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The 2015 Summer Camp Guide is here and there is SO much excitement in store! Flip through and find your favorite program, then learn more about registering here.
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Matilda Wormwood goes to NYC!
Matilda Wormwood goes to NYC! Session 2 – July 12-17, 2015 Spend the week adding glitter and elbow grease to what it takes to become a rising star. Learn some of the “ins and outs” of the theater. Try your hand at set design, makeup, designing costumes, and more. Spend Tuesday and Wednesday of this special week traveling to NYC to see the Broadway production of Matilda and partake in a Disney “Broadway Classroom” with professionals from the cast of Matilda. You will recreate a true Broadway rehearsal taken right from a scene of the famous musical. Time will be left to visit the 9/11 Memorial, tour Rockefeller Plaza, and check out the Girl Scouts of the USA headquarters along with a little shopping in Time Square. Swimming, arts and crafts, s’mores, laughter, and friends are also included. • Registration for the program closes April 1, 2015. Don’t miss out on this great program. Sign up by March 31 and take advantage of the early bird discount. • Girls and parents must attend a pre-trip orientation meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 11, 2015, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Buffalo Service Center. If you have a scheduling conflict and cannot attend, please contact the Council Registrar. Fee: $480 per person Registration closes April 28, 2015
Camp Seven Hills Family Rafting Trip
Spend a glorious day experiencing one of life’s great adventures: whitewater rafting! Check into Camp Seven Hills Saturday morning and then hop on the bus to Letchworth State Park. Experience the wonders of Letchworth State Park as certified guides from Adventure Calls Outfitters lead you on a thrilling 5-mile Class 2 whitewater rafting trip down the gorge. This is perfect for the first-time rafter. Spend approximately four hours on the water enjoying the beauty that Letchworth has to offer. After a hard day of rafting and exploring, take the bus back to Camp Seven Hills for dinner and an engaging evening campfire. Families will be placed in our platform cabin or tent units or you may bring your own tent to pitch if you would like.
Participants must weigh at least 45 pounds. Fee includes rafting, all equipment, transportation, lodging, and meals.
Date: July 25-26, 2015
Fee: $85 per person
Minimum Capacity: 20
Registration closes July 6, 2015
Register today at CampDocs.com!
Celebrating 85 Years at Camp Seven Hills
Did you know that Camp Seven Hills opened its doors in 1930 and served 50 campers that summer? Much has changed over the years. This summer, Camp Seven Hills will celebrate 85 years of summer camp adventures. Calling all families, friends, and alumni! Come to Camp Seven Hills and be part of our celebration weekend as you get a chance
to see how camp has grown and developed through the years. Swimming, boating, horseback riding, ropes course, arts and crafts, tours, laughter, evening campfires, a candle-lit path ceremony, and lots of s’mores will be a part of this celebration weekend. Ropes course and horseback riding will be on a first-come first-served basis and will be an additional fee payable at camp.
Date: July 10-12, 2015
Fee: $60 per person (2 nights)
$30 per person (1 night)
$20 per person (Saturday during the day only)
Children under 5 years of age are free.
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New! Core Camp
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.
New! 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.
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