GSNMT loves the Albuquerque Isotopes! Albuquerque
Join us as we cheer on our Albuquerque Isotopes! Friends and family are welcome too! Registration includes admission, hot dog, animal crackers and a small drink. What a deal for just $15 per person! Just let us know which game you'd like to attend and how many tickets you need.
||Albuquerque Isotopes vs.
||El Paso Chihuahuas
||El Paso Chihuahuas
||Colorado Springs Sky Sox
||Colorado Springs Sky Sox
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2015 GSNMT CAMPOREE
September 12 - 13, 2015, Rotary Park, Bernalillo, NM
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmatics (STEM), Girl Scout Traditions, Outdoor Skills, Environmental Education and more at the 2015 Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails Camporee! The Exhibitor's Fair features hands-on, educational activities and fun for the whole family! Stay the night with us and participate in the talent show, astronomy activities and more!
$20.00 Overnight - REGISTRATION FORM
This price includes event patch, Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast.
An afternoon and evening of Girl Scout fun!
Register by August 1 and receive $5 off per person!
$5.00 Daytime Only (Noon-5pm) - REGISTRATION FORM
Walk-ins welcome. Bring-a-friend or bring your entire family!
Register by August 1 and get a FREE participation patch!
2015 End Hunger in New Mexico Girl Scout Challenge!
Did you know? NM has the worst child hunger in the country. 1 in 3 children do not have enough to eat. Every day 40,000 New Mexicans seek out food assistance. How can you help?
- Make a difference, be challenged and have fun!
- We challenge GSNMT GIRL SCOUTS to collect 250 or more canned goods per troop or Juliette starting now until September 8, 2015. Winning troop will be announced at Camporee and then highlighted at the 2nd Annual End Hunger in NM Summit to be held on September 23, 2015. Backpacks of canned goods will be presented to Governor Martinez.
- Participate in the “CANSTRUCTION” Activity Booth at Camporee.
- Bring 5 or more canned goods and receive 5 tickets for a chance at a “COOL MYSTERY PRIZE”. Enter your “CANSTRUCTION” creation for public vote. Winners will be announced at Camporee. Troops in outlying areas can send in their pictures or videos of their “CANSTRUCTION” to Vanessa Wheeler, Program Manager. Winning troops or Juliette will be highlighted at the summit.
For more information on the summit click here. To submit photos or videos of your canstruction, poster entry, or if you'd like more information, contact Vanessa Wheeler here or call her at (505) 923-2525.
- Participate in the “What Does Hunger Mean to Them?” Poster Contest Activity Booth.
- Winning poster will be announced at Camporee and will be the poster highlighted for promoting next year's 3rd Annual End Hunger in NM event. Troops in outlying areas can send in their creations to Vanessa Wheeler
First Aid & CPR Training
GSUSA and the American Red Cross are pleased to announce a national partnership! Courses will be brought to our registered members at an extremely discounted price or $27 per person! Non-registered members can still take advantage of the course at $50 per person. Upon completion, you will be certified in ARC First Aid, Adult CPR, Child CPR, and Infant CPR. Certificates are valid for two years from the date of completion and will be emailed to each participant following the course. You must remain through the ENTIRE training in order to receive your certification. Minimum age requirement for this course is 12 years old.
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|February 27, 2016
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Click here to register online today!
Outdoor Core: Various Locations
Learn how to safely venture into the great outdoors! Practice outdoor skills, learn how to teach outdoor skills and plan a great outdoor adventure. $5 per person, open to all age level troops and leaders.
|August 22 -23
||Camp Elliott Barker
|August 29 - 30
|October 3 - 4
||Santa Fe/Los Alamos
|October 17 - 18
||ABQ Service Center
Camp Adventure Rancho del Chaparral
End your summer at Rancho del Chaparral. Leave the programming to us. Go on hikes, do some fishing, archery, arts or just relax and take in the beauty and sounds of the outdoors. Sit around a campfire! Meals are provided.
$100 per adult $75 per child 5 - 18
September 4 - 7
Register today! REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 21, 2015
Family Rafting Adventure Camp Elliott Barker, Taos & Rio Grande River
End your summer with a thrill! How about enjoying an awesome New Mexico white water river raft trip as a family? Enjoy a full day of rafting down the Rio Grande River near Taos, NM. Spend Saturday night at Camp Elliott Barker telling stories of your adventure around the campfire. Price includes Saturday lunch, snacks and overnight at Barker. Open to anyone 6 years old or older.
$100 per person
September 12, 2015 with option to stay at Camp Elliott Barker September 11 and/or 12.
Register here! REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 13, 2015
Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) Albuquerque
Saturday, October 10, 2015 - 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM - CABS Flyer
Babysitting is usually a teenager’s first attempt at building and running a small business. Southwest CPR’s Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) course comes in a magazine-format guide designed to engage and inform the aspiring babysitter. It gives teenagers everything they need to know, from getting started, to dealing with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, and first aid tips.
The CABS course manual gives teenagers essential information, but it doesn’t read like a textbook. The manual is broken down into sections, combining practical information with graphics and images designed to pull teenagers in and keep them engaged.
Course highlights include:
Babysitting as a business - Everything a teenager needs to know to get started
Safety and Injury Prevention - Guidelines to make sure that everyone stays safe
Leadership - Strategies to build confidence when responding to conflict
Play Time - Tips on age-appropriate play and staying involved
Basic Caregiving Skills - Feeding, burping, diapering, and safe sleep practices
First Aid - The knowledge to go with the responsibility