2018 Camp Guide - Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina
DNA of a G.I.R.L. She’s a go-getter, innovator, risk-taker, leader! HELLO My name is Leader Sets goals and sticks to them Works hard to bring positive change to the world Seeks new adventures and experiences Speaks up for herself and others Takes pride in her abilities and successes Builds team spirit and brings people together Takes action on issues dear to her heart Handles conflict with compassion and clear communication Falls down and gets back up Runs for leadership positions Sees new solutions to old problems Listens to opinions and feelings different from her own Has an imagination that knows no limits
SandyRidge, owned and operated by Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina, is our resident camp located in Marlboro County, near Bennettsville, SC. The camp is on 500 acres of beautiful sand hills. With a capacity of over 100 girls per week, Sandy Ridge is the perfect place to spend some of your summer break. Facilities include a swimming pool, two lakes, watercraft, an archery range, sports field, a clay pit, and an air conditioned dining hall. Three of our living units are air conditioned by window units and our fourth living unit is cooled by ceiling fans. Sandy Ridge is highly accredited by the American Camp Association.
Accreditation means Sandy Ridge has undergone a thorough review of more than 250 standards, evaluating everything from staff qualifications and training to emergency management.
SandyRidge offers camp experiences for all girls’ ages 6 through 17. Camps are listed in the camp guide according to the week a specific program is offered. Please note that camp registration is based on a girl’s age, not their grade level. We recommend finding the week or weeks your girl can attend camp and reading through the available programs with her, and then registering early. Many programs will fill up quickly. Please remember you do not have to be a current Girl Scout to register for camp at Sandy Ridge. There is an additional $30 registration fee for girls who are not current Girl Scouts and it pays for their Girl Scout registration through September 30, 2018.
Many of our campers’ only Girl Scout experience is at Sandy Ridge each summer, and they are not involved in a Troop for the remaining months of their membership. 2018 Summer Camp Guide 1
Welcome to the Summer of G.I.R.L. Power! As we begin to think of another summer and all that means with camp, our thoughts turn to the magic that the camp experience brings. Camp is the time when you challenge yourself. You push a little harder, you reach a little higher, and you step out of your own comfort zone a little farther and in doing that, you grow! You will explore and know the Power of G.I.R.L. - Go-Getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, and Leader. You may be one of these or you may be more than one of these! You will have the opportunity to develop the strong, powerful skills that set you apart going forward.
Camp gives you life-changing experiences that you might not otherwise have: leading a llama, learning survival skills, and teamwork skills. You might pick up where you left off last summer with swimming, zip-lining, canoeing or even discovering your talents as an artist. And many of you will try these things for the very first time. You can come back from camp with new skills in archery, team building, dancing, or acting. The nights you spend at the campfire singing camp songs with all your friends and favorite counselors will be some of the best and sweetest memories you make in your lifetime.
You will get in touch with the best of yourself and all your strengths. You will challenge your obstacles and overcome fears. And you will do this with your best camp friends. You will leave camp knowing what it’s like to be your best as a G.I.R.L. You will have the opportunity to explore being a Go-Getter. You can find out all the ways you’re a true Innovator. You will show yourself and your friends how you’re a Risk-taker. You will become a stronger Leader. You can explore all aspects of G.I.R.L. And you will never have more FUN than doing all of this at camp.
Go ahead and get excited! Summer 2018 has more opportunities for fun, learning and taking advantage of all that Girl Scouting has to offer at Sandy Ridge.
See you at camp! Loretta Graham, CEO Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina girlscoutsesc.org 2
Hello Campers and Parents, Asweheadinto2018,IamgettingsuperexcitedaboutourSandyRidgecampschedule.It isgoingtobeasummerofG.I.R.L.Power!Asyoulookthroughthecampguideyouwillnotice moreprogramsthanever,focusingonSTEM,OutdoorSkills,Travel,andevenSCUBADiving . ThecampstaffandIpromisetoalwaysdoourbesttomakeyourgirlstimeatSandyRidgememo rable andrewarding.WehaveseensomanyimprovementsatSandyRidgeduringthesixyearsIhave beenhere.Wewill continuetogrowandmakeimprovementsandbeyourgirls’homeawayfromhome. Iwanttotakeamomenttotalkaboutsomethingthatkeepsmeupatnight...bullying.Iseeitm oreandmorein schools,sportingevents,andevenhereatSandyRidge.ThecampstaffandIworkextremel yhardtostopthe bullyingatcamp.Wearetrained,byanoutsideexpert,onunderstandingandstoppingbul lying.Iamaskingforyour helpwiththismatter.Pleasetalkwithyourgirlaboutbullyingbeforeshecomestocamp.
SandyRidgehasazero tolerancepolicyonbullying.Withyourhelpwewillovercomethisandhelpgirlslivethe GirlScoutLawandbea sistertoeveryGirlScout.ThankyouagainforchoosingandsupportingSandyRidge. Seeyouatcamp!
- Chuck “Squirrel” Iler Outdoor Program Specialist/Resident Camp Director firstname.lastname@example.org
- 843-439-6364 Hello Campers! I’m excited to return to Sandy Ridge for the second year as Assistant Camp Director. I am looking forward to all of the new adventures that await us this summer. As you will see when you look at this camp guide, we have expanded our Specialty Camp schedule and lots of girls will be out and about throughout the Southeast. We are also bringing an “in-house” adventure with our Scuba On camps.
- I have learned to push my limits and thrive on my accomplishments by spending time at camp. I love seeing all of the girls, facing their fears, trying new things, pushing their boundaries, and being able to build their confidence. They are able to shine and be those Go-Getters, Innovators, Risk-Takers and Leaders I see each and every day at camp. I am looking forward to seeing our G.I.R.L.’s this summer at camp and seeing what adventure they will want to explore. See you at camp! Danielle “Tinkerbell” Sykes Girl Support Specialist/Assistant Camp Director email@example.com
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CampLiving Campers stay in a shared environment. All campers are expected to participate daily in camp kapers, such as making their beds and maintaining their living spaces. Each camper is responsible for her own personal care and grooming. This provides an excellent opportunity for girls to develop democratic living skills and a greater sense of self-reliance and responsibility. A typical day includes games, songs, program specific activities, and other activities the girls plan throughout the week. Campers will sleep in a living unit. Counselors will be available at all times, in a centrally located area.
Bathrooms are centrally located within the living unit. It is recommended that parents and campers read the Camper Handbook, which comes in your confirmation packet, together for more information. Bullying Camp life is an excellent opportunity for girls to live and work together. One behavior that will not be tolerated is bullying. Bullying can be categorized into four broad categories - physical, verbal, indirect, and virtual. Physical bullying includes kicking, hitting, spitting, tripping, pinching, pushing, taking and/or damaging property or belongings. Verbal bullying includes threats, teasing, taunting, name-calling, intimidation, offensive or derogatory remarks.
Indirect bullying includes gossiping, spreading negative rumors or stories about someone, lying, and excluding people from social groups. Virtual (or cyber) bullying includes sending negative or threatening messages, texts, or pictures via email, instant messages, chat rooms, or websites. GSESC reserves the right to send any person home who willfully bullies, disobeys camp rules, or whose behavior towards others is unacceptable. Staff The camp staff is a main factor in providing a happy and rewarding experience for your camper. The staff selection process includes a background check, extensive screening, and an interview with each staff member.
Staff members are selected based on experience, maturity, judgment, and a desire to share enthusiasm and skills with children. All staff IsYourCamperReadyForCamp?
Thisisaquestionmanyparentsstrugglewithwhensendingtheir girlto camp.Somethingsto considerare: Howlongcanyoumanagewithoutyourchild? Whatisthelongestlengthoftimeshehasbeenaway fromhome? Howdoesshedealwithbeingawayfromhome? Doyouusuallyhavetogoandpickherupearlywhen sheisawayfromhome? Doesshethinkshecanstayatcampforaweek? Afterconsideringthesequestions,talkwithyourgirlanddecideif itistherighttimeforher.Ifyouneedmoreinformation,achecklist andarticlescanbefoundattheAmericanCampAssociation website,www.acacamps.org. girlscoutsesc.org 4
members participate in an intensive onsite training program prior to camp and ongoing evaluations throughout the summer.
The Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director are highly trained and are specialized in their fields. They have spent all year preparing for the resident camp season. All staff members are dedicated to making resident camp a positive, wonderful, and memorable experience for your camper. HealthandSafety Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina does not require campers attending summer resident camp to have a physical examination. We do require a Health History Form (completed by parent/ guardian) and a current immunization record (or immunization waiver). The Health History Form is included in your camper’s confirmation packet.
If your camper does not have a completed Health History Form and immunization record (or immunization waiver) at Check-In, she will not be able to stay at camp until they are turned in. Please bring the Health History Form with you to CheckIn. Do not mail this form to any of the Girl Scout offices or to Sandy Ridge. The staff members who work with your camper are trained in basic first aid and CPR. A health supervisor is on hand to care for campers with more severe illnesses or injuries. There is also a physician on call for the entire camp season. If your camper becomes ill while at camp, you will be notified in order to determine a course of action.
All medications are kept in a locked cabinet in the health center and are dispensed by the health supervisor. Accommodations can be made for girls with special needs. Three well balanced meals are served each day in the Dining Hall. The Camp Director will work with parents to accommodate special dietary needs when given advance notice. We ask that specialty food items be provided by the families. These items will be stored in the kitchen. Contact Chuck Iler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-479-6814 to discuss any needed accommodations. 2018 Summer Camp Guide
1 Week1 | June17-22 SplishSplash Week MiniMoanas Girls ages 7 to 9 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration ReadytoknowHowFarYou’llGo?Doesthewatercalltoyou?If so,comejointheMiniMoanasontheirvoyagetohelprestore theheartofSandyRidge.Girlswillspendalotoftimeinoron thewaterlearningnewgamesandsongs.Theywillalsospend timeatArts&Craftsmakingtheirownfishhooktotakehome asareminderoftheirtimeatSandyRidge.Ofcoursegirlswill alsowatchMoanaandsingthesongsfromthemoviewhile travelingtotheiractivities.
Pirate Adventure Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration AAAHOOOOYYYYYMATEYYY!PiratesareinvadingSandy Ridgeandbreakingrulesandtheywantyoutojoinin!Girls willstayuplate,sleepin,andraidthekitchen.Shipswillbe constructedoutofcardboardandcounselorswillwalkthe plank.ComereadywithyoureyepatchandJollyRogerraised forafunfilledweek! ThemeWeek! EveryweekatSandy Ridgehasadifferent theme.Girlscanbringan outfitandaccessoriesto dressupforthetheme dinner.
Week 1: Splish Splash Week 2: SR + GS = Fun With STEM Week 3: Animal Frenzy Week 4: All About Me Week 5: Camp’s Got Talent girlscoutsesc.org 6
PaddleOn Girls ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $350/$380 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $400/$430 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration ThePeeDeeRiverisabeautifulplacetoobservethenature thatcallstheareaaroundSandyRidgehome.Everythingfrom catfishtobaldeaglescanbeseenhere.Beforetheirday-long rivertrip,girlswilllearnthebasicsofcanoeingandwhattodoif theytipoverontheriver,alongwithsometricksforthemore experiencedgirls.Girlswillalsocompleteacanoerelayrace wheretheydesignthechallengesandvisitCampPeeDeefora dayontheHighRopescourse.
Wild Waters – Travel Camp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $550/$580 non-Girl Scout After Feb.
11 $600/$630 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Did someone say White Water Rafting?!?! Why yes they did! Travel to the Nantahala River and spend two nights at the Nantahala Outdoor Center in Bryson City, NC. Girls will raft the Nantahala River and take a 4-hour horseback ride to local waterfalls. This is the ultimate extreme adventure! Day Trippers – Travel Camp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $550/$580 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $600/$630 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Hold on for the ride of your life as you visit numerous attraction in North Carolina! Girls will spend the day at Carowinds, riding roller coasters and hanging out at the waterpark.
Another day will be spent at Kersey Valley, playing laser tag and completing an Escape Room. Finishing up your travels by spend a day relaxing at Wet & Wild waterpark in Greenville. Day Trippers will return to Sandy Ridge each night.
SCUBA On Girls ages 12 to 17 Early Bird Price $725/$755 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $775/$805 non-Girl Scout $150/$180 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Everwonderwhatitisliketobreatheunderwater?Ifyousaid yes,thenSCUBAOnisthecampforyou.Girlswillspenda portionoftheweekinclasseslearningaboutdivingrulesand howtooperatetheirequipment.Oncetheyhavecompleted theinclasslearninggirlswillbegiventheopportunitytodive inSandyRidge’spoolandlake.Thiscampisdesignedfor girlstoearntheirPADIcertificationandincludescrewpacks, classroominstruction,poolsessions,andopenwaterdives.
Girlswillalsoreceivetheirownmask,fins,snorkel,andaqua socks,allwhichistheirstokeep.Oncegirlshaveregistered forthiscamp,theywillbemailedapacketwithalistof prerequisitestheymustcompletebeforearrivingatcamp. Counselor in Training 1 Girls ages 14 to 15 Early Bird Price $170/$200 Non-Girl Scout After Feb. 9: $220/$250 Non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you love camp and enjoy working with younger children? Would you like to one day be a camp staff member? If so, join us and become a Counselor in Training 1 (CIT1). This training is one of the best ways to develop skills to become a truly fabulous, future camp counselor! CampInformation WEEK1 2018 Summer Camp Guide 7
The Early Bird Gets the Discount Register for summer resident camp at Sandy Ridge from February 4-11, 2018 and receive a $50 discount off of your camp fee. 2 Week2 | June24–June29 SR+GS=FunWith STEM Week TinyTinkers Girls ages 7 to 9 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Ever make an alarm clock that runs on a potato? How about a mighty volcano, with lava exploding from the top? How about making cookies, using only a solar over that you make yourself? These are just a few of the experiments Tiny Tinkers will do during their time at camp.
They will also learn about green energy and how they can change the world. Do you have what it takes?
DronePilots Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $400/$430 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $450 /$480 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s a drone! After completing a safety training, girls will have the opportunity to fly their own drone over Sandy Ridge. They will create obstacle courses to pilot their drones through. Girls will also have the chance to participate in other camp activities, such as swimming in the pool and canoeing on the lake. Girls will bring drones home at the end of the camp.
CampInformation WEEK2 Rocketeers Girls ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $350/$380 non-Girl Scout After Feb.
11 $400/$430 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration We are going on a trip, in our very own rocket ships, zooming through the trees. Girls will build her own rocket and launch it into the sky. They will learn about the mechanics and aerodynamics so that they can make their rocket go as high as possible. Girls will also visit Camp Pee Dee for a day on the High Ropes course.
CampInformation WEEK2 Llama Trek – Travel Camp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $500/$530 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $550/$580 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Happy llama, sad llama watch out they spit! During this three day/two night adventure girls will get to experience mountains, waterfalls, and of course, llamas! Girls will guide a llama on a trail through the Great Smoky Mountains while the llama does all the hard work and carries their gear. During on their trek, girls will get to sleep out under the stars and cook their meals over an open fire.
Time Travelers – Travel Camp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $400/$430 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $450/$480 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration FollowinthefootstepofJulietteGordonLowasyouvisit historicSavannah,Georgia.Girlswillspendthreedays/two nightsinSavannahexploringeverythingthecityhastooffer, includingJulietteGordonLow’sBirthplace.Theywillalsoenjoy aSavannahRiverboatCruiseandavisittotheTybeeIsland MarineScienceCenter.Thiswillbeatripyouwillnot forget! SCUBA On Girls ages 12 to 17 Early Bird Price $725/$755 non-Girl Scout After Feb.
11 $775/$805 non-Girl Scout $150/$180 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Ever wonder what it is like to breathe underwater? If you said yes, then SCUBA On is the camp for you. Girls will spend a portion of the week in classes learning about diving rules and how to operate their equipment. Once they have completed the in class learning girls will be given the opportunity to dive in Sandy Ridge’s pool and lake. This camp is designed for girls to earn their PADI certification and includes crew packs, classroom instruction, pool sessions, and open water dives. Girls will also receive their own mask, fins, snorkel, and aqua socks, all which is theirs to keep.
Once girls have registered for this camp, they will be mailed a packet with a list of prerequisites they must complete before arriving at camp.
Counselor in Training 1 Girls ages 14 to 15 Early Bird Price $170/$200 Non-Girl Scout After Feb. 9: $220/$250 Non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you love camp and enjoy working with younger children? Would you like to one day be a camp staff member? If so, join us and become a Counselor in Training 1 (CIT1). This training is one of the best ways to develop skills to become a truly fabulous, future camp counselor! 2018 Summer Camp Guide 9
Sandy Ridge Open House & Splish Splash Pool Party Sandy Ridge will have an Open House and Splish Splash Pool Party on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 12 p.m.
to 5 p.m. This event will give girls and parents a chance to see Sandy Ridge’s facilities, personally meet the Camp Director, ask questions, and register for camp. The pool will be open as well! 3 Week3 | July 8–July 13 AnimalFrenzy Week ABug’sLife Girls ages 7 to 9 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Together, even the smallest can achieve the greatest goal! Girl will explore the outdoors and observe the bugs around Sandy Ridge. They will prepare a home for and capture a bug that they will nurture all week and then release on Friday morning.
The girls and their bugs will watch A Bug’s Life together one evening. While taking care of their own bugs, girls will get a chance to meet the animals at Sandy Ridge and experience everything camp has to offer. All requirements for the Bugs Badge will be completed. AmazingAnimals Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Are you in awe of the animals at Sandy Ridge? Then Amazing Animals is the camp for you! Girls will spend the week learning about the animals at Sandy Ridge and about the role that each of them plays in its natural ecosystem.
Girls will assist in the Nature Room with the care of the animals and explore the beaver pond at Sandy Ridge. Sandy Ridge Safari Girls ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Deer,Foxes,andRaccoons!OhMy!Girlswillgetachanceto observethelocalwildlifearoundSandyRidge.Theywilllearn howtotrackanimalsandhowtoavoidbeingdetectedbythe animals.Thegirlswilllearnsurvivalskillsandspendanightout underthestars.
TrainingUniversity Girls Ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $345/$375 Non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11: $395/$425 Non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration After completing this week of camp, girls will be trained in the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly care for infants and children, manage a babysitting business, and recognize and care for lifethreatening respiratory and cardiac emergencies. In addition to receiving your American Red Cross Babysitting and Pediatric First Aid/CPR certification, girls will also complete the required steps to earn your Cadette First Aid Badge, Leader In Action award, and Program Aide (PA) pin.
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LlamaAdventures–TravelCamp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $500/$530 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $550/$580 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Happy llama, sad llama watch out they spit! During this three day/two night adventure girls will get to experience mountains, waterfalls, and of course, llamas! Girls will guide a llama on a trail through the Great Smoky Mountains while the llama does all the hard work and carries their gear. During on their trek, girls will get to sleep out under the stars and cook their meals over an open fire.
AtlantaAdventures–TravelCamp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $600/$630 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $650/$680 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Atlanta is home to almost five million people, with a city that large there are bound to be just as many animals there. Girls will travel to Atlanta for a four day/three night trip to explore the city and its animal life. Girls will have a whale of a time visiting the Georgia Aquarium and seeing the manta rays, beluga whales, whale sharks and much, much more! Girls will also get to see the Blue Jays take on the Atlanta Braves.
Finish this trip off by checking out World of Coca-Cola and the secret formula vault!
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4 Week4 | July 15-20 AllAboutMeWeek Fairytales&Me Girls ages 7 to 9 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Once upon a time there was a little Brownie who went to Sandy Ridge. While at camp girls will explore their imaginations and create their own storybook experience, from meeting the creatures of Sandy Ridge to stargazing to swimming to canoeing, and so much more! Oh the stories they will have!
MischiefMakers &Me Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you sometimes like to bend the rules...just a little? Then Mischief Makers & Me just might be the camp for you. Girls will create their own schedule – staying up late, sleeping in, raiding the kitchen, having a movie night, and even a late night swim. The world is yours so own it! Wild AboutMe Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you love to challenge yourself? If yes, this camp is for you! Throughout the week girls will be taught basic survival and first aid skills that they will then put to the test when they camp out for 24 hours.
At the end of camp girls will know exactly how far they are able to push themselves and will walk away with lifelong friends and knowledge. PamperMe Girls ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Come be pampered at camp! Sandy Ridge will be transformed into a spa. One morning girls will get breakfast in bed followed by manicures and aromatherapy! Girls will learn how to make face masks and smoothies as well! One evening they will enjoy a delicious, warm meal over the fire and watch a movie on the outdoor screen.
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BAAAAHAHAHAHAHAA–TravelCamp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $500/$530 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $550/$580 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Where do sheep like to go on vacation? To the Baahahamamas! This camp is not going to the Bahamas but it is going to North Carolina where girls spend 2 days/1 night. They will learn how to properly shear a sheep with the aid of a certified instructor. The next morning they will wake up and center themselves for the day by doing Goat Yoga.
They will return to Sandy Ridge and then take a day trip to the Asheville Zoo. Even if you are a bit sheepish, you can still sign up for this camp!
Adventure&Me–TravelCamp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $500/$530 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $550/$580 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Duringthis2day/1nightcamp,girlswilltraveltoLillington,NC andspendthedayrelaxingandtubingdowntheCapeFear River.TheywillalsotraveltoKerseyValleyfortheirunique HighRopesandZip-Linecourse.BackatSandyRidge,girls willspendadaycanoeingtheGreatPeeDeeRiver!Thefun awaits! CounselorinTraining1 Girls ages 14 to 15 Early Bird Price $170/$200 Non-Girl Scout After Feb. 9: $220/$250 Non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you love camp and enjoy working with younger children? Would you like to one day be a camp staff member? If so, join us and become a Counselor in Training 1 (CIT1).
This training is one of the best ways to develop skills to become a truly fabulous, future camp counselor!
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5 Week5 | July 22-27 Camp’sGotTalentWeek GameOn Girls ages 7 to 9 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Games, games, and more games! This camp is for the girl who loves sports and board games. Whether it’s on land, water, or indoors girls will test their gaming skills. Kickball, Gaga Ball, Candy Land, water volleyball, or zip-lining...We have it all and it is waiting for you! DanceMania Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb.
11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Do you love to dance? If you do, come to Sandy Ridge and dance with us! Girls will host an all camp dance party and choreograph a performance for friends and family on Friday before Check-Out. Girls will try everything Sandy Ridge has to offer but with music and be the divas of camp! No one can stop you now...Just Dance!
RightonTarget Girls ages 9 to 11 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Archery is one of the nation’s fastest growing sports. Come join us and use our refurbished archery range, with new Olympic sized targets. Girls will practice shooting techniques and develop their shooting skills. Which one of you will be a future Olympic Archer? SoYouThinkYouCanAct Girls ages 11 to 14 Early Bird Price $300/$330 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $350/$380 non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Calling all future Emmy and Academy Award winners! This is the camp for you! Girls will spend their time at Sandy Ridge writing, directing, and performing their own play.
While not busy with acting, girls will spend time relaxing by the pool, kayaking and paddle boarding on the lake, and having a movie night. Friends and family are invited to attend the “opening morning” performance on Friday. CounselorinTraining1 Girls ages 14 to 15 Early Bird Price $170/$200 Non-Girl Scout After Feb. 9: $220/$250 Non-Girl Scout $25/$55 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Doyoulovecampandenjoyworkingwithyoungerchildren? Wouldyouliketoonedaybeacampstaffmember?Ifso,joinus andbecomeaCounselorinTraining1(CIT1).Thistrainingisoneof thebestwaystodevelopskillstobecomeatrulyfabulous,future campcounselor!
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CounselorinTraining2 Thisprogramisdesignedfor16-17yearoldstofurther enhancetheirleadershipskillsinacampenvironment. The summerwillbespentlearningthebasicsofwhat ittakestobeacampcounselorandexploringwhat programactivitiescamphastooffer.TheCIT2’swill alsoleadcampactivitiesunderthedirectionsofthe AssistantCampDirectorandothercampstaff.The CIT2 programwillstartJune8,2018withamandatoryprecamptraining.Aftertraining,CIT2’swillstartarewarding summerworkingwithyoungercampers,learning fundamentals of camping,andcampprograms.During the summerCIT2’s willshadowcampstaff tosee what it takes toruncamp.CIT2’s willbe expectedtostayat campduring the entire durationof the summer.They willreturnhome onweekends unless priorarrangement have beenmade withthe CampDirector.Please contact ChuckIlerat email@example.com or843- 479-6814forCIT2applicationmaterials.There is no fee forthe CIT2program.
If aCIT2has not completedthe CIT1program,she must complete it June 17-22. Me,MyFamily &CampWeek June15-17 $60person Childrenunder6are$20perperson,activitieswillbelimited Spend the weekend at Sandy Ridge with some of your favorite people – your family! There will be time for swimming, canoeing, hiking, crafts, signing, family teambuilding, and so much more. All Adults participating in camping experiences at Sandy Ridge Girl Scout Program and Training Center must be registered members of Girl Scout. This includes Adults participating in Family Camp Weekend.
HighAchieversCookieCamp July29-August3 Free forgirlswhosell 1,000packagesormore duringthe 2018 Cookie Sale Program CometoSandyRidgeandcelebrateyoursellingsuccess withotherHighAchieversfromthroughoutGSESC!This campcreatedspecialforourHighAchievers,willbefullof funandsurprises!Arecognitionceremonywillbeheldon FridaybeforeCheck-Outforfamilyandfriendstoattend. GirlScoutDaisieswhoareinKindergartenwillearna“High Achievers”experienceatSandyRidgeduringourMe,My Family,andCampWeekendJune15–17,2018. WhiteWaterWranglers–TravelCamp Girls 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $550/$580 non-Girl Scout After Feb. 11 $600/$630 non-Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required uponregistration DidsomeonesayWhiteWaterRafting?!?!Whyyestheydid! TraveltotheNantahalaRiverandspendtwonightsatthe NantahalaOutdoorCenterinBrysonCity,NC.Girlswillraft theNantahalaRiverandtakea4-hourhorsebackridetolocal waterfalls.Thisistheultimateextremeadventure! WhoYouGonnaCall?–TravelCamp Girls ages 11 to 17 Early Bird Price $500/$530 non-registered Girl Scout After Feb.
11 $550/580 non-registered Girl Scout $100/$130 non-Girl Scout non-refundable deposit required upon registration Wanttoseewhatgoesbumpinthenight?Wanttoexplorea hauntedhousewithactualghosthunters?Thenwhatareyou waitingfor!GirlswilltraveltheCarolinascheckingouthistorical sitesandseeingiftheyarehauntedornot.Theywillspendan eveningwithactualghosthunterslearningabouthowallthe equipmentworksonaghosthunt.WhileatSandyRidge,girls willvisittheCampPeeDeeHighRopescourseaswell.Girlswill returntoSandyRidgeeachnight,exceptfor1nightaway. CampInformation WEEK5 ADDITIONALOPPORTUNTIES 2018 Summer Camp Guide 15 2018 Summer Camp Guide 15
- TroopAdventureCamp(TAC) June22-24
- July 22-22 Troop Adventure Camp allows Troops to plan their own camp experience with the help of their Sandy Ridge staff hostesses. They can create an experience just right for them. Samples of some of the activities Troops can choose from are:
- Arts and Crafts
- Lake Exploration
- Canoeing, Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding
- Great Pee Dee River Trip($15 per person up to 12 people)
- Star Gazing/Night Hikes
- Team Building
- High Ropes Course (available for an additional $20 per person for ages 11 and older) Troop Adventure Camp runs from Friday evening with Check-In between 7 p.m.-8 p.m. to Sunday morning with Check-Out at 10 a.m. Four meals are included.
- TroopAdventureCampFees $60 per girl. Two adults are free, $60 per additional adult after Safety Activity Checkpoints ratio is fulfilled. There must be a minimum of two adults in attendance with every Troop at TAC. These required adults attend without paying a fee. Any adult attending who is not required to fulfill Safety Activity Checkpoint ratios must pay the full cost. The priority is to accommodate as many girls as possible. Please limit adults to the required ratios:
- Troop leaders must provide supervision of girls in the following ratios:
- Two adults for every 6 girls Kindergarten and 1st grade, plus one adult for every additional 1-4 girls
- Two adults for every 12 girls entering 2nd and 3rd grade, plus one adult for every additional 1-6
- Two adults for every 16 girls entering 4th and 5th grade, plus one adult for every additional 1-8
- Two adults for every 20 girls entering 6th grade to 8th grade, plus one adult for every additional 1-10
- Two adults for every 24 girls entering 9th grade to 12th grade, plus one adult for every additional 1-12 To meet Safety Activity Checkpoints ratios, an “adult” must be an individual older than 18 years of age. All Girls (of Girl Scout age) and Adults participating in camping experiences at Sandy Ridge Girl Scout Program and Training Center must be registered members of Girl Scouts. This includes Adults participating in Troop Adventure Camp. All Adults must have a Background Check on file with GSESC.
Each Troop attending TAC must have adults in attendance who have completed the following trainings: 1. Introduction to Girl Scouting - Everyone who is registered as a Co-Leader must have this training. At least one Co-Leader must attend TAC with the Troop. 2. Girl Scouting 101 (GSUSA online training) - Everyone who is registered as a Co-Leader must have this training. At least one Co-Leader must attend TAC with the Troop. 3. Leadership Essentials - Everyone who is registered as a Co-Leader needs this training. At least one Co-Leader must attend TAC with the Troop.
4. Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention - Everyone who is registered as a Co-Leader must have this training.
At least one Co-Leader must attend TAC with the Troop. 5. First Aid/CPR - At least one Adult participating in TAC must have current certification if you are driving together as a Troop. 6. Planning Trips with Girls - At least one Adult participating in TAC must have this training. Adultsmaynotbring“tag-a-longs”(adultleader’syoungerchildren). MalesmayattendTroop Adventure Camp. Allcampbalancesare due 3 weeksbefore the startof yourcamp. girlscoutsesc.org 16
Early Bird Discount The early bird gets the worm! Register for summer resident camp between February 4-11, 2018 and pay your required non-refundable deposit and receive a $50 discount off of the camp fee. You can pay the remaining camp fee at a later date. This discount does not apply to Troop Adventure Camp or Weekend Camps. Registration for Summer Resident Camp at Sandy Ridge Registration for summer resident camp at Sandy Ridge opens February 4, 2018 at noon (12 p.m.) Sandy Ridge will utilize the Active Network for online summer resident camp registration. You will be able to get your camper registered in 3 easy steps!
- 1. Go to http://tinyurl.com/sandyridgereg 2. Follow the prompts to sign up for an account or log-in using your account information. 3. Once you have completed your registration order you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Make sure to read the e-mail and open all the attachments. The confirmation e-mail contains important information you need to know and act on. If you do not receive it make sure to check your SPAM/JUNK mailbox. Things to Remember When Registering Online
- Please write down your User Name and Password and keep it in a safe place
- If you have a problem, try a different Internet browser
- Always click on the “Continue” button at the bottom of the page
- If you have an issue during the registration process please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org If you do not wish to register online please e-mail email@example.com to request a paper registration form. Online registration does not exist for Troop Adventure Camp. You must register using a paper registration form (located in this camp guide). Deposits and Payment of Balance As we prepare for your camper to arrive, we incur a variety of expenses. Accordingly, we request a non-refundable deposit for each session, due upon registration. The deposit amount varies from $25 to $180, depending on the camp. Deposits are applied to the session cost. If a camper cancels, the deposit is retained. If GSESC must cancel a session, the deposit will be returned. Deposits cannot be transferred to another camper. The balance of the camp fee is due three weeks prior to the session start date. You will receive an e-mail reminding you to pay your camper’s balance. You can pay your camper’s balance in multiple installments using the Active Network online registration system. Non-payment of balance due will result in cancellation of camp placement. Cancellation and Refunds Shouldwehavealackofregistrations,asessionmaybe cancelled.Pleasenotethatasessionmaybecancelled withintwoweeksofitsstartdate.Ifyourcamper’ssessionis cancelledwewilldoourbesttoaccommodateyourcamper inanothersession.Campsessionsareheldregardlessof weather.Ifacampercancels,refunds,lesstherequirednonrefundabledeposit,willbemadeonlyifwrittencancellationis received30dayspriortothebeginningofthesession.There arenorefundsforearlydeparture,whetherforpersonal reasonsoranaturaldisaster.
TO ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT SCAN WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE TO REGISTER ONLINE SCAN WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE 2018 Summer Camp Guide 17
Financial Aid FinancialAidisavailabletosupplementthepaymentofcamp fees.FinancialAidisonlyavailabletocurrentlyregistered membersofGirlScoutsofEasternSouthCarolinaandis awardedbasedontheneedofthegirlandavailabilityof funds.TheFinancialAidapplicationislocatedinthiscamp guide.Campersmustberegisteredforsummerresident campandtherequirednon-refundabledepositmustbe paidbeforesubmittingaFinancialAidapplication.Financial AidapplicationsmustbereceivedintheNorthCharleston ServiceCenterbyApril13,2018forconsideration.Notification oftheawardingoffundswillbeonorbeforeMay1,2018.
Confirmation Packet Confirmation packets will be e-mailed to the e-mail address supplied during the online registration process immediately after your camp order is placed. Please make sure to check your SPAM/JUNK mailbox. The confirmation packet is important. It includes all necessary forms, Check-In and Check-Out procedures, a packing list, and additional information. Please follow the directions in the packet concerning what forms to bring with you to CheckIn. If you do not receive a confirmation packet, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know it has not been received.
Session Dates Session Name Ages Girl Scout Non-Girl Scout Early Bird/ Regular Price Required Deposit at Registration Early Bird/ Regular Price Required Deposit at Registration June 8-August 3 Counselor in Training 2 16 to 17 no fee no fee June 15 - 17 Me, My Family & Camp $60 WEEK 1 June 17 - 22 Mini Moanas 7 to 9 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Pirate Adventure 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Paddle On 11 to 14 $350/$400 $25 $380/$430 $55 SCUBA On 12 to 17 $725/$775 $150 $755/$805 $180 Wild Waters - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $550/$600 $100 $580/$630 $130 Day Trippers - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $550/$600 $100 $580/$630 $130 CIT 1 14 to 15 $170/$220 $25 $200/$250 $55 June 22 -24 Troop Adventure Camp #1 $60 $10 per person WEEK 2 June 24 - 29 Tiny Tinkers 7 to 9 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Drone Pilots 9 to 11 $400/$450 $25 $430/$480 $55 Rocketeers 11 to 14 $350/$400 $25 $380/$430 $55 SCUBA On 12 to 17 $725/$775 $150 $755/$805 $180 Llama Trek - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $500/$550 $100 $530/$580 $130 Time Travelers - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $400/$450 $100 $430/$480 $130 CIT 1 14 to 15 $170/$220 $25 $200/$250 $55 WEEK 3 July 8 - 13 A Bug's Life 7 to 9 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Amazing Animals 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Sandy Ridge Safari 11 to 14 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Training University 11 to 14 $345/$395 $25 $375/$425 $55 Llama Adventures - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $500/$550 $100 $530/$580 $130 Atlanta Adventures - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $600/$650 $100 $630/$680 $130 July 13 - 15 Troop Adventure Camp #2 $60 $10 per person WEEK 4 July 15 - 20 Fairytales & Me 7 to 9 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Mischief Makers & Me 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Wild About Me 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Pamper Me 11 to 14 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 BAAAHAHAHAHAHA - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $500/$550 $100 $530/$580 $130 Adventure & Me - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $500/$550 $100 $530/$580 $130 CIT 1 14 to 15 $170/$220 $25 $200/$250 $55 July 20 - 22 Troop Adventure Camp #3 $60 $10 per person WEEK 5 July 22 -27 Game On 7 to 9 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Dance Mania 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 Right on Target 9 to 11 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 So You Think You Can Act 11 to 14 $300/$350 $25 $330/$380 $55 White Water Wrangles - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $550/$600 $100 $580/$630 $130 Who You Gonna Call? - Travel Camp 11 to 17 $500/$550 $100 $530/$580 $130 CIT 1 14 to 15 $170/$220 $25 $200/$250 $55 July 29 - August 3 High Achievers Cookie Camp ALL 1000 packages of cookies sold girlscoutsesc.org 18
Sandy Ridge Summer Resident Camp Financial Aid Application 2018 FIRST NAME TOTAL NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN HOUSEHOLD, INCLUDING CAMPER PARENT/ GUARDIAN FIRST NAME DATE RECEIVED DATE OF CAMP TOTAL DAYS TOTAL FEE ADDRESS CITY CAMP SESSION REGISTERING FOR STATE ZIP APT LAST NAME DEPENDENT CHILDREN’S AGES PARENT/ GUARDIAN LAST NAME AMOUNT$ CAMP NAME GRADE IN FALL CAMPER INFORMATION PARENT / GUARDIAN INFORMATION OFFICE USE ONLY ADDRESS AMOUNT FAMILY OR GIRL CAN PAY $ PARENT/ GUARDIAN SIGNATURE DATE AMOUNT REQUESTED $ CITY AMOUNT OF DEPOSIT PAID BY FAMILY $ STATE ZIP PARENT/ GUARDIAN HOME PHONE PARENT/ GUARDIAN CELL PHONE PHONE AGE BIRTH DATE MM/DD/YY Please complete this form and submit one of the following ways: 1.
Mail to: Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina, 7257 Cross County Road, North Charleston, SC 29418 2. Fax to: 843-552-6221 3. Scan & E-mail to: email@example.com 4. Deliver to: Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina, 7257 Cross County Road, North Charleston, SC 29418 Summerresidentcampfinancialaidprovidesfinancial assistancefor girls whocannototherwiseaffordacamping experience.Youmustberegisteredforsummerresidentcampandpaytherequireddeposit beforesubmittinga SummerResidentCampFinancialAidapplication.ApplicationmustbereceivedintheNor thCharlestonServiceCenter byApril13,2018tobeconsidered.Financialaid isnotavailablefor TroopAdventureCampor WeekendCamps.
Assistance is only available to currently registered members of Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina. Applications need to be completed by a parent or guardian. All requested information needs to be complete for the application to be considered for assistance. Incomplete applications will be returned.
TROOP NUMBER CURRENTLY REGISTERED AS A GIRL SCOUT? HAS YOUR DAUGHTER ATTENDED CAMP BEFORE? DID YOUR DAUGHTER SELL QSP/NUTS IN 2017 HAS YOUR DAUGHTER PREVIOUSLY RECEIVED A CAMPERSHIP? DID YOUR DAUGHTER SELL GIRL SCOUT COOKIES IN 2018? GIRL LIVES WITH: TOTAL ANNUAL FAMILY INCOME: including all wages and forms of financial assistance YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO BOTH PARENTS BELOW $10,000 $10,000-$20,000 $50,001-$60,000 $40,000-$50,000 $20,001-$30,000 $60,001-$75,000 $30,001-$40,000 OVER $75,000 MOTHER FATHER GUARDIAN FOSTER HOME *RULES OF ACCEPTANCE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM ARE THE SAME FOR EVERYONE WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, ETHNICITY, CREED, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE AND SEX AND SOCIOECONOMIC AND SPECIAL NEEDS STATUS, PROVIDING PROGRAM AND MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS ARE MET.
SendaSmile toSandy Ridge! SendyourcamperoneofourSmileKitsthissummer.ItissuretomakeherSmile.ASmileKitw illletyourcamperknowyou arethinkingaboutherwhilesheisatcamp.SmileKitscanbeorderedwhenyouareregister ingforcamp.Youcanalsoorder throughtheNorthCharlestonGirlScoutShopbycallingSusanRhyneat843-552-9912with yourorderinformationanda formofpayment.ThelastdaytoorderaSmileKitistheWednesdaybeforetheweekofcampyo urcamperisattending. WelcometoSandyRidge-$35 Agreatwaytointroduceyourspecialcamperto Sandy Ridgeandourmascots,Rackytheraccoon,Bellathe bear andMacythemoose.Yourcamperwillbesurprisedto findwhichstuffedanimalisintheirkit.Araccoon,abear, oramoose,waterbottle,aLEDflashlight,anda camp bandana,willbeinyourbackpack.Thiskitcomes packed insideabackpackthatyourcampercanuseeveryday whileatcamptocarryeverythingsheneeds.
It’sAllAboutMeandCamp-$40 It’sallaboutmeandthefunthingsIwilldoatSandy Ridge. Whateveryouimagineaboutcamp, thereisalwaysfuntobehad. Writeyourdreams downin thisfunjournalwiththecolored markersthatareincluded. Apillowpal,aspecialwrapfor yourhair,lipgloss,andpresson nailswillbeinsideyourbackpack. Yourcampercanuse thisbackpackat camptocarry everythingsheneedsforherday. WaterFun-$40 Havealoveforthewater?Everythingyouneedtoenjoy thepoolorthewaterfront. ASandy Ridge beachtowel,sunglasses,beachball,lipgloss, sunscreenandaRacky,BellaorMacy stuffedanimalwillbe includedinthe backpack. Your campercanuse this backpackat campto carryeverything she needs forherday.
Sandy RidgePatch-$2.25 Pre-orderyour2018 SandyRidge Camppatch.Patches willbe distributedonthe last dayof the campsession.Patches canbe pre-orderedandpaid forduring registrationorpurchasedinthe Trading Post.
CampPhoto-$6 Alaminatedphotoof yourcamperwithherunit isagreat waytobring home lasting memories of newfriends andagreat time at camp.Photos will be distributedonthe last dayof the camp session.Photos canbe pre-orderedandpaidforduring registrationororderedandpaidforat Check-In. Sandy RidgeT-Shirt -$10 to$16 Pre-orderyourt-shirtduringregistrationandsave$2ofthe TradingPostcost!AvailableinYouthMediumtoAdultXXXL. CampBuddyProgram OurCampBuddyProgramallowsfriendstojoinGirlScoutcampersandlearnwhyeveryonelo vesSandyRidge!Share yourexperiencesaboutoursummerresidentcampprogramatSandyRidgewithneighborsan dfriends,invitethemto joinyouatSandyRidgethissummer,andearnsomereallycoolstuff!EachGirlScoutwhohasanewCampBuddy(agirlwhoisnotacurrentlyregisteredGirlScout for2017-2018membership year)signupandattendsummerresidentcampwillearn:
- 1newCampBuddy=Specialedition“Buddy”T-shirtandan8x10laminatedbuddyphotoforea chofyou!
- 3ormorenewCampBuddies=Specialedition“Buddy”T-shirtandan8x10laminatedbuddyph otoforeachgirland thereferringGirlScoutwillreceivealimitededitioncampblanket! Toqualify,pleasevisitourwebsiteatwww.girlscoutsesc.org/en/camp/sandy-ridge. htmlandcompletetheCampBuddy ProgramformbyJune1,2018.YourCampBuddy’snameandT-shirtsizewillbeneededtocomp letetheCampBuddy Programform.