Junior level Scouts and Juliette Scouts in grades 4 & 5 at Camp Rice Moody in Reading on Feb. 23 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Who said you can’t play with your food? Experiment with kitchen tools and see what a serving size should look like. Then, turn the heat up in the kitchen and Create-a-Cook.
Registration fee is $13 per Scout.
Leaders and adult volunteers are free.
Safety-wise rules apply.
Leaders and adults may be asked to assist with the program.
No siblings or non-Scouts allowed.
To register, visit the GSEM Council Web site and click on programs.

Junior Scout Game of Life Program in Wellesley area on Feb. 21

Get Going. Have fun in this interactive version of the classic board game - LIFE. Get a job, get a salary and overcome obstacles as you interact with other girls in this fun-filled real-life experience!
Girl Scouts of eastern Massachusetts is sponsoring this special program on Sunday, Feb. 21 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. The program is for Junior Scouts and Juliette Scouts in grades 4 & 5. The event will be held at a location to be announced in the Wellesley area.
The registration fee is $9 per Scout.
Leaders and adults are free, but may be asked to help assist in the program.
Safety-wise rules apply, including no siblings an non-Scouts allowed.
To register, visit the GSEM Council Web site and click on programs.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

RULE CHANGE: Girl Scouts CAN Raise Funds for Haiti

FROM: Kathy Cloninger, National CEO, GSUSA
RE: Fundraising for Haiti Earthquake Relief Efforts

The outpouring of support for the people of Haiti in the wake of the devastating earthquake last week has been remarkable, and Girl Scouts across the country have pitched in to help in many different ways. We know, however, that after natural disasters like these, sending funds is often the best way to help.
Given the catastrophic events in Haiti, the Executive Committee unanimously adopted, and the National Board this morning ratified, the following:
THAT the Executive Committee of Girl Scouts of the USA's National Board of Directors, on the National Board's behalf, adopts a special rule of order to allow girl members to engage in activities, which may include the direct solicitation of money, from January 14 through September 8, 2010, to support emergency relief for the January 12 earthquake disaster in Haiti. Monies raised shall be contributed only to organizations on the approved list of agencies (listed below); additions to the list shall be approved by the National President and CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA.
This now makes it possible for our girls to raise much needed funds for relief efforts in Haiti. Please take note that the money our girls raise can be contributed only to those agencies on the list below.

Much of Haiti is in ruins and a second major earthquake struck the country on Wednesday. The loss of life and suffering has been heartbreaking. I hope that this action by the National Board will serve as yet another opportunity for all of us as a Movement to do what we can to help the people of Haiti in their time of need.

* The American Red Cross: The American Red Cross is accepting donations through its International Response Fund.
* Pan American Development Foundation: The foundation is encouraging people to donate through its website at
*UNICEF: UNICEF requests donations for relief for children in Haiti via their Haiti Earthquake Fund. You can also call 1-800-4UNICEF.
* Oxfam: You can donate to online at Oxfam America at
* Save The Children: Save the Children has launched an emergency relief effort for Haiti. Donate to Save the Children.
* Mercy Corps: Donate online, call 1-888-256-1900 or send checks to:
Mercy Corps Haiti Earthquake Fund, Dept NR, PO Box 2669, Portland, OR 97208
* Doctors Without Borders: Doctors Without Borders has set up clinics to treat people in Haiti. Donate to Doctors Without Borders.
* The UN World Food Programme: The UN World Food Programme is gathering all available resources to deliver food to the recently homeless and impoverished in Haiti. Donations can be made through
* CARE: CARE is deploying emergency team members to Port-au-Prince to assist in recovery efforts. It's focusing its efforts on rescuing children who may still be trapped in schools that collapsed. Donate to CARE.
* The International Rescue Committee: The International Rescue Committee is deploying an emergency response team to Haiti. Donate to the IRC Haiti Crisis Fund.
* World Vision: World Vision has more 370 staff members in the Haiti. Donate to World Vision.
* United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF): This fund is used for emergencies like the earthquake in Haiti. Donate online.

Central MA Scouts Offer Brownie Quest Program at Camp Green Eyrie in Harvard on March 21

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council is offering a Brownie Quest
Program at Camp Green Eyrie in Harvard on Sunday, March 21, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Brownies and Juliette Scouts in grades 2 & 3 may register.
Deadline to register is Feb. 19 or when 40 girls have registered.
BROWNIE QUEST PROGRAM: Begin your Brownie Quest Journey! Cadette Girl Scouts will be leading the Brownies through a series of stations and group activities which will take them through most of the journey. Brownies will be armed with the tools and the enthusiasm to complete the Take Action Project on their own or with their troop after the workshop.
The Cadettes are there to earn their LiA awards (Leader in Action) and are great role models for our younger girls. Girls will receive their journey books.
A leader will receive 1 leader guide per troop to help them finish their journey.
The journey awards are also included.
Event #: 4694
Register online by visiting the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Web site or complete the GSCWM registration form and mail it to the address listed on the form.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Framingham Girl Scouts to Hold Annual Me & My Pal Bowling Event on Saturday, March 6

Me and My Pal Bowling Event
Sponsored by the Town of Framingham Girl Scouts

Place: Fairways Bowling, Rt. 9, Natick
Date: Saturday, March 6, 2010
Time slot options:
* A = 12:45 – 2:15
* B = 2:15 to 3:45
Who: All Girl Scout Levels, registered girls and their “pal”
A “pal” is defined as an adult 18 or older who is a significant person in the girl’s life.
Cost: $7.50 per girl and $6 per pal (covers cost of bowling, shoe rental, & patch)
*Make checks payable to “Town of Framingham Girl Scouts
Registration deadline: March 2.
Contact for the event: Mary Ann Sager at 508-872-4989 or

15 minutes
= Check in, patches given to troop leader or representative, girls and their pals assigned to lanes and pick up their bowling shoes
60 minutes = Bowl (lanes are automatically timed, don’t be late or you may miss bowling time)
15 minutes = Return shoes
Again This Year: door prizes for each level/time slot, must be present to win – fill out slip at check in and names will be drawn while the girls are bowling

Troop leaders must return the registration form ASAP.
Regstation forms can be downloaded from the leder yahoo group.
Do not wait for the deadline, this event fills up early each year.
All girls and pals must be pre-registered, no walk-ins, no money at the door.
* Individual registrations are also accepted by completing the form and sending payment.
* Please attach a list of the girl(s) and pal(s) names to your registration - you may list as unknown to get the registration in on time, but leader must give list at registration
* Requests to assign troops/individuals near each other in the lanes will be considered, but are not guaranteed. Please make these requests with your paid registration.
* One town-wide Troop/Service Unit Activity Application will be sent for this event

Cookies for a Cause at Hanscom Air Force Base on March 6

Cookies for a Cause at Hanscom Air Force Base
Join us for a cookie donation celebration!
Troops will drop off cookies for donation to US military overseas, and take part in a ceremony with Colonel David Orr and GSEM CEO Ruth N. Bramson.
Register by: February 26.
Date: March 6, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Program Level: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Location: Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford
This is a FREE event but pre-registration is required.

Girl Scout Sunday Mass: Sunday, Feb. 7 at St. Bridget Church

Place: St. Bridget Church, Worcester Road (Rte 9) Eastbound, Framingham
Date: Sunday, March 7, 2010
Time: 9 a.m. Family Mass (downstairs)
Contact Person for the event:
Mary Ann Sager at 508-872-4989 or

All Girl Scouts, Leaders, & their families are invited to join St. Bridget Parish as we celebrate Girl Scout Sunday.
Everyone is encouraged to wear their uniforms and sit together in the reserved pews near the front of the church.
It is recommended that the girls arrive by 8:45 a.m. to be seated in the reserved area. It is encouraged to have Safety-wise adults sit with the girls in the reserved section.
As a reminder we are there representing the Town of Framingham Girl Scouts and are guests to the church, please help keep the girls quiet before, during and after the Mass.

Leaders please call/e-mail Mary Ann by the end of February for the following:
1. Those who would like to participate in the Mass as readers, altar servers, gift bearers, or door greeters. Please call early for this first come first serve opportunity.
2. With an approximate number of attendees to ensure adequate seating and for your troop’s number to be displayed at the end of the pew.

Final decision for helpers will be made on Feb. 28th

Since this will be a family event an Activity Application Form for the town will NOT be completed. Feel free to complete the form for your Troop if you wish.

Girl Scout Night with the Boston Celtics on Feb. 23

Get Balanced. The Celtics, 17 Time World Champions, go at it again! These are the hottest tickets in town and Girl Scouts of Eastern MA have them!
Every girl will receive a patch and a discount coupon to our the Pro-Shop.
Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Celtics vs NY Knicks
Adults are limited to Safety-Wise ratios, to maximize the number of tickets available to girls.
Tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. Space is limited.
Tickets will be available to be picked up at one of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Service Centers in the week prior to the game.
Tickets can be mailed, however, Council cannot be liable in the event the tickets are lost, stolen, or do not arrive in time.
NOTE: Face value of tickets is $45.00.

Program Level: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador, Adult
Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Game night: Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Fee: $48 (Scout), $48 (adult)

Daisy Day at the Museum of Science on May 1

The Museum of Science and Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts will host Daisy Day on May 1st from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for Scouts in grades K & first grade.
Do some fun science experiments, make a puppet, take a break for lunch (on your own) then explore the exhibit halls. This program introduces Daisies to science in a fun and interactive way. Leaders & adults are free under Safety-Wise ratios only.
Registration is $23 per Daisy Scout.
Siblings can not attend.
Registration is ongoing, but the event may fill up at anytime.
To register visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass Council Web site and click on programs.

Peter Pan Musical Matinee on Feb. 13 in Fall River

There will be a special matinee of Peter Pan: The High Flying Broadway Musical at Bristol Community College's Margaret Jackson Theatre in Fall River on Saturday, Feb. 13.
To buy tickets please call: 508-678-7031 and use code: GSEM (includes patch and Q&A) Imaginations will soar as girls, troops, and families explore the magical world of Peter Pan as he flies high through the skies on a great adventure!
This is a SPECIAL Girl Scout matinee performance followed by a Q&A session with the talented cast and directors.
Get out your pixie dust…we're off to Neverland!
Presented by Marquee Theatre Productions and Somerset Credit Union.
This special event, sponsored by Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Council, is for Scouts of all levels. Event starts at 1 p.m.
Cost is $12 per Scout and $12 per leader & chaperone.
Registration is closing soon.

Operation Snowflake for Cadette, Senior & Ambassador Scouts on feb. 13-14

Your Troop is invited to join other Girl Scouts at Camp Greenbrier in Acushnet on Feb. 13-14 for a great weekend of winter fun, adventure, camaraderie!
Hope for the challenge of snow!
This is the competitive winter camping event, attracting hundreds of teen Girl Scouts from around the Northeast & beyond.
Troops participate in competitive events like A-frame lashing, outdoor bake-offs, fire-building, wood-sawing, and more.
$15/troop and $10/ person fee includes ribbons (every Troop receives at least one), snacks, a patch, and a booklet to help your troop prepare for the event.
Many requirements for the Snowflake can be completed by attending this event.
This event is organized and run by Troop 80117 of Dartmouth, MA and is only for Cadette, Senior & Ambassador Scouts or Juliette Scouts in grades 7 – 12.
Online registration is not available.
To register, e-mail or call 774 766-6943 for more information.
Registration is closing soon.

Princess Pink Pudding Party on Saturday, March 6

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts will host a Princess Pink Pudding Party on Saturday, March 6 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Wynn Middle School in Tewksbury.
Get balanced. Be a princess for a day and find out what Pink Pudding is all about! Learn good manners and to treat others with respect, while working on fancy crafts. Manners Try-It included. For Daisys that are Bridging and First year Brownies. Adults are expected to help. Safety-wise rules apply.
Registration is closing soon.
Registration is $10.50 per Scout. Leaders and adult chaperones are free.
To register, visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Web site and click on programs & Daisy.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Service Unit Minutes from 1.12.10

Attendance: 8 leaders & adults
Next Meeting: Feb. 2.

* COOKIES: Cookie Chair = Helena at helenasic@... She is having trouble securing a "drop off site" for cookies this year and would appreciate any suggestions. If we can not get one, we will need to do a "trailer drop." A truck comes to a specified parking lot and the town has ONE hour to have each Troop pull up, off-load their own cookies, have them checked and then drive off. It would require that ALL troops send a representative during this small window of time (the delivery company picks the time not us)
* Council Updates: by Nancy Pollock = npollock@...
* Council Monthly newsletter sign-up: Go to GSEM Web site. Go to the bottom of the home page and look for â "sign-up for E newsletter" and follow the prompts
* Susan is keeping the Framingham Service Unit's Web site updated with new programs
* Camp brochures available in next couple of weeks
* Cookie Creations: An adult fundraiser to support GSEM, anyone may attend (not limited to GS), local chefs "whip up" an original creation using one of the eight varieties of GS cookies, Celebrity Judges will determine "Best Overall Dessert" and attendees will choose the "Crowd Favorite." complimentary appetizers, cash bar, silent auction, and raffle drawing. Tickets are $30 each or 2 for $50, RSVP: or 857-453-5336.
* Thurs, Jan 21 from 6-8pm at Hawthorne Hotel, Salem
* Thurs, Jan 28 from 6-8pm at The Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston
* Hanscom Air Force Base: Date correction = March 6: If your Troop is going and is willing to bring other cookie donations from our town please post this offer on Yahoo with specifics (i.e. date, time, and location to bring cookies)
***Town wide Events:
A. Girl Scout Sunday:
St Bridget Church will host a Mass on Sunday, March 7 at 9 a.m.
Note: If any Troop is organizing another GS Sunday Mass at your church feel free to post the details on Yahoo and send to this Web site.
B. Girl Scout Bowling: Fairways, Natick Saturday, March 6 More details to come.
C. Town Bridging: If there is enough interest we will hold this event in May or June, watch for more info

Friday, January 15, 2010

Scout Day at the Boston Blazers Lacrosse Game on Saturday, Jan. 30

The Boston Blazers will host a Scout day on Saturday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. at the TD Garden in Boston. The Blazerswill battle the Philadelphia Wings.
Inidvidual Scouts and a parent may purchase tickets.
The Blazers have several ways to recognize your Troop within the Garden along with the discounted ticket price of $10, which includes a limited edition Boston Blazers Scouts Patch.
This is the Boston Blazers only afternoon game of the season.
There is no minimum amount of tickets that have to be purchased to qualify for the discount, however if you do want to bring your entire Troop out for the day we do have a few milestone achievements:
* For 50 tickets purchased, your Troop's uniform will hang on the main concourse for all to see along with recognition on the Garden’s HDX Jumbotron and every Scout will receive a free set of glow in the dark Thunder Sticks.
* For 100 tickets purchased, your top cookie seller will be honored on the field and will participate in the Honorary Ball Drop to begin the game.

To purchase tickets e-mail and mention SCOUTS.
The deadline to order tickets i Wednesday, Jan. 27 or when the game sells out.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Service Unit Meeting - Tuesday, Jan. 12

All leaders and adult volunteers are welcome to attend the Framingham Service Unit's next meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at Plymouth House at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Watching Wildlife Program in Worcester on Feb. 13

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts is holding a Watching Wildlife Try-It Program at Broad Meadow Brook in Worcester on Saturday, February 13, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Have you ever taken a really close look at some of the animals that live in your neighborhood?
If you do, you'll discover many interesting things about them. Improve your observation skills and see how they 'talk', act and make homes. Then, take a hike on the sanctuary trails to try a bit of wildlife spotting! Earn your Watching Wildlife Try-It.
Safety-wise rules apply. Adults may be asked to help with the programming.
Registration closes on Feb. 6th or when 30 Brownies have registered.
Program is for Brownies and Juliette Scouts in grade 2 &3.
Event #: 4623
Cost: $8 per Brownie. Leaders and adult volunteers are free.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Making Music Try-It Program in Littleton on March 11

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts will offer a Music Exploration program at Indian Hill in Littleton on Thursday, March 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for Girl Scouts in grades K-5 (Daisy, Brownie or Junior).
Connect with Maestro Bruce Hangen and the Orchestra of Indian Hill for a fun-filled, educational evening to include: exploration of musical instruments, introduction to famous composers and the stories behind their music, discovery of musical patterns and rhythms, and listen to a live orchestra rehearsal.
Brownies and Juniors will complete their Making Music Try-it or badge.
Program is open to both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts.
Pizza dinner is included.
safety-wise rules apply, including # of adults.
Event #: 4676
Registration fee is $7 per Scout and $7 per leader and or adult chaperone.
Registration deadline is March 4 or when 40 Scouts have registered.
To register: Contact Deb Krebsra at 978-486-9524 x115 or e-mail Deb