All registered adults and girls ages 14 and older are invited to join us for our Winter 2014 Association Meeting in Staten Island. For complete information about all of this spring's association meetings, click HERE to download a flyer.
DATE: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
TIME: 6:45 -- Displays & Refreshments/Meet & Greet with CEO; 7:15 -- meeting begins
CHAIR: Jane Dennis
LOCATION: St Paul’s, 7558 Amboy Road, Staten Island, NY 10307 (Parking lot on Swinnerton St)
via Car: From points north: From Verrazano Bridge, take lower level, bear right and take Hylan Blvd. Exit to Hylan Blvd. South (make left) Take Southbound Hylan Blvd. to Swinnerton St. (1 block past Main St.) make right. Go several blocks to church parking lot on right. From Amboy Road southbound to 1 block past.Main St. (Parking on Swinnerton St.). From Lincoln Tunnel and New Jersey take NJ Turnpike South -to exit 13, take ramp right for I-278 East toward Verrazano Br / Goethals Br. -On SI, At exit 5, take ramp right and follow signs for RT-440 South 7.5 mi - Take ramp right for RT-440 South toward Exit 1 / New Jersey / Outerbridge Crossing - Bear right onto RT-440 S / Korean War Veterans Pkwy to exit 1 and take exit 1 ramp right toward Arthur Kill Rd - Turn right onto Veterans Rd W- Turn right onto Tyrellan Ave - Turn right onto Boscombe Ave - Turn right onto Amboy Rd
Via Bus: Take S78 or S59 southbound to Main Street and Amboy Road. Walk one block south on Amboy Road to Church.
Via SIR: SIR to Tottenville Station, walk 3 blocks up Main St. to Amboy Road, make right, church on next corner across street.
Welcome and Introductions
Remarks from Association Chair
Approval of the Fall 2013 Association Meeting Minutes
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: How to use Pinterest for troop planning
Join us for a special presentation on Pinterest -- a pinboard-style photo-sharing website that allows users to create theme-based collections surrounding events, crafts, and hobbies. Learn how Pinterest can can help you plan your troop meetings and trips, research relevant girl issues, organize relevant girl issues, organize creative ideas, and explore the exciting programs the Council has to offer.