Programs and Patrols
These programs are for girls and have limited space available. Safety Checkpoint adults only.
Download Spark Today!
Spark is available for download and you are able to register for programs in Spark through the Online Registration. As always your feedback is welcome at email@example.com. Click on the links below to download the publication in the sections indicated.
Spark Spring/Summer 2014
If you would like to receive a paper copy of the 2014 Camp Guide, please email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first week of camp (June 16-20) at Camp Mountain House will be cancelled. For those registered, we are offering a full refund or $25 discount at camp any other week. For more information, email us at email@example.com.
The cost for Mosey Wood Sporty Girl Camp from August 3-8 (page 23 of the Camp Guide) is $330.
Mosey Wood Family Camp (page 50 of the Camp Guide) will be held August 29- September 1.
The Mountain House Day Camp Open House (page 37 of Camp Guide) will be held on Sunday, April 27 from 2-4PM. (The Program Guide incorrectly dated the Mountain House Day Camp Open House.)
The Dancing Feet wtih Acting Naturally event for grades 2-3 (page 14 of Program Guide) has been moved to Sunday, May 18, from 2-4PM.
Spark Fall 2013/Winter 2014
Spark Spring/Summer 2013
Awesome Opportunities is an exciting new venture that allows us to provide the best GSLE experience possible! Awesome Opportunities are programs that are developed and offered to girls in a more spontaneous fashion. We will continue to provide program offerings through Spark , but Awesome Opportunities allows us to offer programming on a rolling basis. These programs will be advertised through the Program Alert (sign up to receive here), our website, and Social Media (like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter). Registration will still be available through the online registration system, and all deadlines will be consistent with Spark programs.
If you have questions about Awesome Opportunities or would like to make a suggestion for a program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girl Scout Flag Ceremony
A flag ceremony is a way of showing love and respect for one's country. Flag ceremonies may be used for opening or closing meetings, bridging ceremonies, or retiring a worn flag. Ceremonies may take place in meeting rooms, in outdoor settings, in large auditoriums, on stage, even on horseback. All flag ceremonies share one thing in common—respect for the flag. Click here to find out more.
The Fashion Patrol
Interest Patrol for girls 6 -12 grade Fashionistas! If doodling dresses on paper, setting friends straight on style, or mixing-and-matching every item in your closet is what you do best, join the Fashion Patrol. You’ll learn more about fashion through workshops on fibers, accessories, sewing techniques, embellishments and more —all to get ready for the Patrol’s “Project Runway.” Contact Karen Zimmerman at 610.760.1887 or email@example.com.
The Heritage Patrol
The Heritage Patrol is dedicated to learning about local Lehigh Valley heritage, sharing this knowledge with others and providing service to local organizations working to preserve our heritage. They provide special events for Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors, history-related field trips. Click here to visit their web site, www.gsepheritagepatrol.com, for full event details and click here to see their Summer events. Contact Betsy Cutler at 610-395-2721, 610-737-2545 for more information.
The Berks County Museum Patrol
The Berks County Museum Patrol is an interest patrol that has something for girls of all ages! The patrol is made up of girls who are in 7th through 12th grade (Cadette through Ambassador Girl Scouts). Girls in the patrol gain leadership experience while they work with younger girls by leading activities, singing songs, and helping to plan the overnight. Our patrol members also have the opportunity to make new friends from around the council and have a ton of fun! The patrol runs overnight programs for girls who are Daisy, Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts, where they can have fun, make cool projects, and learn something new, all while sleeping over in a museum. If you're interested in learning more about us volunteering, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSEP FIRST Robotics Patrol
Grades: k–3 Junior FIRST Lego League
Grades: 4–8 FIRST Lego League
Grades: 9–12 FIRST Robotics Competition
Do you have an interest in science and technology, or are you struggling with science and technology? The Robotics Patrol is the place for you! Gain skills in computers, research,problem solving, public speaking, team building, and so much more! This Interest Patrol is focused on the FIRST Robotics competitions (http://www.usfirst.org/)
and competes throughout the Philadelphia area, and helps run technology events for GSEP. Jr FLL meets August thru Jan FLL Meetings run June through February. Jr FLL and FLL meets on Wednesday nights from 6–8pm and Sunday evenings as needed during the competition season. FRC runs all year long, but on a reduced schedule from may till Sept
All teams are now taking new memebers. Join us now to get started and learn all the basics! Teams forming NOW and competition begins in September! Our Motto is “We
Can Do It!” and so can you! Come learn and have fun in a Girl Scout environment that promotes confidence, courage, and character! Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have at GsepRoboticsPatrol@yahoo.com