Like a Girl Scout: 2024 Edition

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Like a Girl Scout

Build skills, memories, and friendships. Travel with us! p. 10

Ready for your best summer ever? Find out how. p. 12

Were you a 2023 Girl Scout Cookie super seller? Find your name in our hall of fame! p. 42

2024 Edition

Welcome to Like a Girl Scout—the annual magazine for members of Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa (GSGI). Whether you’re a brand new Girl Scout this year, or one of our long-time members, we hope you enjoy what you find inside.

This issue of Like a Girl Scout is a bit different than previous years. Not only is it digital (for the first time!) but we’ve added more information about leadership awards, our custom patch programs, and more! We’ve also streamlined the summer camp selection and registration process on our new events website (thehub.girlscouts.org) where you can find full camp session schedules and descriptions! This edition of Like a Girl Scout focuses on the true magic of camp! Camp means connection, wonder, friendship, adventure, and so much more!

From a record-setting Mud Run in September to our largest Cookie Kickoff ever, momentum is high! For me and my troop, we’re planning our camping schedule this summer. We also love utilizing GSGI’s camp properties for a DIY style of camp and can’t wait to sing around the campfire. Creating memories together in nature, completely disconnected from the busyness of life, has been one of the greatest blessings I’ve received in Girl Scouting!

I watched my oldest daughter graduate this past year, along with seven of her classmates, each proudly wearing their Girl Scout cords. I saw their shared smiles, their pride, and the way they showcased our mission with their confidence, each venturing off to their respective next chapters in life, but united by this incredible thread.

It hit me in “all the feels” knowing we’re playing a role in giving them the ultimate gift, creating a people-centered life.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Hi Girl Scouts!
We love seeing what your Girl Scout is doing! Keep us in the loop by tagging us on social media @gsgiowa on Facebook or @girlscoutsofgreateria on Instagram or posting a photo in the Official Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa Leader’s Group on Facebook! Be Kind, Show Love, Beth Shelton CEO, Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa
Mission Delivery Programs .......................... 2 Patch Programs............................................. 4 Program Express ........................................... 5 Highest Awards ............................................. 6 Travel the World With Girl Scouts .............. 10 Welcome to Summer Camp ......................... 12 Summer Camp Details ................................ 13 Camp Registration ....................................... 16 Gimme S’more Mud Run ............................. 17 The Camp Experience ................................. 18 Work at Camp ............................................. 25 Camp Sacajawea ......................................... 26 Camp Tanglefoot ......................................... 32 Full Camp Schedule .................................... 38 Camp Staff Yearbook ................................. 40 2023 Cookie Hall of Fame .......................... 42

READY TO BE AN EARLY BIRD?

It’s Early Bird time from April 20-May 15, 2024! Your Girl Scout troop can get a head-start for another great year by renewing your Girl Scout membership for the 2024-25 year. Girl and adult members can reserve their spot in the troop and earn special incentives through Early Bird registration. Why wait? Visit gsgibridge.org/early-bird or click the button below to learn more and renew today. Click to renew today!

Early Bird Incentives

Promo valid April 20-May 15. Renew today at gsgibridge.org/early-bird.

All Girl Scouts (even adults!) get this t-shirt if they renew by APRIL 28, 2024.

Everyone who renews by MAY 15, 2024 receives an Early Bird patch and activity kit!

Juliettes that renew by MAY 15, 2024 are entered to win one of six Woobles Owl Kits.

Girl Scout troops that renew by APRIL 28, 2024 and meet the following criteria qualify for some great drawings!

Virtual cooking class + grocery gift card

ONE troop with a 100% renewal rate will win

Expires 9/30/24

CEO troop visit

Personal visit to troop meeting or activity from Beth

SIX troops with an 80% or higher renewal rate will win

Expires 3/31/25

$10 off $50 purchase at any GSGI retail Shop x 4 visits

SIX troops with an 80% or higher renewal rate will win

Expires 9/30/24

$50 shopping spree at a GSGI retail shop

TWELVE troops* with an 80% renewal rate will win

*MUST have submitted their Troop Finance Report on time (June 2023)

Expires 9/30/24

Every single troop that renews by MAY 15, 2024 with at least 80% of their members will be invited to a virtual troop meeting with GSGI CEO Beth Shelton.

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GIRL SCOUTS FOR ALL GIRLS

While participating in a traditional Girl Scout troop experience is the heart of Girl Scouting, some girls and their families have barriers and challenges that prevent them from having access to a Girl Scout troop. That’s where Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa’s Mission Outreach programs come in! The goal of Mission Outreach is to meet girls where they are, in an effort to reduce barriers and expand access to Girl Scout programming, providing opportunities for leadership, adventure, and success. We work with youth-serving community partners in our council to bring high-quality, short-term Girl Scout experiences to girls.

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GIRL SCOUT CLUB

This short-term afterschool program is for girls in grades K-5 and takes place 1 hour each week, for 5 weeks. Club sessions are designed based off the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, providing girls an onsite and hands-on learning environment to explore the areas of STEAM, outdoors, life skills, and entrepreneurship to build courage, confidence, and character. All activities are girl-led and guided by a trained Girl Scout Club facilitator. Girls have the opportunity to learn by doing and engage in cooperative learning experiences that have them making friends, having fun, and finding adventure!

MAKE NEW FRIENDS

This 4-session program focuses on kindergarten readiness skills to help girls start school with confidence! In partnership with early childhood providers, this hands-on experience is designed to boost Pre-K girls’ social skills and courage as they make new friends while learning new skills and what it means to be a Girl Scout.

GIRL SCOUT EXPEDITIONS

GSGI partners with community organizations to provide custom K-12 programs tailored to the youth and families they serve. Program participants may be experiencing unique challenges such as language barriers, displacement, lack of transportation, or other extenuating circumstances.

We’re always looking for Mission Outreach volunteers to help girls in these programs build courage, confidence, and character. Please reach out to info@gsiowa.org if you are interested in learning more!

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DISCOVER, CONNECT, TAKE ACTION + EARN AWESOME PATCHES

Complete a patch program and learn something new! Through GSGI’s custom patch programs, Girl Scouts are able to connect to their communities on a whole new level. Check our some of our newest patch programs and gather your Girl Scouts to Discover, Connect, and Take Action.

¡VIVA! LA CULTURA LATINA PATCH PROGRAM

Immerse into the vibrant Hispanic/Latino culture and traditions. Learn about the food, music, languages, and holiday traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. From dancing your heart out to some Salsa, crafting a piñata, trying your hands at new recipes, to learning about the inspirational Latina figures, this patch program will surely be a blast for everyone!

JUNETEENTH PATCH PROGRAM

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, and Emancipation Day is a time to gather with family and community, honor the present, and reflect on shared history and tradition. Discover the history of Juneteenth by learning about traditions, celebrations, and Black freedom fighters. Connect your knowledge to celebrations and social justice movements in your community. Take Action with your newfound knowledge to show your support for freedom and racial justice.

FUEL YOUR FUTURE PATCH PROGRAM

Join Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa and Midwest Dairy to take on the Fuel Your Future Challenge! Our minds shape how we think and feel about ourselves, our hearts drive our compassion and care for others, and our bodies allow us to do amazing things. Are you up for the challenge?

SHARE YOUR MAGIC PATCH PROGRAM

Join Lottie the Axolotl, this year’s cookie mascot, to discover all the amazing things you can do. Did you know the feathery shapes on an axolotl’s head are its gills? Or that the axolotl can regenerate lost limbs? As you learn about Lottie and her friends, you’ll also discover what magical skills you possess that make you unique! Use your talents and magic to help axolotls and other creatures, and make the world a better place by just being you! Ready, set, POOF!

Find out more about these patch programs—and many others—on our website! Patches are available at GSGI Retail Shops to purchase unless indicated otherwise on the specific program.

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Get Outdoors PROGRAM EXPRESS Click to subscribe to Program Express Click to visit The Hub 5
Check out what Girl Scouts have been up to this year All aboard the Program Express! This looks so fun! How do I find out about upcoming GSGI events? Visit thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org and subscribe to our monthly newsletter The Program Express to stay up to date! Girls in Action Summit Girl Scout Day at the Speedway Rock Solid Science Roller Glow Juliettes on the Town

GIRL SCOUTS IN LEADERSHIP

There is no better place than Girl Scouts for a girl to develop her leadership skills and achieve awards! Girl Scouts connects girls with award opportunities at all levels, starting with our youngest leaders – Girl Scout Daisies in kindergarten, all the way through high school seniors – Girl Scout Ambassadors. Daisies and Brownies learn the basics of what it means to be a good neighbor and how they can be helpful to others. This gives them the foundation they will need to earn the Bronze Award as Girl Scout Juniors by teaming up with other girls to make a difference in their towns.

Cadettes earn the Silver Award by researching an issue, making a plan to address it, and then taking action to improve their communities.

Seniors and Ambassadors earn the Gold Award—the highest award in Girl Scouting—by developing and carrying out lasting solutions to issues in their neighborhoods and beyond. Gold Award Girl Scouts truly are the world changers, rock stars, role models, and real-life heroes we all look up to. Plus, they’re amazing candidates for colleges, scholarships, competitive internship programs, and exciting careers.

Trailblazer Girl Scout Troop 153 taught other Girl Scouts and Leaders about various outdoor cooking methods, the best type of fire for each cooking method, and the best type of cooking method preferable for specific methods of camping, during their service unit camp out. They created several informational booklets and donated them to their service unit so other troops can utilize them to help plan their own outdoor adventures.

DID YOU KNOW?

Only 6% of eligible Girl Scouts earn their Gold Award. Want to learn more? Contact us and we’ll help your Girl Scout get started!

Troop 1315 learned to knit hats and scarves and donated 35 to the Clive Library Harbach Center clothing closet to support new immigrants and refugees in our community. They also typed up instructions to knit hats and scarves on looms and donated the looms as kits to be checked out the the Clive Library’s Makerspace. Two kits will be at the main Clive location and two will go to the new Harbach branch where they are in the process of starting another Makerspace.

Meet Bronze Award Girl Scouts: Troops 153 and 1315 Troop 153 sharing their work at their service unit camp out Troop 1315 proudly showing their completed hats and scarves Troop 153’s finished Campfire Cooking Methods booklet
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Meet Silver Award Girl Scouts: Troop 232

Troop 232 built and painted 16 bat houses. The troop learned why bats are a crucial part of our ecosystem, and how they can use the houses for habitats. To build their bat houses, they researched designs and learned how to use power tools—working with materials that were donated or recycled from other projects. They also created an information sheet to include with the houses.

Troop 232 learned to use many new tools building bat houses

Meet Gold Award Girl Scout: Kylie Shafer

GREATER IOWA HIGHEST AWARDS BY THE NUMBERS IN 2023

3,080 hours

77 Bronze Awards Earned

2,050 hours

41 Silver Awards Earned

801 hours

8 Gold Awards Earned

Kylie supported the Redfield Community by building a sustainable park with natural play area that will encourage children and community members (from Redfield and beyond) to get out doors and experience what Redfield has to offer. Working with generously donated land, she included stumps, climbing wall, obstacle course, tee-pee, busy board, hopscotch, and small manipulatives (rocks, pinecones, tree cookies, etc.) for children to build with.

The playspace is ready to be enjoyed by the community.

Kylie believes this new addition to her community will encourage people to get outdoors and socialize. She loks forward to seeing more children playing outdoors and spending less time on electronics.

Kylie received the GSUSA Gold Award Scholarship totaling $10,000 for her work on this project. Congratulations Kylie. We’re so proud of you!

We’re so proud of Kylie and her accomplishments!

There are many other awards Girl Scout of all levels can earn. We’ve listed some on the next page but there are many more available! Find more information about awards in each Girl Scout grade level handbook and guide!

Troop 232 plans and builds bat houses
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Interested in learning more about the many different awards Girl Scouts can earn? We’ve summed them up here but you can learn more by checking out level specific handbooks and guides for your Girl Scouts or reaching out to us at info@gsiowa.org!

HIGHEST AWARDS

GIRL SCOUT BRONZE AWARD

The Bronze Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Junior (grades 4-5) can earn. Girl Scouts can work with their troop, in a small group, or as an individual to earn their Bronze Award. Girl Scouts must complete one Junior level Journey before working towards their Bronze Award.

GIRL SCOUT SILVER AWARD

The Silver Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette (grades 6-8) can earn. Girl Scouts can work in a small group or as an individual to earn their Silver Award. Girl Scouts must complete one Cadette level Journey before working towards their Silver Award.

GIRL SCOUT GOLD AWARD

The Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Senior (grades 9-10) or Ambassador (grades 11-12) can earn. A Girl Scout can work towards this award as an individual once they have completed two Senior or Ambassador level Journeys OR has earned the Silver Award and completed one Senior or Ambassador Journey.

MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARDS

BRONZE CROSS

This Lifesaving Award is given to a Girl Scout who has shown extraordinary heroism or risked their life to save another’s. Contact the council to request guidelines and an application.

MEDAL OF HONOR

This Lifesaving Award is given to a Girl Scout who has shown presence of mind and true Girl Scout spirit in an emergency. Contact the council to request guidelines and an application.

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JOURNEY SUMMIT AWARD

This award can be earned at all levels by completing three Journeys for your Girl Scout level.

AWARDS FOR ALL GIRL SCOUT LEVELS

MY PROMISE, MY FAITH

Girls of all levels can earn one award each year as they explore the connection between Girl Scouts and their faith.

SAFETY AWARD

Each Girl Scout level has its own set of requirements to learn how to stay safe at home, school, and in their community.

COOKIE ENTREPRENEUR FAMILY PIN

Girl Scouts can earn this pin each year by completing age-specific requirements to develop the five cookie program skills.

BRIDGING AWARD

Girl Scouts earn this award by completing two steps. Pass It On – to share what they’ve learned with younger Girl Scouts. And Look Ahead – to learn from older Girl Scouts about what great things will be happening in their next years of Girl Scouts.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY AWARDS

WORLD THINKING DAY AWARD

Girl Scouts can earn this award each year by completing the age-specific requirements. Each year has a different theme and activity guide.

GLOBAL ACTION AWARD

Girl Scouts can learn more about our world and how they can make a better future for everyone. Each year has a different theme and activity guide.

MENTORING AWARDS

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP RECOGNITION PIN

Girl Scouts living overseas do activities to encourage international friendship to earn this award.

JUNIOR AIDE

Girl Scout Juniors can earn this mentoring award by making and completing a plan to work with Daisies or Brownies on one of their Journey Awards.

VOLUNTEER-IN-TRAINING

Seniors and Ambassadors can earn this mentoring award by working with an adult volunteer mentor for 3-4 months, then create and implement a program for younger Girl Scouts to earn a Journey or badge.

LEADER IN ACTION

Cadettes earn the Leader in Action Award by assisting Brownies to complete a Journey.

COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING I

Seniors build skills toward becoming a camp counselor and earn this award by mentoring younger Girl Scouts in a camp setting.

CADETTE PROGRAM AIDE

Cadettes earn this mentoring award by earning one LiA Award, completing the GSGI Program Aide training, and working directly with younger girls over six activity sessions.

COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING II

Ambassadors who have earned the CIT I award focus on increasing their skills in one specific area, such as lifeguarding or the arts, and earn this award by working with younger Girl Scouts in a camp setting.

NATIONAL SERVICE AWARDS

SILVER TORCH AWARD

This award recognizes Cadettes who act as leaders in their community. Cadettes must complete one Journey award and serve for one full term in a leadership position.

GOLD & SILVER TORCH AWARD

This award recognizes Seniors who act as leaders in their community. Seniors must complete one Journey award and serve for one full term in a leadership position.

SERVICE TO GIRL SCOUTING BAR

GOLD TORCH AWARD

This award recognizes Ambassadors who act as leaders in their community. Ambassadors must complete one Journey award and serve for one full term in a leadership position.

Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Girl Scouts can earn this award by making a difference in the Girl Scout community. Girl Scouts work with the Girl Scout council to complete 20 hours of service.

COMMUNITY SERVICE BAR

Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Girl Scouts can earn this award by making a difference in their communities. Girl Scouts choose a community organization to work with, receive instructions, and complete at least 20 hours of service.

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TRAVEL THE WORLD WITH GIRL SCOUTS!

From field trips and the great outdoors to global adventures-the world is yours to conquer! Girl Scout travel is a lifelong journey that builds skills, memories, and friendships. Every Girl Scout, beginning with Daisies or Brownies, can take the first step on this journey with a group field trip followed by an overnight or weekend trip. Learn travel basics as you plan, budget, and pack. Girl Scout Juniors and above can take three- or four-night regional trips. And once you’re a Cadette and above, the world is truly your oyster! Check out some upcoming trips with GSGI!

Twin Cities – A Weekend Getaway

July 18, 2024 – July 21, 2024

Dramatic skylines, exciting pro sports, the arts, and more! Join us for a weekend getaway in the Twin Cities and explore the rich and diverse culture of Minneapolis and St. Paul. We’ll pack the extended with a little of everything – including the Mall of America!

Savannah Bound

June 2025 (Dates to be released Fall 2024)

A trip to Savannah, Georgia is a milestone adventure for Girl Scouts. Every other year, we load up a bus or two and hit the road to Savannah, Georgia, where Girl Scouts was founded in 1912! This trip is a whirlwind of history, beautiful places, and delicious southern food. From touring our Juliette Gordon Low’s birthplace to soaking in the breathtaking view on top of Tybee Island’s Lighthouse, you’re guaranteed to be swept away.

Girl Scout Adventure

Grades: 5 - 12

DSM > MSP

Girl Scout Adventure

Grades: 6 - 12

DSM > SAV

GIRL SCOUT DESTINATION

Girl Scout Destinations are national travel programs available to individual Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador girls. These trips are sponsored by Girl Scout councils across the country. Each girl applies individually, and on her trip she will have the opportunity to meet girls from across the US and travel to destinations all over the world! Get more information, download the application and check out upcoming trip listings by clicking the button!

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ULTIMATE TRAVEL ADVENTURE

CHECK OUT SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR RECENT TRIPS AND EVENTS

Pinning ceremony at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace.

Exploring geodes at our Rock Solid Science event.

LOVED our stop at Tybee Island!

Group photo from our last Savannah trip.

A pit stop for ice pops...we don’t always eat Girl Scout Cookies!

The adventure of a lifetime at the speedway!

Roller skating at the Roller Glow Party.

Ice cream break!

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IT’S SUMMER CAMP SEASON!

Girl Scout camp is the perfect haven for your camper to develop a love of nature and an interest in the natural world. They’ll learn to engage safely and responsibly in a range of outdoor activities, gain confidence in their abilities, take on new challenges, and learn from them.

Camp is for every Girl Scout. At GSGI, we are committed to creating an environment where all girls have the opportunity to participate in a movement that encourages them to overcome barriers and become leaders in their community and world. All our staff, campers, volunteers, members, and parent/guardians are expected to think, speak, and act in ways that ensure all people feel they belong and can meaningfully participate in all aspects of Girl Scouting, including camp. We’re so excited to welcome your family to camp this summer and can’t wait to share the adventure with you!

Our goal is for Girl Scouts to develop the courage to try new things, the confidence to be themselves, and the character to make the world a better place. When your Girl Scout comes home from camp, they may show this by demonstrating more independence, showing higher self-esteem, and displaying new skills learned at camp.

We’re looking forward to partnering with you this summer. We recognize that trusting us with your Girl Scout is a huge responsibility and we can’t wait to get to know them and help them grow. See you soon!

Your Camp Directors, Julia Mannes and Abbie Smith

Abbie “Rafiki” Smith Camp Director, Camp Sacajawea Julia Mannes Camp Director, Camp Tanglefoot
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SUMMER CAMP DETAILS

BECOME A MEMBER

Every camper needs to be a member of Girl Scouts. If your camper is only participating in camp and not any other Girl Scout activity, that is completely fine! They still need to be registered members to attend camp. An annual membership costs $25. Financial assistance is available.

AGREEING TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT

You are preparing your camper to be in an environment where it is expected that they will follow camp rules, be respectful to themselves, others, and property/equipment, and will use appropriate language and behaviors. You can find the full Code of Conduct online at girlscoutsiowa.org/camp.

In the scenario where your camper cannot adapt to these expectations and violates the code of conduct, you may be contacted to pick up your camper early.

COMPLETING PAPERWORK

You are committing to filling out the required paperwork and forms for the camp experience. Health forms, waivers and forms for us to learn about your camper are important for us to provide the best experience.

We use a system called CampDoc to collect this information. Emails appearing in your inbox will be from CampDoc from noreply@campdoc.com or notifications@campdoc.com. Be sure to check your junk/spam as well!

TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM CAMP

You are committing to getting your camper to camp on the specified date and time for check-in. You’re also committing to picking up your camper at the designated date and time at the end of the camp session.

In CampDoc, there will be an option for you to provide details of those who are allowed to pick up your camper on your behalf.

PROVIDING SUPPLIES

You are committing to providing (finding/purchasing) the necessary items on the packing list.

We want your camper to go to camp! Please contact us if you are facing hardship acquiring any items from the packing list.

PAYING FOR CAMP

You are committing to either paying for or requesting financial assistance to cover your camper’s session fee. The initial deposit must be paid at the time of registration. For overnight camp sessions, your camp balance must be paid in full at least 14 days before your camper arrives at camp. All day camp balances are due by May 24, 2024.

Camp Financial Assistance Requests will begin April 1 on our website for parents/guardians to request aid to pay your remaining balance.

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Did you know we have a full FAQ section about summer camp on our website? Check it out by scanning the QR code or visiting girlscoutsiowa.org/camp.

HEALTH NEEDS AT CAMP

If your Girl Scout has health needs that may require extra attention or care while at camp, please contact us at info@gsiowa.org. Both camps have health centers that are stocked with standard first aid supplies. All camp staff are trained in first aid and CPR. Camp staff with advanced medical qualifications may change year to year.

BUDDIES AT CAMP

Girl Scouts can mutually request buddies in CampDoc, our online forms system. We can’t guarantee multiple buddies will bunk next to each other, but don’t worry! If they’re signed up for the same session, they’ll be housed in the same living unit and attend activities together.

CAMP STAFF…SERIOUS FUN!

We take the hiring of our summer staff very seriously. We recruit candidates through colleges and universities, online camp staffing websites, international camp staffing agencies, through our own Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program, and via referrals from current and former staff. Our staff undergo a thorough background check and are trained in emergency procedures, supervising and caring for children, leading camp activities, certified in CPR/ First Aid, and more. Staff are required to be registered Girl Scouts.

COMMUNICATION WITH YOUR CAMPER

Camp is a cell phone-free environment for campers and staff. It is a chance to focus on what’s in front of us and be present with each other. Please don’t send your camper to camp with a cell phone or enabled smart watch or device. Camp staff are available to answer phone calls if an emergency arises and you have a need to talk with your camper.

COSTS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Sign up now! A $35 deposit saves your Girl Scout’s spot for overnight camps and a $10 deposit saves your Girl Scout’s spot for day camps. Sign up right away for the best opportunity to get into your preferred session.

How to Pay

Deposits can be paid via credit/debit card, cash, check, or Program Credits (Cookie Dough, Munch Money, Juliette Program Credits). To pay with Program Credits, choose “Gift Card” as your payment option and enter your 19-digit Cookie Dough card number.

Paying off the remainder of your balance is a snap! Once you’ve registered for a camp session, you’ll receive an email confirmation with your balance and a link to make additional payments when you’re ready. Please make sure your camp balance is paid in full at least 14 days before your camper arrives at camp for overnight sessions. Day camp balances are due on May 24, 2024.

Camp Financial Assistance

Every Girl Scout deserves to go to camp, regardless of financial ability—that’s why we offer financial assistance for overnight camp sessions! Here’s how it works:

1. Pay the deposit for your camp session online first.

2. After April 1, 2024, please submit a Camp Financial Assistance Request online at girlscoutsiowa.org/camp-financial-assistance. Allow two weeks for processing.

3. Your application will be reviewed and approved applicants will receive a discount on their camp session fee. Assistance is not guaranteed. Note: Financial assistance is not available for troop camp or family camps (e.g., Mom & Me).

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CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS

These are highlights of our refund policy. Please read the entire policy thoroughly on our website, girlscoutsiowa.org/refunds. All requests for refunds MUST be in writing and emailed to info@gsiowa.org.

Four Weeks Before Camp Session Begins

Refunds of camp fees (not including the deposit) may only be made when written notice of cancellation and a request for refund is received at least four weeks prior to the start of the camp session. Deposits are non-refundable.

Cancellations Due to Medical or Emergency Circumstances

In some cases, refunds may be granted after the four-week cancellation and refund period for medical or emergency circumstances only. A written notice of cancellation with an explanation of medical or emergency circumstances must be provided for a refund request to be considered. Additional documentation may be requested by GSGI. Partial or full refunds will be at the discretion of GSGI after reviewing the request.

Inclement Weather

Outdoor activities including travel may be cancelled when weather conditions are unsuitable. Alternative activities will be provided. Refunds are not given when activities are cancelled due to inclement weather.

PACKING FOR CAMP

Deciding what to pack as you send your Girl Scout for her first, or even second, overnight camp can be overwhelming. We’ve compiled a few different packing lists, one for each type of camp, in our Camp Guides which can be found on our website. As you’re preparing for camp, additional questions might come up such as “is this really all we need?” “What’s something that my camper needs that’s not listed?” “Do they need absolutely every item on this list?”

Much of packing has to do with personal preference. Some campers choose to pack in large, sturdy Rubbermaid-like totes with lids. Some campers choose to bring a three-drawer Sterlite-like container for a bedside table. Other campers pack in suitcases or duffle bags. There is no one “right” way to pack for camp. If there’s a particular item that your family does not own, reach out to the camp directly for the best information. The camp will be able to tell you how likely it is for your camper to need a second swimsuit (pretty likely!) or why two towels are better than one! Most importantly, reach out to us if any item(s) are a hardship for your family and we’ll work with you to

figure something out as we want your Girl Scout to go to camp!

We recommend that you and your camper pack together. It’s important that your camper be able to navigate through their tote/suitcase/duffle bag even when you’re not there with them!

Any sessions that require additional items above and beyond the basic packing list, you will receive a separate email from the camp prior to the session.

GETTING YOUR CAMPER TO AND FROM CAMP

At both camps, parents/guardians can help their camper move in and get settled in their camp unit. You should plan for the entire check-in experience to last one hour (from driving into the parking lot to driving out).

Specific drop-off and pick-up times vary based on camps and sessions. Our Camp Guides (linked on our website at girlscoutsiowa.org/camp) will have our drop-off/pick-up schedules laid out. Below is a general timeframe of what to expect.

Camp Tanglefoot

Overnight campers will need to be dropped off in the early-to-mid afternoon on the first day of the camp session. Pick-up time for overnight campers will also be around early afternoon. On the last day of each camp session, Camp Tanglefoot hosts an optional parent program (about 30 minutes) that takes place at the tail end of each session before campers depart. This is a fun way for parents/guardians to learn what their camper has been up to and meet more of the counselors!

Plan to spend 45 minutes to an hour at camp during pick-up for the parent program, signing your camper out, and loading their belonging in your car. The Trading Post is open during check out for shopping during this time as well.

Camp Sacajawea

Overnight campers will need to be dropped off in the mid-afternoon of the first day of their camp session. Pick-up time for overnight campers will also be at the same time as drop-off but on the last day of their camp session. The pick-up process will take approximately 15 – 20 minutes which includes signing your camper out and loading their belongings in your car. The Trading Post is open for shopping during this time as well.

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CAMP REGISTRATION

We’re so excited that your Girl Scout has decided to join us for their best summer ever! The step-by-step instructions below will walk you through everything you need to do to register your Girl Scout and get them ready for camp. Have questions not covered by the information below? Email us at info@gsiowa.org!

1. CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE!

Browse this magazine to learn about the ins and outs of camp. For first-time campers, we’ve provided an outline of the type of camps we offer at GSGI and a listing of dates and sessions to pick from. Head over to The Hub (thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org) to find out more details about the camp sessions that excite your Girl Scout! Once they have chosen their favorite, you can begin your camp registration process!

DON’T FORGET THAT THE GRADE LEVELS LISTED FOR EACH CAMP SESSION ARE BASED ON THE GRADE YOUR GIRL SCOUT WILL ENTER IN FALL 2024.

2. REGISTER FOR CAMP

Secure your Girl Scout’s spot with a $35 deposit for an overnight session or a $10 deposit for day camp. Some sessions fill up quickly so secure your spot now with a deposit! Credit card payments and Cookie Dough/Munch Money/Juliette Program Credits are accepted for online camp payment. Please review our summer camp refund policies in full at girlscoutsiowa.org/refunds for complete information.

PRO TIP! You must be a registered Girl Scout member to attend camp. Details on becoming a member can be found at girlscoutsiowa.org/join.

3. NEED HELP PAYING FOR CAMP?

We can help! To apply, first register for camp and pay your deposit. Then, fill out and submit a Camp Financial Assistance Request at girlscoutsiowa.org/camp-financial-assistance beginning April 1 to request aid to pay your remaining balance. Please allow up to two weeks for these requests to be processed.

4. FILL OUT SOME FORMS

Be on the lookout for an email from CampDoc (our online form system) prior to the start of your Girl Scout’s camp session. These digital forms include the Health History Form, Release Form, and All About Your Camper. If your Girl Scout has a buddy they would like to room with, be sure to indicate that preference on the form. More information about CampDoc is available in the Camp Guide. If your Girl Scout attended Camp Sacajawea or Camp Tanglefoot last year, you’ll simply have to update their information for this summer.

5. FINISH PAYING

For overnight camp sessions, please be sure your camp balance is paid in full at least 14 days before your camper arrives at camp. All day camp balances are due by May 24, 2024. If you anticipate difficulty in being able to pay the balance, please contact us at 800-342-8389 or info@gsiowa.org as soon as possible.

You’re all set! Now all that’s left to do is count down the days ‘til your Girl Scout’s adventure begins. We’ll see you soon!

We can’t wait to see you at camp this year!

Visit The Hub (thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org) for the full camp schedule and register.

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THE CAMP EXPERIENCE

Sending your Girl Scout off to camp is one of the best gifts you can give her. The fun, outdoor adventures and friends will enrich her life and—perhaps without her even noticing—give her the courage, people skills, and leadership chops to succeed at whatever she sets her mind to.

At Girl Scout Camp, campers can enjoy a variety of activities like building campfires, swimming, riding horses, shooting arrows, creating art and crafts, hiking, science experiments, camping, kayaking, and tackling the challenge courses–all while making friends. Camp sessions vary in different forms and lengths of stay to accommodate varying camper comfort and experience. Each camp session has a theme in which activities are centered around. Each camper group will have camp counselors designated to guide and support them throughout their stay at camp. All campers enjoy their meals in camp’s large dining hall alongside other campers and counselors.

Each session type is broken out in this section. Check out page 40 for our full camp listing!

Did you know that going to Girl Scout summer camp is something your Girl Scout can do on her own? Any registered Girl Scout member can register to attend summer camp! If your Girl Scout has friends or family who are not interested in actively participating in Girl Scouts year-round but are interested in attending camp, they are welcome too! They simply need to register as a member prior to initiating their camp registration.

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Adult and me camps are ideal for campers who are not ready to be away from home or parents/guardians just yet. Adults attend camp alongside their camper. These sessions may be a day camp or one night in length.

Adult & me camps are operated differently than girl-only day camps and overnight camps due to the difference in supervision. Adult & me campers will go from activity to activity together and are not assigned to a group. Activities are facilitated by camp counselors, you’ll meet many of them throughout your session!

Adult & me camps can be a great springboard into future independent day camps or overnight sessions for your Girl Scout.

Session Name Grades Dates Camp Mom & Me Overnight K-6 June 8-9 Tanglefoot My Guy & I K-6 June 14 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight K-6 June 15-16 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight K-6 June 21-22 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight K-6 June 22-23 Tanglefoot My Guy & I K-6 June 29 Sacajawea Mom & Me Day Camp K-6 August 4 Tanglefoot
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Day camps are great for first-time camp families! They allow campers to come to camp independently, but without spending the night! Grouped with other day campers, your Girl Scout will have fun hanging out with new friends for the day. A day camp day is structured similarly to a day during a longer overnight session, so once your Girl Scout has experienced a day camp, she will be ready to jump in for a longer camp stay next time!

Check-in times for day camps usually start between 9:00-10:00 a.m. depending on the camp session. The day of activities typically wraps up between 4:00-5:00 p.m. Lunch is provided for the day! Day campers usually bring a day-pack to carry their items such as a water bottle, swimsuit, towel, and a couple of other necessities. A detailed packing list for day camps can be found in the Day Camp Guide (formerly known as Parent Packets) on our website.

Like other types of camp sessions, day camps also have fun themes tied to them. Check out this chart of day camps we have in store for your Girl Scout this summer!

My daughter was nervous to go to camp for the first time but this was the perfect introduction! She can’t wait for next year. I love it when we get to paint at camp!

*Want to come to camp with your camper? You can! Mom & Me Day Camp at Camp Tanglefoot and My Guy & I Day Camp at Camp Sacajawea are meant for you to spend the day with your camper.

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Session Name Grades Date Camp Summer Fun Day Camp 1-6 June 14 Sacajawea Kayak Adventure Day Camp 6-11 June 14 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp 1-3 June 15 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp 1-3 June 21 Sacajawea Lake Fun and Lemonade Day Camp 1-5 June 28 Tanglefoot Summer Fun Day Camp 1-6 June 29 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Day Camp 4-6 June 29 Sacajawea High Ropes Day Camp 6-11 June 29 Sacajawea On the Go Day Camp 1-5 July 8 Tanglefoot Art Blast Day Camp 1-5 July 9 Tanglefoot Wild Water Day Camp 1-5 July 10 Tanglefoot A Bug’s Life Day Camp 1-5 July 11 Tanglefoot Adventure Day Camp 1-3 July 30 Tanglefoot Creative Artists Day Camp 4-6 July 30 Tanglefoot Paint the Sky Day Camp 1-3 August 1 Tanglefoot Catch a Wave Day Camp 4-6 August 1 Tanglefoot Tree Climbing Day Camp 4-6 August 5 Sacajawea A Day in the Woods Day Camp 4-6 August 6 Sacajawea Sacajawea
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Troop camps are designed for troop leaders to provide an overnight camp experience for their troop with the activity facilitation help from camp counselors. Unlike traditional girl-only overnight camps, troop leaders are responsible for the supervision and maintaining safety ratios for their campers. Lodging preferences can be selected during registration and troop leaders will receive a survey before the camp session begins to indicate their activity preferences. We will piece together a schedule for the troop and help facilitate those activities for the troop to do together. Lunch is provided to troops at troop camp. Troop campers will enjoy a large group lunch with other campers. Troop camp sessions are available at both Camp Sacajawea and Camp Tanglefoot!

Ourtrooplooksforwardtotroopcamp everyyear!Thecounselorsmakeitso easy.Ourleadersfeellikewe’rebackat summercampourselves!

For troop leaders who are interested in doing their own thing and just need a lodging location for your troop, check out the facility rental options on our website to learn more about reserving a unit at camp for your troop’s DIY camping experience!

Session Name Grades Dates Camp Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 June 16-17 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 June 17-18 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 June 18-19 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 August 5-6 Tanglefoot Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 August 6-7 Tanglefoot Troop Camp Overnight 1-12 August 7-8 Tanglefoot
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My daughter looks forward to overnight camp every year! And I love seeing the new skills and confidence she comes home with.

Overnight camp is an opportunity for Girl Scouts to come to camp independently (without parents/guardians). Overnight camp sessions vary in length; our youngest overnight campers are entering grades 1-3 in the fall and stay for 2 nights (about 48 hours total). Campers going into grades 4 and above typically stay for 6-days, 5-nights.

Overnight camp is great for campers who are comfortable being away from home and their parents/guardians. Overnight camp sessions allow campers to really dive into the camp experience, bond with their friends and fellow campmates, and truly have a traditional camp experience.. Sessions are themed and memorable for campers. Regardless of the session themes, our camps ensure that each experience encompasses the classic camp favorites such as time for s’mores, swimming, songs, games, arts and crafts.

Check-in and check-out times for overnight camp sessions vary based on each individual session. Lodging arrangements (cabins or tents) for campers also vary depending on camp sessions and cannot be guaranteed in advance. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided to campers throughout their stay. A detailed packing list for overnight camps can be found in the Overnight Camp Guide on our website.

Check out the next page for a full listing of overnight camp sessions we have in store for your camper. Be sure to check our website for the full session descriptions and to begin your registration!

For Girl Scouts with sisters or a close friend or cousin who they would like to invite to camp with them, be sure to check out our Sister and Me sessions –we have one at Camp Tanglefoot and one at Camp Sacajawea! For these sessions, the sister or friend your Girl Scout brings will also need to register as a Girl Scout member.

Camp is my favorite part of summer! I want to be a counselor when I’m old enough.
Session Name Grades Dates Camp Glitter, Paint, S’mores, and More 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Paddle Quest 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Magic for Muggles 6-8 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Climbers in the Sky 7-9 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Pony Express 1-3 June 23-25 Sacajawea Spacation 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Trail Trotters 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Thrill Seekers 7-11 June 23-28 Sacajawea Pathfinders 2024 (Leader-In-Training) 9 June 23-28 Sacajawea Embark Upon Art 1-3 June 25-27 Tanglefoot Fireflies and Bullseyes 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Sweet Spa 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot On Canvas 6-8 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Mermaids 1-3 June 26-28 Sacajawea Chic-a-dees at the Lake 1-3 June 30July 2 Tanglefoot Classic Camper 1-3 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Starry Skies and Fireflies 1-3 June 30July 2 Tanglefoot Sister and Me 1-5 June 30July 2 Tanglefoot Sister & Me 1-6 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Saddle Up 3-5 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Amped for Camp 4-6 June 30July 2 Tanglefoot Epic Quest 4-6 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Mini-Camp 4-6 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Click to visit The Hub
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In My Camp Era 6-8 June 30July 2 Sacajawea Pony Express 1-3 July 7-9 Sacajawea Camp Chaos Rebellion 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Lake Adventures & Campfire Delights 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Outdoor Investigators 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Prairie Explorers 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Extravaganza 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Camp Creations 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Sharp Shooters & Smooth Paddlers 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Cowgirls 7-9 July 7-12 Sacajawea Kablooey: Wild Science 1-3 July 10-12 Sacajawea Daisy Brownie Village 1-3 July 14-16 Sacajawea Junior Village 4-6 July 14-19 Sacajawea Nature Adventurers 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Pick Your Path 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Cadette Village 6-8 July 14-19 Sacajawea Venture Out 7-8 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Senior Ambassador Village 9-11 July 14-19 Sacajawea Challenge 2024 9 July 14-26 Tanglefoot CIT I 10 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot CIT II 11 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot Daisy Brownie Village 1-3 July 17-19 Sacajawea Pony Express 1-3 July 21-23 Sacajawea Campfires & Fireflies 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Junior Yacht Club 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Midnight Madness 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Trail Trotters 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Wilderness Wayfarers 6-8 July 21-26 Tanglefoot High Flyers 7-11 July 21-26 Sacajawea CIT I 10 July 21August 8 Sacajawea CIT II 11 July 21August 8 Sacajawea Unicorn Nation 1-3 July 24-26 Sacajawea Splashtacular 1-3 July 29-31 Tanglefoot Art in the Wild 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Late Night Stargazers 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Chef’s Challenge 7-9 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Hogwarts Express 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Shooting Stars 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Tanglefoot Yacht Club 6-8 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Wranglers 9-11 July 29August 8 Sacajawea Water Otters 4-6 July 31August 3 Tanglefoot Farm to Table 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Trail Trotters 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Just Camp 7-11 August 4-8 Sacajawea Click to visit The Hub 23

Travel camps are great for Girl Scouts wanting to take their camp experience to the next level! With time spent at camp as well as outside the gates on backpacking adventures, travel campers learn to enhance their essential wilderness camping skills and form unbreakable bonds with fellow explorers. Travel camps expand the independence developed during traditional overnight camps and add the thrill of primitive camping and exploration. Travel campers travel with their group led by camp counselors and backpack overnight in tents at predetermined locations.

I’ve never seen such confidence in my daughter before. This trip was the best thing that ever happened to her.

This was a lifechanging experience. I met some of my best friends at this camp and did things I never thought were possible!

To find the perfect session for your Girl Scout, we recommend using the filtering options on The Hub (thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org) where you can filter by grade level, camp location, camp type, and more.

Don’t forget that the grade levels listed for each camp session are based on the grade Girl Scouts will enter in Fall 2024. Click to visit The Hub

Session Name Grades Dates Camp Trail Blazers: Backpacking 7-9 June 25-July 2 Tanglefoot Trek & Travel: BWCA 8-11 July 7-19 Sacajawea Trek & Travel: Yellow River State Forest 6-8 July 29August 8 Sacajawea
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WORK HARD, PLAY HARD AT CAMP!

They love the outdoors—hiking, boating and campfires. Plus, they’re great with kids and a team player. Does this describe someone you know? If so, the perfect job is waiting for them at Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa camps!

Go-getters. Innovators. Risk-takers. Leaders. Their unforgettable summer is here. Our camp community is made up of hard-working, courageous, silly goofy, confident, thoughtful characters. They will work alongside experienced camp professionals who will guide and support them as they promote growth and confidence in girls who are experienced or first-time campers. As a camp staff team, we work to provide girls across Iowa with the best week of their entire summer.

Visit girlscoutsiowa.org/campjobs or click the button below for more info.

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Roast a s’more, try something new, and be part of the community at Camp Sacajawea.

All About Camp Sacajawea

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Find your outdoor adventure this summer at Camp Sacajawea! Imagine yourself jumping into the pool, aiming your arrow in archery, feeling on top of the world on the climbing wall, or unlocking your creativity with arts and crafts all while making life-long friends and learning from caring counselors.

Camp Sacajawea is also home to our equestrian program where campers learn horse and rider safety, horse care, and stable management. Our program follows a progression starting with three-day beginner sessions (includes a lead-line ride in the arena) and moving to longer sessions as campers become more advanced!

While each session has its own specialty, all campers will have the opportunity to experience an array of classic camp activities. Overnight campers will make a craft, eat a s’more, participate in the all-camp campfire at Greenwood Grove, and swim at the pool each full day of camp. All campers also participate in flag ceremonies twice a day and enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner at our dining hall. Each group has a snack at the trading post daily (no cost options are available) and shops for souvenirs once during their session.

For overnight sessions that are at least 5 days long, campers participate in our Monday night Scatters Program. Counselors create unique, onenight classes or activities for campers to choose from. Campers receive the list of activities on Sunday nights or Monday mornings and select their first and second choices.

For overnight sessions that run for a full week, campers also participate in an all-camp game night that follows an immersive character game, carnival, or counselor hide and seek format. Each week-long session has a packout night that involves campers cooking their meal over a fire. We also have a choice hour daily after our Me Time (rest after lunch). During daily choice hours, campers will select a session that they would like to participate in daily throughout the week. Many times, these sessions involve hobbies or progressive skills.

Are you ready for the best summer ever? Check out our sessions online!

WHAT’S NEW AROUND CAMP?

THE POOL IS BACK! If you attended camp last summer you may have missed that cool, refreshing pool. It is fixed and we’re ready to splash this summer.

Speaking of dinner, watch for new rolling salad bars and an additional toaster at mealtimes!

A nature play area has popped up at the end of the circle road in camp! With mulched hills and natural building materials, this will be a great spot for campers and troops to get creative.

We have new signs around camp to help clearly identify which units are which as you venture around camp.

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WHAT’S WHAT AT CAMP SACAJAWEA?

LIVING UNITS

MAYEA MEADOWS

Cozy cabins that are used only during summer camp. They feature natural air flow, with a ceiling fan and light.

RAINBOW RIDGE TENTS

Platform tents are a true outdoor experience. For the best air flow, open the front and back tent flaps!

WINDY RIDGE

A set of small cabins that feature air conditioning and heat, with a ceiling fan and light. Each cabin has a bathroom with a shower.

KNOLL TROOP HOUSE

This lodge has two identical sides with large bunk rooms, showers and bathrooms. There is a central meeting space with a fireplace and a kitchenette.

WHISTLING OAKS

Large cabins that feature air conditioning and heating, with a ceiling fan and light. Each cabin has a bathroom with a shower.

SHOSHONE VILLAGE

Small, rustic cabins feature natural air flow, with a ceiling fan and a light.

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FACILITIES

SZYMONIAK CENTER

This lodge is the first building you will see as you enter camp. Our camp office and health center is located in here.

SWANSON LODGE & PROGRAM CENTER

The building with the big green roof is the largest building at camp. This is where we eat meals, unless we’re on a cookout! The trading post is open for shopping on check-in and check-out days here. This building is also perfect for a campfire on rainy days.

GROUNDS AND ACTIVITIES POOL

HIGH ROPES COURSE

Get ready to jump right in! We use it on the daily at camp. Test your skills at the beginning of your week-long camp to advance to a deeper part of the pool.

BARN AND ARENA

One of our all-time favorites at camp is the horse barn. Tack up your horse inside before taking lessons in the arena or heading out for a picturesque trail ride. Look for sessions that specifically include horses in the description for a visit.

Going into grade 7 or above? Walk up the spiral staircase and traverse the train tracks, swing through the monkey tails, maneuver around the criss cross, and lunge for the next lily pad. Choose the Dyno Drop or a zip line exit. For an added thrill, experience the Giant Swing, flying out over the ravine. Look for sessions that specifically include high ropes in the description.

ARCHERY

Our archery range is made for both beginners and experienced archers. Four campers can shoot at a time, and each camper gets their own target.

THE PROGRAM CENTER

The Program Center is attached to the dining hall and is where we get creative with arts and crafts and a costume closet and stage. Try your hand at tie-dye, leather stamping, sticker design, and more. Or try on a dress or silly hat and get up on stage!

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GREENWOOD GROVE CAMPFIRE

Nestled in the beautiful woods of the valley, camp gathers together at the beginning and the end of each week to celebrate here. We see silly skits and songs performed, sing calming campfire songs, and hear the story of Mayea.

TREE CLIMBING

For campers entering grade 4 and above, climb up into the branches of Amira– our huge White Oak climbing tree! Note: Not all in grades 4+ will be able to climb; look for sessions that specifically include tree climbing in the description.

HIKING TRAILS

There are extensive hiking trails to explore at camp. From short flat hikes with lots to stop and look at, to long vistas with sweeping views of the Des Moines River Valley, it’s almost too much to hike in one day!

We love our trees! We’ve added two white oaks, a red maple, and a Kentucky coffee bean tree. We’ve added extra fencing to protect the trees from all the deer at camp. We’d love to add even more!

To find the perfect session for your Girl Scout, we recommend using the filtering options on The Hub (thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org) where you can filter by grade level, camp location, camp type, and more.

Don’t forget that the grade levels listed for each camp session are based on the grade Girl Scouts will enter in Fall 2024.

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Session Name Type Grades Dates Camp My Guy & I o K-6 June 14 Sacajawea Summer Fun Day Camp E 1-6 June 14 Sacajawea Kayak Adventure Day Camp E 6-11 June 14 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp E 1-3 June 15 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 15-16 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 16-17 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 17-18 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 18-19 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp E 1-3 June 21 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 21-22 Sacajawea Pony Express B 1-3 June 23-25 Sacajawea Spacation B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Trail Trotters B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Thrill Seekers B 7-11 June 23-28 Sacajawea Pathfinders 2024 (Leader-In-Training) B 9 June 23-28 Sacajawea Mermaids B 1-3 June 26-28 Sacajawea My Guy & I o K-6 June 29 Sacajawea Summer Fun Day Camp E 1-6 June 29 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Day Camp E 4-6 June 29 Sacajawea High Ropes Day Camp E 6-11 June 29 Sacajawea Classic Camper B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Sister & Me B 1-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Saddle Up B 3-5 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Epic Quest B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Mini-Camp B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea In My Camp Era B 6-8 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Pony Express B 1-3 July 7-9 Sacajawea Camp Chaos Rebellion B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Session Name Type Grades Dates Camp Outdoor Investigators B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Prairie Explorers B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Cowgirls B 7-9 July 7-12 Sacajawea Trek & Travel: BWCA l 8-11 July 7-19 Sacajawea Kablooey: Wild Science B 1-3 July 10-12 Sacajawea Daisy Brownie Village B 1-3 July 14-16 Sacajawea Junior Village B 4-6 July 14-19 Sacajawea Cadette Village B 6-8 July 14-19 Sacajawea Senior Ambassador Village B 9-11 July 14-19 Sacajawea Daisy Brownie Village B 1-3 July 17-19 Sacajawea Pony Express B 1-3 July 21-23 Sacajawea Campfires & Fireflies B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Trail Trotters B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea High Flyers B 7-11 July 21-26 Sacajawea CIT I B 10 July 21August 8 Sacajawea CIT II B 11 July 21August 8 Sacajawea Unicorn Nation B 1-3 July 24-26 Sacajawea Art in the Wild B 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Late Night Stargazers B 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Chef’s Challenge B 7-9 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Trek & Travel: Yellow River State Forest l 6-8 July 29August 8 Sacajawea Wranglers B 9-11 July 29August 8 Sacajawea Farm to Table B 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Trail Trotters B 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Just Camp B 7-11 August 4-8 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Day Camp E 4-6 August 5 Sacajawea A Day in the Woods Day Camp E 4-6 August 6 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp E 1-3 August 7 Sacajawea 31

All About Camp Tanglefoot

Your summer adventure awaits with your new friends at Camp Tanglefoot!

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Set along the shoreline of Clear Lake in north central Iowa, our Camp Tanglefoot is more than just a destination; it’s a “second home” cherished by generations of camp families! Get ready to immerse yourself in an array of activities set against the backdrop of mowed meadows, forested woodland, tall grass prairie, and hilly terrain.

At Camp Tanglefoot, we offer a variety of experiences including day camps, overnight camps, troop camps, and adult & me camps. Though all types of camps will have an action-packed time, the overnight camp sessions are the most robust offering.

All overnight campers can expect to do archery, participate in the low ropes course, visit the nature center, play meadow games and GaGa ball, do arts and crafts, and go on a nature hike. Overnight campers will enjoy evening campfires, all-camp activities, and a cook-out. Campers entering grade 7 and above can elevate their adventure by choosing to do the High Ropes Course including a zipline!

All overnight campers will enjoy time at the lake – swimming each day and doing multiple boating activities throughout their session. Boating options include kayaking, a pontoon ride, Funoeing, paddle boarding, and Corcling. Overnight campers entering grade 4 and above will work on their canoeing skills through our progressive three-level canoeing program. Advanced swimmers may have additional opportunities such as sailing and the early morning Point Swim.

The activities listed here are typical of an overnight camper’s experience; please see the session descriptions on our website for details on specific program offerings.

Camp Tanglefoot invites you to create lasting memories surrounded by nature’s beauty and a vibrant community. We can’t wait to welcome you and your family this summer!

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WHAT’S WHAT AT CAMP TANGLEFOOT?

LIVING UNITS

POOH CORNER

Small, cozy cabins feature natural air flow, with a ceiling fan and light.

TERRACE OF THE WINDS

These cabins feature natural air flow, with a ceiling fan and light.

WINDY KNOLL

Platform tents are a true outdoor experience. For the best air flow, open the front and back tent flaps!

ROBIN’S ROOST

Spend the night outdoors. For the best air flow, open the front and back tent flaps!

FRONTIER HILL

These cozy cabins feature natural air flow, with a ceiling fan and light.

OAKS

A beautiful year-round lodge; the main rooms in Oaks are used for camper programming on rainy days.

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FACILITIES

LODGE

This is where we eat meals, unless we’re on a cook-out! This building is also perfect for a campfire on rainy days. Come with an appetite!

MEADOWVIEW

Our camp office, Trading Post, and health center are located on the ground floor. Main rooms on both the upper and lower level are used for camper programming on rainy days.

GROUNDS & ACTIVITIES

WATERFRONT

For all the lake fun you can imagine! At our waterfront, we go swimming, canoeing, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and out for rides on our huge pontoon boat! Enjoy time in our silly boats like Corcl’s or Funoe’s, or practice for the Point Swim at the end of the week!

HIGH ROPES COURSE

Going into grade 7 or above? This is one of our all-time favorite activities at Camp Tanglefoot! Try the first level with great elements on your own as you get used to being off the ground, then jump up to the second level and take on challenges with a partner! Both levels end with awesome ziplines! Wanting an extra challenge? Take on the Leap of Faith as you jump for the trapeze bar! Look for sessions that specifically include high ropes course in the description.

ARCHERY

This thoughtfully designed archery range is made for both beginners and experienced archers. Four campers can shoot at a time, and each camper gets their own target. Choose from two distances to shoot from for increased challenge!

CRAFT HOUSE

Every camper gets to dive into arts and crafts while at camp! From classics like tie-dying, to designing your own ropes course, to leather pounding, there’s something for everyone at the Craft House!

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MEADOW

We love our great big yard at camp! Perfect for allcamp activities and games, time with Edna (our enormous ball!), throwing a frisbee, relay races, and the scream game. Included in the meadow are our volleyball court and Gaga Pit.

BENCHES

Everyone needs a place to gather as a group, so come and relax on our benches. Many were donated by our generous supporters of Camp Tanglefoot!

FLAGS

Start and end your day with a flag ceremony. Each camper gets to be part of a flag ceremony during their time at camp.

LOW INITIATIVES OR LOW ROPES COURSE

Take on a group challenge with your team! From navigating the Spider’s Web, balancing on the Whale Watch, or escaping enemies on the Nitro Crossing, it takes teamwork to take on these challenges!

TREE CLIMBING

For campers entering grade 4 and above, climb up into the branches of Wilma – our huge Burr Oak climbing tree! The view from the top can’t be beat. Look for sessions that specifically mention tree climbing in the description. Not all campers will participate in this activity.

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Adult & Me Camp = o

Troop Camp = d Day Camp = E Overnight Camp = B

Travel Camp = l

To find the perfect session for your Girl Scout, we recommend using the filtering options on The Hub (thehub.girlscoutsiowa.org) where you can filter by grade level, camp location, camp type, and more.

Don’t forget that the grade levels listed for each camp session are based on the grade Girl Scouts will enter in Fall 2024.

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Session Name Type Grades Dates Camp Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 8-9 Tanglefoot Glitter, Paint, S’mores, and More B 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Paddle Quest B 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Magic for Muggles B 6-8 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Climbers in the Sky B 7-9 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 22-23 Tanglefoot Embark Upon Art B 1-3 June 25-27 Tanglefoot Fireflies and Bullseyes B 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Sweet Spa B 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot On Canvas B 6-8 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Trail Blazers: Backpacking l 7-9 June 25-July 2 Tanglefoot Lake Fun and Lemonade Day Camp E 1-5 June 28 Tanglefoot Chic-a-dees at the Lake B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Starry Skies and Fireflies B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Sister and Me B 1-5 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Amped for Camp B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Lake Adventures & Campfire Delights B 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Tree Climbing Extravaganza B 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Camp Creations B 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Sharp Shooters & Smooth Paddlers B 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot On the Go Day Camp E 1-5 July 8 Tanglefoot Art Blast Day Camp E 1-5 July 9 Tanglefoot Wild Water Day Camp E 1-5 July 10 Tanglefoot A Bug’s Life Day Camp E 1-5 July 11 Tanglefoot Nature Adventurers B 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Pick Your Path B 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Venture Out B 7-8 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Challenge 2024 B 9 July 14-26 Tanglefoot CIT I B 10 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot CIT II B 11 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot Session Name Type Grades Dates Camp Junior Yacht Club B 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Midnight Madness B 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Wilderness Wayfarers B 6-8 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Splashtacular B 1-3 July 29-31 Tanglefoot Hogwarts Express B 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Shooting Stars B 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Tanglefoot Yacht Club B 6-8 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Adventure Day Camp E 1-3 July 30 Tanglefoot Creative Artists Day Camp E 4-6 July 30 Tanglefoot Water Otters B 4-6 July 31August 3 Tanglefoot Paint the Sky Day Camp E 1-3 August 1 Tanglefoot Catch a Wave Day Camp E 4-6 August 1 Tanglefoot Mom & Me Day Camp o K-6 August 4 Tanglefoot Troop Camp d 1-12 August 5-6 Tanglefoot Troop Camp d 1-12 August 6-7 Tanglefoot Troop Camp d 1-12 August 7-8 Tanglefoot
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Travel Camp = l Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 8-9 Tanglefoot My Guy & I o K-6 June 14 Sacajawea Summer Fun Day Camp E 1-6 June 14 Sacajawea Kayak Adventure Day Camp E 6-11 June 14 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp E 1-3 June 15 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 15-16 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 16-17 Sacajawea Glitter, Paint, S’mores, and More B 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Paddle Quest B 4-6 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Magic for Muggles B 6-8 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Climbers in the Sky B 7-9 June 16-21 Tanglefoot Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 17-18 Sacajawea Troop Camp Overnight d 1-12 June 18-19 Sacajawea Horse Day Camp E 1-3 June 21 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 21-22 Sacajawea Mom & Me Overnight o K-6 June 22-23 Tanglefoot Pony Express B 1-3 June 23-25 Sacajawea Spacation B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Trail Trotters B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! B 4-6 June 23-28 Sacajawea Thrill Seekers B 7-11 June 23-28 Sacajawea Pathfinders 2024 (Leader-In-Training) B 9 June 23-28 Sacajawea Embark Upon Art B 1-3 June 25-27 Tanglefoot Fireflies and Bullseyes B 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Sweet Spa B 4-6 June 25-29 Tanglefoot On Canvas B 6-8 June 25-29 Tanglefoot Trail Blazers: Backpacking l 7-9 June 25-July 2 Tanglefoot Mermaids B 1-3 June 26-28 Sacajawea Lake Fun and Lemonade Day Camp E 1-5 June 28 Tanglefoot My Guy & I o K-6 June 29 Sacajawea Summer Fun Day Camp E 1-6 June 29 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Day Camp E 4-6 June 29 Sacajawea High Ropes Day Camp E 6-11 June 29 Sacajawea Chic-a-dees at the Lake B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Classic Camper B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Starry Skies and Fireflies B 1-3 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Sister and Me B 1-5 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Sister & Me B 1-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Saddle Up B 3-5 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Amped for Camp B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Tanglefoot Epic Quest B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Mini-Camp B 4-6 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea In My Camp Era B 6-8 June 30-July 2 Sacajawea Pony Express B 1-3 July 7-9 Sacajawea Camp Chaos Rebellion B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Lake Adventures & Campfire Delights B 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Outdoor Investigators B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Prairie Explorers B 4-6 July 7-12 Sacajawea Tree Climbing Extravaganza B 4-6 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Camp Creations B 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Sharp Shooters & Smooth Paddlers B 6-8 July 7-12 Tanglefoot Cowgirls B 7-9 July 7-12 Sacajawea
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Trek & Travel: BWCA l 8-11 July 7-19 Sacajawea On the Go Day Camp E 1-5 July 8 Tanglefoot Art Blast Day Camp E 1-5 July 9 Tanglefoot Wild Water Day Camp E 1-5 July 10 Tanglefoot Kablooey: Wild Science B 1-3 July 10-12 Sacajawea A Bug’s Life Day Camp E 1-5 July 11 Tanglefoot Daisy Brownie Village B 1-3 July 14-16 Sacajawea Junior Village B 4-6 July 14-19 Sacajawea Nature Adventurers B 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Pick Your Path B 4-6 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Cadette Village B 6-8 July 14-19 Sacajawea Venture Out B 7-8 July 14-19 Tanglefoot Senior Ambassador Village B 9-11 July 14-19 Sacajawea Challenge 2024 B 9 July 14-26 Tanglefoot CIT I B 10 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot CIT II B 11 July 15August 3 Tanglefoot Daisy Brownie Village B 1-3 July 17-19 Sacajawea Pony Express B 1-3 July 21-23 Sacajawea Campfires & Fireflies B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Junior Yacht Club B 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Midnight Madness B 4-6 July 21-26 Tanglefoot Trail Trotters B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Yer a Wizard! B 4-6 July 21-26 Sacajawea Wilderness Wayfarers B 6-8 July 21-26 Tanglefoot High Flyers B 7-11 July 21-26 Sacajawea CIT I B 10 July 21August 8 Sacajawea CIT II B 11 July 21August 8 Sacajawea Unicorn Nation B 1-3 July 24-26 Sacajawea Splashtacular B 1-3 July 29-31 Tanglefoot Art in the Wild B 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Late Night Stargazers B 4-6 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Chef’s Challenge B 7-9 July 29August 2 Sacajawea Hogwarts Express B 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Shooting Stars B 4-6 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Tanglefoot Yacht Club B 6-8 July 29August 3 Tanglefoot Trek & Travel: Yellow River State Forest l 6-8 July 29August 8 Sacajawea Wranglers B 9-11 July 29August 8 Sacajawea Adventure Day Camp E 1-3 July 30 Tanglefoot Creative Artists Day Camp E 4-6 July 30 Tanglefoot Water Otters B 4-6 July 31August 3 Tanglefoot Paint the Sky Day Camp E 1-3 August 1 Tanglefoot Catch a Wave Day Camp E 4-6 August 1 Tanglefoot Mom & Me Day Camp o K-6 August 4 Tanglefoot Farm to Table B 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Trail Trotters B 4-6 August 4-8 Sacajawea Just Camp B 7-11 August 4-8 Sacajawea
Climbing Day Camp E 4-6 August 5 Sacajawea Troop Camp d 1-12 August 5-6 Tanglefoot
Day in the Woods Day Camp E 4-6 August 6 Sacajawea Troop Camp d 1-12 August 6-7 Tanglefoot Horse Day Camp E 1-3 August 7 Sacajawea Troop
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Nevaeh R. - Troop 495

Ava O. - Troop 30372

Attaya M. - Troop 769

Ryleigh S. - Troop 649

Rylee G. - Troop 618

Derika A. - Troop 42

Sol S. - Troop 693

Emma J. - Troop 888

Kali G. - Troop 682

Libby Z. - Troop 553

Olivia K. - Troop 258

Kaylee E. - Troop 30003

Hannah H. - Troop 1288

Kendall M. - Troop 949

Jaide C. - Troop 634

Ellyana G. - Troop 51560

Cydni S. - Troop 1315

Audrey K. - Troop 857

Hope T. - Troop 962

Charlotte G. - Troop 943

Callan M. - Troop 10256

Margo B. - Troop 92

Stella B. - Troop 7102

Emma S. - Juliette

Paige P. - Troop 10060

Ashia M. - Troop 114

Cassidy V. - Troop 30255

Aurora P. - Troop 1287

Elle E. - Troop 1280

Lila S. - Troop 796

Evelynn B. - Troop 725

Hazel H. - Troop 622

Nora K. - Troop 593

Carlee A. - Troop 296

Brookelyn D. - Troop 1359

Journei R. - Troop 890

Aspen U. - Troop 480

Kyliyah G. - Troop 51541

Makayla K. - Troop 174

Kylee B. - Troop 10078

Lauren B. - Troop 10078

Celeste D. - Troop 867

Ryleigh M. - Troop 20412

Lilian T. - Troop 1110

Chloe C. - Troop 40016

Aubrey H. - Troop 20503

Abigail G. - Troop 365

Rylee D. - Troop 10717

Sophia H. - Troop 10157

Sophie P. - Troop 297

Ellenmarie K. - Troop 10382

Emerson B. - Troop 10078

Kimber B. - Troop 1323

Harper R. - Troop 266

Makenze P. - Juliette

Lena A. - Troop 10043

Brooklyn A. - Troop 1169

Esme A. - Troop 1169

Charley R. - Troop 149

Allyson C. - Troop 31034

Taryn R. - Troop 7102

Abbigail G. - Troop 1947

Kiera K. - Troop 1275

Caitlin G. - Troop 820

Sydney K. - Troop 296

Lillian M. - Troop 114

Avery D. - Troop 22

Angel L.M. - Troop 51566

Hadley M. - Troop 40341

Joslyn S. - Troop 40341

Aubrey H. - Troop 40016

Aliyna J. - Troop 31080

Autumn K. - Troop 30061

Mackenzie K. - Troop 30061

Payton K. - Troop 30061

Larkyn C. - Troop 20488

Tessa H. - Troop 1837

LeOra M. - Troop 1192

Brielle H. - Troop 1150

Samantha P. - Troop 1076

Wilona K. - Troop 1076

Sullivan J. - Troop 1060

Gabby W. - Troop 963

Ember B. - Troop 954

Dakota W. - Troop 934

Haley D. - Troop 929

Natalee H. - Troop 908

Virgina D. - Troop 908

Alexandra W. - Troop 872

Layla K. - Troop 872

Alyssa P. - Troop 682

Madison M. - Troop 682

Delila W. - Troop 649

Katrina N. - Troop 487

Kendall C. - Troop 392

Isabella G. - Troop 363

Abrianna N. - Troop 242

Aspen R. - Troop 242

Briel P. - Troop 242

Celia S. - Troop 242

Daphne S. - Troop 242

Katie C. - Troop 242

Lexi H. - Troop 242

Mariana S. - Troop 242

Mya L. - Troop 185

Ellie S. - Troop 174

Sienna H. - Troop 99

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Violet M. - Troop 112

Brylee D. - Troop 49

Karissa G. - Troop 40061

Emma W. - Troop 30075

Sophia T. - Troop 796

Ella R. - Troop 629

Alivia P. - Troop 1072

Kinley W. - Troop 10071

Ellie D. - Troop 242

Braylee H. - Troop 20323

Kaelynn Y. - Troop 622

Carolyn T. - Troop 229

Avery B. - Troop 30162

Theodora C. - Troop 949

Baylie S. - Troop 275

Lydia H. - Troop 30162

Emma E. - Troop 500

Brooke S. - Troop 171

Madison S. - Troop 51557

Abigale A. - Troop 1947

Ava N. - Troop 30078

Sophia H. - Troop 7102

Evangela S. - Troop 893

Lily S. - Troop 624

Payton T. - Troop 1071

Karalea S. - Troop 20541

Makenna K. - Troop 1192

Hayden T. - Troop 10230

Kara B. - Troop 229

Zoey W. - Troop 52

AaLiyah R. - Troop 51554

Sydney T. - Troop 40153

Shyla T. - Troop 40086

Kaylee R. - Troop 20406

Lily G. - Troop 1288

Aliya F. - Troop 51565

Madeline S. - Troop 766

Memphis D. - Troop 95

Violet J. - Troop 51553

Madison C. - Troop 1071

Grace C. - Troop 1947

Kylee J. - Troop 215

Natalie J. - Troop 51553

Alondra M. - Troop 709

Sapphire Z. - Troop 299

Nevaeh J. - Troop 40116

Kara K. - Troop 30259

Kyra B. - Troop 20009

Anna C. - Troop 229

Olivia V.V. - Troop 30267

Porschea M. - Troop 20281

Claire W. - Troop 857

Charlotte C. - Troop 488

Mia M. - Troop 725

Gabrielle K. - Troop 392

Brianne B. - Troop 51558

Eden J. - Troop 560

Noelle B. - Troop 358

Ava P. - Troop 132

Addison H. - Troop 10311

Kaylyn D. - Troop 10129

Lydia B. - Troop 444

Aria D. - Troop 51570

Kamilah W. - Troop 30078

Chasmine R. - Troop 10141

Adelynn C. - Troop 770

Sophia B. - Troop 7073

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Hailee A. - Troop 867

Kathryn R. - Troop 625

Olivia V. - Troop 607

Haley M. - Troop 754

Madison L. - Troop 889

Sydney S. - Troop 1305

Aubree B. - Troop 487

Aubrey M. - Troop 263

Scarlett H. - Troop 918

Madison W. - Troop 709

Ginger W. - Troop 495

Keely C. - Juliette

Kyiah R. - Troop 20406

Jacey G. - Troop 649

Tayleigh T. - Troop 634

Madison P. - Troop 1076

Braylinn H. - Troop 876

Arlet S. - Troop 725

Zoe C. - Troop 118

Lillian C. - Troop 51553

Allicya H. - Troop 40116

Khloe M. - Troop 31039

Leila R. - Troop 20565

Evangeline M. - Troop 20009

Isabella H. - Troop 10296

Destiny H. - Troop 10129

Abbigail K. - Troop 10120

Molli J. - Troop 1837

Isabelle B. - Troop 1317

Aurelia K. - Troop 1076

Amelia W. - Troop 801

Kora S. - Troop 758

Lily J. - Troop 682

Madison L. - Troop 563

Ruth H. - Troop 474

Kaylee R. - Troop 298

Elizabeth C. - Troop 215

Destynee L. - Troop 89

Brielle H. - Troop 75

Autumn H. - Troop 27

Raelyn W. - Troop 40017

Marissa H. - Troop 20404

Addison L. - Troop 132

Maleeya H. - Troop 366

MaKenzie C. - Troop 20194

Katherine H. - Troop 222

Vera R. - Troop 98

Evelyn H. - Juliette

Payson J. - Troop 10153

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Lillian S. - Troop 171

Sophia U. - Troop 709

Rylea H. - Troop 951

Abigail J. - Troop 810

Nessa B. - Troop 30179

Hadley K. - Troop 211

Amelia S. - Troop 1947

Serena H. - Troop 10235

Essa J. - Troop 78

Aubrey S. - Troop 20035

Carly S. - Troop 20035

Chasity C. - Troop 469

Izetta A. - Troop 1296

Lyra P. - Troop 59

Noelle H. - Troop 273

Maci A. - Troop 68

Jayde S. - Troop 10157

Rachel A. - Troop 67

Janae S. - Troop 1947

Payton R. - Troop 662

Krista M. - Troop 5028

Brenna B. - Troop 709

Leila B. - Troop 474

Layla F. - Troop 358

Reece S. - Troop 521

Eleanor B. - Troop 432

Hadlee S. - Troop 27

Riley R. - Troop 1095

Sueanna B. - Troop 638

Morgan T. - Troop 10217

Alayna H. - Troop 462

Jordyn S. - Troop 30315

Evelyn W. - Troop 500

Amelia B. - Troop 1296

Meara W. - Troop 604

Natalie J. - Troop 909

Ella B. - Troop 234

Rylee A. - Troop 622

Cayleigh F. - Troop 962

Addilyn M. - Troop 875

Elizabeth C. - Troop 755

Claire L. - Troop 307

Scout H. - Troop 943

Madelyn N. - Troop 796

Jaelynn T. - Troop 51571

Charlotte A. - Troop 51562

Charlotte H. - Troop 432

Audriana B. - Troop 40406

Sophia B. - Troop 1351

Samantha B. - Troop 1288

Clara B. - Troop 669

Norah G. - Troop 359

Dani K. - Troop 59

Sawyer L. - Troop 1180

Josie L. - Troop 875

Addison S. - Troop 10717

Taylor H. - Troop 10184

Appie T. - Troop 849

Morgan N. - Troop 99

Addilyn V.H. - Troop 1252

Olivia J. - Troop 20035

Jocelyn S. - Troop 226

Wren H. - Troop 49

McKenleigh W. - Troop 20541

Haydyn L. - Troop 81

Gabrielle L. - Troop 40341

Abby G. - Troop 7249

Keighan M. - Troop 766

Sofia G. - Troop 51561

Clara E. - Troop 324

Adoree C. - Troop 109

Cecilia E. - Troop 51562

Madeline H. - Troop 934

June J. - Troop 820

Alekxandria L. - Troop 56

Emma B. - Troop 30075

Kyla N. - Troop 20238

Brinlee H. - Troop 10163

Josey M. - Troop 875

Sienna G. - Troop 755

Ainsley M. - Troop 457

Trystan S. - Troop 769

Raleigh D. - Troop 40341

Ada B. - Troop 846

Paisley W. - Troop 20161

Devyn F. - Troop 75

Olivia U. - Troop 51562

Kate W. - Troop 20233

Madison I. - Troop 1347

Yezabella T. - Troop 40370

Piper S. - Troop 500

Nora Y. - Troop 30281

Jade S. - Troop 881

Olivia H. - Troop 796

Stella R. - Troop 51580

Madeline W. - Troop 914

Carley C. - Troop 507

Lauren W. - Troop 497

Olivia C. - Troop 30162

Georgia W. - Troop 1292

Cora C. - Troop 932

Lonna D. - Troop 424

Azelia C. - Troop 332

Harper P. - Troop 830

Eloise R. - Troop 488

Kylea J. - Troop 487

Millie W. - Troop 51580

Elena B. - Troop 798

Madison F. - Troop 20019

Hannah H. - Troop 820

Grace B. - Troop 226

Sophie H. - Troop 3016

2Sophia M. - Troop 10163

Mylah H. - Troop 474

Layla B. - Troop 196

Evelyn B. - Troop 862

Tessa M. - Troop 937

Skye M. - Troop 826

Taylor C. - Troop 351

Lottie B. - Troop 142

Kenzlee H. - Troop 1194

Lynnsay C. - Troop 462

Megan B. - Troop 1275

Lillia S. - Troop 383

Natalie M. - Juliette

Leslie S. - Troop 10717

Lily C. - Troop 1317

Elizabeth L. - Troop 857

Matilynn S. - Troop 634

Emilia J. - Troop 918

Savannah S. - Troop 589

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Kylo Ren H. - Juliette

Emberlyn R. - Troop 935

Morgan L. - Troop 850

Hailey S. - Troop 831

Jayci B. - Troop 132

Evelyn C. - Troop 27

Kira F. - Troop 694

Kasey M. - Troop 10235

Jadyn R. - Troop 1249

Emma B. - Troop 879

Julianne V. - Troop 298

Alivia T. - Troop 51570

Lexington B. - Troop 1293

Lexi J. - Troop 682

Annabelle E. - Troop 392

Macee O. - Troop 754

Karen J. - Troop 634

Emma Kay D. - Troop 51571

Adelyn M. - Troop 10217

Cattelya T. - Troop 1175

Gracie B. - Troop 908

Morgan M. - Troop 537

Abigail D. - Troop 468

Raelynn G. - Troop 357

Summer A. - Troop 30061

Adelle D. - Troop 1

Amelia H. - Troop 951

Hilari T. - Troop 842

Nell H. - Troop 76

Rubie A. - Troop 366

Autumn B. - Troop 350

Keera L. - Troop 796

Mariah W. - Troop 40016

Piper S. - Troop 1147

Jenna B.R. - Troop 114

Kaylie I. - Troop 51571

Rhylee A. - Troop 51566

Paisley S. - Troop 10057

Maggie G. - Troop 5234

Gwen H. - Troop 1355

Kinzlee P. - Troop 753

Danielle M. - Troop 694

Cheyanne M. - Troop 675

Ella M. - Troop 675

Kaelee H. - Troop 604

Maci K. - Troop 20301

Aleyah F. - Troop 10717

Kori S. - Troop 604

Sydney T. - Troop 40017

Leah S. - Troop 20265

Riley V. - Troop 20169

Arianna W. - Troop 20019

Ella K. - Troop 10314

Autumn C. - Troop 1222

Eliza C. - Troop 1189

Kennedy T. - Troop 350

Jayvin H. - Troop 296

Millie H. - Troop 226

Ivory S. - Troop 171

Emma H.M. - Troop 30003

Maddie P. - Troop 51571

Sami A. - Troop 51570

Briar N. - Troop 51563

Mara T. - Troop 51558

Kyleigh V. - Troop 51557

Yatzil A. - Troop 40153

Clarissa C. - Troop 31080

Emma T. - Troop 31080

Mandy J. - Troop 31080

Savanna J. - Troop 31080

Hailey B. - Troop 30272

Holly V. - Troop 30272

Oakley G. - Troop 20215

Cassandra H. - Troop 10311

Isabel N. - Troop 10230

Haylee D. - Troop 10120

Brynne A. - Troop 10078

Jade G. - Troop 10071

Alexandra K. - Troop 1947

Iris B. - Troop 1296

Auria J. - Troop 1253

Riley H. - Troop 1175

Alexis B. - Troop 1168

Owyn L. - Troop 1136

Zoey F. - Troop 784

Brylee O. - Troop 782

Addysen B. - Troop 753

Keelyn G. - Troop 753

Aubree M. - Troop 622

Emerson E. - Troop 538

Eliana S. - Troop 457

Emma C. - Troop 457

Grayce W. - Troop 432

Bella N. - Troop 284

Brielle W. - Troop 230

Kodi O. - Troop 226

Brooke B. - Troop 185

Piper A. - Troop 161

Aubrey S. - Troop 131

Alivia B. - Troop 109

Annabelle B. - Troop 764

Alisyn J. - Troop 1229

Charlea S. - Troop 20323

Delaney C. - Troop 622

Emma M. - Troop 330

Morgan C. - Juliette

Brooklyn T. - Troop 40116

Mila S. - Troop 1249

Iris Y. - Troop 892

Payton A. - Troop 51566

Danica D. - Troop 10269

Charlie D. - Troop 10071

Emma L. - Troop 185

Hailey R. - Troop 20541

Mckinley C. - Troop 7142

Addison D. - Troop 858

Aleyda H. - Troop 618

Cambri B. - Troop 350

Olivia J. - Troop 185

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