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  • Long Range PropertyPlanning (LRPP) Update Delegate Meetings Spring 2013
  • GSEM LRPP Process MapCharge 8 months 4 months 4 months Vote LRPP Task Market Research Group Board Sub-Task Group Integration Phase ________ Strategy andLRPP Program Research Preliminary Recommend- BoardTask Group Sub-Task Group Recommendations ationForms Presentation10/13/11 PrepkickoffmeetingBoard/ Finance Property Research FundCEO/ Staff/ Sub-Task Group Membership, CommunityVolunteer Development Stakeholders Review and Comment Communications plan
  • LRPP Subcommittees Methodology Key Findings Market Focus AreasBrenda Fitzgerald Access to property Minimal use from externalJoanne Bragg Radius income range users, especially at smallerKim Lambert-Serna Population trends propertiesBrenda Wheelock Marketing potential Summer camps are ACAKristen Peterson Camp competitors accredited Program Focus Areas Mary Strom Heather Lantz Capacity (Day/Overnight) Upgrades to equipment Kate Nicholson Unique Features Improve roads/parking Sacha Lu Flexible Space Improve buildings/lodges Denise Dixon Proximity/Transportation for year-round access Violet Apple Safety (Program view) Property Miriam Somero Focus Areas Unique and Varied usage Richard Galehouse Ownership Geographic accessibility Jim Sterio Landscape Quality ADA Compliant with least Jennifer Dubois Future Capacity capital outlay Michael Immel Land Use Services Provide Net Revenue Margaret Wood Water Feature Joanna Lenahan Capital Improvements Lu-Ann Souza
  • Key Findings Constituencies Methodology One in four GSEM girls uses Usage Analysis Statistical Analysis a property in any given year Rental, 2011 & 2012 7 of 17 properties had a Current uses of Camp, 2011 & 2012 negative net for 2011 property by members and nonmembers Program, 2011 & 2012 Greater variety of property Income/Exp, 2011 usage correlates with greater revenue Choose properties byVolunteers and Staff Survey Analysis proximity and familiarity 2845 Volunteers Familiarity Belief that properties support 228 Staff/Facilitators Variety of Experiences membership varies inversely Open Sample Online Frequency of Participation by experience on property Nature, Hiking, Outdoor Cooking, Service Projects, Swimming, Canoe/Kayaking Girls and Parents Survey Analysis 1500 girls 3-5th grade, Familiarity Want to feel SAFE on property summer camp 2011 Variety of Experiences CLEAN bathrooms close to 2476 girls 6-12th grade Frequency of Participation sleeping areas Parents of these girls Emerging Demographic LAKE preferred over pool
  • LRPP Data Survey Data 2012 Usage Data 2011-2012 Long Range Property Vision: Our properties are self-sustaining places that provide fun, new, varied and memorableexperiences for girls and that have capacity to be maximized for our current and future use.
  • “When we had to change camp locations, I thought it would never be the same. And then I found it wasn’t about the buildings, it was about the people and the memories.” Girl Scout Volunteer
  • Cedar Hill Waltham, MA LRPP Property Vision: Growth potentialSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 3,510 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program, and Summer Camp 8,360 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 19% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 62%
  • Runels Pelham, NH LRPP Property Vision: Growth potentialSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 1,518 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program, and Summer Camp 10,114 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 27% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 40%
  • Wind in the Pines Plymouth, MA LRPP Property Vision: Growth potentialSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 2,943 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program, and Summer Camp 3,899 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 28% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 40%
  • Maude Eaton Andover, MA LRPP Property Vision: Growth potentialSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 1,361 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program, and Summer Camp 2,621 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 18% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 43%
  • Rice Moody Reading, MA *not owned by GSEM LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting VisionSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 726 Girls in Program and Summer Camp 3,838 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 29% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 45%
  • Virginia Bolton, MA LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting VisionSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 520 Girls in Outdoor Program and Summer Camp 1,084 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 17% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 15%
  • Wabasso Bradford, NH LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting VisionSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 611 Girls in Outdoor Program, and Summer Camp 722 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 18% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 20%
  • Favorite Brewster, MA LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting VisionSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 588 Girls in Summer Camp 592 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 24% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 11%
  • Greenbrier Acushnet, MA LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting VisionSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 143 Girls in Program 1,000 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 15% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 25%
  • Friendship House Gloucester, MA LRPP Property Vision: Capable of Meeting Vision - DestinationSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: No use by Program, Outdoor Program, or Summer Camp 278 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 23% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 10%
  • Edith Read Norton, MA LRPP Property Vision: Falls Short of VisionSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 328 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program and Summer Camp 955 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 8% of available days (year round) Variety of use is 30%
  • Menotomy Meredith, NH *not owned by GSEM LRPP Property Vision: Falls Short of VisionSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 428 Girls in Summer Camp 152 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 8% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 4%
  • Winnetaska Ashland, MA *waterfront not owned by GSEM LRPP Property Vision: Falls Short of VisionSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 456 Girls in Summer Camp (no program use) 1,051 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: 19% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 10%
  • Wampanoag Chilmark, MA LRPP Property Vision:Falls Short of Vision - DestinationSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: No use by Program, Outdoor Program, or Summer Camp 80 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 14% of available days (could be year round) Variety of use is 9%
  • Taupawshas Nantucket, MA LRPP Property Vision:Falls Short of Vision - DestinationSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: No use by Program, Outdoor Program, or Summer Camp 80 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 13% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 3%
  • Paradise Beverly, MA LRPP Property Vision: Falls Short of VisionSelf-sustaining: Positive Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 148 Girls in Program 357 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 19% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 11%
  • The Center Rowley, MA LRPP Property Vision: Falls Short of VisionSelf-sustaining: Negative Net RevenueVaried Experiences for Girls: 258 Girls in Program, Outdoor Program 70 Girls/Adults in RentalCapacity: Current capacity: 13% of available days (not year round) Variety of use is 15%
  • 24% of GSEM girls Greater variety of 7 of 17 properties use a property in any property usage had a negative net given year; national correlates with for 2011 average is 64% greater revenue Choose properties by familiarity and proximity Nature, Hiking, OutdoorCLEAN bathrooms close to sleeping Cooking, Service Projects, Want to feel SAFE Swimming, on property areas Canoe/Kayaking
  • Next Steps in the LRPP ProcessOn January 12, 2013, the GSEM Board voted to approve funding toconduct property appraisals for The Center in Rowley and Paradise inBeverly to determine current value and best use options.GSEM has released a Request for Proposal to 3 area appraisers withthe goal of selecting an appraiser, conducting the appraisals andissuing the final reports by May.GSEM has been meeting with the Essex County Greenbelt Associationto determine strategies to identify parcels that would be consideredfor conservation use.
  • Call To Action:GSEM is taking on the challenge of identifyingopportunities to increase usage of properties byencouraging staff and volunteers to consider conductingmeetings, programs, trainings and other activities onproperties to allow volunteers and girls to gain moreproperty specific experiences which will potentiallyincrease utilization and efficiencies.Questions/Comments: LRPP@girlscoutseasternmass.org