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A Year of Daisy Girl Scouts (Great for new leaders)

Culture Cottage - Global SWAPS and Activities (
Great for Thinking Day information!)

SWAPS -What are they and some links

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Camping Information


 If you will be camping and are looking for good information, check out the Leader Camp pdf files attached  below, or to see the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta's file, click here:
  You will find maps of the campgrounds in the file as well as a wealth of information.



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Arts & Crafts

Color Me Pottery - 1210 Hwy 85 in Fayetteville.

Pottery Patio - 93 Main Street, Sharpsburg.

Service Project Links

Beanies For Baghdad -

Project Linus -  tie fleece blankets to donate.

Plant a Row for the Hungry    -girls of all ages can help plant and harvest food to donate to the local food bank.


Habitat for Humanity -

-for older girls, this is a great opportunity to get out in the community and actually participate in the building of a house -for younger girls that may not be ready for the actual building they can use the Card Creation Kit ( to help by making cards for donors and recipients


One Warm Coat -  /  -girls of all ages can organize and participate in a coat drive


Hannah’s    -girls of all ages can organize and participate in a sock drive


Pocket Flag    -flags may be purchased in packets of 300 for $70.  -girls of all ages can fold the flags that are distributed to service members.


Operation Happy    -this is a good project for girls of all ages, but especially younger girls that want to help animals but may not be old enough to assist at the shelter.  -girls make cat toys and distribute to shelters -a patch is available for this project.


Halloween Against Hunger -  /  - a Halloween themed food drive that is good for girls of all ages


Pinwheels for    -girls of all ages can make and set up the display -as a larger project, older girls can organize a display. 

Service Project Ideas

  • Plant trees or wildflowers.
  • Pick up litter at a park. 
  • Put on a play at your school, a fair or festival about local environmental or human needs issues.
  • Make treats for a local senior home.
  • Improve the school grounds.
  • Develop and maintain a recycling program at school.
  • Collect food, warm clothing, toys, or personal care items for the needy. Deliver to shelters. Remember shelters are in need of supplies all year long!
  • Hold a Teddy Bear and Friends (Stuffed Animals) Drive. Donate the collected animals to a Homeless Shelter for new arrivals.
  • Collect unused make-up, perfume and other cosmetics for a center for abused women.
  • Make center pieces, holiday cards, birthday cards, and notes for assisted living facilities, children hospital wards, or meals on wheels.
  • Donate old eye glasses to an organization or place that recycles them for the needy.
  • Collect old clothes and donate them for a dress-up area at a daycare or family shelter.
  • Make a holiday basket for someone in need or crisis.
  • Write letters to service men/women.
  • Put together a care-package for service men/women.  
  • Form a litter patrol on school or park ground.
  • In December contact a tree farm or nursery about donating a Christmas tree to a needy family, shelter or nursing home.
  • Crayola Drive...Kids in the hospital use lots of art supplies!  Children use Crayola crayons (small packs of 4 or 8 crayons work best), Crayola markers (bold, thin, washable, Color Wonder), Crayola colored pencils and construction paper. All supplies must be new.

Ruff Ruffman Girl Scout Patch

Attention:  Brownies and Juniors

Give your Girl Scouts, ages 6-10, the opportunity to feel like FETCH! contestants by challenging them to earn the FETCH! Patch.  The hands-on FETCH! activities on the following pages extend the science and engineering learning introduced during the show.  Your girls will tackle challenges, solve problems, and devise creative solutions while doing hands-on activities that require easy-to-?  nd materials.

For directions for activities:

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Girl Scouts of the USA
National Council Website

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