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Lead & Learn Updates

Check this page often for the latest information on Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri adult courses and girl programs.

Girl Programs
Gold Award Bootcamp: $30
Spa Overnight: $30

School's Out Fun Days (Grades K-5)
Nov. 11 and Feb. 15
Time is extended from 8:30 am- 5 pm
$30 per girl and includes lunch

It's  Your Story, Tell It, Journey Program
Nov. 14, Time Changed: 10 am-3 pm

Adult Courses
D16-17 Super Saturday
  • D17.10 Hand/Finger Knitting does not have a fee
  • Fees payable that day for: Sewing 101, Outdoor Cooking with Foil Packs and Dutch Ovens and CPR/First Aid

Orientation for OAC Trainer Workshop:

Dates are Aug. 14-16

D.19, Oct. 17 Courses will be held at Presbyterian Church of Hillsboro, 10790 Highway 21, Hillsboro 63050

  • DF10.26  Basic Camping Skills
  • D10.27 Campfire & Pressurized Fuels
  • DF10.28 Cook-Go-Round

D9.22 Archery
Sunday, Oct. 11, 1-4 pm
Koch Park, 315 Howdershell Rd., Florissant
Free and there is a Min./Max: 3/12 (2 of the 12 may be in grades 9-12)

HDF.6 Camp Crafts and SWAPS: DBJ
HDF.8 Mason Jar Magic: CSA
HDF.5 Appliquilt: JCSA

C.404 and C.405: 
Training Girls to Take Charge
Time Changed to: 1:30-4:30 pm

District 7 STO, Oct. 20
Dinner will be provided

District 14 Courses
D14.5 Intro to Girl Scouts, 9:30-10:30 am
D14.6 Journey Palooza Workshop, 11:30 am-12:30 pm
D14.5 Girl Scouts 101, 10:30-11:30 am
* All of these courses are located at Middendorff-Kredell Library, 270 Hwy K, O'Fallon, MO 63368

CF.903 Wilderness and Remote First Aid Training


December 12, 2015 09:00 AM-December 13, 2015 03:00 PM (Registration Closes at 11:59 PM ET on December 05, 2015)

Facility Location:

Camp Tuckaho
Troy, MO


Certification: Wilderness and Remote First Aid certifications are valid for two years. Provides individuals with a foundation of first aid principles and skills so that they are able to respond to emergencies and give care in areas that do not have immediate emergency medical services (EMS) response. This includes wilderness and remote environments and includes urban disasters. Demonstration of skills is required for certification. Fee includes meals and overnight accommodations.

Successful course completion requires participation in all course activities and skill sessions. Some practice sessions may require strenuous physical activity, including walking uphill or on uneven terrain. You are encouraged to check with your health care provider before participating in the skill sessions of this course. If you need any accommodations or modifications or if you have questions regarding your ability to particiapte fully in this course, please contact your course instructor; the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Disabilities Coordinator, Ashley Todd, 314.592.2358; or your Red Cross chapter before the course begins.

Prerequisite: Current CPR/AED certification

CFTXT.7 Wilderness and Remote First Aid Reference Guide & Pocket Guide ($16) available for purchase on the American Red Cross Website, through your instructor or available online for free download from the American Red Cross.

For all registration related questions, contact the Answer Center at answercenter@girlscoutsem.orgor 314.400.4600.

For specific course information please contact Shaun Lindhoff at or 314.400.4628

Please see Page 72 of the Lead & LearnFall 2015 for information regarding cancellations and refunds.


20 Spots Available



List Price


Adult and Child CPR/AED and Standard First Aid courses CF.117, CF. 118, and CF.120 will now start at 9:30am.

Training Girls to Take Charge

C.404 and C.405

It will be held from 1:30-4:30 pm

Troop OAC Challenge
Locatin: Cricket Corner Unit