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Virtual Advocacy Day

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What better way to celebrate 109 years of Girl Scouting than by joining together with your sister Girl Scouts from around Wisconsin for a special virtual Girl Scout Advocacy Day! For Girl Scouts in grades 6-12 on Friday, March 12 from 9:30-11:00 a.m. This will feature opportunities for all girls to connect directly with state lawmakers and voice the issues important to them.

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Girl Scouts Explore STEM!

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Troop 8210 had an egg drop competition! After checking out possible designs and getting supplies, they had to engineer their own creation. They did great and lots of fun was had! Egg drops are a fun and simple way to explore STEM - way to go Girl Scouts!

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Virtual Aviation Day

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Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts can attend Virtual Aviation Day with the Wisconsin Ninety Nines. Earn the aviation badge and explore the world of aviation through presentations from licensed pilots, flight test engineers, air traffic controllers, and more. This is a totally "unmanned" event as all presenters are qualified women in the field of aviation! 

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Gold Award Girl Scout Emma

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Emma, a Girl Scout from Manitowoc, recently became a Gold Award Girl Scout! She aimed to supply a duffel bag full of essentials for women at her local domestic violence center. In the end, she was able to donate over 20 fully-stocked duffel bags to InCourage. Emma also created posters, signs, flyers, presentations and videos about domestic violence - including the signs, how to get help, and the cycles of abuse - in order to raise awareness of domestic violence in her community and the world, and how supporting centers and shelters is extremely important.

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Astronomy Virtual Event

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The Manitou Council Girl Scout Astronomy Club would like to invite Girl Scouts in grades 7-12 to join us on Saturday, January 30, from 11:00 - 12:00 pm for “Indigenous Voices: Sharing the Wisconsin Sky.” Dr. Jean Creighton, the Director of the UW-Milwaukee Manfred Olson Planetarium, will be doing a special presentation via Zoom just for the astronomy club and Manitou Council Girl Scouts.

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