We offer several interactive programs on how to care for pets tailored for Girl Scout troops and Boy Scout packs to learn more about our Animal Community Center (ACC). We require a 5-scout minimum and typically schedule Scout Programs Tuesday through Saturday with start times between 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
To schedule: If you're interested in scheduling a Workshop, please fill out the Workshop Inquiry Form and you will be contacted within 3 business days to being scheduling your program! Please note, we do not hold these programs during the months of June - August.
|Program Description||Fees||Girl Scout Levels|
|Daisies||Brownies||Juniors||Cadettes, Seniors and
Community Center Tour (1 hour)
|Join us for an interactive tour to learn about HSSV, our history and the animals we care for at our shelter and meet a shelter guest. All scouts will get an activity bookmark.||$45 for 12 scouts, $2 each
|Animal Care Workshop (1.5 hours)||This hands-on workshop includes the tour program and activities that emphasize responsible pet care.||$11 per scout,
includes activity bookmark and HSSV fun patch.
|Daisy Workshop (1.5 hours)||Join us for a fun interactive tour about HSSV, where we’ll connect the Daisy Petal Characteristics to our shelter, and learn ways we care for animals. We’ll meet a shelter animal, and each Daisy will receive an HSSV fun patch and Daisy Petal coloring sheet at the end of the program.|
|Brownie Workshop (1.5 hours)||Brownies will work towards their Brownie Pet Badge through discussion, interactive learning stations and animal experiences. Scouts will practice responsible decision-making skills around animals and animal care to keep their pets comfortable and loved.|
|Bronze Award Workshop (1.5 hours)||Junior troops explore opportunities to apply their girl leadership to plan out highly youth-centric
animal Bronze Award service projects in this
|$13 per scout,
includes activity bookmark, HSSV fun patch and staff support during service project.
Workshop (1.5 hours)
|Cadettes are invited to explore opportunities to apply their leadership skills to plan out their Silver Award service project helping animals in their community.|