Lynne A Fitzsimmons (lynnef@MDHOST.CSE.TEK.COM)
Wed, 31 Jul 1996 15:24:48 PDT
>If you do not travel in a convoy, what do you do with the boys'
>and leaders' medical forms, which would be needed in case of an accident?
>Do you hand them out to the drivers to be turned in when the destination is
The way we Girl Scouts do it is to have a ziploc bag for each car.
one for each girl:
Parent permission slip for the event
copy of the "pink form" (membership registration form) with the Health
History on the back
one for each car:
card with Columbia River Girl Scout Council Emergency Numbers
insurance form, to be filled out in case of injury
I just snag the bags when we get where we are going, and then re-distribute
before we leave. Not too hard to sort them out either - I just call out each
girl's name, give them their forms, and they hand them over to the driver.
Some well-organized leaders even have a picture of each girl stapled to their
If we are extremely well-organized (this past weekend's backpacking trip on
3 days notice does not count, but it went well), each car also has a nicely
highlighted map, and, if needed, change for toll bridges.
Lynne Fitzsimmons email@example.com
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