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6/17/08 9:44 P

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Try this link for TroopMaster GS

www.troopmaster.com/products/girlsco
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I want to get to a healthy weight and stay there forever. I don't have to make huge changes all at once, just small ones consistently.


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MANDYKAYEE's Photo MANDYKAYEE Posts: 359
6/17/08 3:34 P

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Where do you get that? Can you see a demo online somewhere?

One day at a time . . .


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6/17/08 9:35 A

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I use TroopMaster GS.

I prefer it over G-Scoutmate, plus it's the program I have used for Boy Scouts for over a decade.

No one can make you feel any particular way, good or bad........ unless you let them.


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MANDYKAYEE's Photo MANDYKAYEE Posts: 359
6/10/08 2:37 P

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Perhaps it has changed but I bought it a few years ago and thought it was terrible. I think that there should be a program to keep up with all the standard GS things, but this one just didn't cut it for me. Like if I am keeping an individual girl record and we all do a service project, I don't want to enter that 24 times if I have 24 girls. I just use spreadsheets.

One day at a time . . .


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CARROLLKR's Photo CARROLLKR SparkPoints: (87,716)
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6/5/08 10:14 A

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There is a Yahoo group for Gscout. If you decide to do it, check it out.

If you got a traffic ticket would you break every traffic law the rest of the day? Then why toss the whole day over a slice of pizza? ~Indygirl

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6/4/08 7:29 P

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G-Scoutmate is a great program. It's also the only one endorsed by GSUSA I think. It's also good if you have more than one troop or also keep track of Service Unit information. It's well worth the price.

Tammy

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ROBININVEGAS's Photo ROBININVEGAS Posts: 3,065
6/4/08 3:53 P

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I just received my leader magazine yesterday, I will have to take a look at it, wow 45 girls I thought I had a big troop with about 32 at our most capacity.

Robin


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Choose your hard

I am and will always be... a work in progress.

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Nope-Never heard of it. I haven't read my magazine yet. Taking it on vacation next week to catch up. Sounds cool.

If you got a traffic ticket would you break every traffic law the rest of the day? Then why toss the whole day over a slice of pizza? ~Indygirl

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DIPSMOM's Photo DIPSMOM Posts: 4,931
6/4/08 12:25 P

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G - Scoutmate. I read about this in the summer 2008 LEADER magazine. It is used to track everything for the leader.

Does anyone use it? How is it? I'm thinking about getting it since it is estimated that my troop will grow to @45 girls (Daisy/Brownie) next year.

www.gscoutmate.com

I want to get to a healthy weight and stay there forever. I don't have to make huge changes all at once, just small ones consistently.


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