7 Ways to Be Respectful (And a One-Step Trick to Getting More Respect From Others)
While respect should be second nature to us (Aretha made darn sure we knew how to spell it and practice it), there seems to be a major deficit of it in our world today. From mean tweets to cliquish behavior on the playground, respect is plainly overdue for a comeback. The good news is that you can play a big role in starting a respect revolution just by modeling respect for yourself and teaching your girl to follow suit.
Earn the Black History Month Fun Patch
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements and contributions of the African American and Black communities—a time (though not the only time!) for emphasizing the central role of this varied community throughout U.S. history.
We’ve got plenty of activities for your family to choose from as you join the Black History Month celebration. You’ll discover and learn your way to earning a Fun patch!
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|Registration is open for camp this summer, but you may have questions. Join us at an upcoming Virtual Campfire or Taste of Camp event to learn more about options for your girl. |
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World Thinking Day
This February 22, celebrate our global sisterhood by standing up for causes that could improve the lives of
girls around the globe. Plus, earn a cool patch!
Find more programs today at gswny.org/events
|Junior Drawing Virtual Badge Workshop||Juniors||February 12|
|Outdoor Adventure Day||All||February 19|
|Winter Starry Night at Camp||All||February 19|
|Daisy Martial Arts||Daisies||February 20|
|Gold Award Training||Seniors|
|Create Your Own Squash Book||Juniors|
|Create a Japanese Block Print||Cadette|
|Brownie Martial Arts||Brownies||March 13|
|Intermediate Winter Camping||Seniors|
|SPCA Girl Scout Voice for the Animals Badge||Seniors||March 19|
|Virtually Outdoors – Fire Building||Daisies|
|Day with an Engineer||Juniors|
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