Day 1 – getting familiar with the software
Eating dinner, prepared by the Cadettes who were also there; the house could not accommodate everyone, so eating on the floor was necessary.
Back to work!
Good morning at the Keyser’s!
Working on the scripts with GS Leader, Mary Hall.
Dry run rehearsals
Second group rehearsal
Time for outside play and a quick break.
Plenty of time to kill, while the Cadettes work on their productions.
Everyone gets a turn or two!
Even the leaders have some fun! (Sheryl Brandt, Asst. GS Leader)
More time to kill, let’s go for a walk along the ferry pier.
Finally, production time!
Costumes a must!
Now the editing phase begins!
Mission accomplished! It feels good to be done!
One last listen and see how it looks.
Onto the adults for their approval — it’s fantastic and amazing!
Last stop: saving to memory stick to have it forever!
A Congratulations Pool Party for the girls in early June to celebrate their Bronze Award and all of their efforts this year! Bronze awards handed out, ice creams sundaes and Cookie Sales Awards given as well!
Holly and her girl scout troop of friends completed their Bronze Award as 4th graders, an honor that usually 5th graders complete in early February 2014. Silver Awards are achieved by Cadettes (middle school) and Seniors and Ambassadors (high school) work for the Gold Award.
Their efforts with the homeless in the winter of 2013, plus their Amaze Journey that they accomplished in February earned them the Bronze Award. Pictures left show the 2-day journey they took, with a stop over in Sammamish at the Keyser’s for the sleepover part!
Watch this short slide show on the girls efforts to feed the homeless and earn over approximately $1500 in donations: Click here
Pictures below are of the celebration party they had, using some of the cookie sales money. It was a great end to a very hard working year.