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SUMMER CAMP For ALL girls in grades 1-12


Girl Scouting is entering its 100th year in 2012, which has been designated “Year of the Girl.” We strive to evolve our programming as our culture evolves to meet today’s girl’s needs. Girls today want experiences that give them the opportunity to try something new, feel confident and face their fears. Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay (GSCB) offers summer camp programs that present these opportunities to our campers. GSCB camps have a solid commitment to understanding and applying strategies that work best with girls. Whether paid or volunteer, we specifically hire those with experience in Girl Scouting so they have a passion for working with girls. Programs are designed to give girls the opportunity to learn through fun, imaginative and exciting activities. These activities help develop a strong sense of self, critical thinking skills, working in cooperation with others, developing relationships and becoming problem solvers. You may see that many of our camps’ prices are far lower than our competitors. We do this because we want ALL girls to experience our camps. We also offer scholarships and discounts to campers to ensure that all families who need the support can receive it. Each program provides both emotional- and skill-based progression. We want every girl to walk away from camp wanting more—forever changed, with lifelong friends she will never forget.

Join us as we celebrate the centennial summer of the Girl Scout movement and you will see why there is … More than you think!

2012 Summer Camp Directors

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Cathy Stafford Camp and Outdoor Program Manager

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Four separate camps–Four exciting experiences! Camp Grove Point 2930 Grove Neck Rd. Earleville, MD 21919

Located in Earleville, Maryland, Camp Grove Point is located on 265 scenic acres. Our most diverse camp, Camp Grove Point includes meadows, woods, wetlands and a large beach on the Sassafras River. Resident and Day Camps - 8 Weeks

Summer camp is an experience like no other. This year’s camp guide focuses on the closest Day Camps for your region, as well as all Resident Camps. All of our camp facilities are listed on this page. If you are interested in any of our other Day Camps, please see our website, www.gscb.org. Summer camp is a place to discover yourself, meet new friends and gain courage, confidence and character.

Camp Todd

25012 Beauchamp Branch Rd. Denton, MD 21629 Located in Denton, Maryland, Camp Todd has 58 acres sitting on a beautiful freshwater lake where various boating and swimming activities are offered. Camp Todd has a beautiful meadow, wooded areas, an island and a zipline. Summer Daze Day Camp - 3 Weeks Summer Roundup Resident Camp - 1 Week

Camp Sandy Pines 27157 Riverside Dr. Extension Fruitland, MD 21826

Located in Fruitland, Maryland, Camp Sandy Pines is a wooded area of 49 acres with a small sandy meadow and is the only Council camp with tree houses. Camp Sandy Pines also offers a fun trip. Day Camp - 1 Week

Camp Country Center 1051 Sharpless Rd. Hockessin, DE 19707

Located in Hockessin, Delaware, Camp Country Center has 40 wooded acres, a meadow area, plus a scenic hiking trail. It is home to our Lynn W. Williams Science and Technology Lodge and program laboratory. Trained professionals facilitate specialized programming. Day Camp - 6 Weeks

Day Camp............................................................. pg. 4 Resident Camp....................................................pg. 5 General Information......................................... pg. 7 How to Register................................................... pg. 8 Detailed Camp Descriptions.......................... pg. 9 Trading Post/Financial Aid........................... pg. 10 Registration Form............................................. pg. 11

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Camp Country Center Day Camp Camp Country Center Camp Country Center

Day Camp offers six weeks of fun-filled, exciting summer camp opportunities. There are several options to choose from with a variety of specialty focuses: Environmental explorations through drama and exploring science and technology in our laboratory. Girls will enjoy activities within their same grade levels and enjoy spending time with caring adults and teen assistants. There are several options for ALL girls entering grades 2-8. June 18- 22, July 30-August 3 and August 6-10 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Cost: $195 per camper. Includes snacks and materials.

The camp fee will be reduced for one camper if an adult family member (age 21+) volunteers for the week. If you would like to volunteer for any of the science camps, please contact Carlyn Nelson, Science Camp Director. Volunteer opportunities are limited, so call as soon as possible. (See pg. 8.) For theater camp, please contact Melissa Cowitt, Drama Camp Director, mcowitt@cbgsc.org. Transportation is available for Council-sponsored Country Center Day Camps only, not Volunteer Day Camp. Pick up and drop off locations will be in Brandywine Hundred, North Wilmington and Newark. Additional fee of $30 per week for transportation. Exact locations will be sent in your confirmation packet.

GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

2-4

6/18-22

Go Girls Go!

Girls will investigate the wonders of science in our laboratory, explore the outdoors and learn how to work successfully with others through team building activities.

5-8

6/18-22

Girls Can Do it!

Cooking, exploring outdoors, sewing, photography, robots. We try everything.

3-5

7/30-8/3

ACTing! For A Better World Drama Camp

Stand up for a cleaner, healthier planet as you learn to beautify your own community, and hone your acting skills with energizing games and an environmental-themed script. The week will culminate in a performance that will teach your family and friends how to work together for a better world.

5-8

7/30-8/3

Girls In Gear I

We are in our 4th year. This science-focused day camp is a partnership with Girls Inc., DE and YWCA, DE. Cooking, constructing a recycled materials green house, photography, robotics, archeology, astronomy and more. Each week’s activities are different.

2-4

8/6-10

Adventure Girls We Can Do Anything!

Photography, hiking, team building games, microscopes and gardening. We will try it all.

5-8

8/6-10

Girls In Gear II

This science-focused day camp is a partnership with Girls Inc., DE and YWCA, DE. Cooking, constructing a recycled materials green house, photography, robotics, archeology, astronomy and more. Each week's activities are different. Please join us for one, or both sessions.

7-12

All Sessions Program Aide

Join us if you have your Program Aide Pin. Practice the following skills while having fun: group management, young girl inspiration and facilitating program activities. Girls may achieve P.A. recognition.

7-11

All Sessions Counselor In Training I

Learn what to expect from younger campers, teach younger campers outdoor skills and facilitate a camper program. Pre-camp CIT training is required. Girls may receive CIT recognition.

7-12

All Sessions Camp Aide

Join us for a week as an assistant. You must attend pre-camp training. This may fulfill Service Learning Hour requirements and/or Community Service Bar requirements.

Volunteer Day Camp @ Camp Country Center Volunteer Day Camp Walk on the Wild Side Day

Camp! This is a camp for ALL girls entering grades 1-12. Girls may only register for one week. This camp is supported and staffed completely by adult volunteers, and is not processed through GSCB for registration.

Cost: Each session is $85 per week. Optional overnight Thursday at no cost. Extended hours available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday until 5 p.m. Cost is $5 per day.

If you are at least 18 years of age and would like to volunteer as a 5-day volunteer, your first child will attend free and a second for half price. Please contact Volunteer Day Camp Director Nancy Alejandro, nancy@caphoto.com or 302-234-7655. Please visit www.volunteerdaycamp.org for more information and to register.

GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

1-12

6/25-29 7/9-13 7/23-27

Walk on the Wild Side I Walk on the Wild Side II Walk on the Wild Side III

Girls will enjoy traditional outdoor activities, cooking, crafting and skill building in small group settings. Field trip on Wednesday and optional overnight on Thursday. Girls in grades 1-6 come as campers. Girls in grades 7-12 come as teen leaders.

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Camp Grove Point Resident Camp

sunset on the sassafras

wild water works

camp hogwarts

once upon a time

Never say neverland

mini-Vacation

OUTDOOR Go M.A.d.d for ADVENTURES music, art, drama and dance!

See pg. 9 for more details for Camp Grove Point.

GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

1-3

6/17-22

Outdoors And S'mores

Learn what it means to be a successful camper. Go on a day hike, plan a campout, build a shelter and play camping and nature games.

COST $275

4, 5

6/17-22

Forest Fun

Plan an overnight, cookout and learn about plants and animals found in the woods.

$275

6-8

6/17-22

Wonders In The Woods

Learn how to cook creative outdoor meals and learn ways to live on land while leaving very little impact.

$275

9-12

6/17-22

Night Owls

Try a midnight cookout, a hike under the stars, twilight swimming and boating.

$275

1-3

6/24-29

Grove Point Super Star

Up close or far away a star is born. See if you have what it takes to be the next Grove Point Super Star.

$275

4, 5

6/24-29

Creative Campers

Take a picture, draw a picture or paint a picture. These skills will come in handy if you are looking to be the next van Gogh.

$275

6-8

6/24-29

All The Wood's A Stage

Get dressed up, perform in a play and show off in front of your new friends at camp.

$275

1-3

7/1-3

Camp Taster

Enjoy a little bit of everything and get a taste of what Resident Camp is all about.

*

4, 5

7/1-3

Clue

Was it Ms. White in the woods with the rope? You are in charge in this life-sized game.

*

6-8

7/1-3

Camp Scene Investigation

Come discover clues, decode a secret message and examine fingerprints.

*

9-12

7/1-3

In-Spa-Ration

Turn stress to success by learning yoga, healthy living tips and making natural skin products.

*

1-3

7/5-7

Camp Taster

Enjoy a little bit of everything and get a taste of what Resident Camp is all about.

*

4, 5

7/5-7

Clue

Was it Ms. White in the woods with the rope? You are in charge in this life-sized game.

*

6-8

7/5-7

Camp Scene Investigation

Come discover clues, decode a secret message, and examine fingerprints.

*

9-12

7/5-7

In-Spa-Ration

Turn stress to success by learning yoga, healthy living tips and making natural skin products.

*

1-3

7/8-13

Pixie Power

Take a trip through your imagination with your newfound pixie friends.

$275

4, 5

7/8-13

Mer-mastic

Cool off from the summer heat by having a party, playing water games and more.

$275

6-8

7/8-13

Lost Girls

Never grow up and have fun with other “Lost Girls” your age. Take a kayak trip, shoot a bow and challenge yourself.

$275

9-12

7/8-13

A Pirate’s Life

Sail the high seas, search for hidden treasure, make your own pirate gear and more.

$275

1-3

7/15-20

Princess Party With Teddy

Join other princesses at camp and bring your favorite Teddy or stuffed animal along. This is a week filled with fairytale adventures, activities and a teddy bear picnic.

$275

4, 5

7/15-20

Little Red Riding Scout

Go into the woods like some of the most famous storybook characters ever known.

$275

6-8

7/15-20

Backpacks And Breadcrumbs

Like Gretel, find your way around camp using only what you have on you. Explore with us in a fairytale fantasy of truth or make believe.

$275

1-3

7/22-29

Muggle Magic

Join other “muggles” for a week filled with adventure and wizardry.

$275

4, 5

7/22-29

Magical Creatures

Explore the stories of unicorns and all magical creatures who might be found at camp.

$275

6-8

7/22-29

Swish And Flick

Bring your wand and imagination to camp and study Potions, Herbology and more.

$275

9-12

7/22-29

Wizard Wonders

Transport to camp to discover new potions, visit the Forbidden Forest and dance at the Yule Ball.

$275

1-3

7/29-8/3

Under The Sea

Splish Splash on the Sassafras. Join us for a week of water fun.

$275

4, 5

7/29-8/3

Kayak Attack

Explore the Sassafras by kayak. Take a trip and unwind while paddling on the water.

$275

6-12

7/29-8/3

Aqua Adventures

Spend more time in the water than on dry land. Enjoy kayaking, sailing and much more.

$275

1-3

8/5-10

Pick A Pro

Pick your favorite activities at Camp Grove Point. You may do all of the activities once, or your favorite several times.

$275

4, 5

8/5-10

Choose Your Adventure

Choose your own adventure from the best programs Grove Point has to offer.

$275

6-8

8/5-10

Survivor Camp

Join us for an end of summer adventure of challenge and fun.

$275

* One session: $115, two sessions: $230.

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travel

leadership

equestrian

See pg. 9 for more details for Camp Grove Point. GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

4-8

6/17-22

Bits N' Bridles

Explore the styles, form and saddle used for both English and Western horse riding.

COST $395

4-8

6/24-29

Bits N’ Spurs

Uncover the difference in how you care for a horse in comparison to your friendly neighborhood pet. Take a deeper look into the study of horse health.

$395

4-8

7/15-20

Filly Fun

Discover the mystery behind the majestic history of horses. Learn why they are revered, loved, cherished and worshipped in some cultures.

$395

4-8

7/22-27

Cowgirls

Do you want a career working with horses? Come see what it takes.

$395

4-8

7/29-8/3

Tick And Tack

Learn where riders go and how they present their horses in local shows.

$395

7-8

6/17-22 6/24-29 7/8-13 7/15-20 7/22-27 7/29-8/3 8/5-10

Program Aide

Join us if you have your Program Aide Pin. Practice the following skills while having fun: group management, young girl inspiration and facilitating program activities. Girls may achieve P.A. recognition.

$195

9-11

7/15-27

Counselor In Training I

Learn what to expect from younger campers, teach younger campers’ outdoor skills, facilitate a camper program and celebrate camper success. You must make arrangements to go home on weekends. Girls may receive C.I.T. recognition.

$300

11, 12

7/15-8/15

Counselor In Training II

Use what you learned in Counselor In Training I and apply safety guidelines, gain a specific skill in the outdoors and celebrate camper success. Prerequisite: Must have attended Counselor In Training I.

$600

6-8

6/17-22

Camp The Peninsula

Travel to all camps in the Council. Hang out on the zipline at Todd, stay in the tree houses at Sandy Pines, visit the Tech Lodge at Country Center and more.

$395

9-12

6/24-29

Behind The Scene

Travel to the theater and get a behind the scenes pass to costume and set design.

$395

6-8

7/8-13

Fun 4 Sail

Have you always wanted to sail on the Sassafras? Learn about the three different types of boats on property. Put the wind in your sails and gain a new skill.

$395

9-12

7/15-20

Grimm AdventuresHaunted Landmarks

Take a tour of some of the most Grimm-tastic haunts found on the Delmarva Peninsula. Face your fears and explore with us.

$395

6-8

7/29-8/3

Guppy Gulch

Ride to an amazing water facility to enjoy extreme kayaking and aquatic life.

$395

6-8

8/5-10

Vertical Limits

Come explore the low ropes, rock wall and high ropes.

$395

9-12

8/5-10

X-Team Adventure

One of the most “x-treme” trips in Girl Scout history. Hike, climb and kayak your way through the week.

$395

Summer Roundup Camp Todd’s Resident Camp

See pg. 9 for details

SUMMER ROUNDUP camp todd’s RESIDENT CAMP

See pg. 9 for more details for Camp Todd’s Summer Roundup.

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GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

COST

1

8/5-9

Outdoor Skills

Learn everything a Girl Scout Daisy needs to know about living, playing and exploring in the great outdoors with this GSCB patch program.

$150

2, 3

8/5-9

Basic Outdoor Skills

Learn everything a Girl Scout Brownie needs to know about living, playing and exploring in the great outdoors with this GSCB patch program.

$150

2, 3

8/5-9

Butterfly Try-It

Earn a fun Try-It that will teach you all about butterflies. Make crafts, write stories, take hikes and learn about these beautiful creatures with this Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida patch program.

$150

4, 5

8/5-9

Medieval Survival

Learn everything that Robin Hood knew by mastering the skill of archery and earn this Junior Badge from Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore.

$150

4, 5

8/5-9

Outdoor Survival Skills

Learn first-aid skills, build a shelter, make a fire without a match, read a map, practice rescue signals, campfire cooking and canoeing with this patch program from Girl Scouts of Southern Indiana.

$150

4, 5

8/5-9

Surviving In The Bakery

Conquer the kitchen by learning cake decorating skills.

$150

6-8

8/5-9

Advanced Outdoor Cooking

Learn survival cooking skills with this Interest Project Patch from the Girl Scouts of Central Texas.

$150

6-8

8/5-9

Fun With Fabric

Earn the “Sew-Glam” Interest Project Patch while you make your own piece of clothing from a pattern.

$150

6-8

8/5-9

Survival Skills

Learn to survive the great outdoors, dealing with natural disasters and more.

$150

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ho can attend our camps? ALL girls, not just Girl Scouts are welcome to attend. There is a $12 fee due at registration for campers who are not currently registered Girl Scout members. This $12 fee is due in addition to the $50 deposit.

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ccreditation All camp programs meet standards of health, safety and program excellence set by the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). Camp Grove Point is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Both Camps Grove Point and Todd are certified youth camps licensed by the state of Maryland.

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amp Staff Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay is

dedicated to hiring professional, nurturing camp staff and volunteers. Our staff are carefully selected from applicants from all over the world. They are chosen for their maturity, program design abilities, experience and interest in the outdoors. All staff attend training involving camp skills, Girl Scout program, safety, emergency procedures and youth development. Staff are certified in appropriate areas to fulfill state, ACA and GSUSA requirements.

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ealth and Safety Your camper’s health and safety are our first priority. All programs are planned and staffed according to the high standards of the ACA and GSUSA. All staff are certified in first-aid and CPR. If your camper has any allergies or health concerns, please contact the Director prior to camp.

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amper Behavior Camp life is an excellent opportunity for girls to live and work together. It is the camp staff’s responsibility to ensure that girls find productive ways to work through their differences. However, if a girl is finding it too difficult to follow the behavioral agreements set by the camp, she may be asked to leave. It will be the parent’s or guardian’s responsibility to pick up their camper when notified. No refunds will be issued if a camper is sent home for behavioral issues.

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efunds and Cancellations Written cancellation notices and requests for refunds for the balance of the camp fee must be received at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the scheduled camp session. If you register less than four weeks before a session starts, there will be no refund. Deposits are non-refundable. Refunds are not typically given for a child arriving late, leaving early or attending only part of the week prior to her session at camp. In the case where we ask a camper to leave early due to illness or injury we will then pro-rate the amount paid including only the time the camper was at camp, excluding the deposit. If your child has an illness or injury up to one week prior to her session at camp, a written explanation from a physician is required to receive a refund of any money paid beyond the deposit. If GSCB must cancel a session, a call to the parent/guardian will be made to discuss placement in an alternate program.

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inancial Assistance Camp financial assistance, or

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wimming Evaluation At the beginning of each session

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leeping Arrangements Campers live together in groups

“camperships” are available to help offset campers’ costs. Campership Financial Assistance Applications (pg. 10) must accompany the Summer Camp Registration Form. All registrations for camperships must be received by May 1, 2012. If you are paying for camp, you may be eligible for a dependent care credit on your federal income tax form. Contact your tax advisor for additional information. The following friends of Girl Scouts help to make financial aid possible: United Ways and Funds, local government agencies, service organizations, businesses, corporations, foundations and individual donors. (where swimming is availlable,) our aquatic staff host a swimming evaluation for all campers. This is a non-threatening, non-competitive activity designed to evaluate each camper’s swimming ability and comfort level in the water. All swimming levels are welcome at camp.

based on their grades and programs. We have a range of accommodations including:

• 4-person platform tents with wooden floors and cots. This is a favorite of many and a traditional element of Girl Scout camps everywhere. The majority of campers will live in traditional platform tent units. • 4-person adirondack shelters with three walls, a fourth screen wall and bunk beds. • 8 to 10-person modern cabins with electricity, air conditioning, a common room and “slumber party” style sleeping in bedrooms with cots.

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irst and Second Choice Be sure to list two choices on

your registration form. If the first program choice is full, we will place the applicant in their second choice program.

amp Fees Full balance for camp is due four weeks prior to the start of your camper’s session. For registrations that arrive after this time, please send full payment with registration. rading Post The Trading Post is GSCB’s camp store at Camps Grove Point, Sandy Pines and Todd. Campers may purchase t-shirts, patches, stationery and other items. A deposit in your camper’s name enables her to make purchases from the Trading Post without the worry of handling money. Trading Post commitments will be converted to Bay Shop gift cards. The average deposit is $20. See pg. 10 for details.

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1. Please complete the registration form on pg. 11.

Please print clearly. You will list first and second choices on the form. If registering for Summer Roundup at Camp Todd visit: www.summerroundup.org. If registering for Volunteer Day Camp at Country Center visit: www.volunteerdaycamp.org

2. Attach payment or deposit. A $50 deposit is required

for each camp session. For financial assistance, a $25 deposit is required along with the Campership Financial Assistance Application. NOTE: All camper balances are due four weeks prior to the start of the session. Deposit is non-refundable.

3. Mail Registration Form to: Camp Registration Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay 501 S. College Ave., Newark, DE 19713-1301 Upon receipt and processing of your camper’s registration form and deposit, you will be sent a confirmation packet that will include some or all of the following information (dependant on the camp):

· Camp Information Sheet · Packing list · Session and program invoice · Directions · Transportation schedule

NOTE: Please keep all forms and bring on the first

day of camp to the Director or director designee. If your camper has special needs and you would like for the Director and staff to be ready to assist your camper on the first day of camp, please feel free to mail your camper’s Health Form(s) to the office and/or contact the Director in advance of your camper’s session so we will be aware of your camper’s needs.

QUESTIONS? Contact our Camp Directors: Camp Grove Point Megan Hardy · mhardy@cbgsc.org · 800-341-4007 Camp Country Center Carlyn Nelson · cnelson@cbgsc.org · 302-234-6619 Volunteer Camp: Nancy Alejandro · nancy@caphoto.com · 302-234-7655 Camp Sandy Pines Jen Smullen · jensmullenrn@yahoo.com · 443-614-0453 Summer Daze at Camp Todd Margo Moyer · sapphiregs@gmail.com · 302-222-6856 Summer Roundup at Camp Todd Amy Schisler · amyschisler@me.com · 410-745-2559 Any questions regarding availability in a program (except Summer Roundup, and Camp Country Center’s Volunteer Day Camp) should be directed to the Camp Registrar at 800-341-4007 x7182.

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1. Financial Assistance: Applicable for ALL camp sessions. Be sure to follow the appropriate process when applying for Financial Assistance. (See pg. 10.) Apply when you register. 2. Early Bird Registration Discount: If you register with Council by March 15, you may take $5 off each regular Resident and Day Camp session on those registrations. (Excludes Summer Roundup at Camp Todd and Country Center’s Volunteer Camp.) 3. Volunteer at Camp: Volunteer at Camp for a session and receive a partial or full discount for your camper. (Must be atleast 18 years of age and must be atleast 21 to Volunteer at Camp Country Center.) 4. Sibling Discount: Make your camp experience a family affair. The camper’s sister will get $5 off each of their sessions. (Excludes Summer Roundup at Camp Todd and Camp Country Center’s Volunteer Camp.) 5. Frequent Flyer Options: (Camp Grove Point ONLY. Not eligible to be used with other discounts.) Frequent Flyer “flat rate” packages include transportation for Day Camp programs and all higher-priced specialty programs. Registering for five sessions or more qualifies for the frequent flyer pricing.

Frequent Flyer Option A: Summer Fun for $1,712 (Day

and Resident Combo) We have eight weeks of Day and Resident Camp at Camp Grove Point. $1,712 will get you as many of those sessions as you would like to attend. It can be any combination of Day and Resident Camp programs for any one camper. This cost INCLUDES bus transportation during Day Camp sessions.

Frequent Flyer Option B: $1,012 in 2012 (Day Camp ONLY) Your daughter may attend up to a full summer of Day Camp programming. Eight weeks only $1,012. That is as low as $126 per week and INCLUDES bus transportation!

Help A Girl Go To Camp If you would like to donate money to help send a girl to camp who cannot otherwise afford it, please make a check payable to GSCB Camperships and mail to:

GSCB Fund Development 100 W. 10th St., Ste. 610 Wilmington, DE 19801-1632 or call: 888-778-0321

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CAMP GROVE POINT

Camp Grove Point will run for eight weeks, beginning June 18 and finishing August 10. Day Camp is Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Optional overnight Thursday at no cost. (Includes dinner and breakfast.) Resident Campers check-in 3 - 4 p.m. on Sunday and check-out 3 - 4 p.m. on Friday. Day Camp cost: $160 per camper. Resident Camp cost: $275 (unless otherwise specified). Cost per camper for both camps includes meals, snacks, materials, shirt and patch.

sunset on the sassafras

wild water works

camp hogwarts

once upon a time

NEVER SAY NEVERLAND

Go M.A.d.d OUTDOOR for music, ADVEnTURES art, dramA and dance!

Camp Grove Point

Transportation Cost: $30 per girl per session. Afternoon snacks are served on the bus. Exact locations will be disclosed in your confirmation packet. Newark, DE: Pick up: 7:30 a.m., drop off: 5:55 p.m. Middletown, DE: Pick up: 8 a.m., drop off: 5:15 p.m. Cecilton: Pick up: 8:25 a.m., drop off: 5 p.m.

Day Camp

GRADE

DATE

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

COST

1-3

6/18-22

Outdoors and S'mores

Learn what it means to be a successful camper. Go on a day hike, plan a campout, build a shelter and play camping and nature games.

$160

4, 5

6/18-22

Forest Fun

Plan an overnight, cookout and learn about plants and animals found in the woods.

$160

1-3

6/25-29

Grove Point Super Star

Up close or far away a star is born. See if you have what it takes to be the next Grove Point Super Star.

$160

4, 5

6/25-29

Creative Campers

Take a picture, draw a picture or paint a picture. These skills will come in handy if you are looking to be the next van Gogh.

$160

1-3

7/9-13

Pixie Power

Take a trip through your imagination with your newfound pixie friends.

$160

4, 5

7/9-13

Mer-mastic

Cool off from the summer heat by having a party, playing water games and more.

$160

1-3

7/16-20

Princess Party With Teddy

Join other princesses at camp and bring your favorite Teddy or stuffed animal along. This is a week filled with fairytale adventures, activities and a teddy bear picnic.

$160

4, 5

7/16-20

Little Red Riding Scout

Go into the woods like some of the most famous storybook characters ever known.

$160

1-3

7/23-27

Muggle Magic

Join other “muggles” for a week filled with adventure and wizardry.

$160

4, 5

7/23-27

Magical Creatures

Explore the stories of unicorns and all magical creatures who might be found at camp.

$160

1-3

7/30-8/3 Under The Sea

Splish Splash on the Sassafras. Join us for a week of water fun.

$160

4, 5

7/30-8/3 Kayak Attack

Explore the Sassafras by kayak. Take a trip and unwind while paddling on the water.

$160

1-3

8/6-10

Pick A Pro

Pick your favorite activities at Camp Grove Point. You may do all of the activities once, or your favorite several times.

$160

4, 5

8/6-10

Choose Your Adventure

Choose your own adventure from the best programs Camp Grove Point has to offer.

$160

SUMMER ROUNDUP

Summer Roundup is a Resident Camp program 1.

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for ALL girls entering grades 1-8. This year we will work on patches that teach survival skills in a variety of areas. Summer Roundup is planned and staffed by local volunteers, and is not processed through GSCB for registration. (See #1, next column.) August 5–9: Check-in Sunday, 8/5, 3 - 4 p.m. Check-out Thursday, 8/9 , 5 p.m.

Early Bird Special!: $145 for all registrations on or before April 1, $150 for all registrations after April 1 (Camp fee includes t-shirt, bathing cap and mosquito netting.) Registration closes May 15, 2012 or when sessions become full. There is also an additional $12 fee for non-Girl Scouts to cover membership registration and insurance.

Celebrating 50 years on the Delmarva Peninsula · 1962-2012

Visit the following website for more details and to register for Summer Roundup: http://www.summerroundup.org 2. A $50 deposit is required for each camp session per girl. For financial assistance, a $25 deposit is required along with the Campership Financial Assistance Application. Deposits are non-refundable. 3. The balance is due by Friday, June 1. Failure to send payment at the proper time will result in cancellation of registration. No camper may attend Summer Roundup unless full balance is paid by the start of camp. 4. Confirmations including equipment list, health forms, approved programs, and balance due will be sent via email.

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Campership Financial Assistance Application Campership Application Deadline: May 1, 2012. This form must be sent with a $25 deposit and completed registration form for each session your child would like to attend. You must also attach a copy of the first page of a recent IRS Individual Tax Return (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ). If registering for Summer Roundup at Camp Todd visit: www.summerroundup.org. If registering for Volunteer Day Camp at Country Center visit: www.volunteerdaycamp.org.

Camper’s Name: Birthdate:

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Email: Address: City:

The Bay Shop Trading Post is available at Camps Grove Point, Sandy Pines and Todd at convenient times.

Campers may shop for: • Camp Accessories • Necessities • Jewelry • T-shirts

• Plush toys • Patches • Backpacks • Bandannas

And more!

State:

Zip:

Phone: (day)

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Total Fee: $

Amt. requested: $

Amount family can contribute in addition to deposit: $

# in household (incl. adults):

Yearly income (circle): under $15,000 $25,000–$35,000

$15,000–$25,000

Over $35,000

Reason for requesting financial assistance:

Visit www.gscb.org for hours and more information. Bay Shops are also located at our Newark Resource Center (Newark, DE) and Peninsula Resource Center (Salisbury, MD) locations. A pre-packaged “surprise” camp bag with fun camp items will be available for you to purchase for your camper. Parents can deposit funds into their camper’s account for Trading Post shopping. All Trading Post unused funds will be converted to Bay Shop gift cards. More specific information will be sent with camper confirmation packets. We accept checks, cash and credit/debit cards. Trading post gift cards may not be redeemed for cash.

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Visit www.girlscoutbayshop.org to shop online.

The girl’s needs and the availability of Council funds determine the amount granted. All information is kept confidential.

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Date received: Program: Fee:

Deposit:

Family contribution: Amount owed: Celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting · 1912-2012


2012 Summer Camp Registration Form Please complete ONE form for each camper. Mail completed registration form, and $50 non-refundable deposit per session to the Newark Resource Center. You may register for more than one camp experience on this form. PLEASE PRINT. Camper’s Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ First Name

Middle Name

Last Name

Address: ___________________________________________City: ________________________________ State:________________ Zip: __________________ Date of Birth:: ____________ Grade entering in September 2012:: ________________ Parent or Guardian Name: ___________________________________________ Home/Work #:___________________________________ Cell #:____________________________ Email:____________________________________________ Additional Emergency Contact(must be different then the person mentioned above) Name:__________________________________Phone:____________________________ If your camper is a Girl Scout please list her; Troop Number: ____________ Service Unit Number: _________ Council Name: _______________________________ † Non registered Girl Scouts: Girls must be registered Girl Scouts to attend camp. By checking this box, the Parent/Guardian gives consent for their girl to become a member of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. Please include a $12 non-refundable membership fee with this registration. T-Shirt Size

† YS

† YM † YL

† AS

† AM

† AL

† AXL

† AXXL

Program Registration

Please choose a first and second choice program. If we cannot place girls in their first choice, their second choice will be used. You may register for up to three (3) programs on this form. Submit additional forms if you would like to register for more programs or add programs at a later time. Please fill boxes below completely when asked “Camp” be sure to add Grove Point (GP), Camp Todd (CT), Sandy Pines (SP) or Country Center (CC). When asked to pick “Type” please write “D” for Day, “R” for Resident. Simply place a checkmark in the box under “Bus” if you require transportation. In the box marked “Transportation”, provide desired bus pick up, drop off locations.

First choice Camp

Type

Program Title

Second Choice (if first choice is unavailable) Date

Bus

Cost

Camp

Type

Program Title

Date

Bus

Cost

Program Fee Total Program Fees (Add all costs above for first choice only and place on this line). $12 Girl Scout Registration Fee: (If not already a Girl Scout) Trading Post Account Money: (Typical amount used is $20) Total Bus/Van Transportation Fees: (non-applicable for frequent flyer campers) $30 multiplied by the number of weeks registering Transportation: If you checked the “Bus” box above, Total Fee please list the bus pick up and drop off locations your -Discount (s): Check all that apply †Financial Assistance camper will require. †Early Bird †Volunteer †Sibling †Frequent Flyer, Day Only †Frequent Flyer Combo (Refer to page 8 for more information). Pick up Balance Due Drop off Total payment at this time. Must be at least minimum deposit ($50 per session or $25 if requesting financial assistance)

Camp Agreement

I agree that my child is in good health and may participate in camp activities, including field trips to non-Council properties; that I give my permission for medical treatment if necessary; that she will not attend camp if she becomes exposed to any contagious disease; and that I give my permission for her to be photographed/videographed for publicity purposes. I give permission for my camper to ride if and when necessary in the provided transportation which meets ACA, State and Girl Scout Guidelines. I agree to comply with all camp standards and regulations. Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________________________________________________

Payment Method (circle)

Check

Cash

American Express

Discover

Date: _______________________________

Visa

MasterCard

Account #: ________________________________ Exp. Date:______________________________ Authorized Credit Card Amount:: __________________________ Signature: ________________________________ Name on Card: _________________________

Date:_________________________

Mail form with minimum payment (and financial aid form, if applicable) to: Camp Registration, Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay, 501 S. College Ave., Newark, DE 19713. Or fax form with credit card payment information to 302-456-7188, Attn: Camp Registration. Payment must be received for registration to be processed. All deposits are non-refundable. Balance is due four weeks prior to start of each session. If you register less than four weeks from beginning of session there is no refund of camp fee.

How did you hear about Camp? † Other Campers † Brochure † Camp Fair † Internet † Troop Presentation † Email † Other


Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage

PAID

Newark Resource Center 501 S. College Ave. Newark, DE 19713-1301 www.gscb.org

Wilmington, DE Permit No. 674


2012 Camp Country Center Summer Camp Guide