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  • S! CK RO R M E UM S 2010 Summer Program Guide
  • For more information If you have questions or need further details about any of the programs or camps listed in the Summer Program Guide, please feel free to contact Program Service Managers in your area. For additional questions about Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland including membership and volunteer opportunities, call (888) 472-3683. Emporia Center 1200 Burlingame Road Emporia, Kan. 66801 Phone: (620) 342-4532 Fax: (620) 342-8066 Garden City Center 114 Grant Avenue Garden City, Kan. 67846 Phone: (620) 276-7061 Fax: (620) 276-7143 Hays Office 2707 Vine Street, Suite 8 Hays, Kan. 67601 Phone: (785) 625-5671 Fax: (785) 625-7695 Salina Office 3115 Enterprise Dr, Ste. C Salina, Kan. 67401 Phone: (785) 827-3679 Fax: (785) 827-6679 Wichita Center 360 Lexington Road Wichita, Kan. 67218 Phone: (316) 684-6531 Fax: (316) 684-4141
  • Summer Rocks 2010 Table of Contents Summer is going to rock throughout Girl At-A-Glance Event Guide ............................................................1–2 Scouts of Kansas Heartland. Girl Scouts Safety and Sites...................................................................................3 builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better Site Specific: ................................................................................. 4–21 place. By encouraging girls to participate Camp Four Winds ......................................................................... 4–5 in activities centered a round Girl Scouts’ Old Cowtown Museum ................................................................ 6–9 three keys to leadership: Discover, Connect, Starwoods Outdoor Center .....................................................10–21 and Take Action they will be on their way to success. There are plenty of Summer Programs..................................................................... 22–35 opportunities for girls from five to 17 that Resident Camp Options ........................................................... 36–40 will rock their summer. Girls may choose to stay close to home or venture out for Program Aide and Camp Skills Leader Information .......... 41–43 new experiences; for a day or up to a week. Adult and Older Girl Site Orientation.........................................44 NEW for 2010 are resident camp options. Reserve Your Spot ..................................................................... 45–47 Girls who are ready for a longer stay away from home may choose from a variety FAQ’s ...................................................................................................48 of resident camp programs from Girl Scouts of Colorado, Eastern Oklahoma, Cookie Credits ..................................................................................49 Missouri Heartland, Northeast Kansas and Forms ..............................................................................back of book Northwest Missouri, or Spirit of Nebraska. We are excited to share programs from Index ...............................................................................back of book our neighboring councils with you. Many of the councils offer Counselor- in-Training (CIT) I and II, Wrangler-in- Training (WIT) programs and many other Grade Level Legend leadership opportunities for Girl Scout D – Girl Scout Daisies (grades K-1) Seniors and Ambassadors. Don’t miss our B – Girl Scout Brownies (grades 2-3) Resident Camp Options section beginning on page 36. J – Girl Scout Juniors (grades 4-5) C – Girl Scout Cadettes (grades 6-8) Let’s rock this S – Girl Scout Seniors (grades 9-10) A – Girl Scout Ambassadors (grades 11-12) summer together. View slide
  • At-A-Glance Guide June 2010 Date Program Title Level Location Page Date Program Title Level Location Page 2-4 Zink Goes to Meade Lake JCSA Meade State Lake 35 15-17  It’s a Teen “Chillax” CSA Four Winds 5 4 Big Brownie Bus Trip B Salina 22 15-18 Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown 9 4-6 Super Troopers BJ Starwoods 21 15-18 Advanced Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown 9 7-8  Firefly Fairies B Starwoods 15 16 Frontier Fun D Old Cowtown 6 7-9 Campology J Starwoods 11 16-17 Maps to Marbles B Old Cowtown 8 7-10  Crafty Cadettes C Starwoods 12 16-17 Tons of Fun Overnight JCSA Salina 33 7-10  Junior Chef J Starwoods 16 17  Daisy Day D Starwoods 13 7-10  Slimy Sleuths B Starwoods 19 17 Frontier Fun D Old Cowtown 6 7-11 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 17-18 Camper Sampler B Flying T 23 8 Girl Can Fish Too! DBJ Four Winds 4 17-18 Camper Sampler CSA Camp Hazen 23 9  Nature’s Capers D Wichita 30 17-18 Intern-Women at Cowtown CSA Old Cowtown 7 9  Wild Rumpus Day DB Emporia 35 18-20 Camping with My Guy DBJC Starwoods 10 9  Wild Rumpus Day J Emporia 35 18-20 Family Summer 9-10 Camper Sampler B Camp Hazen 23 Fun Weekend DBJCSA Four Winds 4 9-10  Firefly Fairies B Starwoods 15 21-22  Girl Scouts Camp Rock JC Salina 27 10  Daisy Day D Starwoods 13 21-22  Pretty, Pretty Princess B Starwoods 18 10  Nature’s Capers B Wichita 30 21-23 Day Away Camp D Starwoods 14 11  Camp 9-1-1 DB Wichita 22 21-23 Night Owls J Starwoods 17 11-12 She & Me Super Sleepover DB Starwoods 18 21-23 Tents and Trails D Burrton 32 11-13 Father-Daughter Campout DBJCSA Scott Lake 25 21-23 Tents and Trails B Burrton 32 11-13 Smoky Hill River Festival 21-24  Cattle Lilly Cowgirls JC Flying T 23 Face Painting CSA Salina 31 21-24 Pedals & Paddles C Starwoods 17 12  Drama Queens CSA Hutchinson 25 21-24 Tents and Trails J Burrton 32 12-14  Just For You J Four Winds 5 21-25 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 13 Dad-Daughter Outing DBJCSA Reading 24 21-25 Splash Zone J Starwoods 19 14-15 Camp Sampler J Camp Hazen 23 21-25 Star Bright BJ Starwoods 20 14-16 CSI: Camp Site Investigator J Starwoods 12 22-25 Sunflower Society C Old Cowtown 8 14-16 Night Owls J Starwoods 17 22  WOW, Wonders of Water B Hutchinson 35 14-17 Campology C Starwoods 11 23 Frontier Fun D Old Cowtown 6 14-17  Creation Station B Starwoods 13 23-25 Pampered Camper J Starwoods 17 14-17  Dancing Under the Stars BJ Starwoods 14 23-25  Under Pressure J Hays 34 14-17 Soccer Camp DBJ Wichita 31 24 Frontier Fun D Old Cowtown 6 14-17 Splash Zone B Starwoods 19 24-25 Intern-Women at Cowtown CSA Old Cowtown 7 14-18 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 24-25  M & M Retreat JC Starwoods 16 25  Who Done It? CSA Emporia 34  New Program 1 View slide
  • At-A-Glance Guide June 2010 July 2010 Date Program Title Level Location Page Date Program Title Level Location Page 25-26  Survivor Adventure BJC Salina 32 11 Dad-Daughter Bowling DBJCSA Emporia 24 26  Girl Scout 12-14 Day Away Camp D Starwoods 14 Adventure Day 101 D Camp Hazen 27 12-15  Creation Station B Starwoods 13 26  Let’s Get Technical SA Hays 29 12-15  Follow Me C Starwoods 15 28 Flip-Flop in the Sun D Camp Loga Vista 26 12-15  Rootbeer, Rockets & Robots J Starwoods 18 28-29  Bug Juice D Starwoods 10 12-15 Splash Zone B Starwoods 19 28-29  Pretty, Pretty Princess B Starwoods 18 12-15  Sports & S’mores J Starwoods 20 28-7/1  Follow Me C Starwoods 15 12-15 Where the Sidewalk Ends D B Wichita 34 28-7/2  Creation Station J Starwoods 13 12-16 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 28-7/2 Day Away Camp B Starwoods 14 13-16 Pioneers, Petticoats, 28-7/2 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 and the Prairie CSA Old Cowtown 8 28-7/2 Pedals & Paddles J Starwoods 17 15 Sun, Sand, and Fun DB Starwoods 20 28-7/2 Splash Zone J Starwoods 19 16-17 She & Me Super Sleepover D B Starwoods 18 29-30 Flip-Flop in the Sun B Camp Loga Vista 26 17  Sole Sister DBJCSA Hutchinson 31 29-7/1  Com-mu-ni-cate C Hays 24 17 The Magic of Chemistry JC Emporia 33 30-7/1  Bug Juice B Starwoods 10 17-23 Got Sails CSA Camp Loga Vista 28 30-7/1  Showcase the Past CSA Old Cowtown 7 19  All Tied Up DBJCSA Pratt 22 30-7/2 Flip-Flop in the Sun J Camp Loga Vista 26 19-20  Pretty, Pretty Princess B Starwoods 18 30-7/2  Pampered Camper J Starwoods 17 19-21 Campology J Starwoods 11 19-20 Clay Creations J Starwoods 11 July 2010 19-22  Green Scene C Starwoods 16 Date Program Title Level Location Page 19-23 Day Away Camp B Starwoods 14 5-9 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 19-23 Horses of Course JCSA Wichita 29 6  Sew it Simple S’more J Hutchinson 30 19-23 Tails & Scales B Starwoods 21 6  Sew it Simple S’more CSA Hutchinson 30 20  Sew it Simple S’more JCSA Pratt 30 7  All Tied Up DB Hutchinson 22 20 Sew What? J Emporia 30 7  All Tied Up JCSA Hutchinson 22 20-23 Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown 9 7  Glitz and Glamour 20-23 Advanced Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown 9 Pajama Party DB Emporia 28 21  Who Says You Can’t Play 8  Who Says You Can’t Play With Your Food? DBJCSA Pratt 35 With Your Food? DB Hutchinson 35 21-22 Fired Up C Starwoods 15 8  Who Says You Can’t Play 21-22  Maps to Marbles B Old Cowtown 8 With Your Food? JC Hutchinson 35 21-23  Pampered Camper J Starwoods 17 9  Get Hooked on Crochet JCSA Hutchinson 27 21-23 Super Troopers BJ Starwoods 21 9-10  Daisies/Moms Unplugged D Liberal 25 22 Sew What? B Emporia 30 22 Sun, Sand, and Fun DB Starwoods 20 25-29 Expedition Challenge JCS Four Winds 4  New Program 2
  • Safety and Sites Summer Program Staff About Our Sites Girl Scouts take safety seriously. In an effort to assure Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland program staff ensures that all programs you of your daughter’s safety and well-being, we taking place on Girl Scout property or off-site locations follow the Girl Scout want to take a moment to explain how we hire and “Safety-Wise” standards. You will find information about Kansas Heartland choose our paid seasonal staff. camp properties before each section. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland hires adult seasonal staff to fill specific job responsibilities Swimming Information (camp directors, waterfront, program activities, All swimming activities are supervised by currently certified American Red unit counselors, etc.) for the delivery of summer Cross Lifeguards or equivalent with adult watchers as required by Girl Scout program. Only adults ages 18 or older may directly “Safety-Wise” standards. supervise participants. All seasonal staff must complete a written application with three character/ Camp Loga Vista is located on Wellington Lake. The public swimming area skill references. All references are checked, a personal is roped and buoyed. interview with the site director is conducted and the applicant undergoes a Kansas Bureau of Investigation Starwoods Outdoor Center swimming area is a small private lake with a (KBI) and Department of Motor Vehicles background gentle sloping sand beach, a swimming dock that has a roped and buoyed check. In addition, supervisors regularly monitor the swimming area marked by depth from one to 10 feet, and no diving is allowed performance of seasonal staff members. from the swimming dock. Boating Information Note: All boating activities are under the direction of a qualified waterfront/aquatic Since Starwoods Outdoor director and certified lifeguards as required by Girl Scout “Safety-Wise.” Each person wears a U. S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation device (PFD) at Center is an American Camping all times when boating regardless of swimming ability. Association accredited site, a range of skills are verified during the 40 hours of on-site training to ensure that seasonal staff can provide quality program delivery and a safe environment for each child placed under their care and/or supervision. 3
  • Camp Four Winds, 9236 S. E. Quivera Road, Leon Located eight miles east of Leon, this property includes at 13-acre lake, archery range, Compass Center, Tree House, Activity Building, and Platform Huts. Camp Four Winds is a great place for hiking, water activities, archery, and enjoying nature. Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531. Expedition Challenge Family Summer Fun Weekend Girls Can Fish Too! JCS DBJCSA DBJ Like a little challenge to your summer? Enjoy a relaxing weekend camping with Spend the day fishing and learning about Camp teams will challenge each other your family without all the work! This the basics of fishing. You will have a throughout the week; to earn team action-packed weekend is filled with chance to catch a fish, try out archery, points! Some of the new challenges this archery, fishing, swimming, boating, crafts, take a nature hike, and work on a craft. year will include an egg drop, nature and of course a campfire with S’mores. Transportation is provided; bus will tie-dying, overnight shelter that you and Bring your family and your camping gear depart from and return to the Girl Scout a teammate build, water activities, archery and leave the cooking and all the work Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita. competitions and many more. Teams will to us. stay in the Tree House, Platform Huts and Tuesday, June 8 a tent unit. The challenge is on! June 18-20 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check-in: Friday between Code: 4-400B July 25-29 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Reservation Deadline: 5/25/2010 Sunday 3 p.m. through Thursday 6 p.m. Check-out: Sunday 10 a.m. Code: 4-FWEC Code: 156 Cost: $37 per girl, $5 per volunteer riding Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/4/2010 the bus Includes: bus transportation and snack Cost: $135 per girl Cost: $110 per family Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. Capacity: 36 girl max., 16 girl min. Includes: Saturday breakfast through Sunday breakfast and snacks. Additional Information: Bus is provided Additional Information: A physical is from Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 required for the program. Six adult female Capacity: 30 family max., 10 family min. Lexington Road, with stops in Andover volunteers needed as unit volunteers. Additional Information: Each family and Augusta. Adult volunteers needed; one Outdoor training for adults is required. member must register. Tree House, adult per 8 to 10 girls registered; please no Platform Hut available on first-come, extra adults. Program Aides and volunteer first-served basis. Tents are available at Camp Skills Leaders needed. the camp. Volunteer Camp Skills Leaders needed.  New Program 4
  • Just For You It’s a Teen “Chillax”! J CSA This summer journey will be packed Understanding that teens like to chill and relax – this camp is created with you in mind. with endless outdoor possibilities for you. Whether you want to swim, fish, canoe, kayak, sailboard, cook, hike, do archery, or just There will be archery, canoeing, kayaking, “chillax” – Four Winds is the place you want to be. cooking, crafts, fishing, hiking, stars and surprises around every tree. June 15-17, Tuesday 6 p.m. through Thursday 6 p.m. Code: 410 June 12-14 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Saturday 3 p.m. though Monday 5 p.m. Code: 410 Cost: $80 per girl Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 Includes: Wednesday breakfast through Thursday lunch and snacks Cost: $80 per girl Capacity: 75 girl max., 35 girl min. Includes: Saturday dinner through Additional Information: One adult per 12 girls required. Adults must have adult outdoor Monday lunch and snacks training and attend the program pre-camp meeting. Capacity: 75 girl max., 35 girl min. Additional Information: One adult per 12 girls required. Adults must have adult outdoor training and attend program pre-camp meeting. Camp Skills Leader needed (make a week out of it and stay for “It’s a Teen ”Chillax” too).  New Program 5
  • Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 Museum Blvd., Wichita Girl Scouts help bring Old Cowtown Museum to life as they learn and experience the life of a girl in the 1870’s. Girls and adults who participate in this unique opportunity dress in time-period clothing as historical character interpreters. Old Cowtown Museum time-period clothing: All fourth-grade Frontier Fun and older girl and adult participants must be in time-period dress D (1st grade) approved by the Girl Scout clothing coordinator. Many girls Discover living history and earn Our Council’s Own Frontier Fun and adults like to provide their own unique time-period dress; Try-it. Frontier Fun activities are led by Girl Scout staff. the museum has strict guidelines for material, color and fabrics. Please call our clothing coordinator Karen at (316) 522-8973 All programs are 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for correct patterns and material. For more information, contact Mary Wilson at mwilson@kansasgirlscouts.org. Girls who do Wednesday, June 16 not wish to have their own dress may rent a complete 1870’s Code: 704-2W dress outfit from our inventory, on a first-reserved basis. There Reservation Deadline: 6/2/2010 is a $22 fee when renting a dress. Outfit includes age-length Thursday, June 17 dress, apron, bonnet, socks and shoes. Complete the rental form Code: 704-2Th in the back of the summer guide, and send it in with your Reservation Deadline: 6/3/2010 payment to the Wichita Girl Scout office. Adults and teens Wednesday, June 23 volunteering as Museum Aides or Leaders-In-Training may Code: 704-3W also request a dress at no charge. Reservation Deadline: 6/9/2010 Additional Information: Thursday, June 24 Code: 704-3Th — Tagalongs can not be accommodated with the exception of Reservation Deadline: 6/10/2010 the Frontier Fun programs. — Volunteer training must be completed. Site training is Cost: $12 per Girl Scout; $5 per adult and sibling available on June 5, 2010 for noted programs. (fee is nonrefundable) — Cost includes snacks, crafts, and a summer Cowtown patch. — For questions about Old Cowtown Museum events and/or Capacity: 25 girl max.; 15 girl min. overnight accommodations, contact Mary Wilson at Additional Information: Each girl must be accompanied by (316) 684-6531. an adult; either a parent or troop leader. Families welcome, all family members attending must register. No walk-ins or additional non-paid visitors. Time-period clothing and training not required.  New Program 6
  • Showcase the Past Intern-Women at Cowtown C S A (C-Grade 7) CSA A new overnight at Cowtown! Discover what it takes to run and work at a living-history This internship will help you gain the museum. Go behind the scenes; work with OCM staff, and help set up a Girl Scout display knowledge and self-assurance to be a all while in 1870’s dress being interpreters. Earn the Museum Discovery badge. proficient domestic volunteer for Old Cowtown Museum. Girl Scout staff will June 30-July 1, Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m. prepare you for the entrance interview Code: SCP1 and give you behind-the-scenes knowledge Reservation Deadline: 6/16/2010 of Old Cowtown Museum. Upon the completion of the Girl Scout program Cost: $55 per girl and acceptance of your interview; you will work with the Old Cowtown staff Includes: Wednesday dinner through Thursday lunch to be able to present a woman’s life to the Capacity: 30 girl max.; 10 girl min. visiting public. You can work a variety of roles throughout the museum. Additional Information: Adult Volunteers needed; must attend site training on June 5 at Cowtown. Participants must be in time-period clothing approved by the Girl Scout June 17, 18, 24 and 25 coordinator. (Girls will need to attend all four days to participate in this program.) 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Code: 2-OCWI Reservation Deadline: 6/3/2010 Cost: $10 per girl Capacity: 4 girl max. Additional Information: Must have attended the Pioneers, Petticoats and the Prairie program or worked as a museum LIT at any of the past summer programs. Girls must be 16 years or older. Girl participants must be in time-period clothing.  New Program 7
  • Maps to Marbles Pioneers, Petticoats, and the Prairie B C S A (C-Grade 7) Explore the local lore and games of the 1870’s. Brownies will earn either the Junior This session is designed especially for Badge Local Lore or the Brownie Try- teens, for those who love Cowtown or want It Games of the Past. Girls will explore to try it for the first time. Learn what it Kansas history, 1870’s games, cooking and takes to be a schoolmarm and bake in the crafts and earn the Girl Scout Cowtown wood-burning stove, gain social graces, badge. learn basket weaving, and make a Victorian hat and hat pin. Girls will earn the Women June 16 and 17 of the Frontier interest patch. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily July 13-16 Code: MTM1 Tuesday through Friday Reservation Deadline: 6/2/2010 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Sunflower Society Code: 705 C (Sixth grade) July 21 and 22 Reservation Deadline: 6/29/2010 Wednesday and Thursday; Live the Victorian life at Old Cowtown, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily learn to press flowers, calligraphy, advance Code: MTM2 Cost: $75 per girl stitching, quilting, and 1870’s cooking. Reservation Deadline: 7/7/2010 Capacity: 36 girl max.; 12 girl min. Enjoy a Victorian luncheon, “high” tea and (2 adult per 12 girls needed) a birthday party where you will exchange Cost: $40 per girl gifts that you have crafted. Additional Information: Adult volunteers Capacity: 48 girl max.; 12 girl min. needed; must attend site training on June 5 June 22-25 (2 adults per 10 girls needed) at Cowtown. Girl and adult participants Tuesday through Friday Additional Information: Adult volunteers must be in time-period dress. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily needed; must attend site training on June Code: 706 5 at Cowtown. Time period clothing not Reservation Deadline: 6/8/2010 required. Cost: $75 per girl Capacity: 48 girl max.; 12 girl min. (2 adults per 12 girls) Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed; must attend site training on June 5 at Cowtown. Girl and adult participants must be in time-period dress.  New Program 8
  • Victorian Lifestyles Advanced Victorian Lifestyles J J (Fifth grade only) Become a Victorian girl during this As a Victorian girl you will do advanced time-period crafts, cooking projects, play parlor program. Make Victorian-era crafts, do games, do daily chores, go to social events, and learn advance dancing, elocutions and needlework, play games with 1870’s toys, etiquette. sample pioneer cooking, perform daily life chores, and learn young lady’s etiquettes June 15-18 and elocutions. Girls will earn the Prairie Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Pioneers badge. Code: 702-2 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 June 15-18 July 20-23 Tuesday through Friday Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Code: 702-6 Code: 701-2 Reservation Deadline: 7/6/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 July 20-23 Cost: $70 per girl Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Capacity: 36 girl max.; 12 girl min. 2 adult per 12 girls needed Code: 701-6 Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed; must attend site training on June 5 Reservation Deadline: 7/6/2010 at Cowtown. Girl and adult participants must be in time-period dress. Cost: $70 per girl; adult no charge Capacity: 36 girl max.; 12 girl min. (2 adult per 12 girls needed) Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed; must attend site training on June 5 at Cowtown. Girl and adult participants must be in time-period dress.  New Program 9
  • Starwoods Outdoor Center, 7800 S. 103rd St. West, Clearwater This 160-acre camp is located at 7800 S. 103rd St. West, Clearwater. Facility includes a lodge, tipis, covered wagons, platform tent unit, Science and Nature Center, Sports Pavilion, waterfront with sand beach, three troop houses, Ceremony Island, nature trails and sport trails. ACA Accreditation Bug Juice Camping with My Guy Starwoods Outdoor DB DBJC Center became an ACA The choir of locusts and the sparkle of a Here is the perfect way to spend Father’s accredited site Oct. 18, 2005. million fireflies will be awaiting you for Day weekend with that special guy. A This“stamp of approval” by the American this evening camp; along with a special Whacky Olympics, crafts, movies, night Camping Association means that the hike, swimming, crafts, and games. Bugs, hikes, fishing, swimming, boating, and activities offered year-round offer a solid like you, may be small, but at this camp campfires are some of the great activities foundation of health, safety and program you will learn the important part we all that you and your dad can enjoy during quality standards. These standards were play in making Starwoods a special place your weekend together at Starwoods. established by experts from the American to be. Bring your own tent or sign up to stay in the covered wagons, platform tents, or Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Daisy bunkhouse. Cross, the camping industry and other Session 4A: June 28-29 youth service agencies to assure that Monday and Tuesday Session 2: June 18-20 current practices at the site reflect the 6 to 9:30 p.m. daily Friday 6 p.m. through Sunday 10 a.m. most up-to-date, research-based standards Code: BJ4A Code: 902 in site operation. Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/4/2010 Staff is provided for all programs unless Brownie Cost: $80 per pair; $20 for each additional otherwise noted. Session 4B: June 30-July 1 girl Wednesday and Thursday 6 to 9:30 p.m. daily Includes: Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner, For questions about Starwoods Outdoor Code: BJ4B Sunday breakfast, and s’mores Center or programs taking place at this facility, contact Melissa Loibl at Reservation Deadline: 6/16/2010 Capacity: 60 girl and adult pair max.; (620) 545-8310 (outside Wichita) or 30 girl and adult pair min. (316) 545-8310. Cost: $50 per girl Additional Information: Accompanying Includes: Snack male must be at least 21 years old. Limited Capacity: 100 max.; 50 min. per session fishing equipment is available. Bring your own bait. No fishing license needed. Additional Information: Girl to adult Indicate sleeping unit preference when ratio must be met. Girls must register making reservation. with adults.  New Program 10
  • Campology JC Camp for real; camp like a girl. Juniors will spend their time at Starwoods at Sandee Point, learning about fire building, outdoor living, and nature. Cadettes will pack out the first day of camp and spend the week at our new Outpost Unit, “Chuga, Chuga, Border,” on the back side of the lake. Both groups will have the opportunity for boating, swimming, mountain biking, and crafts. Juniors Session 1: June 7-9, Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. Code: 4JC-1 Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Session 7: July 19-21, Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. Code: 4JC-7 Reservation Deadline: 7/5/2010 Cost: $125 per girl Clay Creations J Includes: Daily snacks, all meals except for Monday breakfast and lunch For all of you budding artists out there, we’ve got something Capacity: Juniors: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min. per session. just for you. Pour slip into ceramic molds; learn how to load and Additional Information: Juniors will sleep in platform tents. fire a kiln, paint fired pieces, and fashion one-of-a-kind beads and other creations from clay. Cadettes Session 7: July 19-20 Session 2: June 14-17, Monday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Monday 9 a.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. Code: 4-CC2 Code: 243-J Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Reservation Deadline: 7/5/2010 Cost: $160 per girl Cost: $90 per girl Includes: Daily snacks, all meals except for Monday breakfast and lunch Includes: Daily snacks, Monday dinner, Tuesday breakfast and Capacity: Cadettes: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. lunch Additional Information: Cadettes will sleep in tents. Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min.  New Program 11
  • Crafty Cadettes CSI: Camp Site Investigator C J Express yourself ! Spend the week creating Curious minds want to know: Where exactly has the Camp Director gone? How do you projects as unique and beautiful as you eat dinner if you don’t know which item on the menu needs a fork? Which wheel on the are. Tile murals, stained glass, tie-dyed robot has to turn faster to get it to turn to the right? Are you a curious mind? Then spend some time in our special CSI lab answering these questions and many more. There will also whatever, clay beads, candles; the be plenty of opportunities to investigate other not-so-mysterious camp adventures like possibilities are endless and so is the fun swimming, crafts, hikes, and campfires. to be had. Session 2: June 14-16, Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. Session 1: June 7-10 Code: 4-CSI Monday 9 a.m. through Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Thursday 5 p.m. Cost: $125 per girl Code: CC11 Includes: Monday dinner, all meals Tuesday through Wednesday lunch and snacks Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Capacity: 16 girl max.; 8 girl min. Cost: $160 per girl Includes: Monday dinner, all meals Tuesday through Thursday lunch and snacks Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. Additional Information: Participants will participate in boating and swimming activities.  New Program 12
  • Creation Station Daisy Day BJ D All aboard the Starwoods Craft Train for a week of crafting adventures! Our train will Hey all you Amazing Daisies! We’ve got “depart” daily from Creation Station located at our Craft Barn. As a Creation Station camper a fun day at camp planned just for you. you will not actually leave Starwoods Outdoor Center, but with the help of your imagination Come and be prepared to amaze and be you will take daily excursions which will provide you with opportunities to explore new amazed as we explore Starwoods and enjoy scrapbooking techniques, try your hand at sewing, create one-of-a-kind beads, and make swimming, crafts, nature activities, and candles and candy. making friends. Brownie Session 1: Thursday, June 10 Session 2: June 14-17, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Code: DD1 Code: CSB2 Reservation Deadline: 5/27/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Session 2: Thursday, June 17 Session 6: July 12-15, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Code: DD2 Code: CSB6 Reservation Deadline: 6/3/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Cost: $40 per girl Cost: $115 per girl Includes: Snack Includes: Daily snacks, Wednesday dinner, Thursday breakfast and lunch Capacity: 60 max.; 30 min. per session Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. Additional Information: Girl to adult ratio must be met. Girls must register Juniors Session 4: June 28-July 2. Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, with adults. Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday 12 p.m. Code: CCJ4 Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $125 per girl Includes: Daily snacks, Thursday dinner and Friday breakfast Capacity: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min.  New Program 13
  • Dancing Under the Stars Day Away Camp BJ DB What do Ballroom, Hip Hop, and Salsa It’s finally your turn to go to camp by yourself (or with a friend) and we can’t wait. We love all have in common? They are a few of camp and we know you will too, especially once you’ve had a chance to participate in all of the dance styles you will explore while the fun things it has to offer like swimming, science and nature activities, crafts, songs, and campfires. dancing your week away at camp. Round out your week with an 80’s dance party on Daisy Wednesday night and a performance for Session 3: June 21-23, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily your family on Thursday afternoon. Code: DAC3 Session 2: June 14-17 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Monday and Tuesday Session 6: July 12-14, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Code: DAC6 Wednesday 9 a.m. through Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Thursday 5 p.m. Code: DUTS Cost: $80 per girl Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Includes: Daily snacks Cost: $115 per girl Capacity: 24 girl max.; 12 girl min. per session Includes: Wednesday dinner, Thursday breakfast and lunch and snacks Brownie Session 4: June 28-July 2, Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Capacity: 24 girl max.; 12 girl min. Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Code: BAC4 Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Session 7: July 19-23, Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Code: BAC7 Reservation Deadline: 7/6/2010 Cost: $125 per girl Includes: Daily snacks, Thursday dinner and Friday breakfast Capacity: 24 girl max.; 12 girl min. per session Additional Information: Brownies will participate in boating activities.  New Program 14
  • Fired Up Firefly Fairies Follow Me C B C Working with ceramics is really cool, but Be sure to take a nap so you can stay up Our new outpost unit will be the perfect did you know there are lots of other things late and tiptoe through the Magic Forest in place to hide away and plan a camping you can create using a kiln? In addition search of the fairies. You will be surprised experience as unique as you are. Whether to pouring ceramics and learning how by everything you see and hear after dark. you’re developing leadership skills; to load and fire a kiln, you’ll get to fuse Enjoy an evening swim, telescope viewing, learning new camping techniques, having glass, design unique beads, and create glass and late night games. fun at the waterfront or pitching tents; mosaics during these two days of creativity your camp experience is sure to be as great in motion. Session 1A: June 7-8 as you decide it should be. Monday 6 p.m. through Session 7: July 21-22 Tuesday 5 p.m. Session 4: June 28-July 1 Wednesday 9 a.m. through Code: FF1A Monday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Thursday 5 p.m. Code: 243-C Code: FMC4 Session 1B: June 9-10 Reservation Deadline: 7/7/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Wednesday 6 p.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Session 6: July 12-15 Cost: $90 per girl Code: FF1B Monday 9 a.m. through Includes: Daily snacks, Wednesday dinner, Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Thursday 5 p.m. Thursday breakfast and lunch Code: FMC4 Cost: $65 per girl Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. Includes: Daily snacks, breakfast, and Cost: $160 per girl lunch Includes: All meals and snacks except for Capacity: 16 max.; 10 min. per session Monday lunch Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. per session  New Program 15
  • M & M Retreat JC Unplug and get connected! Whether you and your mom enjoy the great outdoors or quality time inside, the choice will be yours for this “girl’s only” retreat! Outdoor activities will include swimming, canoeing, hiking, and mountain biking. For those who prefer the indoors, lots of fun will be had crafting, baking, playing games, watching movies and just hanging out. Green Scene Junior Chef No matter what you choose, you are sure to have a wonderful time connecting with C J your mom. Starwoods needs to go green. Are you Try your hand at mixing and matching up to the challenge of leading the way? ingredients; let’s get messy and discover Session 3: June 24-25 Help develop and implement a plan to a variety of new tastes! As a Starwoods Thursday 5 p.m. through Friday 4 p.m. successfully create a more environmentally Junior Chef you will stir, beat, and mix Code: MMR3 friendly camp. Have fun making art from your way to a good time. Your menu of fun Reservation Deadline: 6/10/2010 recycled materials and learning a variety will be rounded out with waterfront, craft, of ways you can go green. and nature activities. Cost: $65 per pair; $15 for each additional girl Session 7: July 19-22 Session 1: June 7-10 Monday 9 a.m. through Monday and Tuesday Includes: Daily snacks; Thursday dinner; Thursday 5 p.m. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Friday breakfast and lunch Code: GSC7 Wednesday, 9 a.m. through Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Thursday, 5 p.m. Capacity: 40 girl and adults pair max.; Code: JC1 25 girl and adult pair min. Cost: $160 per girl Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Additional Information: Accompanying Includes: All meals and snacks except for female must be at least 21 years old. Cost: $125 per girl Limited fishing equipment is available. Monday lunch Includes: Daily snacks; Wednesday and Bring your own bait. No license needed. Capacity: 16 girl max.; 8 girl min. Indicate sleeping unit preference when Thursday meals Additional Information: Participants making reservation. Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. will participate in boating and swimming activities.  New Program 16
  • Night Owls J Pampered Camper Pedals & Paddles JC J Discover your nocturnal side and join It isn’t a hotel, it’s better! It’s Spring Creek Spend the week pedaling and paddling your us for two nights of exploring camp by Inn and it will be the perfect place for way around camp. There won’t be a lot of flashlight and campfire glow. As a Night you to camp the Pampered Camper way. walking, but you will definitely be on the Owl you will stay at Sandee Point and will Make your dinner in the comfort of the move as you canoe, pedal boat, mountain have the opportunity to swim at twilight, kitchen and then make your dessert over a bike, swim and play at the Sports Pavilion. stargaze using telescopes, take nighttime campfire. Enjoy leisurely mornings making Campers will be issued a mountain bike on hikes, and meet a real owl from the Great crafts in your pajamas and then head over day one of camp and are welcome to bring Plains Nature Center. to the waterfront for a swim in the heat of rollerblades or skates for use at the Sports the day. Bring a dress and accessories for Pavilion. Session 2: June 14-16 the second evening of camp when you will Monday 6 p.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. be treated to a fine dining experience at the Junior Code: 515 Lodge. Session 4: June 28-July 2 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Monday through Wednesday Session 3: June 23-25 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Session 3: June 21-23 Wednesday 6 p.m. through Thursday 9 a.m. through Monday 6 p.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. Friday Noon Friday 12 Noon Code: 515-3 Code: 4PC3 Code: 4-PPJ4 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/9/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $100 per girl Session 4: June 30-July 2 Cost: $125 per girl Wednesday 6 p.m. through Includes: All meals from Tuesday Friday Noon Includes: Daily snack, Thursday dinner breakfast through Wednesday lunch and Code: 4PC4 and Friday breakfast snacks Reservation Deadline: 9/16/2010 Capacity: 18 girl max.; 10 girl min. Session 7: July 21-23 Cadette Wednesday 6 p.m. through Session 3: June 21-24 Friday Noon Monday 9 a.m. through Code: 4PC7 Thursday 5 p.m. Reservation Deadline: 7/7/2010 Code: 4-PPC3 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Cost: $100 per girl Cost: $160 per girl Includes: Thursday breakfast through Includes: Monday dinner through Friday breakfast and snacks Thursday lunch and snacks Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. per Capacity: 12 girl max.; 8 girl min. session  New Program 17
  • Pretty, Pretty Princess Rootbeer, Rockets, She & Me Super Sleepover B and Robots DB Hear ye, hear ye! Princesses one and all: J Bring your sleeping bags, air mattress, You are hereby invited to the enchanted pillows, and stuffed animals for a fun night Only one camp teaches girls how to brew kingdom of Starwoods for a magical with your special adult “she.” Challenge root beer, build and launch rockets, and her to a dance off, take a twilight hike, join two-day adventure. Once you have design and create working robots, and this in a game of BINGO, and visit the Craft arrived at your royal castle, also known as Spring Creek Inn, you will be treated to is it! Of course, you will also get to swim Barn to make a special matching craft. an evening of tiara designing, etiquette at the lake, make crafts, cook out and sleep After it gets dark we will sing and make lessons, sweet treats and a princess- over at Spring Creek Inn. S’mores at Ceremony Island and then head themed story time. A special breakfast will back to the Lodge for a late-night dance await you at the Lodge the next morning Session 6: July 12-15 party and movie. followed by a visit to the royal craft Monday and Tuesday cottage, sports court, and a Teddy Bear 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Session 1: June 11-12 picnic (so don’t forget to bring your special Wednesday 9 a.m. through Friday 5 p.m. through Saturday 9 a.m. stuffed friend)! Thursday 5 p.m. Code: 242 Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 Code: RRR-6 Session 3: June 21-22 Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Session 6: July 16-17 Monday 6 p.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. Friday 5 p.m. through Saturday 9 a.m. Code: PPB3 Code: 242-6 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Cost: $115 per girl Reservation Deadline: 7/2/2010 Session 4: June 28-29 Includes: Wednesday dinner, Thursday Monday 6 p.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. breakfast, lunch and snacks Cost: $50 per pair; $15 for each Code: PPB4 Capacity: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min. additional girl Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Includes: Friday dinner, s’mores and Session 7: July 19-20 Saturday breakfast Monday 6 p.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. Code: PPB7 Capacity: 50 girl and adult pair max.; Reservation Deadline: 6/6/2010 25 girl and adult pair min. Additional Information: Accompanying Cost: $65 per girl female must be at least 21 years old. Includes: Daily snacks, breakfast, and lunch Capacity: 12 max.; 8 min. per session  New Program 18
  • Slimy Sleuths Splash Zone B BJ Camp can be a very mysterious place Lily’s Pad will be your home away from home during your stay at Starwoods, but plan to and you never know what is hiding out spend most of your time at the Waterfront. Bring plenty of sun block and prepare to have a under a rock. It could be slippery, slimy, wet and wild time swimming, boating, playing water games, and tie-dying. Juniors will have or just plain disgusting. Spend the week the opportunity to learn advanced boating skills such as swamping and recovering canoes. discovering wondrous water habitats, investigating animal behavior, and Brownie scavenging the camp for clues on daily Session 2: June 14-17, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, scavenger hunts. If you are really lucky, Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. you’ll even get grossed out a time or two. Code: 4-230B Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Session 1: June 7-10 Session 6: July 12-15, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Monday and Tuesday Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Code: 4-231B Wednesday 9 a.m. through Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Thursday 5 p.m. Code: SSB1 Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 Cost: $115 per girl Includes: Wednesday dinner through Thursday lunch and daily snacks Cost: $115 per girl Capacity: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min. per session Includes: Wednesday dinner through Thursday lunch and daily snacks Junior Session 3: June 21-25, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Capacity: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min. Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Code: 4-2303 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Session 4: June 28-July 2, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Code: 4-2304 Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $125 per girl Includes: Wednesday dinner through Friday breakfast and daily snacks Capacity: 16 girl max.; 10 girl min. per session  New Program 19
  • Sports & S’mores J Put your game face on and challenge your abilities as you try your hand at a variety of athletics. Focus on a different sport each day including soccer, basketball, and volleyball. You’ll also have fun making friends and enjoying “s’more” camp activities like mountain biking, boating, swimming, and cooking out. Wrap up your week by challenging the camp staff in the sport of your choice. Bring it! Session 6: July 12-15 Star Bright Sun, Sand, and Fun Monday and Tuesday BJ DB 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Last year’s inaugural Star Bright Come dressed for your Hawaiian luau on Wednesday, 9 a.m. through production was a huge success. Starwoods a Kansas beach. Swim, play beach games, Thursday, 5 p.m. has another original production in the build sand castles, make your own lei, and Code: SSJ6 works for this year’s participants. Explore end the day with a dance party and ice Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 your inner starlet by auditioning, learning cream sundaes in the lodge. There will lines, songs, and choreography. End the be indoor luau-themed activities if the Cost: $115 per girl week with a performance for your family weather does not cooperate. and friends as you make your Starwoods Includes: Wednesday dinner through stage debut. Session 6: July 15 Thursday lunch and daily snacks Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Capacity: 24 girl max.; 14 girl min. Session 3: June 21-25 Code: 4BBB Monday through Wednesday Reservation Deadline: 7/1/2010 Additional Information: Girls will need 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, to provide their own shin guards for soccer Session 7: July 22 Thursday 9 a.m. to Friday Noon Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and knee pads for volleyball. Code: 4-SBBJ1 Code: 4BBC Reservation Deadline: 6/07/2010 Reservation Deadline: 7/8/2010 Cost: $125 per girl Cost: $40 per girl Includes: Thursday dinner, Friday Capacity: 60 max.; 30 min. breakfast and daily snacks Additional Information: Girl to adult Capacity: 24 girl max.; 14 girl min. ratio must be met. Girls must register  New Program 20 with adults.
  • Super Troopers Tails & Scales BJ B So you just can’t imagine going to camp Some of them are tailed and some of them without your best buds, your troop are scaled, then again some of them don’t mates? Starwoods has the perfect summer have tails or scales at all. During this week camp for you. Super Troopers offers of exploring the many animal habitats troops the unique opportunity to enjoy that make up the ecosystem known as the activities of their choice, on their Starwoods, there will be special visitors schedule, facilitated by camp staff. Shortly from the Great Plains Nature Center and after arriving, troops will be given the Sedgwick County Zoo. opportunity to sign up for swimming, boating, science and nature activities, Session 7: July 19-23 crafts, and guided hikes. Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Session 1: June 4-6 Thursday, 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Friday 10 a.m. through Sunday 11 a.m. Code: 4-TSB7 Code: 4-STB2 Reservation Deadline: 7/2/2010 Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 Session 7: July 21-23 Cost: $125 per girl Wednesday 10 a.m. through Includes: Thursday dinner, Friday Friday 11 a.m. breakfast and daily snacks Code: 4-STB4 Reservation Deadline: 7/7/2010 Capacity: 18 girl max.; 10 girl min. Additional Information: Participants will Cost: $85 per girl, $20 per adult boat and swim in our lake. Includes: Dinner on the first day; breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the second day; breakfast on the third day and snacks. Capacity: 150 girl max.; 75 girl min. Additional Information: No individual participation. Groups must meet girl to adult ratio.  New Program 21
  • More Summer Programs For You All Tied Up Big Brownie Bus Trip Camp 9-1-1 DBJCSA Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business DB Tie-dyeing, you just gotta love it! Join us B Spend the day with a Sedgwick County for all kinds of dyeing as you learn Sherriff ’s officer, EMS and Fire Fighters as Bring a friend and take a trip like no other. different techniques. Learn what types Junie B. Jones is up to it again. “Such is the you learn about personal safety, what to do of materials dye the best, so when you world according to Junie B. Jones in this in an emergency and how to help others. You go home you can personalize your shirts, socks, and all kinds of other personal hilarious new musical about a precocious will learn about their equipment and maybe items. We will even tie-dye your snack! kindergartner.” Come enjoy the Crown get a little splash at the end of the day. Uptown Children’s Theatre production Daisy and Brownie of Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Friday, June 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, 9 a.m. to Noon Girl Scout Center, Business in the morning and relax by Homebuilders Shelter, the McPherson Pool in the afternoon 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Carey Park, Hutchinson (weather permitting). Code: C911 Code: ATUD Reservation Deadline: 6/23/2010 Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 Friday, June 4, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Junior through Ambassador Depart and return from the Girl Scout Cost: $30 per girl Wednesday, July 7, 1 to 5 p.m. Center, 3115 Enterprise Drive, Salina Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. Homebuilders Shelter, Code: 2-BBBT Carey Park, Hutchinson Additional Information: Adult volunteers Code: ATUJ needed, training not required. Program Reservation Deadline: 6/23/2010 Cost: $30 per girl Aides and Volunteer Camp Program Daisy through Ambassador Includes: transportation, snack, lunch and Leaders needed. Monday, July 19, 1 to 5 p.m. admission fees Pratt Girl Scout Cabin, Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531 Reservation Deadline: 5/24/2010 623 E. 3rd, Pratt Code: AUTA Capacity: 65 girl max., 20 girl min. Reservation Deadline: 7/6/2010 Contact: Vesa Cunningham, Cost: $15 per girl (785) 827-3679 Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. per session Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683  New Program 22
  • Camper Sampler Cattle Lilly Cowgirls BJCSA JC Come and enjoy traditional camp activities such as playing in the water, arts and crafts, Are you a horse lover? Do you like to sleep nature hikes, songs, games and cooking over an open fire. Try new things while hanging out outside? If you do, then this is the camp with new friends. for you. We will be sleeping and cooking outside under the stars. We will go to the Brownie Junior stables and learn the proper way to take June 17-18 June 14-15 care of a horse as well as ride a horse. Thursday 10 a.m. through Friday 4 p.m. Monday 9 a.m. through Tuesday 4 p.m. Camp Flying T, Camp Hazen, 30303 Trails West, Sylvia June 21-24 5101 W. River Road, Syracuse Code: 5-JCS Monday 10 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Code: HCS6 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Camp Flying T, Reservation Deadline: 6/3/2010 Cost: $40 per girl 5101 W. River Road, Syracuse Code: 6-CUBJC Cost: $40 per girl Capacity: 50 girl max., 30 girl min. Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Capacity: 15 girl max., 10 girl min. Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Cost: $80 per girl Contact: Garden City, (620) 276-7061 June 17-18 Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday 4 p.m. Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. Brownie Camp Hazen, 30303 Trails West, Sylvia Contact: Garden City, (620) 276-7061 June 9-10 Code: 5-CCS Wednesday 9 a.m. through Reservation Deadline: 6/3/2010 Thursday 4 p.m. Camp Hazen, Cost: $40 per girl 30303 Trails West, Sylvia Capacity: 50 girl max., 30 girl min. Code: 5-HCS Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Additional Information for Camp Hazen: Adult volunteers and Program Cost: $40 per girl Aides needed. Training required for adult volunteers and Program Aides. Capacity: 50 girl max., 30 girl min. Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683  New Program 23
  • Com-mu-ni-cate Dad-Daughter Bowling Dad-Daughter Outing kuh-myoo-ni-keyt DBJCSA DBJCSA ... . . -.-- --- ..- - .... . .-. . STRIKE up some fun! Create your own Spend the day canoeing, fishing, hiking or C style of bowling while trying to avoid the just enjoying the great outdoors with your How did cavemen communicate? What notorious gutter ball! This afternoon is just dad, uncle or grandfather at Lyon County was used before the telephone? How do for you and your Dad to enjoy. A keepsake State Lake. Adults planning to fish must we talk with people who cannot speak or picture of you and your dad will be one for have a current fishing license or purchase hear? How do we communicate now; social your scrapbook! a day permit. End the day swapping your media, TV, cell phone, texting, computer? ‘fish tales’ and a hot dog roast. Join us as we learn how to communicate Sunday, July 11, 2 to 4 p.m. as they did in the past, present and who Flint Hills Lanes, Sunday, June 13, 2 to 5 p.m. knows! Did you know that semaphoring 1519 W. 6th Ave., Emporia Lyon County State Lake, and Morse Coding are still used to Code: 3-DDB 2272 Road 250, Reading communicate today? Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Code: DDO1 Reservation Deadline: 6/11/2010 June 29-July 1 Cost: $10 per person Tuesday 10 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m. Cost: $15 per couple, $7.50 for each Includes: Two hours of unlimited Fort Hays State University, additional daughter bowling, snacks, and a drink Wiest Hall, Dwight Drive, Hays Capacity: 50 pair max.; 25 pair min. Capacity: 60 pair max.; 30 pair min. Code: CC10 Additional Information: Accompanying Reservation Deadline: 5/20/2010 Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532 male must be at least 21 years old. Cost: $105 per girl Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532 Includes: Tuesday dinner through Thursday lunch, snacks and t-shirt Capacity: 50 girl max.; 15 girl min. Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, (785) 625-5671  New Program 24
  • Daisies and Moms Drama Queens Unplugged CSA D Find out what it is like behind the scene and on the stage. The Family Children’s Theater workshop will help you learn what it takes to be an actor and put on a play. Earn some of Daisies bring your mom for a day of the Play’s the Thing requirements. After our workshop we will go out to supper and then outdoor fun and activities and then spend back to the theater to see a play. the night under the stars. This is a chance for moms and daughters to bond without Saturday, June 12, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. interruption and for girls to get their first Family Children’s Theater, 310 N. Main, Hutchinson taste of overnight camping. We will do Code: DQ5 hiking, fishing, and other nature-exploring Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 activities. Don't forget our traditional Girl Scout campfires, songs, and S'mores! Cost: $25 per person Includes: Dinner and theater tickets July 9-10, Friday 10 a.m. through Capacity: 40 girl max.; 15 girl min. Saturday Noon Arkalon Park, East of Liberal Additional Information: Girl to adult ratio must be met. Code: DMU1 Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683 Reservation Deadline: 6/25/2010 Father-Daughter Campout at Scott Lake Cost: $25 per pair DBJCSA Capacity: 15 pair max.; 10 pair min. Bring your dad, grandpa or uncle and camp out at Scott Lake for the weekend. Spend the days hiking, fishing, canoeing, pedal boating and exploring. Spend the evening around the Contact: Garden City, (620) 276-7061 campfire making new friends. June 11-13, Friday 3 p.m. through Sunday Noon Scott Lake, North of Scott City Code: 6-814A Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 Cost: $90 per couple; $45 each additional girl. Capacity: 25 pair max.; 10 pair min. Additional Information: Accompanying male must be at least 21 years old. Contact: Garden City, (620) 276-7061  New Program 25
  • Flip-Flop in the Sun DBJ Camp Loga Vista is fun for Girl Scouts of all ages! Daisies will swim, try out the Brownie Bows (archery), picnic with their friends, decorate their flip-flops and learn about nature and some new songs. Brownies will do everything that the Daisies do, plus cook their own meal and sleep overnight in a tent. Juniors, you will take Flip Flop to the next level and discover something new! You will experience two nights of tent camp and explore the waterfront in canoes and kayaks! Adult volunteers will help you make this the best camp of the summer! Daisy Monday, June 28, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Code: 175-D Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $35 per girl Brownie June 29-30 Tuesday, 9 a.m. through Wednesday Noon Code: 176-B Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $60 per girl Junior June 30-July 2 Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. through Friday Noon Code: 177-J Reservation Deadline: 6/14/2010 Cost: $80 per girl Camp Loga Vista, 513 S. Lake View Rd., Wellington Capacity: 75 max.; 25 min. per session Additional Information: Girl to adult ratio must be met. All volunteers must have adult outdoor training and attend the camp information meeting. Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders needed for the week. Sixth-grade Program Aides will only work on Sunday through Monday with the Daisy units. Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531  New Program 26
  • Get Hooked on Crochet Girl Scouts Camp Rock JCSA JC Learn to crochet, or if you already know how, you will have time to work on more Have you watched Camp Rock a thousand advanced projects. Learn how changing a stitch or two will make your project have a times? Do you sing your favorite Camp different look. Rock songs and dance to the beat? Then this day camp is for you. Put your creativity Friday, July 9, 1 to 5 p.m. Homebuilders Shelter, Carey Park, Hutchinson to the test when you spend the day "Camp Code: GHC5 Rock" style learning dances, songs and putting on your own production. On the Cost: $15 per girl first day you will work with mentors and hone your skills. Day two you will practice Capacity: 30 girl max.; 15 girl min. your performance and prepare for the show. Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683 Friends and family will be invited to join us at the end of the camp for your big performance. Girl Scout Adventure, Day 101 D June 21-22 Ever wonder what it takes to go camping? This is the perfect way to get started. This Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily program is for girls and adults who have little or no knowledge about being in the great The City Teen Center, outdoors. Learn how to tie knots, knife safety, make a sit-upon and much more. Munch on 129 N 7th Street, Salina knots and eat a campfire during all the fun. Code: GSCR Saturday, June 26, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost: $25 per girl Camp Hazen, 30303 Trails West Rd., Sylvia Code: GSAD1 Includes: lunch and snack Reservation Deadline: 6/11/2010 Capacity: 25 girl max.; 12 girl min. Cost: $10 per girl Contact: Vesa Cunningham, (785) 827-3679 Capacity: 40 girl max.; 20 girl min. Additional Information: Girl to Adult ratio must be met. Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683  New Program  New Program 2 27
  • Got Sails CSA Captain Girl Scout, enjoy this week-long camp packed with sun and water activities including sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and a trip to the Wellington Water Park. If you don’t know much about boating, don’t worry, by week’s end you’ll be the captain. July 17-23 Saturday 1 p.m. through Friday 6 p.m. Glitz and Glamour Camp Loga Vista, Pajama Party 513 S. Lake View Rd., Wellington DB Code: 306 Reservation Deadline: 7/2/2010 This is your special day to glam up your Pajamas by creating and designing a tiara, Cost: $185 per girl sash and a dazzling bracelet. Get a fancy hair make-over. Join your friends to play Includes: Saturday dinner through games, enjoy tasty snacks as you earn the Friday lunch, snacks, water park fees, and Let’s Pretend Try-It. Daisies will earn a transportation to the water park Fun Patch. Capacity: 18 girl max.; 8 girl min. Wednesday, July 7, 9 a.m. to Noon Additional Information: A physical is Girl Scout Amend Center, required. Girls must be comfortable in the 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia water. Kansas State Boaters Education card Code: GGPP is required for sailing on the public lake. Reservation Deadline: 6/23/2010 (Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland will offer a boaters class on Wednesday, June 2 at the Cost: $10 per girl Wichita center.) Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531 Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532  New Program 28
  • Horses of Course Let’s Get Technical JCSA SA Are you a horse lover? At Singletree Stables you will learn how to groom your horse, saddle Spend the day learning about careers and safely ride Western, English, and bareback. Singletree staff will match you up with the available for you in your future. You will right horse for your experience level; instructors are present at all times to assist you in be able to choose four out of six workshops improving your horsemanship. On Friday, families can watch as you show off what you have offered through North Central Kansas learned at a horse show. Technical College. Try these “hands on” workshops including: Carpentry; Session 1: June 7-11 Monday through Friday Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning; Code: 925-1 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily Nursing; Electricity; Pharmacy Technician Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 Singletree Stables, and Automotive. Come see if one of these 2100 E. 45th St. North, Wichita careers is in your future. Session 2: June 14-18 Code: 925-2 Cost: $170 per girl Saturday, June 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 Capacity: 10 girl max.; 5 girl min. North Central Kansas Tech. College, Session 3: June 21-25 Dreiling Business Occupations Bldg. Code: 925-3 Additional Information: Girls must wear 2205 Wheatland, Hays Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 jeans and boots with one-inch heels. Girls Code: LGT1 will be provided with a horse helmet from Session 4: June 28-July 2 Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Singletree Stables during their riding Code: 925-4 session. Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 Cost: $13 per girl Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531 Session 5: July 5-9 Includes: lunch Code: 925-5 Capacity: 30 girl max.; 15 girl min. Reservation Deadline: 6/25/2010 Additional Information: Adult volunteers Session 6: July 12-16 needed. Code: 925-6 Reservation Deadline: 6/25/2010 Contact: Virginia Jacobs, (785) 625-5671 Session 7: July 19-23 Code: 925-7 Reservation Deadline: 5/25/2010  New Program 29
  • Nature’s Capers Sew it Simple S’more Sew What? DB JCSA BJ Nature is all around us even in our back- During this workshop, learn how to sew Learn sewing skills and techniques from yard. Come spend an exciting adventurous by hand and with a machine. Work towards the experts from Prairie Pieces Quilt Shop. day doing nature activities, science, hiking, your Sew it Simple badge or Textile Arts Materials provided for a great project you and nature crafts. Interest Project Patch. can enjoy and take home! Daisy Junior Brownies Wednesday, June 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 6, 9 a.m. to Noon Thursday, July 22, 1 to 3 p.m. Code: 320AD Homebuilders Shelter, Code: 3-SWB Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Carey Park, Hutchinson Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Code: 5-SS1 Capacity: 8 girl max.; 5 girl min. Brownie Reservation Deadline: 6/22/2010 Thursday, June 10, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Juniors Code: 320AB Cadette through Ambassador Tuesday, July 20, 1 to 3 p.m. Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Tuesday, July 6, 1 to 5 p.m. Code: 3-SWJ Homebuilders Shelter, Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Girl Scout Center, Carey Park, Hutchinson Capacity: 10 girl max.; 6 girl min. 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Code: 5-SS2 Prairie Pieces Quilt Shop, Reservation Deadline: 6/22/2010 Cost: $30 per girl 911 Commercial, Emporia Capacity: 30 girl max.; 10 girl min. Junior through Ambassador Cost: $8 per girl per session Tuesday, July 20, 1 to 5 p.m. Pratt Girl Scout Cabin, Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532 Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed, training not required. Program 623 E. 3rd, Pratt Aides and Volunteer Camp Program Code: 5-SS3 Leaders needed. Reservation Deadline: 7/6/2010 Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531 Cost: $15 per girl Capacity: 15 girl max.; 10 girl min. Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683  New Program 30
  • Smoky Hill River Festival Face Painting CSA It’s that fun and exciting time again for the Smoky Hill River Festival! We are facilitating the face-painting booth and you are invited to come and be a part of the festival fun. Each shift is two hours, work one shift or more. All those assisting with the booth will be allowed free Soccer Camp Sole Sister DBJ DBJCSA admission to the festival for a day. Score! Kick off your summer with soccer Bring your favorite adult female and June 11-13 camp designed for girls who are interested become queens of sole. Each of you Friday and Saturday in learning and retaining their soccer skills. will decorate, embellish, bedazzle and 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily; Along with AYSO staff and volunteers, glitterize a pair of canvas shoes. You Sunday, Noon to 5:30 p.m. girls will be divided into two levels, will be sole sisters forever, whether you beginners and girls with previous skills. decorate your own or each others. Be a Oakdale Park, “goody two-shoes” and design a pair to 730 Oakdale Park, Salina June 14-17 donate to girls who do not have shoes. Code: 2-SHFP Monday through Thursday Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. daily Saturday, July 17, 1 to 3 p.m. AYSO Soccer field First Methodist Church, Contact: Vesa Cunningham, 17th and Ridge Rd., Wichita 101 E. 1st, Hutchinson (785) 827-3679 Code: 905 Code: SS50 Reservation Deadline: 5/28/2010 Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Cost: $45 per girl Cost: $20 per pair Includes: t-shirt, shin guards, soccer socks Capacity: 30 girl max.; 10 girl min. and team photo Additional Information: Note shoe sizes Capacity: 75 girl max.; 30 girl min. upon making reservation. Additional Information: Program Aides Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683 and Program Skills Leaders needed. Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531  New Program 31
  • Survivor Adventure Tents and Trails BJC DBJ Do you enjoy the outdoors and camping? Experience a camp filled with outdoor excitement even the youngest campers will enjoy. Then light the fuses on summer with this Canoeing (riding for the Daisies), swimming, archery (Brownie Bows for Daisies through overnight adventure. The day will be filled second graders), arts and crafts, outdoor cooking and hikes on the nature trails are just with hiking, crafts, cooking, canoeing, some of the activities. Brownies and Juniors will experience setting up tents and spending swimming, and more. If that’s not enough the night in the great outdoors. fun for you then you can learn how to camp “survivor style.” End the day with a Daisy traditional campfire, a movie and sleep in June 21-23, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily a cozy bed. Code: 620 Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 June 25-26 Cost: $50 per girl Friday, 6 p.m. through Saturday, 5 p.m. Brownie Webster Conference Center, June 21-23, Monday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 3:30 p.m. 2601 N Ohio, Salina Code: 623 Code: 2-SFSA Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/11/2010 Cost: $65 per girl Cost: $45 per girl Junior June 21-24, Monday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 10 a.m. Includes: snacks, breakfast, dinner Code: 624 Capacity: 50 girl max.; 20 girl min. Reservation Deadline: 6/7/2010 Cost: $80 per girl Contact: Vesa Cunningham, (785) 827-3679 Harvey County West Park 15835 N. W. 24th, Burrton Capacity: 100 girl max.; 40 girl min. per session Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed; must have Adult Outdoor Training. Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders needed. Must arrive Sunday, June 20 by 4 p.m. and stay through Thursday 11 a.m. Sixth grade Program Aide will only work on Sunday through Wednesday with the Daisy unit. Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531  New Program  New Program  New Program 22 32
  • The Magic of Chemistry Tons of Fun Overnight JC JCSA “The Case of the Unsigned Letter” We’ll travel by bus to Kansas City for tons of fun! We will start our adventure with a stems from a relative giving you a letter, shopping spree at Legends Mall and end our first day with the excitement of Worlds promising to give you a present. One of Fun. We will retire at the Village for an evening of rest. Our final adventure will be small problem, the letter is not signed! a sun-filled day at Oceans of Fun. Learn how to use chemistry to analyze ink, soil samples and handwriting to solve June 16-17, Wednesday 7 a.m. through Thursday 9 p.m. whom the letter is from in order to claim Depart and return from the Girl Scout Center, 3115 Enterprise Drive, Salina your present. Code: 2-OOF Saturday, July 17, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost: $150 ($30 non-refundable deposit) Emporia State University Science Hall, Includes: Chartered bus, overnight stay, snacks, lunch, dinner, and admission fees. 1200 Commercial, Emporia Shopping is on your own. Code: 3-COC Reservation Deadline: 7/9/2010 Capacity: 30 girls max.; 20 girl min. Contact: Vesa Cunningham, (785) 827-3679 Cost: $10 per girl Capacity: 25 girl max.; 10 girl min. Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Please park on the west side of library off of Merchant St. and 12th Ave. Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532  New Program 33
  • Under Pressure Where the Sidewalk Ends Who Done It? J DB The “ American Icon” What do a homemade rocket, canned This program will give the first-time Simon Fowell Mystery whipped cream, balloons, talking and campers the chance to become "Super CSA stress all have in common? They all Campers.” Explore your surroundings by This interactive mystery will have involve pressure and they are all at this going on our very own "Dragon Walk.” everyone on their toes. Some participants year’s Junior camp. Discover how Four fun-filled evenings with crafts, songs, will be contestants and some will be cast pressure is all around us through and activities to build your camping and and crew. The storyline: contestants, cast, experiments, games and just having fun! teamwork skills. End the week with a and crew were shuffling into the studio campfire complete with S'mores. when the lights suddenly went black and June 23-25 a scream rang out. It is up to you to figure Wednesday 10 a.m. through July 12-15 out what happened that fateful night. Friday 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday Fort Hays State University, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. daily Friday, June 25, 5 to 8 p.m. Wiest Hall, Dwight Drive, Hays Girl Scout Center, Girl Scout Center, Code: UPJ1 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita 1200 Burlingame Rd., Emporia Reservation Deadline: 5/20/2010 Code: 651 Code: WDI1 Reservation Deadline: 6/28/2010 Reservation Deadline: 6/1/2010 Cost: $105 per girl Cost: $45 per girl Cost: $15 per girl Includes: Wednesday dinner through Friday lunch, snacks and t-shirt Capacity: 75 girl max.; 25 girl min. Capacity: 15 girl max.; 10 girl min. Capacity: 50 girl max.; 15 girl min. Additional Information: Adult volunteers Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532 needed, outdoor training not necessary. Additional Information: Adult volunteers Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders needed. needed. Contact: Virginia Jacobs, (785) 625-5671 Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531  New Program 34
  • Who Says You Can’t Wild Rumpus Day WOW, Wonders of Water B Play With Your Food? DBJ DBJCSA What in the world…? Wild and weird …fun We will take a tour at the new reverse and factual! How do you make glop? What osmosis plant in Hutchinson to see how Cooking is fun when you can play with your does the word species mean? Who designs they clean water and what happens to it. food. We will be making and eating fun food, Afterwards we will walk to the Fairgrounds like Sherbet the Frog and a very tasty and creates things? Find the answers to these Water Park. caterpillar just to name a few. Everyone questions and more while earning a Daisy will get to take home what they make. event patch, or Brownie Science in Action Tuesday, June 22, 1 to 5 p.m. Try-It, or Junior Science in Everyday Living Hutchinson Water Treatment Plant, Daisy and Brownie badge. 801 E. 23rd, Hutchinson Thursday, July 8, 9:30 a.m. to Noon Code: WOW1 Daisy and Brownie Reservation Deadline: 6/4/2010 Homebuilders Shelter, Carey Park, Hutchinson Wednesday, June 9, 9 a.m. to Noon Cost: $8 per girl Code: FOO1 Code: WRD1 Capacity: 20 girl max.; 10 girl min. Reservation Deadline: 6/18/2010 Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Additional Information: Wear your swim- Junior and Cadette Junior suit under your clothes and bring a towel. Thursday, July 8, 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, 1 to 4 p.m. Contact: Mary Wilson, (888) 472-3683 Homebuilders Shelter, Code: WRDJ Carey Park, Hutchinson Reservation Deadline: 5/26/2010 Code: FOO2 Camp Double E, Zink Goes To Meade Lake Reservation Deadline: 6/18/2010 JCSA 794 Road 200, Emporia Zink is coming to Meade Lake. Who is Zink Daisy through Ambassador Cost: $10 per girl you ask? If you like to sleep in a tent, cook Wednesday, July 21, 1 to 5 p.m. over an open camp fire, fish, hike and have Pratt Girl Scout Cabin, Capacity: 30 girl max.; 10 girl min. per fun then this is where you will want to come 623 E. 3rd, Pratt session to find out. Spend three days and two nights Code: FOO3 Contact: Linda Jones, (620) 342-4532 getting to know all about Zink. June 2-4 Cost: $15 per girl Wednesday 9 a.m. through Friday 3 p.m. Capacity: 20 girl max.; 10 girl min. Meade State Lake Code: 6-MCO Contact: Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531 Reservation Deadline: 5/21/2010 Cost: $55 per girl Capacity: 35 girl max.; 10 girl min.  New Program 35 Contact: Garden City, (620) 276-7061
  • Resident Camp Options Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland in partnership with Girl Scouts of Colorado, Eastern Oklahoma, Missouri Heartland, Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri and Spirit of Nebraska is offering exciting resident camp programs for you. You will find a variety of opportunities for new adventures and experiences to meet your interest. As you read through the resident camp options you will find information about the camp property, locations, activities, capacity, and grade level for participation, registration dates, contact information and more. FAQ’s How do I register for resident camp? Registration for resident camp programs must be made directly with the host council during their registration period. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is unable to accept registration for these program offerings. Can I use my Cookie Credits? Girl Scout of Kansas Heartland Cookie Credits may be applied toward resident camp programs listed within this guide. To apply Cookie Credits, complete the Cookie Credit Transfer at www.kansasgirlscouts.org and submit by May 10, 2010. (Cookie Credits are applied to family accounts on April 1, 2010. For more information about cookie credits see page 49.) Cookie credits may not be used for deposits for out-of-council camp programs. How old do I have to be to go resident camp? Participation grade levels vary by location and activities. Each council has provided information for the appropriate grade level for the resident camp program. How do I know if I am ready for an extended period (three to 14 days or more) away from home? This is important for both girls and parents to know if you (and your parents) are ready for an extended stay away from home. Girls who have developed these traits are most likely ready for camp: • Independent: She can choose her own clothes, brush her teeth and take care of chores without a lot of supervision. • Confident: She handles new situations without becoming overly anxious. • Aware: She has already stayed away from her family and knows she can do it. • Social: She has been with other girls her own age while apart from her family. • Self-reliant: She knows her own mind and is able to make decisions for herself. • ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT GOING: She really wants to go and looks forward to being out-of-doors. Parents are you ready? Your daughter will be more comfortable in her experience if she knows you are confident in her ability to succeed while she’s away. For many parents, sending a child to camp for the first time is an emotional experience. Before sending your daughter to camp, take time to evaluate whether YOU are ready for her to go. 36
  • Girl Scouts of Colorado Girl Scouts offers a variety of programs including Counselor-in-Training (CIT) and Wrangler-in-Training (WIT) for older girls. Resident camp programs take place from June 6 until Aug. 3. A complete catalog will be available at www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org by the end of January 2010. Registration begins online March 5, 2010; 8 a.m. Paper registrations received by Feb. 28 will be placed in the camps on March 5. Mail registrations to: Girl Scouts of Colorado, Denver Service Center, P.O. Box 9407 Denver, CO 80209-0407. Magic Sky Ranch - Fort Collins, CO Experience the excitement at Magic Sky Ranch, a 750-acre overnight camp facility one hour northwest of Fort Collins at an altitude of 8,000 feet. Girls entering grades four through 12 (minimum age 9 years old) who are looking for an awesome, outdoor setting with modern amenities and conveniences can attend three-, six- or 12-day program sessions. Magic Sky Ranch is a state-of-the-art camp where campers can experience the adventure of the indoor climb wall, share your talents on stage, learn about horses, explore nature and science, learn or improve your shooting skills at archery, explore some arts and crafts, build your confidence, grow closer to your friends on the ropes and enjoy the great fun singing songs and roasting marshmallows around a campfire with new friends! Living accommodations for campers include lodges with indoor plumbing and seasonal shelters with detached restrooms/shower houses. Campers are placed in units of 20 to 24 girls according to age and program activities. Rebecca Saad, Director, Outdoor Education Program, (970) 224-2028 ext 330 or rebecca.saad@gscolorado.org. Sky High Ranch - Woodland Park, CO Sky High Ranch is in a beautiful, rustic setting north of Woodland Park on 880 acres, at an altitude of 8,200 feet. Sky High Ranch offers cabins, platform tents and A-frames, latrines and shelter areas. Girls sleep on cots with mattresses and have access to running water and showers. Opportunities are available for girls entering grades one through 12. Campers can attend three-, six- or 12-day overnight programs. Are you a night owl who would like to learn how to use a star map and play nocturnal games? How about a horse lover or canoeing enthusiast? Whether you’re looking for the ultimate backpacking experience or to race down a 500-foot zip line, it is all waiting for you at Sky High Ranch. Brenda Yestness, Director, Outdoor Education Program (719) 597-8603 ext. 28, (800) 748-3343 or brenda.yestness@gscolorado.org. Tomahawk Ranch - Bailey, CO Tucked between the aspens and evergreens, Tomahawk Ranch is on a 480-acre site near Bailey, one hour southwest of Denver at an elevation of 8,600 feet. Girls ages six to 17 can attend three- and six-day overnight camp programs. In addition, girls ages 13-17 may participate in 13-day overnight programs. Sleeping units are comprised of platform canvas tents, seasonal shelters and lodges. Campers are placed in units of 12 to 24 girls according to program activity and number of girls in attendance. Monica Gray, Director, Outdoor Education Program, (303) 838-5311 or monica.gray@gscolorado.org. 37
  • Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma Registration is open to all girls entering grades one through 12. Registration for out-of-Council Girl Scouts begins March 17. For registration information or additional information regarding the programs or the facility, contact the GSEOK Resident Camp Director, Kimberlee Harley at (918) 745-5213 or kharley@gseok.org. Camp Tallchief - Sand Springs, OK In the company of their peers and under the guidance of carefully selected staff, girls can gain confidence in outdoor skills and athletics as they develop leadership and group-living skills at Camp Tallchief. Nestled in the Osage Hills of northeastern Oklahoma, Camp Tallchief is located approximately 40 minutes west of Tulsa near Sand Springs. Our resident camping program offers innovative, educational, and excit- ing programs for girls in an all-girl environment that helps them realize their full potential, gain self-confidence, and learn the skills they need to become our future leaders. The camp property consists of approximately 600 acres, including a private lake, two ponds, swimming pool, low and high elements challenge course, two archery ranges, nature study trail, and a covered horseback riding arena. Facilities include a three-level A-Frame Lodge and air- conditioned Dining Hall, screened cabins, dorm-style bunkhouse, six yurts, administrative buildings, and an air-conditioned staff lounge. Campers will live in a unit of eight to 20 campers, based on grade level and camp program, with two to three staff per unit. Girls can select a program based on individual interests and abilities. Activities include: horseback riding, low and high challenge course, nature study, crafts, pottery, hiking, sailing, biking, outdoor living skills, backpacking, water skiing, archery, kayaking, canoeing, theatre, cooking/baking, caving, rock climbing, photography and more! C.I.T. (Counselor In Training) and W.I.T. (Wrangler In Training) Programs are available for girls entering 10th grade and up. Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Camp sessions will be held from June 20 through July 30, 2010, with a registration deadline of June 1, 2010 for all sessions. GSMH camp programs are available for girls at all Girl Scout age levels (register for programs based on the grade into which the girls will enter in fall 2010). To view the 2010 Summer Camp publication, please visit www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org. Additional questions may be directed to the Senior Manager for Leadership Programs at (877) 312-4764. Cherokee Ridge Program Center - Wayne County, MO The Cherokee Ridge Program Center is home to Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland's equestrian program and has 1,100 acres of woods, hills, wildlife, and water for you to explore! Go horseback-riding, play a softball game in the meadow, enjoy a fire at the group pavilion, learn to shoot a bow and arrow, or catch a fish in the lake. You can experience all this and more at the Cherokee Ridge Program Center! All summer camp sessions at this program center will include some horseback-riding time. Camper Facilities: Campers sleep on cots in cabins (no electricity) with three to four girls around the same age. Finbrooke Program Center - Christian County, MO The Finbrooke Program Center is home to over 200 acres along the beautiful Finley River. It has many camp adventures, including a climbing tower; high and low ropes challenge courses, a swimming pool, a scenic river front, an archery range, and a beautiful lodge and dining hall that overlook the main camp. Spend your days watching the abundant wildlife, crafting in the "Craft Barn," or playing a game of basketball near the pavilion. The Finbrooke Program Center offers you fabulous summer fun! Camper Facilities: The Finbrooke Program Center has six different resident units tucked away in the woods. 38
  • Latonka Program Center - Wayne County, MO The Latonka Program Center is located in a private cove on beautiful Lake Wappapello. It offers a sandy lake-front beach; a high ropes challenge course, complete with zip line, and a teambuilding low ropes challenge course. You'll have lots of creative and educational opportunities at the Latonka Program Center, through group living in the outdoors and tons of fun activities. Camper Facilities: The Latonka Program Center has five resident units with screened cabins, and rustic platform tents in the shady woods. Mintahama Program Center - Newton County, MO The Mintahama Program Center and its 180 acres boast a private 12-acre lake (Lake Mintahama) with an island fit for camping and two floating docks. There's also an archery range, swimming pool, and a lodge and dining hall. Take a nature hike along the lakeshore or through the woods. This wonderland is yours to explore at the Mintahama Program Center! Camper Facilities: The Mintahama Program Center has three cabins and five residential units made up of screened cabins, platform tents and tree houses in the woods. Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas, Northwest Missouri Registration begins on March 1, 2010. For more information or to register online, contact the Girl Scouts of NE KS & NW MO at www.girlscoutsksmo.org or (800) 728-8750. Camp Oakledge - Warsaw, MO Camp Oakledge is full of adventure! Whether you are a first-time camper or have lots of experience, Camp Oakledge is the perfect place to try new things, build strong, lasting friendships and learn about yourself and the world around you. While at camp, you’ll live in a camp unit with other girls your age and work together with your counselors to make decisions about how to spend your time at camp. Find your way to Lookout Point or Natural Bridge; try your hand at canoeing, sailing or kayaking; and participate in other great camp activities like arts and crafts, swimming, fishing, hiking, singing, campfires and more. Camp Oakledge is located on the Lake of the Ozarks, about 130 miles southeast of Kansas City. The 410-acre camp has a swimming pool, sports court and hiking trails and the lake is used for canoeing, kayaking, scientific exploration, and sailing. Four to five campers sleep in each permatent, which has a wooden floor and roof, canvas sides. In some camp programs, campers sleep in pop-up tents on the ground. Girls who have completed grades three through 11 can find a camp session planned just for them; either six days and five nights or, for experienced campers, 13 days and 12 nights! Check out our teen-focused program “Out There” for a take on camp designed just for grades seven and up. Juliette Low Camp - Kansas City, MO Imagine a place where girls with physical disabilities can enjoy the resident camp experience – sleeping in a tent, singing around the campfire, swimming in a wheelchair-accessible pool, and, most importantly, forming friendships that last a lifetime. Now imagine a place where YOU make it all possible – bringing joy to these campers, learning what it takes to work in a disability-related field, and forming bonds that you will forever remember. That place is Juliette Low Camp, in beautiful Lake Jacomo, Missouri, where more than 100 girls with physical disabilities and their friends join together with 28 teen Girl Scouts, ages 15-18, from throughout the U.S. for an unforgettable experience. Juliette Low campers are girls ages eight to 18 with physical disabilities and their typically-abled friends who have completed grades four through eight. They enjoy an eight-day, seven-night camp session for $150. Teen Girl Scouts, ages 15-18 can sign up as Juliette Low Counselors. They pay $500 for their stay from July 5-31. 39
  • Leadership Camps Do you want to build upon your skills as a leader within your troop, school, camp, or your community? Whatever your goal, we have a variety of opportunities available for Teen Girl Scouts to gain experience leading others while enjoying time in the great out-of-doors at camp! • Camp Oakledge offers a Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program that will prepare you to not only be a camp counselor, but to also build on your leadership skills with campers and peers. • Camp Prairie Schooner offers an adventure program for teens that will build your leadership skills through the use of the rappel tower, zip line, and team building. • Camp Winding River provides both a Wrangler-in-Training (WIT) and Rider Instructor-in-Training (RIT) program through the summer. You will have opportunities to continue your learning during the Spring and Fall as a volunteer helping to manage weekend equestrian programs. Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska Registration – Girls who are going into fourth grade and up are welcome at any of our residential camps! Registration begins February 2010. For more information or to register online, contact the Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska at www.girlscoutsnebraska.org or (877) 477-5558. Catron Camp and Retreat Center - Nebraska City, NE Beside the crystal clear waters of Walnut Creek you will discover Catron Camp and Retreat Center. This gorgeous camp has it all: a newly-built lodge, a craft/nature center, platform tents, a swimming pool, challenge course with a zip line, archery and hiking trails through dense woods. You may even spend the night high above the ground in one of our new tree houses at Sky Camp which has eight tree-houses, a brand new shower house and a wondrous display of flora and fauna. Catron Camp and Retreat Center is located in eastern Nebraska, near Nebraska City, and is 145 miles northwest of Kansas City. Up to four campers sleep in each platform tent or Sky Camp tree-house. Platform tents have wooden floors, canvas sides and cots with mattresses. The tree-houses are completely made of wood and have cots with mattresses. Counselors stay in a centrally located platform tent or tree-house. Camp Maha - Omaha, NE Camp Maha is perched above the shores of the Platte River and is perfect for a camping experience full of exploration. Equipped with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a challenge course (with zip line that will whiz you through the forest), an Earth education center, archery and acres of hiking trails, Maha has something for every Girl Scout to enjoy. At night you can rest your head in one of our covered platform tents or sleep in a mini-cabin. Camp Maha is located near Omaha and is 190 miles northwest of Kansas City. Up to four campers sleep in each platform tent which has wooden floors, canvas sides and cots with mattresses. The mini-cabins sleep up to four, are completely made of wood, and have cots with mattresses. Counselors stay in a centrally located platform tent or mini-cabin. Camp Crossed Arrows - Fremont, NE With dense woods, large, open meadows and hills Camp Crossed Arrows has it all. Enjoy breathtaking views when you stay in the Troop House or a mini-cabin in Turf Town. Spend your days hiking, swimming, singing, or testing your skills and determination on the low and high challenge course— complete with a ride on the zip line. Camp Crossed Arrows is located near Fremont and is 235 miles northwest of Kansas City. The Troop House can sleep up to 30 and girls sleep on mattresses. The mini-cabins sleep up to four, are completely made of wood, and have cots with mattresses. Counselors stay in either the Troop House or a mini-cabin. 40
  • Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Four Winds, Harvey County, Loga Vista, Soccer Camp and Starwoods Outdoor Center How to register: Register online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org or fill out the reservation form in the back of this guide, deliver or mail to Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218 Program Aides Grades: Six through eight Girls who are in sixth through eighth grade may be Program Aides (PA) during summer programs. Summer Program Aides gain communication and leadership skills that are necessary to work successfully with girls and adults. AYSO June 14-17; Soccer Camp Code: 615-AYSO Camp Four Winds June 8; Girls Can Fish Too Code: 615-FW1 June 11-13; Family Camp Code: 615-FW2 Camp Loga Vista June 28-July 2; Flip-Flop Code: 615-LV4 Harvey Count West Park June 21-25; Tents and Trails Code: 615-HCP3 Starwoods Outdoor Center Session 1: June 7-10; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs. 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-1 Session 2: June 14-17; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs. 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-2 Session 3: June 21-25; Mon. through Weds. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs. 8 a.m. through Fri. 4:30 p.m. Code: 615-3 Session 4: June 28-July 2; Mon. through Weds. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs 8 a.m. through Fri 12:30 p.m. Code: 615-4 Session 5: July 12-15; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-5 Session 6: July 19-23; Mon. through Wed. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs 8 a.m. through Fri 12:30 p.m. Code: 615-6 Wichita Girl Scout Center June 9-10; Nature Capers Code: 615-WC1 June 11; Camp 9-1-1 Code: 615-WC9 July 12-15; Where the Sidewalk Ends Code: 615-WC6 Prerequisite: Must have completed Basic Program and Troop Program Aide training along with Outdoor Program Aide. 41
  • Camp Skills Leaders Grades: Nine through 11 Girls who are in grades nine through 11 may be Camp Skills Leaders (CSL) during summer programs. Camp Skills Leaders work with the program director in developing and scheduling program activities and assisting with program delivery including overnight programs. AYSO June 14-17; Soccer Camp Code: 615-AYSO Camp Four Winds June 8; Girls Can Fish Too Code: 615-FW1 June 12-14; Just for you, Juniors Code: 615-FW5 June 11-13; Family Camp Code: 615-FW2 Camp Loga Vista June 28-July 2; Flip-Flop Code: 615-LV4 Harvey Count West Park June 21-25; Tents and Trails Code: 615-HCP3 Starwoods Outdoor Center Session 1: June 7-10; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs. 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-1 Session 2: June 14-17; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs. 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-2 Session 3: June 21-25; Mon. through Weds. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs. 8 a.m. through Fri. 4:30 p.m. Code: 615-3 Session 4: June 28-July 2; Mon. through Weds. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs 8 a.m. through Fri 12:30 p.m. Code: 615-4 Session 5: July 12-15; Mon. and Tues. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Wed. 8 a.m. through Thurs 5:30 p.m. Code: 615-5 Session 6: July 19-23; Mon. through Wed. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily; Thurs 8 a.m. through Fri 12:30 p.m. Code: 615-6 Wichita Girl Scout Center June 9-10; Nature Capers Code: 615-WC1 June 11; Camp 9-1-1 Code: 615-WC9 July 12-15; Where the Sidewalk Ends Code: 615-WC6 Prerequisite: Must have completed Basic Program, Troop Program and Outdoor Program Aide, Program Skills and Camp Skills Leader training. 42
  • Old Cowtown Museum Museum Aides – with notification letter from the Girl Scout Cowtown staff CSA At this training you will learn the summer Girl Scout roles for Cowtown, also make your own basket. Friday, June; 9 a.m. to Noon Code: 760 Old Cowtown Museum, Turnverein Hall, 1865 Museum Blvd. Wichita Capacity: 45 Requirements: Museum aides are selected for girls who have completed the Basic and Troop Program Aide training and participated in a previous summer session. Leader-In-Training SA As a Museum Leader-In-Training (L.I.T.) you might teach in the schoolhouse, learn history of exhibits at the museum or assist the staff with Frontier Fun. As a L.I.T. you will receive a per day honorarium. You will also assist with museum site training. Date and time will be announced with notification letter. Old Cowtown Museum, Turnverein Hall, 1865 Museum Blvd. Wichita Code: 765 Capacity: 10 per session Requirements: Completion of ninth grade, completion of Program Skills Leader training, and at least one summer’s experience as a Museum Aide Note: Dress fitting in Kirby House on the day of training. 43
  • Site Orientation First-time and returning volunteers are highly recommended to attend the site orientation for summer programs. As a parent or troop leader this meeting is very helpful for you. Meet the camp staff, and receive all the information needed to prepare for summer programs. Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Adult volunteers Four Winds - Just for you Old Cowtown Museum Thursday, May 20; 6:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 5; Wichita Girl Scout office, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita First time leaders: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Returning Leaders: 9 a.m. to Noon Loga Vista - Flip-Flop Old Cowtown Museum, Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Turnverein Hall, 1865 Museum Blvd. Wichita Saturday, June 19; 1:30 p.m. Wichita Girl Scout office, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Code: 4-SO4 Harvey County West Park–Tents and Trails Notes: Dress fittings in Kirby House available on June 5. Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Sunday, June 20; 4 p.m. and stay the week. Four Winds - Just for you This is training and camp set up. Thursday, May 20; 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wichita Girl Scout Center– Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Where the Sidewalk Ends Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Loga Vista - Flip-Flop Saturday, June 19; 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 26; 2 to 4 p.m. Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Harvey County West Park–Tents and Trails Starwoods Outdoor Center On site meeting the first day of camp; staff will be provided May 7-8; Friday 6 p.m. through Saturday 3 p.m. for your unit. Code: SO-PA Reservation Deadline: 4/30/2010 Wichita Girl Scout Center– Requirements: Must have completed Basic and Troop Program Where the Sidewalk Ends and Outdoor Program Aide training. Thursday, June 24; 6:30 p.m. Wichita Girl Scout office, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Additional Information: Adults needed but not required for girl to attend. Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast and lunch provided. Confirmation letters will be sent upon reservation. 44
  • How to reserve your place for summer program and more Registering for summer programs is easy as one, two, and three! Be sure to check with your daughter’s leader to find out if her troop is planning to attend any summer programs together as a group. Troop leaders may complete online registration for girls in their troop participating in troop programs requiring adult participation. Parents should register their daughter(s) participating in troop programs as an individual or in individual girl programs. Please read this section completely. Camp registration begins April 1 Reservation Options: Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Placement will 1. Online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org, this is the fastest and continue as long as spaces are open. easiest way to register for camp. Registration starts at 8 a.m. All girls, kindergarten through 11th grade who are attending on April 1. camp must be registered Girl Scouts. Girls who are not registered – Each family and the troop/group will have a registration Girl Scouts must register as members by paying the $12 Girl Scouts account. New accounts will be created as members of the of the USA annual membership dues at the time they register for troop/group register for Girl Scouts. camp. Program grade level participation is based on grade as of – Passwords will be e-mailed to the email address on file March 2010. (parents of individual girls or leader for troop accounts) or can be requested by calling (888) 472-3683. Full payment is due at the time of registration. Complete medical – If a session is full, you will have the option to be placed on a information and parent permissions are due by midnight of the waiting list, or try for another activity or date. program reservation deadline. Reservations with incomplete – Full payment for the reservation is required and can be made medical information and parent permissions will be deleted and by e-check, Visa or MasterCard. the spot will be filled by someone on the waiting list. – If you do not have access to the Internet, here are some options: Confirmation of reservation and • Computers are available at some of the Girl Scout Centers Camp Information Letters during office hours Monday through Friday. You will receive a confirmation that your spot has been reserved at • Other locations such as libraries, schools and community camp. Those who register online will receive confirmation immedi- centers may have computers with access to the Internet and ately that they have been placed in the session of their choice. Those our Web site. who register by mail or phone should receive their confirmation letter 2. By Phone – Call the Girl Scout Regional Office Monday within two weeks. If you have not received a confirmation by mail, through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Calls will be taken in please contact the Girl Scout Regional Office where the program is the order they are received. Before you call, please complete the taking place. registration form in this book so you have all the information necessary for the registrar to input your registration. E-check, Participant information letters will be sent 10 days prior to session Visa or MasterCard required for phone reservations. If a begin date. Information letters will contain detailed information such session is full, you will have the option to be placed on a waiting as what to wear and bring to each program. Those who registered list. online will receive participant information via e-mail. All others will be mailed participant information 10 days prior to session begin date. 45
  • 3. By Mail Payment Options – Complete a separate registration form for each activity and 1. Cookie Credits date your Girl Scout is planning to attend. Additional – Cookie Credits will be available April 1 and will be credited to your registration forms are available at the Girl Scout Regional family registration account. Log on to your family registration Offices or online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org. account and review the credits and balance due. Indicate Cookie Credit – If the following items are missing the registration can payment on the reservation form/payment voucher when you mail in not be processed. the form. • Participant’s information: Girl Scout full name and address. – Cookie Credits can be shared by family members. If you complete the e-mail address, we can e-mail a – Cookie Credits may be transferred to troop account for troops confirmation and camp information letter to you. registering for camp together. Complete the Cookie Credit Transfer • Parent’s information and additional contact if parent form in the back of this guide. cannot be reached. – Unused Cookie Credits can be used in the Council Shop. • Please list three choices that your Girl Scout is willing and To use Cookie Credits in the shop, complete the Cookie Credit able to attend. All programs will be filled on a first-come, Transfer Form. first-served basis. If the first choice is full, we will try to 2. Checks or e-checks place in the second or third choice. You will be notified if – You can mail a troop or individual check with your reservation form or all choices are full and given the option to choose another go online to log on to your family or troop/group reservation account session or be placed on a waiting list. Registrations online and pay by e-check. All checks will be processed as e-check transactions and by phone will know immediately if a session is full. If that withdraw directly from your checking account. Make checks payable your Girl Scout wants to attend more than one session, to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland (GSKH). By entering this please complete a form for each session. information online or providing a check as payment, you authorize • Camper Health information Girl Scout of Kansas Heartland to process a one-time electronic funds • Parent/Guardian Approval/Permission transfer (EFT) or draft drawn on your account. If you check does not (on the back of the form). clear your bank, it will be charged back against your family or troop/ • Full payment may be made by check or credit card. group account along with a $30 service charge along with any Please do not mail cash. additional bank charges. Your reservation(s) will not be complete • Mail registration form along with payment to the Girl until this total amount is paid. Call (316) 684-6531 with any questions Scout Regional Office where program is taking place. regarding electronic funds transfers. • A letter confirming your session placement will be mailed 3. Credit Card or Debit Card to the address on the registration form. Please allow two – Log on to your family or troop/group reservation account and use a credit weeks for processing. card (for family accounts only) or debit card to make a payment. Credit cards are not approved for troop use. – You may also pay by credit card or debit card in person or by phone. 4. Cash – You may pay with cash if bringing your form directly to a Girl Scout Center – Do not mail cash. 46
  • Financial Assistance Refunds • Financial assistance is available to help Refunds less a $15 non-refundable fee are provided when: families in need. This assistance – A girl moves out of the council. will pay for part of the summer – A girl is certified ill by a physician. program fee. Financial assistance – A family emergency occurs. cannot be used for non-refundable – A girl is not placed in a session of her choice (full refund will be issued). out-of-council camp deposit. • Please complete the Financial Refunds will not be issued when: Assistance Application prior to – A program fee is less than $15. registering for camp. – A girl is a no-show. (Financial Assistance form is – A girl leaves early due to homesickness, parent’s request or cancels for a non-medical available at the Girl Scout Center reason. or at www.kansasgirlscouts.org). – Written notice of cancellation has not been received by the Girl Scout Regional Office A Financial Assistance Award Letter where the program is taking place within 10 business days of the program start date. indicating the amount of assistance will be mailed to the parent. The Once a girl is registered in a session of her choice, the bus transportation fee amount will show as a credit in the (where applicable), and $15 of all other program fees are not refundable. It is the parent online family registration account. or guardian’s responsibility to notify Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland (in writing) of a cancellation 10 business days prior to the program start date. To receive a refund: – Notify the Girl Scout Regional Office or program site immediately. – Send a written request for the refund 10 business days prior to the scheduled summer program start date to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218, Attn: Program Cancellation. Please be sure to state the reason for the cancellation. – Acknowledgement of refund will be sent. Cookie Credit refunds will be applied to the family registration account. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland reserves the right to cancel any session if the minimum number of participants is not reached. A full refund will be made if the camper cannot be placed in a session of her choice. 47
  • FAQ’s Can I register before April 1? No. Online registration begins at 6 a.m. on April 1. Phone registration begins at 9 a.m. and registrations mailed to the Girl Scout Center will be processed as time permits starting April 1. Can I access my family registration account or troop registration account any time? You can log on and verify your family information at any time so that you are ready to register on April 1. How will I be able to use my Cookie Credits? Cookie Credits will be available online starting April 1 to use for camp. To use Cookie Credits in the Council Shop, complete the Cookie Credits Transfer Form online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org under "forms." Please allow 24 hours for the credits to be transferred to the Council Shop. How will I use Cookie Credits in the Council Shop? First, request the Cookie Credits be transferred to the shop by completing the Cookie Credit Transfer Form. After you shop, let the sales associate know you have Cookie Credits available. The sales associate will look up your Cookie Credits and deduct the amount from your purchase total. Please make sure you request the transfer of credits at least 24 hours before you shop. When can I request that Cookie Credits be transferred to the Council Shop? Once you know how many Cookie Credits you have earned you can request that they be transferred to the Council Shop. May girls use Cookie Credits for trips and/or store their Cookie Credits? Yes. Cookie Credit information is located on page 49. Can I pay cash or use a money order for camp? Yes. Cash and money orders will only be accepted at the Girl Scout Regional Offices. If you are registering online, payment must be received at the Girl Scout Regional Office (where the program is taking place) prior to April 1. The payment will show as a credit in the family registration account. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is not responsible for cash sent through the mail. Can I bring a friend to camp? Yes. We welcome new girls into our summer programs. The cost for a new girl to register to be a Girl Scout is $12. The membership dues go directly to the national organization and makes her a Girl Scout through Sept. 30, 2010. No standard registration form is required, simply fill out the Girl Reservation Form for Summer Program and mark “Girl Scout Membership” and “check enclosed” along with the registration fee for the choice of camp and submit the form to the Girl Scout Regional Office. How can I be with my friend at camp? All registration is first come; first served and many camps fill up fast so do not wait to register. Parents need to work together to make sure that girls are registered for the proper camp, date and session. Girls who register for other camps will need to indicate the friend they want to be with. Both friends must have each others names to be placed in the same unit at camp. Additional questions/answers will be posted as needed at www.kansasgirlscouts.org 48
  • Cookie Credits 2010 Cookie Credits How Cookie Credits may be used: # of Boxes Sold Credits Earned • Grade indicated is the grade at the time of the cookie sale in which the credits 30-59 .................................$10 were earned. 60-89 .................................$20 • Girls in Kindergarten to 12th Grade: 90-119 .................................$30 – May apply cookie credits toward summer program fees, council event fees 120-149 .................................$40 (must register for council event before Nov. 15, 2010) or to purchase items 150-179 .................................$50 from the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Council Shops. 180-209 .................................$60 – May apply cookie credits toward council-approved trips, troop trips (must follow 210-239 .................................$70 Safety-Wise and Leader-Wise guidelines) or destination. 240-269 .................................$80 • Girls in Sixth to 12th Grade: 270-299 .................................$90 – May store cookie credits from year to year in order to apply them toward a 300-329 ...............................$100 long-range council approved trip, including troop trip or destination. 330-359 ...............................$110 – Graduating Girl Scout Ambassadors may apply their cookie credits to lifetime 360-389 ...............................$120 Girl Scout memberships. Must be submitted to the council before Sept. 8, 2010. 390-419 ...............................$130 – Credits will be automatically stored Nov. 16, 2010 for girls in grades six to 12. 420-449 ...............................$140 – High School graduates must use their cookie credits by Sept. 30, 2010. 450-479 ...............................$150 480-499 ...............................$160 Answers to Cookie Credit Questions: • Expire Nov. 15, 2010 (except grades six to 12, please see above). 500+: $0.45 per box from box one • May not be redeemed for cash. (Example: 500 x $0.45 = $225) • Are applied only to programs in which the girl is eligible to participate. Example of Use of Cookie Credits • May be applied toward all or part of a program fee or purchase. Fee to attend = $100 • May be shared by members of the same household. Cookie Credits = $80 Difference = $20 • May not be used for trading post at summer programs. Will need to be submitted to complete • May not be used for deposit for out-of-council resident camp programs (where applicable). camp reservation. Fee to attend = $100 Cookie Credits = $120 Difference = $20 Cookie Credits remain to be used elsewhere. 49
  • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2010 GIRL RESERVATION FORM FOR SUMMER PROGRAM Form is not complete unless all information on this page and reverse page is complete. Please use blue or black ink. Troop # Girl’s Name Birth Date Age Grade as of March 2009 Program Age Level (please circle) Daisy Brownie Junior Cadette Senior Ambassador Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Parent/Guardian Name Relationship Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Phone (H) (W) (C) Parent/Guardian Name Relationship Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Phone (H) (W) (C) When completing information below use code numbers as shown in Summer Program Guide and list choices in order of preferences. Be sure to fill out a separate form for each location and session camper plans to attend. CHOICE CODE # SESSION # (if applicable) PROGRAM/SITE DATES 1 2 3 I would like my daughter to be with her camp friend . My friend will put my name on her online registration or paper form (otherwise, they may not be placed together). PARENT/GUARDIAN APPROVAL/PERMISSION Please insert initials and date for each numbered item that applies to your camper’s session. An authorized parent/guardian signature is required. Please sign and date in space below. Initials Date 1. I give consent for my daughter/ward to participate in the activities as described in the Girl Scout Summer Program Guide for the session(s) and site(s) indicated as her first, second and/or third choice. 2. I give consent for my daughter/ward to participate in the activities where a pool or lake is used with full knowledge that currently certified lifeguards and boating instructors will be on duty only during scheduled water-related activities. 3. Photos of my child may may not be used for Girl Scout media purposes. 4. I understand that I am responsible for getting my daughter to and from programs. PLEASE COMPLETE Credit Card (Box around CC info) OFFICE USE (Box) Amount of program fee $ MasterCard Date Rec’d a. Cookie Credits to be used $ VISA Complete b. Anticipated Financial Assistance $ Payment Amt c. Costume Rental $ (Card Number) Check # d. Transportation (when applicable) $ Entered e. Cash enclosed $ (Exp. Date) (Code) f. Check enclosed $ g. Credit Card payment $ BALANCE DUE (Bold) $ (Signature) (Print Name) Please complete the reverse side of this page.
  • Program Attending____________________________ HEALTH HISTORY INFORMATION Troop # Girl’s Name Birth Date Age Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip My daughter is in the custodial care of (circle one) both parents mother only father only other Custodial Parent/Guardian Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Emergency Contact Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Physician Name Phone Hospital Preference Immunizations It is required that all immunizations be current as recommended by the County Health Department and/or State of Kansas. If a camper or adult does not have current immunizations, then the individual may not attend a session at camp unless a doctor’s statement is attached and/or mailed to the Girl Scout Center indicating that the camper or adult has an allergy to a particular immunization (i.e. DPT) as reason for not being immunized. Are all required immunizations current (circle one) YES NO Date of last Tetanus immunization Is the camper exempt from immunizations due to religious or medical reasons (circle one) YES NO Allergies Medication Hay Fever List all medications this person is currently taking including over-the-counter, Ivy Poisoning vitamins or alternative medication. Insect Stings Medication Dosage Schedule Penicillin Other Medication Food Other (please list) I give consent for my daughter/ward to take a non-aspirin pain reliever? YES NO Dosage of non-aspirin pain reliever History List any chronic or recurring illness (give approximate dates or explanation) Operations or Serious Injury List any operations or serious injury in the last five years (give approximate dates or explanation) Restrictions List any dietary, activity or other restrictions that apply to this camper Behavior Describe any current physical, mental, emotional or psychological conditions that the staff should be aware of Initials Date 1. In case of accident or illness, I give my permission to have treatment given by the physician on call (circle one) YES NO 2. I will not allow my daughter to attend if she becomes exposed to any contagious disease or, if for any reason, I do not consider her to be in good physical condition. Insurance Carrier Carrier’s Phone Name of Insured Member Number Parent/Guardian Signature Required Date
  • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2010 ADULT RESERVATION FOR SUMMER PROGRAM Form is not complete unless all information on this page and reverse page is complete. Please use blue or black ink. Troop # Name E-Mail Address Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Phone (H) (W) (C) I am attending as a parent/guardian with my daughter/ward We are attending together as a troop, # of girl’s # of adults I am (please circle) Troop Leader Assistant Leader Troop Helper I will attend all the days of this session I will attend (please circle) M T W TH F SA SU An adult must be with the girl and/or troop for all adult required sessions. I am a (please circle) Registered Girl Scout with Kansas Heartland Out-of-Council Girl Scout Have you previously completed a Volunteer Application (BOLD volunteer application) with this council? YES NO I have completed (please circle) Day Camp Outdoor Leadership Level 1 Outdoor Level 2 Outdoor Currently certified (please circle) First Aid CPR Physician P.A. RN EMT (Italic) When completing information below use code numbers as shown in Summer Program Guide and list choices in order of preferences. Be sure to fill out a separate form for each location and session you plan to attend. CHOICE CODE # SESSION # PROGRAM/SITE DATES 1 2 3 TRAINING DATES I WLL ATTEND (Day Camp Only) APPROVAL/PERMISSION Please insert initials and date for each numbered item. Your signature is required, please sign and date in the space below. Initials Date 1. I understand that I will participate in the activities as described in the Girl Scout Summer Program Guide for the session(s) and site(s) indicated as my first, second and/or third choice. 2. I understand that if I participate in the activities where a pool or lake is used I have full knowledge that currently certified lifeguards and boating instructors will be on duty only during scheduled water-related activities. 3. Photos of me may may not be used for Girl Scout media purposes. 4. I understand that I am responsible for getting my daughter to and from programs. Print Name Signature Required Date PLEASE COMPLETE Credit Card (Box around CC info) OFFICE USE (Box) Amount of program fee $ MasterCard Date Rec’d a. Cash enclosed $ VISA Complete b. Check enclosed $ Payment Amt c. Credit Card payment $ (Card Number) Check # BALANCE DUE (Bold) $ Entered (Exp. Date) (Code) (Signature) Please complete the reverse side of this page. (Print Name)
  • Program Attending____________________________ HEALTH HISTORY INFORMATION Troop # Girl’s Name Birth Date Age Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip My daughter is in the custodial care of (circle one) both parents mother only father only other Custodial Parent/Guardian Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Emergency Contact Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Physician Name Phone Hospital Preference Immunizations It is required that all immunizations be current as recommended by the County Health Department and/or State of Kansas. If a camper or adult does not have current immunizations, then the individual may not attend a session at camp unless a doctor’s statement is attached and/or mailed to the Girl Scout Center indicating that the camper or adult has an allergy to a particular immunization (i.e. DPT) as reason for not being immunized. Are all required immunizations current (circle one) YES NO Date of last Tetanus immunization Is the camper exempt from immunizations due to religious or medical reasons (circle one) YES NO Allergies Medication Hay Fever List all medications this person is currently taking including over-the-counter, Ivy Poisoning vitamins or alternative medication. Insect Stings Medication Dosage Schedule Penicillin Other Medication Food Other (please list) I give consent for my daughter/ward to take a non-aspirin pain reliever? YES NO Dosage of non-aspirin pain reliever History List any chronic or recurring illness (give approximate dates or explanation) Operations or Serious Injury List any operations or serious injury in the last five years (give approximate dates or explanation) Restrictions List any dietary, activity or other restrictions that apply to this camper Behavior Describe any current physical, mental, emotional or psychological conditions that the staff should be aware of Initials Date 1. In case of accident or illness, I give my permission to have treatment given by the physician on call (circle one) YES NO 2. I will not allow my daughter to attend if she becomes exposed to any contagious disease or, if for any reason, I do not consider her to be in good physical condition. Insurance Carrier Carrier’s Phone Name of Insured Member Number Parent/Guardian Signature Required Date
  • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2010 PROGRAM AIDE/CAMP SKILLS LEADERS APPLICATION FOR SUMMER PROGRAM Please complete a separate application for each location you would like to work and return by May 1, 2010. Form is not complete unless all information on this page and reverse page is complete. Please use blue or black ink. Troop # Girl’s Name Camper’s Nickname Birth Date Age Grade as of March 2009 E-Mail Address Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Parent/Guardian Name Relationship Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Phone (H) (W) (C) Parent/Guardian Name Relationship Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip Phone (H) (W) (C) I have completed (please circle) Basic Program Aide Troop Program Aide Peer Leadership Outdoor Training I have completed site orientation at I prefer to work with the following (please circle) Daisy Brownie Junior I am a certified lifeguard? YES NO If yes, expiration date When completing information below use code numbers as shown in Summer Program Guide and list choices in order of preferences. CHOICE PROGRAM/SITE SESSION # CODE # DATE(S) 1 2 3 4 5 What dates I absolutely can not attend After receiving my placement letter, I agree to notify the camp director in advance if I am unable to attend. Signature of Applicant Required Date PARENT/GUARDIAN APPROVAL/PERMISSION Please insert initials and date for each numbered item that applies to your camper’s session. An authorized parent/ guardian signature is required. Please sign and date in space below. Initials Date 1. I give consent for my daughter/ward to participate in the activities as described in the Girl Scout Summer Program Guide for the session(s) and site(s) indicated as her choices. 2. I give consent for my daughter/ward to participate in the activities where a pool or lake is used with full knowledge that currently certified lifeguards and boating instructors will be on duty only during scheduled water-related activities. 3. Photos of my child may may not be used for Girl Scout media purposes. 4. I understand that I am responsible for getting my daughter to and from programs. Parent/Guardian Signature Required Date
  • GIRL HEALTH HISTORY INFORMATION Troop # Girl’s Name Birth Date / / Age Street Address Apt # Box # City St Zip My daughter is in the custodial care of (circle one) both parents mother only father only other Custodial Parent/Guardian Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Emergency Contact Relationship Phone (H) (W) (C) Physician Name Phone Hospital Preference Immunizations It is required that all immunizations be current as recommended by the County Health Department and/or State of Kansas. If a camper or adult does not have current immunizations, then the individual may not attend a session at camp unless a doctor’s statement is attached and/or mailed to the Girl Scout Center indicating that the camper or adult has an allergy to a particular immunization (i.e. DPT) as reason for not being immunized. Are all required immunizations current (circle one) YES NO Date of last Tetanus immunization Is the camper exempt from immunizations due to religious or medical reasons (circle one) YES NO Allergies Medication Hay Fever List all medications this person is currently taking including over-the-counter, Ivy Poisoning vitamins, or alternative medication. Insect Stings Medication Dosage Schedule Penicillin Other Medication Food Other (please list) I give consent for my daughter/ward to take a non-aspirin pain reliever? YES NO Dosage of non-aspirin pain reliever History List any chronic or recurring illness (give approximate dates or explanation) Operations or Serious Injury List any operations or serious injury in the last five years (give approximate dates or explanation) Restrictions List any dietary, activity or other restrictions that apply to this camper Behavior Describe any current physical, mental, emotional or psychological conditions that the staff should be aware of Initials Date 1. In case of accident or illness, I give my permission to have treatment given by the physician on call (circle one) YES NO 2. I will not allow my daughter to attend if she becomes exposed to any contagious disease or, if for any reason, I do not consider her to be in good physical condition. Insurance Carrier Carrier’s Phone Name of Insured Member Number Parent/Guardian Signature Required ______________________________________________ Date______________
  • Girl Scouts At Old Cowtown Museum Living History Program Office Use Only ____ Cash Date_____ Costume Rental Form ____ Cookie Credit Instructions: ____ Credit Card 1. Use this form to reserve a costume. You may also reserve it online at ____ Check www.kansasgirlscouts.org ____ No Fee Required 2. Attach the $22 rental fee to this coupon and reservation and send to the Wichita Girl Scout Center or pay online. Name_________________________________ Daytime Phone _________________________ Evening Phone ___________________________ Camp Date ____________________________ Program Code______ _____Program _____________________ Payment: ___Cash ___Check ___Cookie Credit ___Credit Card VISA_____ MasterCard_____ Card Number___________________________________ Exp. Date_____________ 3 digit code on back_______ Signature______________________________________ Print Name____________________________________ No charge: ___ Adult Volunteer No charge: ___MA or MLIT Measurements are: Girl (seventh grade and under) Older Girl and Adults (eighth grade and up) Back width: _____ Bust: _____ Neck to mid-calf: _____ Back Width: _____ Sleeve length: _____ Waist: _____ Neck to waist: _____ Waist to top of ankle: _____ Waist to top of foot (adult): _____ 1. Back width – While standing naturally, measure across back from the socket of one arm to the socket of the other arm. 2. Back length – Take this measurement from the nape of the neck, down the spine to the waist. 3. Bust – This is the full measure around your body. Make sure that the measure is taken over the fullest part of the bust and around (not under) the shoulder blades. 4. Natural waist – Take this measurement above the hip bones. Usually right above the belly button. This measure should be snug, but not too tight. Back Length Back Width Natural Waist To our grandmothers, modesty was something tangible, indeed measurable. The chart for proper length of girls’ skirts shows the progressive eclipse of the leg, climaxed by its blackout at puberty. Harper’s Bazaar, 1868 Any questions about costumes, please e-mail Karen Johnson at Luv2stitch@cox.net (costume coordinator) or Mary Wilson, (316) 684-6531, ext. 530 (council staff).
  • Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is committed to making sure that Girl Scouting is open to all girls in our geographic area. Financial assistance offers girls the opportunity to participate in Girl Scouting. Assistance may be used for: Girl Scouts of the USA membership dues, troop dues, uniform (tunic, sash or vest), uniform components (troop numerals, council id set, flag set), hand/badge book set or journey book and council event fees including summer program fees. Financial Assistance Application is not needed for Girl Scouts of the USA membership dues. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GUIDELINES:  Assistance is granted only to currently registered Girl Scouts.  Assistance is granted based on the financial need and availability of funds with priority given to first-time applicants.  Financial assistance is not designed to replace individual or troop endeavors or cookie credits.  Assistance may be requested for part or all of the amount needed and may be approved in whole, in part or denied.  form may be completed by the parents/guardians or leader/advisor. This  Registration for events or summer program must be submitted four weeks prior to the event.  not pay for registrations, troop dues, items or events in advance and then ask for a refund. Funding for aid will be Do  transferred within the council’s bookkeeping system.  Incomplete applications will be returned to the parent/guardian and will need to be resubmitted for consideration.  reply will be mailed to the parent/guardian for uniform, uniform component and summer program assistance. A  troop leader will receive a reply for troop dues (in the form of a check) and council events (amount applied to program fee). The  Please allow three to four weeks for a reply. GIRL/FAMILY FINANCIAL INFORMATION: PLEASE COMPLETE ONE APPLICATION FOR EACH GIRL Troop # Service Unit Program Age-Level (Check one of the following):  Daisy (K-1)  Brownie (2-3)  Junior (4-5)  Cadette (6-8)  Senior (9-10)  Ambassador (11-12) Girl Name Address City Zip Name of Parent(s) or Guardian Occupation of Parent(s) or Guardian Day Phone Evening Phone Email Annual Household Income level: check one of the following  Below $10,000  $10,001-$20,000  $20,001-$30,000  $30,001and $40,000  $40,001 and above Number in household: Dependents Adults Number of girls in Girl Scouts: Has girl received financial assistance before?  Yes  No Did your daughter participate in the previous cookie sale?  Yes  No Did your daughter participate in the previous Fall Opportunity Sale?  Yes  No Are there extenuating circumstances that affect your income? Parent(s)/Guardian Signature (required) Date
  • ASSISTANCE REQUEST: (Check the following for which assistance is being requested and complete the information): Troop Dues Annual Troop Dues are: $ $ Uniform-Please check one: Daisy Tunic Sash (Size) Vest (Size) $ Uniform Components-Please check one: Troop Numbers Council ID Set Flag $ Hand book/Badge book Set Journey Book $ Council Event: Date of Event: $ Summer Program $ Camp Name: Amount of Cookie Credit Applied $ Camp Location: Balance to be paid $ Camp Date(s): Financial Assistance Requested $ LEADER/ADVISOR INFORMATION: Please complete the information for the Troop Leader; a signature is required for troop dues. A check for troop dues will be mailed directly to the Troop Leader. Leader Name Address City Zip Day Phone Evening Phone Email Comments/How is this girl affect by aid? Leader/Advisor Signature Date Financial Assistance is helping girls enjoy the benefits of Girl Scouting. At any time donations may be paid to the Financial Assistance Fund. MAIL COMPLETED APPLICATION TO: Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland C/o Financial Assistance 360 Lexington Road Wichita, KS 67218 COUNCIL USE ONLY: Registered for Current Membership Year Yes No Received Assistance Previously Yes No Troop Finance Report Current Yes No Product Sales Shortages Yes No Cookie Credits Verified Yes No Cookie Credits Available $
  • Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Cookie Credit Transfer Form Use this form to request a transfer of Cookie Credit from the family registration account. *Troop # or □ Individual Girl Member *Girl’s Name *Grade (Not registered with a troop) (As of April 2010) *Address *City *Zip: *Phone Email Address: *= Required Fields Please check the appropriate box(es) and indicate dollar amount(s). □ Troop On-line Account $ (Applicable if a girl is attending camp or a council event with her troop) □ Council Shop: (Circle one store location only) Emporia Garden City Hays Hutchinson Salina Wichita $ *Note: Please do not transfer more than you plan to spend. □ Out-of-Council Resident Camp: (Name) $ Council: Date(s) of Resident Camp: □ Service Unit Day Camp: Service Unit: $ Name of Day Camp: Date(s) of Day Camp: □ Bank Cookie Credits Towards Long-Range Council Sponsored Trip, Council Approved Troop Trip or GSUSA destination or Getaway (Sixth through 12th grades only) $ *Parent/Guardian Signature (Required for Transfer) You will be automatically notified by email once the transfer is complete. Please allow 24 hours for the transfer process. Once the Cookie Credits are transferred, they will not be available in the family on-line registration account. After the Cookie Credits are transferred to a Council Shop the staff will track their use. Additional information regarding Cookie Credits can be found at www.kansasgirlscouts.org. Cookie Credits can not be used for the annual GSUSA membership dues or for troop dues. Troop cookie sale proceeds (35 cents per box) may be used to pay GSUSA membership dues. Permission for Troop Leader to use Cookie Credits in the council shop: As parent or guardian of ___________________________________________, I give my permission for my daughter’s Troop Leader, ___________________________________ to use her Cookie Credits for purchase(s) in the council shop that I have indicated above. Parent/Guardian Signature for Permission to Troop Leader Submit by mail: Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, Cookie Credit Request, 360 Lexington Road, Wichita KS 67218 Submit by email: cwiemeyer@kansasgirlscouts.org No Phone Calls, Please Cookie Credits Expire November 15, 2010
  • INDEX Program Page Program Page Program Page Advanced Victorian Lifestyle .........................9 Glitz and Glamour Pajama Party ............... 28 Tails and Scales ............................................... 21 All Tied Up ...................................................... 22 Green Scene ..................................................... 16 Tents and Trails ............................................. 32 Big Brownie Bus Trip ................................... 22 Got Sails ........................................................... 28 The Magic of Chemistry.............................. 33 Bug Juice ........................................................... 10 Horses of Course ........................................... 29 Tons of Fun Overnight ................................ 33 Camp 9–1–1 ..................................................... 22 Intern-Women at Cowtown ............................7 Under Pressure ............................................... 34 Camper Sampler.............................................. 23 It’s a Teen “Chillax” ..........................................5 Victorian Lifestyles ...........................................9 Camping with My Guy ................................. 10 Junior Chef ...................................................... 16 Where the Sidewalk Ends ............................ 34 Campology ....................................................... 11 Just For You ........................................................5 Who Done It? The “American Icon” ......... 34 Cattle Lilly Cowgirls ..................................... 23 Let’s Get Technical ........................................ 29 Who Says You Can’t Clay Creations ................................................. 11 M&M Retreat .................................................. 16 Play With Your Food .................................. 35 Com-mu-ni-cate .............................................. 24 Maps to Marbles ................................................8 Wild Rumpus Day .......................................... 35 Crafty Cadettes ............................................... 12 Nature’s Capers ............................................... 30 WOW, Wonders of Water ............................ 35 Creation Station .............................................. 13 Night Owls....................................................... 17 Zink Goes to Meade Lake ............................ 35 CSI: Camp Site Investigator ........................ 12 Pampered Camper .......................................... 17 Dad-Daughter Bowling ................................ 24 Pedals & Paddles ............................................. 17 Dad-Daughter Outing ................................... 24 Pioneers, Petticoats, and the Prairie .............8 Daisy Day ......................................................... 13 Pretty, Pretty Princess .................................. 18 Daisies and Moms Unplugged .................... 25 Rootbeer, Rockets and Robots ..................... 18 Dancing Under the Stars.............................. 14 Sew it Simple S’more ..................................... 30 Day Away Camp.............................................. 14 Sew What? ....................................................... 30 Drama Queens................................................. 25 She & Me Super Sleepover ........................... 18 Expedition Challenge .......................................4 Show Case the Past ...........................................7 Family Summer Fun Weekend .......................4 Slimy Sleuths ................................................... 19 Father-Daughter Campout at Scott Lake . 25 Smoky Hill River Festival ............................ 31 Fired Up ........................................................... 15 Soccer Camp .................................................... 31 Firefly Fairies .................................................. 15 Sole Sister ......................................................... 31 Flip-Flop in the Sun ...................................... 26 Splash Zone ...................................................... 19 Follow Me ........................................................ 15 Sports & S’mores ............................................ 20 Frontier Fun .......................................................6 Star Bright ....................................................... 20 Get Hooked on Crochet ................................ 27 Sun, Sand, and Fun ........................................ 20 Girl Scout Adventure Day 101.................... 27 Sunflower Society ..............................................8 Girl Scouts Camp Rock ................................. 27 Super Troopers ............................................... 21 Girls Can Fish Too! ..........................................4 Survivor Adventure ....................................... 32