Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada staff are working hard to provide fun, engaging, and educational programs to Girl Scouts while ensuring the safety and well-being of our members, volunteers, and staff.
We understand that as Nevada and California begin the slow process of re-opening, many of you have questions as to what this means for your Girl Scout. GSSN has carefully reviewed both state and GSUSA guidelines and has determined that in order to provide for the continued safety and health of our members, volunteers, and staff, there will be no in-person GSSN events, programs, or activities through September 30, 2020. This guideline applies to council events, service unit events, and troop meetings/events.
We want to emphasize that Girl Scouts is not canceled. We are offering more opportunities for our members to participate in Girl Scouting than ever before. Our organization is strong, adaptive, and prepared to thrive during this new chapter.
We may be re-thinking the way we Girl Scout, but our promise and mission remain the same. Both GSSN and GSUSA offer enriching, engaging, and educational resources for you and your Girl Scout to continue having a fun-filled and leadership-building Girl Scout experience. We hope you will visit gssn.org/athome to see the variety of virtual badges, patches, and activities available to keep your girl inspired and active during this time. We are excited to offer a re-imagined camping opportunity, guidance for virtual bridging, and more throughout the summer.
We also want to emphasize that although the GSSN Reno Service Center is not open to the public, our staff is working from home, ready to support you as we continue to keep Girl Scouting fun, vibrant, and relevant. If you have questions or need assistance, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
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