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Summer Camp 2014

Trefoil Ranch & Camp Cloud | Register Online www.gsutah.org

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Please Note: After May 16 all payments must be paid in full by credit card.


WELCOME Dear Camper, A very warm welcome to the Girl Scouts of Utah’s summer camp program! With the help of some super star campers (learn more about Camper Council on page 3), we have put together a jam packed summer of pure awesomeness! This summer we will be welcoming back some of our rocking programs from 2014 while introducing a ton of new, exciting programs created by girls just like you! This year’s programs are full of new and exciting adventures that will challenge you to step out of your comfort circle and build courage, confidence, and character. You are sure to find a camp program that is just right for you! Horses? We’ve got 25! Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing? Aye, Aye Sir! Pottery, painting, and photography? Sure thing! Bows and arrows? Check! Ropes course? Of course! Outdoor cooking? It’ll be too hot too handle! Girl Scouts of Utah has it all! As you let your true self shine at camp this summer you will make new friends, enjoy the great outdoors, and gain new skills while being a part of a Girl Scout camp community. Online registration begins at 10:01 p.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2014! Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of an incredible summer full of laughter, smiles, and memories to last a lifetime! Have a high five day full of pure sunshine! Frog, Tangerine, & Your Camper Council

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Amber “Frog” Kuecker

Amber is Girl Scouts of Utah’s Outdoor Program Manager and Camp Cloud Rim Director. Amber graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a B.A. in Leisure, Youth and Human Services with emphases in Outdoor Recreation and Programming. Amber has an extensive background in leading multi-day backpacking and kayaking trips as well as facilitating leadership and teambuilding programs. She has worked in youth organizations as an Outdoor Instructor, Youth Sports Supervisor, Director of Campus Recreation and Ropes Course, and Youth Associate. This will be Amber’s twelfth summer working with Girl Scout camps and her fourth directing Camp Cloud Rim. 

Carly “Tangerine” Cahoon

Carly is Girl Scouts of Utah’s Outdoor Program Specialist and oversees Trefoil Ranch’s summer camp program. Carly graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in Parks, Recreation and Tourism with an emphasis in Experiential Education and Adventure Outdoor Programming. She has worked in various youth organizations as Camp Director, Program Director, and Mentor. She loves all things outdoors and enjoys teaching about the benefits of balancing your life with nature. This will be Carly’s second summer overseeing Trefoil Ranch.

Brianne “Ace” Butterfield

Brianne is Girl Scouts of Utah’s Seasonal Camp Director for Trefoil Ranch. Brianne started working with Girl Scouts of Utah as the Leadership Director at Camp Cloud in 2012. After the summer season was over, she continued to work with Girl Scouts of Utah’s Outdoor Program by being a Program Lead for minicamps (weekend programs during the school year) and assisting during the summer of 2013 when needed.

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CAMPER 4 COUNCIL 201

Ogden Clover, Wolfie, Jitterbug, Memory, Jazzy

Salt Lake City Back Row: Klover, Stitch, Wolf Girl, Petunia, Mess Kit, Apple, Crete Front Row: 13, Pickles, Lioness, Sleeping Bag, Einstein, I Forgot

How do I get involved in this? Mark your calendars for: Tues., Sept. 9 American Fork Wed., Sept. 10 Salt Lake City Thurs., Sept. 11 Ogden

What is Camper Council? A group of girls who help us plan camp. Who are these girls? All the girls who attended camp last summer were emailed a Summer Camp Survey where they answered all sorts of questions about summer camp – over 70 girls responded with their thoughts and ideas. Then 19 joined us at one of our in-person meetings this fall. These girls loved camp so much they wanted to help us plan camp for all of you!

American Fork Small Fry

6pm-7:30pm 6pm-7:30pm 6pm-7:30pm

Email camp@gsutah.org to let us know you’re interested and we will send you a reminder when the dates get closer. You can also participate through online surveys if you aren’t able to make the in-person meetings.

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What types of things do they help plan? • Design new camp programs ER COUNCIL MP (see the Camper Council Icon for all the programs they helped create). • Create t-shirt designs for both camps. • Pick out items that we sell in the trading post (camp store). • Suggest ideas to help make camp AWESOME for all of you girls! • Decide on the theme days and spirit awards for camp. 3


MEET THE CAMP STAFF Our counselors are energetic and caring role models who are carefully selected by the camp directors based on their talents, skills, and experience. Staff members are recruited from various colleges, local community agencies, and Girl Scout referrals. Our counselors receive an intense week of staff training where they are taught: risk management, program development, Girl Scout program and philosophy, age level characteristics, environmental education, behavior management, outdoor skills and much more. Those counselors working in high adventure programs receive additional training specific to their activity areas. All staff are CPR and First Aid certified. Please note: Girl Scouts of Utah does hire male camp staff to work in program areas such as horses, ropes course, archery, waterfront, and rock climbing as well as kitchen and administrative positions. Male camp staff sleep in separate quarters away from campers – they are not in the units living with the campers. If you know someone over the age of 18 who would like to live and work at camp for the summer, please refer them to our website (www.gsutah.org/work-at-camp) for a Seasonal Staff Application.

Camp Open Houses

If you’ve never been to camp before, we invite you and your family to visit us during one of our Open Houses. On your visit you will have the opportunity to meet the Camp Director and counselors, see where you might sleep, check out the dining hall, and explore the program areas (stables, waterfront, art room, ropes course, and archery field). After your visit you’ll be super excited for camp! Register: Online at www.gsutah.org (no fee) Registration Closes: June 6

Camp Trefoil Ranch Cloud Rim

Date Time June 14 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. June 28 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Phone (801) 224-2735 (435) 649-8641

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CAMP THEMES

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Theme Weeks

We are excited to roll out theme weeks at both of our camps this year! Each week will be a different theme that you will get to experience through lodge decorations, opening campfire, all camp, a theme meal and great experiences. These themes will not interfere with the camp you sign up for, but will only enhance your fantastic camp experience! Themes were decided on by your Camper Council. June 16 – Olympic Heroism Get ready to strut your stuff in fun Olympic activities that will use the strength of your brain and your muscles!

July 21 – Wild West Howdy Partner, do you have a hankerin’ to join us in the Wild West? So tip your hat and get ready for games and Wild West hoe down.

June 23 – Survivor Work with your group to complete various tasks throughout the week while building a fort, learning about camouflage, and going on a counselor hunt!

July 28 – Wet ‘n’ Wild It is summer and it is hot! From Wet and Wild Kickball to water balloon relays, you are sure to stay nice and cool in this jam-packed, water-filled week of awesomeness!

June 30 – Fandom Enjoy different themed days based on some of your favorite stories like the Hunger Games, Percy Jackson or Doctor Who!

August 4 – Puttin’ on the Glitz Enjoy a dance where you can really shine with decorations you created, ideas you suggested and a red carpet walk that lets you tell the world just how awesome you are!

July 7 – Superheroes Explore what qualities it takes to be a hero and how to recognize them in yourself. Plus, design and wear awesome costumes all week! July 14 – Opposite Week Get excited for pajama dinner with pancakes, mismatch clothes, crazy hair, wear your clothes backwards, sleep in and stay up late, and ice cream for breakfast!

August 11 – Around the World Enjoy learning about other cultures this week with games, songs, dances, and food from Africa, Asia, South America, Australia, and Europe!

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Spirit Awards

We are all about enthusiasm and just plain happiness at camp! This summer Camper Council is introducing the Spirit Spoon which will be awarded during final campfire to the group who demonstrated the most spirit throughout the week! The group awarded the spoon will get to decorate the wooden spoon, sign all their names on the spoon, and have it proudly displayed on the Spirit Spoon board in the lodge with their group picture. We will also have the Awesome Possum Awards that will be given out during final campfire. Each group will be presented with an award that is specific to their group (such as The Best Group Laugh, The Most Energy, The Best Made-Up Song, and so forth). These awards will be hung in the lodge with each group’s picture next to them.

Helga the Horse and Morty the Moose

Get excited to meet Helga the Horse and Morty the Moose this summer as they help keep the Girl Scout Sisterhood alive at camp! One group will be presented with Helga or Morty at opening campfire. The group will be charged with doing an act of kindness for another group in camp. Once the act of kindness is completed, Helga or Morty will be left with that group so they can pass it on with another act of kindness.

Golden Dust Pan

Suitcases, backpacks, duffle bags – oh my! Take everything you bring to camp, add in your friends who share the same living space, and before you know it you have a tent/cabin full of stuff everywhere! This year the Golden Dust Pan will travel daily to the group that has the cleanest living area as a whole! In addition to the cleanest living area, if you and your tent/cabin friends have your tent/cabin picked up, you will be left with a golden nugget of a treat each day regardless if your group received the Golden Dust Pan.

Snack Bins!

Camper Council also brings to you Snack Bins! Each group will have a bin of snacks for girls to pick from each morning. This way girls will always have snacks with them and can eat them whenever they are hungry throughout the day instead of waiting for a set snack time.

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NG I P M A C P O O TR MP A C R E M M U S AT TROOP 950

Troop camping provides an excellent opportunity for girls and their leaders to enjoy camp together. We will be offering seven opportunities for troop camping this summer! Camp Cloud Rim June 16-18 June 18-20 July 7-9 July 9-11 August 11-13

Trefoil Ranch July 14-16 July 16-18 August 11-13

Fee $85 per person *Includes meals, snacks, lodging, and staff support.

Please Note: If your troop is planning on doing troop camping this summer, please check with your troop leader BEFORE registering for a summer camp program. Be sure your summer camp program dates and your troop camping dates don’t conflict.

Mandy, Troop Leader “We’ve attended troop camp every summer for four years now, and it gets better every time we go. I love interacting with our girls at campthey become different people away from home. They are funnier and more playful at camp, and they are more adventurous and independent when mom isn’t close by. They constantly surprise me! Some of the girls that climb to the top of the rock wall are ones that I would never guess would do so! And some of the messiest, never-brush-theirteeth girls are ones who always look perfect at home. It’s an experience uniquely different from anything else we do, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.”

CONTACT YOUR TROOP LEADER FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TROOP CAMPING.

Serena, 11 years old “My favorite thing about camp is all of the activities I get to do with my friends - stuff I don’t normally get to do at home. I love rock climbing at camp, but I never get to do that at home.”

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PRE-CAMP PROGRAMS CAMP OPPORTUNITIES IN APRIL, MAY, AND JUNE

Can’t wait for summer camp to start? Are you itchy to get outside and get moving? Then get a jump-start on the outdoors by trying one of these outdoor programs. They are bound to get you super-pumped for summer camp! Registration closes two-weeks prior to each program.

Spring Campout Girl/Adult, Troop, Families

O.W.L. – Rock Climbing Girl Only

Spring is here which means it is time to get out and explore the outdoors at camp with the Girl Scouts of Utah! Many of us are so busy and overscheduled that we don’t get a chance to relax and enjoy the natural world that surrounds us. Challenge yourself to take the weekend off and enjoy quality time exploring nature and reconnecting with other Girl Scouts and Girl Scout families as camp staff provides fun-filled camp activities for all.

On Belay? Belay On. Climbing? Climb On. Rock? ROCK ON! Spend the weekend learning all the basics of rock climbing from climbing techniques to belaying to learning about all the equipment that is needed to climb safely. We will start at the Salt Lake City office and then spend the weekend camping and rock climbing (location TBD). Girls will be transported to the rock climbing and camping site off Girl Scout property by camp staff that are approved drivers. Rock climbing activities are subject to weather conditions. Needed: Volunteer assistants with rock climbing experience contact akuecker@gsutah.org.

DATE: April 25-26 TIME: Friday 5:30 p.m. - Saturday 3 p.m. Location: Trefoil; St. George Grades: K-12, Adults, Families (all children must be in kindergarten or higher) Cost: $35 per person (Trefoil Ranch); $45 per person (St. George)

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May 16-18 Friday 5:30 p.m. - Sunday 6 p.m. 6-12 $150 per girl

For more spring programs, please visit www.gsutah.org and check out the GSU GO! Program Catalog. Programs such as these can be found there: Earth Day Innovation Plant Power Tracy Aviary Animal Habitats Badge Workshop

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Tracy Aviary Animal Helpers Badge Workshop Zombie Apocalypse Survival Training


POST-CAMP PROGRAMS CAMP OPPORTUNITIES IN AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER

Even though summer is over, we still have stellar camp programs that you should definitely check out! So get to camp and give one of our minicamps a try this fall! Family Campout

Mt. Majestic Adventure Minicamp

Lightning Peak Adventure Minicamp

You’ve asked for it so here you go! Family camp is coming to Camp Cloud Rim this Labor Day weekend! Get excited! Spend the weekend coming together as a family as you take in the gorgeous area around you. Camp staff will provide programming options (such as waterfront, hikes, games, art, campfires, rock climbing, and so forth) throughout the day. They will also provide meals and cookout options for your family to enjoy. All Girl Scouts and their families are welcome to attend.

Hike to the top of Mt. Majestic, the mountain overlooking Camp Cloud Rim! This moderate hike is five miles round trip. On Wednesday we will learn about hiking safety, load our backpacks, and hit the trail. We will set up camp at the saddle and watch the sunset as we cook dinner. Thursday we’ll watch the sunrise from the summit of Mt. Majestic and spend the day exploring the area. Friday morning we’ll pack up our gear and head back down to Cloud Rim.

Hike to the top of Lightning Peak, the mountain overlooking Trefoil Ranch. This hike is about 14 miles round trip and can be moderate to strenuous. On Friday evening, we’ll learn about hiking safety and prepare trail snacks for the hike. Saturday morning, we’ll rise before the sun comes up to set out on our journey. We’ll watch the sunrise on the trail and be back to Trefoil Ranch just in time for dinner. Dinner will be served on Saturday evening before check-out.

Date: August 13-15 Time: Wednesday at 10 a.m. Friday at 3 p.m. Location: Cloud Rim Cost: $80 Grade: 6-12

Date: August 15-16 Time: Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday at 6 p.m. Location: Trefoil Ranch Cost: $35 Grade: 6-12

Date: August 30-September 1 Time: Saturday at 10 a.m. Monday at 12 p.m. Location: Cloud Rim Cost: $300 Tent (sleeps up to 4) $600 Cabin (sleeps up to 8) Grade: K-12, Adults, Families (all children must be in kindergarten or higher)

Mt. Majestic – Lightning Peak Combo Pack

Up for a challenge? Conquer both mountains and you’ll receive a commemorative finisher t-shirt! Transportation from Cloud Rim to Trefoil Ranch will be provided. Discounted fee of $100 (saving you $15 when you sign up for both programs).

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Archery Adventure Minicamp Girl Only

High Ropes Course Minicamp Girl Only

Archery is a great sport for girls to build confidence and coordination. In this adventure minicamp, you will make a quiver to hold your arrows, design your own target, learn proper technique, play archery games and learn to score in a friendly competition of skill.

Want more time on the high ropes course at camp? You’ve got it! Spend the entire weekend climbing and traversing the ropes course while incorporating team-oriented challenges. By the end of the weekend you will have mastered the ropes course!

Date: September 5-6 Time: Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 3 p.m. Location: Trefoil Ranch Grades: 4-8 Cost: $40 per person

Date: September 6-7 Time: Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. Location: Trefoil Ranch Grades: 6-8 Cost: $40 per person

Archery Adventure and High Ropes Course Combo Pack

6th-8th Graders – Are you up for an entire weekend of adventure at Trefoil Ranch? Do both camps backto-back! Discounted fee of $70 (saving you $10 when you sign up for both programs).

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Women of the Wilderness – She and Me Minicamp Girl/Adult Are you ready for an adventure? If so, this is the session for you! You and your favorite adult female will decide how you want to spend your weekend at camp! Polar bear dip? Why not! Sunrise hike to Mt. Majestic? You bet! Night games? Love them! Waterfront? Sure thing! Bring your adventurous spirit and get ready for a jam-packed weekend of stellar-ness! Date: September 12-13 Time: Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 3 p.m. Location: Cloud Rim Grades: K–12, Adults Cost: $45 per person (fee includes t-shirt)

Wilderness Warriors – He and Me Minicamp Girl/Adult Do you have what it takes to be a Wilderness Warrior? If so, grab your favorite adult male and get ready for an epic weekend at Camp Cloud Rim! We will have a dinner cook-out, then spend the rest of the night learning about and making your own camouflage, learning about nocturnal animals, and playing night games. Wake up early for an optional polar bear dip or a sunshine hike to Mt. Majestic. Spend your day doing activities such as: geocaching, paddling on the lake, hiking, learning to build fires, and so much more! Date: September 19-20 or September 20-21 Time: Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 3 p.m. or Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. Location: Cloud Rim Grades: K-12, Adults Cost: $45 per person (fee includes t-shirt)

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Art-A-Rama Minicamp Girl, Girl/Adult, Troop Spend the weekend enjoying the fall weather at Camp Cloud Rim while creating your own little masterpieces of art work! Learn how to capture the gorgeous fall-time scenery by painting it on canvas using acyclic paint. Create unique pieces of jewelry including a hair barrette, necklace, and bracelet. You will also have time to enjoy the paddling on the lake and hiking if you wish to do so. Projects will be different from last fall. Date: September 26-27 or September 27-28 Time: Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 3 p.m. or Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. Location: Cloud Rim Grades: K–12, Adults Cost: $40 per person (fee includes art supplies)


Trefoil Ranch

Trefoil Ranch is located on 123 acres of beautiful ranch country tucked away in Provo Canyon. Trefoil Ranch has amazing facilities, including a lodge, ranch house, and bunk house, as well as showers, electricity, hot water, and flush toilets. Campers sleep in platform tents or cabins with staff located nearby. Trefoil Ranch is home to over 25 horses. Depending on the camp session, girls can enjoy horseback riding instruction, high and low ropes courses, archery, biking, hiking, and other camp activities. All riding program are subject to weather conditions.

Equestrian Program Levels

Girls who register for any of our equestrian programs will spend a total of 8 hours per week at the stables, unless otherwise noted. Lessons include riding instruction, stables maintenance (mucking stalls), and ground school (learning about the animals and tack and how to care for them). Horseback riding is a sport that requires physical coordination, balance, and the ability to follow directions. Our programs are described as Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. Campers in any equestrian program will be grouped according to experience level and lessons will be geared towards the least experienced rider.

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Intermediate programs are for girls that have previously attended a one-week ridER ing program at camp, or have had eight full MEDI hours of Western riding experience outside of camp. Girls in intermediate programs must be able to lead a horse comfortably, ride in an arena without a lead line, be able to control a horse during a walk or jog, ride without stirrups at a walk, and demonstrate correct reining position. Lessons may include: saddle club, lead, walk, jog, lope, arena drills, mount, dismount, turn, stop, trail, groom, and basic horse care.

Advanced programs are for girls that have previously attended more than one VA N C week-long riding program at camp, or have had 16 full hours of Western riding experience outside of camp. Girls in advanced riding programs must be able to mount and dismount without assistance, turn, stop, demonstrate ability to walk, jog, and lope a horse with control, ride without stirrups at a walk and jog, and demonstrate a secure balanced position. Lessons may include: saddle club, walk, jog, lope, arena drills, barrels and pole bending at a lope, low level jumping, trail, pack trip, showdeo, groom and horse care.

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Beginning programs are for girls with little to no horseback riding experience. Lessons may include: lead, walk, jog, GINN mount, dismount, turn, stop, rein position, pasture trail ride, groom, and basic horse care.

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Not Registering for a Horse Program but Want to Ride a Horse?

This summer we are excited to offer campers an opportunity to have a Horse Experience while they attend non-horse programs at Trefoil Ranch. For an additional fee of $35, girls can participate in a twohour Horse Experience where they visit the stables, learn about the horses, and go on a ride around the arena. Girls who choose to add a Horse Experience to their camp program will part from their group during one afternoon and head to the stables with designated camp staff.


H C N A R L I O F E TR AT-A GLANCE

PROGRAM

GRADE ENTERING IN FALL 2014

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Bits and Pieces

1st-3rd

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Pony Tails

1st-3rd

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Archers of the Forest

4th-5th

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Horse Lover

4th-5th

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Night Crawlers

4th-5th

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Tents & Twigs

4th-5th

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Who Camps? iCamp

4th-5th

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Amazing Race

6th-8th

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Hard Hats & Horse Sense 1

6th-8th

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Hard Hats & Horse Sense 2

6th-8th

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iNVENT and iNSPIRE: Colonizing the Moon

6th-8th

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Night Crawlers

6th-8th

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Roaming Rovers

6th-8th

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Teepee & Trees

6th-8th

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Twist and Shout

6th-8th

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The Arena: Take Aim

6th-12th

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Fandom!

9th-12th

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Range Riders

9th-12th

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Ropes & Reins

9th-12th

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SESSION 1 JUNE 16-21

SESSION 2

JUNE 23-28

SESSION 3

JUNE 30-JULY 5

6/30-7/3


JULY 7-12

SESSION 5 JULY 14-19

SESSION 6 JULY 21-26

SESSION 7

JULY 28-AUG. 2

SESSION 8 AUG. 4-9

SESSION 9 AUG. 11-13

7/28-7/30, 7/31-8/2

TROOP CAMPING AT TREFOIL RANCH Contact your troop leaders for more information

7/7-7/9, 7/10-7/12

TROOP CAMPING AT TREFOIL RANCH Contact your troop leaders for more information

SESSION 4

7/21-8/2

7/28-8/9

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Those sessions occurring over the July 4 and July 24 holidays will have special all-camp programming starting with a theme dinner followed by an evening of games and activities with the entire camp. This way girls can still experience the holidays – they’ll just have a camp twist to their celebration!


Camp Cloud Rim sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet near Park City, nestled in aspen and pine on the shores of Lake Brimhall. Camp Cloud Rim has beautiful facilities, including a national park-style lodge and shower house, as well as electricity, hot water, and flush toilets. Girls live in nearby cabins or platform tents with staff located nearby. Depending on the camp session, campers may participate in canoeing, sailing, kayaking, swimming, photography, pottery, rock climbing, hiking, and backpacking. All waterfront programs are subject to weather conditions.

GRADE ENTERING IN FALL 2014

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Big Sis, Lil’ Sis

1st-6th

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Glitter Bugs

1st-3rd

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Nature Lovers

1st-3rd

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Art-ventures!

4th-5th

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Crazy for Critters

4th-5th

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Girl Wilderness Adventure Challenge (G.W.A.C.)

4th-5th

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Pirates of Brimhall

4th-5th

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Try It, You’ll Like It

4th-5th

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Campapalooza

4th-8th

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Cloud-Dance Film Festival

6th-8th

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EPIC AWESOMENESS

6th-8th

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Heroines of Olympus: 2nd Edition

6th-8th

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Lake Jumpers

6th-8th

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Outwit, Outlast, Outplay

6th-8th

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Pottery Pro

6th-8th

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Backpacker

6th-12th

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Boats and Belay

6th-12th

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Photo-Sketch

6th-12th

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Rock On!

6th-12th

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Kickin’ It Camp Style

9th-12th

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Leadership Programs

8th-12th

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SESSION 1 JUNE 16-21

SESSION 2

JUNE 23-28

TROOP CAMPING AT CLOUD RIM Contact your troop leaders for more information

CAMP CLOUD RIM

PROGRAM

CIT 1 6/23-7/5


SESSION 4 JULY 7-12

6/30-7/3

JULY 14-19

SESSION 6 JULY 21-26

SESSION 7

JULY 28-AUG. 2

SESSION 8 AUG. 4-9

7/14-7/16

7/17-26

7/17-26

8/4-13

LEAP 7/17-26 CIT 3 6/23-7/11

SESSION 9 AUG. 11-13

7/14-7/16

TROOP CAMPING AT CLOUD RIM Contact your troop leaders for more information

6/30-7/3

SESSION 5

TROOP CAMPING AT CLOUD RIM Contact your troop leaders for more information

SESSION 3

JUNE 30-JULY 5

CIT 2 7/14-8/2 16

Those sessions occurring over the July 4 and July 24 holidays will have special all-camp programming starting with a theme dinner followed by an evening of games and activities with the entire camp. This way girls can still experience the holidays – they’ll just have a camp twist to their celebration!


DAISIES & BROWNIES

Programs for Girls Entering Grades 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in Fall 2014

Tiered Pricing

$ $ Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp,

Spend the week at Cloud Rim with the coolest person ever – your sister! Experience the magic of Cloud Rim as you and your sis’ spend your days swimming and paddling in the lake, getting creative in the art room, cooking over the campfire, going on a day hike, and so much more! (Sisters, cousins, and friends of various age levels are welcome to attend.)

for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

Please pick the tier your family can afford.

$ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 28-Aug. 2 Cloud Rim Aug. 4-9 Cloud Rim

Bits and Pieces 3-Day Program

If you love horses and it’s your first time at camp, then Bits & Pieces is just for you! Visit the stables one time to ride a horse and learn about horse care, test your balance at the low ropes course, be creative in the craft room, have a cookout, and make new friends. All riding programs are subject to weather conditions. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $280 | $225 | $170

Mon. thru Wed.

Dates July 7-9 July 28-30

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Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $270 | $215 | $160 Thurs thru Sat.

Dates July 10-12 July 31-Aug 2 17

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Let your artsy side shine at camp this summer. Spend time every day in the art room creating your own masterpieces using clay, paint, dye, and of course GLITTER. Explore the color wheel as you learn how to mix and match colors to create unique, fun colors for your projects. You’ll also design and create your own t-shirt to take home!

Do you love spending time outside? We sure hope so! Discover the awesomeness of animals, bugs, flowers, and trees as you learn to explore the natural world around you. Spend time cooking outdoors over a campfire, making a bug box, gazing at the stars, creating your own set of butterfly wings, playing firefly tag, and so much more! You’ll also spend time on the waterfront – if you’re lucky you’ll see a beaver on the lake!

4-Day Program Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $310 | $255 | $200 Dates Camp June 30-July 3 Cloud Rim 3-Day Program Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $260 | $205 | $150 Dates Camp July 14-16 Cloud Rim

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Nature Lovers 1-Week Program

$ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp June 23-28 Cloud Rim July 21-26 Cloud Rim

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Pony Tails 1-Week Program

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Glitter Bugs 4-Day Program OR 3-Day Program

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Spend time every day at the stables learning the basics of horseback riding and horse care. Discover what a frog is and where you can find one on a horse. Enjoy traditional camp activities like campfires, cookouts, making friends, and sleeping in platform tents. You will get to plan activities that sound fun to you and get into the summer camp spirit. All riding programs are subject to weather conditions. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $540 | $430 | $320 Dates Camp June 16-21 Trefoil Ranch July 21-26 Trefoil Ranch Aug 4-9 Trefoil Ranch


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In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three.

for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

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Archers of the Forest 1-Week Program

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Become a skilled archer this week as you spend time each day learning and practicing your archery skills. You will be able to create courses with obstacles and targets, learn to camouflage yourself with the natural environment while moving quietly through the forest to look for animals, and survive in the forest for one night with minimal supplies. Be prepared to be adventurous! This is not a horse riding program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp June 23-28 Trefoil Ranch July 28-Aug. 2 Trefoil Ranch

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Art-ventures! 1-Week Program

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Make camp your studio for the week and push your artistic skills as you explore art in a whole new way. Paint a canvas from a canoe on the lake. Take a spin on the pottery wheel outside for a change. Take a short hike to Silver Islet to gain a new artistic perspective. Art-venture through the night as you slumber party in the art room using every imaginable medium as your inspiration. End your week with a camp-wide gallery to prove an artist can make art of out anything. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $500 | $390 | $280 Dates Camp June 23-28 Cloud Rim July 28-Aug. 2 Cloud Rim


Programs for Girls Entering Grades 4th & 5th in Fall 2014

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Love camp so much that you just want to do it all? With this program, you can! Pick what activities you want to do during your three days of fun! Choose from polar bear dips, pottery, hiking Mt. Majestic, canoeing, photography, rock climbing, poetry writing, swimming, painting, baking, drawing, building forts, paddle boarding, sewing, Jell-O fights, overnight camp outs, kayaking, night games, cookouts, and so much more. You’ll do so much during this session you won’t even know WHAT to call it! Girls will be placed in units based on grade levels. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $260 | $205 | $150 Dates Camp Aug. 11-13 Cloud Rim

Crazy for Critters! 1-Week Program

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Are you crazy for animals? If so, spend the week learning all about your favorite animals: how to care for them, basic first aid, and habitat reconstruction. Spend a day with Hawk Watch learning about birds, learn about helping animals for a living from a local veterinarian, and meet a real K-9 unit- all at camp! You’ll even get special training on how to live with unique animals at camp such as moose, potguts, and beavers. (Personal pets cannot be brought up to camp. All animals will be brought on site with a trained facilitator). $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $500 | $390 | $280 Dates Camp July 21-26 Cloud Rim

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Girl Wilderness Adventure Challenge (G.W.A.C.) 1-Week Program When it comes down to you and the wilderness, this session will make sure you are prepared for anything. Throughout the week you will learn personal and outdoor skills to prepare you for an epic overnight wilderness adventure. Learn to build a fire, tie knots, gain basic survival knowledge, work as a team to build (and sleep in!) outdoor forts, and push yourself beyond all limitations. Are YOU up for the challenge? $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $500 | $390 | $280 Dates Camp July 14-19 Cloud Rim July 28-Aug. 2 Cloud Rim


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If you love horses, then this camp is for you! Spend time every day, for a total of eight hours, at the stables riding and learning about how to care for your horse. This includes learning to bridle and saddle a horse, as well as a trail ride. Enjoy traditional camp activities too, such as low ropes course, campfires, and arts and crafts. All riding programs are subject to weather conditions. Cost: $ $ $ $540 | Dates June 16-21 June 23-28 June 30-July 5 July 7-12 July 21-26 Aug. 4-9

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Night Crawlers 1-Week Program Not an early bird? Why not stay up late and sleep in? You’ll spend your afternoons taking part in camp’s daytime activities, and then, while everyone else goes to bed, you’ll get to stay up and enjoy night hikes, cooking under the stars, and creating glow-in-the-dark experiments. From midnight snacks to trust hikes in the dark, you’ll make camp come 21

alive at night. This is not a horse riding program. $ Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 7-12 Trefoil Ranch

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Have you ever wanted to wear an eye patch, have a pet parrot and talk like a pirate for a week? Then come join the scallywags of Lake Brimhall! Spend every day on the water as you build a ship to sail your team across the lake, walk the plank for a polar bear dip, and protect Cloud Rim in an epic game of Battleship. Shiver me timbers, now that’s a pirate’s life for me! $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 21-26 Cloud Rim Aug. 4-9 Cloud Rim


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Who Camps? iCamp! 1-Week Program

$ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $310 | $255 | $200 Dates Camp June 30- July 3 Trefoil Ranch

Have you ever wanted to create your very own camp world? Well this is your chance to do just that! During your week at camp, you’ll get to try a little bit of everything Trefoil Ranch has to offer! Shoot arrows at the archery range, experience the low ropes course with your friends, make a natureinspired art project, cook pizzas over the campfire, search the night sky for shooting stars, or even start a water fight! It’s up to you, remember, it’s your world! So get those thinking caps on and come prepared to mix and match an iCamp experience! This is not a Horse Riding Program.

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Have you ever taken the time to notice all the cool colors, shapes and dimensions in the forest around you? This world is pretty cool! Come and embark on a three-day camping experience where you will go on daily nature walks armed with sketch books ready to find inspiration. Gather ideas from nature to create art projects with different mediums: clay, paint, pencil and photography. Hawk Watch will join us for an afternoon allowing you to take photos of amazing birds! Each day will be filled with outdoor explorations, hands-on

Do you want to come to camp, but you’re not sure about being away from home for a whole week? No worries! This session is designed just for you. Get a taste of what everyone loves from camp: create art projects, cook s’mores over a campfire, make new friends, play in the lake, rock climb, try new things, and most importantly HAVE FUN! With so much to do, you are bound to LIKE camp! 4-Day Program $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $310 | $255 | $200 Dates Camp June 30- July 3 Cloud Rim 3-Day Program Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $260 | $205 | $150 Dates Camp July 14-16 Cloud Rim

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In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three.

$ $ Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp, for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

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Amazing Race! 1-Week Program

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Do you like to be active? This camp is for you! Rise early in the morning for a group walk/ run. No need for speed, these mornings are about seeing the awesome world around you! These walk/runs will prepare you for the 4th annual Trefoil Ranch 5K. You will totally need to cool off after all that hard work, so take a bike ride and cruise down the canyon to ride the rapids on the Provo River. How cool is that?! Are you ready for even more challenges? Great! The high ropes course is up next! See you on this amazing adventure! This is not a horse riding program. The camp provides bicycles and helmets. Girls will be transported to the river drop off point by the rafting company. Biking and rafting activities are subject to weather and river conditions. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $510 | $400 | $290 Dates Camp July 28-Aug. 2 Trefoil Ranch

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Have you ever wanted to write your own script and see it made into a movie? Learn all about the movie making process by writing, directing, filming, and starring in your very own production. See it on the big screen at our Cloud-dance Film Festival on Friday night – it will be a red carpet event with camp photographers and journalists there to support your movies on opening night! $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $500 | $390 | $280 Dates Camp Aug. 4-9 Cloud Rim


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In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three. $ $ $ Tier One is the actual cost to run our camps. This reflects staffing, program supplies, food, and maintenance costs. $ $ Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp, for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

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Heroines of Olympus: 2nd Edition 1-Week Program

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Are you ready for a camp adventure of Mount Olympus proportions? Begin your adventure at Camp Cloud Rim where you will spend time venturing on the lake, making togas in the art room, and learning about Greek constellations on an overnight hike. Leave for Trefoil Ranch on Wednesday afternoon where you can test your Olympian skills on the ropes course and perfect your aim at the archery range. For an adventure this heroic, it is going to take both camps! Girls will be transported to Trefoil Ranch by camp staff. Cost: $ $ $ $540 | Dates June 30-July 5

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iNVENT and iNSPIRE: Colonizing the Moon 1-Week Program

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you find around camp! Enjoy some time on the high and low ropes course as well as the archery range. Can you even shoot arrows on the moon? Come find out! This is not a Horse Riding Program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 7-12 Trefoil Ranch

Lake Jumpers 1-Week Program

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Do you absolutely love the lake at camp? If so, this is your chance to explore different lakes around camp! Spend time paddling canoes and kayaks on Lake Brimhall. Jump to another lake and complete a nature-inspired art project, eat dinner, and enjoy some star gazing. Jump back to Lake Brimhall to try out windsurfing and sailing. Jump to yet another lake and spend the day checking out the incredible wildlife that lives there. End the week with your final jump back to Lake Brimhall for an epic Jell-O fight. Cost: $ $ $ $490 | Dates June 30-July 5 Aug. 4-9

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Night Crawlers 1-Week Program Not an early bird? Why not stay up late and sleep in? You’ll spend your afternoons taking part in camp’s daytime activities, and then, while everyone else goes to bed, you’ll get to stay up and enjoy night hikes, cooking under the stars, looking for constellations and creating glow-in-the-dark experiments. From midnight snacks to trust hikes in the dark, you’ll make camp come alive at night. This is not a horse riding program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 7-12 Trefoil Ranch

Outwit, Outlast, Outplay 1-Week Program

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Are you ready for the challenge? It’s time for Survivor: Camp Cloud Rim! Work with your “tribe” every day to complete challenges and earn the “immunity necklace.” You and your tribe will end the week with a Final Challenge where you will use all your newly acquired skills! Challenges may include fort building, puzzles, obstacle courses, kayak races, mys-

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Pottery Pro 10-Day Program Become a pottery pro this summer by spending every day in the Cloud Rim Pottery Studio. This ten day program gives you the chance to do pottery your way! Start out learning about types of clay, clay techniques, and the clay firing and glazing processes. Then have an artistic consultation to build your very own artistic process! That’s right - you get to choose what types of projects you make and what parts of the process you want to learn more about. End your program with a slumber party in the art room celebrating all of your artistic creations! $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $650 | $540 | $430 Dates Camp July 17-26 Cloud Rim


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Tiered Pricing

In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three. $ $ $ Tier One is the actual cost to run our camps. This reflects staffing, program supplies, food, and maintenance costs. $ $ Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp, for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

Roaming Rovers 1-Week Program

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Get ready for a scavenger hunt unlike any other! Find clues using various means of navigation such as map, compass, trail signs, and GPS, to discover where you and your friends will be staying each night. Learn to put up a tent and build a shelter. Prepare cookout meals for a breakfast, a lunch, and a dinner. Sleep out under the stars and learn about astronomy and constellations. Try out the high ropes course and archery. This is not a horse riding program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp July 21-26 Trefoil Ranch

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Teepees and Trees 1-Week Program

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How would you like to build your own teepee and take the time to notice all the cool colors, shapes and dimensions of the forest around you? Not only will you build your own teepee you will embark on daily nature walks armed with sketch books ready to find inspiration. You will get to gather ideas from nature to create art projects with different mediums; clay, paint, pencil and photography. Hawk Watch will join us for an afternoon allowing you to take photos of amazing birds! Each day will be filled with outdoor explorations, hands on activities and time to create art. This is not a horse riding program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp June 16-21 Trefoil Ranch


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Hey you! Yes, you! Do you know how awesome you are? Shout it from a mountain top: “I can do and be anything!� Come and spend a week with us participating in cool things that show you just how amazing you are; yoga, Zumba, self-reflective art projects, journaling in Nature, high and low ropes courses, and an awesome bike ride down the canyon. This is not a horse riding program. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp June 23-28 Trefoil Ranch Aug. 4-9 Trefoil Ranch

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This trip is designed for beginner backpackers. Spend the first day at camp reviewing outdoor skills and learning how to pack your backpack. You will hit the trail on Tuesday morning and return Thursday night. Enjoy the magnificent views, cooking dinner, and looking up at the night sky. Be prepared for challenging hikes and rock solid friendships.

Learn to windsurf, check. Become a pro sailor, check. Perfect your rock climbing skills, check. If these are all things you want to check off your bucket list, this program is for you! Spend every day on the lake with waterfront staff as you learn and practice sailing and windsurfing in small groups.

Photography? Sketching? This week you choose which you want to learn more about – or better yet, do a little bit of both! Expose yourself to new photography challenges as you take film and digital pictures of your friends and nature. Develop your film in Cloud Rim’s dark room – it is a cool process you’ll want to learn!

Take time during the week to not only rock climb, but to also learn and practice how to belay your friends safely. Boats and Belay is sure to have you leaving camp feeling accomplished! Girls will be in separate groups based on grade levels. Girls will have options of where they’d like to focus their time with waterfront and rock climbing.

Learn about how to sketch different nature scenes with charcoal, oil pastels, or pencil. Watch your confidence develop as you create a personal art journal, collaborate with a team full of artists like you, and express yourself through daily artistic challenges. Girls will be in separate groups based on grade levels.

Already done Backpacker? No worries! Each summer we hike different trails! Camp provides sleeping bags, backpacks, and group gear. Girls will be sent a detailed packing list and more information prior to the program. Girls will be transported to program sites by camp staff. Girls will be in separate groups based on grade levels. Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $510 | $400 | $290 Dates Camp July 28-Aug. 2 Cloud Rim

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On Belay? Belay On. Climbing? Climb On. Rock? ROCK ON! Spend the week learning all the basics of rock climbing from climbing techniques to belaying to learning about all the equipment that is needed to climb safely. You’ll spend time on Camp Cloud Rim’s rock-face chimney each day learning from camp staff. Then you’ll take a day trip away from camp to practice your skills on an actual piece of rock! Girls will be transported to the rock climbing site off camp property by camp staff who are approved drivers. Rock climbing activities are subject to weather conditions. Girls will be in separate groups based on grade levels.

while completing the high ropes course, build your own fires, and so much more. Then you and your fellow campers will enter The Arena for one night where you will work together to complete challenges, earning points along the way. *This program is designed for campers to become proficient in outdoor skills while in a team environment; there will be no elimination of teams or individuals. This is not a horse program. Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $490 | $380 | $270 Dates Camp June 30-July 5 Trefoil Ranch

Cost: $ $ $ $ $ $ $585 | $475 | $365 Dates Camp July 21-26 Cloud Rim The Arena: Take Aim 6th - 12th Grade 1-Week Program This year The Arena has moved to Trefoil Ranch! Spend the first part of the week in training where you’ll learn to: build shelters, shoot an arrow, camouflage yourself, tie knots, work as a team

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Tiered Pricing

In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three. $ $ $ Tier One is the actual cost to run our camps. This reflects staffing, program supplies, food, and maintenance costs. $ $ Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp,

for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. $ Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee.

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Fandom 1-Week Program

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Are you a fan of something really cool? So are we! Come spend a week being a fan of both Trefoil Ranch and Cloud Rim celebrating all that you are a fan of. Don’t know what fandom means? That’s ok! Fandom is a group of people who are a fan of anything. So not only will you all get to be fandoms of Girl Scouts of Utah’s summer camps, you will get to spend the week with activities surrounding: Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, Doctor Who, The Hobbit, The Avengers or other pop culture references that you decide! Girls will be transported to Cloud Rim. This is not a horse riding program. Cost: $ $ $ $540 | Dates June 30-July 5

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Kickin’ It – Camp Style 10-Day Program

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Do you love kickin’ at camp every summer? Well, get ready to take camp to a whole new level! This program has 10 days of pure awesomeness designed just for you – the guru camper. You’ll start at Trefoil Ranch with the ropes course, archery, river rafting, biking, and horseback riding with a trail ride. Then off to CLAS Ropes before coming to Cloud Rim for rock climbing and pottery. Take a day rock climbing trip off-camp property, and then take off on a 3-day, 2-night backpacking adventure off camp property. Wrap up your adventure with waterfront and photography. Can you handle this slammin’ 10 days? We hope so because you’ve asked for it! Girls will be transported to Cloud Rim and other program sites by camp staff. All activities, with the exception of art-based activities, are subject to weather conditions. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $710 | $600 | $490 Dates CAMP CHECK-IN Aug. 4-13 Trefoil Ranch CAMP CHECK-OUT Cloud Rim


Have you been riding horses forever? Then this is your chance to shine as an experienced rider. In this camp adventure, you will spend at least 16 hours at the stables where you will learn advanced horse care and riding skills. Practice drills, go on trail rides, and participate in Saddle Club and a Showdeo. Take it to the extreme on an overnight pack trip. You’ll even have a chance to help the riding staff with a lesson for younger girls at the stables. In addition, you’ll have time for traditional camp activities like high ropes course, archery, and arts and crafts. A letter detailing previous horseback riding experience must accompany the registration form. All riding programs are subject to weather conditions. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $715 | $605 | $495 Dates Camp July 28-Aug. 9 Trefoil Ranch

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Girl Scouts of Utah’s leadership programs offer you an opportunity to learn leadership skills that are needed to work with girls in the outdoors, specifically at camp. If you are highly motivated, ready to work and play hard, and are willing to accept a leadership role at camp, this is the program for you. You will explore the areas of camp craft skills, group dynamics, child development, program planning, camp operations, and the role of the camp counselor. The program includes time devoted to learning these skill sets, plus actual experience working with children under the supervision of camp staff. All programs will be based out of Camp Cloud Rim but you will have opportunities to do sections of your training at Trefoil Ranch (transportation to and from Trefoil Ranch will be provided). The CIT programs vary in duration from ten days to four weeks. We prefer that you are able to stay for the entire duration of your program, but are willing to work with you if you have religious or family obligations. Participation in the program does not guarantee employment at GSU camps in the future. The leadership program does have limited space in order to maintain the quality of the program for all of those participating. Registering for a leadership program does not guarantee a spot. For those new to the leadership program, you will be sent an email directing you to an online application form. We will be doing interviews for all C.I.T. programs on Tuesday, April 29 and Wednesday, April 30 at the Salt Lake City Girl Scout office between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. (you may call in if you don’t live in the area). If you did a Leadership Program last summer, you will not need to re-apply for the program – just register online.

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AH’S T U F O S T U O GIRL SC AMS R G O R P P I H S LEADER LEAP 8th-9th Grade 10-Day Program Ready to start your leap from camper to counselor? This is the perfect place to start! During this ten-day program you’ll form a tight-knit team with your fellow LEAPers as you learn teamwork, conflict resolution, and communication skills. With your team’s support, you’ll learn fundamental skills of leadership, setting goals, making decisions, and solving problems. Did you do LEAP last summer? Don’t worry! It will be a different experience than last summer! $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $595 | $485 | $375 Dates CAMP CHECK-IN July 17-26 Cloud Rim CAMP CHECK-OUT Trefoil Ranch

C.I.T. 1: Counselor-in-Training 1 10th-12th Grade 2-Week Program Take the leadership skills and experiences you have and put them into practice at camp. Gain techniques and strategies for working with and teaching children. Learn counseling skills like program planning, behavior management, and conflict resolution. With members of your CIT team, you’ll have opportunities to work with and teach younger campers in the units.

Cost: $ $ $ $620 | Dates June 23-July 5

Programs for Girls Entering Grades 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th

$

$ $

$510 | $400 CAMP CHECK-IN Cloud Rim CAMP CHECK-OUT Trefoil Ranch

C.I.T. 2: Counselor-in-Training 2 11th-12th Grade 3-Week Program Build on the skills you learned in CIT 1 as you expand your interests and skills surrounding camp counseling. Increase your ability to manage and teach children. Learn about risk management and resolving difficult situations. You will spend time at both camps creating and running programs for girls with support from counselors. During your last week you will be placed with a unit of campers at Camp Cloud Rim or Trefoil Ranch where you will get the full experience of being a counselor. This training will help prepare you to be a counselor and you’ll learn the specifics of waterfront, art, high adventure, ropes course, and horseback riding. Girls will be transported to and from Trefoil Ranch. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $595 | $485 | $375 Dates CAMP CHECK-IN July 14-Aug. 2 Cloud Rim CAMP CHECK-OUT TBD

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C.I.T. 3: Counselor-in-Training 3 12th Grade 3-Week Program (optional 4th week) By the time you reach CIT 3 you should be ready to jump right into the camp life and practice the leadership and camp skills you have been building on over the years. You’ll spend the first week at Camp Cloud Rim polishing up on your skills and your second and third week in program areas such as: units, waterfront, stables, high adventure, ropes course, kitchen, and art. You’ll work with the Leadership Director to create a schedule that works for both you and camp. You’ll still have time on the weekends to be with your CIT team to share your experiences and to learn from one another. Your Leadership Director will check in with you daily to debrief your experiences and give you guidance as needed. Be prepared to work hard and to be fully immersed in the staff side of camp. Girls will be transported to and from Trefoil Ranch. $ $ $ Cost: $ $ $ $570 | $460 | $350 Dates CAMP CHECK-IN June 23-July 11 Cloud Rim CAMP CHECK-OUT TBD

Optional fourth week, July 12-19 available for no additional fee.


ON I T A M R O F N I N REGISTRATIO NIC FORMS O AND ELECTR Register Online

Registration is available online at www.gsutah.org beginning at 10:01 p.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2014. • To register a girl for a summer camp program you will need to: • Create a User Name and Password for yourself (her guardian). You will have access to your family roster with all family members. For assistance with creating a user name and password please contact council during business hours to assist you. This will help prevent any issues with losing links to family members and profiles. • Please check your family roster before online registration goes LIVE so you are sure you’re ready to go. We will have support staff available to answer the camp@gsutah.org and registrations@ gsutah.org email accounts and the (801) 716-5145 and (801) 7165152 phone lines on January 23 between 8 p.m. and midnight. • Login in as the adult guardian council has listed as Guardian 1 for the girl. • Select the camp program and register the girl for camp by selecting the box next to her name. • Complete the registration information and process the order. • Review payment due and registration prior to entering card information. Option is available to print a receipt with verification order number. Must complete order and all information required to process correctly. Items in a cart not processed will not hold space for processing later. • Camp is on a first-come, first-served basis. You may sign your camper up for more than one camp if you wish!

April 1:

deposit to another camp program – it is non-transferable. • I f registering before April 1, you will have the option of applying your 2014 Activity Credits to your camp balance. If your Activity Credits are more than your camp balance, you will receive the remaining Activity Credits in the mail. The balance due will reflect the difference of any activity credits that have been applied to camp balance. • I f applying for an Activity Scholarship, fill out the application on page X or from www.gsutah.org. Mail form to: Girl Scouts of Utah, Activity Scholarship, 445 East 4500 South, Suite 125, Salt Lake City, UT 84107 or email form to: camp@gsutah.org. The balance due will reflect the difference of activity credits and/or scholarship award that has been applied to camp balance. Activity Scholarship applications are due.

May 1:  Remaining balance will reflect the deduction of your $50 deposit, 2014 Activity Credits, and Activity Scholarship Award (if applied for). May 1-16: R  emaining balance may be paid by credit card online, or by Activity Credits by mail after the initial registration. May 16: Remaining balance must be paid in full. Payment received after this date will be assessed a $25 late fee. June 2: I f not paid in full by this time the camp session will be canceled, forfeiting your $50 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit.

Registrations After May 16

Register Before May 16

• Full payment by credit card is due at time of online registration. • Activity Credits may not be applied to camp fees.

• At Time of Registration: • $50 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit by credit card is due at time of online registration. Please note if you register for multiple programs and cancel one, you may not move the $50

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ON I T A M R O F N I N REGISTRATIO NIC FORMS O AND ELECTR Tiered Pricing

In trying to keep camp affordable to all families while also expressing the true cost of camp, we have adopted tiered pricing. All campers will experience the same camp experience regardless of which price the family can afford. Tier One is the actual cost to run our camps. This reflects staffing, program supplies, food and maintenance costs. Tier Two is a partially subsidized cost of camp, for families that can pay a little more but not the actual cost of camp. Tier Three is our fully-subsidized fee. Please pick the tier your family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each camp session description in the following order: Tier One/Tier Two/Tier Three. Please select your tier carefully. Review your order prior to card payment entry.

Activity Scholarship Information

Activity Scholarships may be applied for after you have completed the initial registration and paid your $50 nonrefundable, non-transferable deposit. The Activity Scholarship form may be found online at www.gsutah.org/summer-camp or you can print page 38-39. The form can then be mailed to: Girl Scouts of Utah, Activity Scholarship, 445 East 4500 South, Suite 125, Salt Lake City, UT 84107 or emailed to: camp@ gsutah.org. All Activity Scholarship forms are due April 1. Scholarships awards will be applied to your camp balance no later than April 30.

Other Registration Information

• We will have computers available during business hours at each service center for your use if you don’t have access to internet at home or at your local library. All you need is your credit card to pay the $50 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit for your camper’s camp session. • Your camper may request one buddy online; however the system does not place them together – that is up to you! Be sure if your camper wants to go to camp with a buddy that you plan to get together and register for the same session! When registering, you will have an opportunity to list your camp buddy’s name. • If your camper is not a member of Girl Scouts she may still come to camp. You will just need to pay the nonmember price which is an additional $50. But wait! Wouldn’t it be better to register her online as a Girl Scout at www.gsutah.org (Login tab top right of page) for $15 and then register for camp? Do it! *Note you will need to register as a Girl Scout at least 24 hours prior to registering for camp in order to receive the member pricing. • If you are a registered Girl Scout in another council outside of Utah, please contact Cheryle Hatch, Program and Camp Registrar at registrations@gsutah.org or (801) 265-8472.

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ON I T A M R O F N I N REGISTRATIO NIC FORMS O AND ELECTR Confirmation Information

The remainder of the camp fee (excluding the deposit) will be refunded if: •G  SU receives a written notification of the cancelation at least five weeks prior to the camp program. •T  he camper leaves her camp program due to illness or injury and GSU receives a written request for a refund within two weeks after the camper returns home. The refund will be pro-rated on a per diem basis. •T  he camper cannot attend her camp program because she becomes ill or injured and GSU receives a request for the refund in writing with a physician’s note within one week after the scheduled camp program. •G  SU cancels the camp program and alternative programs were offered but you do not select one of the alternative programs.

You will receive an email notice immediately that your camper has been accepted (or waitlisted) for the camp program. Once the minimum number of registrations for a program occurs, you will receive a confirmation email which will include a link to the following forms. These forms can also be found at www.gsutah.org. • Health History and Consent • Physical Exam (required for a camp session 3 nights or more) • All About Me • Medication Log • Summer Camp Orientation Guide • Packing List

Summer Camp Orientation Guide

No refunds are given if a girl returns home during camp because of homesickness, misconduct, parent/guardian request, and/or any other circumstance.

The Summer Camp Orientation Guide is designed to help families prepare their child for summer camp. This guide book has information about: check-in and check-out day procedures, mail, meals, living arrangements, sample daily schedules, what a typical day at camp looks like, trading post, health services, medications, dietary needs, packing list, camp guidelines, showers, and so forth. The Summer Camp Orientation Guide can be found at www.gsutah.org/summer/camp.

Other Registration Questions?

Contact Cheryle Hatch, Program and Camp Registrar, at registrations@gsutah.org or (801) 265-8472.

Disclaimer

Cancellations and Refunds

Girl Scouts of Utah plans quality programs for camp with the health, safety, and well-being of the campers as our first priority. Some sessions may be altered or cancelled due to weather, fire, natural disaster, lack of staff, or lack of registrations. The Camp Director may determine whether a girl is competent to participate in any activity, and, if necessary, transfer her to another program. When necessary, campers will participate in alternate activities. No alternation or refunds will be issued if changes are made to activities due to weather, fire, or natural disaster. If a session is canceled due to low registration numbers, campers will be afforded the opportunity to select another program.

The $50 deposit is non-refundable and is non-transferable to other girls or other camp programs for the same girl.

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SHIP R A L O H C S Y T ACTIVI APPLICATION ACTIVITY INFORMATION - Deadline April 1,2014

Application must meet stated deadlines. All questions must be answered completely. Note: Please type or print using a ballpoint pen.

Name of activity/program for which the scholarship is being requested Date(s) of activity/program PERSONAL INFORMATION Girl’s name Parent/Guardian Address City/State Zip Phone (

)

Troop #

or Juliette

Email address

Grade in school (Fall 2013)

Girl Scout level in 2013-2014 Membership Year

Girl Scout Daisy

Age as of June 1, 2014

Girl Scout Cadette

Girl Scout Brownie

Girl Scout Junior

Girl Scout Senior

Girl Scout Ambassador

FINANCIAL INFORMATION INCOME $0 - $12,000

$15,001-18,000

$21,001-25,000

$30,001-40,000

$50,001-$60,000

$12,001-15,000

$18,001-21,000

$25,001-30,000

$40,001-50,000

Over $60,000

FAMILY SIZE (includes parents/guardians) 2 Persons

4 Persons

6 Persons

8 Persons

10 Persons

3 Persons

5 Persons

7 Persons

9 Persons

No. of working adults in family

Girls live with:

Persons

Both parents

Mother

Father

Guardian

Other

No. of dependent children Ages Other relevant information to be considered in granting the scholarship? (Attach separate sheet if necessary.)

Has applicant applied for an activity scholarship in the past year? If yes, when?

Yes

No

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SHIP R A L O H C S Y T ACTIVI APPLICATION

Application must meet stated deadlines. All questions must be answered completely. Note: Please type or print using a ballpoint pen.

PAYMENT INFORMATION Total activity/program fee

$

Less deposit (if required)

$

($50 required for resident camp)

Less activity credits

$

Year

Signature of parent or guardian:

Date

(All activity credits must be used for activity/program/camp before the scholarship is awarded.)

Less additional amount family can pay

$

Activity scholarship amount requested

$

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Date approved: Approved by: Amount Approved: Letter sent: Please mail this form to: Girl Scouts of Utah | Attn: Activity Scholarship | 445 East 4500 South, Suite 125 | SLC, UT 84107 or emial this form to camp@gsutah.org

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SHIP R A L O H C S Y T ES R ACTIVI U D E C O R P AND GUIDELINES Purpose: To provide assistance for individual girl members who are registered Girl Scouts and wish to attend Girl Scouts of Utah-sponsored camps or programs, Girl Scouts of the USA-sponsored programs, or Girl Scout destinations. Philosophy: Activity Scholarship should fill a specific financial need. It is not a reward for being a “good Girl Scout” nor is it a way to repay volunteer work a parent might have done in Girl Scouting. It is a way for Girl Scouts of Utah to help a Girl Scout participate in an experience in which she would otherwise not be able to because of financial restraints. The decision to grant activity scholarship, and the amount, is made on the basis of information given on the application form. All information is kept confidential and discussed only by those responsible for allocating the money. Guidelines for granting financial assistance:

1. The request must be made on a current application form and must be completed in its entirety.

2. The dollar amount of the scholarship granted is based on availability of funds and apparent need.

3. Scholarship will be granted only to currently registered girl members, not troops.

4. Families are expected to pay a portion of the expense for the program or camp.

5. P  articipants in Girl Scouts of the USA destinations may receive up to one-fourth of the actual program fees in activity scholarship. Program applications must be received by published program registration deadlines. This applies to individual girls only – not troops.

6. A  ll activity credits must be used for program fees before the activity scholarship will be granted. Activity credits may be used for transportation and published fees only. Additional activity fees and personal items are the responsibility of the participant.

7. T  he scholarship may be based on the number of requests from the same family and on the total income composition.

8. The scholarship is non-transferable and not redeemable for cash.

9. A  ctivity scholarship will be granted for only one like program per program year per girl. For example, a girl may apply for scholarship for resident camp and day camp, or resident camp and a program, not resident camp and troop camp in the same summer. 10. P  rograms that will be considered for scholarships are: All Girl Scouts of Utah-sponsored activities, programs and camps on a council wide, national or international level; all GSUSA-sponsored destinations listed on GSUSA’s website or other material published by the national organization.

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! Contact Us Outdoor Program Manager: Amber “Frog” Kuecker (801) 891-8384 camp@gsutah.org

Outdoor Program Specialist: Carly “Tangerine” Cahoon (801-716-5089 camp@gsutah.org

Registration: Cheryle Hatch (801) 265-8472 registrations@gsutah.org

Spanish Translation:* Anacandy Castro or Raquel Lee (801) 265-8472 anacandy@gsutah.org or rlee@gsutah.org

*Verbal translation of this camp catalog in Spanish can be provided by contacting Anacandy Castro or Raquel Lee.

ACA Accreditation

Promise & Law 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.

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.

Trefoil Ranch and Camp Cloud Rim are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) and meet its high standards for program design and activities, site and food service, transportation, health and wellness, operation management, and human resources. In addition, both camps follow all guidelines recommended by GSUSA in Safety Activity Checkpoints and Girl Scouts Sites and Facilities.

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