The process by which the Board of Directors, led by its Chair, elected by and with input from the elected Delegate Members of the Council, uses its authority to ensure organizational stability and fulfillment of the Girl Scout mission by providing leadership, strategic direction, policy making and fiduciary oversight for the council, a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the state of Idaho.
Silver Sage Annual Business Meeting was held Friday April 21, 2023 via Zoom. More Details to come as the date gets closer. Refer to folder 2023 for reference documents that includes the following and will have the delegate packet for the meeting as the date gets closer.
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage ByLaws- updated 4-30-2021
GSSSC SU Delegates for 2023 (All SU Delegates and Alternates need to be submitted by March 3, 2023)
What happens at the Annual Meeting
1) Elect officers, directors at large, members of the Board Development Committee; and every three years, the delegates and alternates to the National Convention.
2) Consider any proposed amendments to the bylaws.
3) Provide input on key issues affecting the Council and the Movement.
4) Consider any other business appropriate to come before the corporation in accordance with the process established by the board of directors.
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of individuals who believe in the value of Girl Scouting and who provide strategic leadership, advocacy, decision-making, partnerships, and policy development/oversight.
Want to learn more about serving on a the board or a committee? Apply using the following links:
If you’re in middle school or high school, Girl Scouts is the place for you! In Girl Scouts, you can explore your dreams, strengthen your leadership skills, and make great friends. Whatever it is you want to do, learn, or try, Girl Scouts is there to help you along the way!
Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Girl Scouts!
Have you ever wanted to be part of making decision for our Council?
Have you ever wanted to let someone know that you have an opinion on issues too?
Would you like to be an advocate for all Girl Scouts? If you answered "YES!" then here's a great opportunity.
Our current bylaws include selection by the Council Membership, of two (2) non-voting Senior or Ambassador Girl Scouts who serve a one (1) year Board of Directors term. These girls participate in all Board meetings and training sessions but do not have voting rights. They are also invited to serve on a Board Committee of their choice and serve on the Teen Advisory Committee as technical officers.
These girls bring a valued perspective to Board discussion and decisions. The time commitment required is approximately 3 hours per month.
We must receive your application and letter of reference no later than Friday, March 3, 2023, for you to be considered by the Board Development Committee for election at the annual meeting in April.
Khloe R. is an Ambassador Girl Scout from Meridian, Idaho. She has been a Girl Scout for 5 years and loves helping in any way she can. Khloe is on the swim team at her high school and is also a part of a school club called FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America). She also enjoys reading and spending time with her parents. She is a responsible and respectful person. Khloe believes in treating people the way you would want to be treated and goes by that every day. She is a great leader and loves helping people reach their full potential. She is excited to make a change in Girl Scouts and create a better environment for all girls.
Girl Scouts Silver Sage Council Teen Advisory Statement of Purpose:
The objective of the Teen Advisory Committee (TAC) shall be to represent the council girl membership interests in council programming and the recruitment and retention efforts.
It’s our time to shine! Join us in July 2023 at Walt Disney World® Resort for the world’s biggest gathering of Girl Scouts. Our national convention only happens every three years, so you don’t want to miss it. Register for Phenom by Girl Scouts today and save with early bird pricing. Connect with Girl Scouts from across the country to experience amazing activities and demos in the Expo Hall, meet special guests, attend the National Bridging ceremony and Gold Award celebration, and much more.
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But wait, there is more.
Our girls had a blast during this year’s council-sponsored trip to Walt Disney World, and we’re excited to offer it again next year! We are still working out the details of the trip. Because we plan to offer the trip alongside the Phenom 2023 experience in Orlando, please do not have your girl pay for the convention separately. More information will be available soon. Please sign up below to tell us your interest in the trip and be included in communication when more information is available. Disney Trip 2023 Interest Form