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Girl ScoutOlympicsPlanned and organized by Girl Scout Troop 2092Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakesas part of its Silver Award

Go for the Gold!Sign up today to compete in theGirl Scout Olympics.Date: Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m.Location: Downtown YMCA, 324 Washington Ave., OshkoshCost: 15 per girl (Includes pizza, troop medals and more), but only 10 per girl ifpaid by Dec.22, 2011. There is no fee for adults. No registrations accepted after Jan.12, 2012.What we’ll do: The 2012 Olympics in London don’t start until July. But we’ll get intothe Olympic spirit early for the first-ever Girl Scout Olympics. We’ll begin with ourown version of the Olympic Opening Ceremony, and then start the competition!Girls will compete in various contests, such as Sleeping Bag Relay, Balloon Waddle,Water Noodle Relay, Obstacle Course, etc. Troops will vie for Gold, Silver andBronze medals in each competition, with medals awarded by age level (Daisy, Brownie, Junior, etc.) Price alsoincludes a 5 x 7 troop photo and use of the YMCA pools from 7-9 p.m. Full details and a schedule will be emailed you with confirmation the week of Jan. 16, 2012.Questions: Call 235-0972 or email write2us@sbcglobal.netWe want to compete in the Girl Scout OlympicsTroop # Leader Name:Troop Level (Daisy, Brownie, etc.) PhoneEmail: Address:No. GirlsNo. AdultsAmt. Enclosed:Checks should be made payable to Troop 2092 & mailed to Barb Benish at 1705 Graber St., Oshkosh, WI 54901.

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Welcome to theGirl ScoutOLYMPICS

Girl Scout OlympicsREGISTRATION

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Girl Scouts2012 OlympicsGeneral Rules and Things to Know1.) Most important rule — Have fun!2.) Stay with your troop, even if you are not participating in an event. If you “lose” your troop, contact oneof the refs.3.) Athletic skills are not required.4.) Teams will rotate to different stations, but please stay with the order of your schedule.5.) Troops are judged on average time.6.) Some events will take longer than other, so please be patient and cheer on your own troop as well asthe other competitors.7.) Cadette Girl Scouts from Troop 2092 will run each activity.8.) Be a good sport. Please remember this is a fun event — arguying or bossing around the Cadette Girlscouts running the event is not acceptable. We understand mistakes will be made. Mistakes are fixableissues — the experience these girls are receiving by being leaders is more important.Girl Scouts2012 OlympicsGeneral Rules and Things to Know1.) Most important rule — Have fun!2.) Stay with your troop, even if you are not participating in an event. If you “lose” your troop, contact oneof the refs.3.) Athletic skills are not required.4.) Teams will rotate to different stations, but please stay with the order of your schedule.5.) Troops are judged on average time.6.) Some events will take longer than other, so please be patient and cheer on your own troop as well asthe other competitors.7.) Cadette Girl Scouts from Troop 2092 will run each activity.8.) Be a good sport. Please remember this is a fun event — arguying or bossing around the Cadette Girlscouts running the event is not acceptable. We understand mistakes will be made. Mistakes are fixableissues — the experience these girls are receiving by being leaders is more important.

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Certificate of ParticipationThis certificate is proof that of Girl Scout Troopwas an active participant inGirl Scout Olympics,held January 28, 2012, at the Oshkosh Downtown YMCA.Date: January 28, 2012Signed by:Girl Scout Troop 2092

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Girl Scouts2012 OlympicsDaisy Troop 2512 Schedule of EventsBefore the games begin — Drop off coats, swimsuits and towels in the Boys or Girls Locker Room on the firstfloor. Coats can also be hung on hooks in the Hoffmaster Gym.Head to the 2nd Floor Basketball Gym to get your Troop Picture taken. Be sure to bring your troop flag, banneror sign for your picture. You’ll also need that for the opening and closing ceremonies.6:30 p.m. — Opening Ceremony begins in the Hoffmaster Gym. Troop flags, banners or signs can be put in acorner of the gym until needed again for the closing ceremonies.About 6:45 p.m. – The Games Begin!Please go through the six stations in the following order, which was determined by troop sizes and is meant tominimize waiting time. As soon as you finish one station, you can go to the next. Water Noodle Relay — Pool (Daisy and Brownie troops should go to the Williams, or shallow pool, fortheir competition. Juniors will go to the Rockwell, or deep, pool.) You’re welcome to play or swim in thepool while waiting for your turn to compete. And if your troop is somewhat speedy getting dressed, feelfree to enjoy the pool a bit longer once you’re done competing.Obstacle Course — Hoffmaster GymSleeping Bag Relay — Hoffmaster GymWhat A Ball — Basketball GymPaddle Challenge — Basketball GymBalloon Waddle — Basketball GymIf a member of your troop does not want to participate in a particular event, she does not have to and yourscore will not be impacted. And while we encourage your troop to participate in all six events, if your troopdecides to omit an activity, please let a referee know so we can plan accordingly.If you finish early or have spare time, you are free to use the pool or Family Prime Time Center.Pizza, cake and other refreshments will also be offered in the All Purpose Room in the basement beginningabout 7:30 p.m.8:45 p.m. — All Olympic events close so our judges can tally results.9 p.m. — Awards Ceremony begins in the Basketball Gym, followed by the Closing Ceremony.9:30 p.m. — Event ends.

Girl Scout Olympics SurveyOn a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the worst and 10 being the best possible, how would you rate thisevent overall?Do you have any suggestions for ways this event could have been improved?What was your troop’s favorite part of the event?What was your troop’s least favorite part?Did you feel the Olympic events for your age group were easy, just right or too hard?The events were creative and fun:I had enough time at each event:12345 The admission price was fair: I was able to participate in every event I wanted to: toMlPy tell Piwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwalel l2 disagree3 neutralI would attend a similar event next year:r1 strongly disagreePl lroPf e4 agree5 strongly agreeosa nf ef e

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Girl Scouts 2012 Olympics Daisy Troop 2512 Schedule of Events Before the games begin — Drop off coats, swimsuits and towels in the Boys or Girls Locker Room on the first floor. Coats can also be hung on hooks in the Hoffmaster Gym. Head to the 2nd Floor Basketball Gym to get your Troo

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