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Girl Scout Summer Camp is an experience like no other. It’s a place where a girl can
be a girl. She can try new things, make tons of friends and learn to take care of others and herself. Divided by grade level, campers are encouraged and taught by trained, nurturing young women who love to work with girls. By following basic principles from the Girl Scout Law, such as honesty, responsibility and respect, camp encourages
girls to make the world a better place. Join us this summer and watch your girl grow into a more courageous, confident and character-filled individual.

How to Register | General Info. | Download the 2014 Summer Camp Guide
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grove point

WHEN: June 16 through August 8, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday - Friday.
COST: $170 per girl includes lunch, snacks, materials and a Fun Patch.
Transportation: For just $45 per week, your camper can take the bus from Newark, Middletown or Cecilton to Camp Grove Point.
(Exact locations will be sent in your confirmation packet.)

 

Muggle MagicDate: July 21-25
Entering Grades 1-3
Join other “muggles” for a week of adventure and wizardry. Start your adventure by attending the Camp Hogwarts’ welcome and sorting ceremony. Attend Potions and Transfiguration class, explore Hogwarts’ trails and learn to identify edible and poisonous plants in Herbology. You will have time to do your favorite camp activities such as swimming, gaining your balance on our fun, stand-up paddleboards and improve your swimming ability. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Girl Scout Bugs Badge. Girls entering grade 1 receive a Fun Patch.

 

Magical CreaturesDate: July 21-25
Entering Grades 4-6
As one of Grove Point’s newly added Magical Creatures, join us at Camp Hogwarts’ sorting ceremony. The rest of the week we will attend classes in Care of Magical Creatures, Defense against the Dark Arts and Potions and Herbology. This week is full of everything Camp Hogwarts has to offer, including a fun Girl Scout version of Quidditch. Plus, go swimming, do arts and crafts, archery and kayak. Girls earn the Girl Scout Flower Badge.

 

Top Chef: DessertsDate: July 28-August 1
Entering Grades 1-3
Do you love sweets and treats? Spend a week making amazing desserts. You and your friends will put your new cooking skills to the test in a fun competition of who can make the best dessert! Plus, do arts and crafts, explore nature, test your balance on our stand-up paddleboards as well as improve your swimming ability in the pool. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Girl Scout Snacks Badge. Girls entering grade 1 receive a Fun Patch.

 

Top Chef: OutdoorsDate: July 28-August 1
Entering Grades 4-6
Learn the fine art of cooking outdoors. Create a menu, practice different cooking techniques and at the end of the week make what YOU want! Plus learn proper knife skills, food safety, basic culinary awareness and more. By the end of the week, you and your friends will put your new cooking skills to the test in a fun competition of who can make the best meal! Join us for arts and crafts, nature studies, archery and kayaking. Girls earn the Girl Scout Simple Meals Badge.

 

Sunset on the SassafrasDate: August 4-8
Entering Grades 1-6
At Sunset on the Sassafras you will do the best activities that the summer has to offer; improve outdoor skills like fire building, work on a great art project, swim, and use the challenge elements. Girls entering grades 1-3 will gain their balance on our fun, stand-up paddleboards as well as improve their swimming ability. Girls in grades 4-6 can do archery, kayak and sail, as well as have time for all the friendship and bonding that happens the last week of camp. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Girl Scout Fair Play Badge. Girls entering grades 4-6 earn the Girl Scout Practice with Purpose Badge. Girls entering grade 1 receive a Fun Patch.

 

 

 

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WHEN: June 16-20, July 28- August 1, and August 4-8, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COST: $210 per girl, includes program supplies, snacks and patch. Please bring bag lunch Monday – Friday. Before and after care: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Additional cost of $35.)


 

Applause A – Entering Grades 2-3
Applause B – Entering Grades 4-6

Date: July 28-August 1
Are you ready for some applause in music, art, drama and dance? Come for a week to make your own music and instruments, paint, and act in a play or dance the electric slide. At the end of the week we will put together an all-camp talent show to show off your new found talent. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Dancer Badge, girls entering grades 4-6 earn the Musician Badge.

 

Photography and Computer CreationsDate: July 28-August 1
Entering Grades 2-3
Do you love to take pictures and want to learn how to take the best shot? Do you like creating art on the computer? Here you will learn this skill, plus how to safely share your new talent using a camera and computer. Girls will enjoy nature, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Computer Expert Badge.

 

Digital PhotographerDate: July 28-August 1
Entering Grades 4-5
Join us and we will show you how to make the best pictures even better. We will dive into digital editing as well as creating photo collages to share with friends and family. Don’t forget we will also learn how to shoot archery, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Digital Photographer Badge.

 

Digital Movie MakerDate: July 28-August 1
Entering Grades 6-8
Lights, Camera, Action! Join us this week and create a short drama or documentary video to share with friends and family. Learn skills in developing scripts, storyboards, shot lists, audio capture and video editing. Don’t forget we will also learn how to shoot archery, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Digital Movie Maker Badge.


Cadette BiotechDate: August 4-8
Entering Grades 6-8
Enter the world of one of the fastest growing fields of science: biotechnology. With the help of science and technology, we are able to produce some of the most phenomenal life changing products like medicines and clean energies. Students will learn how this fascinating technology is being used by scientists today for a better tomorrow. Explore nature, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Special Agent Badge.


Girls Can Do Anything A– Entering Grades 2-3
Girls Can Do Anything B– Entering Grades 4-6

Date: August 4-8
Try a little of everything, because girls can do anything! Make new friends, join us in a camp fire sing along, play in the spring and do arts and crafts. Learn how to set up tents, read a map, use a compass, geo-cache, take great pictures and build your own fire. End your week by putting your new skills to the test with a fun Adventure Challenge that will get all of camp involved. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Girl Scout Hiker Badge, girls entering grades 4-6 earn the Girl Scout Camper Badge.

 

Home Scientist Date: August 4-8
Entering Grades 2-3
Do you love to mix things together to see what they will turn into? If so, this is the perfect camp for you. There is science all around us.
When we explore it together, you will begin to see science everywhere. We will work with microscopes, make observations and conduct really cool experiments. Explore nature, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Home Scientist Badge.

 

Make Me a Scientist Date: August 4-8
Entering Grades 4-5
Do you love science? If so, together we explore what happens when you mix natural organisms with technology. Some of our world’s best scientists learned to combat debilitating and rare diseases, reduce our environmental footprint and feed the hungry with science. Don’t forget we will also learn archery skills, work together on the challenge course and learn great outdoor skills. Girls earn the Girl Scout Detective Badge.

 

 

CCCamp Country Center’s Volunteer Day Camp “On the Right Track”

WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on the following weeks:
Week 1: June 23-27Week 2: July 7-11Week 3: July 21-25


COST: $85 per girl per week. Limited aftercare is available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for an additional $10 per day.
On Thursday, camp begins at 8:30 a.m. and continues with a sleepover, ending Friday at 11 a.m.

 

Do not mail registrations for this camp to the council office. Please go to volunteerdaycamp.org for registration forms and more information. Girls may only register for one week of camp.

 

 

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grove point

WHEN: June 22 through August 8. Check in between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday and check out between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Friday.
Weekend campers check in at 7 p.m. Friday and check out at 11 a.m. Sunday.
COST: Unless otherwise specified, Resident Camp is $300 per girl and weekend camp is $50 per person.
Cost per camper covers all meals, materials and a Fun Patch.


 

Muggle MagicDate: July 20-25
Entering Grades 1-3
Join other “muggles” for a week filled with adventure and wizardry. Start your adventure by attending Camp Hogwarts’ welcome feast and sorting ceremony. The rest of the week you will attend Potions and Transfiguration class, explore Hogwarts’ trails, and learn to identify edible and poisonous plants in Herbology. End the week by dressing up in your favorite attire for Grove Point’s version of the Yule ball. You will have plenty of time to do your favorite camp activities like swimming, gaining your balance on our fun stand-up paddleboards as well as improve your swimming ability. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn a Girl Scout Bugs Badge. Girls entering grade 1 receive a Fun Patch.

 

Magical CreaturesDate: July 20-25
Entering Grades 4-6
As one of Grove Point’s newly added Magical Creatures, join us at Camp Hogwarts’ welcome feast and sorting ceremony. The rest
of the week we will attend classes in Care of Magical Creatures, Defense against the Dark Arts, Potions and Herbology. This week is full of everything Camp Hogwarts has to offer, including a fun Girl Scout version of Quidditch. End the week by dressing up in your favorite attire for Grove Point’s version of the Yule ball. Plus swim, do arts and crafts, archery and kayak. Girls earn the Girl Scout Flower Badge.

 

**Midnight MagicDate: July 20-25
Entering Grades 7-12
Transport to camp Hogwarts and discover new potions, visit the Forbidden Forest and dance at the Yule Ball. Get settled into your house at our welcome feast and sorting ceremony. Participate in Potions, Herbology, Transfiguration and Care of Magical Creatures class. This week is full of everything Camp Hogwarts has to offer, including a fun Girl Scout version of Quidditch. End the week by dressing up in your favorite attire and join us for Grove Point’s version of the Yule ball. Plus, swim, do arts and crafts, archery, kayak and sail. Girls entering grades 7-8 earn the Girl Scout Trees Badge and those entering grades 9-10 earn the Girl Scout Sky Badge. Girls entering grades 11-12 earn the Girl Scout Water Badge.

**This program is now full. Thank you!**

 

Top Chef- DessertsDate: July 27-August 1
Entering Grades 1-3
Do you love sweets and treats? Spend a week making amazing desserts. You and your friends will put your new cooking skills to the test in a fun competition of who can make the best dessert! This week will be full of fun camp traditions including “Gutter Sunday,” using serving utensils instead of forks and knives during dinner, breakfast for dinner, “Pick a Break” and more. Plus you will do arts and crafts, nature study test your balance on our fun stand up paddleboards as well as improve your swimming ability in the pool. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn a Girl Scout Snacks Badge. Girls entering grade 1 receive a Fun Patch.

 

Top Chef- OutdoorsDate: July 27-August 1
Entering Grades 4-6
Learn the fine art of cooking outdoors. Create a menu, practice different cooking techniques and at the end of the week make what YOU want! Plus, learn proper knife skills, food safety knowledge, basic culinary awareness and more. By the end of the week, you and your friends will put your new cooking skills to the test in a fun cooking competition! This week will be full of fun camp traditions including “Gutter Sunday,” using serving utensils instead of forks and knives during dinner, breakfast for dinner, “Pick a Break” and more. Enjoy arts and crafts, nature studies, archery and kayaking. Girls earn the Girl Scout Simple Meals Badge.

 

Top Chef- International ChallengeDate: July 27-August 1
Entering Grades 7-12
Spend a week cooking food from around the world, while gaining a deeper understanding of food safety and culinary awareness. By the end of the week you and your new-found friends will put your new cooking skills to the test in a fun competition of who can make the best international dish. This week will be full of fun camp traditions including “Gutter Sunday,” breakfast for dinner, dessert before dinner, and “Pick a Break.” Girls entering grades 7-8 earn the Girl Scout New Cuisines Badge, girls entering grades 9-10 earn the Locavore Badge. Girls entering grades 11-12 earn the Dinner Party Badge.

 

Sunset on the SassafrasDate: August 3-8
Entering Grades 1-12
Sunset on the Sassafras is designed to improve outdoor skills like fire building, work on a great art project, swim or use the challenge elements. Girls entering Grades 1-3 will gain their balance on our fun, stand up paddleboards as well as work on improving their swimming ability. Girls in Grades 4-12 will get the chance to do archery, kayak and sail. Girls entering Grade 1 receive a Fun Patch. Girls entering grades 2-3 earn the Fair Play Badge, girls entering grades 4-6 earn the Practice with Purpose Badge, girls entering grades 7-8 earn the Good Sportsmanship Badge, girls entering grades 9-10 earn the Cross-Training Badge and girls entering
grades 11-12 earn the Coaching Badge.

 

 

TRIP AND TRAVEL

**X-Team AdventureDate: July 20-25
Entering Grades 6-12
Cost: $390
Join our “X-team” in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Ride the whitewater rapids of the Lehigh River, traverse a three-hour mountain bike trail, hike Hickory Run State Park and negotiate obstacles in disc golf. Return to camp and test your skills in kayaking, archery, swimming and arts and crafts. Feel free to bring your bike helmet along for the extreme adventure in the Pocono Mountains. Please pack an extra duffle bag, large enough to hold your belongings while traveling.

**This program is now full. Thank you!**

 

Compass NorthDate: July 27- August 1
Entering Grades 6-12
Cost: $475
We are northward bound for this exciting session. After spending a night at Camp Grove Point, travel into Pennsylvania, spend a day hiking on the Appalachian Trail and another day rafting down the river. Next, travel to Hershey Park for an afternoon and evening of rides and excitement. Return to camp for archery, swimming and relaxing around the campfire. Please pack an extra duffle bag, large enough to hold your belongings while traveling.

 


 

sandy pinesCamp Sandy Pines Volunteer Resident Camp “Camp Bling: It’s a Girl Scout Thing” 

What is your favorite “Bling”?  Is it Sparkles and Glitter or Camo and Mud? We all express ourselves in different ways. How do you express yourself? Does everyone around you express themselves in nice ways or have you ever been in uncomfortable situations
like being bullied. At camp, discover how you and your friends sparkle and shine. Connect by embracing each other’s differences. Each group will have age-appropriate activities that help discover thegreatness in everyone:

Dazzling Digging Daisies, entering grade 1

Blazing Blinged Out Brownies, entering grades 2-3

Jumping Jeweled Up Juniors, entering grades 4-5

Charming Camo Cadettes, entering grades 6-8

Camp Aide/Program Aide Opportunities, entering grades 9-12

WHEN: July 21-25, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Thursday we will travel to Camp Todd in Denton, MD for an overnight. Campers will be ready for pickup at Camp Sandy Pines at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
COST: $120 per girl includes t-shirt and optional overnight. ($30 for Camp Aide/Program Aide.) NOTE: Please bring a bag lunch Monday - Thursday. (Dinner is provided Thursday if participating in the overnight, as well as breakfast and lunch on Friday.)

 

Do not mail registrations for this camp to the council office. This camp is planned and staffed by volunteers. For questions regarding this camp, please contact Jen Smullen, Sandy Pines Camp Director: jensmullenrn@gmail.com, or 443-614-0453.
Please mail registration form to: Jen Smullen, Camp Sandy Pines, 8018 Joans Hastings Road Parsonsburg, MD 21849

 

 

 

ctCamp Todd’s Volunteer Resident Camp - Summer Roundup

**Summer Roundup is now full. Thank you!**

This is a Resident Camp program for ALL girls entering Grades 1-12. We’ve gone back in time to find the programs that have been the most popular at Summer Roundup over the last ten years. Girls participate in camp activities such as crafts, swimming, cookouts, songs, boating, and campfire activities as well as age level programs that may include off-site field trips. Come join the fun and earn a Fun Patch, a new GSUSA Patch, or even a retired patch!

 

WHEN: July 27 –July 31. Check in 3 p.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday, check out 5 p.m. on Thursday.


COST: $160 per girl includes shirt, camp supplies, food and patch. A non-refundable $60 deposit is required. Financial Aid is available
in a limited basis and the cost to register is $25. There is an additional $15 fee for non-Girl Scouts to cover membership registration
and insurance.

 

Do not mail registrations for volunteer camp to the council office. Summer Roundup is planned and staffed by local volunteers, and is not processed through GSCB for registration. Registration closes for Summer Roundup on May 1, 2014 or when sessions become full. Failure to pay balance by June 1, 2014 results in cancellation of registration. Confirmation packets will be sent via email. Health forms are online this year. A doctor’s signature is required to participate at camp. Please visit www.summerroundup.org for registration and financial assistance information.

 

I’m a Princess
Entering Grades 1-3
A combination of the Princess programs we have done, tailored for Daisies and Brownies. Girls earn the Girl Scouts of Colonial Coast
Spa-tacular Me Badge and the Pink Princess Patch from Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama.

 

Cooking Basics
Entering Grades 2-3
Learn the basics of cooking so that you can cook like Betty Crocker or Rachel Ray! Earn the retired GSUSA Make it, Eat it Badge and the Girl Scouts of Maine Cake-Decorating Patch.

 

Welcome to Hogwarts
Entering Grades 2-3
More fun at Camp Hogwarts but for Brownies this time! Earn the Wizarding World of Girl Scouting fun Patch and the GSUSA Home
Science Badge.

 

Ace Reporter
Entering Grades 4-5
Learn photography and interview skills, social networking etiquette and write the camp newsletter! Girls earn the GSUSA Digital
Photographer Badge.


Jeweler
Entering Grades 4-5
Make your own jewelry including handmade glass beads. Girls earn the GSUSA Jeweler Badge.

 

Geocaching II
Entering Grades 4-5
Beyond the basics the girls learned last year, this program focuses on modern technology to help you find your way.
Girls earn the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming Geocaching Badge.

 

Boating
Entering Grades 6-12
Learn advanced boating skills and do an overnight trip by kayak. Girls earn a Fun Patch while meeting all of the requirements of the retired GSUSA Paddle, Pole, and Roll program.

 

Non-Girlsports
Entering Grades 6-12
Girls earn the GSUSA Good Sportsmanship Badge while they learn how to play a variety of sports including football and other sports that girls don’t normally participate in. They will also design and create their own Football Badge!

 

Quilting
Entering Grades 6-12
It’s back!  Learn to make a quilt, a skill that has been forgotten and the girls love to learn! Girls earn the Quilt It! Badge from Girl Scouts
of Southern Arizona - Sahuaro.


 

weekend

 

Me and My Guy
All Girls and their Dad/Guardian or Grandfather
Pack your bags and spend the weekend together, making memories you will never forget. Explore camp with nature hikes, archery, our team building challenge course, swimming and more. You’ll get to show off your creative culinary side with our build your own burger station. Adults must register for the event. A camp counselor will not be provided for individual girls.
WHEN: August 1-2, 7 p.m. on Friday through 7 p.m. Saturday.
WHERE: Camp Grove Point, Earleville, MD
COST: $50 per participant (girl and adult), includes Fun Patch, sleeping accommodations and four meals.

 

 

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Counselor in Training Volunteer • June 29-July 4, July 20-25 and August 3-8
Entering Grades 10-12

Cost: $200
WHERE: Camp Grove Point
Bring your skills in song leadership, team building, sports and group facilitation, arts and crafts facilitation, conflict resolution and risk management to camp. Volunteers will provide at least 30 hours of service over the course of this camp. Prerequisite: Must have received CIT I recognition and have attended Grove Point for at least one week prior to attending as a volunteer. Note: Participants must make arrangements to go home during session breaks.

 

Program Aide Volunteer • All Weeks of Camp Todd Day Camp
Entering Grades 7-8
Cost: $30
WHERE: Camp Todd
Do you have your Program recognitions? Have you attended Camp Todd for at least one year? If so, bring your skills in song leadership, team building, sports and group facilitation, arts and crafts facilitation, conflict resolution and managing risk to camp. Volunteers will provide at least 30 hours of service over the course of the week at camp. Prerequisite: Must have received Program Aide recognition and have attended Camp Todd for at least one week prior to attending as a volunteer.

 

Program Aide Volunteer • June 22-27, July 6-11 and July 27- August 1
Entering Grades 7-8

Cost: • $200

WHERE: Camp Grove Point
Do you have your Program Aide or Counselor in Training I or II recognitions? Have you attended Grove Point for at least one year? If so, bring your skills in song leadership, team building, sports and group facilitation, arts and crafts facilitation, conflict resolution and managing risk to camp. Volunteers will provide at least 30 hours of service over the course of the week at camp. Prerequisite: Must have received Program Aide, CIT I recognition and have attended Grove Point for at least one week prior to attending as a volunteer.

 

 

Counselor in Training II • July 13-August 1
Entering Grades 11-12
Cost: $300

WHERE: Camp Grove Point
This flexible program is designed for those continuing down the camp counselor path. Counselor in Training II (CIT II) offers further development of skills, specializing in one or more areas such as aquatics, program leadership and/or unit leadership. Review CIT I
and practice those teaching skills, then specialize in specific areas. Note: Participants must make arrangements to go home during
session breaks.

 

If you’re interested in reserving a campsite or center for a program or event,
please contact our Registrar: 302-456-7150 ext. 7174 or 800-341-4007.

 

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