Service Unit Information

We are Sunnytrails Service Unit, number 668 in the San Diego Girl Scout Council. Sunnytrails Service Unit Meetings are on the third Thursday each month (except for December, June and July) at 7 pm at the Elk’s Club in Chula Vista on Telegraph Canyon Road. You are invited to join other leaders and troop volunteers and parents of independent  Girl Scouts in the area for Service Unit news, events and networking! We offer childcare for a nominal fee during the meetings.


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10 Seriously Fun and Memorable Summer Activities

Make some memories. Try some of these activities this summer with your troop! ice-cream

  1. Make Ice Cream in a Bag-Ingredients for one girl 1/2 cup Milk or half and half,  1 Tbsp. Sugar,  1/2 tsp. Vanilla 1 Quart Zip-lock Bag 1 Gallon Zip-lock Bag or large coffee can Ice Rock Salt or regular salt A towel (for melting ice clean-up) Newspaper or mittens or socks on your hands Tape (Masking or Duct is best) Pour all pre-measured ingredients into the Quart bag, squeeze out all the air and put a little tape across the zipped top so that it doesn't open up. Place 1-2 Quart bags into the Gallon bag half full of ice or a large coffee can and 6 Tablespoons of salt of rock salt. Seal the Gallon bag shut. Wrap in newspaper and tape closed or put mittens or socks on your hands or wrap in a towel. Or if you're using a large can you can duct tape around the top. Toss the bag back and forth (or roll the can back and forth) to a partner approximately 5-10 minutes. The ice cream will then be soft serve and ready to eat. Cut one corner and squeeze it out into your mouth or add fresh fruit or some crushed nuts and eat with a spoon out of the bag and enjoy!
  2. Make a Laugh Train or a Circle Lapsit lapsit To do a lapsit you stand in a tight circle and all sit back on each other's laps at the same time. Another variation is the laugh train. This is best done when you're laying on your backs in the grass. Each girl puts her head on someone else's stomach. When one starts to laugh everyone else will laugh and all the heads will bounce up and down. Variation - Back scratching train, hair braiding train, massage train etc.
  3. Scavenger Hunt Divide the troop into smaller teams and send them out to find a list of things within a certain amount of time. This could be nature objects if you're at a park or types of trash or pictures with different landmarks or items found door to door. It's also fun to have your older girls make a scavenger hunt for younger girls. Here are some examples: Girl Scout Council at Balboa Scavenger Hunt Old Town Scavenger Hunt  (and patch!) Balboa Park Scavenger Hunt  Quick Hunts has some nice ideas for scavenger hunts around the school, in a park etc.
  4.  Make Armpit Fudge - fudge Armpit Fudge 1/2 cup confectioner’s sugar 1 tablespoon butter 2 teaspoons cream cheese or 1/2 slice american cheese 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 teaspoons unsweetened cocoa powder. Put all of the ingredients in a resealable plastic bag. Squeeze the air out of the bag and seal it. Knead the bag until all of the ingredients are thoroughly mixed. You can use your armpits, your knees, your hands–anything you can think of to warm and soften the ingredients and smush the bag! After the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, you can add some chopped nuts or mini m&ms or raisins. Open the bag and eat with a spoon or chill slightly to get a more firm and fudgy consistency.  It's also good with peanut butter instead of cocoa as long as you don't have any peanut allergies!
  5. Friendship Bracelets - Any project that takes a long time and is easy to fold up into your pocket is great for summer! bracelets My girls loved making friendship bracelets from embroidery floss. Here's a terrific website that will get you started: http://friendship-bracelets.net/tutorials.php
  6. Shooting Stars and Sparkle Smiles - summer is a great time to look for shooting stars and if you don't see any you make your own. the_stars_banner The big perseid meteor shower August 12 2016 would be a great time to find a place to sleep outside with your troop and watch for shooting stars. The perseids are always in mid-august. If it's a cloudy night then be sure to bring some wintergreen lifesavers. When you chomp on those with your mouth open you'll see green flashes of light. Almost as fun as shooting stars.
  7. Capture the Flag - is a classic game for summer evenings. All you need are 2 bandanas and two teams. capture the flag The field is divided into two clearly designated halves, known as territories. Players form two teams, one for each territory. Each side has a "flag" which is most often a piece of fabric, but can be any object small enough to be easily carried by a person (night time games might use flashlights, glowsticks or lanterns as the "flags"). It is also suggested that teams wear dark colors at night to make it more difficult for their opponents to see them. If one team has the opposing team's flag on their territory they may be tagged because they have the opposing team's flag.The objective of the game is for players to make their way into the opposing team's territory, grab the flag and return with it to their own territory without being tagged. The flag is defended mainly by tagging opposing players who attempt to take it. Within their own territory players are "safe", meaning that they cannot be tagged by opposing players. Once they cross into the opposing team's territory they are vulnerable.
  8. M&M game - I used to use the M&M game as a "get to know each other" game and we often used it to brainstorm ideas for the troop calendar. The idea is that each color of M & M represents a different category. You pick an M&M out of the bowl and then have to share an idea in that category...you can come up with other ideas on your own. 6533753255_537c347d96_o Get to Know You M&M  Game Yellow - favorite subject or thing to do at school or favorite book Blue – what’s one favorite food Brown – what are you looking forward to doing this summer? Green –favorite thing you’ve done or going to do with Girl Scouts Red – something about your family or pets Orange - things you like to do: indoors or outdoors or favorite sport Troop Calendar M&M Game Yellow - what journey would you like to work on? Blue – what badge looks interesting to you? Brown – where would you like to go camping? Green –name something we should do outdoors this year Red – what community service project would you like to do? Orange - what game, craft or other activity should we do?
  9. Cup Stacking- Cup stacking is a worldwide competition but your girls will think it's fun! They might even get really good at it! Council has some stacks you can check out in the resource room or try it with
10. Sand Sculptures It's fun to go to the beach in the summertime and look for treasures. Take bags and gloves and it becomes a clean up, Sing songs afterward around a fire ring and it becomes a bonfire. My older girl scouts loved going to the beach for a bonfire and it was a great end of summer celebration. Turn in an activity approval if you're going to go in the water and pick a beach with a lifeguard on duty! One of our favorite things to do at the beach was to make a beach sculpture or candle. sand-castingPour some water on the sand, make a "mold" using a cup or your foot or hand, decorate it with stones and shells, pour it full of plaster of paris or melted wax and let it set up. Rinse it off, dry it and spray it with shellac to keep it shiny. It makes a great paper weight, book end or even a fancy bowl! I like to mix plaster in a zip loc bag. Scoop a cup or more into a gallon bag. Add water and mush out all the lumps till it's smooth and thick as sour cream. Pour into your mold. Look for many more ideas on the Sunnytrails Pinterest boards!

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November 2015 Service Unit Meeting Agenda

Please join us at our monthly service unit meetings, 3rd Thursday of the month at 7 pm, where you can find out about great program opportunities and hear council and service unit news! Sunnytrails Service Unit Meeting Agenda November 19, 2015 - Led by Susan Leibold Meeting Begins:   Babysitting: Provided by Amanda Becerra, suggested donation of $3/child Flag Ceremony: Sign up sheet at the back table. Troop/Girl Announcements: Star Light Parade- Dec 5 – Troop 6070 Donna Gilbert donnargilbert@gmail.com Father Daughter Gingerbread House Event on Dec 12 at Elks Lodge; $20/couple; Sponsored by Troop 5137 Santa’s Workshop - Dec. 9. at Balboa, 3 sessions; $15/Girl Scout. Hosted by Troop 6058, Questions Marilou Thomas call/text 619-243-9694 Upcoming Events: Caroling at Eastlake Village Walk - evenings in the month of December until Dec 24 Wreaths Across America - Contact Rochielle for more information, GStroop6057@gmail.com Nut Sales Money Due – Friday, Dec 4, 2015   Important Dates for Cookie Program - Go to http://www.sdgirlscouts.org/en/cookies/for-cookie-volunteers.html Sunnytrails 2016 Cookie Kickoff –Jan 9, 2016 at Mt. Hawk Park; $8/Girl Scout includes patch-  Marilou Thomas call/text 619-243-9694 Cookie Rally-Sun Jan 10, 2016 at SD Zoo Safari Park in Escondido. Sponsored by GS of San Diego. Register online at http://www.sdgirlscouts.org/content/sdgirlscouts/en/events/event-list/cookierally.html Cookie Program - Sun, Jan 24 Cookie Program begins World Thinking Day – Feb 20th at Mt. Hawk Park;$3/Girl Scout includes patch and snack -  Marilou Thomas call/text 619-243-9694 Booth Sales -Friday, February 5, 2016. Booth sales begin Cookie Program Ends - Sunday,March 6, 2016 Cookie Program ends, Booth sales end. Bunny Hop - Saturday, March 12, 2016. Save the date. More information to come at next meeting. Songfest & Earth Day Celebration - Friday, April 10, 2015. Save the date. More information to come at next meeting. Encampment at Whispering Oaks - May 13-15, 2016. Save the date. More information to come at next meeting. Sequoia & Kings Canyon Camping Trip - June 19-25, 2016. Save the date. More information to come at next meeting. Other Announcements: Stacy Becerra-Nut Chair Service Unit Team SU Team Managers:    Trish Riley managerSrAmb@gssunnytrails.com;     Susan Leibold managerjrcad@gssunnytrails.com;     Marie Golembesky managerdbr@gssunnytrails.com Membership Recruitment Specialist – Marlyn Carrillo mcarrillo@sdgirlscouts.org Fall Products Sales - Traci Emerick troop5015@yahoo.com and Stacy Becerra Financial: Sabine Manish Registrar: Laarni Verdolin registrar@gssunnytrails.com: www.sdgirlscout.org/register Website (www.gssunnytrails.com): Adelina Dequito website@gssunnytrails.com Send photos! Activity Consultant: Consuelo Quintanar activityapproval@gssunnytrails.com ph. 253-9977 Travel Pathways Regional Coordinator:  Debbie Lechner, lechner@cox.net, www.gssunnytrails.com/travel Recognitions:  Jennifer Chavarria & Heidi Russell recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Cookie Sales: K-5th Support Specialist-Elisa Villarreal evillarreal@sdgirlscouts.org Next Service Unit Meeting: January 21, 2016 7:00 p.m. @ Elks Lodge

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Sunnytrails Service Unit Meeting Agenda October 15, 2015

Led by Trish Riley at the Elk's Lodge on Telegraph Canyon Rd. (meetings on the third Thursday every month) Meeting Begins:   Babysitting: Provided by Amanda Becerra, suggested donation of $3/child Flag Ceremony: Sign up sheet at the back table.   Troop/Girl Announcements: Katie Cote: Spain Destination, Destination Applications due Nov 1. Father Daughter Halloween Dance - Sat Oct 24 6-9pm, Sponsored by Troop 5026 Day of the Dead Celebration - Sun Oct 25, Sponsored by Troop 6114, all ages Star Light Parade- Dec 5 – Troop 6070 Donna Gilbert donnargilbert@gmail.com Father Daughter Gingerbread House Event on Dec 12 at St Rose of Lima; $20/couple; Sponsored by Troop 5137   Upcoming Events: Camp Surf- Oct. 16-18, 2015, $116 or $118 per person, open to Brownies and up, hosted camp, Orders Due for Nut Sales - Tue Oct 20 Song Fest/Juliette Lowe’s Birthday - Fri Oct 23 or Sat Oct 24, Sponsored by Troop 6059 Chemistry Colors Our World- Oct 24- See flyer on back table Nut Sales Delivery – Nov. 7 Money Madness Badge Workshop, Brownies and Juniors – Nov. 14, Troop 6058 Brownie Badge Workshop for Snacks, Fair Play, and First Aid Badges, Troop 5063, Nov 21 Nut Sales Money Due – Dec 4 Santa’s Workshop- Dec. 19 Troop 6058 Marilou Thomas Ski Trip - Jan 6th- Troop 5221 Cookie Kickoff – Jan 9, 2015 SunnytrailsMarilou Thomas World Thinking Day – Feb 20th - SunnytrailsMarilou Thomas   Other Announcements: Otay Ranch Parade-Not being held this year Deb Lechner- Inclusion Specialist Ann Canter acanter@sdgirlscouts.org - email or call her for ideas or resources to help with inclusion. kitonline.org -resources for inclusion, Getting Started with your Troop and Basic Overnights are two great trainings online. Get started by emailing training@sdgirlscouts.org Stacy Becerra-Nut Chair Cookies-Emily Miranda-Santellis Product Sales Manager- Tanya Robinson   Service Unit Team Let the managers know SU Team Managers:   Trish Riley managerSrAmb@gssunnytrails.com; Susan Leibold managerjrcad@gssunnytrails.com; Marie Golembesky managerdbr@gssunnytrails.com Membership Recruitment Specialist – Marlyn Carrillo mcarrillo@sdgirlscouts.org Fall Products Sales - Traci Emerick troop5015@yahoo.com and Stacy Becerra Financial: Sabine Manish Registrar: Laarni Verdolin registrar@gssunnytrails.com: www.sdgirlscout.org/register Website (www.gssunnytrails.com): Adelina Dequito website@gssunnytrails.com Send photos! Activity Consultant: Consuelo Quintanar activityapproval@gssunnytrails.com ph. 253-9977 Travel Pathways Regional Coordinator:  Debbie Lechner, lechner@cox.net, www.gssunnytrails.com/travel Recognitions:  Jennifer Chavarria & Heidi Russell recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Cookie Sales: K-5th Support Specialist-Elisa Villarreal evillarreal@sdgirlscouts.org Next Service Unit Meeting: November 19, 2015 7:00 p.m. @ McMillan  

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August 20, 2015 Service Unit Meeting Agenda

We had about 100 leaders at tonight's meeting! Unfortunately we only printed 88 agendas. For those of you who didn't get one, here it is: Sunnytrails Service Unit Meeting Agenda Aug 20, 2015 - Led by Susan Leibold Meeting Begins: Babysitting: Provided by Troop 6059, suggested donation of $3/child Flag Ceremony: by Troop 5059 Troop/Girl Announcements: Troop 6070- Brownies and Juniors Lock-In Aug 28-29 Upcoming Events: Sunnytrails Swap Meet- Aug 20th -Back table swap meet. You're welcome to bring more things to swap next month. Brownies & Juniors Lock-In - Aug 28-29 Sponsored by Troop 6070, Deadline to register, Aug 21 Girl Scout Round Up -Round Up will be Sept 8 at CV Elem School District. Sept 9 at CV Civic Library is for Chula Vista Service Unit 6:30-8:30 CHANGED Brownie Home Scientist Badge Workshop - Sep 12 Sponsored by Troop 5109 CA Coastal Clean Up Day-Sat, Sept 19, 9am-12noon. Hosted by Troop 5009. Register at www.cleanupday.org, choose ZONE 5, Rice Canyon at Discovery Park Daisy Days - Sat Oct 10, Troop 6070 Camp Surf- Oct. 16-18, 2015, $116 or $118 per person, open to Brownies and up, hosted camp, Local Training: Troop Tripping-Wed Sept 2, 6:00-9:00 CHANGED at St. Mark’s Church, corner of Hilltop Dr. and I St. Register through Council for training Insider’s Guide to Bridging in San Francisco- Wed Sept 9, 6:30-9:30 at St. Mark’s Church, corner of Hilltop Dr. and I St. Register through Council for training Introduction to Destinations Workshop – Thurs Oct 8, 6:30-8:30 Song Fest/Juliette Lowe’s Birthday - Fri Oct 23 or Sat Oct 24, Sponsored by Troop 6059 Father Daughter Halloween Dance - Sat Oct 24 6-9pm, Sponsored by Troop 5026 Day of the Dead Celebration - Sun Oct 25, Sponsored by Troop 6114, all ages Train Trip to LA- Saturday- Nov 7 Events at Council Urban Campout - Fri Sept 11 6-10:30 pm, Theme: Island Treasures, Grown-ups only register at sdgirlscouts.org Coastal Habitat Restoration Event-Sat Sept 26, 9am-12noon at Dog Beach in Ocean Beach, more information go to www.volunteermatch.org, search “Coastal Habitat Restoration” Destinations Expo-Tue Sept 29, 6:30pm at Balboa Program Center Fall Nut Sales Begin - Fri Oct 2 Outdoor Skills Weekend - Oct 2-4 (Fri-Sun) Grown-ups only, register at sdgirlscouts.org Upcoming Orders Due for Nut Sales - Tue Oct 20 Girl Scout Round up - Thurs Oct 22, 6:30-8:30 TBD, Other Announcements: Council New Treasurer for Sunnytrails- Sabine Manish Spring Cookies Sales need a Coordinator Service Unit Team SU Team Managers: Trish Riley managerSrAmb@gssunnytrails.com; Susan Leibold managerjrcad@gssunnytrails.com; Marie Golembesky managerdbr@gssunnytrails.com Membership Recruitment Specialist – Marlyn Carrillo mcarrillo@sdgirlscouts.org Fall Products Sales - Traci Emerick troop5015@yahoo.com and Stacy Becerra Financial: Sabine Manish Registrar: Laarni Verdolin registrar@gssunnytrails.com: www.sdgirlscout.org/register Website (www.gssunnytrails.com): Adelina Dequito website@gssunnytrails.com Send photos! Activity Consultant: Consuelo Quintanar activityapproval@gssunnytrails.com ph. 253-9977 Travel Pathways Regional Coordinator: Debbie Lechner, lechner@cox.net, www.gssunnytrails.com/travel Recognitions: Jennifer Chavarria & Heidi Russell recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Cookie Sales: Next Service Unit Meeting: September 17, 2015 7:00 p.m. @ Elks Lodge Community Partners Expo!! - Thurs Sept 17, 5:30-7pm at Elks Lodge. Need 4-6 Older Girl Scouts (cadette & up) to volunteer from 4:30-7:15pm. They will get community service hours.

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August 20 Service Unit Meeting

Hi Leaders, We have a meeting this week at the Elk Lodge, Chula Vista, 7pm.   We are also having our swap meet at the back tables during our meeting!  Start cleaning out the old stuff and pass it on to another troop. Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose! There are two events in September looking for volunteers. If your troop is looking to give back to the community check out these events:
  • Saturday, Sept 19: Coastal Clean Up, for more information and to register go to http://www.cleansd.org/
  • Saturday, Sept 26: Coastal Habitat Restoration, for more information and to RSVP go to http://www.volunteermatch.org/ and search "coastal habitat restoration."
If your troop was heading up one or both of these events, please let me know. I will give your troop recognition in the Aug. SU Meeting Agenda, and your troop can have a chance to make an announcement at the meeting. The Managers

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Community Partners Fall Expo September 2015

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March 19th, 2015 Sunnytrails Service Unit Meeting Agenda

-Led by SU Manager, Susan Leibold Check out our website for more details on events you hear about tonight! Meeting Begins:   Babysitting: Provided by Troop 6057, suggested donation of $3/child Flag Ceremony: by Troop 5239 we are taking signups for flag ceremony Troop/Girl Announcements: Junior Badge Workshop-March 21, Troop 5026 Outdoor Gourmet- April 17th to 19th Troop 5026- Event is Full- Payment Due Tonight after general meeting. Upcoming Events: Jr Badge Workshop- March 21st Troop 5026, spots are available, contact Claudia Silva troop5026@gmail.com Thinking Outside the Box-March 31st Troop 6057 FULL, wait list available on website, sign up to be contacted if space clears and/or priority registration for next scheduled event http://girlscouttroop6075.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2139077441 Roller Skating-April 4th Troop 5283 Consuelo con.murillo@cox.net Songfest and Earth Day Fair-April 12th, Spots available,-Jennifer Chavarria 619-733-5291 troop6059@gmail.com Outdoor Gourmet-April 17th to 19th, Sweetwater Summit, Troop 5026, SOLD OUT Sunnytrails Calendar Planning Meeting- April 23, 7pm McMillan Library, All leaders are invited to attend Earth Day/Health Kids Event- April 25th 10:00 to 2:00 at Otay Ranch Town Center- Deb Lechner Cosmic Bowl- May 2, 2015 5-7pm at Brunswick Bowl, Heidi Russell Volunteer Appreciation Dinner-May 28th-Sweetwater Summit-Jennifer Chavarria & Heidi Russell Sunnytrails Bridging- May 30, Troop 5283 con.murillo@cox.net Bryce/Zion Canyons Summer Camping- June 22-27, 2015 Stacy Becerra & Consuelo Quintanar Camp Surf- Oct. 16-18, 2015 Guest Speakers Updates from Council- Council Rep/Debbie Lechner Lindsay Matteson, Challenge Course Specialist at Balboa, speaking on camps, both residential and day Activity Consultant Consuelo Quintanar to discuss appropriate use of Cookie Funds. Announcements Recognitions Nominations for Awards of Distinctions for Service Unit and also Council Awards deadline to submit nomination paperwork is April 16. Bring to next SU meeting or email them to Jennifer or Heidi at recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Troop Financials- Due June 1, 2015 to SU Treasurer, email questions and financial reports to: treasurer@gssunnytrails.com Volunteers for Nut Chair and Cookie Chair Recognitions Breakout Session: Mini-training on the new financial reporting form and procedures for reporting troop financials for fiscal year 2014-15, by Debbie Lechner Service Unit Team Reports: SU Team Managers: Trish Riley managerSrAmb@gssunnytrails.com; Susan Leibold managerjrcad@gssunnytrails.com; Marie Golembesky managerdbr@gssunnytrails.com Volunteer Support Coordinator - Jennifer Maldonado vsc@gssunnytrails.com Membership Development Coordinator - Blanca Santos mdc@gssunnytrails.com Fall Products Sales - Traci Emerick troop5015@yahoo.com Finances: Dolly de la Rosa Kania treasurer@gssunnytrails.com Registrar: Laarni Verdolin registrar@gssunnytrails.com: www.sdgirlscout.org/register Website (www.gssunnytrails.com): Adelina Dequito website@gssunnytrails.com Send photos! Activity Consultant: Consuelo Quintanar activityapproval@gssunnytrails.com ph. 253-9977 Travel Pathways Regional Coordinator:  Debbie Lechner, lechner@cox.net, www.gssunnytrails.com/travel Recognitions:  Jennifer Chavarria & Heidi Russell recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Cookie Sales: Adrianna & Lisa Johnson Next Service Unit Meeting: April 16, 2014 7:00 p.m. @ Elks Lodge

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January 2015 Service Unit Meeting Agenda

Please join us at the Elk's Club on January 15th for our monthly service unit meeting! The meeting is open to leaders or parents in any of the troops in the Sunnytrails Service Unit. We share important dates and offer sign ups for upcoming events and activities. Come to find out more about the upcoming cookie sale, the spring Outdoor Gourmet Encampment and much more! The small service unit team meeting starts at 6 pm and the general meeting for everyone starts at 7 pm. January 2015 Service Unit Meeting Agenda

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Sunnytrails Service Unit Meeting Agenda September 18, 2014

The monthly service unit meeting begins at 7pm at the Elk's Club on Telegraph Canyon Road on the third Thursday of the month. All leaders, other troop parents and interested parents of independent girls are welcome to attend! We also welcome girl scouts who want to make announcements about take action projects and money earning projects that they are organizing! Contact one of our managers to get on the agenda. Babysitting: Provided by Senior Girl Scout Megan Fredrickson Meeting Begins: Flag Ceremony and Girl Scout Promise Girl Announcements: Halloween Father-Daughter Dance- Troop 5026 October 25th 6-9pm Elks Lodge. Claudia Silva troop5029@gmail.com Brownie Science Badge Workshop-Troop 5109 October 11th Two sessions to choose from 10 to  noon or 1:30 to 3:30 MacKenzie Creek Park $8 per girl Angie Lutz Daisy Days at the Park 10/11th 10:30 to noon Mckenzie Creek Park Troop 6070 luvearth@hotmail.com Ice Blocking/Juliette Low Birthday Celebration 10/25th 1:00 to 3:00 Santa Cora Park Troop 6070 luvearth@hotmail.com Global Arms of Advocacy International Day of the Girl Conference October 11th,1:00 to 4:00 $10 per girl Troop 5283 Destinations Expo September 23, 6:30-8pm Balboa Troop 5283. Leader In Action Award Troop 5389 Guest Speaker: Chris Carstens, San Diego/Imperial Girl Scout Council  Board of Directors Freddy Lindo, Business Banking Specialist, Wells Fargo Bank Upcoming Events: Outdoor Skills Weekend - Adult encampment October 3-5pm. register at councils website. www.sdgirlscouts.org Girl Scout Community Expo October 16th 5:30 to 7 p.m. (prior to October SU meeting)  Elks Lodge jchavarria@thevalleyviewcc.com Camp Surf- Oct 17-19 Full Dawn Cuizon drcuizon@gmail.com Meet the Freedom Dogs Help Our Heroes #2- October 19th 1 to 4 p.m. Balboa Program Center $8 per girl Troops 6059 & 6057 jchavarria@thevalleyviewcc.com Train Trip to LA Nov 1st 7am-7pm, Deb Lechner manager@gssunnytrails.com Event and Series Director Training at Balboa Nov 19 5:30-9:30pm. Deb Lechner manager@gssunnytrails.com Holiday Parade at Otay Ranch Town Center November 22, Community Events: Annual Costal Cleanup - September 20th, 9 am to noon, register online at: www.cleanupday.org For more info contact troop 5009 Dolly De La Rosa  ddkania@gmail.com Mini-Training Girl Lead Events  (Consuelo) Service Unit Team Reports: SU Team Managers: Trish Riley managerSrAmb@gssunnytrails.com; Susan Leibold managerjrcad@gssunnytrails.com; Marie Golembesky managerdbr@gssunnytrails.com Council news: Volunteer Support Coordinator - Jennifer Maldonado  vsc@gssunnytrails.com Membership Development Coordinator - Blanca Santos  mdc@gssunnytrails.com Fall Products Sales - Traci Emerick with latest on Nut Sales & training dates  troop5015@yahoo.com Finances: Dolly de la Rosa Kania treasurer@gssunnytrails.com Financial Reports Due May 1st!! Registrar: Laarni Verdolin registrar@gssunnytrails.com: www.sdgirlscout.org/register Website (www.gssunnytrails.com): Adelina Dequito website@gssunnytrails.com Send photos! Activity Consultant: Consuelo Quintanar activityapproval@gssunnytrails.com ph. 253-9977 Travel Pathways Regional Coordinator:  Debbie Lechner, lechner@cox.net, 619 421-3582, www.gssunnytrails.com/travel Recognitions:  Heidi Rusell recognitions@gssunnytrails.com Next Service Unit Meeting: October 16, 2014 7:00 p.m. @ Elks Lodge!  Community Partners Expo at 5:30 p.m. before the Service Unit meeting!  

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Community Partners Expo October 16

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