The treasure chest ceremony was designed for a Frontier Girls investiture or advancement ceremony, but could be adapted for award ceremonies as well and may also be adapted to suit a Quest Club if desired.
Top 5 Alternatives to Girl Scouts The last few decades have seen some major changes in the Girl Scout program. Once a skills based program, Girl Scouts shifted to a leadership based movement in the early 2000’s. Gradually they reduced
Kick Off Meeting by Elizabeth Simmons, Troop #122 This meeting plan was designed as a basis for kids to meet the adults involved in running the group as well as learn the behavior that will be expected of them at
A Little Story About Sisterhood by Suzanne D. Vicoryosmanson, Director A.U.T.I.S.T.I.C. Kids Autism Awareness and Advocacy (Reprinted from the December, 2012 Frontier Girls newsletter) On October 13, 2012 my little family went to our church and spent a couple
Motto, Promise, Creed Book by Kelley Klor Kelley Klor designed a wonderful printable book that gives our young members an opportunity to work through learning the Frontier Girls promise, creed and motto or the Quest code of conduct, as well
Creed/Code of Conduct Flip Book by Leanne Scholle, leader of Troop #172 in Baltimore, MD Have your members make simple picture flip books to help them learn the meaning of the parts of the Frontier Girls Creed or the