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A Note From the Founder: Vacation Time!
by Kerry Cordy

I will be on vacation with my family from July 1-14, but will do my best to continue to answer emails daily though I cannot guarantee I will always have internet access so please excuse any delay.

Abby Olson, one of the founding members of Frontier Girls and my first office manager, has agreed to run the office while I am gone for the first week to ensure that orders go out in a timely manner. Orders with custom badges may be delayed however. Orders that cannot ship while I am gone will ship the week of July 17. My apologies for the delay.
Frontier Girls of the Month!
Submitted by Jodi Barrineau Troop Leader #210
Katelyn Green
- Dolphin Troop #210

Katelyn is a dolphin in troop 210 and in three years as a dolphin she has 105 hours of community service hours and has earned her life skills and discover award.

Kourtenay Green
- Otter Troop #210

Kourtenay Green she is an otter in troop 210 and in three years as an otter she has earned over 100 hours of community service at the young age of 8 and over 60 hours as a penquin. She has also earned her otter discover award and her otter life skills.
Jewel Warawka/Johnson
- Dolphin Troop #210

Jewel is a dolphin in troop 210. She just joined last August and since joining has earned 22 badges in one year along with her life skills and discovery award and earned 35 hours community service.
New Badges Added!
With the latest Fidget Spinner craze, learn about the purpose behind this current fad.

Summer is here which mean lots of visits to amusement and theme parks. Check out our new Theme Park (Specific) badge to learn about your specific park or use requirements specific to a variety of Disney parks.
Frontier Girl Visits Headquarters
Beth Vicory, a Butterfly Pioneer from Arizona, came to visit Frontier Girls Headquarters with her mom and grandma for a week. She jumped right in and helped make badges and pack orders while she learned about how Frontier Girls is run. In addition helping out at the office, she also got to see the local sites including the Sundial Bridge, one of the largest working sundials in the world!
Life Skills Achievement Award
Summer is the perfect time to start working on the Life Skills Acheivement Award. While it may look intimidating, if you take just one skill per day, the award can be earned in one month. Don't let your kid start college and not even know how to boil water!
Summer Service
How will you spend your time this summer? Make sure to dedicate some time to those less fortunate. Even if your schedule is packed, here are a few simple ideas to make an impact on your community.

1. Go through your closets and donate any clothes you have not worn in the last year to a local charity or rescue mission.

2. Get your friends together and clean out your kitchen cupboards and donate canned goods and non-perishables to your local food bank.

3. Spend an afternoon teaching a senior citizen how to use their electronics or computer.

4. Improve your mind and feed the hungry at the same time. Test your vocabulary skill on The organization will donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme for every answer you get right. (This is a paid advertising site not associated with Frontier Girls so visit at your own risk).

5. Spend an hour singing or playing music at a senior citizen center.

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