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Every year, registered Girl Scouts take orders from friends and family for delicious nuts and candies and magazine subscriptions as part of the Fall Product Program. By participating in this program, troops get a head start on funding their activities for the year!

Being involved in the Fall Product Program ensures girls are learning to become leaders. A girl becomes a leader by discovering, connecting and taking action to make the world a better place.

 

For girls to become leaders, they need to:

  • Understand their values and use their knowledge and skills to explore their world (Discover)

  • Care about, inspire and team with others locally (Connect)

  • Act to make the world a better place and to make a difference in their communities (Take Action)

 

Participating in Fall Product also helps troops get a head start on funding their activities for the year. Funds generated from this program also help offset the cost of girl programs, volunteer trainings and even camp reservations, keeping them low for all our membership!

Did you know...

  • Fall Product is a friends and family sale only

  • Troops earn 25% of all nut/candy items sold and $2 for each magazine and digital subscription service

  • Girls can send emails to friends and family through M2OS, their own personalized storefront

  • Girls start earning rewards after selling just five items

FALL PRODUCT 2023 INFO

Info on the 2023 Fall Product sale will be in the new Fall Golden Link.

  • Go HERE to view Fall Golden Link

  • Family Guide - HERE

  • Order Card - HERE

  • Fall Product Rewards - HERE

Why Participate in Fall Product?

  • Girls get to learn the 5 skills which include Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills, and Business Ethics.

  • Troops earn 25% of the purchase price of nut and candy items and $2 for each magazine subscription.

  • Troop proceeds fund Girl Scout activities like badge programs, camping weekends, or travel to new places. Girls also earn rewards such as patches or a cute stuffed penguin.

  • Troop participation in product sales is a requirement to participate in additional money earning activities. (Product sales is not required to earn highest awards but, it is required to do money earning for highest awards.)

Meet the Mascot: Ocelot

Scientific Name: Leopardus Pardalis

Length: 2.2—3.3 feet

Tail length: 10—18 inches

Weight: 18—34 pounds

Gestation Period: 79 –82 days

Diet: They are carnivores that mostly prey on mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, and crustaceans. Their largest prey items include large rodents, armadillos, sloths, monkeys, hoofed animals.

Characteristics: Has gray to golden brown fur. Their brown spots and patches are bordered by black on their sides. Their spots can come in many patterns. It has two to three stripes on its cheeks and four to five horizontal stripes on its neck and chest.

Interesting Facts:

 

  • Ocelots live in rainforests

  • Ocelots are picky eaters

  • Ocelots are nocturnal

  • Ocelot’s coats are unique (no two ocelots have the same markings)

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