Cookie Transfers Among Troops
Transferring Cookies Between Troops
Are you left with a few cookies too many or a few cookies too little? That's where Troop to Troop Transfers come into play.
Already Know Whom You Want to Trade With?
BOTH troops need to fill out this Google Form. Once both troops have completed this form, Katie will make the trade occur in SNAP. Please allow 24-48 hours for SNAP to reflect this change.
The troops will also need to complete a Troop Transfer Form. This form needs to be signed by both troops and cut in half. Each troop will turn in their copy with the Final Paperwork. Your Final Paperwork will be considered incomplete if you do not have a paper Troop Transfer Form for every trade you made.
Once you have completed both the electronic and paper forms, then you are all set.
What If You Need More Cookies or Want to Get Rid of Some?
You can use this Google document to let people know what extra cookies you have. (Make sure that you fill in the contact information correctly or you might miss out when people can't reach you!) Looking for cookies? Check out the form to see what troops are trying to get rid of, then contact them to let them know what you need. Make sure to be clear about whether you would like to make a trade or buy them from the other troop.
Once you have the deals of the trade all figured out, arrange a time to meet and make the trade. Check out the steps under the previous section to ensure that you fill out all of the required forms (the Online Google Form and the Paper Troop Transfer Form.) There's just one extra step: go back into the Extra Cookies Google document and change your numbers! You don't want to misinform people that you still have 12 Thin Mints if you just traded them with another troop!
Check out this awesome picture from the HCSU Roller Skating event. Thanks to everyone, who made this event a success!
Did you know that February 22nd is World Thinking Day?
Our Service Unit will be celebrating Thinking Day on Thursday, February 27 at 6:00 PM-8:00 PM at Long Leaf Elementary. It will be a night of crafts, skits, food, and fun! All troops that attend are invited to select a country and learn all about it. Troops will have a table to share what they learned about their country using a three-fold board of information, decorations, and food. Girls will also have the opportunity to perform a skit, song, dance, or poem in front of everyone in attendance.
Check out the Thinking Day page to sign up for a country.
Contact Sue Elliott
Hear ye. Hear ye!
Registration for Harbour City's Medieval Field Day is now open. Come enjoy a day of fun, Medieval themed activities, including jousting, archery (Juniors and up), catapault craft, and much more! For more information, please visit the Field Day webpage.
Registration and money is due by February 18th. Please feel free to contact Jeannie Linkenhoker at Jeantaz2@aol.com or call her at 321-254-3897 if you have any questions.
Troop 551 Gives Back
Troop 551 finishes packaging donated toiletries for the VA clinic in Viera. What a great example of Girl Scouts giving back to the community. Keep up the good work!