Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ Summer Camp Brochure 2014
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ Summer Camp Brochure 2014

on

  • 904 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
904
Views on SlideShare
898
Embed Views
6

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

2 Embeds 6

http://www.slideee.com 4
http://www.campforgirls.org 2

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ Summer Camp Brochure 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage Paid New Brunswick, NJ Permit #1 40 Brace Road Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 Summer Camp 2014 Adventures Imagination Excitement Girls Rock! Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Tours & S’mores Inawendiwin Day Camp Tabernacle, NJ PM May 4 • 1PM to 4 Tours & S’mores Resident Camp Newfield, NJ Fun Tours & S’mores Day Camp Somerset, NJ Happy Oak Spring May 18 • 1PM to 4PM Sacy PM May 4 • 11AM to 4 Friendship
  • 2. Why Girl Scout Camp? Because Girl Scout camp rocks! With tons of exciting adventures for girls of all ages -both Girl Scouts and non-scouts. Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ (GSCSNJ) runs 3 summer camps, where girls can: • hike trails • cook outdoors • enjoy a campfire • try archery • conquer the rock wall Somerset Oak Spring Middlesex Mercer Burlington Inawendiwin Gloucester Salem Kettle Run Camden Sacy Atlantic Cumberland Cape May • fly down the zip line • cool off in the pool • go canoeing • enjoy outdoor sports and games …and so much more! GSCSNJ summer camps provide girls with both a sense of adventure and the chance for personal growth. We encourage girl participation, personal achievement and skill improvement so every girl feels comfortable and successful. We offer lots of activities and program options specifically designed to meet the diverse and expanding recreational needs and interests of our campers. Camp teaches girls to take responsibility, and the importance of meaningful relationships in life. It is where they can truly be themselves, and accepted for who they are. Self-esteem is boosted, confidence increases, and girls learn about investing in themselves and the things that matter. An interesting thing happens at camp when kids are taken out of their usual environment: the rules change. Everything changes. Authenticity is rewarded. Responsibility is cool. Maturity adds clout. Camp builds confidence. Confidence in one’s abilities is a transferable skill. A child begins to think, “Well, if I can do that, then I can probably do this too…” Girls learn to do things they thought they could not do and recognize their strengths. New to our summer camps? Visit one of our Open Houses. Tour and meet the staff: Inawendiwin and Sacy are having their Open Houses on Sunday, May 4th; Oak Spring is having an Open House on Sunday, May 18th. No registration is necessary. Family and friends are welcome. Safety is our #1 priority. Staff is hired based on experience, ability to serve as a role model and a genuine desire to work with children. All staff participate in pre-camp training. Our camps are accredited by American Camp Association (ACA) and are certified by the NJ Youth Camp Safety Act. Meet the Directors Get to know us. We’re always available to assist and answer your questions. Bear in winter.... waiting for summer! I’m Vicky Allen, Sacy’s Resident Camp Director and Camp Program Manager, but I’m known as “Bear” to all of my camp friends. I started as Oak Spring’s Camp Director 20 years ago when I followed my passion from the Edison Township school system into the woods of our camps. This is my fifth summer at Sacy Resident and I’m more excited than ever for this coming summer! Girls who came for their first resident camp experience are growing up – and now they’re coming back to join the Camp Aide in Training (CAT) program and become tomorrow’s camp leaders! I hope to see you at camp this summer, joining me in this wonderful opportunity! Vicky Allen 732-821-9090 x 125 vallen@gscsnj.org Nalette on a hike in Japan. Hello! I’m Nalette Castillo, Camp Director at Oak Spring. I’m enthusiastic about all things camp and outdoors! I first became involved with Oak Spring Day Camp in my college years, and after a few years of teaching in North Jersey and Japan, I returned to Oak Spring last summer as Camp Director. I am passionate about giving girls the best camp experience possible. I truly believe that camp builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place! I am looking forward to seeing girls grow during their time at Oak Spring Day Camp! Nalette Castillo 732-821-9090 x 123 ncastillo@gscsnj.org Hi all! I’m Shena Seppanen, Inawendiwin’s Day Camp Director, but at camp I’m known as “Stumbles”. 2014 will be my 14th summer working at Girl Scout camp! I’ve made my way from Kettle Run to Sacy to Inawendiwin and worked up the ranks from Assistant Unit Leader to Unit Leader to Assistant Camp Director and finally Camp Director. It has been a wonderfully rewarding journey so far. Throughout the years, the most amazing thing I’ve seen is the transformation of my campers into confident, responsible, accomplished young women…some of whom are even part of the counseling staff now! I’m looking forward to meeting all of our new campers and welcoming back returning campers for new adventures! Shena Seppanen 856-795-1560 x 236 sseppanen@gscsnj.org 1
  • 3. What you should know so you’re ready for a summer of fun No matter what your age – there are plenty of summer programs from which to choose. Camp is designed for YOU. Our rustic camps offer day long, outdoor, summer activities. Hiking is definitely a daily activity just because our camps have so much to offer. Wearing sneakers and socks is a must – no time for flip-flops at camp. Girls have places to go and friends to make! Camp is about friends. Camp allows kids to take a deep breath and unplug from their electronics. Cell phones are not allowed at camp. Girls need to be able to be away from home without needing to call home. It has been our experience that calling home tends to make campers more homesick and is disruptive to other campers. The Camp Director will contact parents or guardians if problems arise. Every attempt will be made to place girls together when coming with friends, but it is not guaranteed. Girls must be in the same camp session and age level to be buddies in the same program. Oak Spring is a 120-acre camp, bordering the Delaware-Raritan Canal in Somerset County. Oak Spring is our camp of rolling hills and grassy fields. Lower camp offers shaded and wooded sites along with the Craft Shack, Daisy Den, Camp Office and Health Center. “The HILL” includes Oak Spring’s new pool, archery range and zip line. To u r s & S’mores Oak Spring Day Camp Somerset, N J May 18 • 1PM 2 to 4PM Inawendiwin is a sprawling 395acre camp in Burlington County and is located in the Pine Barrens. Camp activities and sites are along trails that follow the newly replaced lake. The camp day starts with Opening Flag at the Council Fire Ring – here you’re close to the Camp Office, Adventure House (arts and crafts), the renovated canoeing area and the Troop House. Your day will include hiking to archery, zip line and ends at Inawendiwin’s pool. Tours & S’mores Inawendiwin Day Camp Tabernacle, NJ M May 4 • 1PM to 4P Sacy (pronounced “sack – ee”), short for Camp Sacajawea, is a 186-acre camp located in the pine barrens of NJ in Gloucester County. Sacy is our resident camp offering week-long summer camp experiences, from Sunday – Friday. How can you get to camp? All of our camps offer optional busing. The proposed bus stops and schedules are included with each of the camp’s pages. You will get updated information closer to the start of your daughter’s week at camp. We are committed to keeping the bus routes – slight adjustments might have to be made based on registration. Parents should be at the bus stop about 10 minutes prior to the pick-up and drop-off times. All campers must be met and signed out at drop-off; no camper will be left at a stop. Campers who are not met, effect the schedule for the remaining stops, so parents or guardians need to make every effort to be on time. Note: Parents are responsible for picking up their camper if she attends the Night Lights program on specified weeks. The Night Lights program ends at 8PM on those Thursdays. You also have the option to use “Before/After Care” at both Inawendiwin and Oak Spring Day Camps. The drop-off/pick up times have been established to control traffic and safety for the bus dismissal. Whether you bring your camper or put her on a bus – all campers must be signed in and out. Before you get to camp – registration has been set up so that girls attend programs based on their age level and interests. Program size is limited so that each girl has opportunities to try all of the activities and even improve skills. Staffing is based on age, program size and adultgirl ratios established by GSUSA and ACA. Everyone will receive a confirmation packet with complete information in about a week after you register. The confirmation packets will also be available on campforgirls.org. Once at camp – Girls should wear comfortable clothing. Light colors help reflect heat. Don’t wear new clothes to camp – you’re going to get dirty if you expect to have fun. Sneakers and socks are required – no flip flops, sandals or open-toed shoes – remember girls are participating in outdoor activities. Everything needs to be labeled with the camper’s name. Girls should know what’s in their backpack – so if it gets misplaced, they can identify it in Lost-N-Found. Everyone needs a water bottle, lunch*, towel, swim suit, bug repellent, and sunscreen. Girls might want to bring extra socks and underwear. If rain is in the forecast – don’t forget to pack your poncho – you’ll still be walking around camp! *You’ll get a reminder about cookout day. Overnights include dinner and breakfast. We’re going to take good care of your daughter. Each camp has a Health Center, staffed by a qualified Health Supervisor who is on-site during all camp activities (including overnights). Our camps meet the health and safety standards established by GSUSA, ACA, and NJ Health Department. If illness or injury requires additional medical attention, the Health Supervisor will call the on-call doctor or necessary emergency personnel. Please do not send your camper if she is sick or doesn’t feel well – it is better to have her stay home for a day so she’s able to feel better and return to camp the next day. No BULLY ZONE To u r s & S’mores S ac y Resident Cam p Newfield, NJ May 4 • 11AM to 4PM Camp life is an excellent opportunity for girls to live and work together – proper behavior is always required. One behavior that will not be tolerated is bullying. GSCSNJ reserves the right to send any person home who willfully disobeys camp or bus rules, or whose behavior towards others is unacceptable. 3
  • 4. Fun Never En he T ds! Friendship Memories Fun Adventure
  • 5. OAK SPRING Day Camp • 6/30-7/3 Daisy Den Mini $190 7/7 – 7/11 Daisy Den 1 $235 7/14 – 7/18 Daisy Den 2 7/21 – 7/25 Daisy Den 3 7/28 – 8/1 Daisy Den 4 8/4 – 8/8 Daisy Den 5 8/11 – 8/15 Daisy Den 6 6/30-8/15 OS CA Mini No fee OS CA 2 OS CA 4 Grades 9 and up OS Camp Aide in Training (CAT) $390 Grades 8 and up CAT aids and guides girls to partner with adults in the delivery of program to younger Girl Scouts in the day camp setting. Girls who pass will earn the CIT Mentoring Award. 2-week program Overnight on Thursday 7/10 7/14 – 7/18 Camp Supergirls $235 Grades 1 – 2 It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s the SuperGirls! Each girl will become their very own superhero and protect the camp from bad guys! Splash Bash $235 Grades 1 - 2 Summer can be hot, hot, hot so why not splash around a whole lot? Water games, water balloons, swimming and more! On Your Mark $235 Grades 3 - 4 Are you an active girl with a knack for sports? Kick, dribble, serve and run through all kinds of sports this week! Camp Aides: Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Registration does not guarantee placement. Camp Aides will receive letters inviting them back to camp. Letters will include directions for registration. More Than S’mores $235 Grades 3 - 4 Bored of the same old s’mores? Join us for a fun week of delicious food made Girl Scout style over a campfire! Zombie Apocalypse $235 Grades 5 - 7 Zombies are taking over Oak Spring! Are you prepared for the zombie apocalypse? Extreme Cooking $235 Grades 5 - 7 Bring out your inner chef as we learn to cook outdoors. Learn new meals, snacks and desserts! Beyond Wonderland $240 Grades 1 - 2 Curiouser and curiouser! Slide down the rabbit hole, join our tea parties, and go on adventures “beyond Wonderland”. Night Lights extended day on Thursday Let’s Get Cooking $240 Like to cook indoors and out? Join us to make yummy food. Did you know that you can bake in a box or cook in a bag? Try new foods and new ways to cook them. Night Lights extended day on Thursday Down by the Den, where the Daisies all go! The Daisy Den is designed for the youngest campers. The girls will explore the wonders of camp from arts and crafts to cooking and science. The girls learn new camp songs, how to swim, boat, and cook outside on a campfire. And don’t forget – make new friends! The Daisy Den is a perfect introduction to all that camp has to offer! No overnight option. Positions available all 7 weeks. 7/21 – 7/25 OS CA 6 $390 Join us for a great horse experience. Each week will include 4 days of equestrian activities at a local stable. Activities include horse care, grooming, riding, safety and service. 7/14 – 7/18 Horsin’ Around 1 7/21 – 7/25 Horsin’ Around 2 7/28 – 8/1 Horsin’ Around 3 8/4 – 8/8 Horsin’ Around 4 Grades 3 – 7 No overnight option. 6/30 – 7/3 Camp Rookie $190 New to camp and can’t decide what program is best for you? Get a taste of all the different activities that Camp Oak Spring has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, water fun, and more! Grades 1 - 2 Princess Camp $190 Grades 1 - 2 Camp Sampler $190 Grades 3 - 4 Grades 1 - 2 New to camp or can’t pick just one program? Get a taste of all the different activities that Camp Oak Spring has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, water fun, and more! $190 Grades 3 - 4 Grades 3 - 4 Must Love Dogs $190 Grades 5 - 7 $190 Grades 5 - 7 $240 Grades 1 - 2 $240 Grades 1 - 2 Want to get messy and have fun creating all sorts of fun and funky things. Then join us exploring new ways to paint, decorate things to wear and other fun crafts. Night Lights extended day on Thursday Katniss’ Challenge $250 Grades 3 - 4 Camp is transformed into Camp Panem and no one is safe! It’s every district for themselves, so teamwork is necessary to being named the victors of this summer’s Hunger Games! Overnight on Thursday Take the Stage $250 Grades 3 - 4 Learn about theatre, the show process, improv games and a special musical number to perform for the whole camp! Overnight on Thursday Wheelin’ on the River $250 Grades 5 - 7 Ride along the Delaware-Raritan Canal towpath and learn simple bike maintenance. Each participant provides her own bike, helmet, and lock. Thursday’s goal : 25 miles! Overnight on Thursday Glee Perfect $250 Grades 5 - 7 Get those vocal chords ready for a week of camp songs, Girl Scout songs and even the latest hits! Arrange and prepare your own musical performance to show the whole camp. Overnight on Thursday Camp is Camp Panem and no one is safe! It’s every district for themselves to become the Hunger Game victors! Overnight on Thursday $250 Grades 5 - 7 It’s time to de-stress and relax – welcome to the Oak Spring Spa. Make beauty products, enjoy fresh fruit juices and more! Overnight on Thursday Into the Woods $235 Grades 1 - 2 Explore the woods and fields of Oak Spring. This week is full of hiking, scavenger hunts, camping skills and more! $235 Grades 1 - 2 Sculpt?? You bet! Clay, paper mache, yarn, paper... maybe even mud! We’ll have a jam packed week of sculpting and crafting in store! Cache Trek $235 Grades 3 - 4 There’s loads of buried “treasure” for you to discover in and around Oak Spring! Join our trek and “cache” in on the fun! Aquaventures $235 Grades 3 - 4 Camp will be our water park! Week of water fun, games in the pool and boat races. Beat the heat with slip-n-slides and water balloons and sprinklers. Life’s a Beach $235 Grades 5 - 7 Tie dye, hula lessons, water obstacle courses, and more! Join us as we transform Oak Spring into the best “beach” ever! Miss Fix It Celebrate the glory of water with a visit through our very own Camp Water Park created for the week! Night Lights extended day on Thursday Feelin’ Crafty $250 Grades 5 - 7 Sculpt Your World 7/28 – 8/1 Splash, paddle and prepare for a canoe trip along the Delaware-Raritan Canal. Participants must be able to pass a deep water swim test. Splish Splash Do you have a dog? Or just wish you did? Meet all of our dog visitors - therapy dogs, police dogs, agility dogs, & more! Overnight on Thursday Pamper Yourself Curiouser and curiouser! What kind of outdoor adventures will you find when you slide down the rabbit hole? Can U Canoe $250 Grades 3 - 4 Catching Fire Explore Greek Mythology, become your own demigod and use teamwork to complete challenges and special quests. Adventures In Wonderland $250 Campers will learn the true meaning of girl power when they turn themselves into superheroes! It’s super hero boot camp, training the girls to be the best superheroes they can be! Overnight on Thursday $235 Grades 5 - 7 Get your tool belts ready for a week of handiwork and home improvement. You can leave a lasting mark with camp service projects. Krafty Kids $240 Grades 1 - 2 Cut it, glue it, paint it, dye it, craft it! Spend the week creating awesome arts & crafts projects. Night Lights extended day on Thursday Mad Science $240 Grades 1 - 2 Discover the wonders of science. Are you ready to make things explode or float? Mix things together and see what happens. Find out how much fun science can be. Night Lights extended day on Thursday The Olympians $250 Grades 3 - 4 Explore Greek Mythology, become your own demigod and use teamwork to complete challenges and special quests. Overnight on Thursday Strings and Things $250 Grades 3 - 4 Everyone’s getting creative! Make lots of different jewelry projects with yarn, string, rainbow looms and other materials. Overnight on Thursday Hogwarts $250 Grades 5 - 7 Welcome to Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry! It’ll be a week of potions, playing Quidditch, and enjoying butterbeer. Overnight on Thursday Who Dun It? $250 Grades 5 - 7 Hone your detective skills, use science, and work as a team to solve a camp mystery! Overnight on Thursday Tributes Training Camp $250 Grades 8 and up Camp is Camp Panem and no one is safe! It’s every district for themselves to become the Hunger Game victors! Overnight on Thursday Supergirls It may be summer camp but who says you can’t spend it like royalty? Join us in the enchanted kingdom this summer as we create and live everything like a princess and attend a royal ball! Camp Half-Blood 7/7 – 7/11 Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown 7/7 – 7/11 and 7/14 – 7/18 6/30-7/3 – (Monday – Thursday) OS CA 5 6 OAK SPRING Day Camp • No overnight option. Grade K OS CA 1 OS CA 3 Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown 8/4 – 8/8 7
  • 6. OAK SPRING Day Camp • Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown Into the Past $235 Grades 1 - 2 Wonder what it would be like to have been a Girl Scout 100 years ago? Let’s travel through time with Girl Scouts from the past. Have fun exploring their badges, uniforms, games and crafts. Camp Challenge $235 Grades 1 - 2 Get a taste of all the different activities that Camp Oak Spring has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, water fun, and camp challenges! The Beach Life $235 Grades 3 - 4 It’s time for some fun in the sun with water games and beach games that make Oak Spring the best “beach” ever. Potter Power $235 Grades 3 - 4 $235 Interested in being a lifeguard one day? Girls must be able to swim front crawl 25 yards continuously while breathing to the front or side; tread water for 1 minute using arms and legs; submerge and swim a distance of 10 feet under water. This course provides a foundation of aquatic and leadership skills. Grades 5 - 7 Get Set, Go! $235 Grades 5 - 7 Run, kick, toss and catch as you play sports, run relays and learn about teamwork. It’s Your Choice $275 Grades 8 - 11 Girls get to design and create their own program. What will you do this week? You decide! Registered girls will be contacted at the beginning of summer to discuss their own choices! Program includes a trip. Campers register for specific program themes designed to give campers new and unique opportunities to learn, grow and make friends. In addition to the program theme, campers will have an opportunity to participate in a variety of camp activities including swimming and boating. Every week, campers will also participate in a cookout and help prepare their group’s lunch over a campfire. Buses $100/Week Oak Spring Day Camp has optional bus transportation with centralized stops made in an effort to shorten the bus ride. Routes may have to be adjusted based on registration. Actual pick up and drop off times will be sent one month prior to camp. Transportation is the responsibility of the parent for late arrival or early departure. Full bus fees must be paid at the time of registration. Night Lights programs are held on Thursday of indicated weeks. Program includes dinner and ends at 8PM. All camp lunch is offered on Friday of these weeks. No bus transportation for girls staying for the extended day. Overnight programs are held on Thursday of indicated weeks. Program includes dinner, breakfast and lunch on Friday. Packing list is in the confirmation packet. Bus 1 1-1 Hamilton Square: Nottingham HS 1-2 Lawrence: Shopping Ctr Business Rt. 1 & Texas Ave 1-3 Princeton: Shopping Center, Harrison St. Bus 2 2-1 Pennington: Hopewell Crossing Shopping Center, Denow Rd 2-2 W. Windsor/Plainsboro: HS, Clarksville Rd. 2-3 So. Brunswick: High School, Stouts Lane Entrance Bus 3 3-1 Spotswood: HS, Summerhill Road 3-2 Jamesburg: St. James Church, Lincoln Ave. 3-3 East Brunswick: G.S. Service Center, Church Lane 3-4 North Brunswick: John Adams School Bus 4 4-1 4-2 4-3 Woodbridge: 1st Pres. Church, Rahway Ave Metuchen: Edgar MS, Brunswick Ave. Edison: Thomas Jefferson MS, Division Street Pick-up Drop-off 7:30 7:45 8:15 5:30 5:15 4:45 Pick-up Drop-off 7:30 8:00 8:15 5:30 5:00 4:45 Pick-up Drop-off 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 5:15 5:00 4:45 4:30 Pick-up Drop-off 7:30 8:00 8:15 5:30 4:55 4:35 Drop Off – Pick Up Before & After Care $75/Week Drop Off 8:30 – 8:45 AM Before Care is available between 7:30 AM – 9 AM Pick Up 8 Exciting options for campers Welcome to Oak Spring, Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry! They will explore the magical world of camp, learning skills and creating bonds forever. Guard Start 8/11 – 8/15 4:15 – 4:30 PM After Care is available between 4 PM – 6 PM Includes activities, supervision and an afternoon snack. Please include your daughter in the summer camp decision making process. If you have questions, please contact us. We’re here to help everyone get ready for camp. We want everyone to have a great time and be successful in everything they try. Night Lights – A great intro for girls who have wondered what camp is like at night, without having to stay all night. Girls get to stay late on Thursday night (of specific weeks) and enjoy an extra swim, games, dinner and a campfire. Parents must pick up their camper by 8 PM. Overnights – Girls ready for an overnight are going to love this extra we’ve added to the day camp program. At Oak Spring, girls will get to stay in one of the yurts, acorn huts or in a platform tent based on their program’s home base during the day. At Inawendiwin, overnight camping includes acorn huts, platform tents or buildings. No matter whether your camper is staying for the Night Lights program or the Overnight, you will get more info about the planned menu and activities that week. Your daughter’s Unit Leader will be confirming her participation with you. Resident Camp – Please read the confirmation information on www.campforgirls.org when considering the resident camp experience for your daughter. If you have any questions, please contact Vicky Allen, vallen@gscsnj.org or call 732821-9090 x125. All campers stay in platform tents. Each tent has 4 cots. Bathrooms are centrally located. Units have electricity – so there are lights in the pavilions for night time games, reading or talking with friends. Health Info CampDoc CampDoc.com is the electronic health record management system. It will help us consolidate and integrate camper health information into a centralized and secure location. The CampDoc system will give our doctors and nurses instant access to camper health information, a key component in providing patient care. Families who used the CampDoc system last summer will not have to re-enter all of the camper’s information. All you have to do is update and make any necessary corrections. The security, confidentialilty and privacy of your camper’s personal health information will always be protected. The CampDoc.com site is secure, encrypted and password protected. • The email address we send to CampDoc is the one you  provide with your registration. Please make sure you always have access to that email account. • You will receive a “Welcome E-mail” from CampDoc.com with  information about how to set up your account and complete your camper’s health information. • Click the link in the Welcome E-mail to set a new password  for your CampDoc.com account. • Follow the instructions, and complete the health history for  your camper. Alerts will appear for any required information that is missing. • Upload any required documents to your CampDoc.com  account. (If you have trouble, you can mail copies to us and we will scan and upload for you. Please send to V Allen, Camp Program Manager, 108 Church Lane, East Brunswick, NJ 08816) • Return to CampDoc.com at any time to make changes /  updates to your daughter’s health information. • Please set register@campdoc.com as a “safe sender,” to  avoid accidental delivery of emails from CampDoc.com to junk and spam folders. Girls attending resident camp need a physican’s signature on the resident camp health form, downloadable from CampDoc or our website, www.campforgirls.org 9
  • 7. Inawendiwin Day Camp • 7/7 – 7/11 S’more Fun $235 Grades K - 3 Geocaching Gurus $235 Grades 4 - 8 IN Camp Aide 1 7/7 – 7/11 and 7/14 – 7/18 IN Camp Aide in Training (CAT) 7/14 – 7/18 Good Eats No fee $390 Grades 8 and up $240 Grades K - 3 Girls on Fire $250 Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown Are you a first-time camper? Try a little bit of everything and discover what makes camp so great: crafts, singing, games, outdoor exploration and swimming. Splash around in the pool, make new friends and explore new places. Have s’more fun this summer! Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Registration does not guarantee placement. Camp Aides will be contacted about their program assignment. Letterboxing Ladies $235 Put your problem-solving skills to the test as you spend this adventurous week searching for clues and solving riddles to find the treasures hidden throughout camp. Girls will practice the art of letterboxing by learning the basics, make stamps, think of clues, and create a camp letterbox. Overnight on Thursday Grades 4 - 8 Do you have dancing feet? Line dancing, Zumba, square dancing, and dancing games will keep your feet tapping the whole week through! Enjoy swimming, making crafts, singing songs, and outdoor cooking as well. Turn up the music because we’ll be movin’ and groovin’ all week long! IN Camp Aide 3 7/28 – 8/1 No fee See description for 7/7-7/11 Fireflies & Fairy Wings $240 Have you ever wanted to stay up a little later during camp? This is your chance to chase fireflies, go on a night hike and spend time star gazing. During the day discover all the fun things you can do at camp like swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, and an obstacle course. Light up the night with a fairy party! Night Lights extended day on Thursday Grades K - 3 Grades 4 - 8 It’s a mystery and we need your help to solve it! What’s missing this summer? The camp mascot or the Camp Director? Fingerprint the staff, create sketches of suspects, and work with fellow detectives to follow the clues. Overnight on Thursday No fee See description for 7/7-7/11 Magic, Mystery, & Mayhem $250 IN Camp Aide 4 $235 IN Camp Aide 5 No fee See description for 7/7-7/11 8/11 – 8/15 Silly Science $240 Get messy! Make Oobleck, silly putty, and ice cream, and learn a little science along the way. Grab your old clothes and gear up for some slippery, slimy fun! Night Lights extended day on Thursday IN Camp Aide 6 See description for 7/7-7/11 $235 Grades 4 - 8 What’s cooking? If you are a budding chef, enjoy this opportunity to explore the kitchen and prepare a meal for your camp friends. When you are not taste-testing in the kitchen, you’ll be swimming, zip-lining, and trying your hand at archery. Love to cook or want to learn? Whip up tasty treats and design your own recipe cards to share or take home to make special treats. Put on oven mitts for Dutch oven, pie iron and grill cooking with a buffet of camp activities including swimming and crafts. Night Lights extended day on Thursday No fee Movin’ & Groovin’ Grades K - 3 Culinary Crew Glamping Out IN Camp Aide 2 Overnight on Thursday Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown Great art picks up where nature ends, so explore both art and nature and let your creative juices flow. You’ll create a different art project each day: paint, draw and design art to decorate your room! Of course, you’ll also have time to swim, play, and explore the rest of camp too. $235 Art-astic CAT: Camp Aide Training- girls partner with staff in the delivery of program to younger Girl Scouts in the day camp setting. Girls who pass will earn the CIT Mentoring Award and are eligible to apply as a volunteer Camp Aide. 2 week program with overnight on Thursday 7/17 Ready, aim, fire! If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at archery, this is the session for you. Spend time each day on the archery range - at the end of the week, take the archer’s challenge against your counselors as you shoot like Katniss and Merida. Overnight on Thursday Grades K -3 8/4 – 8/8 A new adventure is awaiting you! Geocaching is a fun outdoor activity that involves finding things that are hidden that no one else knows about. You will learn how to use a GPS and navigate through the woods to the hidden treasures. When you are not searching, you’ll be making and finding things of your own to trade into the cache. Grades 4 - 8 7/21 – 7/25 Inawendiwin Day Camp • Grades K - 3 $250 Glamorous + Camping= Glamping! Think camping can’t be glamorous? Well, then you have not been “glamping” yet! Experience a spa-like camping experience complete with face masks, manicures, pedicures, paraffin wax and more in between all of our traditional camp fun. Overnight on Thursday Grades 6 - 8 No fee See description for 7/7-7/11 Campers register for specific program themes designed to give campers new and unique opportunities to learn, grow and make friends. In addition to the program theme, campers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of camp activities including swimming and boating. Every week, campers will also participate in a cookout and help prepare their group’s lunch over a campfire. Buses $100/Week Inawendiwin Day Camp has optional bus transportation with centralized stops made in an effort to shorten the bus ride. Routes may have to be adjusted based on registration. Actual pick up and drop off times will be sent one month prior to camp. Transportation is the responsibility of the parent for late arrival or early departure. Full bus fees must be paid at the time of registration. Overnight on Thursday Night Lights programs are held on Thursday of indicated weeks. Program includes dinner and ends at 8PM. No bus transportation for girls staying for the extended day. Overnight programs are held on Thursday of indicated weeks. Program includes dinner and breakfast Friday. A suggested packing list will be included in the confirmation packet. Bus 5 Pick-up Drop-off Bus 6 Pick-up Drop-off 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 Leap Academy, Cooper St., Camden Sumner School, 8th Street, Camden Chuck-E-Cheese, Rt. 38, Cherry Hill Collingswood High School, Collings Ave., Collingswood CVS Pharmacy, Kings Hwy, Haddon Heights Burger King, Brace Road, Cherry Hill Voorhees Town Center, Echelon Rd. Voorhees Twp Camp Inawendiwin 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 Rite Aid Pharmacy, White Horse Pike, Atco Super Fresh, Rt. 70, Marlton CVS Pharmacy, Rt. 38, Mt. Laurel Niagara Hose Fire House, High St., Burlington Rite Aid Pharmacy, Rt. 38, Lumberton Camp Inawendiwin 6:45 7:00 7:20 7:35 7:45 7:55 8:10 8:55 6:50 7:15 7:40 8:10 8:40 8:55 6:55 6:40 6:20 6:00 5:45 5:30 5:05 4:30 6:40 6:20 5:15 5:30 5:00 4:30 Drop Off – Pick Up Before & After Care $75/Week Drop Off 8:45 – 9:00 AM Before Care is available between 7:30 AM – 9 AM Pick Up 4:30 – 4:45 PM After Care is available between 4:30 PM – 6 PM Includes activities, supervision and an afternoon snack. 10 11
  • 8. SACY Resident Camp • 6/29 – 7/2 Mini Week Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown Wet and Wild Mini $260 Grades 3 and up Water challenges and games on the lake and in the pool. Sunrise floating breakfast to an after dark ‘midnight’ swim. Water polo, water balloons, slip n slide…it’s all wet! Sunday, 6/29 at 4PM - Wednesday, 7/2 at 4PM Super Girl Mini $260 Grades 3 and up Join forces to solve puzzles and challenges, power through competitions and super power defeat of the villain stealing camp fun. Leave your mark with a service project. Sunday, 6/29 at 4PM – Wednesday, 7/2 at 4PM Camp Aide – Mini $50 Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 6/29 at 3PM – Wednesday, 7/2 at 4PM 7/6 – 7/11 Sacy Camp Aide 1 $75 7/7 – 7/11 Summer Sizzler Day Camp SACY Resident Camp • Grade Completed in 6/2014 is Shown Sacy Camp Aide in Training 2 (CAT – 2) $470 8/3 – 8/8 Wet and Wild 2 Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 7/6 at 3PM – Friday, 7/11 at 4PM $415 Grades 3 and up Water challenges and games on the lake and in the pool. Sunrise floating breakfast to an after dark ‘midnight’ swim. Water polo, water balloons, slip n slide…it’s all wet! Sunday, 8/3 at 4PM – Friday, 8/8 at 4PM Super Girl $260 Grades 2 and up New to camp or not ready for staying overnight? Get a taste of all the different activities that Sacy has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, archery, rock wall, water fun, and more! Lunch and snacks served each day. Optional overnight on Thursday. Monday-Friday, 9AM – 5PM $415 Grades 3 and up Join forces to solve puzzles and challenges, power through competitions and counter the villain stealing camp fun. Leave your mark with a service project. Sunday, 8/3 at 4PM – Friday, 8/8 at 4PM Survivor Trip $525 Games for Tributes 1 $415 Grades 3 and up Camp is transformed into Camp Panem and no one is safe! It’s every district for themselves, so teamwork is necessary to being named the victors of this week’s Hunger Games! Sunday, 7/13 at 4PM – Friday, 7/18 at 4PM Test your outdoor and game skills. Swimming, canoeing and archery challenges will put you to the test. The ultimate challenge: White Water Challengers with a 2-night overnight. Girls must be in excellent health and able to do rigorous activity daily. Must be able to pass a swim test and show proficiency in canoe skills. Sunday, 8/3 at 4PM – Friday, 8/8 at 4PM Wet and Wild 1 $415 Grades 3 and up Water challenges and games on the lake and in the pool. Sunrise floating breakfast to an after dark ‘midnight’ swim. Water polo, water balloons, slip n slide…it’s all wet! Sunday, 7/13 at 4PM – Friday, 7/18 at 4PM Stable Zone 1 7/13 – 7/18 7/27 – 8/1 and 8/3 – 8/8 $585 Program features 4 days of equestrian activities at a local stable, including horse care and grooming, riding, safety, and service. Helmets are provided by the stable. Campers MUST wear long pants and shoes with low heel for the stable portion of the day. Afternoon activities include swimming, archery, crafts, cookout and rock wall. Sunday, 7/13 at 4PM – Friday, 7/18 at 4PM Grades 4 and up Sacy Camp Aide 2 7/13 – 7/18 and 7/20 – 7/25 $75 $470 Leadership training program in camp programming and outdoor skills. First week: outdoor skill building and group leadership. Second week: working with girls in unit programs. Full program participation and competency in outdoor skills is required to pass this course. Girls will earn the CIT Mentoring Award. Sun. 7/13 at 4PM – Fri. 7/18 at 4PM; Sun. 7/20 at 4PM – Fri. 7/25 at 4PM Grades 8 and up 2 week program $415 Grades 3 and up $415 Grades 3 and up $585 Grades 4 and up See description 7/13 – 7/18 Sacy Camp Aide 3 $75 Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 7/20 at 3PM – Friday, 7/25 at 4PM Games for Tributes 2 $415 Grades 3 and up Ultimate Chef Challenge Stable Zone – 3 Sacy Camp Aide 4 12 Sacy Camp Aide 5 There is a certain pride shared by the girls that have seen Sacy’s Lama-deer. Join us in this weird program, seeking the truth behind the legends and strange facts of camp. Sunday, 7/20 at 4PM – Friday, 7/25 at 4PM $75 Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 8/3 at 3PM – Friday, 8/8 at 4PM Don’t go all summer without seeing your Girl Scout Troop! Back by popular demand, Troop Summer Camping! Camp Sacy will have a limited troop camping opportunity, complete with Sacy staff leading the way! Sacy staff will be your trained camper and certified First Aider – now there is nothing holding you back! Troops will be assigned to platform tent units. Troop Leaders go to www.gscsnj.org/registration to register for this program. Search on keywords “Camp Sampler.” 7/6 – 7/8 Camp Sampler Troop - 1 7/9 – 7/11 $135/girl $50/adult Get a taste of all the different activities that Sacy has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, water fun, archery, and more! Grades 3 and up Sunday, 7/6 at 4PM – Tuesday, 7/8 at 4PM $135/girl $50/adult Get a taste of all the different activities that Sacy has to offer – crafting, hiking, outdoor cooking, water fun, archery and more! Grades 3 and up Camp Sampler Troop - 2 It’s back to basics with camp crafts, shelter building, outdoor cooking and unit competitions. Do you have what it takes? Help your team meet each challenge with success! Sunday, 7/20 at 4PM – Friday, 7/25 at 4PM Stable Zone 2 7/27 – 8/1 Secrets from Sacy Boot Camp 7/20 – 7/25 Grades 6 and up Trip Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 7/13 at 3PM – Friday, 7/18 at 4PM Sacy Camp Aide in Training 1 (CAT – 1) Leadership training program in camp programming and outdoor skills. First week: outdoor skill building and group leadership. Grades 8 Second week: working with girls in unit programs. and up Full program participation and competency in outdoor skills is required to pass this 2 week program course. Girls will earn the CIT Mentoring Award. Sun. 7/27 at 4PM – Fri. 8/1 at 4PM Sun. 8/3 at 4PM – Fri. 8/8 at 4PM Wednesday, 7/9 at 10AM – Friday, 7/11 at 4PM Buses $100/Week Sacy Day Camp has optional bus transportation with centralized stops made in an Optional Van for Resident Camp Camp is Camp Panem and no one is safe! It’s every district for themselves to become victors of this week’s Hunger Games! Sunday, 7/27 at 4PM – Friday, 8/1 at 4PM •  50 one-way from East Brunswick $ to Sacy, departing by 2PM on Sunday $415 Grades 3 and up Test your cooking skills and challenge your taste buds; plan a meal each day using a budget; create new and fun dishes based on a daily challenge using both outdoor and indoor cooking techniques. Work up an appetite with traditional camp activities. Sunday, 7/27 at 4PM – Friday, 8/1 at 4PM $585 Grades 4 and up See description 7/13 – 7/18 7-1 ShopRite, White Horse Pike, Absecon 7-2 Boscov’s Rt. 322, Egg Harbor Twp. 7-3 Regal Cinema, Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing 7-4 CVS Pharmacy, Harding Hwy, Mays Landing $75 Girls who have successfully completed the CAT program in 2013 or before. Sunday, 7/27 at 3PM – Friday, 8/1 at 4PM Sunday, 7/20 at 4PM – Friday, 7/25 at 4PM Sunday, 7/27 at 4PM – Friday, 8/1 at 4PM effort to shorten the bus ride. Routes may have to be adjusted based on registration. Actual pick up and drop off times will be sent one month prior to camp. Full bus fees must be paid at the time of registration Buses for Sacy Day Camp Week 7/7 – 7/11 Bus 7 Bus 8 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 CVS, Center Square Road, Woolwich Twp. Amish Market, Rt. 322, Mullica Hill K Mart Bridgeton Pike, Mantua Twp. Fosters Rt. 47 and New Rd., Glassboro Pick-up Drop-off 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 6:00 5:45 5:30 5:15 Pick-up Drop-off 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 6:00 5:45 5:30 5:15 • 50 one-way from Sacy to East $ Brunswick, departing camp at 4PM on Friday •  100 round trip, see times above. $ •  ffered weeks of 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, O and 8/3 13
  • 9. 2014 Camper Registration Registration Tips Camp is designed for you! The athlete, the adventurer, the master chef, the future scientist, the artist - anything you want to be! Use one form for each camper camper. Complete both sides of this registration form. Mail to: GSCSNJ Registration opens March 1, 2014. Include $50 non-refundable deposit per session Attn: Finance/Summer Camp or pay in full. The balance of camp fees must be paid by June 1, 2014. 40 Brace Road Campers with unpaid balances will be removed from sessions. Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 Camper Information Please print clearly. Incomplete registrations will be returned Camper Information Please print clearly. Incomplete registrations will be returned Camper Name _____________________________________________________Home Phone (______)______________________ Camper Name _____________________________________________________Home Phone (______)______________________ Street Address ____________________________________________________________City_____________________State___Zip___________ Street Address ____________________________________________________________City_____________________State___Zip___________ Mother/ Mother/ Name _______________________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Guardian Guardian Name _______________________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Father/ Father/ Guardian Name _______________________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Important Registration Information: Registration opens March 1, 2014 Registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. We encourage current Girl Scouts to register online to expedite the registration process. GSCSNJ summer camps are open to all girls completing grades K – 12 in the spring of 2014. Financial Assistance – Council Cares All applicants for summer camp financial assistance must be registered Girl Scout members. All applications are confidential. Awards are based on need and availability of funds. Awards will not be granted when there is an outstanding debt to GSCSNJ. Awards are non-transferable. The application is available for download at www.campforgirls.org with complete instructions. Deadline for submission of Council Cares applications is May 1, 2014. Attach independent income verification (ex. Federal Tax return, W-2, SSI award letter, State Assistance or Unemployment Benefit Rate letter) to the application. The $50 deposit will register your camper into a program and hold her space until June 1, 2014. If you need to register for the optional transportation, you must also pay that fee at time of registration. All balances must be paid by June 1, 2014. •  eparate registration forms must be completed for each camper. S Photocopies are acceptable, however an original signature must be on each form. You will be contacted by CampDoc to set up a secure account for health history information so please use email that you have daily access to. Emergency Contact Name _______________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Emergency Contact Name _______________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Relationship to Camper ________________________________________________________________ Relationship other than the persons listed above will need written permission. Any person(s) to Camper ________________________________________________________________ •  egistration requires a minimum non-refundable deposit of R $50 per program. Any person(s) other than the persons listed above will need written permission. •  ptional transportation or Before/After Care must be paid for at time O of registration. __ I am not a Girl Scout. Include $30 membership fee. Complete shaded area below. __ I am a Girl Scout in GSCSNJ __ I am a Girl Scout in GSCSNJ __ I am a Girl Scout in another council. Council Name: _________________________________________________________________________ __ I am a Girl financial assistance. Complete and attach Financial Assistance Form with documentation. __ RequestingScout in another council. Council Name: _________________________________________________________________________ __ Requesting financial assistance. Complete and attach Financial Assistance Form with documentation. •  irl Scout membership is is $30 and covers the Girl Scout year G of 10/1/13 – 9/30/14. • f we are unable to place a camper in the program of her choice, I all fees will be fully refunded. Membership fees will not be refunded. •  here are no refunds, nor will fees be pro-rated if a camper has to T leave camp early due to illness, homesickness, behavior problems or other reasons. The same applies to late arrival or failure to attend. •  $25 service fee will be charged for any changes to a camper’s A original registration after the initial order is processed. This includes changes to camp programs or bus transportation. •  ayment in full for all summer camp programs is due by June 1, 2014. P •  written cancellation request must be received more than 30 days A prior to camp session in order to receive a refund, minus the nonrefundable $50 deposit per program. A doctor’s note is required for refunds within 30 days of a session’s start date. There are 2 ways to register: Online: www.gscsnj.org/registration. Registrants must already have an online eBiz account or activate one. If you need help with registrtion, you can contact:  ebizhelp@gscsnj.org • 800-582-7692 x288 Mail: GSCSNJ Attn: Finance/Summer Camp, 40 Brace Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 14 Guardian Name _______________________________________________ Daytime Phone (___)__________ Evening Phone (___)___________ Email __________________ _________________________________________________________ Email __________________ _________________________________________________________ You will be contacted by CampDoc to set up a secure account for health history information so please use email that you have daily access to. Camper is completing grade ____________________ in June 2014. Camper is completing grade ____________________ in June 2014. Please indicate membership status: Please indicate membership status: __ I am not a Girl Scout. Include $30 membership fee. Complete shaded area below. Please indicate camp: PleaseSpring __camp: Sacy __ Oak indicate Inawendiwin __ __ Oak Spring __ Inawendiwin __ Sacy Camper’s birthday is _______________________________ Camper’s birthday is _______________________________ Transportation (must be paid at time of registration) Before and will be Care own transportation __ Camper After using $75/week __ Oak Spring __ Inawendiwin T-shirt Size __ Bus transportation ($100/week) Bus Stop (example 5-1) __-__ T-shirt Size Transportation (must be paidOaktime of registration) __ Inawendiwin __ Sacy __ at Spring __ Youth M __ Youth L __ Adult S __ Youth M __ Youth L __ Adult S __ Adult M __ Adult L __ Adult XL __ Adult M __ Adult L __ Adult XL Before and After Care - $75/week __ Oak Spring __ Inawendiwin __ Camper will be using own transportation Van transportation ($100/week)Resident Camp 5-1) __-__ __ Bus transportation for Sacy Bus Stop (example __ Sacy ($50) __ __ Inawendiwin __ ToOak Spring To E. Bruns. ($50) __ Round Trip ($100) Membership Registration for girls joining Girl Scouts Membership Valid 10/1/2013 – 9/30/2014 Name of school _______________________________________________________________ in (city) ____________________________________ Registrant is under the custodial care of (check one) __ both parents __ mother/guardian only __ father/guardian only __ other (specify) : ____________________________________________ We acknowledge the registrant will make the Girl Scout Promise and accept the Girl Scout Law. The registrant has our permission to join Girl Scouts. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date We understand that when participating in Girl Scout activities, the registrant may be photographed for print, video, or electronic imaging. We understand that the images may be used in promotional materials, news releases, and other published forms for either the local Girl Scout council or GSUSA. We acknowledge that the images will be the sole property of either the local Girl Scout council or GSUSA. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date We encourage you to voluntarily provide the following information. This information will be used by GSUSA to help improve service to members and advance the Girl Scout movement. The registrant’s racial background is (Please check as many as apply) __ American Indian/Alaskan Native __ Asian __ Black/African American __ (Hawaiian/Pacific Islander __ White __ Other (specify) The registrant’s ethnic background is (Please check one) __ Hispanic/Latina __ Not Hispanic/Latina 15
  • 10. Payment Calculator Camper Name: ______________________________________________ Camp Weeks Session Name / Session Cost Camp Bus Fee or Week Total Before / After Care Mini Week June 29 – July 2 Sacy June 29 – July 3 OS Get Ready. Get Excited. Hope you’re as excited as we are. Week One July 6 – 11 Sacy Camp Aide July 7 – 11 Sacy Day July 7 – 11 IN/OS Week Two July 13 – 18 Sacy July 14 – 18 IN/OS Each week has some things in common – something extra to look forward to. Week Three July 20 – 25 Sacy July 21 – 25 IN/OS Welcome to Camp — Each camper will see the Health Supervisor. Week Four July 27 – Aug 1 Sacy July 28 – Aug 1 IN/OS Week Five Aug 3 – 8 Aug 4 – 8 Picture Day is Tuesday. Each program (day camp) and resident camp unit gets a group shot taken by a professional photographer. Pictures are given out on Friday and are the perfect way to remember friends and fun. Sacy IN/OS Week Six Aug 11 – 15 IN/OS Sacy = Sacajawea Resident Camp. (Residential) (Sacy Day Camp only offered Week One. No Resident Camp that week) All campers receive a camp t-shirt on their first Tuesday in camp. Each summer there is a new design featuring all 3 summer camps (represented by their animal mascots). Campers attending multiple weeks should wear their t-shirt each Tuesday for picture day! There is a $30 Non-GS Member fee for girls not currently registered. IN = Inawendiwin Day Camp (9AM-4:30PM, M-F) OS = Oak Spring Day Camp (9AM – 4PM, M-F) Total Due by June 1, 2014 Payment Due Now with registration form Session Deposit Total Bus Or Before/After Care $ $30 NON-GS Membership Make sure your deposit includes: 1. Minimum of $50 for each session 2. All fees for bus or Before/After care. (MUST be paid in full with registration.) # of sessions x $50 = ______ 3. Non-Girl Scouts: $30 membership fee *Amount enclosed Payment by: __ Check # ___________ Credit Card: __ Visa __ Mastercard __ Discover __ Amex Card # __________________________________________ CVV ____ Exp.Date _____________ *I authorize GSCSNJ to charge my credit card the amount listed above as “Amount enclosed”. ___________________________________________________ Please Print Name of Cardholder ___________________________________________________ Signature of Cardholder Permission to Participate My child / ward has permission to participate in all activities offered during the regular camping day. These activities may include but are not limited to bus transportation to and from camp, swimming, boating, hiking, archery, rock wall, zip line, outdoor cooking and sports. Registration into programs featuring special activities, i.e. trips and horseback riding, is my permission for participation. Signature ________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________ Permission for Release of content for GSCSNJ publications, website, and social media including Facebook and Twitter, for participants in summer camp activities. I hereby consent that her image, and likeness, as shown in the videotapes, photographs, film and/or electronic images and/or audio recordings of her voice may be used by GSCSNJ and GSUSA, its assigns or successors, in whatever way they desire; furthermore, I consent that such photographs, films, recordings, electronic images and the plates, tapes, and/or software from which they are made shall be the sole property of GSCSNJ / GSUSA, and they shall have the right to sell, duplicate, reproduce and make other uses of such photographs, films, recordings, electronic images, plates, tapes and software they may desire free and clear of any claim whatsoever on my part. Signature ________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________ 16 Day Camp cook-outs are either Wednesday or Thursday. You’ll get more information about which day and what’s on the menu earlier in the week. Campers can still bring their own lunch as a substitute. Menu choices take into account special diets – so that there is something for everyone. Please make sure you include special dietary needs and restrictions on your camper’s health record with CampDoc. Traditions of camp include Opening and Closing flag each day, with units taking turns as the Color Guard. The day camps have their closing campfires on Friday afternoon. Sacy has a Sunday night campfire where Chief White Fang welcomes the campers – and a closing campfire by the lake on Thursday evening where we start to say our goodbyes to friends and a great week at camp. Where are we? Inawendiwin Day Camp, 71 Powell Place Road, Tabernacle, NJ 08088 in Burlington County Oak Spring Day Camp, 228 Weston Road, Somerset, NJ 08873 in Somerset County Sacajawea Resident Camp, 3064 Victoria Ave., Newfield, NJ 08344 in Gloucester County Trading Post: The Trading Posts include plush animals, jewelry, fashion accessories and camping supplies. Inawendiwin and Oak Spring Trading Posts are open several times a week. Unit Leaders will schedule times and remind the girls to bring their money. Sacy’s Trading Post is open on Sunday (during check-in) and Friday afternoon (for pick-up). Can’t wait? Check out Camp Zone, the Trading Post Online at www.girlscoutshop.com/Central-and-Southern-NewJersey-council Stay In Touch! Follow you daughter’s camp experience online! Each of our camps have their very own Facebook. 17