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Daniel Pearl's Operation Beautiful

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Program HostChapter
Host Region and ChapterCotton States
DANIEL PEARL BBG
Program TypeCommunity Service
Education
Entertainment
Sisterhood
Social Action
Time Required2-5 hours
Target Population(s)Girls (BBG)
Members
Teen Leaders
Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
Folds Targeted
Community Service
Social Action
Creativity
Recreation
Sisterhood
People Participating10-30
Related Website

http://operationbeautiful.com/

Program Summary:

This Program is about Operation Beautiful, an organization dedicated to ending negative self talk among girls.

Full Description:

Name of the program: Daniel Pearl’s Operation Beautiful
Chapter Name: Daniel Pearl BBG #2252
Date of program: October 9, 2011
Time of program: 12:30- 3:00
Location of program: Brooke Saharovici’s House: 6766 Post Oak Cove, Memphis TN
Names of the program planners: Sonja Lipman, Eden Siskind, Olivia Landau, Jamie Marquis, Lila Gordon, and Leeraz Zuo
Folds being used: Jewish Heritage, Social Action, Community Service, Sisterhood, Creativity, Recreation

SCHEDULING:
Timeline for the program:
12:30- 12:40- Socialize/Eating
12:45-12:55- Introduce the Program to the Chapter
12:55-1- break off into stations
1:00-2:00- stations/rotations
2:00-2:15- do I don’t like my___ activity and talk about true beauty.
2:00- 2:06- watch Operation Beautiful Video
2:06- 2:30-Go to the JCC to post Operation Beautiful notes
3:10-3:20- go back to Brooke’s House
3:20-3:30- Feedback from the chapter
3:30- Pickup

Supply List:
Construction Paper, markers, sticky notes, camera, a poster, and food, computer

What steps were taken to plan this program?
The planning committee brainstormed on ideas and decided to do a sisterhood fold that incorporated something with inner beauty. I found Operation Beautiful and contacted the local abused women’s shelter and see ways we could help out. Then we thought of ideas to do for stations, and finalized it by writing a script and setting exact dates/times. (Making it official by creating a fb event, reminders in emails, and putting in on dashboard)
 THE PROGRAM:
If the program incorporates multiple folds, which fold (if any) is the focus on?
This program is a 6-fold program that incorporates all aspects of fold types, but mainly focuses on Social Action and Sisterhood.

What is the purpose of the program?
What do you want members to get out of it?
The purpose of the program is to educate our members on what the true meaning of beauty is as a BBG, and show them the importance of sisterhood.

How many people do you expect to be at the program?
15-20

FINAL CHECKLIST:
(This checklist contains tasks for every type of program, so note that not every item on this list will need to be checked off for every program.)

__ The program has been posted on the dashboard.
__ The advisor(s) has/have been notified and approved the program.
_x The member(s) planning/leading services been contacted.
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_ The services have been printed.
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_x Members have been notified/advertised to chapter members.
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_ xThe price and time has been set for the program.
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_ A sufficient number of chaperones have been notified about the             program and have made the commitment.
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x A cleanup arrangement has been set.                   
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xThe project location has been reconfirmed.               
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_x All materials have been purchased.
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x Members have been reminded about the attire for the project.

Introduction:
Hello lovely members of Pearl BBG! This program will incorporate the six fold types: Jewish Heritage, Social Action, Community Service, Sisterhood, Creativity, and Recreation. This fold is about Operation Beautiful: an organization dedicated to end negative self-talk, and make women feel positive about the way they look. As a chapter we will be splitting up into two stations. One station will be writing letters to the Abused Women of Memphis Shelter and discussing what beauty truly means, and the other will be playing an identity sherades game and discussing stereotypes. Afterwards we will come together as a chapter to watch the Operation Beautiful video and writing notes to place around the JCC. This fold can truly be meaningful if you participate and have fun with it! Enjoy!

Women Shelter Intro:
Today we are going to be making cards for abused women of Memphis. This is a really important project because these women have gone through what may be unimaginable for us: they have been physically abused. Now these women are on the journey to find their inner beauty and stick up for who they really are. To help  we will be encouraging them by writing inspirational cards to boost their confidence that say things like “you’re beautiful just the way you are.” Though writing a short and sweet card may not seem so big to you, you are making a huge impact on these strong women’s lives, so please take a moment to think about how much this means to them.

Have you ever thought you were ugly?
Have you ever judged another girl, even a friend, by her looks, her outfit, or how she did her hair?
Have you ever changed your appearance to fit in?
Have you ever been excluded from a clique? Or even worse, a part of one?
Do you act differently around certain people?

If you answered yes to any of these questions always remember:
Beauty is being different.
Beauty is standing out.
Beauty is being a B’nai Brith Girl.
Beauty is respecting yourself and others.
Beauty is on the inside.
Beauty is how you act.
Beauty is being you.

JCC- Now you must wondering what we are doing at the JCC with our Operation Beautiful notes. Well, we are going to go one step further and post our notes all around the JCC: in the bathrooms, in the gym, on doors, and show that we, Pearl BBGS, want to but an end to negative girl talk. We are all beautiful here, and we all deserve to know that.
End of program: Thank you all for participating and making this fold a success! Is there any feedback on the program? What did you like, dislike? Ways for improvement, or ideas on how to make the next fold even better?

Submitter's Suggestions:

Carefully plan out the program because it involves a lot of different activities and run through it before hand