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Girl Scouts

Camp Alice

Chester

Resident Camp

2013


Meet Tracky

the Camp Director

Our Mission

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

The Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try: To serve God* and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.

The Girl Scout Law

I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout. *The word “God” can be interpreted in a number of ways, depending on one’s spiritual beliefs. When reciting the Girl Scout Promise, it is okay to replace the word “God” with whatever word your spiritual beliefs dictate.

Welcome to Camp Alice Chester! We offer progressive experiences and diverse program activities for girls. At camp, girls have the opportunity to discover more about themselves as they connect with others gaining new found confidence and skills. I am extremely excited for Summer 2013. This will be my second year as the Camp Director at Camp Alice Chester. I have also spent three summers directing Camp Silverbrook and ten previous summers working at camp. The summer camp experience is unlike any other, and something every girl should have the opportunity to discover. Lifelong friends are made at Camp Alice Chester. Girls spend their days and nights with other campers who are in the same session and similar age. Girls have two to three counselors who accompany them to activities during the day and sleep nearby at night. Most of the day is spent as a small group of 6-24 campers. Every session includes the opportunity to swim, play games, sing camp songs, create crafts, eat s’mores around the campfire, and work toward a journey or badge. Girls sleep in four-person cabins, airy six-person platform tents, or a building with bunk beds. Most cabins and tents do not have electricity, so girls get tucked in by flashlight. The whole camp eats together in our air-conditioned dining hall with a lake view. Our sandy beach allows for lots of sand castles and relaxation. With positive role models, new friends, and exciting activities, camp experiences will create memories to last a lifetime. If you have any questions, contact me at twatson@gswise.org or 262-598-2231. See you at camp! Tracy “Tracky” Watson Camp Director

A Typical Day at Camp Alice Chester 7:30 a.m. Optional early morning activity (swimming, dance party, yoga, and more)

Contact

Phone: 262-598-2231 Email: twatson@gswise.org Website: campalicechester.com

8:30 a.m. Breakfast 9:30 a.m. Camp Kapers (cleaning time throughout camp) 10:15 a.m. Two FUN morning activities* 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:30 p.m. Me Time (relaxing in cabin/tent) 2:45 p.m. Three FUN afternoon activities* 6:00 p.m. Dinner 7:15 p.m. Two FUN evening activities 9:00– 10:00 p.m. Good night

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*Activities include swimming, campfires, crafts, sports, nature, all-camp games, cookouts, prescheduled field trips and special activities celebrating the session theme.


Table of Contents

Important Dates

Monday, February 4 Registration automatically opens on Monday, February 4, at 11:00 p.m. Online registrations are processed first and then paper registrations. Sessions may fill quickly. Sessions will close two weeks before the event date if not filled earlier. Sunday, April 7 A $25 discount is given to registrations for Camp Alice Chester when full payment is made at the time of registration prior to Sunday, April 7, 11:59 p.m Monday, May 13 Final payments due if full payment was not made at time of registration. If you register after this day, pay in full. Sunday, May 19

Summer Celebration

1:00–4:00 p.m., East Troy FREE Join us for Camp Alice Chester’s Open House. Bring your family and friends to sample some camp activities, take a camp tour, and meet the Camp Director and some staff as we celebrate summer. Call us at 800-565-4475 or see your confirmation for directions.

All Girls Welcome

All girls entering grades 2-12 are welcome to attend resident camp. If your girl is not a registered Girl Scout, include an additional $12 for membership dues with payment.

Program Activity Credits (PAC)

Program Activity Credits (PAC) earned through the Girl Scout Cookie Program Activity or Fall Nut Sale can reduce the cost for the girl who earned the PAC to attend camp or an event. Write the camp/event name on the PAC and mail in if registering online or attach to paper registration form.

Camp Alice Chester Information..................... 2-4 Girls entering grades 2-3. . .... 5 Girls entering grades 4-5. . .... 6-7 Girls entering grades 6-8.. .... 8-9 Girls entering grades 9-12.. ... 10-11 Additional Activities at Camp Alice Chester............ 12 Registration ...................... 13 Health History ................... 14 Financial Assistance ........... 15

Girls with Additional Needs

Discounts

Let us know of any concerns you may have. Our goal is to provide a positive camp experience for all girls. Providing us with information about medications, special diets, and nighttime routines along with physical and mental limitations, will help us provide a positive camp experience for your girl. For specific questions or situations, please email twatson@gswise.org or call 262-598-2231.

Financial Assistance

Para la Ayuda en Español

A $25 discount is given to registrations for Camp Alice Chester when full payment is made at the time of registration prior to Sunday, April 7, 11:59 p.m. Discounts are only given on Level 3 pricing.

Financial assistance is available for registered members of Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast to help families meet the cost of sending their daughter to camp and events. See p. 15 for the Financial Assistance Form. Financial Assistance is funded by gifts to Girl Scouting and proceeds from the Girl Scout Cookie Program Activity. One resident camp, one day camp, and one event will be considered for Financial Assistance per girl.

Para asistencia en espanol con respeto a eventos de verano ofrecido por Girl Scouts de Wisconsin Southeast, o llame a 800-565-4475. Le aseguro que nuestras localizaciones son lugares magnifi cos para que su hija(s) pase su tiempo durante el verano. Las niñas estan muy protegidas, tienen mucha diversion, y tienen muchas expereincias positivas y memorables.

New- Flexible Pricing Resident Camp program opportunities for girls are subsidized by Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. This means the cost of providing camp programs and operating camp is greater than the fee paid to participate. The flexible pricing system offers families the opportunity to help cover the true cost of resident camp if they are financially able. For each session you will see three prices:

Level 1 adds an additional $50.00 per day to Level 3.

This reflects close to the actual cost of operating camp. Replacement supplies, maintenance of the buildings and grounds, and property staff support are included in this fee.

Level 2 adds an additional $25.00 per day to Level 3. This covers approximately 75% of the actual cost of camp and is designed for those who can pay more but not the full fee.

Level 3 is the lowest cost of this program listed in the camp brochure and on the website . This covers approximately 52% of the actual cost of operating the camp program. Select the fee that you feel is affordable and appropriate for your family. The flexible pricing does not affect the quality of your child’s program, as all three fees are for exactly the same program. We ask that if you are able to pay the full cost of camp that you do. If choosing more than one week you may, for example, pay level 1 for one week and another level the next week. If multiple children are attending camp you may pay the full fee for one child and another fee for another child. The goals of offering flexible pricing options is to provide the highest quality programs possible to serve all community income levels and to preserve camp for generations to come.

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How to Register

Confirmation

Camp Buddies

Registration will automatically open on Monday, February 4 at 11:00 p.m. Online registrations are processed first and then paper registrations.

Confirmations will be sent to your email address (if provided) or by mail. Confirmation will include: • An invoice if a balance is due • Family guide with a packing list • Health Exam Form for doctor’s signature proving an exam was completed within 24 months prior to the first day of the camp session • Additional forms and information • Directions to camp, which is located in East Troy, Wisconsin (about 40 minutes from downtown Milwaukee and Racine).

Register your Girl Scout for camp with her BFF! If girls want to be placed with a specific buddy, note that on the Buddy Request line during registration. Girls need to register for the same session, be in the same grade, and list each other as their Buddy. If registering by paper, submit the girls’ forms together. Both buddies must put the others name on the Buddy Request line.

Online • Go to www.gswise.org and click on Events and Camp. Click on Camp Alice Chester and then How to Register. • Create one account per family so that the camper’s parent/guardian receives confirmation. • Sessions that are full will be marked accordingly. • Pay full payment or the $50 nonrefundable processing fee, which is a part of the listed fee, with a credit/ debit card or checking account. Paper • Complete the Registration and Health History forms, pp.13-14 or download forms. • Pay full payment or the $50 nonrefundable processing fee, which is a part of the listed fee, with a credit/ debit card or checking account. • Mail in or bring registration form to any council resource center.

Health Forms • Complete the Health History Form, p.14, in this booklet with your registration. • Have your physician complete the Health Exam Form, which will be part of your confirmation information. Exams need to have been completed within 24 months prior to the first day of the camp session.

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Check-in is from 3:00-4:00 p.m. Checkout is after the 20-minute family presentation that begins at 5:00 p.m. on closing day.

Transportation Transportation is available by bus for selected sessions. See Registration form, p.13, for sessions and locations.

Trading Post Girls may purchase souvenirs at camp. See the Camp Alice Chester Registration Form on p. 13 for Advance Trading Post items.

Refunds/Cancelations • Refunds, minus the $50 nonrefundable processing fee for each session, are available for cancelations received six weeks prior to a session start date. • Within six weeks, refunds, minus the $50, will only be issued for medical reasons, summer school, a death or critical illness in the immediate family, or if the family moves out of the area. • Cancelations must be made in writing. • Full refunds will be issued if a girl cannot be placed in the session of her choice. • If a girl needs to change camp sessions there is a $25 fee after the first session change.

Check-in and Check-out

Camp Alice Chester, a 333-acre property, located in East Troy, features access to Booth and Swan Lakes.


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AC1: Tuesday, June 11 Friday, June 14 (3 nights) Firelight and Fairytales

AC7: Sunday, July 21 Tuesday, July 23 (2 nights) Firelight and Fairytales

Jumpin’ Jammies

Jumpin’ Jammies

AC3: Sunday, June 23 Friday, June 28 (5 nights) Around the World

AC8A: Sunday, July 28 Tuesday, July 30 (2 nights) Firelight and Fairytales

Busy Bee

AC8B: Wednesday, July 31 Friday, August 2 (2 nights) Firelight and Fairytales

Take a fairy scavenger hunt, listen to fairytales, and act them out by firelight. Create your own fairy wand and lip gloss. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7 Bring your favorite stuffed animal and jammies. Play late night games, make a s’more, build sand sculptures, and have a pajama fashion show. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Entering grade 3 only Travel the globe as you sample food, crafts, songs, and games from countries around the world. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7 Entering grade 3 only Do it all like a busy bee…craft, swim, make s’mores, dance, sing, play games, laugh, explore, and have a slumber party. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC4: Sunday, June 30 Tuesday, July 2 (2 nights) Night Sprites

Be on a crazy schedule with late nights and sleep-in mornings. Enjoy night hikes, stargazing, late night parties, and glow-in-the-dark crafts. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC5: Sunday, July 7 Friday, July 12 (5 nights) Busy Bee

Take a fairy scavenger hunt, listen to fairytales, and act them out by firelight. Create your own fairy wand and lip gloss. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7 Bring your favorite stuffed animal and jammies. Play late night games, make a s’more, build sand sculptures, and have a pajama fashion show. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

Take a fairy scavenger hunt, listen to fairytales, and act them out by firelight. Create your own fairy wand and lip gloss. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

Take a fairy scavenger hunt, listen to fairytales, and act them out by firelight. Create your own fairy wand and lip gloss. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC9: Sunday, August 4 Wednesday, August 7 (3 nights) Night Sprites

Be on a crazy schedule with late nights and sleep-in mornings. Enjoy night hikes, stargazing, late night parties, and glow-in-the-dark crafts. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Entering grade 3 only Do it all like a busy bee…craft, swim, make s’mores, dance, sing, play games, laugh, explore, and have a slumber party. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

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AC1: Tuesday, June 11 Friday, June 14 (3 nights) Bits & Pieces

Do a little bit of everything. Enjoy a one hour ride at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan, create a cool craft, make s’mores, and play at the waterfront. Fee: Level 1-$440 / Level 2-$340 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

Saddle and Paddle

Combine your love of horses and canoeing. Enjoy a one hour trail ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva one day and then paddle around our island on another day. S’mores, crafts, and swimming round out the fun. Fee: Level 1-$440 / Level 2-$340 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

Twist and Tie-Dye

Experiment with new tie-dye and lanyard patterns, colors, and techniques each day. Design your own clothing and bed sheets. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

AC2: Sunday, June 16 Friday, June 21 (5 nights) Camp, Cave, Canoe

Challenge yourself in different tunnels and squeeze as you crawl through 300 feet of caves. Camp and canoe to complete your adventure. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience. Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Horsin’ Around-Level 1

For girls new to riding. Spend a total of six hours with horses at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan and Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva as you ride and groom. When you’re not with horses have fun all around camp. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Sports Spectacular

Show off your sporty side while you dabble in classics like volleyball, soccer, tennis, and basketball. Then get creative with crab soccer, obstacle courses, and more crazy camp sports. Enjoy a field trip to play mini-golf. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC3: Sunday, June 23 Friday, June 28 (5 nights) Baker’s Dozen

Grab your whisk and get baking. Bake over a fire, bake with a professional, and then decorate and serve dessert to the whole camp. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Camp, Cave, Canoe

Challenge yourself in different tunnels and squeeze as you crawl through 300 feet of caves. Camp and canoe to complete your adventure. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

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Twist and Tie-Dye

Experiment with new tie-dye and lanyard patterns, colors, and techniques each day. Design your own clothing and bed sheets. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC4: Sunday, June 30 Tuesday, July 2 (2 nights) Bits & Pieces Late Night

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Do a little bit of everything. Enjoy a one hour ride at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan, create a cool craft, make s’mores, and play at the waterfront. Fee: Level 1-$355 / Level 2-$280 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Night Sparklers

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Enjoy night hikes, stargazing, late night parties, and glow-in-the-dark fun. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC5: Sunday, July 7 Friday, July 12 (5 nights) CSI: Camp Scene Investigation

Help! We all want s’mores but they are missing. Become super sleuths and follow the clues to solve the mystery of the missing marshmallows. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience. Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7


Horsin’ Around-Level 1

For girls new to riding. Spend a total of six hours with horses at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan and Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva as you ride and groom. When you’re not with horses have fun all around camp. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Lights, Camera, Action

Sing, dance, and act all in one week. Put on a musical performance that will earn you a standing ovation. Create a short film to debut while at camp. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Twist and Tie-Dye

Experiment with new tie-dye and lanyard patterns, colors, and techniques each day. Design your own clothing and bed sheets. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC6: Sunday, July 14 Friday, July 19 (5 nights) Climbers and Crawlers

Crawl up, over, and through rock formations as you explore 300 feet of caves. Then climb all day and sleep overnight at the indoor climbing gym. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

Go Glam

Pick what’s fun to do…stay up late, make jewelry, chat on the pier, and relax on the beach. Try the spa station including hot rocks, nail painting, and facials. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Legends ‘n Lore

Runway Design

AC7A: Sunday, July 21 Tuesday, July 23 (2 nights) Bits & Pieces

Sports Spectacular

Sleep in a teepee, weave a dreamcatcher, make a pair of moccasins, shoot an arrow, and canoe on the lake. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Do a little bit of everything. Enjoy a one hour ride at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan, create a cool craft, make s’mores, and play at the waterfront. Fee: Level 1-$355 / Level 2-$280 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Slumber Party

Bring your coolest pajamas and have fun as we play late night games, make s’mores, build sand sculptures, and have a pajama fashion show. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC8: Sunday, July 28 Friday, August 2 (5 nights) Animal Adventure

Ride a horse at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan, take care of the camp pets, feel animal furs, and meet animals up close. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

Not Your Average Princess

Discover the strong woman in you. Shoot archery like Merida, run through an obstacle course like Mulan, swim like Ariel, go on a scavenger hunt like Rapunzel, and paddle a canoe like Pocahontas. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

We’ll supply the materials; you create the fashion. Receive a new challenge each day. Show off your wardrobe creations on the camp runway. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Show off your sporty side while you dabble in classics like volleyball, soccer, tennis, and basketball. Then get creative with crab soccer, obstacle courses, and more crazy camp sports. Enjoy a field trip to play mini-golf. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC9: Sunday, August 4 Wednesday, August 7 (3 nights) Bits & Pieces Late Night

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Do a little bit of everything. Enjoy a one hour ride at Fantasy Hills Ranch in Delavan, create a cool craft, make s’mores, and play at the waterfront. Fee: Level 1-$440 / Level 2-$340 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

Night Sparklers

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Enjoy night hikes, stargazing, late night parties, and glow-in-the-dark fun. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Saddle and Paddle Late Night

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Combine your love of horses and canoeing. Enjoy a one hour trail ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva one day and then paddle around our island on another day. S’mores, crafts, and swimming round out the fun. Fee: Level 1-$440 / Level 2-$340 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience. Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

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AC1: Tuesday, June 11 Friday, June 14 (3 nights) Fitabulous

Run, swim, bike, and yoga your way to fitness. Meet with a health expert to plan what’s best for you inside and out. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Potter’s Wheel

Entering grades 7 and 8 Spend a half day at a pottery workshop where you will create your own piece on a wheel. Relax on the beach, be yourself, and take a break from your crazy schedule. Fee: Level 1-$440 / Level 2-$340 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

AC2: Sunday, June 16 Friday, June 21 (5 nights) Camp, Climb, Kayak

Bring on the adventure as you kayak, explore a climbing gym, and canoe around our island. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

Entering grades 8-12 Take a canoe expedition for five days in eastern Minnesota. Paddle from lake to lake in the Boundary Waters-internationally known for its beauty and wilderness. Fee: Level 1-$1,090 / Level 2-$815 Level 3-$540 on or before 4/7 • $565 after 4/7

AC3: Sunday, June 23 Friday, June 28 (5 nights) Boots and Bridles

For girls new to riding. Try an English saddle as you ride, groom, and work with horses at Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy for four days, for a total of six hours. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Home on the Range-Level 3

Compete in the Camp Cook-off, create new recipes with surprise ingredients, build a cookbook, and host a fondue party. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

This is for the rider with plenty of riding skillsat least two summers of horse camp or the equivalent. Groom, saddle, and ride a horse for three days at Wilderness Pursuit Horseback Adventures in Neillsville where you will spend two nights. After hearing Native American horse legends, paint symbols on your horse. Work with horses for a total of 10 hours. Fee: Level 1-$810 / Level 2-$660 Level 3-$510 on or before 4/7 • $535 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Paddle Power

Camp Cook-off

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience. Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Survivor: CAC

Entering grades 7 and 8 Grab your torches and head to camp. Compete in crazy, cooky team and individual challenges and go to Tribal Council. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

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AC2 and 3A: Sunday, June 16 Tuesday, June 26 (10 nights) Boundary Waters Bound

Master your paddling skills. Build your paddling muscles by canoeing and kayaking the days away. Try your hand at standup paddle boarding too. Use your new skills on a field trip. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC3 and AC4: Sunday, June 23 Tuesday, July 2 (9 nights) Northwoods Adventure

Entering grades 7-10 Spend four nights in the Sylvania Wilderness in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. On trail you will canoe to campsites, learn to fish, portage, and perfect your canoeing and outdoor skills. Wilderness awaits you. Fee: Level 1$925 / Level 2 $725 Level 3-$500 on or before 4/7 • $525 after 4/7

AC4: Sunday, June 30 Tuesday, July 2 (2 nights) Night Owls

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Enjoy canoeing, night hikes, dances, campfires, and slumber parties. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

Potter’s Wheel Late Night

Entering grades 7 and 8 Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Spend a half day at a pottery workshop where you will create your own piece on a wheel. Relax on the beach, be yourself, and take a break from your crazy schedule. Fee: Level 1-$390 / Level 2-$315 Level 3-$240 on or before 4/7 • $265 after 4/7

AC5: Sunday, July 7 Friday, July 12 (5 nights) Animal Trainer

Entering grades 8-10 Get in the water for a private flippered sea animal training session with Oceans of Fun at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Also practice dog training and train another zoo animal at the Racine Zoo. Fee: Level 1-$845 / Level 2-$695 Level 3-$545 on or before 4/7 • $570 after 4/7

Art on the Lake

Design and paint your own works of art. Explore different paints, paper, canvas, and scenery. Meet and work with an artist to create your masterpieces. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience .Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Windjammers

Put the wind at your back and set sail across the lake. Learn all the basics of steering and rigging a sailboat while at the beach with friends. Be a part of the regatta (sailboat race) and spend the day at the Milwaukee Yacht Club. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7


AC7A: Sunday, July 21 Tuesday, July 23 (2 nights) Unique Eats AC6: Sunday, July 14 Friday, July 19 (5 nights) Camp Cook-off

Compete in the Camp Cook-off, create new recipes with surprise ingredients, build a cookbook, and host a fondue party. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Door County Explorers

Hike, bike, and paddle the days away in Door County. Camp out under the stars and explore sea caves via kayaks at Whitefish Dunes State Park. Fee: Level 1-$880/ Level 2-$705 Level 3-$530 on or before 4/7 • $555 after 4/7

Happy Trails-Level 2

Entering grades 5-8 For girls with some riding experience. Work with horses over three days for a total of six hours, including riding, grooming, and saddling. Ride at Dan Patch Stables in Lake Geneva, Sorenson’s Equestrian Park in East Troy, and ride and stay overnight at Camp Anokijig in Plymouth. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Home on the Range-Level 3

This is for the rider with plenty of riding skillsat least two summers of horse camp or the equivalent. Groom, saddle, and ride a horse for three days at Wilderness Pursuit Horseback Adventures in Neillsville where you will spend two nights. After hearing Native American horse legends, paint symbols on your horse. Work with horses for a total of 10 hours. Fee: Level 1-$810 / Level 2-$660 Level 3-$510 on or before 4/7 • $535 after 4/7

On the Edge

Entering Grades 7-10 Spend a full day climbing and belaying indoors. Then, travel to Devil’s Lake State Park for two full days of climbing with professional guides. No previous climbing experience required. Fee: Level 1-$780 / Level 2-$630 Level 3-$480 on or before 4/7 • $505 after 4/7

Wilderness Wild

Find your wild side while paddling, caving, hiking, building forts, and cooking over a fire. Use your map and compass to find your way. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Girls entering grades 8-12 Whip up some Girl Scout favorites and explore new ways of cooking outside. Cake oranges, eggs in a bag, box oven baking, and more await you during this delectable time at camp. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level 2-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC7: Sunday, July 21 Friday, July 26 (5 nights) Beach and Trail

Kayak the waters of Lake Michigan, wish upon a shooting star with your toes in a sandy beach, and bike trails in Door County. Celebrate with a trip down a zipline at the Team Leadership Center in Sturgeon Bay. Fee: Level 1-$800 / Level 2-$650 Level 3-$500 on or before 4/7 • $525 after 4/7

Camping 2.0

Explore the great outdoors in Alice Chester’s backyard. Learn to canoe, funyak, hike, read a map and compass, fish, and campout for two nights. You can even eat your fish for dinner. (Other dinner options available) Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

AC8: Sunday, July 28 Friday, August 2 (5 nights) Camp, Climb, Kayak

Bring on the adventure as you kayak, explore a climbing gym, and canoe around our island. Fee: Level 1-$675 / Level 2-$525 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

River Voyage

AC9: Sunday, August 4 Wednesday, August 7 (3 nights) Night Owls

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Enjoy canoeing, night hikes, dances, campfires, and slumber parties. Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

Rough ‘n Tough Late Night

Be on a crazy late night, sleep-in schedule. Jump in the mud pit, play egg golf, and explore the real outdoors. Bring extra clothes! Fee: Level 1-$405 / Level 2-$305 Level 3-$205 on or before 4/7 • $230 after 4/7

AC10: Sunday, August 11 Friday, August 16 (5 nights) Apostles Adventure

Entering grades 8-12 Spend three days kayaking the amazing Apostle Islands National Park in Lake Superior. Kayak your days away and camp out at night. Enjoy lots of swimming and hiking too. Arrival is Saturday, August 10 (6 nights). Fee: Level 1-$880 / Level 2-$705 Level 3-$530 on or before 4/7 • $555 after 4/7

Horse Pursuit-Level 4

Entering grades 7-10 This is for experienced riders having at least 15 hours of riding. Enjoy an extended horseback riding trip through forests and rivers at Wilderness Pursuit Horseback Adventures near Neillsville. Ride and work with horses to the fullest extent including painting your horse and bareback riding. Work with horses for three days for a total of 10 hours. Fee: Level 1-$860 / Level 2-$710 Level 3-$560 on or before 4/7 • $585 after 4/7

Rockin’ Higher

Entering grades 7-10 Explore the Wisconsin River and its sandbars for a three day canoe adventure. Search for shooting stars at night and bald eagles during the day. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level 2-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

Entering grades 8-12 Spend a full day climbing and belaying indoors. Then, travel to Devil’s Lake State Park for three full days of climbing with a professional guide. Previous indoor climbing experience needed. Fee: Level 1-$780 / Level 2-$630 Level 3-$480 on or before 4/7 • $505 after 4/7

Wilderness Wild

Yacht Sailing

Find your wild side while paddling, caving, hiking, building forts, and cooking over a fire. Use your map and compass to find your way. Fee: Level 1-$630 / Level 2-$480 Level 3-$330 on or before 4/7 • $355 after 4/7

Entering grades 7-12 Become the crew on an environmentally friendly sailing yacht in Lake Superior for three days. During the day stop for cave exploring, kayaking, swimming, and hiking. Fee: Level 1-$830 / Level 2-$680 Level 3-$530 on or before 4/7 • $555 after 4/7

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AC1 and AC2: Tuesday, June 11 Friday, June 21 (10 nights) CIT III (Counselor-in-Training III)

Entering grades 11-12 Enjoy more fun, more time with kids, more everything. Practice your style of camp counseling. There will still be time on your own with friends for swimming, campfires, and camp visits. After successful completion of CIT III, campers may return to camp during the remaining sessions as a volunteer. More details will be in your confirmation information. Prerequisite: Prior camp experience, plus a sincere desire to work with children and to learn leadership techniques. Fee: Level 1-$925 / Level 2-$650 Level 3-$375 on or before 4/7 • $400 after 4/7

AC2 and 3A: Sunday, June 16 Tuesday, June 26 (10 nights) Boundary Waters Bound

Entering grades 8-12 Take a canoe expedition for five days in eastern Minnesota. Paddle from lake to lake in the Boundary Waters-internationally known for its beauty and wilderness. Fee: Level 1-$1,090 / Level 2-$815 Level 3-$540 on or before 4/7 • $565 after 4/7

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AC3 and AC4: Sunday, June 23 Tuesday, July 2 (9 nights) CIT II (Counselor-in-Training II)

Entering grades 10-12 Improve your leadership resume and learn about campers’ needs and wants. Road-trip to other nearby camps, run activity stations, teach new games, and be a cool role model. Prerequisite: A sincere desire to work with children and to learn leadership techniques. Fee: Level 1-$840 / Level 2-$590 Level 3-$340 on or before 4/7 • $365 after 4/7

Northwoods Adventure

Entering grades 7-10 Spend four nights in the Sylvania Wilderness in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. On trail you will canoe to campsites, learn to fish, portage, and perfect your canoeing and outdoor skills. Wilderness awaits you. Fee: Level 1-$925 / Level 2-$725 Level 3-$500 on or before 4/7 • $525 after 4/7

AC4: Sunday, June 30 Tuesday, July 2 (2 nights) Duct Tape Divas

See how versatile duct tape can be. Make a wallet, purse, accessories and more with the many new colors and styles of this remarkable resource. Fee: Level 1-$330 / Level-$255 Level 3-$180 on or before 4/7 • $205 after 4/7

AC5: Sunday, July 7 Friday, July 12 (5 nights) Animal Trainer

Entering grades 8-10 Get in the water for a private flippered sea animal training session with Oceans of Fun at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Also practice dog training and train another zoo animal at the Racine Zoo. Fee: Level 1-$845 / Level-$695 Level 3-$545 on or before 4/7 • $570 after 4/7

CIT I (Counselor-in-Training I)

Jump to the first stepping stone from camper to staff and discover your leadership potential. Enhance your skills in team-building and kid savvy responsibility. Plus, participate in everything camp has to offer. Fee: Level 1-$605 / Level-$455 Level 3-$305 on or before 4/7 • $330 after 4/7


AC6 and 7A: Sunday, July 14 Tuesday, July 23 (9 nights) CIT II (Counselor-in-Training II)

Entering grades 10-12 Improve your leadership resume and learn about campers’ needs and wants. Road-trip to other nearby camps, run activity stations, teach new games, and be a cool role model. Prerequisite: A sincere desire to work with children and to learn leadership techniques. Fee: Level 1-$840 / Level-$590 Level 3-$340 on or before 4/7 • $365 after 4/7

Lifeguard-In-Training

Entering grades 10-12 Earn the American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification. Participants need to complete all skills to become certified. The course work takes 40 hours to complete. The rest of your week will be filled with good ol’ camp fun and a weekend field trip. Fee: Level 1-$975 / Level-$725 Level 3-$475 on or before 4/7 • $500 after 4/7

AC7A: Sunday, July 21 Tuesday, July 23 (2 nights) Unique Eats

Girls entering grades 8-12 Whip up some Girl Scout favorites and explore new ways of cooking outside. Cake oranges, eggs in a bag, box oven baking, and more await you during this delectable time at camp. Fee: Level 1-$320 / Level-$245 Level 3-$170 on or before 4/7 • $195 after 4/7

AC8: Sunday, July 28 - Friday, August 2 (5 nights) CIT I (Counselor-in-Training I)

Jump to the first stepping stone from camper to staff and discover your leadership potential. Enhance your skills in teambuilding and kid savvy responsibility. Plus, participate in everything camp has to offer. Fee: Level 1-$605 / Level-$455 Level 3-$305 on or before 4/7 • $330 after 4/7

River Voyage

Entering grades 7-10 Explore the Wisconsin River and its sandbars for a three day canoe adventure. Search for shooting stars at night and bald eagles during the day. Fee: Level 1-$755 / Level-$605 Level 3-$455 on or before 4/7 • $480 after 4/7

AC10: Sunday, August 11 Friday, August 16 (5 nights) Apostles Adventure

Entering grades 8-12 Spend three days kayaking the amazing Apostle Islands National Park in Lake Superior. Kayak your days away and camp out at night. Enjoy lots of swimming and hiking too. Arrival is Saturday, August 10 (6 nights). Fee: Level 1-$880 / Level-$705 Level 3-$530 on or before 4/7 • $555 after 4/7

Horse Pursuit-Level 4

Entering grades 7-10 This is for experienced riders having at least 15 hours of riding. Enjoy an extended horseback riding trip through forests and rivers at Wilderness Pursuit Horseback Adventures near Neillsville. Ride and work with horses to the fullest extent including painting your horse and bareback riding. Work with horses for three days for a total of 10 hours. Fee: Level 1-$860 / Level-$710 Level 3-$560 on or before 4/7 • $585 after 4/7

Rockin’ Higher

Entering grades 8-12 Spend a full day climbing and belaying indoors. Then, travel to Devil’s Lake State Park for three full days of climbing with a professional guide. Previous indoor climbing experience needed. Fee: Level 1-$780 / Level-$630 Level 3-$480 on or before 4/7 • $505 after 4/7

Yacht Sailing

Entering grades 7-12 Become the crew on an environmentally friendly sailing yacht in Lake Superior for three days. During the day stop for cave exploring, kayaking, swimming, and hiking. Fee: Level 1-$830 / Level-$680 Level 3-$530 on or before 4/7 • $555 after 4/7

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The following events are also taking place at Camp Alice Chester this summer. These events are designed for a girl and a special adult to attend. All girls are required to be accompanied by an adult. For more details and to register, see the Spring/Summer Events Booklet or register online at www.gswise.org.

My Gal and Me

Fall Festival

Bring your mom, grandma, and /or favorite adult female to a one or two night stay at camp. Swim, craft, play, and relax. All meals provided.

Rock climb, eat s’mores, play games, make crafts, and celebrate autumn. Visit several activity stations with the whole family or troop.

Entering grades 1–12

My Gal and Me Sailing Entering grades 5–12

Take a sailboat ride, learn to right the boat and then get sailing lessons so you can sail on your own. Event is for a girl and a special female adult.

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2013 Camp Alice Chester Registration

Please print clearly and use blue or black ink Registration accepted up to two weeks before session or until session meets capacity. Register online at www.campalicechester.com or complete and mail to: Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, P.O. Box 14999, Milwaukee, WI 53214-0999

Camper’s name:

School:

Address:

City:

County:

State:

Phone: r Home r Cell r Work: (

)

Birthdate:

Zip: Troop # (if applicable):

Grade in Fall 2013:

Girl Scout Council: r Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast (GSWISE) r Other (Please specify): Confirmation information will be sent to your email address listed below. Please print clearly. Email address for confirmation: Buddy Request (Name): First Choice: Session#

Optional transportation for an additional $35 is only available for camp sessions AC2. AC3, AC5, AC6, AC7, AC8 and AC10

Date Location:

Session name: Second Choice or Additional Session (Circle One): Session#

Check One: r Both ways r To Camp r From Camp r None needed

Date Location:

Session name:

Check One: r Marion Chester Read Center • 131 S. 69th St., Milwaukee r Martin Luther King Library • 310 W. Locust, Milwaukee r Ives Grove Park and Ride • Hwy. 20 and I-94, Racine

+$

Session Fee

+$

Additional Session Fee Transportation ($35 ) x #

+$

of session(s)

GSUSA Membership Dues for non-Girl Scout ($12)

+$

Advance Trading Post order

+$

Accept my tax-deductible gift to support camp

+$

Program Activity Credit (attach) PAC #

Total fees

Size

+$

–$

Financial Assistance (attach)

–$

Gift Certificate (attach) #

–$

Advance Trading Post (optional)

Subtract discounts

–$

TOTAL

=$

=$

Amount Enclosed

Enclose full amount which already includes the $50 nonrefundable deposit or enclose a minimum of $50. Outstanding balances, including gift certificates and Program Activity Credits are due May 13. If you register online or pay by credit/debit card, outstanding balances will be automatically charged no later than May 16. Pay in full if registration is received after May 13. Any additional fees or outstanding balances will be automatically charged 7-10 days prior to camp. For all credit/ debit card or check/e-check transactions, bank/credit card statements will show payments processed by Active Network.

Check enclosed payable to GSWISE Charge r Visa r MasterCard Account # Card holder’s name (print) Signature Parent/guardian signature:

T-Shirt • $14

YS (6-8) YM (10-12) YL (14-16) AS AM AL AXL AXXL

Sweatshirt • $30 N/A

Camp Care Package $20

Race/Ethnicity (optional, check all that apply)

Race

r American Indian or Alaskan Native r Hawaiian or Pacific Islander r White (Caucasian) r African American or Black

Ethnicity

r Asian r Hispanic or Latino

$

Exp. date

I have read the camp information and agree that my camper and I will abide by the regulations and procedures stated therein, including those on refund, nonrefundable deposit, and health of camper. I understand that I am responsible for getting my camper to and from this camp or bus stop. I give my camper permission to ride the bus, if applicable. I give my camper permission to attend and participate in all phases of this session (except those noted on the Health History form), including off-site trips, if applicable. I give permission for photographs/video of my camper to be taken for GSUSA, GSWISE, and American Camp Association publicity and marketing purposes. If my camper is not already a registered Girl Scout, I give my permission for her to register as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA.

Over for Mandatory Health History Form

Date

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2013 Health History Complete and mail to: Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, P.O. Box 14999, Milwaukee, WI 53214-0999 Please print clearly and use blue or black ink.

Campers’s name: Session #1:

_Date of session:

Session #2:

Date of session:

Session #3:

Date of session:

Mother/guardian name:

Phone during camp hours: (

)

Phone #2:(

)

Father/guardian name:

Phone during camp hours: (

)

Phone #2:(

)

Camper in custodial care of (check one): r Both r Mother r Father r Other Person(s) authorized to pick up child at camp/bus stop: Emergency Contacts (besides parent/guardian) 1. Name: Phone during camp hours: (

Relationship: )

Phone #2:(

2. Name: Phone during camp hours: (

)

Relationship: )

Phone #2:(

)

Medical History Family physician name:

Phone:(

Are any medications taken on a regular basis? r Yes r No

)

If yes, does this need to be administered at camp? r Yes r No

If yes, explain: Do you have any restrictions or special needs related to physical activity? r Yes r No If yes, explain: The following nonprescription medications are commonly stocked in the camp health center and used on an as needed basis to manage illness and injury. Cross out any of the following items the camper should NOT be given. • Antibiotic ointment (Neosporin) • Aloe or burn gel • Benadryl • Laxative • Anti-itch cream or lotion • Tums • Eye Drops • Anti-diarrheal • Athletes foot ointment or • Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) • Rubbing alcohol • EpiPen powder • Acetaminophen (Tylenol) • Hydrogen Peroxide Immunization Dates (M/D/Y) (Series completed, Year of booster) “Current” is not acceptable. Tetanus or DPT

Check All That Apply Illnesses r Heart defect/disease

r Seizures

r Nuts:

r Diabetes

r Milk:

r Other:

r Food(specify): r Other (specify):

r Menstrual cramps

Type & Severity of Reaction:

r Nosebleeds

r Musculoskeletal disorders

MMR

r Asthma

Hepatitis B

r Bleeding/Clotting disorder

Since last health exam: r Exposed to a contagious disease r Had a surgical operation r Had a serious illness Describe:

Others/Special Needs

r Wears contacts/glasses r Fainting r Ear problem/tubes r Hearing impairment r Emotional behaviors r ADD/ADHD (circle one) medicated not medicated r Sleep disturbances

Polio

Varicella/HIB

Allergies - include specifics

r Animals: r Insect stings: r Pollen: r Latex: r Medicine/Drugs:

r Other: Please explain any items that you check. Include any useful information relative to any of these health conditions.

I give my permission for my camper to receive necessary health care, prescribed medications, and emergency medical treatment. This health history is complete and accurate. I will not allow my camper to attend if they become exposed to any contagious disease, or if for any reason, I do not consider my camper to be in good physical condition. Upon arrival the camp health personnel have the right to refuse to admit anyone to the camp who does not meet the acceptable health conditions, e.g. temperature, contagious disease, etc.

Parent/guardian signature: Date: A health examination with a doctor' s signature dated within 24 months prior to camp session is required. 14 This form will be included in the confirmation information.


2013 Camp Alice Chester Financial Assistance Form Please print clearly and use blue or black ink.

_ inancial Assistance is available towards the camp fee, transportation, and overnight during F camp (if applicable). Advance Trading Post orders are not covered by Financial Assistance. Each application is considered on an individual basis and information provided will be kept confidential. A discount will be granted only if the registration form and Financial Assistance form is received before April 7. One resident camp, one day camp, and one event will be considered for Financial Assistance per girl. I am applying for Financial Assistance for: Girl’s name:

Grade in fall 2013:

Address: City:

County:

State:

Zip:

Complete and mail to:

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast ATTN: Financial Assistance P.O. Box 14999 Milwaukee, WI 53214-0999

Parent/guardian name: Phone #1:(

)

Phone #2: (

• If you registered online, mail this form to the address listed within one week or mail with paper registration and $50 nonrefundable deposit. • You will receive a letter/email indicating the amount granted and amount due, if any. • Participant needs to be a registered member of Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. • Use one form per applicant.

)

Session Title

Email: Registered Girl Scout for 2012-2013? r Yes r No Troop #

Individual: r Yes r No

_____________________________

Has this camper participated in: r Fall Product Sale r Cookie Program Activity

_____________________________

Check Household Income Range: r  $0-$10,000 r $10,001-$20,000 r $20,001-$25,000

_____________________________

r $25,001-$30,000 r $30,001-$35,000 r $35,001-$40,000 r $40,001-$50,000

Session Dates

r $50,001-$60,000 r $60,001-$70,000 r $70,001-$80,000 r $80,001-$90,000 r $90,001+ Number of people living on this income:

Children

Adults

Statement of Need: Please state specific reasons why this grant is needed. Use a separate sheet of paper if necessary.

_____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________

The early bird discount will be granted only if the registration form and Financial Assistance form are received before the early bird date. Fees: Total event fee:

$

Bus fee (if applicable):

+$

TOTAL FEES:

=$

Subtract Non-refundable Deposit ($50): Subtract Program Activity Credit (if applicable): Total Credits: Total fees (Line A):

Line A

Line B

$

Minus Total Credits (Line B): Amount requested:

I verify that the information given is correct and true. Parent/guardian signature:

$ =$ $ –$ =$

Date

Parents will be notified of any balance due. Balances need to be paid before the start of the day camp or event. 15


Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast 131 South 69th Street P.O. Box 14999 Milwaukee, WI 53214-0999

Christy L. Brown, CEO Kathleen O’Brien, Board Chair Girls Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast is funded by area United Ways, public support, and program activities.

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2013 Camp Alice Chester Resident Camp Booklet