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GIRL SCOUT SUMMER CAMP LIFE IS THE BEST LIFE

Camp 2018


Dear Girl Scout Family and Friends, We are so excited to share with you all the amazing new adventures that a girl can experience when she joins us for summer camp. Whether it's her first time camping or she is a camper extraordinaire, you can feel at ease knowing that she is in a fun and safe environment where she will explore nature with new friends and face thrilling new experiences head on. Camp is a great place for the girl in your life to be herself and discover the leader within. We hope you will encourage her to check out all of our camping options and help her choose her own journey by reading about our different themes available each week. Once you have made a decision together, take advantage of our online early registration period until March 15​, 2018, so that she may have a chance to win a free Awesome Outdoor Experience!

Jump start your adventure!

Camp Options Resident Camp Resident camp is a sleepaway camp experience where campers spend time away from their families in an outdoor setting.

Pgs. 4 - 13 Pgs. 14 - 15 Pgs. 16 - 17 Pgs. 18 - 19 Pgs. 20 - 23 Pgs. 24 - 25 Pgs. 26 - 27 Pgs. 28 - 29 Pgs. 30 - 31

Camp Oak Spring Leadership Opportunities Open Houses & Walking Tours Camp Inawendiwin Camp Sacajawea CampDoc, Tips, and Extras Frequently Asked Questions Camp Specials & Registration The Girl Scout Way & Upcoming Outdoor Programs

Day Camp Day camp is a weeklong outdoor experience where campers return home each night. Overnights What better way to keep the camp experience going than staying overnight? Overnights are held on Thursday of specific weeks and include dinner on Thursday and breakfast on Friday. Night Lights A great intro for girls who wonder what camp is like at night, without having to stay over. Girls get to stay late on Thursday night (of specific weeks) and enjoy an extra swim, games, and dinner. Camper pick-up is 8 PM.


g Camp Oak Sprin Somerset County 228 Weston Road Somerset, NJ 08873

Camp Inawendiwin Burlington County 71 Powell Place Road Tabernacle, NJ 08088

Camp Sacajawea Gloucester County 3064 Victoria Avenue Newfield, NJ 08344

S afe t y is ke y Safety is our #1 priority. Activities are held to the Girl Scouts Safety Activity Checkpoints & New Jersey Youth Camp Safety Act. Health Supervisors are on site while camp is in session.

Your Camp Guide Let these icons guide you while you build your adventure!

Arts: Visual, culinary or performing arts Camp Experience: Traditional Girl Scout camping experience Challenge: Outdoor skills, adventure, or sports Horse: Horseback riding Leadership: Leadership skill-building experience STEM: STEM (science, technology, engineering, and/or math)

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CAMP OAK SPRING DAY CAMP IN SOMERSET, NJ Get To Know The Director My name is Amanda and I am thrilled to be the Camp Director at Oak Spring because it is where I grew up going to camp. I've learned a lot at Oak Spring. It is the perfect place to make new friends, be yourself, and try something new. Each Monday we welcome new friends for a week full of adventure, opportunity, and fun! Are you ready to take some risks as you put your innovation to the test and think outside of the box? I know you’ll have the chance to let your voice shine as you take the lead, and of course what would Oak Spring Day Camp be without our Tye-Dye Extravaganza and Friday Closing Campfire? Can’t wait to see you this summer!

Day Camp Information Camp Oak Spring is a 120-acre camp alongside the Delaware Raritan Canal. Our features include green hills and grassy fields, multiple hiking trails, the Sports Shed, and the New Leaf Nature Center. Oak Spring offers chances for all kinds of Girl Scouts to find their connection with the outdoors. Lower camp offers shaded and wooded sites along with the Craft Shack, Daisy Den, Camp Office and Health Center. “The Hill” includes Oak Spring’s beautiful pool, archery range, and zip line. Lifeguards watch while you cool off in the pool or paddle in a canoe, and Adventure Specialists travel to the rock wall, the archery range, and zip line to ensure everyone has fun and stays safe!

Bring a Friend! Visit Oak Spring on April 22 from 1-4 PM for Tours & S’mores Open House.

Weekly Camp Guide Week 1

June 25-29

Week 2A*

July 2-3

Week 2B*

July 5-6

Week 3

July 9-13

Week 4

July 16-20

Week 5

July 23-27

Week 6

July 30 - August 3

Week 7

August 6-10

Week 8

August 13-17

S peci al N ot e Week 2 is split into two mini-weeks with a break for the 4th of July. *There is no transportation provided during Week 2A & 2B. All campers must be dropped off and picked up. Before & After Care are available at a discounted rate.


Week One June 25 - 29

MAGNIFICENT MAGIC OF METALS

GRADE 1

GRADE 4-5 |

the sea in a week full of adventure. We’ll be risk-takers walking on water, snacking on edible fish bowls, and become Oak Spring’s very own mermaids!

Be an innovator this week, use your imagination and metal to create wind chimes, sculptures, and aluminum foil figures. We'll play with magnets and go on a metal scavenger hunt around camp.

| $285 Flip your fins & kick your feet! Let’s have fun under

BROWNIES ALL THE WAY! GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Calling all G.I.R.L.s! Come along with other Brownie friends while we sing, cook, swap and more! Let’s learn what it’s like to be a G.I.R.L at Oak Spring! Completion of this program will earn you the Brownie Girl Scout Way Badge.

$285

HELLO, SUMMER! GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

It's finally summer! Are you ready to say goodbye to school & hello to summer? Come join us for a week of everyone’s favorite summer activities. From swimming and adventures to s’mores and hiking, it is bound to be a week you’ll never forget!

SUMMER "SNACKVENTURE" GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Test your taste buds on this “snackventure”! Take a blind taste test of our favorite camp snacks then create your own! Work as a team to submit your proposal to Kitchen Manager Linda to add your creation to the camp snacks.

SIMPLY DELICIOUS GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Like to cook indoors and out? Grab your apron and join us for a week of mixing and measuring. Will you take the risk and try some new foods? We hope so! Girls will earn the Simple Meals Legacy Badge this week.

STEM-TASTIC GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Cell-ebrate this week at camp while learning science and math. Experiment with different activities and determine new methods for making things work!

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UNDER THE SEA

Cam p is awe som e!

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Week Tw o

July 2-3 & July 5-6

SPA-MAZING GRADE 4-5 | 7/2 - 7/3 |

$100

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Have a spa-mazing short week at camp pampering yourself at the Oak Spring Spa, and make your own spa treatments to use at home! Overnight on Monday.

EXPRESS YOURSELF GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

WINTER WONDERLAND GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 |

7/5 - 7/6 | $100 Let’s spend two days cooling off before we start our

sunny summer! Have some frosty fun, enjoy chilly treats, and decorate your way through these two cool days at camp! On Thursday, we'll have a full day of camp then a Night Light! Stay late, eat dinner at camp, then head home. Join us again on Friday for a day full of fun!

| 7/2 - 7/3 | $100

Be a leader, be an innovator, be unique, be YOU! Express yourself by embracing what it means to be a G.I.R.L. to you. Overnight on Monday.

WHO DUNNIT? GRADE 4-5 |

OVERNIGHT alert! We’re offering something special this week - it’s a double overnight option for Juniors & Cadettes.

7/5 - 7/6 | $100

A crime has been committed at camp! Are you up for the task of solving the mystery? Girls will lead the investigation by searching for clues, unraveling riddles, interviewing suspects, and anything else it takes to crack the case! Overnight on Thursday.

SPA-RAGEOUS | 7/5 - 7/6 | $100 Come be a G.I.R.L. for the ultimate girl’s night where

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

Drop off regular time on the first day, stay overnight, then get picked up at the end of the second day. Campers can come for just the first half of the week (Week 2A), just the second half of the week (Week 2B), or both.

we’ll paint our nails and do facials! We’ll pamper ourselves while building our friendships and selfconfidence. Overnight on Thursday.


Week Three July 9-13

HELLO EARTHLINGS!

JUNIORS ARE TO "DYE" FOR

GRADE 1

| $285 The stars are aligning for you! Come be innovative and

GRADE 4-5 |

create some down to earth activities. It will be a week of fizzy science experiments and turning the Daisy Den into a science lab.

art you can wear and show off! Experiment with different ways of tie-dying and enjoy a great week at camp! Overnight on Thursday.

$285

Let’s relax this week at camp while we pamper ourselves. Be an innovator as we make our own candles and homemade lip gloss. What kind of fun will we create during this stress-fee week at camp?! Night Light on Thursday.

EXTREME CAMPING GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

X-TREME! What does the word extreme mean to you? Hiking along the canal? Building a fire on water? Being a risk-taker and trying new things? Come test your outdoor camping skills while pitching a tent to sleep under the stars and make some delicious campfire treats along the way. Overnight on Thursday.

MESSY MASTERPIECE GRADES 2-3 |

$285 This is the week to wear clothing that can be covered

CRAFT ME CRAZY

in paint! Be a risk-taker & think outside the box while creating masterpieces. You'll be inspired by mud, glue, paint, food & straws for a different piece of art each day. Night Light on Thursday.

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

OAK SPRING SURVIVOR GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Can these Girl Scouts survive a night in the woods? Girls will take risks as they learn outdoor and camping survival skills, such as starting fires, outdoor cooking, and how to stay safe at camp. Work on growing your courage & confidence so you can face any challenge! Overnight on Thursday.

| $285

Let's go crazy and make some fun and exciting crafts, using everyday materials and "out of the box" items. It's time to let your hair down and go crazy. Maybe even color that hair up! Overnight on Thursday.

GIDDY UP, G.I.R.L. GRADE 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 | $450

Four days of equestrian activities at a local stable include horse care, grooming, riding, safety and service. Afternoon camp activities include swimming, archery, boating, zip line, crafts and rock wall. Junior Girl Scouts will earn the Horseback Riding badge.

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RELAXATION STATION GRADES 2-3 |

$285 Color your world in vibrant hues while creating

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Week Four

July 16-20

WHAT'S COOKIN? GRADE 1

| $285

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Ever wanted to be a chef? Now is your chance! Come be a leader while cooking some delicious campfire treats.

DESIGN WITH NATURE GRADE 4-5 |

$285 Be a leader and go-getter this week as you have

fun at camp. Let nature be your inspiration as you explore, create and design different kinds of art. By the end of the week, you'll have earned the Outdoor Art Explorer Badge.

SUPERGIRLSCOUT GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Top Secret Mission: We are looking for girls who have the power to help others. Girls who are always willing to put others needs first, who are courageous and strong. If you believe you fulfill these attributes, join us for a week of super hero training. You will partake in activities that will aid others as well as create your own super hero persona.

DIP, DIP, SWING | $285 Learn your canoe strokes, how to portage a canoe,

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

then take a day trip down the Canal. Be a leader for younger girls and teach them how to canoe, too!

BE A DIY G.I.R.L. A WEEK AT THE BEACH GRADES 2-3 |

$285 Like the water? Prepare to get wet and have some fun

in the sun! We'll have a full week of splashing water games & catching waves. How many innovative ways can we come up with to stay wet?

"WATER" WE UP TO? GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Be prepared to get wacky and wet! We’ll be swimming, boating, and playing lots of water games all week! Without a doubt, we will splash our way through the week at Oak Spring!

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Let the creative side run wild this week at camp. We will first create, make, and repeat. This program is for G.I.R.L.s only: you’ll get to choose what time the program activities are planned for the entire week. It’s DIY fun!

DISCOVER YOUR INNER G.I.R.L. GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 | $285 G.I.R.L.s have the power to do anything! Join fellow older Girl Scouts & try new things. Find your own specialties & what your strengths are. Spend time this week moving those “not so strongs” up a notch to be the best you that you can be!


Week Five July 23-27

GRADE 1

| $285

SPA-TOPIA GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Lions, and tigers, and Daisies - oh my! Come camp

the Daisy way! Let’s learn fire safety, build edible fires, go for a hike, and of course, be a G.I.R.L.! Parents are welcome to join us at camp late on Thursday for a special Daisy Night Light! Dinner is provided.

Summer is here and you deserve a week of luxury after working so hard all school year. Cruise into Spatopia & enjoy an entire week of being pampered. Do your nails, practice yoga, eat healthy snacks and more. Overnight on Thursday.

TREATS 'ROUND THE WORLD

BAKING ME CRAZY

GRADES 2-3 |

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

$285

| $285 Experiment with the different ways of baking

This week at camp we’ll take a delicious trip ‘round the world without ever having to leave the Brownie Woods! Fairy bread from Australia, cake from Mexico, a tea party from England - so many chances to take risks and enjoy yummy snacks! Night Light on Thursday.

outdoors! We’ll use our imagination to come up with a great menu for the week! Nothing is better than five days of cooking and eating, right? Overnight on Thursday.

COLOR ME CRAZY

CAMP LIKE A G.I.R.L.

GRADES 2-3 |

$285

You'll become a masterful artist this week! You'll create colorful art from tie-dying shirts to painting with water guns, in addition to crafting a paper mache' bowl and even make some glittery slime. Night Light on Thursday.

SPORTS SPREE GRADE 4-5 |

$285

This week, sporty girls will have their time to shine as they push themselves to their fullest potential in team and individual sports! Campers will learn the value of teamwork and cooperation, and guide their teams to victory! Overnight on Thursday.

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DAISY CAMP OUT

GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Can you survive a whole week of camping? Learn how to pitch a tent, explore our wonderful 100+ acres of land filled with animals, trees & so much more. We’ll tie-dye with Mother Nature and take some outdoor risks while we find out if camping in the great outdoors is as "IN TENTS" as we think it is! Overnight on Thursday.

GIDDY UP, G.I.R.L. GRADE 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 | $450

Four days of equestrian activities at a local stable include horse care, grooming, riding, safety and service. Afternoon camp activities include swimming, archery, boating, zip line, crafts and rock wall. Junior Girl Scouts will earn the Horseback Riding badge.

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Week Six

July 30-August 3

FAIRYTALE WONDERS GRADE 1

| $285

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Fairytales and fantasies is what this week is all about! Let’s be princesses (or jesters) and find the royal crown. Let your imagination soar!

SCIENCE ALL AROUND GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Grow rock candy, create static electricity and watch raisins dance. Be an innovator as you work and design new experiments! By the end of the week, you will be a Home Scientist and earn the badge!

AQUA ADVENTURES GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Splash, squirt, and swim your way through a soaking wet week to beat the summer heat. Water balloons, water guns, relay races in the pool and more will make it impossible to stay dry.

CRAFT-TASTIC GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Have you ever been to the Craft Shack? In a world where the glue guns are always hot, the glitter is always shiny and your imagination can run wild - this week we will explore all things crafty. Who knows what we will create!

HAVING A BALL GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Time for some G.I.R.L. power! Campers will have a ball as they participate in team and individual sports with their friends this week. They will learn how to lead and be a team player, as well as being safe while playing their favorite sports.

ARTFUL ANTICS GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Create an artful masterpiece each day this week. You'll explore paint, paper, tape and crayons - the possibilities are endless to express yourself!

SPORTS EXTRAVAGANZA GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

This week at camp you’ll get a chance to put your foot on base, your hands on arrows & your legs on a climbing wall. Take a risk and stay SAFE while you make your GOAAAALLLLLL!

F u n Fa c t ! Oak Spring Day Camp was originally purchased for $1.00, but the adventures remain priceless!


Week Seven August 6-10

GRADE 1

| $285

Find art all around while listening to the sounds of

nature. Have fun, be a go-getter, and earn the Outdoor Art Maker badge!

ADVENTURE G.I.R.L. $285 Let's go on an adventure this week. Be a risk-taker and

HUMAN BOARD GAME EXPERIENCE GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Welcome to the human board game experience where YOU are the pieces. Relive and innovate all your favorite childhood games by creating versions for the whole group to play. Come enjoy friendly competition and loads of teamwork! Overnight on Thursday.

GRADES 2-3 |

try something new in the outdoors! We will play games with water, use compasses, and explore the blue trail with other G.I.R.L. friends! Night Light on Thursday.

HAWAIIAN HULLABALOO GRADES 2-3 |

$285 Aloha go-getters! Join us this week for a Hawaiian luau

celebrating the five senses. You'll be crafting, eating and learning to limbo. Night Light on Thursday.

TREAT YOURSELF GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

HIT THE TRAIL GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

THE DRAWING BLOCK GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Learn the different techniques used when creating drawings, and have fun experimenting with nature when creating art. Girls will earn the Junior Drawing Badge this week. Overnight on Thursday.

| $285

It's time to treat yourself to a relaxing week at camp filled with super chill activities. Yoga, face masks, meditating and making snacks - this week it’s time to sit back and treat yourself after a long school year! Overnight on Thursday.

| $285

Lead! Explore! Discover! New paths are in store for you this week, and you get to take the lead! How many trails does Camp Oak Spring have? After this week you’ll be a professional Oak Spring Hiker! Overnight on Thursday.

GIDDY UP, G.I.R.L. INTO THE FORBIDDEN FOREST GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Campers will experience the magic of Harry Potter as they spend the week (and one night!) adventuring through Oak Spring’s own Forbidden Forest! Our young witches and wizards will receive their own wands, make potions, and work as a team to get out of the forest in one piece! Overnight on Thursday.

GRADE 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 | $450

Four days of equestrian activities at a local stable include horse care, grooming, riding, safety and service. Afternoon camp activities include swimming, archery, boating, zip line, crafts and rock wall. Junior Girl Scouts will earn the Horseback Riding badge.

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BE A DAISY DOODLE

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Week Eight

August 13-17

SPLISH SPLASH GRADE 1

| $285

Let’s splash into the last week of camp! We’ll splish

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splash and relive what we did all summer. Come join in Daisy water aerobics, play water balloon tag, and have lots of fun under the sun!

THINK SCIENCE GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Don’t overreact! Travel through camp with your "Nerd Herd" while you conduct experiments all week. Learn what makes your experiments work. We can even make art using science and have a science-tastic time all week long!

FIZZ, POP, ZOOM! GRADES 2-3 |

$285

Let's be innovators, exploring ideas of what science is by experimenting & taking risks! Will we be able to make things fizz, go POP and zoom through camp? Join us for this science-rific week to find out if we have what it takes to make science come to life!

NATURE'S PALLET GRADES 2-3 |

PICTURE THIS! GRADE 4-5 |

$285

Let’s earn the Junior Digital Photography badge. We will take photos, edit them, and learn more about photography this week. We have digital cameras at camp, but feel free to bring your own - a point and shoot, mirrorless or DSLR camera works just fine. GSCSNJ will not be held accountable for lost or stolen items. Please make sure everything is labeled!

$285

Art can be found everywhere. This week we will come up with innovative crafts inspired by nature. We will also learn about Leave No Trace and complete the Outdoor Art Creator badge.

D i d yo u kn o w ? The first published recipe for s'mores was recorded in 1927 and credited to Girl Scouts!

CAMP REWIND GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Not ready for the summer to end? Click that rewind button and come help lead all your favorite summer camp activities while making new friends and having the time of your life. The end of summer is sad, but it doesn’t have to be! The choice is up to you!

POTTER POWER GRADES 6-8 GRADE 9

| $285

Calling all young witches and wizards! Girls will have a chance to lead their own magical experience this week. Be sorted into houses and compete in team challenges to see which house will win the House Cup!


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TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS

There are many ways to get to camp! No matter which option you choose, you'll receive more information in your camper's Confirmation Packet.

before & After care Drop off & Pick Up

Before & After Care includes activities, supervision, and an afternoon snack. $115 per camper per week. Before Care is offered from 7:30 - 8:30 AM. After Care is offered from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.

Use your own transportation to drop her off in the morning and she'll be in good hands until the end of the day. There is no charge for drop off and pick up.

Bus Information

Drop off is 8:30 - 8:45 AM. Pick up is 4:15 - 4:30 PM.

All times are subject to change based off registration. We request that parents arrive at the bus stop 10-15 minutes prior to the designated stop time. Buses all arrive at camp between 8:45-8:55 AM (traffic depending) and leave camp between 4:00-4:10 PM. Regardless of your bus stop, the price is $115 per camper per week.

BUS #

BUS STOP

PICK- UP

DROP-OFF

Bus 1-1

Nottingham High School, Hamilton Township

7:45 AM

5:15 PM

Bus 1-2

Hopewell Crossing Shopping Center, Pennington

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

Bus 1-3

ShopRite, 1325 US-206, Skillman

8:30 AM

4:30 PM

Bus 2-1

Town Center Shopping Center, East Windsor

7:45 AM

5:15 PM

Bus 2-2

West Windsor-Plainsboro - High School South

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

Bus 2-3

Target, 4196 US-1, Monmouth Junction

8:20 AM

4:40 PM

Bus 3-1

Brunswick Square by Starplex, East Brunswick

8:05 AM

4:55 PM

Bus 3-2

108 Church Ln, East Brunswick

8:20 AM

4:40 PM

Bus 3-3

Bowlero North Brunswick

8:30 AM

4:30 PM

Bus 4-1

First Presbyterian Church of Woodbridge

7:50 AM

5:10 PM

Bus 4-2

Edgar Middle School, Metuchen

8:05 AM

4:55 PM

Bus 4-3

The Home Depot, South Plainfield

8:20 AM

4:40 PM

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LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT CAMP

WHAT'S A CAMP AIDE?

OAK SPRING JUNIOR CAMP AIDE IN TRAINING GRADES 9-10 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 1 A Camp Aide (CA) is any girl who has successfully completed the Camp Aide Training program. CA’s help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.L.s they can be. Camp Aides get a chance to practice their skills in working with younger children. Added Bonus: transportation for CA’s is free.

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

80% o f girls surveyed said that camping was their most memorable experience. More Than S'mores Study, GSRI, 2014

6/25 - 6/29

$ 65

This is a special one week course for any of our CATs from 2017 who need an extra week before becoming a Camp Aide.

OAK SPRING CAMP AIDE WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 1

6/25 - 6/29

$ 65

WEEK 2A*

7/2 - 7/3

$ 35

WEEK 2B*

7/5 - 7/6

$ 35

WEEK 3

7/9 - 7/13

$ 65

WEEK 4

7/16 - 7/20

$ 65

WEEK 5

7/23 - 7/27

$ 65

WEEK 6

7/30 - 8/3

$ 65

WEEK 7

8/6 - 8/10

$ 65

WEEK 8

8/13 - 8/17

$ 65

»» *INCLUDES AN OVERNIGHT


Girl Scouts are more likely than non-Girl Scouts to:

• • • • •

Have a strong sense of self (80% vs. 68%) Have positive values (75% vs. 59%). Seek challenges and learn from setbacks (62% vs. 42%) Develop and maintain healthy relationships (60% vs. 43%) Exhibit community problem-solving skills (57% vs. 28%) - THE GIRL SCOUT IMPACT STUDY, GSRI, 2017

INAWENDIWIN CAMP AIDE CAMP AIDE IN TRAINING (CAT)

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 1*

7/5 - 7/6

$ 35

WEEK 2

7/9 - 7/13

$ 65

WEEK 3

7/16 - 7/20

$ 65

WEEK 4*

7/23 - 7/27

$ 65

WEEK 5

7/30 - 8/3

$ 65

»» *INCLUDES AN OVERNIGHT

SACAJAWEA CAMP AIDE WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 1

7/5 - 7/6

$ 35

WEEK 2

7/8 - 7/13

$ 125

WEEK 3

7/15 - 7/20

$ 125

WEEK 4

7/22 - 7/27

$ 125

WEEK 5

7/29 - 8/3

$ 125

WEEK 6

8/5 - 8/10

$ 125

Eligible to girls who have successfully completed the Sacajawea Resident CAT program. »» THURSDAY 9 AM - FRIDAY 4 PM (WEEK 1) »» SUNDAY 3 PM - FRIDAY 4 PM (WEEKS 2 - 6)

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK SPECIFICS

SACAJAWEA

7/8 - 7/13 & 7/15 - 7/20

$ 570

INAWENDIWIN

7/9 - 7/13 & 7/16 - 7/20

$ 475

OAK SPRING

7/23 - 7/27 & 7/30 - 8/3

$ 450

Are you interested in working with younger campers? This program is designed to teach girls what it means to be a G.I.R.L. (go-getter, innovator, risk-taker, leader) and what it takes to be a Camp Aide. Learn the basics and practice with our campers, leading activities and songs. Girls who successfully complete the training are eligible to apply as a Camp Aide. Week 1 concentrates on outdoor skill building and group leadership. Week 2 consists of hands on experience & time to practice and evaluate skills learned in the first week. Full program participation and competency in outdoor skills is required to pass. Participation does not guarantee a Camp Aide position.

»» 2 WEEK PROGRAM

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CAMP LIFE IS THE

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BEST LIFE! S'MORES AND TOURS

come to an open house... Bring your family from 1 - 4 PM to see how we make go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders of our campers. We’ll take a tour of camp, meet the staff, and have a s’more. The Camp Director will be there to answer any questions about why camp life is the best life. Girl Scout camp isn’t just for Girl Scouts, so feel free to bring a friend. This is an event for the whole family. Pre-registration is not required, but is suggested.

CAMP Oak Spring Inawendiwin Sacajawea

DATE April 22 April 15 April 29

...or take a walking tour Looking for a chance to really see the ins & outs of camp? Register for this adult-only event at one of our three summer camps today. Hosted by the Camp Director, this tour will provide parents the chance to see the camp from a camper’s perspective. Pre-registration is required for these free tours in order to make each experience as personal as possible. Each tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and will run every hour.

CAMP

DATE

TIME

Oak Spring Inawendiwin Sacajawea

April 8 April 22 April 14

12 - 5 PM 12 - 5 PM 9 - 5 PM

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CAMP INAWENDIWIN DAY CAMP IN TABERNACLE, NJ

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Meet The Director My name is Christina, but my campers know me as “Turtle". This will be my 4th summer as Director at Camp Inawendiwin. My outgoing, energetic, creative personality shines through every day at camp; you'll often catch me singing a camp song or humming a country tune. To me, camp is all about FRIENDSHIP and creating an environment where girls are empowered to be themselves, motivate each other, and do amazing things. I can’t wait to see all my old friends and make new ones this summer. Visit me at Open House on April 15.

Camp Information Camp Inawendiwin is a sprawling 475-acre camp located in the Pine Barrens of Burlington County. Inawendiwin has many adventure trails that wrap around our Lower Lake and Friendship Creek. Adventures include hiking, archery, zipline, rockwall, a dip in the pool and, of course, canoeing on our lake.

Bus Transportation

Before & After Care New for this summer: Camp Inawendiwin will offer Before & After Care at no additional cost. Drop off your camper for pre-camp supervision as early as 7:30 AM. We’ll jump start our camp day in the Adventure House while we wait for the rest of our friends to get to camp. After Care starts as soon as camp ends; campers must be picked up no later than 6:00 PM.

Transportation to Camp Inawendiwin from Cherry Hill and Medford are provided this year at no additional cost! Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the designated time below. BUS #

BUS STOP

PICK- UP DROP-OFF

Bus 5-1

Cherry Hill Service Center

8:10 AM

4:50 PM

Bus 5-2

Medford Plaza Shops

8:30 AM

4:30 PM


LIGHT UP THE NIGHT

CHALLENGE YOUR TASTEBUDS

GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8

GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8

WEEK SPECIFICS

7/5 - 7/6

$100

Spend two packed days and one “LIT” night with fellow campers. Illuminate the trails and “sparkler” your way through the woods! »» GRADES 1-3: NIGHT LIGHTS ON THURS. »» GRADES 4-8: OVERNIGHT ON THURS.

ALL ABOARD THE HOGWARTS EXPRESS WEEK SPECIFICS

7/9 - 7/13

7/23 - 7/27

$325

Spice up your summer and create favorite camp recipes. Challenge yourself in our blind tastetest. Add your own dash of awesomeness to our all-camp dinner Thursday night! »» GRADES 1-3: NIGHT LIGHTS ON THURSDAY »» GRADES 4-8: OVERNIGHT ON THURSDAY

GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 WEEK 2

WEEK 4

$325

INTO THE PINES GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 5

7/30 - 8/3

$325

Ponder potions, whittle a wand, & race to capture the golden snitch. Transform Inawendiwin into Hogwarts as you make your way through Platform 93/4 into your own wizarding world of outdoor adventure.

Hike one of our nature trails and meet our local forest friends. Find out what makes the Pine Barrens unique.

TURTLE’S TIE-DYE TSUNAMI

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8

HORSIN' AROUND

GRADE 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 3

7/16 - 7/20

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 5 $325

This will be our most colorful week of camp from tie-dye cupcakes to an all camp tie-dye war! Come paint with all the colors of the rainbow and brighten up your summer!

7/30 - 8/3

$475

Tack up on your equestrian skills at the local horse farm. Spend the morning learning horse care, grooming, riding, and safety & service of the magnificent animals. Girl Scout Juniors will earn the Horseback Riding badge.

INAWENDIWIN HEADS TO SACAJAWEA! WANDERING WOLFPACK

WEEK OF AUGUST 5

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 | $495

Are you ready to take your camping experience to the next level? Travel with our “Wolf Pack” for a week of resident camp. Take the bus from Inawendiwin on Sunday to Sacajawea and spend the week exploring all resident camp has to offer! After howling your way through a week at resident camp, you’ll head back to Inawendiwin and be ready to take on anything!

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WEEK 1

WEEK SPECIFICS

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CAMP SACAJAWEA RESIDENT & DAY CAMP IN NEWFIELD, NJ Called "Sacy" for short, our 186-acre property is nestled in the Pine Barrens of Gloucester County. Sacajawea is our Resident Camp specializing in overnight experiences. This year we are offering five and a half weeks of Resident Camp and two weeks of Day Camp. Come visit us at our Open House on April 29.


Who's That Director?! My name is Caitlyn, better known at Camp as "Arwen", and I am the Camp Director at Sacajawea. I have been spending my summers with my Sacy family for 18 years and have been a Girl Scout since 1995; I've also earned my Silver and Gold Awards. Over the years, I have had a blast taking risks, and learning how to take the lead. Sacy is the perfect place to express yourself, make new friends, and connect with nature. At camp, I have learned to appreciate the little things and the outdoors! I can’t wait to see all my old friends and make some new friends again this summer for all kinds of adventures! See you at Sacy!

What is Resident Camp?

Imagine a week-long getaway with your new best friends: 6 nights and 5 days of hiking, swimming, shooting arrows, and discovering new interests. Camp Sacajawea offers just that. The fun doesn't stop there - campers participate in "Girls Choice", an opporunity to pick their own daily adventure while building themselves into gogetters, innovators, risk takers and leaders. After hiking the Whisper Trail and connecting with fellow campers at Thursday campfire, our G.I.R.L.s come home with stories to share, a feeling of independence, and a love for the outdoors.

Bus Transportation Sacajawea Day Camp offers optional bus transportation with centralized stops made in an effort to shorten the bus ride. Routes may have to be adjusted based on registration. Actual pick up and drop off times will be sent the Thursday before your camper starts. The price for day camp transportation is $115 per girl per week.

BUS #

BUS STOP

PICK- UP

DROP-OFF

Bus 6-1

ShopRite, White Horse Pike, Absecon

7:45 AM

6:00 PM

Bus 6-2

Boscov’s, Rte. 322, Egg Harbor Twp.

8:00 AM

5:45 PM

Bus 6-3

Regal Cinema, Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing 8:15 AM

5:30 PM

Bus 7-1

Amish Market, Rt. 322 Mullica Hill

8:00 AM

5:45 PM

Bus 7-2

K-Mart, Bridgeton Pike, Mantua Twp.

8:15 AM

5:30 PM

Bus 7-3

Fosters, Rt. 47 and New Road, Glassboro

8:30 AM

5:15 PM

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Resident camp is a sleepaway experience for girls grades 4-12 run by our experienced camp staff. This is a great opportunity for girls to spend time away from their families in an outdoor setting. Resident camp runs from Sunday at 4 PM - Friday at 4 PM.

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JUMP INTO THE JUNGLE

HORSIN' AROUND 2

GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

GRADE 5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 1

7/5 - 7/6

WEEK 3

$ 100

Adventure through the "Amazon"! Swing down the zip line, stomp the swamp, and swim like a fish in the pool. Try all the fun of traditional camp in this jam-packed fun-sized adventure! »» THURSDAY AT 9 AM - FRIDAY AT 4 PM

Enjoy 4 days of equestrian activities for beginner riders at a local stable. Activities include grooming, riding, safety and service. Helmets are provided. Explore classic camp in the afternoons

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

GRADE 5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK SPECIFICS

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7/8 - 7/13

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 3 $ 685

Enjoy 4 days of equestrian activities for beginner riders at a local stable. Activities include grooming, riding, safety and service. Helmets are provided. Explore classic camp in the afternoons.

EXPERIMENT AND EXPLORE

$ 495

Enjoy a week of water fun! From wacky water races to a camp-wide water gun showdown, this week will keep you cool as you try all the watery wonders of camp.

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

WEEK SPECIFICS

7/8 - 7/13

7/15 - 7/20

LET'S GET CRAFTY

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK 2

$ 685

SPLASH BASH

HORSIN' AROUND 1

WEEK 2

7/15 - 7/20

WEEK SPECIFICS

$ 495

WEEK 4

Grab your goggles and get ready to experiment and explore. Discover the macroinvertebrates that live at camp, and search for the plants and animals that make our ecosystem so unique. Take a night hike to search for animals that come out in the evening.

7/22 - 7/27

$ 495

Color your week with crafting fun! Glue guns, glitter, fun foam, puffy paint and more! Try your hand at everything from sewing to basic pottery to making art with what you find in nature!

HORSIN' AROUND 3 (LEVEL 2) EXPERIMENT & EXPLORE GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

DAY

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 2

7/9 - 7/13

$ 285

This program is the day camp option for the "Experiment & Explore". See full description above.

»» MONDAY- FRIDAY 9 AM - 5 PM »» OPTIONAL THURSDAY OVERNIGHT

GRADE 5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 4

7/22 - 7/27

$ 685

Enjoy 4 days of equestrian activities for intermediate riders at a local stable. Activities include grooming, intermediate riding, safety and service. Helmets are provided. Explore classic camp in the afternoons. Riders must have previous riding experience.


CAMPERS IN THE KITCHEN

CAMP SACY SURVIVOR TRIP

GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

WEEK 5

7/29 - 8/3

$ 495

Test your skills and learn some new ones with our kitchen experts! Try recipes on the stove, in the oven and over the campfire. Taste everything from breakfast to dessert!

THE TRIBE SURVIVES? GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 6

8/5 - 8/10

$ 660

Test your outdoor skills this week at Resident Camp and beyond. Swimming, zip line and archery challenges will put your mind and body to the test. Can you survive the ultimate challenge? Whitewater rafting with a 2-night overnight away from camp at Whitewater Challengers in PA. Campers are required to pass the swim test prior to leaving camp. Do you have what it takes to survive the intense daily challenges that will transform you into a true Sacy Survivor G.I.R.L.?

WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 6

8/5 - 8/10

$ 495

Can you survive the wilderness? Test your skills in first aid, wilderness survival and teamwork to earn points for your tribe throughout the week. Discover everything camp has to offer, identify plants and build a shelter with what you can find around camp.

DAY

THE TRIBE SURVIVES? GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 WEEK SPECIFICS

WEEK 6

8/6 - 8/10

$ 285

This program is the day camp option for "The Tribe Survives?". See full description to the left.

»» MONDAY - FRIDAY 9 AM - 5 PM »» OPTIONAL THURSDAY OVERNIGHT

What is Girls Choice? Girl’s Choice is an opportunity for Sacy campers to add your own twist on the program week you picked. In between your program's pre-planned adventures, you'll get the chance to build the perfect day from a variety of additional activities. From yoga, to escape rooms to science experiments - your perfect day is at your fingertips.

it's about you! You choose your adventure.

CAMP SACAJAWEA • REGISTER ONLINE

WEEK SPECIFICS

The possibilities are endless!

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Hey Parents.. . CampDoc CampDoc is an online health records management system that helps us consolidate camper health information into a centralized location. This system gives our medical staff access to camper health information, a key component in providing care. Guardians may access CampDoc.com 24/7 to make changes or updates to your camper’s health records. The site is secure, encrypted and password protected. •

Be sure to provide your primary email address with your camper’s registration to ensure direct access to the health management system.

You will receive a “Welcome E-mail” directly from CampDoc.com with account setup instructions to complete your camper’s health history and information.

Please include ALL medical conditions or special circumstances for your camper so we can best prepare for her arrival.

Upload any required documents to your CampDoc.com account. If you have trouble, call Customer Care at (856) 795-1560.

Girls attending resident camp must obtain a physician’s signature on the resident camp health form, downloadable from CampDoc or our website, www.gscsnj.org.

Camper Tips •

On your camper’s first day, please provide her with a name tag that states her first name & last initial, what her mode of transportation is (bus stop number if applicable), and her camp program.

From backpacks to water bottles, make sure that everything is labeled with your camper’s name. If something ends up in lost and found, we will know it’s hers.

If your camper has any medication, make sure to send them in the original bottles with clear instructions for our Health Supervisors. Don’t forget to label them.

Send your camper with a complete change of clothes and a rain poncho. Camp doesn’t stop for the rain. Closed-toes shoes and socks are a must at camp.

Have your camper wear a swimsuit to camp. This way she can cool off as soon as pool time starts.

No need to pack a snack. Our camps provide snacks for the campers during the day.

Leave those electronic devices at home. Our camps offer exciting opportunities to get girls outdoors and help them unplug.

Please do not send your camper if she is sick or doesn’t feel well - it’s better to have her stay home for a day so she feels better and can return soon.


CampDoc, Tips, and Extras

Picture Day All programs at our camps receive a group photo taken by a professional photographer on either Tuesday or Wednesday of each camp week. Pictures and patches are given out on Fridays and are the perfect way to remember friends and fun!

Camp Shirt All campers receive a camp t-shirt. Each summer there is a new design featuring all 3 summer camps, represented by their animal mascots. Campers attending multiple weeks should wear their t-shirt every camp photo day!

Cookout Day Camp cookouts occur once a week. You will receive more information about which day your camper will be cooking out earlier in the week. Campers can still bring their own lunch as a substitute. Menu choices take into account special diets, so there is something for everyone. Please make sure you include special dietary needs and restrictions on your camper’s health record in CampDoc.

Trading Post The Trading Post is our Girl Scout shop at camp. Girls can shop for a variety of plush animals, t-shirts, jewelry, fashion accessories, camping supplies, and more. Oak Spring & Inawendiwin Trading Posts are open several times a week. You will be notified when to send your camper with money (if you choose). Sacajawea’s Trading Post will be open during resident camper drop-off and pick-up.

72 % o f girls surveyed said that Girl Scouts gave them the chance to build their skills or try new outdoor activities. More Than S'mores Study, GSRI, 2014

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frequently asked Q's HOW CAN I REGISTER MY GIRL FOR CAMP? For new campers, call Customer Care at (856) 795-1560. For returning campers, visit gscsnj.org/campforgirls. More detailed information can be found on pg. 29.

ARE THERE ANY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE? Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ offers Council Cares, our financial assistance program, to members. You can find more information at gscsnj.org/campforgirls. Also, check out our summer camp specials on page 28.

IS A DEPOSIT REQUIRED FOR CAMP? Yes, a $50 deposit per week will register your camper into a program and reserve her space.

DO I REGISTER MY CAMPER FOR THE GRADE SHE JUST COMPLETED OR THE GRADE SHE IS ENTERING? Register your camper for the grade she is entering in Fall 2018.

IS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE? WHAT ABOUT BEFORE & AFTER CARE? Yes, transportation is available at all three camps. Before & After Care are available at Oak Spring and Inawendiwin.

CAN CAMP ACCOMMODATE MY GIRL’S DIETARY NEEDS? Yes. Make sure to note special dietary needs in your camper's CampDoc profile.


WHAT IF I NEED TO PICK UP MY CAMPER EARLY, OR DROP HER OFF LATE? Contact the camp office prior and be sure to check in with the office staff to make the proper arrangements.

HOW DO YOU HANDLE RAINY DAYS AT CAMP? We don’t let rain slow us down at camp! Schedules will be revised as needed to reflect weather conditions.

WHAT ELECTRONIC DEVICES ARE PERMITTED AT CAMP? No electronic devices are permitted at camp. We encourage girls to “disconnect to connect.” GSCSNJ, its camps and staff are not liable for loss, theft or damage of any electronic device.

IS RESIDENT CAMP RIGHT FOR MY CAMPER? Resident camp is an excellent opportunity to learn leadership, independence and responsibility. All campers stay in platform tents, with bathrooms centrally located and electricity in the pavilion for nighttime activities.

WHAT IF MY CAMPER IS HOMESICK? CAN SHE COME HOME? Include your girl in the decision-making process. Do not promise her she can come home early, homesickness is normal. The camp staff will work with your camper, but if homesickness persists, we will call to inform you and work to develop a plan of action.

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Summer Camp Specials!

This year, we are making it easier for your camper to get to camp!

GIVE THE GIFT OF SUMMER CAMP Give the gift of summer camp for a holiday or birthday present to your favorite girl! Give us a call, place your order, and you'll receive a camp week voucher to give as a gift. The gift recipient will call Customer Care with the voucher number, pick their camp and week, and everything is already paid! Adventure on!

SIBLING DISCOUNT When parents or guardians purchase a week of camp for the first camper, the second camper for the same week will receive a $25 credit! The parent or guardian is responsible for calling Customer Care once the spot is reserved in order to receive the credit. This promotion applies for each additional sibling.

FREE OVERNIGHT SPECIAL Purchase all of the weeks at one camp (7 weeks at Oak Spring, 4 at Inawendiwin, 5 at Sacajawea), and you will be eligible for one free overnight during the first week of July. Once you reserve all of the weeks at the camp of your choice, call Customer Care to claim your free overnight.

REGISTRATION DRAWING We will be holding a drawing for any girls that register between January 2nd to March 15th to win a free Awesome Outdoor Experience with the Camp Director of your camp! 10 girls from each camp will win the customized experience.

REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 2


READY, SET, SUMMER!

Camp Registration is now online! Starting JANUARY 2, you can reserve your spot for summer fun online. No paper forms to fill out, no checks to write, and no waiting to find out if your girl got into her first choice sessions! GSCSNJ makes it easy to plan your summer adventures through the CAMP section on our website. Here’s how: 1. Visit us online at www.gscsnj.org/campforgirls 2. Select Summer Camp down the left side of the screen. 3. Click "Register for Summer Camp." 4. Surf eBiz and pick her summer adventure. 5. Make a $50 deposit per week to hold your camper's spot.

Not a Girl Scout? No problem! Call Customer Care at (856) 796-1560 to get set up and pick your weeks!

When is Payment due? Payment for transportation / before & after care is due in full at time of registration. Remaining payment balance is due by April 30, 2018.

Need help? Call (856) 795-1560 or email customercare@gscsnj.org for assistance. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Parent/Guardian must have a MyGS account in order to register for camp or council activities. *

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE

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THE GIRL SCOUT WAY

Who We Are Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey is the premier leadership organization for girls, serving over 18,000 girls in 9 counties. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts shape leaders for tomorrow by empowering girls to take on bold challenges, discover their passions and strengths, act with character, and engage fully in fun, relevant experiences that encourage friendships and build life-long skills. We believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world.

Girl Scout Promise

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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.


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Check out these awesome programs! PAUL BUNYAN WEEKEND GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

APRIL 27 - 29 | SACAJAWEA| $25 Come join other troops from NJ for a weekend filled with fun and games run by the attending troops. Become Mr. or Ms. Paul Bunyan 2018 in a unique "talent" competition, show off your outdoor cooking skills in the cooking competition, or watch your leaders compete in an outdoor baking competition. Games, competitions and activities all weekend long! After all the fun and games, dance the night away on Saturday night at the dance.

ME & MY GAL

SPRING INTO SUMMER

GRADES K- 1 GRADES 2-3 GRADE 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

GRADES 2-3 GRADE 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

MAY 11-12 | INAWENDIWIN & OAK SPRING | $40 Celebrate Mother's Day weekend in style at Camp! Spend Friday night camping out with your gal. We provide the food & the workshops on Saturday. What a way to celebrate your day, gals!

MAY 18-20 SACAJAWEA | JUNE 1-3 KETTLE RUN | $40 Join us with your troop for an action-packed weekend of activities that will introduce a variety of camping skills! Try out our tents and enjoy sleeping in the woods. Activity sessions will include: Boating, Archery, Rockwall, Zip Line, Outdoor Cooking, Crafts, And More!

WACKY JUNIOR WEEKEND GRADES 4-5

SEPTEMBER 14 - 16 | OAK SPRING & SACAJAWEA | $40 Join us for a wacky camping weekend for Junior Girl Scout troops! You-Do-it camping skills mixed up with a whole lot of fun! Archery, boating, fire building and cooking, critters and hiking workshops will have you all over camp on Saturday. On Saturday night, gather around our campfire and share your favorite song!

SUPER SENIOR SLEEPOVER GRADES 9-10

SEPTEMBER 28 - 30 | OAK SPRING | $40 It's your turn for a sleepover, Seniors! This troop based camping experience provides the chance for you to meet other Senior troops in the great outdoors. Programs are planned all day Saturday that will keep you busy & moving around camp. You provide the food- we provide the fun!

FUNAWENDIWIN GRADE 4-5

NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 2 | INAWENDIWIN | $40 Join us for this Junior Girl Scout troop camping event and learn camping basics with your sister Girl Scouts! You provide the food, we provide the fun! Activities include fire building, knife safety, knot tying, shelter building, crafts and more. Enjoy an all camp s'more roast and sing along over a blazing camp fire.

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2018 Summer Camp Brochure  

Browse the 2018 Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ Summer Camp Brochure. Register for summer camp at www.campforgirls.org!

2018 Summer Camp Brochure  

Browse the 2018 Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ Summer Camp Brochure. Register for summer camp at www.campforgirls.org!