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Girl Scout and Cub Scout Programs Offered At Arcadia’s Gilb Museum

The programs require five to 20 scouts. – Courtesy photo

The Gilb Museum is offering Scout programming free of charge to local Arcadia Girl Scout troops and Cub Scout dens. Programs may be reserved on Fridays or Saturdays at 10 a.m. or 1:30pm. Programs generally run 2 hours, unless noted otherwise. Requests must be received at least two weeks prior to the requested date of visit. Incomplete requests will not be processed. The Museum does require troops and dens to provide chaperones for programs per scouting youth protection practices. Programs require a minimum of five scouts and a maximum of 20 scouts. The Museum develops these programs to meet the requirements for badges but the Museum does not provide the badges.

Girl Scouts

Brownies:

  • My Family Story.
  • Celebrating Community.

Juniors:

  • Playing the Past (can run 2.5 hours).
  • Inside Government

Cub Scouts

Tigers:

  • Family Stories.

Wolves:

  • Collections and Hobbies.

Webelos:

  • Looking Back, Looking Forward.
July 15, 2018

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