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    • At-A-Glance Event Guide _________________________________ 1–4 Grade Level Legend Safety and Sites __________________________________________ 5 D – Girl Scout Daisies (grades K-1) I  Camp ____________________________________________ 6–35 B – Girl Scout Brownies (grades 2-3) Camp Double E _______________________________________ 6–7 J – Girl Scout Juniors (grades 4-5) Camp Flying T ________________________________________ 8–9 C – Girl Scout Cadettes (grades 6-8) Camp Four Winds ___________________________________ 10–11 S – Girl Scout Seniors (grades 9-10) Camp Hazen _______________________________________ 12–13 A – Girl Scout Ambassadors (grades 11-12) Camp Loga Vista _______________________________________ 14 Old Cowtown Museum _______________________________ 15–17 Starwoods Outdoor Center____________________________ 18–27 Camp Wah-Shah-She _________________________________ 28–35 Programs by Region ___________________________________ 36–51 Central Kansas (Salina Region) _________________________ 36–39 Flint Hills (Emporia Region) ___________________________ 40–41 Golden Plains (Wichita Region) _________________________ 42–43 Sunflower (Hays Region) _________________________________ 44 Tumbleweed (Garden City Region) ______________________ 45–48 Wheatbelt (Hutchinson Region) ________________________ 49–51 Program Aide and Camp Skills Leader Information __________ 52–53 Adult and Teen Training ________________________________ 54–55 Reserve Your Spot ____________________________________ 56–58 FAQ's __________________________________________________ 59 Cookie Credits __________________________________________ 60 Forms ________________________________________ End of Guide
    • May 2009 June 2009 Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ Date Program Title Age Level Location ________________________________________________________________ Page 27 (Day) Express Yourself DB Oakley 44 8-11  Campology C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 21 Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 8-11  Kaleidoscope Camp B-3 J C S A Camp Hazen ________________________________________________________________ 12 27 (Overnight) Express Yourself B Oakley 44 8-12  Day Away Camp B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 8-12 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 42 8-12  Pedals & Paddles J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 June 2009 9  Flower Power D Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ 9 Walter the Baker DBJ Great Bend ________________________________________________________________ 38 1 Girls Can Fish Too! DB Four Winds 11 ________________________________________________________________ 9-11  Meade Lake Campout B-3 J C S A Meade State Lake 46 ________________________________________________________________ 1  Girl Time DBJC Salina 36 ________________________________________________________________ 9-12 Advanced Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 17 1-3  Campbots JC Starwoods 20 ________________________________________________________________ 9-12 Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 17 1-3  Campology J Starwoods 21 ________________________________________________________________ 10 (Day) Express Yourself DB Phillipsburg 44 1-3  Camp Cook C Starwoods 20 ________________________________________________________________ Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 1-4  Star Bright BJ Starwoods 26 ________________________________________________________________ 10 (Overnight) Express Yourself B Phillipsburg 44 1-4  Tails & Scales B Starwoods 27 ________________________________________________________________ Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 1-5 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita 42 ________________________________________________________________ 10  Firefly Fairies DB Double E ________________________________________________________________ 6 2 (Day) Express Yourself DB Atwood 44 10 Frontier Fun DB Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 10-11  Pampered Camper B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 23 2 (Overnight) Express Yourself B Atwood 44 10-12  Super Troopers B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 26 Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 10-12  Super Troopers J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 26 2 Girls Can Fish Too! JC Four Winds 11 ________________________________________________________________ 10-12 Teen Blast at Night CSA Four Winds ________________________________________________________________ 11 2  Why Cycle? JCSA Hutchinson 51 ________________________________________________________________ 11 Frontier Fun DB Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 3 Big Brownie Bus Trip B Salina 36 ________________________________________________________________ 11-12  Intern-Women At OCM CSA Old Cowtown 16 3 Crafty Creations D Wichita 42 ________________________________________________________________ 18-19  Intern-Women At OCM CSA Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 3-4 Night Owls J Starwoods 23 ________________________________________________________________ 12-14 Family Summer Fun Weekend D B J C S A Four Winds ________________________________________________________________ 10 4 Crafty Creations B Wichita 42 ________________________________________________________________ 12-14 Father/Daughter Camp Out D B J C S A Scott Lake ________________________________________________________________ 45 4  Flower Power D Starwoods 22 ________________________________________________________________ 12-14 Smoky Hill River Festival CSA Salina 37 5 Crafty Creations J Wichita 42 ________________________________________________________________ Face Painting ________________________________________________________________ 5-6 She & Me Super Sleepover DB Starwoods 25 ________________________________________________________________ 14  Dad Daughter Fish And Hike D B J C S A Burlington ________________________________________________________________ 40 5-7  Santa Fe Trail Campout/Hike B J C S A Garden City 47 ________________________________________________________________ 15 (Day) Express Yourself DB WaKeeney 44 6  Where The Buffalo Roam DBJC Garden City 48 ________________________________________________________________ Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 7-9 Junior Blast J Four Winds 11 ________________________________________________________________ 10 (Overnight) Express Yourself B WaKeeney 44 8  Flower Power D Starwoods 22 ________________________________________________________________ Through Art ________________________________________________________________ 8 The Mixed-up Chameleon DBJ Great Bend 38 ________________________________________________________________ 15 Flip Flop In The Sun D Loga Vista ________________________________________________________________ 14 8-9  Pampered Camper B Starwoods 23 ________________________________________________________________ 15  Girl Time DBJC Great Bend ________________________________________________________________ 36 15-16  Buddy Bash B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19  New Program 1
    • June 2009 Date Program Title Age-Level Location ________________________________________________________________ Page Date Program Title Age-Level Location ________________________________________________________________ Page 15-16 Scentsational B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 22-26  Day Away Camp B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 15-16 Sew What J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 22-26 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 42 15-17 Take Flight J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 27 22-26  Pedals & Paddles J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 15-18  Camper Sampler DB Camp Hazen ________________________________________________________________ 12 23  Flower Power D Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 15-18  In Charge B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 23 I See a Song DBJ Salina ________________________________________________________________ 38 15-18  Passport Thru Time DBJ Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 47 23-24 Brownies N’ Bonnets B Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 15 15-18 Soccer Camp DBJ Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 43 24 Older Girl Bus Trip CSA Salina 39 15-18 Splash Zone J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 25 Oceans of Fun ________________________________________________________________ 15-18  Zink Goes To Camp B-3 J C S A Camp Hazen ________________________________________________________________ 13 24-25  Pampered Camper B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 23 15-19 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 42 24-26  Super Troopers B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 26 16-17 Flip Flop In The Sun B Loga Vista ________________________________________________________________ 14 24-26  Super Troopers J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 26 16-19 Advanced Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 17 24-26  Tents & Trails J Harvey Co. Park West 43 ________________________________________________________________ 16-19 Victorian Lifestyles J Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 17 25  Where The Sidewalk Ends D B J C S A Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________ 51 17 Frontier Fun DB Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 25-26  America…I Love You BJC Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 45 17 Mystery Getaway CSA Emporia ________________________________________________________________ 41 25-26  History & Mysteries CSA Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 17-18  Buddy Bash B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19 25-26 Summer Fun Overnight Adv. B J C Great Bend ________________________________________________________________ 37 17-18 Scentsational J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 27  Linking Girls To The Land JCSA Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 46 17-18 Sew Glam C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 24 28-29  Make New Bears B Four Winds ________________________________________________________________ 11 17-19 Flip Flop In The Sun J Loga Vista ________________________________________________________________ 14 29  Digital Photography JCSA Pratt ________________________________________________________________ 49 18 Brownie Beach Boogie B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19 29  Let's Trek BJC Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 9 18 Frontier Fun DB Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 16 29 The Grouchy Ladybug DBJ Salina ________________________________________________________________ 38 18-19  Outta This World BJ Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 47 29-7/3 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 42 19-21  Art-Attack J Fort Hays State ________________________________________________________________ 44 29-7/1  Storybook Tales DB Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 47 19-21 Camping With My Guy DBJC Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 20 30-7/2  Starwoods Or Bust BJC Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 37 20  Wet N’ Wild BJ Johnson City ________________________________________________________________ 48 20  Where The Sidewalk Ends D B J C S A McPherson ________________________________________________________________ 51 21-24  Camp Hollywood BJ Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 8 22  Flower Power D Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 22 Walter the Baker DBJ Salina ________________________________________________________________ 38 22-23  Pampered Camper B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 23 22-24  Tents & Trails D Harvey Co. Park West 43 ________________________________________________________________ 22-24  Tents & Trails B Harvey Co. Park West 43 ________________________________________________________________ 22-25  Campology C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 21 22-25  Stargazers B-3 J C S A Camp Hazen ________________________________________________________________ 13  New Program 2
    • July 2009 Date Program Title Age Level Location ________________________________________________________________ Page Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ 1-2  “Cast” Away Camp BJCSA Meade State Lake 45 ________________________________________________________________ 14-16  Space Cadettes C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________25 6 Daisy Days D Anthony ________________________________________________________________ 49 14-17 Pioneers, Petticoats, CSA Old Cowtown 17 6  Weird Science B Anthony ________________________________________________________________ 51 And The Prairie ________________________________________________________________ 6-9  Rhinestones And Royalty B J Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 9 15  Flower Power D Starwoods ________________________________________________________________22 6-7  Buddy Bash B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19 15  Green Is The Thing JCSA So. Hutch ________________________________________________________________50 6-7  Memory Magic B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 23 15-16  Get Fired Up C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________22 6-8  Campbots JC Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 20 15-17  Roughin' It JC Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 9 6-8  Campology J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 21 16  Road Trip To Savings CSA Emporia ________________________________________________________________41 6-8  Camp Cook C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 20 16 Brownie Beach Boogie B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________19 6-8 Splash Zone B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 25 17-24 Got Sails? CSA Loga Vista ________________________________________________________________14 6-9  In Charge B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 22 18  Groom Your Room JCSA Dodge City ________________________________________________________________46 6-9 Where The Sidewalk Ends D B Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 43 18  Optical Illusion DBJC Holcomb ________________________________________________________________46 6-10 Horses Of Course JCSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________ 42 18  Future Builders 1 CSA Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________50 7-10  Culinary Creations JCSA Garden City ________________________________________________________________ 45 20 Daisy Days D Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________49 7-10 Sunflower Society C-6th grade Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________ 17 20  Weird Science B Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________51 8-9  Buddy Bash B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19 20-21 Brownies N’ Bonnets B Old Cowtown ________________________________________________________________15 8-9  Memory Magic J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 23 20-22  Mythical Magic DBJ Garden City ________________________________________________________________46 8-10  CSI: Camp Site Investigator J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 20 20-23 Tennis Camp BJ Wichita ________________________________________________________________43 8-10  Space Cadettes C Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 25 20-23 Tennis Camp CSA Wichita ________________________________________________________________43 9 Brownie Beach Boogie B Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 19 21  Paula's Explosion Scrapbooking C S A Emporia ________________________________________________________________41 9  Car Sense SA Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________ 49 21  Sew What J Emporia ________________________________________________________________41 9  Playful Pixies D Double E ________________________________________________________________ 6 21-24 Oodles Of Fun DB Hutchinson ________________________________________________________________50 9  Sun Catchers B Double E ________________________________________________________________ 7 22  Sew What B Emporia ________________________________________________________________41 10 Junior Bus Trip J Salina ________________________________________________________________ 36 23-25  Cowgirl Up BJC Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 8 10-11  Camp Rock-Boogie J Four Winds ________________________________________________________________ 10 25  Future Builders 2 CSA Camp Hazen ________________________________________________________________12 10-12  Moonlight Mischief CSA Double E ________________________________________________________________ 6 25 Discovering The Colors JC Emporia 40 11  Future Builders 1 CSA Anthony ________________________________________________________________ 50 Of Chemistry ________________________________________________________________ 12 Dad Daughter Bowling DBJCSA Emporia ________________________________________________________________ 40 27-30  Dance It Up BJC Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 8 12-16  Expedition Challenge JC Four Winds ________________________________________________________________ 10 31-8/2 Father/Daughter Camp Out D B J C S A Scott Lake ________________________________________________________________45 13 Daisy Days D Larned ________________________________________________________________ 49 13  Dancin’ Divas DB Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 21 13  Weird Science B Larned ________________________________________________________________ 51 13-14  Clay Creations J Starwoods ________________________________________________________________ 21 13-14  Roughin' It B Flying T ________________________________________________________________ 9  New Program 3
    • August 2009 Wah-Shah-She Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ 1  Splish Splash D B J C S A Pratt 51 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 Pampered Camper 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 8  Future Builders 3 CSA Hutchinson 50 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27  Wander Wonder 6-9 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 Wet And Wild 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ Wah-Shah-She 6/21-6/27 Badge R's 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ Date Program Title Age Level Location Page ________________________________________________________________ 6/23 Little Bits K-4 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/05-6/07 Core/Family Camp ALL Wah-Shah-She 28 ________________________________________________________________ 6/24-6/27  Hannah Bobana 4 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/10 Mississippi Muddin’ 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1 Get Gakked 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 A Smidgen 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1 Glam And Glitter 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 Badge R's 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1 Mississippi Muddin’ 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 Bubble Up 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1  Okie Karaoke 4-7 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13  Cowgirl Ways 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1  Pack Rat 6-11 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 Flip And Dip 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1  Pirate's Pizzazz 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 Freak Factor 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1  Sleuth Squad 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13  Twilight Zone 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/28-7/1  Whales Tales 4 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/13 Wet And Wild 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/27 C.I.T. 1 8-11 Wah-Shah-She 34 ________________________________________________________________ 6/07-6/27 C.I.T. 2 9-11 Wah-Shah-She 34 ________________________________________________________________ 6/11 Little Bits K-4 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/17  Hannah Bobana 4 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Action Packed 6-11 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Beach Bummin’ 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Diagon Alley 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Globe Trotting 4-6 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20  Inching & Pinching 5-7 Wah-Shah-She 31 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Showtime 4-7 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Treasure Trek 4-7 Wah-Shah-She 33 ________________________________________________________________ 6/14-6/20 Wonka Willies 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 34 ________________________________________________________________ 6/17-6/20 Bump In The Night 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/24  Picture Perfect 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 32 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 A Smidgen 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 Beach Bummin’ 5-8 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 Bubble Up 4-5 Wah-Shah-She 29 ________________________________________________________________ 6/21-6/27 Forensic Fever 6-11 Wah-Shah-She 30 ________________________________________________________________  New Program 4
    • Safety and Sites Summer Program Staff About Our Sites Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland program staff ensures that all programs taking place on Girl Scouts take safety seriously. In an effort to assure Girl Scout property or off-site locations follow the Girl Scout “Safety-Wise” standards. you of your daughter’s safety and well-being, we want You will find information about Kansas Heartland camp properties before each section. to take a moment to explain how we hire and choose our paid seasonal staff. Swimming Information Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland hires adult seasonal All swimming activities are supervised by currently certified American Red Cross staff to fill specific job responsibilities (camp directors, Lifeguards or equivalent with adult watchers as required by Girl Scout “Safety-Wise” waterfront, program activities, unit counselors, etc.) standards. for the delivery of summer program. Only adults ages 18 or older are responsible for the supervision of Camp Loga Vista is located on Wellington Lake. The public swimming area is roped participants. All seasonal staff must complete a written and buoyed. application with three character/skill references. All references are checked, a personal interview with the Starwoods Outdoor Center swimming area is a small private flat water lake with a site director is conducted and the applicant undergoes gentle sloping sand beach, a swimming dock with a roped and buoyed swimming a Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and Department area marked by depth from one to 10 feet. No diving is allowed from swimming dock. of Motor Vehicles background check. In addition, supervisors regularly monitor the performance of seasonal staff members. Boating Information All boating activities are under the direction of a qualified waterfront/aquatic 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 all times when boating regardless of swimming ability. Note: Camp Four Winds is a 13 acre flat lake with one-person kayaks and canoes. Since Starwoods Outdoor Center is an Camp Loga Vista is located on Wellington Lake and has one-person kayaks, one or American Camping Association accredited two-person sunfish sailboats and canoes. site, a range of skills are verified during the Harvey County West Park is a public flat water lake with canoes. 40 hours of onsite training to ensure that seasonal staff can provide quality program Starwoods Outdoor Center is a private flat water lake with pedal boats for two to four people and canoes. delivery and a safe environment for each child placed under their care and supervision. 5
    • Camp Double E, 794 Road 200, Emporia This 8.3 acre camp is located just north and west of Emporia on the Neosho River. This property includes two cabins, two shelter houses, a platform tent and a gazebo to be used year round. Enjoy the upper and lower hiking trails, climbing rope, basketball court and a variety of other sports. Additional Information: Register as a troop or individual. No tagalongs and no walk-in registrations. No sandals or flip-flops. Please arrive with sunscreen and bug spray already applied. Dress appropriately for the weather. For questions about Camp Double E or programs taking place at this facility, contact Linda Jones or Amy Miller at (800) 342-4532 or (620) 342-4532. F irefly Fairies Moonlight Mischief Playful Pixies DB CSA D Come sing and dance around the campfire. Your dream campout! Stay up late, sleep Join other Daisies at Camp Double E to play Toast marshmallows and create your own in late! With challenging flashlight tag, games and create crafts while discovering fairytale. scavenger hunts in the dark, viewing some of the secrets of nature. Connect with constellations, nighttime games and Mother Nature to learn how you can take Wednesday, June 10 activities, you will experience an action to preserve your earth. 7 to 9 p.m. unforgettable campout. Thursday, July 9 Code: 3-FFDB July 10-12 9 to 11 a.m. Cost: $5 per girl Friday 7 p.m. through Sunday 11 a.m. Reservation Deadline: May 29 Code: 3-PPD Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. Code: 3-MMCSA Cost: $5 per girl Cost: $20 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 19 Reservation Deadline: June 19 Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. Additional Information: Bring overnight supplies including your bedroll. Bring board games, sunscreen, and bug spray. GSKH is not responsible for lost, stolen or broken items, including but not limited to cell phones, MP3 players or any other electronic devices or personal possessions.  = New Program 6
    • Sun Catchers B Join other Brownies at Camp Double E to play games and create crafts while discovering some of the secrets of nature. Connect with Mother Nature to learn how you can take action to preserve your earth. Thursday, July 9 1 to 4 p.m. Code: 3-SCB Cost: $5 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 19 Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min.  = New Program 7
    • Camp F lying T, 5101 W. River Road, Syracuse This 23 acre Girl Scout camp is located near Syracuse. Features: earthen shelter that sleeps 20 in bunks; full kitchen; bathrooms with showers; zip line; fire ring; outdoor brick stove; slip n’ slide and plenty of nature to enjoy. Additional Information: Packing list will be mailed prior to program date. Transportation to Camp Flying T: Depart from and return to Garden City Girl Scout Center. Please indicate if transportation is needed on Reservation Form. Cost: $15 Capacity: Min. of eight girls required. For questions about Camp Flying T or programs taking place at this facility, contact Christina Britton at (888) 900-7061 or (620) 276-7061. Camp Hollywood Cowgirl Up Dance it Up BJ BJC BJC Roll out the red carpet and put on your Giddy up, cowgirl! All good cowgirls know Get down, boogie, oogie, oogie! Come join Vera Wang. Camp Flying T has gone how to treat their horse and equipment. the fun as we learn dances of new and old Hollywood. We will work on acting skills, We will learn about the body and care of a from places near and far. Come get your make-up, hair “do’s” and “don’ts” and horse and horse handling. Like the cowgirls groove on! Bebop to the beat! Have some socialize with the rich and famous. We of old, we’ll sleep under the stars and cook fun and learn to dance. will do all this in time to attend a movie over an open fire. This is a NEW progressive premier in style. camp. July 27-30 Monday 11 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m. June 21-24 July 23-25 Sunday 4 p.m. through Wednesday 5 p.m. Thursday 1 p.m. through Saturday 3 p.m. Code: 6-DIU Cost: $125 Code: 6-CHBJ Code: 6-CUBJC Reservation Deadline: July 10 Cost: $125 Cost: $75 Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. Reservation Deadline: June 12 Reservation Deadline: July 3 Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min.  = New Program 8
    • Let’s Trek Roughin’ It BJC BJC Trekking is a term used in Europe for Are you a rough and tough sort of girl? wandering around the countryside. We’re Have you ever wanted to sleep out under going to TREK around the 23 acres of Flying T the stars? Do you want to cook your dinner and discover all the hidden treasures of the over an open fire and tell stories around camp. We’ll be able to see traces of the the campfire? Join us for a night on the animals that make the camp their home. “range.” Monday, June 29 Brownies: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 13-14 Monday 11 a.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. Code: 6-LTBJC Code: 6-RIB Cost: $20 Cost: $55 Reservation Deadline: June 19 Juniors and Cadettes: Capacity: 35 girl max., 15 girl min. July 15-17 Wednesday 11 a.m. through Friday 5 p.m. Rhinestones and Royalty Code: 6-RIJC BJ Cost: $75 Have you ever wanted to be a princess? Do Reservation Deadline: June 26 you wonder what a princess life is like? Well, Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. here’s your chance. We will learn about fairy- tale princesses, as well as real ones. Join us on an adventure of learning what it’s like to be a princess. July 6-9 Monday 10 a.m. through Thursday 5 p.m. Code: 6-RRBJ Cost: $125 Reservation Deadline: June 22 Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min.  = New Program 9
    • Camp Four Winds, 9236 S. E. Quivira Road, Leon Located east of Leon, this property includes a 13 acre lake, Compass Center, Tree House and platform huts. Camp Four Winds is a great place for hiking, fishing and enjoying nature. Additional Information: Register as a troop or individual with the exception of Summer Family Fun. Tagalongs cannot be accommodated with the exception of Summer Family Fun. Site Volunteer Training and Outdoor Training must be completed for noted programs. Cost includes activity supplies and summer patch. For questions about Camp Four Winds or programs taking place at this facility, contact Mary Wilson at (888) 472-3683 or (316) 684-6531. Camp Rock-Boogie Expedition Challenge Family Summer J JC Fun Weekend 5-6-7-8!!! Grab your boogie shoes so you Like a little challenge to your summer? DBJCSA can dance the day and night away. Learn Camp teams will challenge each other Enjoy a relaxing weekend camping with dances from the “Irish Dancers” group. throughout the week. Some of the your family without all the work! This Activities include learning different dances challenges include water activities, archery, action-packed weekend is filled with and songs, costuming, making a craft, building structures, nature findings, cook- archery, water activities, crafts, games, swimming and stargazing. ing, and a song challenge at last campfire. hiking, swimming, fishing, and of course, Teams will stay in the tree house, platform a campfire with s’mores. Bring your July 10-11 huts and a tent unit. Think of it as the family and your camping gear and leave Friday 7 p.m. through Saturday 7 p.m. Kansas version of the Amazing Race! the cooking and all the work to us! Code: 4-FWRB July 12-16 June 12-14 Cost: $55 per girl, adults free Sunday 3 p.m. through Thursday 6 p.m. Friday arrive between 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Reservation Deadline: June 22 through Sunday 10 a.m. Capacity: 60 girl max., 40 girl min. Code: 4-FWEC Cost: $125 per girl Code: 156 Additional Information: Adults required, Reservation Deadline: June 28 Cost: $100 per family must have Outdoor Training and Site Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. Reservation Deadline: May 29 Volunteer Training. Volunteer Camp Capacity: 30 families max., 5 families min. Skills Leaders needed. Includes Saturday Additional Information: A physical is breakfast and lunch (please eat Friday required for this program. Six adult female Additional Information: Each family evening meal before arriving). volunteers needed, must have Outdoor member must register. Tree House and Training and Site Volunteer Training. platform huts available on first-come, first-served basis. Tents are available for rent, $5 each. Fee includes Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack and Sunday breakfast. Volunteer Camp Skill Leaders needed.  = New Program 10
    • Girls Can F ish Too! Junior Blast Code: 4-FWMB DB J Cost: $55 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 12 Spend the day fishing and learning about the Start the summer out with a Blast! This Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. basics of fishing. You will have a chance to three-day two-night campout is just for catch a fish, try Brownie Bows, take a nature Girl Scout Juniors. Activities include Additional Information: Adult volunteers hike and work on a craft all in the great out- archery, outdoor cooking, swimming, are needed, four adults per unit. Volunteers doors. You will leave from and return to the canoeing, kayaking, fishing and crafts. must have Outdoor Training and Site Wichita Girl Scout Center. Finish off the night with stargazing, Volunteer Training. Volunteer Camp Skills skits, hikes and a campfire. Leaders needed. Cost includes new stuffed Daisies and Brownies bear, meals and snack. Monday, June 1 June 7-9 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday 3 p.m. through Tuesday 5 p.m. Code: 4-400B Teen Blast at N ight Juniors and Cadettes Code: 410 CSA Tuesday, June 2 Cost: $80 per girl Reservation Deadline: May 22 Start your summer out playing, not 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. working, at camp! This camp is designed Code: 4-400J Capacity: 125 girl max., 50 girl min. with you in mind; you will help set the Cost: $37 per girl, $5 adult bus fee Additional Information: Adults volunteers camp program for this three-day adventure. Reservation Deadline: May 22 needed, must have Outdoor Training and Experience water activities, outdoor Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. Site Volunteer Training. Volunteer Camp cooking, advanced archery and crafts. Skills Leaders needed. Cost includes all When the moon comes out try canoeing, Additional Information: Includes transporta- meals. hiking, stargazing and more! tion and snacks. Bus is provided from Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd. With June 10-12 enough requests, we will have a bus stop in Make New Bears Wednesday 6 p.m. through Friday 5 p.m. B Andover and Augusta. Code: 420 Make a new bear friend and keep old girl Cost: $80 per girl Daisies, Brownies friends. Design and make a camp outfit for Reservation Deadline: May 25 Adult volunteers needed; one adult per your bear friend and take her along with Capacity: 50 girl max., 12 girl min. 8-10 girls registered, please no extra adults. you as you discover the treasures of a Volunteer Program Aides and Camp Skills Additional Information: Includes Thursday traditional overnight camp including Leaders needed. breakfast, lunch and dinner, Friday breakfast canoeing, archery, campfire and more. Juniors, Cadettes and lunch (please eat Wednesday evening June 28-29 meal before arriving). No adults required. Volunteer Camp Skills Sunday 3 p.m. through Monday 5 p.m. Leaders needed.  = New Program 11
    • Camp Hazen, 30303 Trail West Rd. S.W., Sylvia This property is semi-primitive with a lodge, two shelter pavilions and platform tents. There are a variety of nature trails and a craft building to keep you busy. Additional Information: You will want to wear your play clothes and bring a hat, bug spray, sunscreen and closed-toe shoes (sandals are not appropriate), sit-upon and mess kit. For questions about Camp Hazen or programs taking place at this facility, contact Debbie Rippie at (800) 495-5166 or (620) 662-5485. Camper Sampler Future Builders 2 Kaleidoscope Camp DB  CSA  B-Third grade, J C S A Enjoy traditional camp activities including  In Future Builders 2, you will learn about  Looking through a kaleidoscope you see playing in the water, arts and crafts, hikes, power tools and how to use them. In the many different things. At this camp you nature, songs, games and a cookout. Try  third and final Future Builders, you will  will experience many different things new things while hanging out with new be working with Interfaith Housing to including: singing; creating arts and crafts; friends.  put those newly learned skills to work.  archery; hiking; playing games; getting Information on Future Builders 1 and 3 wet; learning outdoor skills; making new June 15-18, Monday through Thursday,  is located on page 50.  friends and more! 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily  Saturday, July 25  June 8-11 Code: 5-HCS 1 to 6 p.m. Monday 8 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m. Cost: $30 per girl   Reservation Deadline: May 29 Code: 5-FB2 Code: 5-HKC Capacity: 50 girl max., 10 girl min.  Cost: $10 per girl  Cost: $40 per girl Reservation Deadline: July 10 Reservation Deadline: May 18  Capacity: 60 girl max., 10 girl min.  Capacity: 100 girl max., 50 girl min.  Additional Information: Supper will  Additional Information: Bring your be provided, bring a mess kit. Wear overnight gear, tent, sleeping bag and  appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes.  pillow. No sandals or clothes that hang or have  strings that might catch on things.         = New Program 12
    • Stargazers B-Third grade, J C S A  Why stay home when you can come to camp?  Sleep in and stay up late. Come do your nails, do yoga, go for a hike, write in a journal, make  jewelry, and do some stargazing. Enjoy archery, outdoor cooking, arts & crafts and of course a  campfire with s’mores, songs and skits.  June 22-25 Monday 8 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m.  Code: 4-HSG  Cost: $40 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 1  Capacity: 100 girl max., 50 girl min.  Additional Information: Bring your overnight gear, tent, sleeping bag and pillow.  Zink Goes to Camp  B-Third grade, J C S A  What makes you special? Meet Zink, a special Zebra with spots instead of stripes. Zink will  share his message of compassion, respect, and understanding while showing you all the fun  things you can do at camp. Leave camp with a baby Zink just for you!  June 15-18  Monday 8 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m.  Code: 5-HZC Cost: $40 per girl  Reservation Deadline: May 29 Capacity: 75 girl max., 30 girl min.  Additional Information: Bring your overnight  gear, tent, sleeping bag and pillow.  = New Program 13
    • Camp Loga Vista, 513 S. Lakeview Rd., Wellington Located on Wellington Lake, this camp has a lot to offer. The cozy cabin has a large screened-in porch, covered deck and spacious living room with fireplace, kitchen and outdoor pavilion. Additional Information: Register as a troop or individual. Tagalongs cannot be accommodated. Site Volunteer Training and Outdoor Training must be completed for noted programs. Cost includes activity supplies, crafts and summer patch. For questions about Camp Loga Vista or programs taking place at this facility, contact Mary Wilson at (888) 472-3683 or (316) 684-6531. F lip-F lop in the Sun Got Sails? DBJ  CSA Enjoy lots of summer sun and water fun at flip-flop camp. As a Daisy you will explore science  Captain Girl Scout, enjoy this week-long and nature, try Brownie Bows, crafts and swimming. Brownies will camp overnight and camp packed with sun and water try water activities, crafts, outdoor cooking, explore nature and do Brownie Bows (second  activities including sailing, canoeing, graders) or archery (third graders). Juniors have a two-night campout packed full of water and kayaking, swimming and a trip to the boating fun, archery, outdoor cooking, crafts and more. Wellington water park. If you don’t know  much about boating, don’t worry. By Daisies Brownies Juniors week’s end you’ll be soloing on your Monday, June 15 June 16-17 June 17-19  own in the middle of Wellington Lake. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday 9 a.m. Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Code: 175-D through through Friday Noon  July 17-24 Cost: $35 Wednesday Noon Code: 177-J Friday 7 p.m. through Friday 6 p.m. Code: 176-B Cost: $80 per Junior  Code: 306 Cost: $60  Cost: $185 per girl Free for adult volunteers Reservation Deadline: July 3 Reservation Deadline: June 1 Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min.  Capacity: 75 max., 25 min. per session Additional Information: A physical is  required. Must be comfortable in the Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed, must have Outdoor Training and Site water. Kansas State Boaters Education Volunteer Training. Brownie and Junior troops must meet adult to girl ratios. Program Aides  card is required for sailing on the lake, and Volunteer Camp Skills Leaders needed. Cost includes snack for Daisies and meals for (Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland will Brownies and Juniors.  offer a boaters class on Wednesday, May 28 at the Wichita office). Cost  includes all meals (please eat Friday evening meal before arriving), water  park fees and transportation to water park. 14
    • Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 Museum Blvd., Wichita Girl Scouts help bring Old Cowtown Museum (OCM) to life as they demonstrate typical activities of girls and women in the 1870’s. Girls and adults participating in this unique educational opportunity are dressed in period costumes and “act” as historical characters. Old Cowtown Museum Costumes: Many girls and adults like to provide their own unique costume, following the museum’s guidelines for sewing and fabric choice. The patterns for costumes are available for checkout from Karen by calling (316) 522-8973. For more information, contact Mary Wilson at mwilson@kansasgirlscouts.org. Girls who find it difficult to make their own costume may rent a full costume from those available in inventory on a first-reserved, first-served basis. There is an additional $22 fee when renting a costume. Girls must provide their own long black socks and ankle-high black shoes. Complete the costume rental form found in the back of this guide. Attach a check to the costume rental form and send it to the Wichita Girl Scout Center or pay online. Adults volunteering as unit staff or teens volunteering as Museum Aides or Museum Leaders-in-Training (LIT) may also request the use of a full costume at no charge. All participants must be in period costumes approved by the Girl Scout costume coordinator. Additional Information: Register as a troop or individual. Tagalongs can not be accommodated with the exception of Frontier Fun. Site Volunteer Training must be completed for noted programs. Cost includes snacks, crafts, activities supplies, and OCM summer patch. For girls who are interested in attending Old Cowtown Museum and need accommodations, contact Mary Wilson at (888) 472-3683 or (316) 684-6531. For questions about Old Cowtown Museum or programs taking place at this facility, contact Mary Wilson at (888) 472-3683 or (316) 684-6531. Brownies N ’Bonnets B During this two-day program you will wear bonnets, make Victorian-era crafts, experience 1870’s style cooking and earn the Folk Arts Girl Scout Badge. Session 4: Tuesday and Wednesday, June 23-24 Session 8: Monday and Tuesday, July 20-21 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Code: Session 4: 707-4 Session 8: 707-8 Cost: $40 per girl, no charge for bonnets Reservation Deadline: Session 4: June 1; Session 8: July 6 Capacity: 72 girl max., 12 girl min. Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed; must have Site Volunteer Training and must meet one adult per six girl ratio. Dresses not required. Cost includes Folk Arts Girl Scout Badge. 15
    • Frontier Fun Intern-Women at Cowtown DB   CSA Discover living history and earn Our   The typical 1870’s woman had to be Council’s Own Frontier Fun Try-it. Frontier competent in many areas to successfully Fun activities are led by Girl Scout staff.   carry out her role in Victorian society. This internship will help you gain the Session 2: knowledge and self-assurance to be a Wednesday, June 10 or Thursday, June 11   proficient domestic volunteer for Old 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cowtown Museum. Girl Scout staff will   prepare you for the entrance interview, Session 3: June 17, Wednesday, or June 18, Thursday and upon acceptance to the program you   will work with Cowtown staff to be able 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. to present a woman’s life to the visiting Code:   public. Upon completion of the program, Session 2: Wednesday 704-2W you will need to apply to Old Cowtown Session 2: Thursday 704-2Th   Museum. Once your application is Session 3: Wednesday 704-3W History & Mysteries accepted, you will work directly with Session 3: Thursday 704-3Th  CSA  Old Cowtown Museum Staff in a variety Cost: $12 per Girl Scout, $5 per adult An overnight at Old Cowtown! Pack your of roles throughout the museum. and sibling (fee is nonrefundable)  bedroll and come explore 1870’s Kansas  Reservation Deadline: Session 2: Thursday and Friday, June 11-12 history and some of its mysteries at Old Session 2: May 27   Session 3: Thursday and Friday, June 18-19 Cowtown Museum. You might be a little Session 3: June 3 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. surprised by what you find out. Capacity: 25 girl max., 15 girl min.   Girls participate in both sessions. Session 4: June 25-26 Additional Information: Each girl must Code: 4-OCIW  Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday 4 p.m.  be accompanied by an adult, either a Cost: $10 per girl parent or a troop leader. Families welcome, Code: 4-OLHM Reservation Deadline: May 23  Cost: $50 per girl  Capacity: 5 girl max., 2 girl min. all family members attending must register. No walk-ins or additional non-paid visitors. Reservation Deadline: June 1   Additional Information: Must have Dresses not required. Cost includes Fron- Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. attended the Pioneers, Petticoats and the tier Fun Try-It. Prairie program or worked as a museum  Additional Information: Adult volunteers  needed, must have Site Volunteer Training. LIT at any of the past summer programs.  Participants must be in time-period clothing  Girl participants must be in time-period approved by the Girl Scout costume clothing.  coordinator. Cost includes Thursday supper,  Friday meals, snacks, crafts, activities and  Girl Scouts at Old Cowtown Patch.   = New Program 16
    • Pioneers, Petticoats, Session 6: Advanced Victorian  Tuesday through Frday, July 7-10  and the Prairie 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lifestyles CSA J  Code: 706  This session is designed especially for teens, Cost: $75 per girl As a Victorian girl you will do advanced for those who have never experienced Girl  Reservation Deadline: June 19  time-period crafts, cooking projects, play Scout Cowtown programs or those who love Capacity: 48 girl max., 12 girl min.; Victorian parlor games, social events, coming back year after year. Complete an  2 adults per 12 girls  chores, advanced dancing, etiquette and advanced time-period craft, make a Victorian elocution. Girls will also earn the Our hat and hat pin, and practice dances and social  Additional Information: Adult volunteers  Council’s Own Prairie Pioneers Badge. graces from the 1870’s. Learn what it takes needed, must have Site Volunteer Training. Girl and adult participants must be in Session 2: to be a schoolmarm and bake in the wood   Tuesday through Friday, June 9-12 burning stove. time-period clothing. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.   Session 7: Tuesday through Friday, July 14-17 Victorian Lifestyles Session 3: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  J  Tuesday through Friday, June 16-19 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Code: 705  Become a Victorian girl during this program.  Make Victorian-era crafts, do needlework, Code: Cost: $75 per girl Session 2: 702-2 Reservation Deadline: June 26  play games with 1870’s toys, sample pioneer  cooking, perform daily chores, and learn Session 3: 702-3 Capacity: 36 girl max., 12 girl min.; Cost: $70 per girl 2 adults per 12 girls  etiquette and elocution. Girls will also earn  the Our Council’s Own Prairie Pioneers Badge. Reservation Deadline: May 29 Additional Information: Adult volunteers Capacity: 36 girl max., 12 girl min.;  Session 2: Tuesday through Friday, June 9-12  2 adults per 12 girls needed, must have Site Volunteer Training. Cost includes Women of the Frontier Interest Session 3: Tuesday through Friday, June 16-19 Badge. Girl and adult participants must be in  9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed, must have Site Volunteer Training. time-period clothing. Code:   Girl and adult participants must be in time Session 2: 701-2 period clothing. Cost includes Junior Sunflower Society  Session 3: 701-3  Prairie Pioneers Girl Scout Badge. Cadette-Sixth grade only Cost: $70 per girl Reservation Deadline: May 31 Live the Victorian life during your time at Old   Capacity: 36 girl max., 12 girl min.; Cowtown. Learn how to do calligraphy, make 2 adults per 12 girls pressed flowers, advanced stitching, quilting   and 1870’s style cooking. Enjoy a Victorian Additional Information: Adult volunteers luncheon, “high” tea and a birthday party  needed, must have Site Volunteer Training.  where you will exchange birthday gifts that Girl and adult participants must be in you have crafted.  time-period clothing.  17
    • Starwoods Outdoor Center 7800 S. 103rd St. W., Clearwater , This 160 acre camp 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 sports trails. Additional Information: Cost includes summer opportunity patch or program specific patch and Starwoods drinking cup. For questions about Starwoods Outdoor Center or programs taking place at this facility, contact Melissa Loibl (888) 472-3683 or (620) 545-8310. Starwoods Outdoor Center became an ACA accredited site Oct. 18, 2005. This “stamp of approval” by the American Camping Association means that the activities offered year round offer a solid foundation of health, safety and program quality standards. These standards were established by experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, the camping industry and other youth service agencies to assure that current practices at the site reflect the most up-to-date, research based standards in site operation. 18
    • Blast from the Past Brownie Beach Boogie Buddy Bash J B B Blast through the past starting in the Wild Come dressed for the most rockin’ Spending time with your special Girl Scout West. Walk the Chisholm Trail and enjoy a Hawaiian luau Starwoods has to offer. buddy is easy this summer at Starwoods chuckwagon lunch surrounded by covered Swim, play beach games, build sand castles, Outdoor Center. All you have to do is get wagons. Wear your poodle skirts on Tuesday make your own lei, and end the day with with your buddy and register to attend this and explore the wonderful world of a dance party and ice cream sundaes in camp together. Sleep over in Lily’s Pad unit Dr. Theodore Seuss Geisel and his contributions the lodge. Luau themed activities will be house, make a special craft, play in the water to the WWII efforts. We’ll wrap up our tour conducted indoors if the weather does not and on the beach, and visit the Starwoods through time with a totally rad 1980’s dance cooperate. Science & Nature Center. party. Session 3: Thursday, June 18 Session 3: June 15-16 Session 7: July 13-16 Session 6: Thursday, July 9 Session 3: June 17-18 Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Session 7: Thursday, July 16 Session 6: July 6-7 Wednesday, 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Session 6: July 8-9 Monday 6 p.m. through Tuesday 4 p.m. or Code: 4-BPJ Code: Wednesday 6 p.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Cost: $115 per girl Session 3: 4-BBA Includes: Daily snacks, Monday lunch, Session 6: 4-BBB Code: Wednesday dinner, Thursday breakfast and Session 7: 4-BBC Session 3: 4-BB3A lunch Cost: $40 per girl Session 3: 4-BB3B Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Includes: Snack Session 6: 4-BB6A Capacity: 80 girl max., 40 girl min. Session 6: 4-BB6B Additional Information: Cost: $65 per girl – Staff Provided Additional Information: Includes: Evening snack, breakfast, lunch, – Individual Participation – Girls must register with an adult and afternoon snack – Troops Invited Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Additional Information: – Staff Provided – Individual Participation  = New Program 19
    • Camp Cook Session 6: July 8-10 Camping with My Guy C Wednesday 6 p.m. through Friday Noon DBJC Prepare to get creative in the kitchen. Code: 4-CSI Sleep in a tipi, covered wagon, platform Explore indoor and outdoor cooking Cost: $80 per girl tent, bunkhouse, or your own tent methods, meal planning and preparation Includes: Thursday breakfast, lunch, and with your dad. We’ve got lots of special are certainly on the menu, but so is grocery dinner and Friday breakfast activities planned for just the two of you. shopping. As part of your grocery shopping Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Do a special craft, “fly” airplane simulators, excursion you will have the opportunity take a twilight pedal boat ride, swim, play Additional Information: to visit a local farmer’s market. If eating is glow-in-the-dark air golf, take a night hike, – Staff Provided what you like to do then this is the camp make a campfire, and eat s’mores. – Individual Participation for you. Session 3: June 19-21 Session 1: June 1-3 Session 6: July 6-8 Campbots Friday 6 p.m. through Sunday 10 a.m. JC Code: 902 Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 4 p.m. Wish you had a robot to do the dishes for Cost: $75 per pair, $20 for each Code: additional girl you or take out the trash? Join us for this Session 1: 4-CCC1 Includes: Saturday breakfast, lunch, fun hands-on camp where you will work Session 6: 4-CCC6 dinner, Sunday breakfast and s’mores in teams to design, build, program and Cost: $115 per girl Capacity: 60 girl and adult pairs max., test LEGO robots! Teams will put their Includes: All meals and snacks 30 girl and adult pairs min. robot building skills to the test racing their Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. Campbots against other teams’ robotic Additional Information: Accompanying Additional Information: Bring three creations. adults must be at least 21 years old. favorite recipes from home. Session 1: June 1-3 Fishing available, bring your own gear and – Staff Provided Session 6: July 6-8 bait. No license needed. Indicate sleeping – Individual Participation Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 4 p.m. unit preference when registering. CSI: Camp Site Code: Session 1: 4-CB1 Investigator Session 6: 4-CB6 J Cost: $115 per girl Where has the camp director gone? It Includes: Daily snacks; Monday dinner; is up to you to find her; the fate of the Tuesday breakfast, lunch and dinner; camp is in your hands. Learn how to cast Wednesday breakfast and lunch impressions, use a centrifuge, and create Capacity: 24 girl max., 12 girl min. slides for viewing through microscopes. Additional Information: Experience other not-so-mysterious – Staff Provided adventures Starwoods has to offer like – Individual Participation swimming, crafting and campfires.  = New Program 20
    • Campology Clay Creations Dancin’ Divas JC J DB Camp for real; camp like a girl. Spend your For all of you budding artists, this camp is You got to move it, move it…on over to time “lost” on the “other” side of the lake just for you. Pour slip into ceramic molds, Starwoods, Starwoods. During this day of learning about fire building, outdoor living, learn how to load and fire a kiln, paint fired dancin’, we’ll work on the Dancercize Try-It, knot tying and crafting. There will be plenty pieces, and fashion one-of-a-kind beads and make a craft, and have plenty of fun. of time to play in and on the water. Canoe, other creations from clay. pedal boat and a take twilight swim. Session 7: Monday, July 13 Session 7: July 13-14 Session 7: Tuesday, July 14 Juniors: Monday 9 a.m. through Tuesday 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Session 1: June 1-3 Session 6: July 6-8 Code: 243-J Code: Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 4 p.m. Cost: $90 per girl Session 7: Monday 4-DDBM Cadettes: Includes: Daily snack, Monday dinner, Session 7: Tuesday 4-DDBT Session 2: June 8-11 Tuesday breakfast and lunch Cost: $40 per girl Session 4: June 22-25 Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. Includes: Snack Monday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Capacity: 40 girl max., 20 girl min. Additional Information: Code: – Individual Participation Additional Information: Session 1: Junior: 4-JC1 – Staff Provided – Individual Participation Session 6: Junior: 4-JC6 – Staff Provided Session 2: Cadette: 4-CC2 – Troops Invited Session 4: Cadette: 4-CC4 Cost: Juniors: $115 per girl Cadettes: $135 per girl Includes: Daily snacks, all meals except for Monday breakfast and lunch Capacity: Juniors: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Cadettes: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. Additional Information: Juniors will sleep in platform tents. Cadettes will pitch tents to sleep in. – Staff Provided – Individual Participation  = New Program 21
    • Day Away Camp F lower Power Get F ired Up B D C Our fun, well-trained staff is awaiting your Amazing Daisy and her friends, the Garden Sure, you’ll get the chance to work with arrival, ready to help you a have safe and Girls, have a fun day planned for you and clay, but there are lots of other cool fun summer camp experience while you your leaders exploring Starwoods Outdoor things you can make with a kiln as well. In hike, explore science and nature, make Center. Enjoy playing in the water when addition to learning about ceramics and crafts, swim, and go boating. Camp out it gets hot. In addition to cooling off at how to load and fire a kiln, you’ll get to Thursday night and cook your own dinner our waterfront, you are sure to have fun fuse glass and make other “uniquely you” over a campfire. Later in the evening crafting, exploring nature and making creations during your stay. everyone will meet up for an all-camp friends. campfire, skits and s’mores. Session 7: July 15-16 Session 1: Thursday, June 4 Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Session 2: June 8-12 Session 2: Monday, June 8 Session 4: June 22-26 Session 2: Tuesday, June 9 Code: 243-C Monday through Wednesday Session 3: Monday, June 22 Cost: $90 per girl 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Session 3: Tuesday, June 23 Includes: Daily snack, Wednesday dinner, Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Session 7: Wednesday, July 15 Thursday breakfast and lunch 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. Code: Session 2: 4-DAC2 Code: Additional Information: Session 4: 4-DAC4 Session 1: Thursday: 4-FP1 – Individual Participation Cost: $120 per girl Session 2: Monday: 4-FP2M – Staff Provided Includes: Daily snacks, Thursday dinner Session 2: Tuesday: 4-FP2T and Friday breakfast Session 3: Monday: 4-FP3M In Charge Capacity: 36 girl max., 18 girl min. Session 3: Tuesday: 4-FP3T B Session 7: Wednesday: 4-FP7W Additional Information: You know best what it is you want to do Cost: $40 per girl – No Adults Required at camp, so we’re going to let you be Includes: Snack – Individual Participation in charge. You and the rest of your “In Capacity: 60 girl max., 20 girl min. Charge” Unit will spend the first morning Additional Information: at camp deciding which fun activities you – Adults Required will participate in as a group. There is so – Troops Invited much to choose from, you are sure to find – Individual girl registrations accompanied yourself wishing you had more time. by adult welcome Session 3: June 15-18 Session 6: July 6-9 Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. (continued)  = New Program 22
    • Code: N ight Owls Pampered Camper Session 3: 4-BIN3 J B Session 6: 4-BIN6 Cost: $115 per girl Are you nocturnal? Do you admire the Spring Creek Inn will be the perfect place Includes: Wednesday night snack, beauty of the night sky? If so, then join to spend the night hanging out with other Thursday breakfast, lunch, and snack other girls just like you for this nighttime Brownies and working on Try-Its from the Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. adventure and perch yourselves at Sandee “Taking Care of Yourself ” section of your Point. You’ll have the opportunity for a Try-It book. During your second day at Additional Information: twilight swim, telescope viewing, “magical” Starwoods you will have the opportunity to – Staff Provided night hike, and to get up-close and swim, visit our craft barn, and play at the – Individual Participation personal with other nocturnal creatures. Sports Pavilion. Memory Magic Session 1: June 3-4 Session 2: June 8-9 BJ Wednesday 6 p.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Session 2: June 10-11 Session 4: June 22-23 The magic of memories is what this camp is Code: 515 Session 4: June 24-25 all about. While you’re sure to make lots of Cost: $65 per girl Monday 6 p.m. through Tuesday 4 p.m. enduring camp memories, you’ll learn about Includes: Wednesday night snack, or Wednesday 6 p.m. through preserving them as well. We’ll get crafty and Thursday breakfast, lunch and snack Thursday 4 p.m. learn some new and unique scrapbooking Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. techniques, how to make a French memo Code: Additional Information: Session 2: June 8-9: 4-PC2A board, and other fun memory keepers for – Staff Provided Session 2: June 10-11: 4-PC2B your room. – Individual Participation Session 4: June 22-23: 4-PC4A Brownies: Session 4: June 24-25: 4-PC4B Session 6: Monday and Tuesday, July 6-7 Cost: $65 per girl 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Includes: Snacks, breakfast and lunch Juniors: Capacity: 18 girl max., 10 girl min. Session 6: Wednesday and Thursday, July 8-9 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Additional Information: – Staff Provided Code: – Individual Participation Session 6: Brownies: 4-MMB6 Session 6: Juniors: 4-MMJ6 Cost: $75 per girl Includes: Scrapbooking supplies, daily snacks Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. Additional Information: Bring 10-15 photos from home – Staff Provided – Individual Participation  = New Program 23
    • Pedals & Paddles Scentsational Session 3: J BJ Wednesday and Thursday, June 17-18 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Spend the week pedaling and paddling Enjoy the comfort of Spring Creek Inn while your way around the camp. Campers will crafting to your heart’s content. Learn Code: 261 be issued a mountain bike on day one of how to make your own designer soaps, Cost: $75 per girl camp. After completing a bicycle safety bath salts, lip gloss, candles, and other fun Includes: Daily snacks workshop you will head to your outpost decorations for your room. Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. at Sandee Point. You will be on the move: Additional Information: canoeing; pedal boating; mountain biking; Brownies Session 1: – Staff Provided swimming; crafting toys and playing at the – Individual Participation Sports Pavilion. Monday and Tuesday, June 15-16 Juniors Session 2: June 8-12 Session 1: Sew What Session 4: June 22-26 Wednesday and Thursday, June 17-18 J Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily During Sew What, the Craft Barn at Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Code: Starwoods will be a magical place where you Session 1: Brownies: 4-238B are transformed into a super sewer as you Code: Session 1: Juniors: 4-238J learn the skills necessary to make sewing Session 2: 4-PPJ2 Cost: $75 per girl machines hum. Learn about the mechanics Session 4: 4-PPJ4 Includes: Daily snacks of sewing machines, the sewing process, and Cost: $120 per girl Capacity: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. make some really cool stuff to take home. Includes: Daily snacks, Thursday dinner and Friday breakfast Additional Information: Session 3: Monday and Tuesday, June 15-16 Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. – Staff Provided 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily – Individual Participation Additional Information: Code: 239 – Staff Provided Cost: $75 per girl – Individual Participation Sew Glam Includes: Daily snacks C Capacity: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. You are so glam, so come learn some Additional Information: great techniques for making your clothes – Staff Provided and accessories glam too. Bring an old – Individual Participation pair of jeans and prepare to unleash your creativity upon them. We’ll provide the embellishments and who knows what you’ll end up with. One thing is for sure; whatever you create will be “sew” glam.  = New Program 24
    • She & Me Super Sleepover Space Cadettes Splash Zone DB C BJ Bring your sleeping bags, air mattress, pillows, Do you know how old you are on Neptune Sandee Point will be your home away and stuffed animals for a fun night with your or how much you weigh on Pluto or what from home during your stay, but plan to special adult “she.” Challenge her to “Dance it would take to get to Mars? To find out, spend most of your time at the Waterfront. Dance Revolution,” take a twilight hike, join meet up with your fellow Space Cadettes Bring plenty of sun block and prepare to have in a game of BINGO, and visit the Craft Barn to at Sandee Point Space Station on Planet a wet and wild time swimming, pedal make a special matching craft. After enjoying Starwoods to explore the answers to boating, playing water games, and tie-dying. songs by the campfire and s’mores, we will these and many other questions about our head to the lodge for a late night dance party Brownies universe. Go on lots of missions and enjoy and movie. Session 6: July 6-8 twilight swimming, telescope viewing, and Monday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., glow-in-the-dark air golf. Session 1: June 5-6 Tuesday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 4 p.m. Friday 6 p.m. through Saturday 9 a.m. Session 6: July 8-10 Juniors Wednesday 6 p.m. through Friday Noon Session 3: June 15-18 Code: 242 Session 7: July 13-16 Session 7: July 14-16 Cost: $45 per pair, $15 for each additional girl Monday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Tuesday 6 p.m. through Thursday Noon Includes: S’mores and a light breakfast Capacity: 60 girl/adult pairs max., Code: Code: 30 girl/adult pairs min. Session 6: 4-CSC6 Session 6: Brownies: 4-230B Session 7: 4-CSC7 Session 3: Juniors: 4-2303 Additional Information: Accompanying adults Session 7: Juniors: 4-2307 Cost: $ 80 per girl must be at least 21 years old. Cost: Includes: Daily snacks; Thursday breakfast, lunch and dinner; Friday breakfast Brownies: $105 per girl Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Juniors: $135 per girl Includes: Additional Information: Brownies: Daily snacks, Tuesday dinner, – Staff Provided Wednesday breakfast and lunch – Individual Participation Juniors: Daily snacks; Monday dinner; Tuesday and Wednesday breakfast, lunch and dinner; Thursday breakfast and lunch Capacity: Brownies: 12 girl max., 6 girl min. Juniors: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Additional Information: Juniors will participate in canoeing activities. Indicate shirt size when registering. – Staff Provided – Individual Participation  = New Program 25
    • Star Bright Super Troopers BJ BJ Explore your inner starlet. Spend the week So you just can’t imagine going to camp without your best buds, your troop mates? making sets and costumes, practicing Starwoods has the perfect summer camp for you. During Super Trooper camp you will do lines, learning about stage make-up and all of the fun things you’ve come to love about camp like swimming, boating, learning about lighting, singing, dancing, and making new science and nature, hiking, and crafting alongside your best Girl Scout friends. friends. At the end of the week your family and friends will be the audience for your Brownies: Starwoods stage debut. Session 2: June 10-12 Session 4: June 24-26 Session 1: June 1-4 Wednesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Thursday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Juniors: Session 2: June 10-12 Code: 4-SBBJ1 Session 4: June 24-26 Cost: $115 per girl Wednesday 9 a.m. through Friday Noon Includes: Daily snacks, Wednesday dinner, Thursday breakfast and lunch Code: Capacity: Session 2: Brownies: 4-STB2 Brownies: 18 girl max., 9 girl min. Session 4: Brownies: 4-STB4 Juniors: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Session 2: Juniors: 4-STJ2 Session 4: Juniors: 4-STJ4 Additional Information: Cost: – Staff Provided Brownies: $75 per girl – Individual Participation Juniors: $95 per girl Includes: Starwoods or Bust Brownies: Daily snacks, Thursday dinner BJC and Friday breakfast Juniors: Daily snacks; Wednesday dinner; Meet in Salina and ride the bus to Thursday breakfast, lunch and dinner; Starwoods where you’ll spend three and Friday breakfast. days and two nights exploring everything Capacity: 10 troop max., 5 troop min. Starwoods has to offer. Swimming and Additional Information: boating, crafts, hiking, science and nature – Adults Required activities, and campfires are just a few – Must register as a troop of the fun camp activities you’ll get to participate in. For additional information see page 37.  = New Program 26
    • Tails & Scales Take F light B J Some of them are tailed and some of them Starwoods Science and Nature Center will are scaled, then again some of them don’t be your aviation base for adventure. During have tails or scales at all. During this week the day “fly” the computer simulators, build of exploring many animal habitats that make and fly kites, learn how to marshal taxiing up the ecosystem known as Starwoods, there aircraft, predict weather and enjoy lots of will also be crafting, tent camping, pedal boat other fun activities geared at helping you rides, and other waterfront fun. learn the science behind how planes fly. At night you will explore the night sky using Session 1: June 1-4 telescopes and learn about constellations. Session 6: July 13-16 Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Session 3: June 15-17 Wednesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 4 p.m. Monday 9 a.m. through Wednesday 4 p.m. Code: Code: 226 Session 1: 4-TSB1 Cost: $115 per girl Session 6: 4-TSB6 Includes: Daily snacks; Monday dinner; Cost: $115 per girl Tuesday breakfast, lunch and dinner; Includes: Daily snacks, Wednesday dinner, Wednesday breakfast and lunch Thursday breakfast and lunch Capacity: 16 girl max., 8 girl min. Capacity: 18 girl max., 9 girl min. Additional Information: Additional Information: – Staff Provided – Staff Provided – Individual Participation – Individual Participation  = New Program 27
    • Camp Wah-Shah-She, Bartlesville, OK Located on 524 acres, Camp Wah-Shah-She resident camp combines the rustic with the modern in a natural setting. Facilities include the spacious Lodge/Conference Center, three platform tent units and seven Conestoga wagons. A fully-equipped kitchen and dining hall serve up to 250. Recreational opportunities include an archery and rifle range, Olympic-size swimming pool, boating on Lake Higo and the Low and High elements ropes courses. More than 10 miles of hiking and horse trails also are available. Camp Wah-Shah-She is open to all girls who are in grades fourth through 11th as of March 2009. Girls have the opportunity to pick and choose activities based on their needs and interests. At resident camp, girls live in a unit of 10 to 24 campers and share a living space with four to six girls depending on age and program. Resident camp is not a troop activity, it is a summer opportunity. Therefore, no more than two girls from the same troop are assigned to the same hut or tent. Additional Information: There is an additional $25 fee for Girl Scouts who are not members of Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma. This fee is included in the cost. Bus transportation is available. Please see Travel Reservation Form located in the back of this guide. For additional information about the following programs or the facility, contact the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, Bartlesville office at (800) 457-4475. Group Camping – “Core/Family Camp” Leaders and Girl Scout families, would you like to camp without the responsibility of planning, organizing or leading activities? Here’s your chance! You are invited to spend a few days enjoying all that Camp Wah-Shah-She has to offer. When you arrive you can sign up for swimming, boating, archery, fishing, service projects, arts and crafts, low ropes course, hikes, and other activities. You will sleep in platform tents, at the lodge, or set up your own tents in a primitive area. The lodge has bunks with mattresses, modern conveniences and air-conditioning. Please indicate your choice of lodging on the registration form. Meals are provided in the dining hall for those who want to take it easy, or you can bring your own food and cook out some or all of your own meals. Please indicate your choice of meals on the registration form. June 5-7 Event cost: $12 per child, which includes use of the site and facilities, staffing, snacks, and a patch. Adult cost: Free of charge for site and program fee. Meal cost: $5 per person per meal Accommodation cost: $3 per person per night for lodge accommodations $1 per person per night for tent unit/wagon/primitive accommodations 28
    • Action Packed Badge R’s Bubble Up Grades: Sixth through 11 th Grades: Fourth through fifth Grades: Fourth through fifth (Participants MUST be at least 12 years of age) Master your skills as a canoeist, camper Create your own volcano, dance at a Excitement, challenge, action! Have it all while and horseback rider. Try your hand at poolside luau, and make grass skirts for you go spelunking, horseback riding (a trail archery, boating, riding on two trail rides, the party. Spend part of a day at Jenk’s ride), rappelling, and testing yourself on the swimming, hiking, camping and more. Aquarium and possibly spend a night in high elements of a ropes course. You need to Work toward Outdoor Fun, Swimming, the shark tank. Eat your breakfast in the love high places, tight spaces and wide open Horse Rider, Water Fun, Small Craft, and pool or boat and take a polar bear dip. spaces. Be extreme! Wildlife badges. Work on the Bow and Do all this and more at camp’s tropical Arrow, Camp Wah-Shah-She and Outdoor paradise. Session B: June 14-20 Skills level patches. Session A: June 7-13 Cost: $350 per girl Session A: June 7-13 Session C: June 21-27 Capacity: 10 Session C: June 21-27 – Bus transportation available. Cost: $260 Cost: $300 Capacity: 12 Additional Information: Must be in good Capacity: 10 physical condition and feel comfortable in – Bus transportation available. Additional information: Must be enclosed spaces. Must have long pants and comfortable in water. boots/shoes with ½” heels. – Bus transportation available. Beach Bummin’ Grades: Fifth through eighth A Smidgen Bump in the N ight Grades: Fourth through fifth Be bummin’ on the beach as you try your Grades: Fourth through fifth hand at rowing, canoeing, sailing, or sail A little bit of everything is what you’ll get to boarding. Sleep on the beach one night Stay up late one night and take a walk on do. Try out the low elements ropes course, under the stars to the lull of the waves the dark side; swim and play games under bask in the sun at the pool, go boating, cook lapping the shore. Work on the Water the moonlight. Make things that fly, find out over a campfire, try archery, play wild Sports Interest Project Award. Snorkel constellations and learn their stories. See games and more. You get to help plan most and spend a day at Big Splash in Tulsa. the moon through camp’s high-powered of what you’ll do. Explore camp with this telescope. Find out what goes bump in the Session B: June 14-20 sampler session. Possibly earn your Outdoor night. Session C: June 21-27 Surroundings Badge. Session B: June 17-20 Cost: $260 Session A: June 7-13 Capacity: 12 Cost: $145 Session C: June 21-27 – Bus transportation available. Capacity: 12 Cost: $210 per girl Additional information: Must be Capacity: 10 comfortable in water and have ability – Bus transportation available. to swim using various strokes. 29
    • Cowgirl Ways F lip and Dip Freak Factor Grades: Fourth through sixth Grades: Fifth through eighth Grades: Fifth through eighth Join Pete and Re-Pete in a “wild and Ahoy Mateys! Try out camp’s kayaks. Conquer some of your wildest fears. wooly” western way session. Trail rides Try an Eskimo Roll and cruise the lake. Indulge in some totally gross experiments. and Dutch-oven cooking await you. Run the rigging on one of camp’s sailboats Create nerve-wracking adventures. Touch Practice your roping and branding skills. and/or sailboards. Say hello to others with nasty, slimy, disgusting objects. Taste Visit Woolaroc’s preserve to earn your the Canoer’s Salute. Work on small craft things people normally wouldn’t dream of patch and enjoy making western crafts, related badges and interest project patches. putting in their mouths. Awaken all your fun and games. senses in this wild and crazy freak factor! Session A: June 7-13 Session A: June 7-13 Session A: June 7-13 Cost: $210 Cost: $265 Capacity: 10 Cost: $225 Capacity: 12 – Bus transportation available. Capacity: 12 – Bus transportation available. – Bus transportation available. Forensic Fever Diagon Alley Grades: Sixth through 11th Get Gakked Grades: Fourth through fifth Grades: Fourth through fifth Explore a city crime lab to examine DNA, Work with Professor Snape to create find out how to fingerprint and other Fling your very own gak yak, compete in magical potions and disappearing ink. pathological wonders. Learn how to process Nickelodeon style challenges, and make Eat chocolate frogs, slay a dragon, and a crime scene, use methods of reasoning, erupting color bubbles. Instead of a play Quidditch. Enter a world of mystical and solve various mysteries. You’ll be doin’ waterslide, have a slime slide! Get gas out explorations and magical creations. Don’t time finding the missing link while serving of a can of pop, find out the fastest way to miss it! as a WSS PI. dissolve candy, and learn magic writing. Session B: June 14-20 Session C: June 21-27 Session D: June 28-July 1 Cost: $220 Cost: $300 Cost: $155 Capacity: 10 Capacity: 10 Capacity: 10 – Bus transportation available. – Bus transportation available.  = New Program 30
    • Little Bits Grades: Kindergarten through fourth This special one-day program will introduce our youngest campers to Camp Wah-Shah-She. Swim, create crafts and nature projects, sing and experience camp life at just the right pace! Session A: June 11 Glam and Glitter Hannah Bobana Session C: June 23 Grades: Fourth through fifth Grade: Fourth 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feel like a princess, look like a princess, dress Sing your heart out as you rock the camp. Cost: $20 per girl, adults $5 for lunch like a princess. Bring your dress-up clothes Decide which dance steps to use as you jam Capacity: 25 (shoes, jewelry, gloves and hats), and prepare the time away. Get the whole camp up and Additional information: Parents are for the fashion show of the summer. Stay in the on its feet as you party and live it up. You’ll welcome. Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland lodge, sleep late, do your nails and hair. You’ll have time for other camp fun too. requires Girl Scout Daisies have a parent do facials and dress up every day as you live Session B: June 14-17 accompany them on an out-of-council day like princesses. Watch Princess Diaries I and II Session C: June 24-27 trip. Cost includes lunch, t-shirt for girl, and become royalty for this spectacular session patch and program materials. of fantasy and fun. Cost: $155 Session D: June 28-July 1 Capacity: 12 Mississippi Muddin’ Cost: $165 Grade: Fourth through sixth Capacity: 24 Inching & Pinching Grades: Fifth through seventh Bring your overalls and return to the lazy days of summer with ole’ Huck Finn. Build Globe Trotting Get back to basics as you try your hand a raft, drop a fishing line, swing on a rope, Grades: Fourth through sixth at cooking and sewing. Make a lap quilt and play a prank. Explore camp for any lost among other useful things. Cook up a caves, take a picnic, bob for apples and Good day mates! Pack your suitcase and travel storm that takes you from hors d’oeuvres create a mud pie. the globe for a week of world fun. Travel to to dessert and competes with Rachel Ray. Mexico, Africa, China and Australia. Play your You’ll get to participate in regular camp Session A: June 7-10 dijeridoo, wear your sari, eat egg drop soup activities too. Make it and bake it during Session D: June 28-July 1 and break a piñata. ¡Hasta la vista! these best of times. Cost: $150 Session B: June 14-20 Session B: June 14-20 Capacity: 12 Cost: $225 Cost: $245 Capacity: 12 Capacity: 12 – Bus transportation available. – Bus transportation available.  = New Program 31
    • Okie Karaoke Pampered Camper Pirate’s Pizzazz Grades: Fourth through seventh Grades: Fifth through eighth Grades: Fourth through sixth Rock the camp as you prove that “America’s Fashionably fun and fabulously fancy. Learn Yo ho, yo ho, it’s a pirate’s life for you. Got Talent” right here. Design your the latest tips on hairstyles, what colors Run the rigging and set sail in one of choreography and step it up. Explore look best on you, and all about fashion. camp’s boats. Explore aquatic life, tie rock, rap, country, and any kind of music Get creative with your cooking and make a fisherman’s knot, and solve clues to that rocks your socks. You’ll have time for animals out of food. Learn which fork and find hidden treasures. On your quest for regular camp activities like swimming, spoon to use at a fancy meal. Go out in style treasure perfect your map reading skills, boating and other fun that you help plan. after spending a week in the lodge being use tricky trail signs, and play compass a pampered camper. Work on earning the games. Don’t forget to Never Eat Sour Session D: June 28-July 1 Being My Best, Stress Less and Looking Your Watermelon – arrrgh! Cost: $155 Best related earned recognitions. Session D: June 28-July 1 Capacity: 10 Session C: June 21-27 Cost: $145 Cost: $240 Capacity: 12 Pack Rat Capacity: 20 Grades: Sixth through 11th – Bus transportation available. Explore some of camp’s many miles of trails Showtime Grades: Fourth through seventh and look for hidden treasures. Cross creeks Picture Perfect and view the buffalo at Woolaroc from up Grades: Fourth through fifth Make your performance debut in a Camp on the ridge. Possibly spend a night on Wah-Shah-She production. Design your the trail in the far outback of camp. Find Learn all about a camera as you take nature, own set, show off your own costume adventure as an outbacker packer. landscape, and action shots. Be a shutter creations, sing, dance, and give us a great bug as you learn to develop your own film performance. Plus a trip to Discoveryland, Session D: June 28-July 1 too. Create a story using your pictures as to see a live performance with a chuck- Cost: $165 illustrations for your very own children’s wagon dinner and backstage tour. The Capacity: 10 book. Earn the Camera Shots badge while spotlight is on you! Work on multiple you try other camp activities during your badges or interest project patches. stay. Session B: June 14-20 Session C: June 21-24 Cost: $270 Cost: $165 Capacity: 10 Capacity: 12 – Bus transportation available.  = New Program 32
    • Sleuth Squad Twilight Zone Wet and Wild Grades: Fourth through sixth Grades: Fifth through eighth Grades: Fourth through sixth Was it Miss Marple in the library with the Take a walk on the dark side as you Slip and slide into our junior-Olympic size candlestick or was it your tent mate with a swim and play games by moonlight. Find pool, have a water carnival, play water flashlight on the trail? It’s a mystery you’ll constellations and learn their stories. See games, and go creek stomping. Take polar want to solve. You’ll be fingerprinted and the moon craters through camp’s bear swims, moonlight dips, have a floating learn how to collect evidence. Come find out high-powered telescope. Some nights you’ll meal or splish and splash at Little Man “Who Dunnit” as you work on some of the actually try to stay up all night and sleep in Falls. From rowing races across Lake Higo requirements for the Creative Solutions and the lodge by day. Venture into town to see to flippin’ a canoe, this is sure to be a boat Science Sleuth badges! what goes on in the still of the night, and bingin’ best time. This session is absolutely sleep under the stars. splashing! Session D: June 28-July 1 Session A: June 7-13 Session A: June 7-13 Cost: $165 Session C: June 21-27 Capacity: 10 Cost: $245 Capacity: 20 Cost: $210 – Bus transportation available. Capacity: 10 Treasure Trek – Bus transportation available. Grades: Fourth through seventh Wander Wonder If you’re an Indiana Jones fan, you’ll love this Grades: Sixth through ninth Whales Tales action-packed session! Try your hand with Grade: Fourth map and compass on your quest for hidden Go wild exploring bad hair days, figuring treasure. Race through obstacle courses and out how something works, cooking up food Check out life under the sea! Get wet all practice target sports like bb guns and archery. that might explode, and more that makes over when you’re swimming, boating and Create things with rope, leather, and try code you say “why in the world?!” If you’re creek stomping. Learn about water safety deciphering for clues. All this and more! brave enough, curious enough, or just too. Create your own water slide and work crazy enough – come join us for this fun on your water related Try-Its or badges. It’s Session B: June 14-20 and intriguing session. cool for you when you’re at the pool! Cost: $215 Session C: June 21-27 Session D: June 28-July 1 Capacity: 10 – Bus transportation available. Cost: $240 Cost: $145 Capacity: 12 Capacity: 12 – Bus transportation available. Additional information: Must be comfortable in water.  = New Program 33
    • Wonka Willies Bluestem Leadership Projects at Wah-Shah-She Grades: Fifth through eighth The Leadership Projects are designed to help you improve personal leadership skills and learn Give Wonka a run for his money as you about child development. Through the various projects you will learn leadership basics and create your own edibles and inventions. learn about camp program delivery and camp operations. These opportunities can lead to Make chocolate suckers, foaming candy, and provide employment as camp staff and potential college scholarships. special dog treats, or turn vegetables into flowers. Explore how to change colors Counselor-in-Training (C.I.T.) in things, create certain smells, or make A C.I.T. (must be in eighth through 11th grade) participates in a successful leadership objects gravitate. Visit a research center program directed toward her future in camp counseling, teaching, or other human resources and lab or talk with someone who works field. Camp Wah-Shah-She is proud to offer this program and looks forward to working at one or the other to learn about other with experienced campers. Based upon the resources of GSUSA, the Leadership Project is inventions. All this and more as you completed over a two summer period. It offers experience in staff responsibilities, program work on multiple interest project patch goals, contemporary issues, leadership styles, child development, group dynamics, and requirements. conflict resolution. This experience is expanded upon during the second summer through skill specialization, safety practices, and actually leading activities. Session B: June 14-20 The C.I.T. II project will feature specialized training in rowing, canoeing, sailing, low Cost: $225 ropes course instruction, small craft safety, pool safety and archery for assistant instructor Capacity: 12 certification. Along the way there will be lots of camp memories, laughs, beautiful campfires, – Bus transportation available. and life-long friendships. As a further progression, C.I.T.’s who successfully complete the program may apply to work at the camp as an Apprentice Counselor. Grades: C.I.T. I: Eighth through 11th C.I.T. II: Ninth through 11th Dates: Sessions A-C: June 7-27 C.I.T.’s will go home June 13 & 20 unless prior arrangements are made. Fees: C.I.T. I or II: $375 for full course $25 per weekend if staying at camp: June 13-14 or June 20-21. Prerequisites: Program Aide Training, Camp Aide Training, or special permission. Campers must submit a camp registration form, followed later by a completed C.I.T. application and three references from adults who are not relatives. 34
    • Apprentice Counselor Positions A girl who has completed either her C.I.T. I or C.I.T. II leadership project and is 16 or older may apply for a paid position as an Apprentice Counselor. A person in this position supervises campers and assists in the implementation of camp program. This may include taking campers hiking, boating, swimming, horseback riding, shooting, archery, creek-stomping, and other typical camp activities. It may also include off-site touring units. Employment is contingent upon skills, readiness, camp hiring practices, camp needs and state laws. Contact Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to request an application packet. Adults Make Resident Camp Happen Work at Resident Camp! It’s rewarding, it’s fun, and it’s a chance to find adventure, explore and meet new friends! There are many positions, but the most popular is unit staff. You will work with other staff to lead activities for a group of approximately 10-24 girls. Drivers, lifeguards, cooks, specialty personnel and nurses are always welcome. Pre-Camp Training: The success of Resident Camp depends on a prepared and responsible staff. Training is provided. – May 27 through June 4 for full-seasonal staff – Contact Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma for part-seasonal staff positions The training session includes Camp Wah-Shah-She information, emergency procedures, basic camp skills, and resident camp procedures. Training also covers specific activity training for full-seasonal staff. Part-seasonal staff is required to participate in the shorter training period and are welcome to attend the full pre-camp training. Contact Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to request an application packet. 35
    • Central Kansas – Salina Region For additional information about the following programs contact Vesa Cunningham at (800) 888-0872 or (785) 827-3679. Big Brownie Bus Trip Girl T ime Junior Bus Trip B DBJC J Bring a friend and take a trip like no Spend a summer evening with mom (or a Enjoy the experience of the Crown other. Come to the only place that can female adult) doing wacky games, making Uptown Dinner Theatre’s production promise you the moon and the stars. and eating healthy snacks, giving kitchen of “Pinocchio,” the classic musical comedy Enjoy an out-of-this world experience as cabinet facials and completing crafts. telling of the marionette who wants to you explore the Hutchinson Cosmosphere be a real boy. Then spend time relaxing Salina at the McPherson Water Park in the in the morning and relax at the McPherson Church of the Cross, afternoon. Water Park in the afternoon. 1600 Rush Street Wednesday, June 3 Monday, June 1 Friday, July 10 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Great Bend Code: 2-BBBT First United Methodist Church, Code: 2-JBT Where: Depart and return from the 2123 Forest Ave Where: Depart and return from the Dieckhoff Girl Scout Center, Monday, June 15 Dieckhoff Girl Scout Center, 1550 S. Broadway, Salina 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 1550 S. Broadway, Salina – Hutchinson Cosmosphere – Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre, Wichita – McPherson Water Park Code: – McPherson Water Park Cost: $30 per girl ($15 non-refundable) Salina: 2-GTS Cost: $30 per girl ($15 non-refundable) Reservation Deadline: May 18 Great Bend: 2-GTGB Reservation Deadline: June 15 Capacity: 70 girl max., 20 girl min. Cost: $15 per couple, $5 for each Capacity: 50 girl max., 10 girl min. additional girl Additional Information: Cost includes Reservation Deadline: May 18 Additional Information: Cost includes transportation, snack, lunch, supper and Capacity: 25 couple max., 10 couple min. transportation, lunch, supper and admission fees. admission fees. Additional Information: Cost includes snack, craft, facials, activities and patch.  = New Program 36
    • Starwoods or Bust Summer Fun Overnight BJC Adventure Meet in Salina and ride the bus to BJC Starwoods where you’ll spend three days Do you enjoy being outside and camping and two nights exploring everything too? Then light the fuses on summer with Starwoods has to offer. Swimming and this overnight adventure! The day will be boating, crafts, hiking, science and nature filled with hiking, crafts, cooking, adventure activities, and campfires are just a few and more. If that’s not enough fun for you, of the fun camp activities you’ll get to how about learning basic camping skills participate in. and having a traditional campfire? Session 5: June 30-July 2 Salina Tuesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 6 p.m. June 5-6 Code: 4-SB5 Friday 6 p.m. through Saturday 5 p.m. Cost: $150 per girl Webster Conference Center, 2601 N. Ohio Smoky Hill River Festival Includes: Transportation to and from Code: 2-SFSA Starwoods, daily snacks, all meals except Face Painting Monday breakfast and lunch Cost: $45 per girl CSA Reservation Deadline: May 18 Capacity: Capacity: 50 girl max., 20 girl min. It’s that fun and exciting time again for the Brownies: 20 girl max., 12 girl min. Smoky Hill River Festival! We are facilitating Juniors: 20 girl max., 12 girl min. Great Bend the face painting booth and you are invited to Cadettes: 12 girl max., 8 girl min. June 25-26 come and be a part of the festival fun. Each Friday 1 p.m. through Saturday 9 a.m. Additional Information: shift is two hours, work one shift or more. All Location TBA – Staff Provided those assisting with the booth will be allowed – Individual Participation Code: 2-SFGB free admission to the festival for the day. Cost: $25 per girl June 12-14 Reservation Deadline: June 8 Friday and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Capacity: 50 girl max., 15 girl min. Sunday Noon to 5:30 p.m. Additional Information: Confirmation Code: 2-SHFP will be sent with more detail upon making Where: Oakdale Park, 730 Oakdale Park, Salina reservations. Cost includes program Reservation Deadline: May 11 activities, snacks, breakfast, dinner and overnight accommodations. Additional Information: Confirmation will be sent with more detail upon making reservations.  = New Program 37
    • Day Camps DBJ Come enjoy the world of Eric Carle as you take an adventure through some of his popular books. Additional Information: Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m.; pick-up is from 4:30 to 5 p.m. at the swimming pool. You will need to bring: disposable sack lunch; sunscreen; swimming suit; towel; shoes and socks. Cost includes snacks, supplies, craft projects and swimming. I See a Song The Mixed-up Chameleon For this magical adventure you will use your own visual and Find out what happens when a bored chameleon wishes to be more musical imagination and creativity. Create art projects, musical like other animals while discovering about self. Just like the mixed-up instruments and an item from “On the Pot.” Finish off the day chameleon learn how important it is to be your unique self. Enjoy the relaxing at the pool. afternoon at the pool. Tuesday, June 23, Monday, June 8, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Code: 2-MUC Code: 2-SAS Where: Brit Spaugh Park, 2000 Main St. Great Bend Where: Oakdale Park, 730 Oakdale Park, Salina Cost: $15 per girl Cost: $15 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 15 Reservation Deadline: June 8 Capacity: 100 girl max., 10 girl min. Capacity: 100 girl max., 10 girl min. Walter the Baker The Grouchy Ladybug Enter the world of “Walter the Baker” as you walk through a lively and Is a ladybug really a lady? Explore how to turn the grouchy colorful retelling of the legend of the pretzel, make your inventions and ladybug into a happy, socially, lovable bug. Learn the pleasures have a day full of tasty treats. Cool off at the pool in the afternoon. to be gained by cheerfulness and good manners during fun games and crafts. Spend the afternoon by the pool. Great Bend Brit Spaugh Park, 2000 Main St. Great Bend Monday, June 29 Tuesday, June 9, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Salina Code: 2-GLS Oakdale Park, 730 Oakdale Park, Salina Where: Oakdale Park, 730 Oakdale Park, Salina Monday, June 22, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost: $15 per girl Code: Great Bend: 2-WBGB, Salina: 2-WGS Reservation Deadline: June 15 Cost: $15 per girl Capacity: 100 girl max., 10 girl min. Reservation Deadline: Great Bend: May 26, Salina: June 8 Capacity: 100 girl max., 10 girl min. 38
    • Older Girl Bus Trip–Oceans of Fun CSA It’s a whole day at Oceans of Fun! We’ll travel by bus to Kansas City where you’ll swim in the morning, have a catered lunch, then splash away the afternoon! We’ll grab supper on the way home. This is cool fun for a hot summer day! Wednesday, June 24 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Code: 2-OOF Where: Depart and return from the Dieckhoff Girl Scout Center, 1550 S. Broadway, Salina Cost: $60 ($15 non-refundable deposit) Includes: Chartered bus, two snacks, lunch, supper and admission fees Capacity: 70 girl max., 20 girl min. 39
    • F lint Hills – Emporia Region For additional information about the following programs contact Linda Jones or Amy Miller at (800) 342-4532 or (620) 342-4532. Dad Daughter Bowling Dad Daughter Discovering the DBJCSA F ish and Hike Colors of Chemistry STRIKE up some fun and challenge your DBJCSA JC dad to a high score and have a relaxing A special day for you and your dad to hike, Design and tie-dye your own shirt using afternoon together. Take home a keepsake fish or both. Will you or your dad reel in the colors you will discover in this picture of you and your dad. the biggest catch of the day? Who will have chemistry lab. Do you ever wonder where Sunday, July 12 the greatest fishing “tale” to take home? colors originate? How do you look in a lab 2 to 4 p.m. Meander the trails while observing nature’s coat and goggles? Come find out. finest. Code: 3-DDB Saturday, July 25 Where: Flint Hills Lanes, Sunday, June 14 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 1519 W. 6th Ave., Emporia 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Code: 3-COC Cost: $10 per person Code: 3-DDFH Where: Emporia State University Science Hall, Reservation Deadline: July 10 Where: Wolf Creek Nuclear Plant, 1200 Commercial, Emporia Capacity: 70 pair girl max., 30 pair girl min. 1540 Native Road, Burlington Cost: $10 per girl Additional Information: Price includes two Cost: $10 per couple, Reservation Deadline: July 10 hours of unlimited bowling, snacks and a $2.50 for each additional daughter Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. drink. Reservation Deadline: May 29 Capacity: 125 pair max., 50 pair min. Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Shirt orders must be placed by July 10. Additional Information: Bring your bait, Available sizes are YM, AS, AM, AL and AXL. tackle, bug spray and sunscreen. No boats Make sure to park on the west side of the allowed. library off of Mechanic St. and 12th Ave.  = New Program 40
    • Mystery Getaway Paula’s Explosion Sew What? CSA BJ Scrapbooking Get away and experience the mysteries CSA Learn sewing skills and techniques from presented throughout the day. Bring your Sue Bluebaugh of Prairie Pieces Quilt Shop. Scrapbook your favorite memories! Bring creativity, enthusiasm and be ready to explore. Materials provided for a great project you your photos and create an explosive can keep. Wednesday, June 17 scrapbook. Paula has a great selection of 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. stamps and cut outs. Paper, glue and other Brownies: Wednesday, July 22 supplies will be provided. 1 to 3 p.m. Code: 3-MGA Juniors: Tuesday, July 21 Where: Amend Girl Scout Center, Tuesday, July 21 1 to 3 p.m. 1200 Burlingame, Emporia 9 a.m. to Noon Cost: $15 per girl, $5 per adult Code: Code: 3-PSCB Reservation Deadline: May 29 Brownies: 3-SWB Where: Amend Girl Scout Center, Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. Juniors: 3-SWJ 1200 Burlingame, Emporia Where: Prairie Pieces Quilt Shop, Additional Information: Meet at the Amend Cost: $5 per girl 911 Commercial, Emporia Girl Scout Center to depart at 8 a.m. or Reservation Deadline: July 10 Cost: $5 per girl carpool from your area to be in Strong City Capacity: 20 girl max., 5 girl min. Reservation Deadline: July 10 by 8:30 a.m. Everyone will meet at the Pizza Capacity: 8 girl max., 6 girl min. Hut on Highway 50 in Strong City at 8:30 a.m. Road Trip to Savings and depart from there. Non-driving adult fee CSA Additional Information: Basic experience of $5 will be collected on site. No sandals or required for Girl Scout Juniors. flip-flops. Bring a sack lunch and spending Want to know how to afford new clothes, money. games, ring tones and shoes on your budget? Or how about saving money for college? Want to afford life on your own? Come join us for some fun games, earn the “Cashin' In” charm and learn about how to afford the life that you want to live. Thursday, July 16 1 to 4 p.m. Code: 3-RTS Where: Amend Girl Scout Center, 1200 Burlingame, Emporia Cost: $12 per girl Reservation Deadline: July 10 Capacity: 15 girl max., 5 girl min.  = New Program 41
    • Golden Plains – Wichita Region For additional information about the following programs contact Mary Wilson at (888) 472-3683 or (316) 684-6531. Crafty Creations Horses of Course DBJ JCSA If you cannot get enough arts and crafts you should reserve Are you a horse lover? At Singletree Stables you will learn how to your spot now. This program is filled with arts and craft groom your horse, saddle and safely ride Western, English, and bareback. projects of all kinds. A little “craft challenged?” No problem! Singletree staff will match you up with the right horse for your experi- Staff will help bring out the “craftiness” in you. You will be ence level; instructors are present at all times to assist you in improving able to take all projects home with you. your horsemanship. On Friday your parents can watch as you show off what you have learned at a horse show. Daisies: Wednesday, June 3 Brownies: Thursday, June 4 Session 1: June 1-5 Session 5: June 29-July 3 Juniors: Friday, June 5 Session 2: June 8-12 Session 6: July 6-10 Session A: 8 a.m. to Noon Session 3: June 15-19 Session 7: July 13-17 Session B: 1 to 5 p.m. Session 4: June 22-26 Code: Monday through Friday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. daily Daisies: Session A: 320A-D Daisies: Session B: 320B-D Code: Brownies: Session A: 320A-B Session 1: 925-1 Session 5: 925-5 Brownies: Session B: 320B-B Session 2: 925-2 Session 6: 925-6 Juniors: Session A: 320A-J Session 3: 925-3 Session 7: 925-7 Juniors: Session B: 320B-J Session 4: 925-4 Where: Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Where: Singletree Stables, 2100 E. 45th St. North, Wichita Cost: Daisies: $20 per girl, Brownies: $25 per girl, Cost: $170 per girl Juniors: $30 per girl Reservation Deadline: Two weeks prior to first day of program session Reservation Deadline: May 22 Capacity: 10 girl max., 5 girl min. Capacity: Additional Information: Girl must wear jeans and boots with one-inch Daisies: 20 girl max., 10 girl min. heel. Girls will be provided with a horse helmet from Singletree Stables Brownies: 30 girl max., 15 girl min. during their riding session. Cost includes summer patch, riding instruc- Juniors: 40 girl max., 15 girl min. tions and supplies. Additional Information: Program Aides and Volunteer Camp Skills Leaders needed. Cost includes summer patch, activity supplies and a snack. 42
    • Soccer Camp Code: Where: Harvey County West Park, DBJ Brownies and Juniors: 927-B 15835 N.W. 24th, Burrton Cadettes: 927-C Cost: Score! Kick off the summer. Soccer camp is Where: Riverside Tennis Center, Daisies: $50 per girl designed for girls who are interested in 551 Nims, Wichita Brownies: $65 per girl learning soccer as a team sport. Along with Cost: $35 per girl Juniors: $80 per girl AYSO staff and volunteers, girls will be divided Reservation Deadline: July 3 Reservation Deadline: June 5 into two levels: Level 1 for beginners and Level Capacity: 15 girl max., 30 girl min. Capacity: 100 girl max., 25 girl min. 2 for girls with previous soccer skills. Additional Information: Must wear tennis Additional Information: Program Aides June 15-18 shoes (no street shoes), hat and bring a and Camp Skills Leaders needed. Adult Monday through Thursday water bottle. volunteers needed; must have Site Volunteer 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. daily and Outdoor Skills Training completed. Code: 905 Tents & Trails Where: AYSO Soccer field, DBJ Where the Sidewalk Ends 17th and Ridge Rd., Wichita Daisies and second grade Brownies will DB Cost: $45 per girl take a delightful canoe ride, try Brownie Busy during the day? Try this evening camp. Reservation Deadline: May 15 Bows, hike and make crafts. Third grade Everyone needs experience in the outdoors. Capacity: 120 girl max., 50 girl min. Brownies will learn canoeing and archery. This summer program will give the first-time Both second and third grade Brownies will camper just that. You will have a chance Additional Information: Program Aides and experience outdoor cooking and hikes on to be creative, learn teamwork, work on Camp Skills Leaders needed. Cost includes the nature trails. Juniors, as advanced “Try-Its” and build self-confidence while soccer camp t-shirt, shin guards, soccer socks campers, will experience three days and enjoying the great outdoors. and a team photo. two nights full of activities! July 6-9 Daisies: June 22-24 Monday through Thursday Tennis Camp Monday to Wednesday BJC 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. daily Tennis camp is geared for all ages from Brownies: June 22-24 Code: 651 beginners to experienced players that want to Monday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Where: Wichita Girl Scout Center, learn more about the game. At Riverside Tennis Tuesday 9 a.m. through 360 Lexington Rd. Center, you will learn tennis fundamentals as Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Cost: $45 per girl well as proper strokes and techniques from the Juniors: June 24-26 Reservation Deadline: June 19 pro-staff on indoor and outdoor courts. Wednesday 9 a.m. through Capacity: 75 girl max., 25 girl min. Friday 10 a.m. July 20-23 Additional Information: Program Aides Monday through Thursday Code: and Camp Skills Leaders needed. Adult Daisies: 620 volunteers needed. Cost includes snacks, Brownies and Juniors: Noon to 1 p.m. Brownies: 623 activity supplies and summer patch. Cadettes: 1 to 2 p.m. Juniors: 624 43
    • Sunflower – Hays Region Additional Information: Adult volunteers needed. Girls may register individually or as a troop. Tagalongs cannot be accommodated. For additional information about the following programs contact Virginia Jacobs at (888) 811-8832 or (785) 625-5671. Art-Attack Express Yourself through Art J DB Aah! I think I’m having an Art-Attack! Dance, sing, paint, act, sculpt and more! Come “express yourself ” as we check out art! As This camp is for the art lover in you! always, there will be cooking, laughing, possibly swimming and, of course, lots of fun! Check Join us for music, singing, clothing out this year’s day and overnight camps for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scouts! design, sculpture, jewelry making, art in food, and more. If it’s art, we’ve got it! Day Camp (Daisies and Brownie not wanting to stay overnight) We will be sleeping indoors. Get ready Oakley Wednesday, May 27, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Code: 812D for fun! Atwood Tuesday, June 2, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Code: 810D Phillipsburg Wednesday, June 10, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Code: 811D June 19-21 WaKeeney Monday, June 15, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Code: 813D Friday 10 a.m. through Sunday 3 p.m. Overnight Camp (Brownies) Code: 1-AAJ Oakley Wednesday, May 27, 9:30 a.m. through Thursday, May 28, 3 p.m. Code: 812B Where: Fort Hays State University, Hays Atwood Tuesday, June 2, 9: 30 a.m., through Wednesday, June 3, 3 p.m. Code: 810B Cost: $95 per girl Phillipsburg Wednesday, June 10, 9:30 a.m. through Thursday, June 11, 3 p.m. Code: 811B Reservation Deadline: April 20 WaKeeney Monday, June 15, 9:30 a.m., through Tuesday, June 16, 3 p.m. Code: 813B Capacity: 75 girl max., 30 girl min. Where: Additional Information: Oakley – Annie Oakley Park, 627 E. Fifth (near pool) Cost includes room, six meals and Atwood – Girl Scout House, Pearl St. snacks, t-shirt, patch and activities. Phillipsburg – Phillipsburg High School, 410 S. Seventh St. WaKeeney – Scout House, Russell and Ninth St. Cost: Daisies: $24 Brownies: $34, No charge for adult helpers. You must register to attend. Capacity: 75 girl max., 20 girl min. Additional Information: Bring a dunk bag and sack lunch. Cost includes: t-shirt, patch, meal(s), snack, crafts, swim fees, activities, facilities and more. Include additional $2.50 if you need to purchase a dunk bag. More information will be sent before camp.  = New Program 44
    • Tumbleweed – Garden City Region For additional information about the following programs contact Christina Britton at (888) 900-7061 or (620) 276-7061. America...I Love You! Additional Information: Packing list will be Father/Daughter BJC mailed prior to the event. Transportation to Meade State Lake: Campout at Scott Lake Celebrate everything “America the beautiful.” Depart from and return to DBJCSA Discover the last 200 years in American history Garden City Girl Scout Center. Bring your dad, grandpa or uncle and camp while playing games, making patriotic crafts and Cost: $15 out at Scott Lake for the weekend. Spend having a great time with friends. Capacity: Min. of eight girls required. the days hiking, fishing, canoeing, pedal Please indicate if transportation is needed boating and exploring. Spend the evenings June 25-26 on Reservation Form. around the campfire making new friends. Thursday 5 p.m. through Friday 10 a.m. Code: 6-AILY Session A: June 12-14 Culinary Creations Session B: July 31-August 2 Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, 108 Hackberry, Garden City from Around the World Friday 3 p.m. through Sunday Noon Cost: $30 per girl JCSA Code: Reservation Deadline: June 12 Are you the type of girl who shows your Session A: 6-814A Capacity: 40 girl max., 10 girl min. creativity in the food you cook? Come join Session B: 6-814B us for four days, creating wonderful dishes Where: Scott State Lake, North of Scott City “Cast” Away Camp that you will be able to cook on your own Cost: $90 per couple, BJCSA at home for your family. Each day we will $45 each additional girl be making recipes from different continents Reservation Deadline: Do you like to fish and camp out? You are around the world. Session A: May 29 invited to join us at Meade State Lake for Session B: July 17 an overnight campout. We will tour the fish Tuesday through Friday, July 7-10 Capacity: 25 pair girl max., 10 pair min. hatchery and you are guaranteed to catch a 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily catfish. Additional Information: Packing list will Code: 6-CCAW be mailed prior to event. July 1-2 Where: Church of the Brethren, Wednesday 3 p.m. through Thursday Noon 505 Eighth St., Garden City Cost: $65 per girl Code: 6-CAC Reservation Deadline: June 26 Where: Meade State Lake Capacity: 40 girl max., 10 girl min. Cost: $35 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 19 Additional Information: Wear an apron and Capacity: 35 girl max., 15 girl min. bring a set of measuring cups and spoons with your name on them.  = New Program 45
    • Groom Your Room Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, Mythical Magic JCSA 108 Hackberry St. DBJ Cost: $40 per girl Are your parents always telling you to clean Reservation Deadline: June 5 The Garden City Girl Scout Cabin has or organize your bedroom? We will make Capacity: 40 girl max., been transformed into a smaller version items that will help you clean and organize 10 girl min. of Hogwarts and Minerva McGonagall your room. Be creative by adding your own has graced us with her presence at this piece of “flair” to your creations. Additional Information: Bring sack magical day camp. We will make potions lunch on Saturday, June 27. and explore the world of magic and myths. Saturday, July 18 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 20-22 Meade Lake Campout Monday through Wednesday Code: 6-GYR B-Third grade J C S A 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Where: Dodge City Girl Scout Hut, 811 Ninth Ave., Dodge City Do you enjoy camping? How about Code: 6-MM1 Cost: $30 per girl spending three days and two nights Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, Reservation Deadline: July 1 camping out at Meade Lake? You will fish, 108 Hackberry, Garden City hike, explore nature, cook over an open Cost: $40 per girl fire and spend the evenings singing and Reservation Deadline: July 6 Linking Girls telling stories around the campfire. You will Capacity: 40 girl max., 12 girl min. to the Land complete age-level badges over these three JCSA days. Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch each day; drinks and snacks are provided. Discover what you think and feel about June 9-11 the environment while exploring your Tuesday 9 a.m. through Thursday 3 p.m. impact on the environment and the Optical Illusion Code: 6-MCO DBJC environment’s impact on you. Connect Where: Meade State Lake and take action by working side by side Cost: $45 per girl Challenge your eyes with classic illusion with a natural resource agency in a joint Reservation Deadline: May 22 tricks, experience the swirling illusions volunteer conservation service project and Capacity: 35 girl max., 10 girl min. produced by an illusion spinner, view and earn awards related to the environment, create 3D pictures. More than 20 optic fun outdoors or science. Additional Information: Packing list will activities with fun scientific explanation be mailed prior to the event. supplied are all packed into one day. We Session A: Saturday, June 27 Transportation to Meade State Lake: guarantee hours of fun. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Session B: July 10-11 Depart from and return to Saturday, July 18 Friday 7 p.m. through Saturday 5 p.m. Garden City Girl Scout Center. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Girl must attend both sessions to Cost: $15 complete awards. Capacity: Min. of eight girls required. Code: 6-OLGC Please indicate if transportation is needed Where: Holcomb Rec. Center, Code: 6-LGL on Reservation Form. 106 Wiley, Holcomb (continued)  = New Program 46
    • Cost: $15 per girl Passport thru T ime Where: Dodge City Hut, 1109 Longbranch Reservation Deadline: July 3 DBJ and Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, 108 Hackberry Climb into the Girl Scout time machine Cost: $35 per girl Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch and travel back in time to explore the last Reservation Deadline: May 22 and drink. 100 years in America. Discover when the Capacity: 40 girl max., 15 girl min. first TV was made and when Tang was Outta This World introduced. Listen and dance to music from Additional Information: Packing list will BJ the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Find out what life be mailed prior to the event. was like when your parents were kids. Space…the final frontier. Have you ever wondered what it’s like in space? Come sleep June 15-18 Storybook Tales Monday through Thursday DB over and watch the sky and count stars. Learn about constellations, planets, and maybe even 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily Once upon a time, Girl Scouts came to the run into a few UFOs and aliens along the way. Code: 6-PTT log cabin in Garden City to see their favorite Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, storybooks come alive. The girls were so June 18-19 108 Hackberry excited they did crafts with Little Red Riding Thursday 5 p.m. through Friday 10 a.m. Cost: $40 per girl Hood and played games with Goldilocks. Code: 6-OTW Reservation Deadline: June 5 June 29-July 1, Monday through Wednesday Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, Capacity: 40 girl max., 15 girl min. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily 108 Hackberry, Garden City Cost: $25 per girl Code: 6-SBT Reservation Deadline: June 5 Santa Fe Trail Where: Garden City Girl Scout Cabin, Capacity: 40 girl max., 10 girl min. Campout and Hike 108 Hackberry, Garden City BJCSA Cost: $30 per girl Additional Information: Packing list will be Reservation Deadline: June 19 mailed prior to the event. Making their way from the East to settle Capacity: 40 girl max., 10 girl min. new land in New Mexico, people traveled the Santa Fe Trail. We will camp out along Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. the trail between Dodge City and Garden City. Learn what life was like along the trail, make butter, play games and cook outdoors. June 5-7 Friday 9 a.m. through Sunday 11 a.m. Code: 6-SFT  = New Program 47
    • Wet N ’ Wild BJ Do you dread those hot summer days? Join us at Battin Park in Johnson City and we’ll cool you off. We’ll spend the morning playing wacky games. After a picnic lunch we’ll dive, slide, and splash around in the pool. Come prepared to get wet n’ wild! Saturday, June 20 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Code: 6-WNW Where: Battin Park, Johnson City Cost: $15 per girl Reservation Deadline: June 5 Capacity: 50 girl max., 10 girl min. Additional Information: Please bring a swimsuit, towel, extra clothing, sunscreen and bug repellant. Lunch is provided. Where the Buffalo Roam DBJC Sift through the myths and legends of the American Bison and Native Americans. Spend a few hours of your day discovering where the buffalo actually roamed in the 1800’s and learn some interesting facts. Get up-close and personal during a tour of the local Bison Refuge and enjoy the opportunity to touch bison artifacts, take photos and taste a bit of history. Saturday, June 6 Daisies and Brownies: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Juniors and Cadettes: 2 to 6 p.m. Code: 6-WTBR Where: Lee Richardson Zoo, 405 S. 4th St., Garden City Cost: $10 per girl Reservation Deadline: May 22 Capacity: 40 girl max., 10 girl min. Additional Information: Please wear tennis shoes or walking shoes (absolutely NO sandals).  = New Program 48
    • Wheatbelt – Hutchinson Region For additional information about the following programs contact Debbie Rippie at (800) 495-5166 or (620) 662-5425. Car Sense Daisy Days SA D Visit a car dealership and learn how to select Find out about the first Daisy and the and buy a car, what it takes to maintain a car things she did and liked as a child. We will and how computers affect a vehicle and the sing, play games and do a craft. mechanic. D.A.R.E. Officers will be on hand to talk to you and you will see first-hand what it Anthony is like to drive under the influence. Anthony Scout Cabin, Cat Tail Cove Circle Thursday, July 9 Monday, July 6 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 9 a.m. to Noon Larned Code: 5-CSSA United Methodist Church, Where: Midwest Ford, 1100 E. 30th, Hutchinson 701 Main St. Digital Photography Cost: $5 per girl Monday, July 13 JCSA Reservation Deadline: June 26 9 a.m. to Noon Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. Learn about digital photography including Hutchinson how to use a green screen for backgrounds, Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Homebuilders Shelter, basic composition, lighting and possibly try Carey Park some magazine cover shots. Bring a digital Monday, July 20 camera if you want; this will help you get 9 a.m. to Noon more comfortable with your equipment. Code: Monday, June 29 Anthony: 5-DDA 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Larned: 5-DDL Hutchinson: 5-DDH Code: 5-DPG Cost: $5 per girl Where: Girl Scout Cabin, 623 E. 3rd, Pratt Reservation Deadline: Cost: $10 per girl Anthony: June 19 Reservation Deadline: June 12 Larned: July 3 Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. Hutchinson: July 10 Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. Optional photo packages will be available for an additional fee.  = New Program 49
    • Future Builders 1 Future Builders 3 Code: 5-GITT CSA CSA Where: Stutzman Recycling Center, 315 W. Blanchard, South Hutchinson This is a three-part event. During the During Future Builders 1 and 2 you learned Cost: $5 per girl first Future Builders you will learn to use how to use hand and power tools, now Reservation Deadline: July 1 hand tools. The second Future Builders it’s time to show off what you’ve learned. Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. will teach you to use power tools. For the Help with a project with either Inter-Faith third and final Future Builders you will be Housing, Habitat for Humanity or an ongoing Additional Information: We will be working with Inter-Faith Housing, Habitat project in Greensburg. walking from the recycling center to the for Humanity or Greensburg to put those Fire Station and then to the park. Please newly learned skills to work. Saturday, August 8 bring a sit-upon and a sack lunch. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anthony Home Lumber & Supply, Code: 5-FB3 Oodles of Fun 216 W. Washington Where: TBA DB Saturday, July 11 Cost: $10 per girl Reservation Deadline: July 24 Each day we will do different things like 9 to 10:30 a.m. go to the Cosmosphere and earn Try-Its Hutchinson Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. like: Girlsports; Let’s Pretend; Puppets, Home Depot, Additional Information: Bring a sack lunch. Dolls & Plays and Stitch It Together. 1907 E. 17th Wear appropriate clothing and closed-toe Try-It is not included in the fee. Saturday, July 18 shoes. No sandals or clothes that hang or 9 to 10:30 a.m. have strings that might catch on things July 21-24 Tuesday through Friday Code: 1 to 5 p.m. daily Anthony: 5-FB1A Green is the Thing Hutchinson: 5-FB1H JCSA Code: 5-OOF Cost: $10 per girl Where: Homebuilders Shelter Carey Park, Reservation Deadline: Saving our planet takes everyone's help and Hutchinson Anthony: June 26 everyone can make a difference. We will Cost: $30 per girl Hutchinson: July 3 visit a recycling center, make a mechanical Reservation Deadline: July 6 Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. grabber to pick up trash, and more. Later, Capacity: 25 girl max., 10 girl min. we'll walk to the park and test out our Additional Information: Wear appropriate grabbers. Additional Information: On Friday we clothing and closed-toe shoes (no sandals will meet and spend the afternoon at the or clothes that hang or have strings that Wednesday, July 15 Cosmosphere. might catch on things). 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information on Future Builders 2 is located on page 12 of this guide.  = New Program 50
    • Splish Splash Cost: $7 per girl Why Cycle? DBJCSA Reservation Deadline: JCSA Anthony – June 19 Celebrate the end of summer with a pool party! Larned – July 3 We will start off with a bicycle clinic given We will have games, prizes and food, all with a Hutchinson – July 10 by a local bicycle shop and then hit the trail Hawaiian theme. Capacity: 30 girl max., 10 girl min. on our bikes and ride along the river on the Jim P. Martinez Sunflower trail. Bring your Saturday, August 1 Additional Information: This is a messy bike and wear a helmet for safety. 8 to 10 p.m. event, so dress appropriately. Tuesday, June 2 Code: 5-SSP 6:30 to 9 p.m. Where: Pratt City Pool, 201 S. Haskell Where the Sidewalk Ends Cost: $5 per girl DBJCSA Code: 5-WCH Reservation Deadline: July 17 Make your community beautiful by creating Where: Hutchinson Middle School 7, Capacity: 80 girl max., 25 girl min. a masterpiece from chalk. Let people from 210 E. Ave A the community know how creative Girl Cost: $3 per girl Reservation Deadline: May 15 Weird Science Scouts are. Capacity: 100 girl max., 20 girl min. B McPherson – Memorial Park, 200 W. Kansas Additional Information: Must meet adult If you like to get messy this is the event for Saturday, June 20 ratio, so come as a troop or with an adult. you! We will be making GAK, Ooblick, Silly Putty and more. Take home all of your Weird 10 a.m. to Noon Science projects to share with your family. Hutchinson – Downtown, Ave A. Park Pavilion Anthony – Anthony Scout Cabin, Thursday, June 25 Cat Tail Cove Circle 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, July 6 Code: 1 to 5 p.m. McPherson: 6-WSEM Larned – United Methodist Church, Hutchinson: 6-WSEH 201 Main St. Cost: $2 per girl Monday, July 13 Reservation Deadline: 1 to 5 p.m. McPherson – June 5 Hutchinson – Home Builders Shelter, Hutchinson – June 12 Carey Park Capacity: 75 girl max., 10 girl min. Monday, July 20 1 to 5 p.m. Additional Information: A troop leader or another adult must accompany the Code: girls. Time is flexible, come anytime Anthony: 5-WSA after starting time and leave when your Larned: 5-WSL masterpiece is complete. Hutchinson: 5-WSH  = New Program 51
    • Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders Four Winds, Harvey County West Park, 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 Wichita Girl Scout Office, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218. Program Aides Grades: Sixth through eighth Girls who are in the seventh through ninth grade may be Program Aides (PA) during summer programs. Summer Programs Aides gain communication and leadership skills that are necessary to work successfully with girls and adults. AYSO Session 3: June 15-18, Soccer Camp Code: 615-AYSO Camp Four Winds Session 1: June 1, Girls Can Fish Too! Code: 615-FW1 Session 2: June 12-14, Family Camp Code: 615-FW2 Session 5: June 28-29, Make New Bears Code: 615-FW5 Session 6: July 10-11, Camp Rock-Boogie Code: 615-FW6 Camp Loga Vista Session 3: June 15-19, Flip-Flop in the Sun Code: 615-LV3 Harvey County West Park Session 4: June 22-26, Tents and Trails Code: 615-HCP4 Starwoods Outdoor Center Session 1: June 1-5 Code: 615-1 Session 2: June 8-12 Code: 615-2 Session 3: June 15-19 Code: 615-3 Session 4: June 22-26 Code: 615-4 Session 5: June 29-July 2 Code: 615-5 Session 6: July 6-10 Code: 615-6 Session 7: July 13-17 Code: 615-7 Wichita Girl Scout Center Session 1: June 3-5, Crafty Creations Code: 615-WC1 Session 6: July 6-11, Where the Sidewalk Ends Code: 615-WC6 Prerequisite: Must have completed Basic Program Aide and Troop Program Aide training along with Teen Outdoor Skills. 52
    • Camp Skills Leaders Grades: Ninth through 11th Girls who are in grades ninth through 11th 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 Session 3: June 15-18-Soccer Camp Code: 615-AYSO Camp Four Winds Session 1: June 1, Girls Can Fish Too! Code: 615-FW1 Session 2: June 7-9, Junior Blast Code: 615-FWJR Session 2: June 12-14, Family Camp Code: 615-FW2 Session 5: June 28-29, Make New Bears Code: 615-FW5 Session 6: July 10-11, Camp Rock-Boogie Code: 615-FW6 Camp Loga Vista Session 3: June 15-19, Flip-Flop in the Sun Code: 615-LV3 Harvey County West Park Session 4: June 22-26, Tents and Trails Code: 615-HCP4 Starwoods Outdoor Center Session 1: June 1-5 Code: 617-1 Session 2: June 8-12 Code: 617-2 Session 3: June 15-19 Code: 617-3 Session 4: June 22-26 Code: 617-4 Session 5: June 29-July 2 Code: 617-5 Session 6: July 6-10 Code: 617-6 Session 7: July 13-17 Code: 617-7 Wichita Girl Scout Center Session 1: June 3-5, Crafty Creations Code: 615-WC1 Session 6: July 6-11, Where the Sidewalk Ends Code: 615-WC6 Prerequisite: Must have completed Peer Leadership and Teen Outdoor Skills. 53
    • Summer Program Adult and Older Girl Training and Site Orientation Four Winds, Harvey County West Park, Loga Vista, Old Cowtown Museum, Wichita Girl Scout Center 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 Wichita Girl Scout Office, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218. Adult Volunteer Training Old Cowtown Museum Aide All adults working at day camp are required to complete Day Camp CSA Outdoor Leadership and Day Camp Site Orientation. Five day advanced registration required. Friday, June 5, 9 a.m. to Noon Code: 760 Old Cowtown Museum, Turnverin Hall, 1865 Museum Blvd., Wichita Day Camp Outdoor Leadership for Adults (for all camps) Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita Capacity: 45 Monday, Feb. 16, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Code: 40OD02 Requirements: Museum Aides are selected from girls who have completed Basic and Troop Program Aide training and participated in Starwoods Outdoor Center, 7800 S. 103rd St. W., Clearwater a previous summer session. Experienced Museum Aides do not need Saturday, March 21, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Code: 40OD03 to attend dress fittings in Kirby House. Saturday, May 2, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Code: 40OD04 Saturday, May 16, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Code: 40OD05 Old Cowtown Museum Leader-In-Training Cost: $6 SA Capacity: 20 max., 5 min. As a Museum Leader-In-Training (LIT) you might teach in the schoolhouse, learn history of exhibits at the museum or assist with costume check and Program Aide and Camp Skills Leader Training Frontier Fun Day. As a Museum LIT you will receive a per day honorarium. CSA You will also assist with museum site training. For information about Basic and Troop Program Aide and Outdoor Skills Date and time to be announced Code: 765 Training, see Spring 2009 Roadmap. For site orientation information, Old Cowtown Museum, Turnverin Hall, 1865 Museum Blvd., Wichita see Site Orientation for Adult Volunteers, Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders. Capacity: 10 Requirement: Completion of ninth grade, Peer Leadership and at least one summer’s experience as a Museum Aide. Note: Dress fittings in Kirby House on the day of training. 54
    • Site Orientation for Adult Volunteers, Program Aides and Camp Skills Leaders 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. Camp Rock-Boogie Old Cowtown Museum Starwoods Outdoor Center Tuesday, June 2, 5:30 p.m. May 8-9 Code: 4-SO1 (Adult Volunteers Only) Friday 6 p.m. through Saturday 4 p.m. Saturday, June 6 Wichita Girl Scout Center, Code: SO-PA First time leaders: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 360 Lexington Rd. Starwoods Outdoor Center, Code: 4-SO4 7800 S. 103rd St. W., Clearwater Returning leaders: 9 a.m. to Noon F lip-F lop in the Sun Old Cowtown Museum, Turnverin Hall Requirements: Must have completed Tuesday, June 2, 7 p.m. Basic Program Aide, Troop Program Aide 1865 W. Museum Blvd., Wichita Code: 4-SO1 and Teen Outdoor Skills Level 1. Notes: Dress Fitting in Kirby House Wichita Girl Scout Center, available on June 6. Additional Information: Friday dinner, 360 Lexington Rd. Saturday breakfast and lunch included. Tents and Trails Camp Confirmation letters will be sent upon Make New Bears Camp Thursday, June 11, 6:30 p.m. reservation. Thursday, June 11, 6:30 p.m. Code: SO-HV Code: 4-SO2 Harvey County West Park, Burrton Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd. Where the Sidewalk Ends Thursday, June 25, 6:30 p.m. Junior and Teen Blast Code: SO-GSC Thursday, May 28, 6:30 p.m. Wichita Girl Scout Center, Code: 4-SO3 360 Lexington Rd. Wichita Girl Scout Center, 360 Lexington Rd. 55
    • How to reserve your place for summer program and more Registering for summer programs is as easy as one, two, 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 Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Placement will continue as long as spaces are open. All girls (grades K-11) who are attending camp must be registered Girl Scouts. Girls who are not registered Girl Scouts must register as members by paying the $10 Girl Scouts of the USA annual membership dues at the time they register for camp. Full payment is due at the time of registration. Complete medical information and parent permissions are due by 5 p.m. the day of the program reservation deadline. Reservations with incomplete medical information and parent permissions will be deleted and the spot will be filled by someone on the waiting list. Reservation Options: 1. Online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org this is the fastest and easiest way to register for camp. (Registration starts at 6 a.m. on April 1.) – Each family and the troop/group will have a registration account. New accounts will be created as members of the troop/group register for Girl Scouts. – Passwords will be emailed to the email address on file (parents of individual girls or leader for troop accounts) or can be requested by calling one of the Girl Scout Center–Wichita at (316) 684-6531 or (888) 472-3683. – If a session is full, you will have the option to be placed on a waiting list, or try for another activity or date. – Full payment for the reservation is required and can be made by cookie credits, e-check, Visa or MasterCard. – If you do not have access to the Internet, here are some options:  Computers are available at some of the Girl Scout Centers during office hours Monday through Friday.  Other locations such as libraries, schools and community centers may have computers with access to the Internet and our Web site. 2. By Phone – Call your Girl Scout regional office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Calls will be taken in the order they are received. Before you call, please complete the registration form in this book so you have all the information necessary for the registrar to input your registration. E-check, Visa or MasterCard required for phone reservations. If a session is full, you will have the option to be placed on a waiting list. 56
    • 3. By Mail – Complete a separate registration form for each activity and date your Girl Scout is planning to attend. Be sure to make copies of forms in the back of this guide or find additional registration forms at the Girl Scout regional offices or online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org. – If the following items are missing the registration cannot be processed.  Participant’s information: Girl Scout full name and address.  Parent’s information and additional contact if parent cannot be reached.  Please list three choices that your Girl Scout is willing and able to attend. All programs will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If the first choice is full, we will try to place in the second or third choice. You will be notified if all choices are full and given the option to choose another session or be placed on a waiting list. (Registrations online and by phone will know immediately if a session is full.) If your Girl Scout wants to attend more than one session, please complete a form for each session.  Health History Information  Parent/Guardian Approval/Permission  Full payment may be made by check or credit card. Please do not mail cash.  Mail registration form along with payment to the Girl Scout regional office where program is taking place.  A letter confirming your session placement will be mailed to the address on the registration form. Please allow two weeks for processing. Payment Options 1. Cookie Credits – Cookie Credits will be available April 1 and will be credited to your family registration account. Log on to your family registration account to review the credits. Indicate Cookie Credit payment on the reservation form when you mail in the form. – Cookie Credits can be shared by family members. – Cookie Credits may be transferred to troop account for troops registering for camp together. Complete the Cookie Credit Transfer Form in the back of this guide. – Unused Cookie Credits can be used in the Council Shop. To use Cookie Credits in the shop, complete the Cookie Credit Transfer Form. 2. Checks or e-checks – You can mail a troop or individual check with your reservation form or go online to log on to your family or troop/group reservation account and pay by e-check. All checks will be processed as e-check transactions that withdraw directly from your checking account. Make checks payable to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland (GSKH). By entering this information online or providing a check as payment, you authorize Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland to process a one-time electronic funds transfer (EFT) or draft drawn on your account. If your check does not clear your bank, it will be charged back against your family or troop/group account along with a $30 service charge and any additional bank charges. Your reservation(s) will not be complete until this total amount is paid. Call (316) 684-6531 with any questions regarding electronic funds transfers. 3. Credit Card or Debit Card – Log on to your family or troop/group reservation account and use a credit 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 by cash if bringing your form directly to a Girl Scout Center. – Do not mail cash. 57
    • F inancial Assistance  Financial assistance is available to help Refunds Refunds less a $15 non-refundable fee are provided when: those families in need. This assistance will  A girl moves out of the council. pay for part of the summer program fee  A girl is certified ill by a physician. Financial assistance cannot be used for  A family emergency occurs. $25 non-refundable Wah-Shah-She deposit  A girl is not placed in a session of her choice (full refund will be issued). or bus transportation.  Please complete the Financial Assistance Refunds will not be issued when: Application prior to registering for camp.  A program fee is less than $15. (Financial Assistance form is available at the  A girl is a no-show. Girl Scout Center or at  A girl leaves early due to homesickness, parent’s request or cancels for a non-medical reason.  Written notice of cancellation has not been received by the Girl Scout regional office where the www.kansasgirlscouts org). A Financial program is taking place within 10 business days of the program start date. Assistance Award letter indicating the amount of assistance will be mailed to the Once a girl is registered in a session of her choice, the bus transportation fee (where applicable), parent. The amount will show as a credit $25 of the Wah-Shah-She Resident Camp deposit and/or $15 of all other program fees are not refundable. in the online family registration account. It is the parent or guardian’s responsibility to notify the Girl Scout regional office in writing of a cancellation within 10 business days of the program start date. Confirmation of reservation and To receive a refund: Camp Information Letters  Notify the Girl Scout regional office or program site immediately. You will receive a confirmation that your spot  Send a written request for the refund within 10 business days of the scheduled summer program has been reserved at camp. Those who register start date to the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland regional office where the program is taking place, online will receive confirmation immediately Attn: Program Services Manager. Please be sure to state the reason for the cancellation. that they have been placed in the session of  Acknowledgement of refund will be sent. Cookie Credit refunds will be applied to the family their choice. Those who register by mail or registration account. phone should receive their confirmation letter Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland reserves the right to cancel any session if the minimum number of within two weeks. If you have not received a participants is not reached. A full refund will be made if the camper cannot be placed in a session of confirmation by mail, please contact the Girl her choice. Scout regional office where the program is taking place. Camp Wah-Shah-She After camper health history information and  Girls registering for Camp Wah-Shah-She should send their registration form and payments parent permissions are received, camp inform- to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, Camp Wah-Shah-She, 2432 East 51st Street, Tulsa, OK 74105.  Wah-Shah-She resident campers are required to pay a $25 cash non-refundable deposit at ation letters will be sent with the confirmation the time of registration and the balance of the fee no later than four weeks prior to session's of reservation. Camp information letters will beginning date. Placement will begin in Bartlesville, Okla., on March 16. contain detailed information such as what to  Girls who need bus transportation will need to register for the bus with Girl Scouts of Kansas wear and bring to each program. Those who Heartland. The bus registration process is the same as registering for other programs with the registered online will receive an immediate choice of using our online system, phone or mail. confirmation online. All others will be mailed  Cookie Credit information for Wah-Shah-She is located on page 60. confirmation letters within two weeks of registering. 58
    • 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 anytime? You can log on and verify your family information at anytime 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 and return to the Girl Scout Center at least 24 hours before you shop. The form is available in the Summer Program Guide, at the Girl Scout Regional Offices or www.kansasgirlscouts.org. 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. 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 on page 60. 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 $10. The membership dues go to the national organization and makes her a Girl Scout through Sept. 30, 2009. For additional information, contact a Membership Services Manager in your area. Contact information is on the inside front cover of this guide. 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 other’s names to be placed in the same unit at camp. Additional questions/answers will be posted as needed at www.kansasgirlscouts.org 59
    • Cookie Credits  Grade indicated is the grade at the time of the cookie sale in which the credits were earned.  Girls in kindergarten to 12th grade: – May apply cookie credits toward summer program fees, council event fees (must register for 2009 Cookie Credits council event before November 15, 2009) or purchase items from the Girl Scouts of Kansas # of Boxes Sold Credits Earned Heartland Council Shops. 30-59 ............................... $10 – May apply cookie credits toward council-approved trips, troop trips (must follow Safety-Wise and Leader-Wise guidelines) or GSUSA destinations or getaways. 60-89 ............................... $20  Girls in sixth to 12th grade: 90-119 ............................... $30 – May store cookie credits from year to year in order to apply them toward a long-range council 120-149 ............................... $40 approved activity/trip (including troop trip) GSUSA destinations or getaways. 150-179 ............................... $50  Graduating Girl Scout Ambassadors may apply their cookie credits to lifetime Girl Scout 180-209 ............................... $60 memberships. Must be submitted to the council before September 8, 2009. 210-239 ............................... $70  Credits will be automatically stored November 16, 2009 for girls in grades six to 12. 240-269 ............................... $80  High school graduates must use their cookie credits by September 30, 2009. 270-299 ............................... $90 300-329 ............................. $100 Answers to Cookie Credit Questions: 330-359 ............................. $110  Expire November 15, 2009 (except grades six to 12, please see above). 360-389 ............................. $120  May not be redeemed for cash. 390-419 ............................. $130  Are applied only to programs in which the girl is eligible to participate. 420-449 ............................. $140  May be applied toward all or part of a program fee or purchase. 450-479 ............................. $150  May be shared by members of the same household. 480-499 ............................. $160  May not be used for trading post at summer programs.  May not be used for deposit at Camp Wah-Shah-She. 500+: $0.45 per box from box one (Example: 500 x $0.45 = $225) Example of Use of Cookie Credits Cookie Credits for Wah-Shah-She Will need to be submitted to complete Girls planning to use Cookie Credits for Camp Wah-Shah-She must check the box “Yes” on the Camp Wah-Shah-She reservation form and indicate the amount of Cookie Credits to be submitted. camp reservation: Fee to attend = $100 Fill out Cookie Credit Transfer Form available at the back of this guide and submit to Girl Cookie Credits = $80 Scouts of Kansas Heartland, Attn: Registrar, 360 Lexington Road, Wichita, KS 67218. Form may Difference = $20 be submitted electronically. Once Cookie Credits have been posted to the family account, Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland will process the Cookie Credit Transfer Form and send the amount of Cookie Credits remain to be used elsewhere: Cookie Credits to Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma Council to be applied to the camper’s account. Fee to attend = $100 If the credit amount does not cover the balance of the money owed to Girl Scouts of Eastern Cookie Credits = $120 Oklahoma a balance due notice will be sent. The remaining balance must be remitted to Girl Difference = $20 Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma no later than four weeks prior to the beginning date of the session. 60
    • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2009 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 # 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. 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 OFFICE USE 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 $ (Signature) (Print Name) Please complete the reverse side of this page.
    • 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 OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2009 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 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 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 WILL ATTEND (Day Camp Only)_____________________________________________ APPROVAL/PERMISSION Please insert initials and date for each numbered item. 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. ______ _____ PLEASE COMPLETE Credit Card Amount of program fee $ MasterCard a. Cash enclosed $ VISA b. Check enclosed $ (Card Number) c. Credit Card Payment $ BALANCE DUE $ (Exp. Date) (Code) OFFICE USE Date Rec’d (Signature) Complete Payment Amt. Check # (Print Name) Entered Please complete the reverse side of this page.
    • ADULT HEALTH HISTORY INFORMATION Troop #_____ Name _______________________________ E-Mail Address____________________________ Street Address___________________________ Apt # ____ Box #_____ City_________St ___ Zip ________ 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_________ I am 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) ____________________________ _______ _______________________ ____________________ ____________________________ _______ _______________________ ____________________ ____________________________ _______ _______________________ 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______________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 attend if I become exposed to any contagious disease or, if for any reason, I do not consider myself to be in good physical condition. _____ _____ Insurance Carrier______________________________________ Carrier’s Phone______________________ Name of Insured_______________________________________ Member Number_____________________ _________________________________ ________________________________________ ___________ Print Name Signature Required Date
    • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2009 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 April 15, 2009. 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 the Summer Program Guide and list choices in order of preference. CHOICE CODE # SESSION # PROGRAM/SITE DATES 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. Initials Date 1. I give consent for my daughter/ward to participate in the activities 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 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. ______ _____ Please complete the reverse side of this page.
    • GIRLS 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 Cookie Credit Transfer Form Use this form to request a transfer of Cookie Credit from the family registration account. * Troop #_________ * Girl’s Name____________________________________________ * Grade___________ * Address_________________________________ * City__________________________ * Zip______________ * Phone__________________________________ E-mail address__________________________________ * = Required Fields Please check the appropriate box(es) and indicate dollar amount(s).  Troop On-line Account $ (Applicable if girl is attending camp or council event with her troop.)  Wichita Council Shop $  Hutchinson Council Shop $  Hays Council Shop $  Salina Council Shop $  Garden City Council Shop $  Emporia Council Shop $  Council Event: Date of Event: $ Name of Event:  Store Cookie Credits (sixth – 12th grades) $  Wah-Shah-She $  Service Unit Day Camp: Service Unit $ Name of Day Camp Date(s) of Day Camp Permission for Troop Leader to use Cookie Credits in the council shop: As the 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 requested the credits to be transferred to. Parent/Guardian Signature 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 the Council Shop the shop staff will track their use. Use of cookie credits may be found on page 60. Cookie Credits may not be used for the annual GSUSA membership dues or for troop dues. Troop cookie sale proceeds (the 35 cents per box) can be use to pay the GSUSA membership dues. Submit by mail: Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, Cookie Credit Request, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, KS 67218 Submit by email: lrethorst@kansasgirlscouts.org No Phone Calls, Please.
    • 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).
    • 2009 GIRL RESERVATION FORM FOR WAH-SHAH-SHE RESIDENT CAMP USE BLACK OR BLUE INK Instructions: Print or type all information except signature. One registration form is needed for EACH camper. Mail this form with $25 deposit per session to Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, 2432 E. 51st St., Tulsa, OK 74105 Child’s Name _________________________ Grade fall (‘09) __________ T-shirt size Address ______________________________ Phone _______________ (check size): City_______________________________ State_________ Zip _______  Child Medium  Adult 1 XL Birthday (mo/day/yr) ___________________ Age ___________________  Child Large  Adult 2 XL Troop # _________ Age Level: JR_____ Teen_____  Adult Medium  Adult 3 XL  Adult Large If possible, I would like my child to be with a friend (one name only). They must sign up for the same session and program. Friend’s Name _______________________ Age ___________________ Cookie Credit: Yes___ No ___ Amount of Credits: $_______ You may charge your camp Emergency Information fees to Mastercard or VISA. Account #: ___________________ Parent/Guardian names & business phones (include area code) Amount $: ___________________ Father __________________________ Phone __________________ Exp. Date Month ____ Year _____ Mother _________________________ Phone __________________ Name as it appears on the card: Parent/Guardian address during camp if different from camper’s home. Address _______________________________ Phone _______________ City_______________________________ State_________ Zip _________ FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE Week 1 (Session A) __________________________________________________________________________________________ Week 2 (Session B) __________________________________________________________________________________________ Week 3 (Session C) __________________________________________________________________________________________ Week 4 (Session D) Consent of Parent or Guardian I have read the camp brochure, understand the information and agree to abide by the terms. I _______________________ as a parent/guardian having legal custody of ______________________________, who is voluntarily enrolled as a participant in the Girl Scouts Bluestem Council resident camp program, understand that camping programs involve inherent risk and possible injury because of the nature of the activity, even when conducted in a safe manner. I give permission for her to attend camp and participate in all phases of the program. I understand that a statement of her good health is required before she may attend. I authorize all medical, surgical, diagnostic and hospital care or procedures which may be performed or prescribed for my child by a licensed physican or hospital, when efforts to contact me are unsuccessful and when deemed immediately necessary or advisable by the physician to safeguard my child’s health. * I waive my right of informed consent to such treatment. I also give permission for my child to be photographed and allow the council to release said pictures for publicity purposes. Date__________________Signature_______________________________________ Parent/guardian signature is necessary for registration acceptance. Person to notify if parent/guardian cannot be reached: Name _________________________________ Relationship _____________________________________________ Phone (day) ___________________________ (evening) ________________________ (cell) ____________________ Address ________________________________________ City__________________ State________ Zip_________ *If for religious reasons you cannot sign this, the council office should be contacted for a legal waiver which must be signed for attendance.
    • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2009 CAMP WAH-SHAH-SHE TRAVEL RESERVATION Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland has arranged charter bus transportation to and from Camp Wah-Shah-She. Buses have a restroom and under-the-bus storage to stow luggage. Each bus will have an adult chaperone who will oversee the trip to and from camp. The trip lasts approximately three hours each direction. Register for bus transportation online at www.kansasgirlscouts.org or complete the travel reservation form below, attach payment and bring or mail to the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, Kan. 67218. Fill out the separate reservation form for Camp Wah-Shah-She and send to Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, 2432 E. 51St St., Tulsa, OK 74105 along with the nonrefundable deposit. The balance of the fee is due no later than FOUR WEEKS before the session begins.) • Cost: $65 per camper per session. Cookie credits do not apply. One-way transportation available; however the fee will remain $65. • Capacity: 45 girl maximum, 30 girls minimum (Must meet minimum requirement to run the bus to and from camp.) • Depart and return from: Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Wichita Center, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita • Transportation is available for: Session A – June 7-13 Session B – June 14-20 Session C – June 21-27 • Departure is on Sunday: • Check-in: 10 a.m. • Bus Departure: 10:45 a.m. • Bus Return is on Saturday: 2 p.m. (approx.) • Reservations for bus transportation are completed upon acceptance to Camp Wah-Shah-She. • Additional information is on the back of this page. Confirmation letters will be sent 10 days prior to departure date. 2009 CAMP WAH-SHAH-SHE TRAVEL RESERVATION FORM Instructions: 1. Complete information requested; one form per camper per session. 2. Include payment for transportation. Transportation reservation will not be processed without payment in full. 3. Cookie credits do not apply to Camp Wah-Shah-She bus transportation. 4. DO NOT SEND THIS FORM TO Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma or Camp Wah-Shah-She. 5. Bus transportation is not available for Session D (June 28-July 1) or for partial (three night) sessions. Troop #_____ Girl Scouts Name_______________________________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________ City_________________________ Zip________________ Parent(s) Name ___________________________________ Day Phone_______________ Other Phone_____________ Emergency Contact ________________________________ Relationship______________ Phone__________________ Check One: Check One: Session A – June 7-13 ____Round Trip Office Use Only Session B – June 14-20 ____Only TO Camp Session Attending ____________________ Session C – June 21-27 ____Only FROM Camp Program Name ______________________ Fee is $65 round trip or one way Amount Received $___________________ Payment: Credit Card Information: Cash $________ Check # _____________ _____ Cash or check ____MasterCard Money Order ________________________ _____ Money order ____Visa Credit Card _________________________ _____ Credit Card __________________________ (Card Number) Confirmed Reservation __________ _______ _____ Yes _____No (Exp. Date) Code __________________________ (Signature) __________________________ (Print Name) Send completed form to: Girl Scouts Kansas Heartland, 360 Lexington Rd., Wichita, Kan 67218
    • GIRL SCOUTS OF KANSAS HEARTLAND 2009 CAMP WAH-SHAH-SHE TRAVEL RESERVATION Additional Information: Each girl will be screened for head lice prior to departure. • Parent/guardian must stay with camper during head lice screening. • If head lice are detected, the girl will not be allowed to attend Camp Wah-Shah-She. • Bus transportation fee is not refunded. Girl must bring: 1. Completed health examination sheet with doctor’s signature (this is your ticket to board the bus). 2. Medicine in original container with prescription label intact. 3. Trading Post money in a sealed envelope with girl’s name, session name and amount enclosed on the outside of the envelope. 4. Sack lunch with drink requiring no refrigeration. Drink must have a lid. Confirmation letter will be sent 10 days prior to departure date.