Citrus Gold’s Work Hard, Then Play Day

February 16-18, 2018

The “Work Hard, Then Play Day” at Riverpoint, hosted by Citrus Gold Alumnae, was held February 16- 18, 2018.  The weekend included service projects, good food and fun activities. Twenty-three people attended.  During three hours of work on Saturday morning, much was accomplished – an overall cleaning of the lodge; debris removal from the waterfront including the oyster beds that were destroyed by Hurricane Irma; and the clearing of a major portion of the nature trail. Afterwards the group played and relaxed the rest of the weekend. The fun included a lesson in making monkey bread, crafts, brain exercises, a variety of games, relaxation, reflexology and so much more!!!

Good Friends + Beautiful Weather + Hard Work + Fun + Laughs + Great Food = PERFECT WEEKEND

Bahamas Bound!

January 5-8, 2018

The GSC Alumnae Second Annual Cruise was held January 5-8, 2018, with 46 members aboard Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. From Friday evening through Monday morning, days and nights were filled with fun activities, spending time with old friends and making new friends. Highlights were a scavenger hunt, door decorating contest, games session and karaoke.

With our CEO, we greeted the captain of the ship and introduced him to Girl Scout Cookies. Many enjoyed a variety of Nassau excursions like pub crawl and sailing with snorkeling. The games session of “Doodle Dice” and “Left, Center, Right” had everyone laughing and cheering so much that people walking by had to see what was so exciting. For anyone unable to cruise with us this year, we look forward to seeing you on the 2019 Third Annual Alumnae Cruise!


Girl Scouts of Citrus Alumnae Tea Party

October 30, 2017

GSC Alumnae were joined by members of the Winter Park Antique Society for a lovely tea at the Council Service Center on October 30, 2017. The Tea Party was sponsored by the Archive Team who served 28 attendees with cucumber or egg salad sandwiches, homemade scones, and a variety of hot teas. Many stories about tea cups were shared, some from great grandparents to foreign collections. Girl Scout history was discussed and everyone was able to tour Juliette’s Place and view displays throughout the building.