Summer Camp 2013
Summer camp sessions for 2013
2013 Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa welcomes all girls to experience a fantastic adventure at camp this summer! Whether you’re a camp veteran or new to our programs, we’re so excited to have you join us for Girl Scout Camp! We know you will have a great time meeting new friends, trying out new activities and making memories that will last a lifetime. It’sTime For Summer Camp! For more information, visit our website at www.girlscoutsiowa.org. Visit one (or all) of our festivals and experience the fun you can have at Girl Scout Camp. We have lots of activities planned, including crafts, games, archery, and face painting. You might even get to climb, canoe, or meet one of the horses! There is no cost to attend. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. • Camp Tanglefoot – Saturday, June 8, 2013, 1 - 4 p.m. • Camp Joy Hollow – Sunday, May 12, 2013, 1 - 4 p.m. • Camp Sacajawea – Saturday, May 25, 2013, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. To register for the event that you would like to attend, please contact the appropriate Camp Director. Family Fun Festival Camp Tanglefoot Camp Joy Hollow Camp Sacajawea Accreditation Statement Camp Sacajawea, Camp Tanglefoot, and Camp Joy Hollow are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) and meet their high standards for program design and activities, site and food service, transportation, health and wellness, operational management and human resources, along with screening and training of all personnel. Our camps have voluntarily submitted to this independent appraisal conducted by camp professionals and have earned this mark of distinction for many years. In addition, all of our camps operate under all guidelines recommended by Girl Scouts of the USA listed in our Safety Activity Checkpoints. For more information about ACA, visit them on the web at www.acacamps.org. 2013 Summer Programs and Registration Information ABOUT OUR CAMPS Dear Girl Scouts, Family, and Friends, As we enter into our next 100 years of Girl Scouting, we look back fondly on the history and tradition that has made a difference in the lives of millions of young women over the past century. Now we look forward to the future and what the next century holds, and Girl Scout Camp will continue to be an essential part of our mission: to build girls of courage, conﬁdence, and character, who make the world a better place. If you mention camp to anyone, all sorts of traditional images come to mind like campﬁres, sticky and gooey s’mores, swimming, silly songs, horseback riding, nighttime stargazing, and of course, making friends. Many of us stop there however, and make the assumption that camp is about the activities that girls do, or the facilities that are provided for them. Those are deﬁnitely important aspects of camp, but camp is so much more! Girls who attend Girl Scout Camp make some of the best friends of their lives and learn what real friendship is all about. It is an exercise in self-reliance and social learning. All the activities at camp directly translate into concepts like community, conﬁdence, self-discovery, character, and courage. It is a unique combination of fun, friendship, the power of girls together, and experiencing nature, providing girls with a tangible self-esteem boost. Camp is a place where girls can ﬁnd the community that they have been searching for. Girl Scout Camp teaches girls independence, leadership development, self conﬁdence, the importance of teamwork and cooperation, environmental stewardship, and new skills that make them stronger. Of course, we also have to mention that girls have a GREAT time developing all of those skills! As a Girl Scout Council, it is our goal to give every girl the chance to obtain these skills by providing camp scholarships to every girl who needs one. Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa offers camp opportunities for girls going into grades 1-12 in the fall of 2013, at three resident camps: Camp Joy Hollow (Westﬁeld, IA), Camp Sacajawea (Boone, IA), and Camp Tanglefoot (Clear Lake, IA). Girls can sign up for any of our camp sessions as individuals or with a friend. Even girls who are not currently registered Girl Scouts can attend camp! You can register for any of our camps using the form included with the poster, or on our website, www.girlscoutsiowa.org. Please Laura Arrington, Abbie Smith, contact us with any questions Camp Sacajawea Camp Joy Hollow that you may have. We are here to make sure that you have a great experience and we look forward to seeing you at camp this summer! Yours in Girl Scouting, The Camp Directors Nestled in 360 acres of the famed Loess Hills, Camp Joy Hollow inspires nature awareness, appreciation, and inspiration with its native prairie grass, spring-fed creek, and natural beauty. The well-cared for facility offers tree-house style sleeping cabins, an air-conditioned lodge, modern showers and restrooms, an arts & crafts room, a swimming pool, an archery range, a Low Challenge course, hiking trails, ﬁre rings, a primitive camping area, and much more! Make new friends, have fun, and try new experiences – all in a safe, caring environment with well-trained staff! Camp Joy Hollow Abbie Smith 14092 Butcher Rd Camp Tanglefoot is situated on 50 acres along the Tanglefoot Bay of Clear Lake, Camp Director Westﬁeld, IA 51062 where you will ﬁnd woodlands, a reconstructed prairie, lake access, and a large 712-355-2333 meadow. There are ﬁve summer camp units where girls live in cabins or platform JoyHollow@gsiowa.org tents. The camp also boasts a warm, traditional dining lodge, two air-conditioned retreat buildings, a craft house, two large shower buildings, and a ﬂeet of fabulous boats at the waterfront. Popular activities include swimming and boating on Clear Lake, arts, music, outdoor living skills, trips, theme events, environmental studies, High and Low Challenge courses, and more! Julia Cira Camp Director Camp Tanglefoot 14948 Dogwood Ave Clear Lake, IA 50428 641-425-8186 CampTanglefoot@gsiowa.org Julia Cira, Camp Tanglefoot Camp Sacajawea is located six miles outside of Boone on 450 acres of wooden ravines and plateaus bordering the Des Moines River. Our living units include platform tents, cabins, and lodges. Along with our dining center, we have a program center and two new outdoor arenas for our horse programs. We have a summer herd of thirty horses and an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Favorite activities include horseback riding, our High and Low Challenge course, swimming, and traditional Girl Scout Camp activities. Girls who sign up for equestrian programs will spend two hours per day at the Equestrian Center. All riders must be able to function in a group riding lesson with a ratio of six riders to two staff. Riding is a physical activity that requires the girls to pay close attention to verbal instructions. Camp Sacajawea 638 L Ave Boone, IA 50036 515-729-1843 CampSac@gsiowa.org LEVEL 1 programs are for girls with little or no experience. These sessions are designed to give a solid foundation of equestrian skills with an introduction to basic riding skills. Arrington LEVEL 2 programs areLaura for girls with previous experience in western style riding, Camp which Director includes a minimum of ﬁve hours riding experience or the completion of a Level 1 session at Camp Sacajawea. Girls should be able to saddle a horse and control it at a walk. LEVEL 3 programs are designed for girls with ten hours of western riding experience or the completion of a Level 2 session at Camp Sacajawea. The skills necessary for this level include saddling a horse and controlling it at a walk and trot. Registering for Camp Registering for camp is easy! There are two ways to register: • Visit our secure website at www.girlscoutsiowa.org and click on the camp drop-down menu. • Send in your registration and deposit using the enclosed forms. Send forms to: Des Moines Leadership Center 10715 Hickman Road Des Moines, Iowa 50322 Questions about registration? Contact your local Leadership Center. Des Moines Leadership Center 10715 Hickman Road Des Moines, Iowa 50322 1-800-342-8389 Fort Dodge Leadership Center 112 South 3rd Street Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501 1-800-798-8141 Mason City Leadership Center 601 South Illinois Ave. Mason City, Iowa 50401 1-800-657-5853 Sioux City Leadership Center 1515 Zenith Drive Sioux City, Iowa 51103 1-800-746-8947 Council Bluffs Leadership Center 1860 Madison Ave. Suite 3 Council Bluffs, Iowa 51503 1-800-422-2093 Please note: • Girls should base their grade level on the grade they will be entering in the fall of 2013. • Date, grade level, description, and the camp price are noted for each camping session. There is a $30 non-refundable deposit required for each session with the application forms. • For Day Camps or camp sessions that cost less than $30, the full amount must be paid at the time of registration. Buddies at Resident Camp Girl Scout Camp is a wonderful way to meet new people. A camper may request ONE “buddy” on her camp registration form. Both campers must register for the same program and session, list each other on their forms, and must mail registrations and deposits in the same envelope. If you are registering online, please note that both campers must request each other or placement will not occur. We will do our best to accommodate multiple buddies and larger groups however, we cannot make any guarantees. Requests for more than one buddy must be made in writing, directly to the Camp Director, at least two weeks before the start of the camp session. Deposits In anticipation of a camper’s attendance, various expenses are incurred, such as supplies, equipment, registration, and camp stafﬁng costs. Accordingly, there is a non-refundable $30 deposit for each session due with the Registration Form and Campership Form. Forms received without the deposit will be returned. If you are requesting a campership to help cover your cost, and are unable to pay the $30 deposit, please provide a written explanation. This deposit is applied to the session cost. If a session is cancelled by the participant, the deposit is retained. If the Council cancels a session, the deposit will be returned. Please note that the deposit is not transferable to another camper. Cookie Dough may NOT be used for the deposit. Expected Camper Behavior Campers exhibiting inappropriate behavior including but not limited to: biting, hitting, using excessive profanity, refusing to participate in a program, not following staff directions, bullying, creating a hostile and unsafe environment, and/or not following camp rules, will be sent home immediately without a refund. Camperships Camperships are available for one camp session to those demonstrating need. The Campership Application must be completed and attached to the camp registration. If applying online, there is an option to ﬁll out and send in your application. Notiﬁcation will be sent in the mail separate from the conﬁrmation packet. Camperships are based on the need to defer part of the total session cost. The $30 non-refundable deposit must be included with registration. Camperships may NOT be used for any adult fees. Cookie Dough Cookie Dough may be used for camp but may NOT be used for the $30 deposit or any adult fees. See the Cookie Dough chart to help you determine how much Cookie Dough you can earn to use towards your camp session. Cookie Dough can be used to pay the full cost of day camp. Counselors & Staff Camp Directors recruit and screen mature, qualiﬁed staff who desire to share their enthusiasm for camping, the outdoors, and arts with your camper. We also may hire international staff to give your camper the chance to broaden her understanding of other cultures. All camp staff participate in an intensive pre-camp training, which includes program, ﬁrst aid, CPR, camping, and human relation skills, among others. Specially qualiﬁed staff direct the water activities, archery, challenge course, rock climbing, and horseback riding areas. Camp staff are required to pass a background check as part of their employment. Refunds Due to Illness Partial refunds are made only if a girl becomes ill and cannot attend her camp session as scheduled. A physician’s note is required and a request for the refund must be submitted in writing to Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa within one week after the camp session. No refunds are given if a girl returns home during camp because of illness, injury, homesickness, inappropriate behavior, or any other circumstance. Health Screening Girls and adults will go through a brief health screening upon arrival at camp. Girls and adults found to have a high temperature or contagious illness/disease will be sent home. All participants are checked for head lice during the check-in at camp and if found, the camper will be sent home for treatment and must be cleared by a doctor before being allowed back at camp. The Camp Health Supervisor and/or Camp Director reserves the right to refuse admittance to any girl/adult who does not meet acceptable health conditions. The Camp Director reserves the right to request that any child who is ill or unable to adapt to camp living be returned home. Dietary or Medical Restrictions Prior to girls coming to camp, please contact the Camp Directors for campers requiring special diets or accommodations. You can discuss the nature of your camper’s needs and gather additional information to determine if the camp can provide the proper support, supervision, and necessary accommodations for your camper to have a safe, fulﬁlling camp experience. Weather-Related Changes Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa reserves the right to alter scheduled activities due to weather conditions. Alternative options will be offered to replace an activity cancelled due to weather. Our primary concern is your daughter’s safety, but every effort will be made to reschedule activities. NO refunds or adjustments in fees will be made. onor On my h nd my country, God a s, To serve t all time w. a le p o e To help p he Girl Scout La ve by t And to li ut o c S l r i G se Prom, i I will try: Camp T anglefoot KEY Equestrian Camp Resident Camp Family Camp Leadership Camp Grades 4-5 Learn various acting techniques, and put them into action during a performance for the entire camp! $300 July 22-July 27 I will do my be st to be honest and fa ir, friendly and h elpful, considerate a nd caring, courageous a n d strong, a responsible fo r what I say an nd d do, and to respect myse lf and others, respect autho ri use resources ty, w isely, make the worl d a better pla ce, and be a siste r to every Girl Scout. Girl Scout La w Day Camp Grades 4-5 Learn the basics of using a bow and arrow at this archery-based session! $300 July 29-August 3 Grade 9 $450 A Leader-In-Training (L.I.T.) is a Girl Scout who is taking her ﬁrst step to become a camp leader. Join us for this one-of-a-kind session! Grades 8-9 July 16-August 3 You can decide what activities you want to participate in with your new friends and counselors during this session. $300 July 29-August 3 Grade 10 You will gain many skills during this session, including experience in responsibility, contemporary issues, child development skills, outdoor living skills, and so much more! $450 Grades 4-5 July 16-August 3 Find clues and follow them to learn more about your forest friends! You will then put your detective skills to the test to solve the Camp Mystery this week! $150 June 30-July 2 For longer descriptions of all of our programs, be sure to visit our website! Register early to guarantee your spot! Camp sessions ﬁll quickly. Capacities are available on our website. www.girlscoutsiowa.org Grade 11 You will enhance your leadership skills during this session, and you can apply to become an “Apprentice Counselor” upon completion! $150 Grades 6-8 July 16-August 3 Come to camp this week and enjoy sports like gaga, basketball, soccer, and volleyball! $305 July 8-July 13 Camp T anglefoot Grades 1-3 Experience all of your camp favorites during this three-day program! Great for ﬁrst-time campers! $150 Grades 4-5 Looking for a relaxing summer getaway? If so, visit the “Tanglefoot Spa” as part of this unique program! $300 Grades 4-5 June 15-June 17 June 22-June 24 June 15-June 20 July 15-July 20 Learn about the little critters that squiggle, squirm, climb, and ﬂy around camp, then take a ﬁeld trip to a local fossil park! $305 Grades 1-12 Come to camp with your mom, aunt, grandma, or another female adult for a fun overnight! $60/girl $60/adult June 22-June 27 June 29-June 30 Grades 4-5 Fizzy, gooey, bubbly experiments are awaiting a super scientist like YOU! $325 July 8-July 13 Grades 1-3 $150 Grades 6-8 $300 Grades 1-3 $150 Your days will be ﬁlled with fun arts and crafts projects related to nature! Choose what you do this week and spend time in your favorite areas of camp! June 15-June 17 June 30-July 2 July 22-July 24 June 22-June 27 Whether you're looking to try camping for the ﬁrst time or have always enjoyed camp, this program is for you! June 30-July 2 July 29-July 31 Grades 4-5 $300 Grades 6-8 Get pampered at the “Tanglefoot Spa” and put on a fashion show during this session! $300 July 8-July 13 Grades 1-3 Splash into this wacky water session at camp this summer! $150 Learn how to build a ﬁre, build a shelter, how to cook outdoors, and learn about plants and animals! Grades 4-5 June 22-June 24 July 22-July 24 July 29-July 31 Create and decorate your own kite – and color the wind this week! $200 June 22-June 27 Grades 4-5 June 17-June 20 July 31-August 3 Stay up late, play night games, put on a light show with glow sticks, and much more! $300 July 8-July 13 Grades 6-8 You'll have the opportunity to paint, draw, sculpt, make jewelry, and enjoy all of your favorite camp activities. $300 Grades 4-5 Dance the night away after you learn a variety of dance styles - from country line dancing, to hip-hop, to disco, to popular group dances, and more! $200 June 22-June 27 Grades 7-9 Grades 6-8 Grades 4-5 Come swim, canoe, kayak, and paddle board with us at this session! June 17-June 20 June 24-June 27 July 24-July 27 July 31 - August 3 $200 Join us for an archery-based session where you will learn the basics of using a bow and arrow! $300 Take part in the High Challenge course at Camp Tanglefoot and go on a high adventure climbing ﬁeld trip! $330 July 8-July 13 July 8-July 13 June 24-June 27 July 24-July 27 Grades 4-5 Spend your week paddle boating, paddle boarding, and paddling a canoe and kayak at the waterfront! $300 Grades 7-9 Grades 6-8 Launch into your acting career with one-act plays, writing your own skits, and performing a show for the entire camp! $300 Grades 1-12 June 15-June 20 July 15-July 20 June 15-June 20 Come enjoy camp with your sister, cousin, or best friend while meeting new Girl Scout sisters! $150/girl $150/sister Backpack at Yellow River State Forest, go mountain biking at George Wyth State Park, canoe across Clear Lake, and complete the High Ropes Course! $500 Grades 6-9 Sailing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle-boating, and spending time on the water will be our focus this week! $305 July 15-July 20 June 30-July 2 July 17-July 27 Camp Sacajawea Grades 1-3 Grades 9-11 $330 In this session, we will cover the basics grooming, saddling, and walking your horse in the arena! Girl Scout Brownies-get ready to ride during this three day, two night session! KEY Equestrian Camp Resident Camp Family Camp $165 Grade 9 Grades 4-5 Challenge yourself this week as you're led through a series of mental and physical challenges! June 16 - June 21 Grades 6-8 $330 Level 1: In this session, we will cover the basics -grooming, saddling, and walking your horse in the arena! June 23 - June 25 June 26 - June 28 June 30 - July 2 July 7 - July 9 July 10 - July 12 July 14 - July 16 July 17 - July 19 July 21 - July 23 July 24 - July 26 $300 A Leader-In-Training (L.I.T.) is a Girl Scout who is taking her ﬁrst step to become a camp leader. Join us for this one-of-a-kind session! $450 Leadership Camp Day Camp June 16 - June 21 July 14-August 2 Grades 4-5 Grade 9 Calling all “Camp Scene Investigators!” We have a unique detective game we want you to take part in! $300 Grade 10 June 16 - June 21 Level 2: Are you ready for the next level of your cowgirl experience? If so, come join us for our Level 2 series of ‘Cowgirls! ‘ July 14 - July 19 Level 3: Complete your horse riding experience with this Level 3 session! Wondering what level you belong in? See our Horse Level descriptions on the back of this poster under the Camp Sacajawea heading. June 16 - June 21 You will gain so many things during this session, including experience in responsibility, contemporary issues, child development skills, outdoor living skills, and so much more! $450 Create your own jewelry, wearable art, the latest fashions, and room accessories during this program! $300 July 7 - July 12 July 21 - July 26 July 14-August 2 July 28 - August 2 Grade 11 Grades 4-5 $330 Level 1: Campers will learn the basics of grooming, saddling, and mounting a horse, and will have the opportunity to ride in our arena! You will enhance your leadership skills during this session, and you can apply to become an “Apprentice Counselor” upon completion! $150 July 14-August 2 June 16 - June 21 June 23 - June 28 Level 2: During this session, you will refresh your skills learned in Level 1- saddling your horse, grooming, and riding in the arena. Grades 9-11 $450 July 7 - July 12 July 21 - July 26 July 28 - August 2 If you’re in 9th, 10th or 11th grade, love horses, and want to take your ﬁrst step in becoming a camp leader, this session is for you! July 14-August 2 Grades 4-5 Spend your day taking part in camp activities and pampering yourself at our “Camp Spa!” $300 Camp Sacajawea July 21 - July 26 Grades 9-11 Challenge yourself this week as you're led through a series of mental and physical challenges, including the climbing wall, the High Challenge course, and extreme sports! $350 July 7 - July 12 Grades 6-8 Come to this camp session and we’ll venture up in the air and below ground! You’ll get to rock climb and explore a cave in Minnesota! $375 June 16 - June 21 Grades 6-8 Grades 6-8 Leave the civilized world behind as you go primitive camping this week! $300 Begin the week at camp by taking part in climbing and team-building activities, followed by a trip to Minnesota for an overnight campout and a cave adventure at Mystery Cave State Park! $375 Grades 4-5 Grades 1-3 June 23-June 28 Cool down at the pool and play tons of super-awesome water games at this wet and wacky summer session! $150 July 7- July 12 In this late-night session, you and your fellow “Star Gazers” will stay up later than the rest of camp as you take part in night time activities! $300 July 14-July 19 Grades 4-5 Calling all drama mamas … We will see you this summer for a week full of fun on stage! $300 June 16 -June 18 June 19-June 21 July 7 - July 9 July 10 - July 12 July 28 - July 30 July 31-August 2 Grades 6-8 Participate in a variety of sports, including volleyball, soccer, archery, swimming, and basketball! $300 Grades 4-5 If you love to get your groove on, join us for this awesome dance session! $150 July 14 - July 19 July 28 - August 2 July 28-August 2 June 30-July 2 Grades 1-3 Grades 4-5 Grades 1-12 $150/girl $150/sister Beat the heat with this cool adventure! You’ll go canoeing, go on a late night swim, and make your own ice cream! $300 Grades 4-5 (Prices vary) Don't miss this awesome opportunity to camp out with your sister this summer! June 30-July 2 June 23-June 28 July 14-July 19 July 28-August 2 During this session you’ll enjoy tons of fun sports, as well as other awesome camp activities! Grades 6-8 June 30 - July 2 July 7-July 12 $150 $300 You’ll tackle our climbing tower, as well as High and Low Challenge courses during this action-packed session! $300 Spend your days crafting at camp this summer! $150 June 23-June 28 July 21 – July 26 June 23 - June 25 June 26 - June 28 July 14 - July 16 July 17 - July 19 July 21 - July 23 July 24 - July 26 Grades 4-5 During this introductory hiking session, you will learn the basics of camping - including what to take on a trip and how to plan meals! $205 Camp Joy Hollow KEY Equestrian Camp Leadership Camp Day Camp Grades 6-8 $300 July 7 - July 10 Grades 1-3 Spend an action-packed day at Camp Joy Hollow participating in your favorite camp activities! $30 Resident Camp Family Camp June 13 *Full cost of Day Camp is required at time of registration Are you brave enough to join us for our ďŹ rst-ever "Joy Hollow Games?" This outdoor skills challenge, inspired by Suzanne Collins' best-selling novel, "The Hunger Games," will test your basic camping skills! Grade 4-6 Stomp your way through the book "Where the Wild Things Are," as we make our own crowns, transform ourselves into "Wild Things," and go on a Wild Rumpus. $35* June 23 - June 28 June 14 *Full cost of Day Camp is required at time of registration Grades 4-6 Calling all Muggles! Calling all Muggles! Join us for a journey through J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series as we learn about the world of wizarding! $250 July 14 - July 18 Grades 1-3 Grab your pillow and your favorite pajamas and get ready for a sweet slumber party! $150 Grades 1-3 June 16 - June 18 Design your own fairy wings, search for fairies on a moonlit hike, and make magical memories! $150 June 23 - June 25 Grades 1-3 Grades 4-5 From manicures to facials, spend three days of your summer pampering yourself! $150 Grab a friend, swimsuit, and sunscreen, and join us for a great time ďŹ lled with fabulous water activities! $150 Grades 6-8 Grab a friend or come make new friends at Camp Joy Hollow! We will stay up late, star gaze, and learn proper dinner etiquette. $260 Grade 1-3 June 16 - June 18 Dabble in a little bit of everything as we explore the world of art! $150 June 26 - June 28 July 10 - July 12 July 14 - July 18 July 10 - July 12 Grades 1-11 Spend time at camp this summer with your sister -- and connect with other Girl Scout "sisters" at the same time! $150/girl $150/sister Grades 4-5 Grades K-11 Come experience camp with your mom, aunt, grandma, or another female adult for a fun overnight! $40/girl $40/adult Get ART-RAGEOUS with some hands-on crafts! We will experiment with candlemaking, methods of clay molding, and explore nature for inspiration. $205 Grades 6-8 $300 Grades 9-11 $300 Come hike, camp, and explore Indian Cave State Park near Rockport, Missouri, on the Nebraska border! June 19 - June 21 June 29-June 30 July 7 - July 10 July 20 - July 24 (2 Sessions) GIVE TO THE CAMPERSHIP FUND COOKIE DOUGH Packages Sold 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Cookie Dough Earned $12.50 $18.75 $25.00 $37.50 $50.00 $62.50 $75.00 $87.50 $100.00 Packages Sold 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 Cookie Dough Earned $125 .00 $150.00 $175 .00 $200.00 $225.00 $250.00 $275.00 $300.00 We believe every girl deserves the opportunity to come to camp, where she will make life-long friends, memories, and learn valuable skills! It’s for this reason, we offer Camperships (camp scholarships) for girls in need of ﬁnancial assistance. Our camperships are funded by foundations, businesses and individuals who know the valuable outcomes that camp delivers. On average, $350 will provide a girl a week of Girl Scout Camp. At camp, girls ﬁnd the courage to overcome challenges, experience the outdoors, go on adventures, learn to be leaders, and discover themselves! To make a gift to our Campership Fund and send a girl to camp, donate online at www.girlscoutsiowa.org or sending a check to your local Girl Scout Leadership Center. ** Plus, for every additional 200 boxes sold over the 1,000 level, girls will receive an additional $50.00 in Cookie Dough ** Cookie Dough & Bonus Cookie Dough We want YOU on our summer camp staff! We are currently hiring for all positions including: -Counselors -Lifeguards -Food Service Staff -Health Supervisors* Cookie Dough is to be used by girls for: COOKIE DOUGH Packages Sold Cookie Dough Bonus Earned BONUS 500 750 1,000 $100 $200 $300 Every Girl Scout who sells 50 cookie packages or more earns Cookie Dough. This is an earned award and is to be used only for Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa sponsored activities. Cookie Dough can only be shared with a registered Girl Scout sibling within a household. Cookie Dough is not cumulative and expires on September 15, 2013. Registration fees: • Any event, series, camp, or travel activity listed in the Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Events & Activity Book. • Any camp session listed in the Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Summer Camp Book. • Any Destination trip sponsored by Girl Scouts of the USA. Purchase of Council merchandise: • Any merchandise sold in a Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Leadership Center shop or the Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa online shop. Cookie Dough Bonus for Camp and Travel *This is one of the most critical jobs at camp. To be eligible you need to be a registered nurse, EMT, paramedic, or nursing student (with at least one year of schooling) who would consider living and working at camp for at least one full week. Camp-age daughters of Health Supervisors can attend camp at a reduced fee. For more information, please contact your Camp Director. To apply, visit www.girlscoutsiowa.org. Help us make the 2013 camp season the best yet! Summer camp staff must be 18 years of age or older. Cookie Dough Bonuses may be used for registration fees for (see above chart for bonus amounts): • Any camp listed in the Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Summer Camp Book (not deposit). • Any travel opportunity listed in the Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Events & Activities Book. Cookie Dough Bonus amounts will not be automatically placed on Cookie Dough Swipe Cards. It will be credited to the Girl Scout’s account when her registration form is received and processed. Cookie Dough Bonuses are ﬁgured based on how many packages sold by each girl. Cookie Dough Bonusese are not cumulative.