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5/12/08 4:57 P

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I'm revisiting this subject. We want to take our older girls to England to the World Center and I need some kick butt big fundraisers. Any ideas or thoughts. I keep hearing about a bingo night. Not sure how that would fly with Girl Scouts though.

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4/21/08 9:57 A

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Good one. There are lots of try its that have little supplies. Which reminds me, we did a bridging event as a fund raiser. We charged to help bridge girls to the next level. Then three years later they asked us to do it again. That was my daughter's Silver project.

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Welcome - a little late, as I have been so busy lately that I haven't stopped by. We made money on our Daddy Daughter Dance this year. Usually we plan it as a breakeven, but with our Cadette trip coming up summer2009, we decided to make it a fund raiser. We had a concession stand, which pretty much paid for the dance. So the $400 in admission charges was pure profit. I have also heard hosting try-it workshops brings in a lot of money for one day's work.

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4/20/08 7:27 P

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I will look into it. Thanks for the information!

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4/20/08 5:40 P

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Garage sales can be good. Include a bake sale at the same time. We've had good years and bad years, but generally good.

Spagetti supper. Car wash. Can drive. I can't remember what we did when we went to Georgia. That's terrible cause I was in charge of fundraising.

Have you heard of scoutingweb.com? It is an awesome website with every subject imaginable. There is a whole page on fundraising.

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The majority of our girls are becoming Cadet's this year. We always need extra money and I have heard as we get older it becomes harder to earn money the cookie route. We had a lot on money to earn this year, because we are going to San Francisco for our bridging ceremony. One way besides cookies and the peanut sales that we were very successful at raising money were at yard sales. We had two yard sales and earned over 500 dollars one day and almost 700 on another day. But I am always interested to here what fund raising ideas you all have.

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