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Event List for Parents

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Below is a list of events scheduled to be held by Marshfield Area Girl Scouts in 2014-2015.  All girls are welcome to attend unless a specific age group is listed.


Girls may attend any event even if their troop is unable to attend.  The leader does not need to be present, however adults must be present in ratios according to Girl Scout Safety Guidelines.* Adults registered in Girl Scouts can supervise multiple children, adults who are not registered in Girl Scouts can only supervise their own child.  You can register for events through your troop leader or through the website.  Where applicable, payment to attend an event is required prior to the event.  For more information on any event listed, please ask your leader or contact the website.




 EVENTS 2014-2015 DATEEvent Coordinator
 Registration Events Auburndale; St. Johns; Nasonville; Lincoln; Washington; Madison; Grant; Spencer school organizers
 City Wide RegistrationTuesday September 30, 5:30-7:00
Marshfield Mall
 school organizers
 Make A Difference DayOctober 25, 8-12

 Deb Ponshock
Rotary Winter Wonderland light display setupOctober 25, 12-4Suzanne Voros
 Holiday Box Project/Food CollectionNovember 

Suzanne Voros
 Holiday ParadeNovember 20thKatie Nemitz
 Caroling    (Marshfield) December 15th Deb Ponshock
 Lunch with Santa/Caroling (Spencer) December
 Caroling (Auburndale) December
Rotary Winter Wonderland Light Display Food CollectionDecember 28th, 5-9 p.m. Suzanne Voros
Powder Puff DerbyJanuary 17th , 9-12Pauline Adler
 Cookie RallyJanuary 20th, 6-8 pm  Marshfield Public Library
 Service Team
 TubingFebruary 16th TENTATIVE 
GS Week First Baby Girl basketMarch 1stKatie Nemitz
GS Week Event/RollerskatingMarch 9thDeb Ponshock
 Leader/Daughter EventFebruary 21st - Spa Day
 Holly Wolfgram
 MAGS Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser         April 19th, 8-1 Knights of Columbus Chris Tolaney
 Spring Camporee     May 8-9, Marshfield School ForestHolly Wolfgram 
 Flag Placement at Cemetery   May 23rd, 10 a.m.No coordinator, show up if you wish to participate.  Please wear your vest/sash!  
 Memorial Day Parade   May 25th, line up 9:15, step-off promptly at 9:30


Troop 6181 - Kris Tarter
Dairyfest ParadeMay 30
 MAGS GALA (Bridging)June 15th, Wildwood PavillionDeb Ponshock
Flag Distribution with Hiller's True Value Hardwareearly July
Central WI State FairJuly 15th application deadlineNo coordinator needed, info online at Wood County Extension http://www.uwex.edu/ces/cty/wood/


Adult/Girl Ratios according to SAFETYWISE:
For Events -
2 adults to every
5 Daisy GS
12 Brownie GS
16 Junior GS
20 Cadette GS
24 Senior GS
24 Ambassador GS
Plus 1 adult to each additional
3 Daisy GS
6 Brownie GS
8 Junior GS
10 Cadette GS
12 Senior GS
12 Ambassdor GS
**Dress Uniform 
Girl Scout official dress uniform for all levels is a plain white top (no logos), khaki pants, skirt, or appropriate length shorts, and the vest, sash, or tunic for the appropriate level.  Daisies and Brownies may choose to wear the official uniform top and pants provided for that level.
Adult Girl Scout official dress uniform is a plain white top (no logos) and blue dress pants (not jeans).  For our purposes, adults may choose to wear a plain white top and khaki pants. 
Girl Scouts,
Sep 3, 2014, 5:21 PM