Whether you are a troop leader, a troop helper, or an episodic volunteer, resources are available to support you in every aspect of your position!
- Please use the categories on the left-hand toolbar to explore our resources.
- The "Toolbox" contains everything from reference documents to supplemental online training.
- The Safety Activity Checkpoints list the requirements and recommendations for numerous activities. The page also contains a copy of Volunteer Essentials, the primary reference document for volunteers.
Attention Leaders! New Camp Options for Your Troops
Core Camp is the perfect setting for first-time leaders who want to take their girls troop camping without the responsibility of providing program, meals, or having trained/certified adults. At Camp Timbercrest, we will do it all for you. All troop leaders have to do is provide the necessary child to adult supervision ratio. You and your girls can participate in as much or as little programming as you choose. Core Camp will take place at Camp Timbercrest. For more information on Core camp programs please go to pages 6-7 of the 2015 camp catalog.
Specialty Programs Provided (S.P.P.) Camping
With S.P.P. camping, troops can now get the best of both worlds of troop camping and specialized programs such as ropes course, archery, and boating. Trained leaders will have the freedom of troop camp with the comfort of knowing that pre-deter- mined specialty program options and times have been scheduled for you and your girls. Leaders taking part in S.P.P. camping must have their Level I camp training (for lodge camping) or Level II (for cabin and tent camping) and provide an adult with current first aid and CPR certification. S.P.P. Camping will take place at Camp Seven Hills/Lakeside and Camp Piperwood. For more information on S.P.P. camping please see page 8 of the 2015 camp catalog.