Product Sales – Nuts

2016 Fall Nut Training

Hello Leaders, it is time again for the Girl Scout Fall Sales (a.k.a. “Nut

Reminder – All Troops MUST have their 2015/2016 Financials turned in before they can participate in Fall Sales. Your troop will not be able to sell if your financials are not turned in. Any questions regarding your troop’s Financials  should be directed to This does not apply to
troops formed after April, 2016.

* I am looking for one person at each training session to volunteer to put
together the paperwork packets for the Troops in attendance – this can be a
leader, parent or older girl scout. For older scouts, I can sign High School
volunteer hour forms if needed.

NOTE: If you are your own troop’s Fall Sales Coordinator please do not
volunteer at the session you are being trained at, as there is lots of new info
this year, and I don’t want you to miss anything.
If interested, let me know. Thanks in advance!

* I will also be looking for Warehouse volunteers (6-8 adults) to help sort
products on distribution day, Saturday, Nov 12th in the morning. If interested,
let me know.

2016 Fall Sales Coordinator Training:
New coordinator training should take about an hour, to an hour and fifteen
Returning coordinator training should take about 45 minutes.

Wednesday, 8/24
6:00pm New
7:15pm Returning
Casillas Elementary School MPR – 1130 East J Street, Chula Vista

Thursday, 9/8
6:00pm New
7:15pm Returning
Casillas Elementary School MPR – 1130 East J Street, Chula Vista

Thursday, 9/15
After the SU Meeting for New and Returning (will do all together) – start approx
Elks Lodge – 901 Elks Lane, Chula Vista

Sunday, 9/18
3pm New leaders
4:15p Returning
Otay Ranch Library (Eastlake)- The Hub meeting room at the Otay Ranch Mall near
the Food Court

My contact info:
(619) 370-9026 – text ok

Any questions, please let me know.

Stacy Becerra
Sunny Trails Fall Sales Coordinator


About Nut Sales

The Girl Scout Fall Sale is a “friends and family” sale that provides our troops and Individual Girl Members (IRMs) with the opportunity to earn start-up funds for the new Girl Scout membership year. All proceeds stay in San Diego and Imperial counties to benefit local Girl Scouts. Troops and IRMs earn funds for their activities and community projects, while the council’s proceeds support events, programs, volunteer training, camps and facilities, plus the financial assistance that keeps Girl Scouting available and affordable for all. Through this program activity, girls develop five important skills they will be able to use throughout their lives:

  1. Goal Setting
  2. Decision Making
  3. Money Management
  4. People Skills
  5. Business Ethics


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