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2011 Summer Fun Guide

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Look inside for spectacular ways to spend your summer ‌ great camps, adventure trips, and special summer events!


welcome to a super summer! Dear Parent/Guardian: Are you looking for a summer adventure for your girl? Does she want to spend a week with friends, both new and old? Is she ready for an outdoor adventure? Girl Scout camp awaits her! She can learn something new; go on an adventure trip; or spend a week swimming, singing, and exploring nature. Your camper is sure to have a great time with Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines this summer. Each week at camp we will celebrate how our founder Juliette Gordon Low and other great women—who believed they could make a difference and achieved the difference Our Resident Camps . . . . . . . . . . . 3

they wanted to see—have inspired each of us to believe in ourselves.

Girl Scout Leadership Experience . 4

When your girl goes to camp—whether in the outdoors or on a road trip—she will build

Group and Troop Camp . . . . . . . . . 4

courage, confidence, and character. Camp is designed to empowHER every girl with the

Weekly Camp Themes . . . . . . . . . . 5

chance to succeed, build friendships, challenge herself, and have fun.

Day Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Frequently Asked Questions . . . . . 6 Camps At-a-Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Special Summer Events . . . . . . . . 10 Camp Graham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Camp Hardee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Camp Mary Atkinson. . . . . . . . . . . 20 Horse Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

compromise, and make decisions for herself. • With other girls, she will create a community that values differences.

Adventure Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

• And, she will discover the power and fun of being a girl!

Registering and Paying . . . . . . . . . 27 Campership Information . . . . . . . . 28 Camp Registration Form . . . . . . . . 29 Campership Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Open Houses . . . . . . . . . . back cover

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• She will increase her circle of friends, lead a group, follow others,

Leadership Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Camp Xtras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

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icipating in a Girl Scou By part t sum me r ad • She will grow in self-confidence and know ve that her voice counts. nt ur e.. • She will support others and be supported. .

SEE YOU THIS SUMMER! D eanna renee keli Keli Diewald

Deanna Ludwick

Renee Pelletier

Camp Director Camp Graham

Camp Director Camp Mary Atkinson

Camp Director Camp Hardee and Camp Pretty Pond

join the team! Have fun at camp and get paid too! Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is hiring staff for our resident camps. Positions include unit counselors, waterfront staff, program staff, kitchen staff, and health supervisors. Staff receive a salary, meals and housing, and training. If you are 18 or older and would like to know more about job opportunities, contact the camp director at 1.800.284.4475 or visit www.nccoastalpines.org. Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer.


our resident camps For more information on our camps, visit www.nccoastalpines.org

camp graham Camp Graham is located on scenic Kerr Lake in Vance County. The camp consists of 155 acres of lake frontage, open areas, and woodlands. The four camping units (two tent units and two cabin units) have shelters, picnic tables, and fire grills. The waterfront proves to be most popular during resident camp, giving campers a chance to swim, canoe, and sail. Other camp amenities include lake trails, volleyball courts, an archery range, the tie-dye studio, and lots of open space to play and explore. For more information on Camp Graham, contact the camp director at 1.800.284.4475, ext. 3345.

camp mary atkinson Camp Mary Atkinson is located near Clayton, N.C., in Johnston County. The camp consists of 262 acres of woodlands. The four camping units (two tent units and two cabin units) have shelters, picnic tables, and fire grills. Camp Mary Atkinson is home to the challenge-by-choice Alpine Tower, a summer horse program, and

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the Girl Scout Leadership Center. Other camp favorites include a

Camp Hardee is located southeast of Washington, N.C., on the

zero-entry swimming pool, pond for canoeing, nature trails, tennis

south side of the Pamlico River. The camp consists of 95 acres

courts, archery range, and much more! For more information on

with river frontage, woodlands, and open space. The four camping

Camp Mary Atkinson, contact the camp director at

units have electricity, air conditioning, picnic tables, and grills.

1.800.284.4475, ext. 3314.

Other facilities on site include the resident camp dining hall,

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swimming pool, volleyball court, infirmary, and archery range—and the Pamlico River offering canoeing, kayaking, and sailing. Roller and ice skating rinks, a state park, and other resource facilities may also be used for resident camp. For more information on Camp Hardee, contact the camp director at 1.800.284.4475, ext. 3384.

“ I love this camp!”

Camp Pretty Pond is a 135-acre campsite located in Brunswick County, approximately 18 miles southwest of Wilmington, N.C. This site has a continuous, paved path that runs throughout the camp. One tent unit and two cabin units are available. Campers enjoy amenities such as a swimming pool, pond, volleyball court, archery range, crafts hut, and more! For more information on Camp Pretty Pond, contact the camp director at 1.800.284.4475, ext. 3384.

Camp Standards Camp Graham, Camp Hardee, Camp Mary Atkinson, and Camp Pretty Pond are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA), a national organization that sets high standards for the health and safety of campers and staff and the delivery of quality programs. In addition to meeting the established standards for health, safety, program, and personnel set by state and local governments and Girl Scouts of the USA, all of our camps meet the standards set by the ACA. 2O 1 1 SU M M ER F U N G U I D E

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mark your calendar

February 16, 2011 Online registration ONLY opens for currently registered members of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines February 23, 2011 Processing of mailed registrations begins for currently registered members of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines. Please mail your registration form to arrive just before this date. March 2, 2011 Processing of registrations begins for non-Girl Scouts or members of other Girl Scout councils April 6, 2011 Campership requests deadline Camp Confirmation Packets e-mailed to registered campers April 29, 2011 Final balance deadline

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May 18, 2011 Health history and other required forms deadline

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Girl Scout Leadership Experience Camp is full of fun activities—archery, swimming, climbing the Alpine Tower, eating in the dining hall, cooking out, and making friends. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is central to our summer resident camp program. Through activities and experiences, girls will gain skills to become leaders who are inspired to make the world a better place. Activities may include working on Girl Scout Journeys, grade level awards, and patches. All campers will receive a camp patch.

Group and Troop Camp! Troops and groups, complete with leaders, spend time exploring the wilds of Camp Graham or Camp Hardee while participating in swimming, sailing, or canoeing, and enjoying other fun camp activities depending upon which camp your Girl Scouts decide to attend. Weeklong and mini-sessions are designed for a group of girls and adults to attend resident camp as a unit. Stay for a weeklong session, arriving Sunday afternoon and leaving Friday afternoon. For a minisession, spend three days at camp having a great time. At Group and Troop Camp, girls camp in groups and attend with their troop/group leader or other adults. The resident camp provides a “core” staff, including camp director, lifeguards, health supervisor, arts and crafts director, and dining hall staff. Each group has the opportunity to plan some of their own activities and can also participate in some waterfront, sports, crafts, and allcamp sessions led by the camp staff. Meals are prepared for you in the dining hall. Training is provided for Group Camp leaders before you’re off to camp. It really is the best of all worlds—a camping experience away from home, camping with your closest troop/group buddies, and meeting new girls from other areas at camp. Camp Graham Group Camp dates: • June 16–18, 2011 (mini-session) • June 19–24, 2011 • June 26–July 1, 2011 • July 3–8, 2011 • July 10–15, 2011 • July 17–22, 2011 • July 24–29, 2011 Camp Hardee Troop Camp dates: • June 15–17, 2011 (mini-session) • August 14–16, 2011 (mini-session)


weekly campthemes Girl Scouts is committed to building leaders of courage, confidence and character. Each week at camp we will celebrate how Juliette Gordon Low and other great women believed they could make a difference, achieved the difference they wanted to see, and have inspired each of us to believe in ourselves. By being empowHERed, we can all be: Advocates – Will you be able to save the world? Everyone needs to pitch in to make the world a better place. Learn how to use your voice and talents to empower others. You’ll have so much fun you’ll want to spread the word to family and friends when you get home.

Survivors – Imagine yourself deserted with nothing but the few things you can carry with you. This week at camp, explore what it takes to be a survivor—whether on an island, in the woods, or in the Arctic North. Come ready to explore!

Explorers – Be bold and adventurous! Imagine a time when there were no roads and no cities. Yesterday’s explorers changed all of that and developed new pathways. You too can explore the possibilities at camp. Discover your interests through music, art, games, boating, and much more!

Trailblazers – Have you ever plotted a trip on a map, figuring out the best routes to take and the places to stop along the way? You can blaze your own trail of fun at camp this week, experiencing your favorite camp activities and enjoying new ones!

Mariners – Imagine setting sail and exploring the ocean blue! Ancient mariners navigated by the sun and stars, without modern navigation aids. Come to camp and learn new water skills, as you enjoy the wonders of water and the exciting life of a mariner! Pathfinders – Help your campmates find or make a path to the most fun at summer camp. You’ll explore and discover the wonders of camp while finding a new path. Are you ready for the challenge? Performers – Singing, dancing, and acting are just a few types of performances to explore, but at camp this week all the world’s a stage. No matter what you do, you’ll be a star! Get ready to strut your stuff and give it your all! Pioneers – What was it like before telephones, television, and computers? Relive the days of our ancestors by trying some “new” old things with your new friends. Will you persevere like the pioneers?

Trendsetters – What’s popular today started with someone’s idea yesterday! Trendsetters are all around … in the news, at school, on the Web, and, even back in history. This week you’ll be the trendsetters of tomorrow. What trend will you inspire?

Please refer to each camp’s pages for information in regard to weekly themes for that site. Themes will rotate based on campsite and week of camp.

delightfuldaycamps! Looking for additional camp opportunities? Consider attending a Girl Scout Day Camp. Day camps (and some twilight camps) typically serve girls ages 7–17 with either daylong or early evening programming. Teens have the special opportunity to serve as Program Aides at some camps. Girl Scout day camps are offered at various locations throughout the council and provide an entertaining and enlightening experience for you to explore, try new things, and meet new friends. Check our website at www.nccoastalpines.org or with your membership director in March 2011 for information regarding day camp offerings. “ C A N ’ T

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS frequently

asked questions

Q: Who can attend Girl Scout resident camp? A:

Camp is open to all girls entering grades 2–12 regardless of race, religion, ability, national origin, or socioeconomic factors. All programs are open to Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts. Some programs may have prerequisites, which must be met to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of the camper.

Q: My camper is not a member of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines but would like to attend camp. Can she attend, and are there additional fees? A:

Girl Scout camps are open to all girls. Girls who are not members of Girl Scouts of the USA by February 1, 2011, pay an additional fee of $75 per camp session (which is due with the initial deposit). Girls who are members of councils other than Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines pay an additional fee of $60 per camp session (which is due with the initial deposit).

Q: Where will the campers sleep? A:

Girls are grouped in units. Depending on their program choice, girls may sleep in cabins or platform tents. Each unit has trained counselors housed in separate quarters within the living unit, but close enough to supervise campers. Counselors sleep in the same cabin in select sessions at Camp Hardee. These sessions are noted in the description.

Q: Can my camper attend camp with a buddy/friend? A.

Yes, we would love for girls to attend camp with a buddy. Space is available on the registration form for the buddy’s name to be listed, but a camper may request only one buddy. Both girls need to be in the same age group, and both must register for the same session. Sorry, we cannot honor requests for more than one buddy.

Q: What are camp staff like? Are they trained?

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Camp staff are enthusiastic, talented, and caring. They are selected based on their maturity, program experience, and genuine desire to work with girls. All counselors are at least 18 years old. Before camp begins, staff attend an intensive on-site training, which includes activity programming, outdoor skills, songs, games, first aid and safety, emergency procedures, team building, program age level characteristics, dealing with homesickness, and much more.

Q: Are camp staff local? A:

Most camp staff are from North Carolina. However, we work with Camp Counselors USA to recruit diverse staff from many different countries around the world. These staff members share their culture with the campers through camp activities.


Q: My potential camper has special needs. Can she come to camp? A:

Each year, many girls with special needs are able to participate in our camp program. Girls must be able to function in a 6:1 girl-to-adult ratio. Special needs may include physical, medical, developmental, dietary, behavioral, or communicative. It is our hope to be able to serve all girls wishing to attend resident camp. Providing a safe and positive experience to all campers is of utmost importance to us. The council reserves the right to make decisions of participation based on the extent of the girl’s special needs and our ability to meet those needs in the camp setting, as well as other factors as deemed appropriate. We are concerned about the health and safety of all campers, and we want to ensure we have appropriate professional and medical services to meet their needs. Please contact the camp director at 1.800.284.4475 to discuss the camp program and nature of your girl’s needs before registering for camp.

Q: Can my camper call home during the week? A:

“Camp was so much fu fun!” Q: What happens if my camper has a difficult time adjusting to camp? A:

Q: What measures are taken to ensure my child’s safety while at camp? A:

No. We encourage independence and self-reliance. Campers are not permitted to make or receive phone calls. The camp director will contact parents if the camper has a medical problem, is excessively homesick, or has an emergency. Please let your child know before camp that she will not be able to call home and that you are comfortable with this. It is important that you do not send your child to camp with a cell phone, as there is little or no coverage— and, most importantly, it will send a conflicting message to other campers. We are partners with you in your child’s summer experience, and we hope that you will support us in making camp happy and fun for everyone.

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No. To help maintain program continuity and ensure the safety of campers, visitors are allowed at camp during open house and arrival and departure hours only.

Q: What is a typical day at camp? A:

The day’s schedule will vary based on the camp and program but will be similar to the following: 7:00 a.m. Wake Up 8:00 a.m. Breakfast/Flag Ceremony/Kapers 9:30 a.m. Morning Activities 12:30 p.m. Lunch and Downtime 2:30 p.m. Afternoon Activities/Unit Time 6:00 p.m. Dinner/Flag Ceremony 7:15 p.m. All Camp Activity 9:30 p.m. Lights Out

We are dedicated to providing safe and secure camps for our campers. Each camp follows the guidelines set by the American Camp Association as well as those set by Girl Scouts of the USA through Safety Activity Checkpoints. Staff are housed in close proximity to camper cabins and tents, and buildings and grounds are checked nightly. All camp staff and adults spending the night at camp must successfully complete a criminal background check.

Q: If our plans change, how do I cancel my child’s session and get a refund?

Q: Can we visit during a camp session? A:

Camp staff will do everything possible to help girls adjust to camp life. However, resident camp staff reserve the right to send any girl home who consistently exhibits inappropriate behavior or endangers herself or others. The girl’s parent/guardian is responsible for picking her up, and fees will not be refunded.

If your plans change and your camper can no longer attend her camp session, please notify the council’s camp registrar as soon as possible. Once you register for a session, you have made a commitment to that session and are responsible for payment in full. No refunds are available unless you have a medical emergency with a written doctor’s statement or the session has a waitlist and we can fill your camper’s space. In those cases, a refund minus the non-refundable deposit will be considered. Please see page 28 for our full refund and cancellation policy.

Q: When is the last day to register for camp? A:

Camp registrations will be accepted until two weeks prior to the session your camper wishes to attend. After April 29, registration must include payment in full. For late registrations, please note that your camper must have a doctor’s signature on her health history form in order to attend camp.

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START DATE

END DATE

LOCATION

SESSION NAME

GRADES

PRICE

PAGE #

6/12/11

6/17/11

Mary Atkinson

Art-a-palooza

6–10

$220

20

6/12/11

6/17/11

Mary Atkinson

Mission to Mars

2–5

$220

20

6/12/11

6/17/11

Mary Atkinson

Ponytails

4–5

$365

23

6/12/11

6/24/11

Mary Atkinson

Counselor In Training II

12

$275

24

6/12/11

6/24/11

Mary Atkinson

Wrangler In Training II

11–12

$275

24

6/14/11

6/17/11

Pretty Pond

Surf’s Up

7–12

$335

25

6/15/11

6/17/11

Hardee

I Will Survive

1–5

$60

16

6/16/11

6/18/11

Graham

Kerribbean Cruise

9–12

$115

12

6/16/11

6/18/11

Graham

Make New Friends; Keep the Old

2–3

$110

12

6/16/11

6/18/11

Graham

Program Aide: Rocks

7–9

$110

24

6/16/11

6/18/11

Graham

So Happy Together!

2–8

$110

12

6/16/11

6/18/11

Graham

The Camp Mosaic

4–5

$110

12

6/19/11

6/24/11

Mary Atkinson

CMA’s Greatest Hits

2–6

$220

20

6/19/11

6/24/11

Graham

Counselor In Training I

11–12

$160

24

6/19/11

6/24/11

Mary Atkinson

Horsenapped

6–8

$365

23

6/19/11

6/24/11

Hardee

Leave Your Mark

6–8

$220

16

6/19/11

6/24/11

Graham

Outdoor Adventurer

2–3

$220

13

6/19/11

6/24/11

Hardee

Outdoors and S’more!

2–3

$220

16

6/19/11

6/24/11

Graham

Outdoors Women

4–5

$220

13

6/19/11

6/24/11

Graham

Put Me in Coach!

4–5

$220

13

6/19/11

6/24/11

Mary Atkinson

Reach for the Stars

6–9

$220

20

6/19/11

6/24/11

Hardee

Skating Blaze

4–5

$240

16

6/19/11

6/24/11

Graham

Wonderful Women

6–10

$220

13

6/25/11

6/25/11

Wake County

Creative Scrap-a-ganza!

All

$7

10

6/26/11

7/1/11

Mary Atkinson

All Aboard for a Culinary Adventure

4–5

$220

21

6/26/11

7/1/11

Graham

Artist Escape

4–5

$220

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6/26/11

7/1/11

Graham

Art-Rageous

2–3

$220

6/26/11

7/1/11

Graham

Break a Leg!

6–8

$220

13

6/26/11

7/1/11

Mary Atkinson

Counselor In Training I

11–12

$160

24

6/26/11

7/8/11

Graham

Counselor In Training II

12

$275

24

6/26/11

7/1/11

Hardee

Dashing Divas

9–12

$220

16

6/26/11

7/1/11

Hardee

Fun, Fashion & Fads

4–5

$220

16

6/26/11

7/1/11

Mary Atkinson

Horsing Around

4–5

$365

23

6/26/11

7/1/11

Hardee

Make Over My Space

6–8

$220

16

6/26/11

7/1/11

Graham

Saddle Gals

5–8

$365

23

6/26/11

7/1/11

Mary Atkinson

Splish, Splash

2–9

$220

21

6/26/11

7/1/11

Mary Atkinson

Wrangler In Training I

10–12

$160

24

7/3/11

7/8/11

Mary Atkinson

Gold Rush

2–5

$240

21

7/3/11

7/8/11

Graham

Movers and Shakers

2–3

$220

14

7/3/11

7/8/11

Graham

Ridin’ Along

4–6

$365

23

7/3/11

7/8/11

Graham

Trails, Tales, and Tents

6–8

$220

14

7/3/11

7/8/11

Mary Atkinson

Wagon Wheels and Outdoor Deals

6–8

$220

21

7/5/11

7/9/11

Hardee

Baltimore Bound!

7–12

$335

25

7/8/11

7/9/11

Mary Atkinson

Just Us Girls!

1–5

$40

10

7/10/11

7/15/11

Graham

Aqua-Fest

2–3

$220

14

7/10/11

7/15/11

Mary Atkinson

Babysitter’s Island Adventure

6–8

$240

21

7/10/11

7/15/11

Graham

Camp Graham Regatta

9–12

$220

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START DATE

END DATE

LOCATION

SESSION NAME

GRADES

PRICE

PAGE #

7/10/11

7/15/11

Mary Atkinson

Castaway Island

2–5

$220

21

7/10/11

7/15/11

Hardee

Explore Camp!

2–3

$220

17

7/10/11

7/15/11

Graham

Fins, Footloose, and Fancy Free

6–10

$220

14

7/10/11

7/15/11

Hardee

Get Moving

4–5

$220

17

7/10/11

7/15/11

Mary Atkinson

Hoofing It

4–5

$365

23

7/10/11

7/15/11

Mary Atkinson

Power Aide: Power Up

8–12

$220

24

7/10/11

7/15/11

Hardee

Starry Night

6–8

$220

17

7/10/11

7/15/11

Graham

Tack–N–Trail

4–6

$365

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7/16/11

7/16/11

New Hanover County

Creative Scrap-a-ganza!

All

$7

7/17/11

7/22/11

Mary Atkinson

Flare for Fashion

2–8

$220

22

7/17/11

7/22/11

Graham

Horse Whisperer

4–6

$365

23

7/17/11

7/22/11

Graham

Immunity Challenge

6–10

$220

15

7/17/11

7/22/11

Mary Atkinson

L.E.A.P. (Lead, Experience, Apply, Prepare)

9–10

$185

24

7/17/11

7/22/11

Hardee

Off the Beaten Path

4–5

$220

17

7/17/11

7/22/11

Hardee

Pirate Queens

6–8

$220

17

7/17/11

7/22/11

Graham

Program Aide Speciality: Watercraft

9–12

$220

24

7/17/11

7/22/11

Graham

Ropes, Rafts, and Roughing It

8–12

$335

25

7/17/11

7/22/11

Mary Atkinson

Step It Up

5–8

$365

23

7/17/11

7/22/11

Graham

The Amazing Race

4–5

$220

15

7/17/11

7/22/11

Mary Atkinson

The Show Must Go On

4–6

$220

22

7/17/11

7/22/11

Hardee

Walking on Sunshine

2–3

$220

17

7/21/11

7/22/11

Raleigh Little Theatre

I Dream of Drama 2011 Overnighter

4–8

$50

11

7/24/11

7/29/11

Mary Atkinson

Boots and Saddles

4–6

$365

23

7/24/11

7/29/11

Graham

Camping Divas

4–5

$220

15

7/24/11

7/29/11

Hardee

Cowgirl Campfire

4–5

$220

18

7/24/11

7/29/11

Graham

Dreamweavers

4–5

$220

15

7/24/11

7/29/11

Graham

Fairies and Dreams

2–3

$220

15

7/24/11

7/29/11

Hardee

How the West Was Fun!

2–3

$220

18

7/24/11

7/29/11

Graham

L.E.A.P. (Lead, Experience, Apply, Prepare)

9–10

$185

24

7/24/11

7/29/11

Mary Atkinson

Midnight Sun

2–5

$220

22

7/24/11

7/29/11

Hardee

North to Alaska

6–8

$220

18

7/24/11

7/29/11

Mary Atkinson

Owls of the Enchanted Forest

9–12

$220

22

7/24/11

7/29/11

Graham

Picture This!

6–10

$220

15

7/24/11

7/29/11

Mary Atkinson

Time Travelers

6–8

$220

22

7/31/11

8/3/11

Mary Atkinson

Horse Sampler

4–6

$245

23

7/31/11

8/3/11

Mary Atkinson

Why Go Green?

2–5

$160

22

7/31/11

8/5/11

Hardee

All the World’s a Stage

6–8

$220

18

7/31/11

8/5/11

Hardee

Boogie Wonderland

2–3

$220

18

7/31/11

8/5/11

Mary Atkinson

Discover the Leader in You

6–8

$330

24

7/31/11

8/5/11

Graham

Llama Trek

8–12

$335

25

7/31/11

8/5/11

Hardee

Rock Star

4–5

$220

18

8/6/11

8/6/11

Mary Atkinson

Me and You! (Favorite Guy)

All

$10

11

8/7/11

8/9/11

Graham

Summer Vacation

6–12

$170

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8/7/11

8/12/11

Hardee

Come Sail Away

9–12

$220

8/7/11

8/12/11

Hardee

Dew Drops

2–3

$220

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8/7/11

8/12/11

Hardee

Dock of the Bay

6–8

$220

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8/7/11

8/12/11

Hardee

Rock the Boat

4–5

$220

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8/13/11

8/13/11

Wake County

Carolina Mudcats Game ONLY

All

$7

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8/13/11

8/13/11

Wake County

Carolina Mudcats Game and Meal

All

$13

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8/14/11

8/16/11

Hardee

Characters Welcome

1–5

$60

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8/26/11

8/26/11

Durham County

Durham Bulls Game ONLY

All

$10

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8/26/11

8/27/11

Durham County

Durham Bulls Game and GS Overnighter

All

$22

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special summer

events 2011 These events will knock your socks off!

Creative Scrap-a-ganza! June 25, 2:00–5:00 p.m., Wake County July 16, 1:00–3:00 p.m., New Hanover County For all girls $7/girl, $3/adult Learn scrapbooking techniques and terminology while creating your own one-of-a-kind scrapbook! You provide the blank book and photos; we’ll provide the embellishments (papers, stickers, stampers, ribbon, rub-ons, and more!). Girl Scout Brownies will earn the Scrapbooking Try-It, Girl Scout Juniors will earn the Creative Scrapbooking badge, and Girl Scout Daisies and Teens will receive a Scrapbooking patch.

Just Us Girls!

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July 8–9 For girls entering grades 1–5 and their favorite gal pal (age 18+) $40/girl; $40/adult Share the camp experience with a fun friend. You will enjoy the amenities of Camp Mary Atkinson during this one-night adventure. Conquer the pond in a canoe or with a fishing pole. Relax by the pool, make a craft, take a hike, or challenge yourself on the Alpine Tower (for those 10 years or older). You will be in charge of your adventures when you sign up for activities run by camp staff. Enjoy home-cooked meals and fresh fruit and salad bars. Sing songs, make S’mores, and create new memories for the two of you! Sisters welcome; tents and cabins will be shared with other girls and adults. All overnight adults must be registered Girl Scouts and have successfully completed a criminal background check.

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I Dream of Drama 2011 Raleigh Little Theatre Overnighter July 21, 6:30 p.m.–8:00 a.m., July 22 For girls entering grades 4–8 $50/girl Join us for a night of fun at the Raleigh Little Theatre! Attend a production of “GOONEY BIRD GREENE and HER TRUE LIFE ADVENTURES,” based on the books by Lois Lowry. Summer vacation is over and school is back in session, but the students of Watertower Middle School are having trouble concentrating. They are utterly bored until new student Gooney Bird Greene arrives wearing pajamas and cowboy boots. She dresses in outrageous outfits and casts herself as the hero in the most outlandish stories ever, including how she arrived by flying carpet. Her storytelling flair both excites and inspires her classmates, and class is never the same again! Join the talented Teens On Stage Conservatory for this zany show. Afterwards, enjoy a Q & A session with the cast and crew, three theatre workshops, a late-night pizza snack, and a sleepover at the theatre, complete with a light breakfast! A limited number of adults are needed to chaperone this event at the discounted price of $40. E-mail dwelker@nccoastalpines.org if you are interested. All overnight adults must be registered Girl Scouts and have successfully completed a criminal background check.

Me and You! (Favorite Guy) August 6 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. For all girls and their favorite adult guy pal (age 18+) $10/girl; $10/adult Share a day at Camp Mary Atkinson with your favorite guy! Choose what you want to do—as long as you do it together. Swim in the pool, canoe in the pond, make a craft, take a hike, or just relax. Camp is a great place to hang out together and share new experiences. You might even want to challenge yourselves on the Alpine Tower (for those 10 years or older). Lunch will be served in the Leadership Center, camp style. Come make some new memories for the two of you. The adult male attending must be 18 years or older (i.e., dads, brothers, uncles), be registered, and have successfully completed a criminal background check.

Carolina Mudcats Game August 13 For all girls and their families $7/person for game only $13/person for ticket and Muddy Meal Take me out to the ball game … to see the Carolina Mudcats take on the Montgomery Biscuits! Come enjoy family fun in the sun at Five County Stadium. Each attending Girl Scout receives a patch and a fun goodie.

Durham Bulls Game and Girl Scout Overnighter August 26 For all girls and their families $10/person for game only $22/person for game and overnighter (includes meals) Don’t miss our annual Girl Scout Overnighter with the Durham Bulls! Participate in the infield parade for Girl Scouts, cheer on the Durham Bulls as they play the Charlotte Knights, enjoy a great fireworks show, and then camp in the outfield. Troops and accompanying family members may attend the game, but only troops may spend the night (girl members and appropriate adult leadership). Each ticket holder receives a patch and a fun goodie. Overnight participants receive dinner and breakfast vouchers for meals at the park. All adults staying overnight with girls must have successfully completed a criminal background check, and troops are responsible for having a troop first aider at the event.

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CAMPGRAHAM Camp Graham is located on beautiful Kerr Lake, which is the main hive of activity for campers while at camp. All campers will get to enjoy the waterfront, whether they are swimming, canoeing, kayaking, or sailing (based on swim ability levels). Every camper will have the opportunity to participate in the camp’s traditions and create a tie-dyed T-shirt, make some other crafts, explore the wide-open spaces, and enjoy all that camp has to offer. Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors can also take aim at the archery range. Campers will stay in either platform tents or cabins, based on session.

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Camp Kaleidoscope Returns to Camp Graham! For the past 32 years, Camp Kaleidoscope has been a huge part of Camp Graham. Through Camp Kaleidoscope, chronically ill children are given a chance to take a break from hospitals and have fun in the outdoors.

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The boys and girls who attend Camp Kaleidoscope have non-communicable chronic diseases such as cancer, asthma, kidney disease, or heart disease. Doctors, nurses, and other professionals from the Department of Pediatrics at Duke University Medical Center spend the week with the campers in the Kaleidoscope Program. They participate in all aspects of camp.

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For most of these kids, going to Camp Graham is their first camping experience— because they cannot go camping without doctors, nurses, therapists, and special equipment. Without the Kaleidoscope program, many of the children would never have a chance to experience the fun of summer camp. This year, girls and boys in the Camp Kaleidoscope program will be at Camp Graham the weeks of July 3–8, July 10–15, and July 17���22.

Make New Friends; Keep the Old For girls entering grades 2–3 Bring your favorite teddy bear (or stuffed animal) with you to share this great camp experience with an old friend—while you make some new pals. Teddy and you are sure to make a few new friends as you set out and explore the fun at camp.

The Camp Mosaic For girls entering grades 4–5 The picture of camp is made up of little parts and pieces, just like a mosaic. At this mini-session you will get to explore the camp while making your own camp mosaic.

So Happy Together For sisters entering grades 2–8 You and your sister will be so happy together here at camp. Experience the sights and sounds of camp, make a special sister craft, and explore what makes your sister so fun and fabulous! Sisters will sleep in platform tents with other sister pairs.

Kerribbean Cruise For girls entering grades 9–12 Do you love sailing? Are you looking for a new and challenging sailing experience? In this mini session, spend a full day exploring Kerr Lake on Camp Graham’s Sunfish. All sailors must have previous sailing experience.


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JUNE 19–24 – PIONEERS

J U N E 2 6 – J U LY 1 – P E R F O R M E R S

Outdoor Adventurer

Art-Rageous

For girls entering grades 2–3 What’s a color hike? An alphabet hike? Come to camp and find out! Learn about trail signs so you can follow them to a surprise treasure. Cook out over the campfire and enjoy forging your own trail here at camp.

For girls entering grades 2–3 Come to camp for an outrageous time as you paint, draw, stamp, and mold projects. Discover your artist within, as you use the beautiful surroundings as your inspiration and make new friends along the way. Don’t forget your smock.

Outdoors Women For girls entering grades 4–5 Do you want to set out and be a camp pioneer? During this week at camp, find the great explorer within you. Cook a breakfast and dinner over the fire and try your hand at navigating, using a compass and the stars as your guide. Complete the week with a hunt for the treasures you can find.

Put Me in Coach! For girls entering grades 4–5 Every day will be filled with sports and games during this camp session. Have relay races on land and in the lake, try volleyball, and create your own team game. Who knows, you could change the history of games! When not on the field, enjoy some downtime rejuvenating your mind and body at the “Camp Graham Spa.”

Artist Escape For girls entering grades 4–5 Break away from summer boredom by coming to camp and letting out the artist within. Make nature crafts, paint a camp scene, and more as you escape to beautiful Camp Graham. What escape would be complete without journeying to the “Camp Graham Spa” to take a break and relax.

Break a Leg! For girls entering grades 6–8 Listen to the music! Got the beat? Put your make-up on and try an improv skit. Create a costume, design a set, and be a star in a dramatic dance production. Your group will perform for the camp and enjoy being the stars of the stage!

Wonderful Women For girls entering grades 6–10 What made Juliette Gordon Low so great? Discover how you can be like her and other extraordinary women. You and the wonderful women with you this week will take some time to explore your power within, find ways to organize your world, and pamper yourself.

See page 23 for Horse Camp and page 24 for Leadership Camp!

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CAMPGRAHAM J U LY 1 0 – 1 5 – M A R I N E R S

Aqua-Fest For girls entering grades 2–3 During this festival of water you will experience water fun at the lake and on land. Study the water life, fish, wade, and hike to the special cove to explore the lake’s wildlife. Be on the lookout for the “Camp Water Fairies”!

Fins, Footloose, and Fancy Free For girls entering grades 6–10 Don’t forget to bring your fins to camp as we explore the waterfront and much more! When you aren’t at the water, dance the night away, play sports and games, sing songs, and explore the campsite. You and your mates decide what to do each day. Will you be busy as bees or footloose and fancy free?

J U LY 3 – 8 – PAT H F I N D E R S

Movers and Shakers For girls entering grades 2–3 Movers and shakers are often those who changed history! Come to camp this week and move around. You and other pathfinders will set out and explore the wide open spaces, go on a scavenger hunt for treasure, and get your dancing feet on. Spend some time exploring your dancer within.

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Trails, Tales, and Tents

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For girls entering grades 6–8 Forge your own trail at camp this week. You and other trailblazers will learn about orienteering, living on the trail, and backpacking. One night you and other pathfinders will pack up and venture out to find your way to your own campsite—where you will set up tents to sleep out in the wild, check out the great stars, enjoy S’mores, and go back with some great tales to tell!

Camp Graham Regatta For girls entering grades 9–12 Make history on Kerr Lake as we bring back a Camp Graham classic! Come learn and test your sailing skills during this week. Be a crewmember of the Hunter or Sunfish boat. See how your team will do in races against the others in your group and against the Camp Graham staff. Will you take home a first-place ribbon? All racers must be able to swim 50 yards and tread water for five minutes to participate in this session.


CAMP GRAHAM

“ I had awesome experiences, and I would do it again!” J U LY 1 7– 2 2 – S U R V I V O R S

J U LY 2 4 – 2 9 – T R E N D S E T T E R S

The Amazing Race

Fairies and Dreams

For girls entering grades 4–5 Join us in the camp race this week. Set out with teammates to follow clues to daily “pit stops” where you will complete tasks from fun and games to trivia and crafts. Will your team come in first? Come ready to race!

For girls entering grades 2–3 At camp this week you will be on the lookout for the “Camp Fairies.” You and your fairy friends will have a tea party (don’t forget your fancy dress), go on a fairy quest, and create your own fairy look (complete with your wand), while you make your camp dreams come true.

Immunity Challenge For girls entering grades 6–10 Are you ready to face team challenges? You and your team will explore the outdoors, participate in teambuilding activities, and see what Camp Graham has to offer—as you compete in daily challenges leading up to the “Ultimate Team Challenge.”

Dreamweavers For girls entering grades 4–5 Dream a little dream of camp! During this week work to make some of your camp dreams come true. Make a dream box, write a story, and create your own dream catcher. Dream big!

Camping Divas For girls entering grades 4–5 This is your chance to come and create. You and the diva crew will work on making the best fashions and trends, star in your own fashion show, learn some makeup techniques, and just hang out with the rest of the diva crew in the “Camp Graham Spa.”

Picture This! For girls entering grades 6–10 Cameras help us capture the magic of life. The images create a history of the places you see and document the trends as they are set. In this session, help capture camp trends and magic by working with your team to create a documentary of camp life.

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CAMPHARDEE Camp Hardee’s campers stay in air-conditioned cabins while enjoying their fun camp sessions. All girls participate in arts & crafts and swimming in the pool. Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors will have the chance to try archery. The camp is situated on the Pamlico River, and all campers get to canoe. Some sessions allow campers to kayak or sail, depending on the session description. In some sessions counselors will sleep in cabins with the campers.

JUNE 15–17 – SURVIVORS

J U N E 2 6 – J U LY 1 – T R E N D S E T T E R S

I Will Survive

Fun, Fashion & Fads

For girls entering grades 1–5 Come spend a groovy time at camp with your troop! You will sing around the campfire, go canoeing, make a craft, and dance the night away at a disco dance party. Troops will have time to do their own thing too. Troops may have to share cabins with other troops.

For girls entering grades 4–5 Fads in clothing, in music, and in every area of our lives come and go. At camp learn about the fashion industry, while you have fun with other fashionistas designing the next camp trend. Who knows … you might see everyone wearing your fad next summer! Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

Make Over My Space JUNE 19–24 – TRAILBLAZERS

Outdoors and S’more! For girls entering grades 2–3 Can’t decide which session to choose? Want to sample it all? Then this session is for you! Come to camp and roast S’mores over the fire, sing songs, canoe, make a tie-dye T-shirt, and try other great crafts. Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

Skating Blaze

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For girls entering grades 4–5 Grab a friend and blaze a trail to camp for lots of excitement in the skating rink. We will travel to a local roller-skating and iceskating rink on two separate afternoons. When back at camp, relax by the pool, try a polar bear swim, and make winter wonderland crafts.

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Leave Your Mark For girls entering grades 6–8 Girl Scouts always leave a place better than they found it, and the Earth is no exception! Have fun learning how to help our environment. Enjoy the beauty of camp while kayaking on the Pamilco River. Brainstorm some easy steps we can all take to stop global warming, and practice re-using and recycling to decrease the amount of trash going into landfills.

For girls entering grades 6–8 Are you tired of your dull and drab room? Do you wish you could make it snazzy without spending a fortune? Then come to camp! You will be stunned by the things you can do with very little money and a lot of imagination. Go home with new bedroom decorations and an action plan for your room. Don’t miss your chance to make over your old room for a new look!

Dashing Divas For girls entering grades 9–12 Come experience the trendy nightlife of Camp Hardee. Stay up really late one night for a midnight swim and a movie, and then sleep in the next morning. Spend your days lounging by the pool, cooking over a campfire, kayaking, and making a glow-inthe-dark T-shirt.


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J U LY 1 0 – 1 5 – E X P LO R E R S

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Explore Camp!

Walking on Sunshine

For girls entering grades 2–3 This terrific week is for campers who want to try everything. You will get to swim, canoe, make new friends, and sing camp songs! Go on a nature hike, explore the wonders of Camp Hardee, and learn all about the fun you can have at camp. Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

For girls entering grades 2–3 Come and take a walk in the sunshine at Camp Hardee! Learn about the importance of sunlight for the animals and plants that live there. Also, attend a fantastic luau dance party and sing songs around the campfire. Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

Get Moving For girls entering grades 4–5 Get moving and get energized! Learn about saving our energy resources, make a walking salad, canoe, make recycled paper, learn about energy-related careers, and more! This week is sure to inspire you with energy to make a difference in your community.

For girls entering grades 4–5 Get off the beaten path and relax at camp. Enjoy a facial and manicure while you relax and listen to soothing music. Wake up early one morning and have a peaceful yoga session while enjoying a view of the river. Make your own bath products, and learn some healthy skin care tips.

Starry Night

Pirate Queens

For girls entering grades 6–8 Do you like to gaze at the night sky? Have a blast exploring the night life of Camp Hardee! Go on a night swim, sit on the dock by the river to stargaze, and learn to identify constellations. Not all fun happens at night— spend your day playing in the pool, making glow-in-thedark T-shirts, and kayaking.

For girls entering grades 6–8 Do you want to be a pirate of the Caribbean? Search for hidden treasure, make your own pirate gear, and learn about famous pirates at this session. Also, learn how to shoot a bow and arrow and trade pirate tales around the campfire while eating S’mores.

Off the Beaten Path

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CAMPHARDEE

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“Camp is the best part of summer!”

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J U LY 2 4 – 2 9 – P I O N E E R S

J U LY 3 1 – A U G U S T 5 – P E R F O R M E R S

How the West Was Fun!

Boogie Wonderland

For girls entering grades 2–3 Come to Camp Hardee to swim, canoe, and play games. You will also make great crafts, cook around a campfire, and learn about some famous cowgirls! Attend the Camp Rodeo in your best cowgirl outfit, and have fun playing rodeo games. Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

For girls entering grades 2–3 Do you have all the right moves? Come shake your groove thing at camp! Learn some new dance moves, and show off your dancing skills for the rest of the camp. Try your hand at a synchronized swim routine in the pool too! Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

Cowgirl Campfire

Rock Star

For girls entering grades 4–5 Spend time around the campfire making new friends, sharing stories, and singing camp songs. Practice your outdoor cowgirl skills by cooking over a campfire, making trail mix, and learning to lasso. Learn about some of the famous cowgirls from history, and discover what they did to change the world!

For girls entering grades 4–5 Let your creative juices flow while you learn some fun dances, make an awesome tie-dye T-shirt, sing karaoke, and pamper yourself. After discovering your inner pop star, take a break with a manicure and facial. Come and make your own camp music!

North to Alaska

For girls entering grades 6–8 Try out your talents and discover all about being a star of the theatre. Learn about acting, stage make-up, set design, and costumes. Work on warm-up exercises, character building, and voice technique. At the end of the week put on a play for the whole camp.

For girls entering grades 6–8 Keep your cool in the summer sun as you learn about Alaska. Try an early-morning polar bear swim, learn some native Inuit games, and make your own ice cream. Top off the session with a dance party, movie night, and snow cones.

All the World’s a Stage


AUGUST 14–16 – CHARACTERS

Dew Drops

Characters Welcome

For girls entering grades 2–3 Come to Camp Hardee and enjoy the sun, sand, and water! Make a grass skirt, create seashell and sand art, swim in the pool, and enjoy a picnic lunch by the river. Counselors will stay in cabins with the campers.

For girls entering all grades 1–5 Troop leaders gather up all of your Girl Scouts and head to Camp Hardee to take advantage of the opportunity to participate in the programs provided by camp staff. Enjoy archery, canoeing, crafts, and team-building games to help build girls of courage, confidence, and character. Bring an outfit to dress like your favorite TV, film, or book character for our dance party. Troops will have time to do their own thing too. Troops may have to share cabins or tents with other troops.

Rock the Boat For girls entering grades 4–5 If you like the water, then this is the session for you! Have fun in the pool learning water games and racing in relays. Go canoeing and have a floating picnic lunch! Come have a rockin’ week at camp exploring the wonders of water.

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Dock of the Bay For girls entering grades 6–8 Spend your time boating on the river, swimming in the pool, singing karaoke, and lots of other fun activities. Learn how to canoe and kayak, and see what camp looks like from the Pamlico River. After you’re back on land, have a picnic lunch. At night, enjoy the view of the night sky while sitting on the dock.

Come Sail Away For girls entering grades 9–12 In this intermediate sailing program, learn that sailing is more than simply being pushed and pulled by the wind. For most people sailing is meeting new friends, enjoying nature’s beauty and challenge, and sharing a special fellowship with all boaters. In this session, campers will continue to learn all about boating safety, rigging, the wind, how a sail works, tacking, jibbing, capsize recoveries, steering, anchoring, and more. Campers will need to be able to swim 100 yards and tread water for five minutes.

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CAMPMARYATKINSON Camp Mary Atkinson is located near Clayton in Johnston County and is home to our challenge-by-choice Alpine Tower (for those who are 10 years or older); the bouldering Grotto; a summer horse program; and the Girl Scout Leadership Center featuring an airconditioned dining hall, stage, and technology center. Some campers will have the opportunity to perform on stage or discover more by using the computer lab. Other camp favorites include a zero-entry swimming pool, pond for canoeing, nature activities, tennis courts, crafts hut, and much more! Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors can also take aim at the archery range. Campers will participate in several all-camp activities during the week to connect with the whole camp community. Campers will stay in either platform tents or cabins, based on the session. *For sessions that are offered to multiple grade levels, girls will be grouped in living units according to age.

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Mission to Mars For girls entering grades 2–5 Be part of a team that will build a camp telescope and a smaller version of your own. While journeying through the stars, explore the science of space. Do you want to explore and reach for the stars?

Art-a-palooza For girls entering grades 6–10 Learn about different types of art—Web design, photography, and making crafts. Release your creative energy by making our very own Camp Mary Atkinson Web page using photos from your adventures at camp.

JUNE 19–24 – PERFORMERS

CMA’s Greatest Hits

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For girls entering grades 2–6 You’ll enjoy all of camp’s favorite games, songs, hikes, activities, and adventures. This is the week that anything goes and is packed with only the best of the best! What will be your #1 hit?

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See page 23 for Horse Camp and page 24 for Leadership Camp!

Reach for the Stars For girls entering grades 6–9 Life’s a stage, and you’re the star! You will shine this week when you and your new friends put on a musical production for the whole camp. Learn what it takes to be a star on the stage and how to get there.


J U LY 1 0 – 1 5 – S U R V I V O R S

Splish, Splash

Castaway Island

For girls entering grades 2–9 You’ll be splishin’ and splashin’ while a laughin’! It’s time to get wet through water balloon games, sprinklers, and much more. Come ready to get wet and have some fun with your new friends while you discover camp.

For girls entering grades 2–5 Get ready for a week of challenges sure to inspire the survivor spirit in us all. Once geared up you will explore the waters, get back to nature, and discover how to build a shelter in the wild. Become a real castaway as you embark on a new adventure.

All Aboard for a Culinary Adventure For girls entering grades 4–5 Calling all aspiring chefs who want to learn a variety of cooking skills to use for a lifetime. Become familiar with kitchen utensils, measuring, following recipes, nutrition, and kitchen safety. Put your skills to the test by creating your own edible masterpieces.

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Babysitter’s Island Adventure For girls entering grades 6–8 Will you be a survivor? Do you want to learn the skills it takes to take care of children? Become trained in American Red Cross babysitting at camp this week. Learn some survival skills to help you be prepared for anything.

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Gold Rush For girls entering grades 2–5 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to look for gold? Join your new friends in an adventure at camp this week, and see how much gold you can find during the allcamp activity. Make some “old time” crafts and learn the art of candle-making.

Wagon Wheels and Outdoor Deals For girls entering grades 6–8 Do you like cooking outdoors and making crafts? Make cornmeal pancakes, a deep-dish plum pie, and jar up some apple butter to take home. Crafts will include candles, cross-stitch, and toy-making from yesteryear.

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J U LY 3 1 – A U G U S T 3 – A D V O C AT E S

Flare for Fashion

Why Go Green?

For girls entering grades 2–8 Learn ways to create a style that really fits you. See how you can recycle or refashion clothing and accessories to make them your own. Your week at camp is sure to excite you about fashion and creating your own style!

For girls entering grades 2–5 Learn cool ways to save our Earth. This week will feature eco-hikes, games, and making jewelry from recycled materials. Once you have uncovered some environmental tips, pamper yourself with some homemade eco-friendly spa remedies. After this mini-session you will go home inspired to share with your family and friends!

The Show Must Go On For girls entering grades 4–6 Want to be part of a musical production—camp style? Join us to learn some moves, sing some songs, and practice your lines. You will help make stage props and have fun with your new friends.

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Midnight Sun For girls entering grades 2–5 More fun at camp happens after the sun goes down. Explore all the excitement there is at night. Be an undercover investigator as you discover the stars, animals, and overnight happenings—while everyone else is asleep. What will you uncover under the midnight sun?

Time Travelers For girls entering grades 6–8 Bring your imagination and prepare to travel back in time at camp. You will have the opportunity to explore inventions from the past and create one of your own. Look into the future and see what you can do!

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Owls of the Enchanted Forest

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For girls entering grades 9–12 Challenge yourself to reach the top of the Alpine Tower and complete the Program Aide Specialty in High Ropes when you get to “work” the tower. Spend time unwinding while you read, or make facials and enjoy a night swim.


horse camps Our summer horse program is for our campers to experience horses in a fun, safe environment. You will connect with your horse when you learn proper horse care. Our horse programs teach campers basic horseback riding skills, such as walking and controlling your mount, and basic care and grooming. Each summer horse program has its own flare and style. Depending on the camp you attend, you may ride English or Western style. See below for more details (for each location). You will be placed in riding groups based on an assessment made by the director of the horse program.

Camp Mary Atkinson

Camp Graham

Our horses are located on our property for the summer. You will walk to the barn every day and learn in small groups. Ride English style and enjoy connecting with your horse and partner. You are required to have long pants and boots appropriate for riding. We provide helmets, saddles, and other riding gear. When you are not at the horse barn, you will enjoy camp with your new horse pals while you swim, canoe, fish, and make crafts.

Our horse program is located at a local riding stable, which you will travel to daily. While there, you will participate in Western-style riding while you enjoy and connect with your horse. After you have worked on your skills in the ring, go for a trail ride to round out your week. You are required to have long pants and boots appropriate for riding. We provide helmets, saddles, and other riding gear. When you are not at the farm, you will enjoy camp with your fellow riders as you swim, hike, make crafts, and enjoy down time at the “Camp Graham Spa.”

June 12–17

Ponytails For girls entering grades 4–5 June 19–24

Horsenapped For girls entering grades 6–8 June 26–July 1

Horsing Around For girls entering grades 4–5 July 10–15

Hoofing It For girls entering grades 4–5 July 17–22

Step It Up For girls entering grades 5–8 July 24–29

Boots and Saddles For girls entering grades 4–6

June 26–July 1

Saddle Gals For girls entering grades 5–8 July 3–8

Ridin’ Along For girls entering grades 4–6 July 10–15

Tack-N-Trail For girls entering grades 4–6 July 17–22

Horse Whisperer For girls entering grades 4–6

“I got to ride horses for the first time!”

July 31–August 3 (mini-session)

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LEADERSHIP CAMPS

“ I did things I have never done before.”

believe ... achieve ... inspire

Program Aide: Rocks Camp Graham: June 16–18 For girls entering grades 7–9 Do you enjoy working with younger girls? Come to camp for this mini-session and receive your Program Aide (PA) Core training. Core training will provide you with the opportunity to work with younger girl troops and at service area events, council events, and day camp. You will also have the chance to participate in other camp activities, too!

Counselor In Training (CIT) I Camp Graham: June 19–24 Camp Mary Atkinson: June 26–July 1 For girls entering grades 11–12 Do you love camp and enjoy working with younger children? Would you like to one day be a camp staff member? If so, you should be a Counselor In Training (CIT). This training is one of the best ways to develop skills to become a truly fabulous future camp counselor! You will plan weekly activities, shadow camp staff, learn about management, and participate in other fun things. Once your registration is received, an application and reference forms will be sent to you as practice for applying to be a camp counselor.

Counselor In Training (CIT) II Camp Mary Atkinson: June 12–17 and June 19–24 Camp Graham: June 26–July 1 and July 3–8 For girls entering grade 12 Prerequisite: CIT I This two-week second-year program gives you more responsibility while planning program for younger girls. Shadow staff in specific areas of camp, learn more about camp administration, and visit other camps to see a variety of programs. You will go home over the weekend.

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Wrangler In Training (WIT) I

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Camp Mary Atkinson: June 26–July 1 For girls entering grades 10–12 Do you love horses and working with younger girls? Are you ready to teach equestrian skills to younger campers? Then this is the session for you! You must be an advanced rider who is mature, responsible, and a hard worker. Wranglers In Training (WITs) must be physically fit in order to work this session. To apply to be a WIT, please provide a letter of reference from a riding instructor.

Wrangler In Training (WIT) II Camp Mary Atkinson: June 12–17 and June 19–24 For girls entering grades 11–12 Prerequisite: WIT I This two-week second-year program gives you more responsibility while planning program for younger girls. You will be assigned a group of riders to help and guide through the week. You will go home over the weekend.

Program Aide: Power Up Camp Mary Atkinson: July 10–15 For girls entering grades 8–12 Get powered up with Program Aide Core Training and practice your skills while working with the younger groups at camp. What will you find to be your specialty? Sample it all this week while relaxing camp style in your spare time.

L.E.A.P (Lead, Experience, Apply, Prepare) Camp Mary Atkinson: July 17–22 Camp Graham: July 24–29 For girls entering grades 9–10 Do you want to lead or mentor other girls? Are you still just a bit too young to be a Counselor In Training (CIT)? Then this program is for you! Start establishing leadership roles while reaping all the benefits of being a camper.

Program Aide Speciality: Watercraft Camp Graham: July 17–22 For girls entering grades 9–12 Prerequisite: Program Aide Core Training Have you taken Program Aide Core training? Do you love to sail, canoe, and/or kayak? Then join us at Camp Graham to get the Program Aide Specialty: Watercraft. During this weeklong session, you will learn how to assist American Red Cross certified instructors in activities for younger girls in watercraft activities.

Discover the Leader in You Camp Mary Atkinson: July 31–August 5 For girls entering grades 6–8 Discover the leader within you through interactive and fun activities. Explore group dynamics, values and integrity, and leadership styles while completing activities in the Amaze: It’s Your World—Change It! Leadership Journey. Spend time with women leaders, visit a college campus, develop a personal leadership action plan to benefit your community, and enjoy all the fun of camp. Thanks to generous support from United Way of the Greater Triangle’s Women’s Leadership Council, we can provide this exciting opportunity to you and other middle school girls from United Way youth-serving agencies.


adventure

trips

Surf’s Up!

Llama Trek

Camp Pretty Pond: June 14–17 For girls entering grades 7–12 Calling all girls who have always wanted to learn to surf, catch a wave, or get in the barrel! This is your chance to experience the thrill of the board beneath your feet, the wind in your hair, and the warmth of the summer sun on your face. Look cool and feel confident after three days of lessons kickin’ it surfer girl style, riding toes on the nose! Spend time with your buddies sitting around the campfire exchanging surf stories or tearing it up on the volleyball court. Girls must be able to swim, stay underwater for short periods of time, and lift a lightweight surfboard. Girls stay at Camp Pretty Pond and travel to Kure Beach for the surf lessons.

Camp Graham: July 31–August 5 For girls entering grades 8–12 Take to the trails of the Pisgah National Forest with the help of llamas carrying your group’s gear. You’ll get an introduction to backpacking while learning to set up camp and get along in nature. As you make your way along wooded trails and gorgeous rivers, you’ll find yourself on a forest safari! Spend the night at camp before heading out, and return to camp in time for a campfire on Thursday night.

Baltimore Bound! Camp Hardee: July 5–9 For girls entering grades 7–12 Explore Baltimore, a vibrant city on the water where you will find something new around every corner. Visit the national aquarium and Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team), tour the famous Fort McHenry, and enjoy the wonderful inner harbor. Campers will travel by van to Maryland and will pitch tents while staying in a public campground.

Summer Vacation Camp Graham: August 7–9 For girls entering grades 6–12 Stay overnight at Camp Graham before traveling by bus to Virginia to spend a day at Kings Dominion. Ride the roller coasters, take a splash in the water park, and enjoy a fun-filled day at an amusement park. Come back to Graham and spend the rest of your time swimming, playing games, and making crafts.

Ropes, Rafts, and Roughing It Camp Graham: July 17–22 For girls entering grades 8–12 Have you ever gone down the river in a raft? You will get to experience an overnight rafting trip in West Virginia. Pitch your tent at Camp Graham and stay for a night, then head to ACE Adventure Resort to play in the water park on huge inflatable toys, go hiking, spend some time climbing, and much more. Campers will travel by van to West Virginia and will pitch tents while staying in a public campground. Must be 12 years old at the start of the session.

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camp

Xtras

PLEASE NOTE • Camp Xtras are not available for Special Summer Events. • Camp photos and Trading Post are not available for Adventure Trips. • All Camp Xtras must be paid for in full at the time of registration.

Camp Care Packages – $30 Pamper your camper with a special care package from the Girl Scout Council Shops. For only $30, you can make your camper’s stay memorable with a fun care package! Your camper will receive a bag of goodies—such as a journal, pen, small games, and other cool items. For details, visit www.nccoastalpines.org and click on “Camps.” Camp care packages will be delivered with a personalized note to your camper during her week at camp.

Camp T-shirts – $13 Order your camp T-shirt now! T-shirts are $13 and come in youth medium and large, as well as adult small through 3XL. For details, visit www.nccoastalpines.org and click on “Camps.”

Trading Post – $5 minimum Your camper can do a little shopping at the camp Trading Post! Choose from T-shirts, patches, stamps, plush animals, flashlights, water bottles, and more.

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Buy as little or as much as your camper needs. Trading Post gift cards can be purchased in increments of $5 and may be used from year to year for Trading Post purchases as well as in the council shops.

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You may purchase this product at the time of registration or by making a deposit at camp on the first day of the session. All cards will be kept in the Trading Post during the camp session and returned on the last day of camp if there is a balance remaining.

Camp Photos – $6 A camp photo of your camper with her unit is a great way to bring home lasting memories of new camp friends and a great time at camp. Photos will be distributed on the last day of the session.


registration and payment Camp Costs

Deposits

Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines understands the value of camp and continues to provide financial support to offer these important programs at affordable rates. Camp fees cover most direct costs—such as food, program supplies, supplementary health and accident insurance, and camp counselor salaries. Indirect costs—such as planning and administering the program, registration, and property maintenance—are fees supplemented by the council.

Non-refundable deposits apply toward camp fees only and must accompany all registrations. If registering for more than one session, deposits for each session must be submitted. • Girls who are currently registered members of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines – $75 • Girls who are members of another Girl Scout Council – $135 ($75 + $60) • Girls who are not registered as a member of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines prior to April 6 – $150 ($75 + $75)

In addition, financial assistance in the form of “Camperships” enables all girls to enjoy the Girl Scout camp experience. Camperships are made possible thanks to our many generous donors. If you would like to make summer resident camp possible for a girl, please mark your donation to the Campership Fund on the registration form. All donations are tax deductible. (See page 28 for Campership information.)

Payments

Registering for Camp Girls who are currently registered members of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines may register for camp: • Online beginning February 16, 2011 • By mail beginning February 23, 2011 Register online through C.O.R.E. at www.nccoastalpines.org. Mail the Camp Registration Form with payment to: Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines Attn: Camp Registration 6901 Pinecrest Road Raleigh, NC 27613 Please mail your registration form and deposit to arrive just before February 23. Girl Scouts who are members of councils other than Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines are welcome to register for camp beginning March 2, 2011, for an additional fee of $60 per session. Girls who are not members of Girl Scouts of the USA are also welcome to register for camp beginning March 2, 2011, for an additional fee of $75 per camp session.

All camp fees must be paid in full by April 29, 2011. Your camper’s registration will be cancelled and no refund will be made if payment is not received by the deadline. Due to the number of girls on the wait list, your camper’s slot may be filled immediately, so please be mindful of this important date. Payments may be made via check, credit card, or Cookie Dough. Financial assistance is also available for those in need. (See page 28 for Campership information.) Note: Fees for Camp Xtras are due at the time of registration.

Cookie Dough: Paying for Camp the Cookie Way Cookie Dough earned during the Cookie Sale Program may be applied toward resident camp sessions and special summer events, trading posts, day camps, and council-sponsored events. • A $75 non-refundable deposit is required for all registrations and will be used as part of the camp fee. Please register as soon as possible; don’t wait for the Cookie Dough to be issued. • In order to secure your camper’s top choice in camp session, registration through the online system is recommended. Please note that Cookie Dough is not accepted as a type of payment through the online system. Therefore, all registrants must pay the initial deposit via credit card at the time of registration. The council can apply Cookie Dough credits to the remaining balance. • If your camper has sufficient Cookie Dough to pay for the full camp registration fee, your deposit will be refunded at the time the Cookie Dough is applied. • If you wish to use your 2011 Cookie Dough for resident camp, please note this on your Superstar Destinations request due April 1. • Cookie Dough is nontransferable and can only be used by the girl who earned it. 27


REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT Refund and Cancellation Policy Camp Fees A significant amount of planning time and money are spent several months prior to the start of camp. It is also difficult to fill open slots as the summer approaches. Therefore, it is important to contact the council’s camp registrar as soon as possible if you know that your camper is unable to attend camp. • If your camper has a medical emergency that prevents her from attending camp, a refund request less the non-refundable deposit will be considered if submitted with a written doctor’s statement two weeks prior to the camp session. • If your camper becomes unable to attend camp for other reasons, the council may be able to refund your camper’s session fees less the deposit if your camper’s slot is filled from the wait list. • If the council cancels the camp session, all fees (including the deposit) will be refunded. If your camper is on a wait list and not placed in a session, the total fee (including the deposit) will be refunded. Other Fees Fees for Trading Post gift cards, camp care packages, T-shirts and photos are fully refundable with a two-week notice prior to the camp session. Please e-mail your cancellation notice and request for refund to campreg@nccoastalpines.org.

Complete the Registration Process

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You will receive a registration confirmation by e-mail or postcard (if an e-mail address is not provided with registration) soon after you register for camp. You will also receive a full Camp Confirmation Packet by the second week of April (if you register by April 1). This packet contains important information that your camper must know about her session, as well as additional paperwork that must be completed and returned no later than May 18, 2011. Camp Confirmation Packets will be sent on an ongoing basis for registrations received after April 1.

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The council contracts with a third party administrator, CampDoc, which will send an e-mail requesting your camper health information between March 23 and April 6, 2011. CampDoc consolidates and integrates camper health information into a centralized and secure location. In accordance with HIPPA policies, only council health staff and camp directors will have access to camper medical information; the confidentiality of your child’s health information will always be protected. Please note that most camp forms are downloadable from the council website (www.nccoastalpines.org).

Camperships Camperships or financial assistance for resident camp, group camp, day camp, and special programs are available to currently registered Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines members who are unable to pay the total cost of a camp experience. A girl must be a registered member by February 1, 2011, to be considered for a campership. Camperships are awarded based on need, active participation in the Girl Scout program, and information provided on the Financial Assistance for Summer Opportunities Form. The Campership Committee makes every effort to use available money fairly to assist as many girls as possible. The deadline for applying is April 6. Applications received after April 6, will be reviewed on an ongoing basis if funding is available. All applications are handled in a confidential manner. As these funds are limited, please submit your application for assistance as soon as possible immediately after registering for camp. To provide assistance to as many girls as possible, camperships will be awarded for only one session of camp and do not cover the cost of Camp Xtras. The amount of assistance per girl will not exceed $175 for resident camp or $100 for group camp. Prior to applying for financial assistance, campers must be registered for a camp session and have paid a $75 non-refundable deposit. To apply for a campership, submit Financial Assistance for Summer Opportunities Form to: Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines Attn: Campership 6901 Pinecrest Road Raleigh, NC 27613


2011 CAMP REGISTRATION Two ways to register. Please print in black ink.

1. Register online beginning on February 16 at

Camper’s Name

Last

First

Middle

www.nccoastalpines.org 2. Mail the Camp Registration Form with deposit per session to:

Name Used

Girl Scouts – Name of Parent/Guardian

Last

North Carolina Coastal Pines

First

Attn: Camp Registration 6901 Pinecrest Road

Mailing Address

Raleigh, NC 27613 City Home Phone

State

County

Day Phone (mother)

ZIP

Day Phone (father)

E-mail Address (If e-mail is given, you will only receive confirmation via e-mail.) Troop #

Program age level in fall

❑ Br. ❑ Jr. ❑ Cadette ❑ Senior ❑ Ambassador /

Age by camp time

Birthdate

/

month/day/year

School grade in fall 2011

I am registered in Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines as of February 1, 2011: ❏ Yes ❏ No EMERGENCY CONTACT 1: (OTHER THAN PARENTS) MUST BE AVAILABLE DURING CAMPER’S ASSIGNED WEEK

Please read carefully • I/we give permission for our camper to

Name

attend camp and participate in all of the activities including any trip off the

Street Address

campsite. We have read the summer

City

State

County

Home Phone

Day Phone

Relation to camper

ZIP

camp guide and understand and agree to cooperate with all regulations. • I/we understand that after being assigned to a specific session, no part

EMERGENCY CONTACT 2: (OTHER THAN PARENTS) MUST BE AVAILABLE DURING CAMPER’S ASSIGNED WEEK

of the fee is refundable except in medical emergencies with a written doctor’s statement.

Name • I/we understand that activities may be photographed for print, video, or

Street Address

electronic imaging. I/we understand City

State

County

ZIP

that the images may be used in promotional materials, news releases,

Home Phone

Day Phone

and other published formats. I/we

Relation to camper

acknowledge that the images will be

The camp staff needs to know the following about my camper:

the sole property of either Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines or Girl Scouts of the USA. Signature parent/guardian

Date

please see reverse

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2011 CAMP REGISTRATION SESSION CHOICES Please complete the following information for each session for which you are registering. You may register for up to two sessions on one registration form. (If registering for more sessions, please complete another form.) SESSION 1 CHOICE

FEES

Session Information:

$

Session Title Session Dates * Additional Registration Fees * Camp T-Shirt Youth: ❑ M

❑L

Adult: ❑ S

Non-Girl Scouts ($75) or Out-of-Council Girl Scouts ($60)

$

$13 each (Please circle size below)

$

❑ M ❑ L ❑ XL ❑ 2XL ❑ 3XL

* Camp Care Package

$30 each

$

* Camp Photo

$6 each

$

* Trading Post Deposit

$5 minimum

$

TOTAL DUE FOR THIS SESSION

$

If this session choice is full, please put me on the waitlist.

❑ Yes ❑ No

If this session is full, my alternate choice is: Preference for a roommate/buddy (Roommates must be registered for the same session):

* These items must be paid for at the time of registration. SESSION 2 CHOICE

FEES

Session Information:

$

Session Title Session Dates * Additional Registration Fees * Camp T-Shirt Youth: ❑ M

❑L

Adult: ❑ S

Non-Girl Scouts ($75) or Out-of-Council Girl Scouts ($60)

$

$13 each (Please circle size below)

$

❑ M ❑ L ❑ XL ❑ 2XL ❑ 3XL

* Camp Care Package

$30 each

$

* Camp Photo

$6 each

$

* Trading Post Deposit

$5 minimum

$

TOTAL DUE FOR THIS SESSION

$

If this session choice is full, please put me on the waitlist.

❑ Yes ❑ No

If this session is full, my alternate choice is: Preference for a roommate/buddy (Roommates must be registered for the same session):

* These items must be paid for at the time of registration. If signing up for multiple sessions, please include a separate deposit for each session.

FEES

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Full camp session fees (varies) or non-refundable deposit ($75) made payable by check or credit card

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$

Additional fees total (these items must be paid for at time of registration)

$

Total Camp Fees

$

Donation for CAMPERSHIP FUND

$

TOTAL PAYMENT ENCLOSED

$

Method of Payment

❑ Check or money order made payable to Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines ❑ Cookie Dough Amount (ID#________________________) ❑ MasterCard ❑ VISA / Card#

Exp Date

Amount $

Signature

month/year


FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES Registered Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines members should use this form to request financial assistance to participate in resident camp, group camp, and special events. Supplementary financial assistance is granted based on the information provided and availability of funds. Mail by April 6, 2011. Please print in BLACK ink. All applications are strictly confidential. Please complete the entire form and return it with the registration form and required deposit to: Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines Attn: Campership 6901 Pinecrest Road, Raleigh, NC 27613 Camp attending:

❏ Camp Graham ❏ Camp Hardee ❏ Camp Mary Atkinson ❏ Other summer opportunity

Reason for requesting financial assistance. Describe the need for the request and

Girl’s Name

how you expect your child to benefit from a camping experience. (You may continue on a separate sheet of paper, if necessary.)

Mailing Address City/State/ZIP Day Phone (

)

Evening Phone (

)

Troop

County/Area

Age

Grade

Name of Parents/Guardians Mother’s Occupation

Father’s Occupation

Name of Camp Program Location and Date Name of Group Camp Leader (if applicable)

Basic Information A.

Total number of family members (include individual making request)

B.

Total family income:

❏ under $15,000 ❏ $15,000 to $24,999 ❏ $25,000 to $34,999 ❏ $35,000 to $49,999 ❏ $50,000 to $74,999 ❏ $75,000 to $99,000 ❏ over $100,000 C.

Have you received financial assistance from this council before?

❏ Yes ❏ No

* If applying for the Vicky B. Batts Memorial Campership, please attach a short essay, to be completed by the girl, describing her love for horses and desire to attend Camp Hardee’s horse camp.

If yes, name of event/camp

Each event and camp has a deposit that must be paid before a financial

Amount and year received

assistance request will be considered.

Do you owe money to Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines?

Camp/Event Fee

$

❏ Yes ❏ No

Deposit Amount Paid ($75 non-refundable deposit per camp session)

$

❏ Yes ❏ No

Amount you will contribute toward this opportunity

$

Did your camper participate in the 2011 Girl Scout Cookie Sale Program?

AMOUNT OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REQUESTED $

❏ Yes ❏ No

Parent/Guardian Signature

I am registered in Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines as of February 1, 2011:

Date

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6901 Pinecrest Road Raleigh, NC 27613 919.782.3021 1.800.284.4475 Fax 919.747.7181 www.nccoastalpines.org

2011 Summer Fun Guide Camp Info Sessions

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CAMP OPEN HOUSES Saturday, April 2, 2011 1:00–4:00 p.m. Camp Hardee

Sunday, April 3, 2011 1:00–4:00 p.m.

Camp Open Houses Check out our resident camps before summer begins. Bring the family and a picnic lunch to see it all—the tents, cabins, features, and more as you explore camp! Staff will be on hand to answer your questions and help you pick the perfect camp session.

Camp Pretty Pond

Want to know more? Would you like the chance to ask questions and get a special sneak peak of our summer plans? Join us for one of our online information sessions in February. Please pre-register for these events through C.O.R.E. at www.nccoastalpines.org. Online Information Sessions are from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

1:00–4:00 p.m.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Camp Graham

Wednesday, February 9, 2011 Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sunday, April 17, 2011 1:00–4:00 p.m. Camp Mary Atkinson


2011 Summer Fun Guide