The Betsyanne Eblast for Feb. 27th, 2015: Update: CRAFTS FEST CANCELLED, Annual Meeting, WKU Dance Clinic, Save the Date

Resending with update - Crafts Fest has been cancelled


The Campus Scouts Craft Fest Program has been cancelled but will be rescheduled for another time.  They had fewer than ten registrations - not enough to run the program.

Payments will be returned to the people who sent them in.

It is time to register for the GS of Kentuckiana Annual Meeting.
You can find the information about annual meeting on the GSK website. Scroll to the bottom of the main page, under NEWS and you will find the link to the information page.

Be sure to share this information with all DELEGATES, ALTERNATES and area members today!!!!

Event Updates
WKU Topperette Dance Clinic - New Date
Due to inclement weather last weekend the Dance Clinic has been re-scheduled for Saturday March 7, 2015.
Registration is still open! If you would like to attend contact:
Sally Wolf at 270-872-0384, or

Save the Date
Girl Scout Day with WKU Softball

Sunday April, 12 2015
$10 per person
Includes pre-game picnic with choice of hot dog or hamburger, chips and drink. Additional details to come.

Kentuckiana Camps!

CampInTouch - This link was posted to the Warren County FB page recently.

Camp Registration: Kentuckiana Girl Scout camps are so much fun. See the brochures and sign up.

Look for an update on Warren County Day Camps soon. You can also sign up to help as an adult volunteer or be a camper using the forms at the Warren County FB page.

The KYANA Camps pages for both Camp Shantituck and Camp Bear Creek have information on some of the camp sessions and also photos!

Recently Added: (news after publication time)
More Summer Camp information is available at many of the Facebook pages and also on the KYANA camp pages this week. Look for the Camp Brochures to be mailed to you in the next week or two.

A video about Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana's Summer Camp Program. "Make the Magic Happen!"

Carrie says, "Who's in the mood for s'mores?
(If you raised your hand, please Like and Share!)"
A Girl Scout Week new event sheet!  (GS Sunday comes on March 8th.)
This sheet is borrowed from Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois.

Girl Scout week actually starts on Girl Scout Sunday - which this year is March 8th.  Girl Scout Sabbath, for Jewish Girl Scouts, is the next Saturday, March 14th.

From the GSUSA GS Special Days page: "Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday, and it always includes the Girl Scout Birthday, March 12."

"Girl Scout Sunday and Girl Scout Sabbath give girls an opportunity to attend their place of worship and be recognized as a Girl Scout. If a place of worship is the group sponsor, girls may perform a service, such as greeting, ushering, or doing a flag ceremony. These days can also be a time when girls explore other faiths."


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And here are more recent Betsyanne Eblasts:

Betsyanne Eblast for Feb. 21st: Snow closings, updates, Hardin Planetarium show, Booth Etiquette, more.

(The Betsyanne EBlast for Feb. 10th)  Cookies, changes in events, leader training, Camp info., Girl Scout girl events, more. 

(The Betsyanne Eblast for Feb. 2): Marty Woelfel honored by GSUSA, apply for amp jobs for this summer (camp staff), Cookie Finder app, more.

(The Betsyanne Eblast for Jan. 26) Kappa Delta Feb. 15th event, how to register for events right now, Framily Camp, Dates coming up, OST, How to be a Trainer for GSKYANA, Awards for Volunteers, the Topperettes Dance Clinic, Tea Candles for World Thinking Day 2015 (@guidinglight) , lots more.

(The Betsyanne Eblast for Jan 20) BG Board Members needed, Camp Staff needed, Summer Camp Calendar preview, Lake Cumberland Butterfly Garden, Princess Tea Party, Belle of Louisville Cruise, Tips from Taz, more.

And be sure to check the official and unofficial Calendars for details about these, and other events.

Here are those links:



And from the GSUSA, Are You Listening FB page:
From Ambassador Troop 109's FB page: "Ambassador Troop 109 is working on the Your Voice Your World Journey. We would love the feedback of every Girl Scout on the nature of Journeys. Please take this brief survey to let us know what you think."
The survey is for girls in ALL levels and leaders.