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All files are in Adobe .pdf format unless otherwise noted.

Adult / Girl Forms Financial Forms Patches
Adult Health History (can be typed in on screen) Check Alert Forms Diamond Troop Patch Program  
Adult Training & Recognitions Survey Bank Account Form  
Adult Registration Form Financial Report (Excel .xls)  
Girl Registration Form Income Worksheet  (.xls)  
Checklist for Leaders Expense Worksheet  (.xls)  
Volunteer Application New Troop Loan Program  
Girl Health History Form (can be typed in on screen) Deposit Form (.doc)  
Background Check Receipt Form (.doc)  
  Tax Exempt Form  
Property Information Information/Ideas Ceremonies / Traditions
Facilities with Winter Availability Scout Treasure Hunt Girl Scout Traditions Aug 9 Mtg
Radford House Directions   Girl Scout Traditions Sep 13 Mtg
Map of Property Locations   Girl Scout Traditions Oct 11 Mtg
Council Properties   Girl Scout Traditions Nov 8 Mtg
    Flag Ceremonies Information




Parent Promise

On my honor,

I will try,

To encourage and support my Girl Scout daughter,

To help her troop at all times,

And to obey the Girl Scout Parent's Law.


Parent Law

A Girl Scout parent . . .

Understands the true purpose of Girl Scouting.

Gets her daughter to and from meetings on time.

Knows a troop is a team effort.

Sees the job through to the end.

Sets a good example at all times.

Is enthusiastic and cheerful.

Does not consider the leader a baby-sitter.

Brings troop problems to the leader first.

Always does his or her part willingly.

Is aware that Girl Scouting is for all girls.


A Leader's Promise

I will do my best:

To be honest about my girls' abilities and fair to their talents.

Te be friendly and helpful because my girls deserve the best.

To be considerate and caring even when things don't work out.

To be courageous and strong because my girls need me.

To be responsible for what I say and do because others are depending on me.

To respect myself and others, after all, I am a Girl Scout.

To respect authority, even the girls'.

To use resources wisely by not wasting the potential in each girl I work with.

To make the world a better place by sharing my best, and not sharing when necessary.

To be a sister to every Girl Scout and care for each Girl Scout as family.

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