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Lassen County Girl Scouts enjoy Eagle Lake More than 80 Lassen Girl Scouts, along with leaders and parents gathered at Eagle Lake for their annual cam- poree recently. The weather for Camp Star- ry Nights was perfect for star gazing, swimming and fun ac- tivities related to space explo- ration. Special guest, Joe Polan, from Shasta College brought his telescope for the girls' enjoyment. During the weekend, the Girl Scouts who ranged in age from kindergarten to high school, were divided into eight units, each named for a differ- ent constellation such as Ori- on, Ursa Major or Cygnus. The Girl Scouts learned about plants, made slime (is it a liquid or a solid?), crafted a moon beam box, and launclfed cool pop rockets made from donated film canisters and ef- fervescent tablets. No Girl Scout camp would be complete without respectful flag ceremonies, silly singing 'round the campfire, delicious sticky 'smores, and funny skits. On Sunday morning Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts Whitney Mauck and Amy Bradbury shared several po- ems with the group in a rever- ent ceremony called the Girl Scouts Own. Following the ceremony, the Girl Scouts participated in the "astronaut challenge": try- ing to open a Milky..Way candy bar while wearing thl'eKgloves and bulky astronaut clong. A game called "Rovlrg Robots" involved teamwork and giving precise directions for picking up small balls. Before enjoying a cone cake reception, a number of Girl Scouts advanced to the next level of Girl Scouting in a spe- cial bridging ceremony com- plete with wooden bridge and pine woods backdrop. Daisy Girl Scouts Amanda Lynn, Kyrra Keno, Megan Jones, Ashley Grogan, Shayna DelCarlo, Savanna Brooks and Tess Bates crossed the bridge and were welcomed into i Molly Quale and Savanna Brook enjoy the Girl Scout Camporee. Photo by Pa Dawe m I00!i CONCRETE M4i--[fln4L8 Driveways & Materials Parking Lots / Seal Coat / Landscaping Materials \\;x Owners: Sandy & Tim Ochotorena and Don & Jeanine Kirkpatick ! We Willyock You  ......... -------- ,I i 5  | | 0 Free I '!;!'":!ii'::i:iii:E'JhnstnvflleRdSusanvill,le,,,702 045 -- Estimates The Lassen Girl Scouts at the camporee. Brownie Girl Scouts. Kylie Faure, Smantha Patty, Jamie Bishop, Brittanie McGowan, Amanda Amero, Rachel Chambers, Rebecca Dunn, Amanda Harris, Diana Cron, Emily Damm, Rosie Dean, Frankie Schobel arid Marissa Wilburn advanced from Brownie Girl Scouts to Junior Girl Scouts. Laura Bates, who will be a high school freshman in the fall, completed her bridging requirements and advanced from Cadette Girl Scouts to Se- nior Girl Scouts. Laura worked as a program aide with the young Daisy Girl Scout troop this year. Most of the troops will take a ing the summer ing activities in Adults who would leaders and girls terested in should watch for: in September 9220. Seamless Rain Gutter Oebis ee OoVVL" S?oxXts io PRICEs r 4RoUt/D! Downspout Water D]verte 14 Color Choices 8 C0NSTgUCTION WE DELmVEn: We'll deliver fuel to logging sites, ranches or wherever you might need it. Covering most of Northeastern Chevron California Staub Energy 257-3416 702-805 Johnstonville Rd. Susanville Come Visit. at the Fair Adult Day Health Lassen Communi Hospital Visit our booth located in the Industrial Building Wednesday, July 19 through Saturday, July 22 (11:00 am. to 11:00 Sunday, JulY 23 (9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) Representatives will be available to answer any questions Learn about Adult Day Health Care with our interactive omputer 1 Lassen County Girl Scouts enjoy Eagle Lake More than 80 Lassen Girl Scouts, along with leaders and parents gathered at Eagle Lake for their annual cam- poree recently. The weather for Camp Star- ry Nights was perfect for star gazing, swimming and fun ac- tivities related to space explo- ration. Special guest, Joe Polan, from Shasta College brought his telescope for the girls' enjoyment. During the weekend, the Girl Scouts who ranged in age from kindergarten to high school, were divided into eight units, each named for a differ- ent constellation such as Ori- on, Ursa Major or Cygnus. The Girl Scouts learned about plants, made slime (is it a liquid or a solid?), crafted a moon beam box, and launclfed cool pop rockets made from donated film canisters and ef- fervescent tablets. No Girl Scout camp would be complete without respectful flag ceremonies, silly singing 'round the campfire, delicious sticky 'smores, and funny skits. On Sunday morning Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts Whitney Mauck and Amy Bradbury shared several po- ems with the group in a rever- ent ceremony called the Girl Scouts Own. Following the ceremony, the Girl Scouts participated in the "astronaut challenge": try- ing to open a Milky..Way candy bar while wearing thl'eKgloves and bulky astronaut clong. A game called "Rovlrg Robots" involved teamwork and giving precise directions for picking up small balls. Before enjoying a cone cake reception, a number of Girl Scouts advanced to the next level of Girl Scouting in a spe- cial bridging ceremony com- plete with wooden bridge and pine woods backdrop. Daisy Girl Scouts Amanda Lynn, Kyrra Keno, Megan Jones, Ashley Grogan, Shayna DelCarlo, Savanna Brooks and Tess Bates crossed the bridge and were welcomed into i Molly Quale and Savanna Brook enjoy the Girl Scout Camporee. Photo by Pa Dawe m I00!i CONCRETE M4i--[fln4L8 Driveways & Materials Parking Lots / Seal Coat / Landscaping Materials \\;x Owners: Sandy & Tim Ochotorena and Don & Jeanine Kirkpatick ! We Willyock You  ......... -------- ,I i 5  | | 0 Free I '!;!'":!ii'::i:iii:E'JhnstnvflleRdSusanvill,le,,,702 045 -- Estimates The Lassen Girl Scouts at the camporee. Brownie Girl Scouts. Kylie Faure, Smantha Patty, Jamie Bishop, Brittanie McGowan, Amanda Amero, Rachel Chambers, Rebecca Dunn, Amanda Harris, Diana Cron, Emily Damm, Rosie Dean, Frankie Schobel arid Marissa Wilburn advanced from Brownie Girl Scouts to Junior Girl Scouts. Laura Bates, who will be a high school freshman in the fall, completed her bridging requirements and advanced from Cadette Girl Scouts to Se- nior Girl Scouts. Laura worked as a program aide with the young Daisy Girl Scout troop this year. Most of the troops will take a ing the summer ing activities in Adults who would leaders and girls terested in should watch for: in September 9220. Seamless Rain Gutter Oebis ee OoVVL" S?oxXts io PRICEs r 4RoUt/D! Downspout Water D]verte 14 Color Choices 8 C0NSTgUCTION WE DELmVEn: We'll deliver fuel to logging sites, ranches or wherever you might need it. Covering most of Northeastern Chevron California Staub Energy 257-3416 702-805 Johnstonville Rd. Susanville Come Visit. at the Fair Adult Day Health Lassen Communi Hospital Visit our booth located in the Industrial Building Wednesday, July 19 through Saturday, July 22 (11:00 am. to 11:00 Sunday, JulY 23 (9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) Representatives will be available to answer any questions Learn about Adult Day Health Care with our interactive omputer 1