2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

2018 Camp Guide ⇨ ADVENTURE ⇨ FUN ⇨ LEADERSHIP ⇨ NEW FRIENDS ⇨ AND MORE! RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS APRIL VACATION ADVENTURES AND FAMILY/TROOP/GROUP CAMPING, TOO!

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

SUMMER CAMP AT-A-GLANCE WEST OF BOSTON CAPE COD & SOUTH SHORE NORTH OF BOSTON CAMP CEDAR HILL Waltham, MA CAMP FAVORITE Brewster, MA CAMP WIND-IN-THE- PINES Plymouth, MA CAMP MAUDE EATON Andover, MA CAMP RICE MOODY Reading, MA CAMP RUNELS Pelham, NH CAMP WABASSO Bradford, NH CAMP MENOTOMY Meredith, NH PROGRAM TYPE DAY RESIDENT HALF-DAY OPTION GRADE LEVEL GENERAL PROGRAMS K–10 1–12 K–12 1–12 K–5 K–12 2–12 ALL AGES LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS 7–11 11–12 7–12 7–12 6–10 7–12 11–12 ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES ARCHERY ART BIKING BOATING COOKING DRAMA HIGH ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE HORSEBACK RIDING LOW ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE PHOTOGRAPHY SAILING SCIENCE STAND-UP PADDLE BOARDING SURFING & WINDSURFING TRIP & TRAVEL SWIMMING POOL POND/LAKE BUS TRANSPORT INCLUDED (DAY CAMP) AVAILABLE (RESIDENT CAMP) EXTENDED CARE (DAY CAMP) INCLUDED AVAILABLE FAMILY CAMP WEEKEND ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES KEY ARCHERY ART BIKING BOATING LOW ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE COOKING DRAMA HORSEBACK RIDING PHOTOGRAPHY HIGH ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE SAILING SCIENCE STAND-UP PADDLE BOARDING SURFING & WINDSURFING TRIP & TRAVEL

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org CAMP GUIDE | 1 Dear Families, For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts and outdoor adventures have fit together like campfires and s’mores. Girl Scout camps provide girls with female role models, a single-gender and girl-led environment, lifelong friendships, fresh air and sunshine (away from phone and TV screens), and activities that boost self-esteem. At our four resident and six day camps in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, every girl is invited to become an outdoor adventurer. Our camps are safe, inclusive spaces for girls of all ages to have fun in nature: to take healthy risks, make noise, play games, develop leadership skills, learn new outdoor and adventure skills, and build friendships. Our programs are tailored for each age, from our youngest campers having fun in pre-Kindergarten programs, to our 11th and 12th graders becoming Counselors in Training, and every girl in between. Our summer camp tradition awaits for all! We invite you and your girl to find the Girl Scout camps and programs that are right for her. Each camp has its own unique character with beautiful natural landscapes full of possibilities. Watch her excitement build as you both plan her experiences—horseback riding, water sports, arts and crafts, bicycling, hiking, theater arts, archery, science exploration, rock wall climbing, high ropes challenge courses, zip lining, and more. When she returns home from camp, you will see firsthand the growth of her courage, confidence, and character. After camp, girls are welcome to join a local Girl Scout troop or simply enjoy our robust year-round programming. Girl Scouts offers friendship, leadership development, outdoor programming, and troop camping all year long. I also invite you to give her an early start on the fun with April Vacation Adventures, or plan a weekend for the whole family at our camp on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. We can’t wait to see you at camp! Carrie Weatherbee Chief Membership Services Officer Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION . . 2–3 APRIL VACATION ADVENTURES . . 4–6 RESIDENT CAMPS Camp Favorite, Brewster, MA . . 8 Camp Runels, Pelham, NH . . 14 Camp Wabasso, Bradford, NH . . 21 Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, Plymouth, MA . 25 FAMILY, TROOP, AND GROUP CAMPING Camp Menotomy, Meredith, NH . 34 DAY CAMPS Camp Cedar Hill, Waltham, MA . . 37 Camp Favorite, Brewster, MA . . 44 Camp Maude Eaton, Andover, MA . . 47 Camp Rice Moody, Reading, MA . 52 Camp Runels, Pelham, NH . 56 Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, Plymouth, MA . . 60 REGISTRATION Registration Instructions and Forms . . 68 Financial Assistance . . 69 COUNCIL MAP . . 73 ADVERTISEMENTS . . 74 Cover Photo Credit: Jess Souza Photography Research shows that girls benefit immensely from time outdoors: they experience personal growth and empowerment, challenge themselves, overcome fears, and learn teamwork and leadership skills.

Active participation in programs prevents the “summer brain drain” by keeping girls’ minds active and engaged while they take a break from school. Healthy risk-taking in a safe, supportive environment empowers girls to try new things, which helps them gain confidence. Camp allows girls to build strong friendships through shared experiences outside of the competitive school environment. Interacting with others in a different setting allows girls to reinvent themselves, learn from others’ perspectives, and make new friends whose diverse backgrounds will expand their worldview.

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2 | GENERAL INFORMATION Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass General Information What You Need to Know You’re in the right place to plan your best summer ever! Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ camp programs let you explore your personal interests, creativity, and the environment. Our caring, trained staff are committed to ensuring you have fun, make friends, and get to try lots of exciting activities. Imagine a summer full of visual and performing arts, sailing and swimming, hiking and biking, science, horseback riding, and much more! You choose: white sands or green hills, relaxation or challenge, day or overnight. Whatever you choose, Girl Scout camp is where you will discover the wonders of nature and the potential inside you. Your camp friends are waiting to meet you! Register anytime at hercamp.org. Not a Girl Scout yet? Not a problem! Prior Girl Scout or troop membership is not required.

Before Choosing Your Camp Need more information to choose your camp? Please see our camp-specific pages for details about open houses, meet the staff events, and camp information nights. Details will also be listed on hercamp.org. Want to learn more before signing up but can’t get to camp for a tour? Our staff will come to you! Email camp@gsema.org and we will be happy to schedule a visit at the time and location of your choice. Consider visiting during the summer even if you aren’t ready for camp this summer; it will help you get excited for your first camp experience. Our Team Think of our camp staff as your personal team. We hand select our caring and skilled staff based on their ability to work with young people, be part of a team, teach and share skills, and their enthusiasm to commit to the values of Girl Scouting. Once hired, our staff attend one to three weeks of training to bond as a team and gain skills in camping, risk management, safety, and interpersonal communication. Many of the staff return each year and travel from all around the world to ensure you have an amazing camp experience. All staff are at least 18 years of age or are high school graduates. Safety is our priority, so we conduct thorough staff criminal background (CORI) and sexual offender (SORI) checks. To comply with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and to be licensed by the local board of health, we inform you that you have the right to request proof of background checks, camp healthcare policies, discipline policies, as well as policies for filing grievances.

Accreditation The American Camp Association (ACA) sets high standards for the health and safety of campers and staff, and the delivery of quality programs. ACA accreditation means that the camp you are considering undergoes a thorough annual review of its operation—more than 250 standards from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. ACA collaborates with experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross and other youth service agencies to ensure that current practices reflect the most up-to-date, research-based standards in camp operation.

Camp Safety Our priority is your safety and well-being at camp. We follow all safety and risk management guidelines set by the local, state, and federal boards of health, Girl Scouts of the USA, and the ACA. All our camps are ACA accredited and, in Massachusetts, comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105 CMR 430.000). Our New Hampshire camps comply with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Rules (Part Env-WS 1120.00). In addition, the board of health of the town in which a camp is located licenses that camp. Camp Living You will be placed in a group of 5-30 girls, with 2-5 staff per group. If you choose resident camp, you will stay in a cabin (6-2 girls), yurt (6 girls), tent-a-lo (5 girls), or platform tent (4-6 girls). All are supplied with cots/beds and mattresses. The program, number of girls, and campers’ ages determine the living arrangements. Each unit has shelter for rainy day activities, bathroom facilities, and storage.

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org GENERAL INFORMATION | 3 General Information Camp Buddies While we think one of the best things about camp is the chance to make new friends, we know that you may feel more comfortable attending with a friend. You may request one “buddy” per session. Both of you must register for the same camp, program, and session, and list each other on the registration forms. The camp director has final say on camp placement. Weapons, Drugs, Smoking Policy We do not permit recreational drugs, alcohol, pets, tobacco products, or weapons of any kind (e.g., Swiss army knives, scissors, etc.) at camp. If you take a prescription medication, bring it to camp in its original container with your name on it, and turn it over to the bus monitor or healthcare supervisor upon your arrival at camp.

Pre-Camp Health Assessment You are required to have a physical examination within 12 months prior to arriving at camp. All health forms must be completed and signed by a physician each year (including inoculation update) and submitted no later than May 1, 2018. Your registration confirmation email will instruct your parent/ guardian to log into your CampInTouch account and complete all required forms. You may not attend camp without submitting your health history form and physician’s examination report. Care of Mildly Ill Campers We are prepared to handle health issues that may arise at camp. A healthcare supervisor (HCS) staffs the camp health center and a healthcare consultant (local physician) is on call. Staff is responsible for reporting any signs of illness to the HCS, who assesses each situation. The HCS may administer over- the-counter medications she believes are warranted if they are authorized by the parent/guardian. If the HCS determines the camper should be sent home or seen by the healthcare consultant, she informs the camp director and arrangements are made. In both situations, the parent/guardian is contacted as soon as possible.

Campers With Special Needs We make every attempt to offer summer camp opportunities to all girls and can accommodate most special needs. Please call 617-350-8335 to discuss how we can make your camper’s experience exciting, appropriate, and fulfilling. The information you share with us will be held confidential, shared only as HIPAA allows, and in accordance with your wishes. Horseback Riding Programs If you register for one of our riding programs, you must bring long pants or jeans to camp. If you have a Pony Club-approved riding helmet with chin strap and/or one-inch heel boots, you may bring them too. If not, we will provide an approved riding helmet and boots. For safety purposes, you will be skill-tested and the riding director will place you in the programs/lessons that match your skill level.

Driving Directions Directions to camp can be found on individual camp pages at hercamp.org and will be included in your confirmation packet. Please follow driving directions as provided; GPS directions may be unreliable. Note: Wind-in-the-Pines day camp and resident camp have different addresses. Bus Transportation Start camp fun on the way to camp! Bus transportation is included in the cost of day camp and is offered for $50 each way for resident camp. Day camp bus stop location details are included in this guide. To select a bus stop for pick-up and drop-off, complete the Day Camp Bus Selection Form available via your CampInTouch account.

Resident camp bus service will run to/from Boston, Braintree, Woburn, and camp. Refunds of bus fees will be issued only if notice of cancellation is given seven days prior to the pick-up date. Buses may be canceled by GSEMA due to insufficient enrollment. Program Cancellation If a program is canceled for lack of registrations, every effort will be made to place you in a similar program. Camp sessions will be held regardless of weather, but the program may be modified in extreme weather conditions. Inclement Weather Horseback riding, high ropes, and water activities may be canceled when weather conditions are unsuitable. Alternative activities will be provided. Refunds are not given when activities are canceled due to weather conditions.

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4 | APRIL VACATION ADVENTURES Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass April Vacation Adventures Spring into the best April break ever! Join us at Camp Cedar Hill for a healthy, technology-free way to spend your week off from school. Make new friends as you sample camp life and plan ahead for your summer stay. Come for a day or two—or the whole week! Each day offers exciting new programs tailored to age levels. Calling all teens! Make the most of your spring break at camp—and beyond. Experience the best of both worlds: traditional camp activities and exciting field trips just for girls in grades 6-10. All program fees include bus transportation, and financial aid is available. For questions, email: camp@gsema.org. Camp Cedar Hill | 241 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02452 | Camp Hours: 9 AM-4 PM GRADES K-1 ⇨ Girl Scout members: $50 per day ⇨ Non-members: $50 per day, plus a $40 Girl Scout membership fee ⇨ Girls will be grouped by grade level Awesome Artists Tuesday, April 17 Color, craft, and create! Every girl is an artist during this colorful day at camp. Make crafts and decorate your own backpack to bring home your awesome creations. Sing songs, play games, and enjoy a snack (included) to make this day a real work of art. Animal Adventures Wednesday, April 18 Do you love animals of all kinds? Check out what furry friends live at camp and explore their habitats. Get a visit from some special animals when an animal show comes to camp! All girls who attend this day will receive a copy of the illustrated book, Guess How Much I Love You.

Ooey-gooeyology Thursday, April 19 The best type of science is icky, sticky, and messy! Get your hands dirty and unleash your inner scientist. Using a variety of materials, you will create amazing experiments. Songs, games, and a snack are included in this ooey gooey day. Camp Sampler Friday, April 20 Explore all that camp has to offer! Cook over a campfire, make arts and crafts, sing songs, play games, and make new camp friends. “I really appreciate the diversity of the campers, who are from all over the Boston area and the suburbs. My girls are friends with kids from so many different places!”

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For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org APRIL VACATION ADVENTURES | 5 April Vacation Adventures GRADES 2-5 ⇨ Girl Scout members: $50 per day ⇨ Non-members: $50 per day, plus a $40 Girl Scout membership fee ⇨ Girls will be grouped by grade level (2-3, 4-5) DIY-namite Tuesday, April 17 Feel the pride of mastering a creative do-it-yourself project! Whether you choose to work with fabric and scissors or paint and canvases, you’ll create something awesome. Where’s Waldo?

Wednesday, April 18 Waldo is coming to camp and you can help us find him! Follow clues, hike around camp, and create art in search of our pal Waldo. All girls who attend this day will receive a copy of the book, Where’s Waldo: 30th Anniversary Edition. Kitchen Chemistry Thursday, April 19 Are you ready to get messy? Have fun using kitchen science to make a milk rainbow or an erupting volcano—all from simple ingredients found in the kitchen. Camptastic Friday, April 20 Camp life is the best life! Enjoy a bit of everything camp has to offer: arts and crafts, nature, outdoor cooking, and more. Great for girls who wish summer camp could last all year!

GRADES 6-10 TEEN ADVENTURES ⇨ Girl Scout members: $60 per day ⇨ Non-members: $60 per day, plus a $40 Girl Scout membership fee ⇨ Days that feature an off-camp trip begin and end at Camp Cedar Hill. Girls will return in time for bus transportation home. Mission Impossible or Not? Tuesday, April 17 Are you ready to plan a daring escape, win a TV game show, explore a haunted house, and run an obstacle course? You’ll do that and so much more with a visit to Boda Borg Boston. Katniss Kamp Wednesday, April 18 Accept the challenge of learning Hunger Games-themed survival skills. Try archery, make your own bread, and channel the confidence of your own inner Katniss!

Urban Adventure Thursday, April 19 Head to Boston to take a bite out of Beantown! Ride in a Duck Boat on a tour of the city and end your afternoon visiting Quincy Market to sample snacks from some of Boston’s favorite eateries. High Adventure Friday, April 20 Go where the adventure is: Girl Scout camp! The high ropes course at Cedar Hill is set on a hill with stunning views of Boston, and built with teens in mind. It will challenge you to climb to new heights!

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6 | APRIL VACATION ADVENTURES Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass April Vacation Adventures Bus 6 pick-up drop-off Cambridge Kennedy-Longfellow School 7:40 AM 5:20 PM Somerville Winter Hill Community School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Cambridge Peabody School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Somerville West Somerville Neighborhood School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Arlington Thompson Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Arlington Arlington High School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Belmont Winn Brook School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Belmont Chenery Middle School 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 7 pick-up drop-off Everett Target Parking Lot 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Malden Immaculate Conception Church 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Medford Brooks Elementary School 8:25 AM 4:35 PM Winchester Town Hall 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 8 pick-up drop-off Framingham McCarthy School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Natick Brown Elementary School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Wellesley Fiske Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Newtonville F.A. Day Middle School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus Stops Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Milton Kelly Field Parking Lot, Brook Road 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Mattapan Chittick Elementary School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Hyde Park Another Course to College School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Dedham Avery School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off Billerica Marshall Middle School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Stoneham Stoneham Middle School 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Woburn Wyman Elementary School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 3 pick-up drop-off Bedford First Parish Unitarian Church 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Lexington Bridge Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Lexington Harrington Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Arlington Dallin Elementary School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Belmont Butler Elementary School 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 4 pick-up drop-off Roslindale Roslindale Branch Library 7:55 AM 5:05 PM West Roxbury Holy Name Church 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Needham Greendale Avenue Worship Center 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Newton Centre Mason Rice Elementary School 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 5 pick-up drop-off Dorchester Lee School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Dorchester St. Mark’s Church 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Dorchester Dewar Street & Dorchester Avenue 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Roxbury Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Boston 95 Berkeley Street 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM What to Bring to April Vacation Adventures: ⇨ Backpack ⇨ Lunch ⇨ Water Bottle ⇨ Snack ⇨ Sweatshirt ⇨ Rain Jacket (weather dependent)

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For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 7 A home away from home where girls develop confidence, grow together, and have endless fun in the beautiful outdoors.

2018 Camp Guide - RESIDENT & DAY CAMPS

8 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Favorite Get on board for camp adventures on the Cape! Summer Camp: June 24-August 17 ADDRESS 208 Crowell’s Bog Road Brewster, MA 02631 RESIDENT CAMP HOURS Start of session drop-off: Sunday, 1:30-3:30 PM End of session pick-up: Friday, 1:30-3:30 PM ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) RESIDENT CAMP • BREWSTER, MA Join us on Cape Cod’s beautiful Long Pond for our 60th summer! Camp Favorite’s water sport adventures are a thrilling twist on the traditional summer camp experience. Sail, windsurf, kayak, and swim right from our freshwater beach. Surfing, advanced windsurfing, and sailing programs are offered at local saltwater beaches. Explore the Cape as you pedal down the Cape Cod Rail Trail as a part of our extensive biking program. Watch the sun set while sitting on the beach next to a crackling fire; you’ll be making camp memories for a lifetime.

Open Houses June 10, 10 AM-2 PM June 27, 1-4 PM ⇨ Discover how our ideal Cape Cod location puts you at the center of land and sea adventures. ⇨ Learn about our sailing programs, 250- mile bike club, sleeping accommodations, dining hall, and specialty sessions.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 9 Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Brownie Sampler Session 2A: July 1-3 Session 4A: July 22-24 Session 4B: July 25-27 $310 Is this your first time considering overnight camp? Not quite ready for a full week? Spend three days and two nights sampling fun camp activities such as outdoor cooking, arts and crafts, games, swimming, and much more. Discover the excitement of staying overnight at camp, sleeping in a platform tent, and making new friends! Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 5-6 PM. Wednesday arrival is 10-11 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM.

Friendmakers Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Make new friends as you spend the week at overnight camp! Create a work of art, splash in the water at Long Pond, cook over the campfire, paddle in a canoe, play lots of fun games, and have the best week of your life. ENTERING GRADES 4-6 Camp Together Session 1: June 24-29 Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Try a little of everything at camp! Make new friends while spending a week playing games, singing songs, cooking over the fire, sleeping in a platform tent, swimming in Long Pond, making art, and trying different types of boats. Bring your enthusiasm and ideas to help your counselors plan the week. It’s all up to you! Sails and Trails Session 2: July 1-6 Session 4: July 22-27 $695 Explore the special landscape and sparkling waters of the Cape. Spend your days alternating between biking and sailing adventures. Sail the waters of Long Pond and then hop on the famous Cape Cod Rail Trail for a bike trip. You must be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device, and you must be able to ride a bike. A bike and helmet will be provided, or you can bring your own.

60th Anniversary Celebration! Camp Favorite families, friends, and alumnae, please join us at camp for a 60th anniversary celebration July 27-29, 2018! Experience the thrill of camp while participating in classic camp activities. Bring a sleeping bag and stay the whole weekend, or spend a day with friends and family, embracing all camp has to offer. Food will be provided! Visit the Camp Favorite Facebook page in spring 2018 or contact campfavorite@gsema.org for event details.

10 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA Junior Sampler Session 2A: July 1-3 Session 4A: July 22-24 Session 4B: July 25-27 $310 First-timers to overnight camp are always welcome at Camp Favorite! Spend three days and two nights sampling fun activities designed specifically for girls your age, such as outdoor cooking, arts and crafts, games, swimming, and much more. Keep the fun going as you and your tent-mates share the excitement of camp at night. Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 5-6 PM. Wednesday arrival is 10-11 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM.

Paddles and Pedals Session 3: July 8-20 $1,145 Biking and boating—what could be better? Hop on your bike to explore Cape Cod. You could get ice cream, go to a playground, or hit the beach. You decide! Back at camp, canoe or kayak around Long Pond. You must be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device, and you must be able to ride a bike. A bike and helmet will be provided, or you can bring your own. Ice Cream, You Scream! Session 5: July 29-August 3 $585 We all scream for ice cream! Cape Cod has so many ice cream shops to sample. Visit some local favorites, make your own ice cream back at camp, and enjoy classic camp activities, including swimming, boating, arts and crafts, and more.

Water Fun Session 6: August 5-17 $1,165 Ever wish you could spend all day in the water? During these two weeks, you might come close! Swim the waters of Long Pond and take a trip to the ocean. Enjoy lunch around a floating campfire, plan your own water carnival, and end your week with a guarded swim from Camp Favorite to the Brewster Landing. Try activities like canoeing, kayaking, sailing, ocean exploration, and snorkeling. ENTERING GRADES 5-8 Sail Away Session 3: July 8-20 Session 6: August 5-17 $1,230 Learn to sail or sharpen the skills you already have! Work with your crewmates to sail the beautiful waters of Long Pond. Weather permitting, you will have nine formal sailing lessons with experienced instructors who will help you progress through the unique sailing program. You will be divided into units based on age, then placed into smaller sailing classes based on skill level. Work toward individual goals, culminating in an all-camp sailing race, the Long Pond Invitational. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device.

ENTERING GRADES 6-8 Fun Without Sun Session 1: June 24-29 Session 2: July 1-6 $575 Come prepared to stay up late, because you’ll just be getting started when everyone else is getting ready for bed! Visit the Cape Cod Observatory to see stars up close, sleep out on the beach, have a glow-in-the-dark party, relax with popcorn at an outdoor movie, plus so much more. Day-Trippers Session 1: June 24-29 Session 5: July 29-August 3 $695 Become the ultimate day-tripper! Using Camp Favorite as your home base, you will spend a day on Martha’s Vineyard, go mini-golfing, and plan a third day filled with your choice of Cape Cod activities. It’s Gonna Be Lit Session 2: July 1-6 $575 The skies are going to be lit on the 4th of July, and you’ll be making some sparks of your own! Learn fire-building skills or improve the ones you already have. Try to light a one-match or no-match fire, and work on other outdoor skills.

Either Oar Session 3: July 8-20 $1,175 Grab your paddle and let’s get exploring! Over the course of two weeks, you’ll build your paddling skills in canoes and kayaks and on stand-up paddle boards. Try out glow paddle boarding and plan a paddling trip around Cape Cod. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 11 Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA Whale, Whale, Whale Session 3: July 8-20 $1,225 With 600 miles of unspoiled coastline, Cape Cod is the perfect place to learn about oceanography and marine biology, and to spend time lounging at the beach. Discover local sea life at Woods Hole Science Aquarium, learn all about whales at a Nantucket whaling museum, and travel to Provincetown for a whale watch. How Far I’ll Go Session 4: July 22-27 $625 Use your innovative skills to make your own raft and test it out on the water. Learn how to navigate with the stars, sail around Long Pond, and venture out on a canoe trip. Then, plan a Moana movie night for everyone at camp!

Surf and Turf Session 4: July 22-27 $595 Perfect for campers who like to spend time on land and in the sea! Windsurf around Long Pond or go for a swim, then try for a hole-in- one at a local mini-golf course and have a cookout back at camp. Artist Adventure Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Explore nature and your creative side. Head to the beaches and pinewoods to try sewing, painting, and more. Our resident artists will help you plan a week of creative endeavors filled with art projects and a visit to a local artist’s studio. Embrace your imagination and the beauty of nature and leave with amazing creations!

Into the Wild Session 6: August 6-18 $1,175 Be the ultimate survivor in this two-week outdoor adventure! Learn the basics of outdoor survival, including shelter-making, orienteering, and fire-building with flint, steel, and even a bow drill. Go on a geocaching adventure, and plan a multi-night trip to the Boston Harbor islands to camp out under the stars. ENTERING GRADES 7-9 All About That Boat Session 1: June 24-29 $575 Try out all the water sports Camp Favorite has to offer! Tour Long Pond in a kayak, catch some wind in a sailboat, and practice your balance on a windsurfing board. Relax with a canoe trip, complete with floating campfire, and spend some time at the ocean. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device. ENTERING GRADES 7-12 Surfing Session 1: June 24-29 Session 2: July 1-6 $695 Grab a board and hit the waves! Experience the sun and surf of the Cape Cod seashore during three lessons with a professional instructor. Surfing equipment will be provided; wetsuits will be available or you can bring your own. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head without the aid of a personal flotation device.

12 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA Let Freedom Ring Session 2: July 1-6 $575 Celebrate the 4th of July at Camp Favorite! Host a carnival for all of camp, make different kinds of pies, and watch the fireworks over Long Pond. Enjoy classic camp activities including swimming, archery, games, and more. It’ll be week of celebration! Windjammers Session 3: July 8-20 $1,230 Spend two weeks learning to windsurf or improve the skills you already have. Play games on the boards, practice new moves on the pond, and try out sails of various sizes. At the end of the session, you’ll have a chance to race around a course in the traditional Long Pond Invitational. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device.

Advanced Sailing Session 3: July 8-20 Session 6: August 5-17 $1,230 Sail the waters of nearby Pleasant Bay in our fleet of 420s. Work to perfect your already strong sailing skills and use a trapeze and spinnaker to go even faster. This program is for experienced sailors looking to advance their skills and learn racing techniques. A Camp Favorite skill rating of Able Sea Person or higher (or equivalent) is required. You should be confident operating a two-sail boat with minimal assistance. A skills check will take place when you arrive to ensure correct level placement. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device.

Cape and Island Bikers Session 3: July 8-20 Session 6: August 5-17 $1,195 Do you love the thrill of adventure? Join us for two weeks of Cape travel by bike with your counselors. Plan a multi-night trip, use the Cape Cod Rail Trail to get ice cream, visit the National Seashore, or go on a mini-golf outing. Maybe try for the 150-Mile Bike Club. You must be comfortable riding a bike for 10 miles on rail trails and roads. A bike and helmet will be provided or you can bring your own. The Great S’maco Bake Off Session 4: July 22-27 $575 Learn how to cook anything over a fire, including s’macos (s’mores tacos)! Compete against your fellow campers in a cooking challenge, and help younger campers learn how to cook. Don’t forget the best part… taste testing all of your delicious creations! Windsurfing Session 5: July 29-August 3 $695 Spend a week exploring the waters of Long Pond in a whole new way. Learn to windsurf or improve the skills you already have. Play games on the boards, practice new moves, and challenge yourself with a larger sail. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device.

Advanced Windsurfing Session 6: August 5-17 $1,230 Perfect your strong windsurfing skills! Practice racing, beach starts, and carve gybes on Long Pond and at Pleasant Bay! You should have prior windsurfing experience and be able to stand up on the board and steer. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device. “Camp is an empowering experience for my daughter, allowing her to have greater confidence in herself and her abilities.”

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 13 ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Cape Cod Getaway Session 1: June 24-29 Session 4: July 22-27 $695 Plan your own summer vacation on Cape Cod with fellow campers. Include a movie night, a day at the National Seashore, or an ice cream trip. Whatever you choose, your getaway will be a blast! Sailing Session 3: July 8-20 Session 6: August 5- 17 $1,230 Learn to sail or sharpen the skills you already have! Work with your crewmates to sail the beautiful waters of Long Pond. Weather permitting, you will have nine formal lessons with experienced instructors who will help you progress through the unique sailing program. You will be divided into units based on age, then placed into smaller sailing classes based on skill level. Work toward individual goals, culminating in an all-camp sailing race, the Long Pond Invitational. Includes a special off-camp overnight trip. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device. See What We Can Sea Session 5: July 29-August 3 $695 Ever wonder what’s under the surface of Long Pond? It’s time to find out! Get a taste of scuba diving with the help of experienced instructors. Hear all about what it takes to get scuba certified with a PADI Open Water Diver Course, and explore the waters of Camp Favorite and Camp Wind-in-the-Pines on a few trial dives. Be prepared to spend time both learning on land and diving in the water as you discover what’s deep below the surface. ENTERING GRADES 11-12 Counselor in Training (CIT) I Session 5B: July 29-August 17 $1,000 This three-week program is an opportunity for mature and qualified young women to work with children and receive on- the-job training. The program includes training in age-level characteristics, group dynamics, leadership development, life skills, teaching techniques, group planning, and decision-making skills. There will be many opportunities to practice your skills while working in units and special areas. CITs live and work in their own patrol under the guidance of a leadership specialist. You must be able to attend all three weeks, but return home during the session break weekend.

ENTERING GRADE 12 Counselor in Training (CIT) II Session 2B: July 1-20 FREE For CIT graduates: This is the most fun internship ever! Live at camp, work in units, and get in-depth, on-the-job training. You will work with counselors in units and specialized areas around camp. An application will be sent to you upon receipt of your regular camp registration. References are required, and the camp director will select qualified applicants. All girls are waitlisted until applications are reviewed and approved. You must go home between sessions 2 and 3. Depending on the needs of camp, you may serve as a junior counselor for sessions 4 and/or 5, following a successful initial stay. Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA

14 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Runels Creativity and confidence in the great outdoors! Summer Camp: July 1-August 17 ADDRESS 82 Girl Scout Road Pelham, NH 03076 RESIDENT CAMP HOURS Start of session drop-off: Sunday, 1:30-3:30 PM End of session pick-up: Friday, 1:30-3:30 PM RESIDENT CAMP • PELHAM, NH Nestled on 300 wooded acres along Little Island Pond, Camp Runels is 88 summers strong! Bond with other amazing girls as you share experiences morning and night. Work with staff (many of them, former campers!) to design your own program. Swim, boat, hike, master archery, chop wood in the lumber yard, or climb our high ropes course. Get artsy in the craft studio with our pottery wheel, painting canvases, and textile arts. Other programs take girls off-camp, traveling by van, foot, canoe, or kayak. You might spot a Runels camper paddling into the sunset on Lake Winnipesaukee, exploring the Boulder caves, or soaring down the zipline in the White Mountains. Our trip and travel programs are designed to offer new challenges and experiences to girls as they grow, providing them with a progression of outdoor skills. See why campers return year after year.

ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Open Houses February 4, 2-4 PM March 4, 2-4 PM April 8, 2-4 PM May 13, 11 AM-1 PM June 3, 2-4 PM June 24, 2-4:30 PM

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 15 Camp Runels • Pelham, NH ENTERING GRADES 1-3 Daisy and Brownie Sampler Session 1A: July 1-3 Session 3A: July 15-17 Session 6B: August 8-10 $310 Is this your first time at overnight camp? Not quite ready for a full week? Come for a three-day, two-night stay to experience all the fun camp has to offer. Go swimming and boating, make s’mores over the campfire, create tie-dye, build a fairy house, and more! Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 5-6 PM. Wednesday arrival is 10-11 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM. ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Brownie Adventure Session 1: July 1-6 Session 6: August 5-10 $575 Explore everything that camp has to offer! Try boating and swimming at Little Island Pond, hit a bullseye in archery, and create awesome tie-dye. Learn new songs, cook over a fire, and explore camp at night.

Teddy Bear Friends Session 2: July 8-13 $575 Start the week by constructing your own new teddy bear and then spend the week experiencing camp together! Conquer the low ropes, try the paddle boats, aim for a bullseye, or create art with your furry friend. Then, enjoy a special teddy bear picnic together. Bring along your favorite stuffed friend from home if you’d like, too! Brownie Magic Session 3C: July 15-18 $425 Enjoy a slightly shortened stay as you experience the magic of camp with this four-day program! Have a lunch cookout, create in the craft house, paddle a boat, aim for the bullseye, and more. Wednesday departure is 5-6 PM.

Doodlebugs Session 4: July 22-27 $575 Do you love to doodle? Paint, color, draw, sculpt, and more to create colorful works of art. Let your imagination soar during this creative week! Runels Royal Retreat Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Once upon a time, at a camp not so far away, princesses gathered for a week of adventure! Take princess lessons, decorate your own crown, and live the adventures of your favorite princesses as you swim like Ariel, shoot like Merida, and boat like Moana. End the week with a princess tea party!

Brownie Badge Blitz Session 7: August 12-17 $575 Are you excited to be a Girl Scout Brownie? Do you love trying new things? Earn four Brownie badges while having a blast at camp! Complete the requirements to earn the Outdoor Adventurer and Outdoor Art Creator badges, as well as two badges your group will choose together. ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Stir It Up Session 1: July 1-6 $575 It’s all about cooking! Try out recipes like cake in a Dutch oven, eggs in a brown bag, and muffins in an orange peel! You’ll stir up something new to eat each day and take home a copy of your favorite recipes at the end of the week.

Junior Sampler Session 1A: July 1-3 Session 3B: July 18-20 Session 6A: August 5-7 $310 Try resident camp for the first time with a shortened stay that will keep you busy trying new outdoor adventures. Explore a variety of camp activities, from archery, tie-dyeing, and kayaking, to making s’mores. Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 5-6 PM. Wednesday arrival is 10-11 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM. Junior Badge Blitz Session 2: July 8-13 $575 Are you excited to be a Girl Scout Junior? Do you love trying new things? Earn four Junior badges while having fun at camp! Complete the requirements to earn the Camper and Outdoor Art Explorer badges, as well as two badges your group will choose together.

16 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Runels • Pelham, NH Winter in July Session 2: July 8-13 $575 It’s a taste of winter in the summer! Join in a summertime snowball fight, build a sandman, and taste some icy treats. Take part in a morning “polar bear plunge,” learn about different winter holidays, and experience the fun of winter in the warm sunshine. Color Crazy Session 3: July 15-20 $575 Experience the colorful world of camp! Try your hand at tie-dye and batik, plan a colorful cookout, paint with a variety of tools, learn about the science of color, and participate in the Camp Runels color war. There will be plenty of time for all your favorite camp activities along the way!

Back to the Farm Session 4: July 22-27 $585 Did you ever wonder what it might be like to grow up on a farm? Try gardening, find out how far food travels to get to the table, and learn some new jam, butter, and bread recipes. You’ll also take a day trip off-camp to a working farm to visit the animals and learn all about farm life. Take Aim Session 4: July 22-27 $575 Ready, aim, bullseye! Channel your inner Katniss or Merida as you spend time each day on the archery range learning proper technique. At the end of the week, take the archer’s challenge against your counselors.

Adventure Seekers Session 5: July 29-August 3 $590 Calling all adventurers! Boat out to the island, aim for a bullseye, and try paddling a Corcl while standing up. Challenge yourself on the low ropes course before taking a trip to Camp Maude Eaton in Andover to try the high ropes course. Out of this World Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Look up at the sky—there is a whole universe out there to explore! Learn about the stars, debate whether or not Pluto should be a planet, try some astronaut food, and take a field trip to the planetarium. There will be plenty of time for classic camp activities.

Junior Extreme Session 5C: July 29-August 10 $1,195 This two-week session is designed for girls who loves to face challenges head-on. Spend the first week seeking out all the adventures of camp—boat over to the island, challenge yourself on the low ropes course, and even travel to Camp Maude Eaton in Andover to try the high ropes course. After a weekend of special camp activities, spend the second week at camp learning how to purify water, make a no-match fire, pitch a tent, and more as you challenge yourself to earn the title of Runels Survivor. Runels Survivor Session 6: August 5-10 $575 Do you have what it takes to survive in the wild? Here you’ll learn how to build a campfire, cook outdoors, purify water, and pitch a tent. Put your skills to the test as part of a team as you complete challenges to see if you will be crowned Runels Survivor!

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 17 Camp Runels • Pelham, NH Hogwarts Express Session 7: August 12-17 $575 All aboard the Hogwarts Express! Experience a magical week at camp as you play Quidditch, drink butterbeer at the feast, and transfigure materials into beautiful crafts! You’ll stargaze at Astronomy class and mix it up at Potions. You will have plenty of time to participate in activities that showcase the magic of camp. Sea Stars Session 7: August 12-17 $590 Calling all sea lovers! Join your friends in ponding, building sandcastles, and creating sand and seashell art! You will also visit a local aquarium or tide pool park. Learn all about sea creatures while participating in your favorite camp activities.

ENTERING GRADES 4-6 Summer Magic Session 3C: July 15-18 $425 Summer is never too busy to squeeze in a short camp stay! During this four-day program, try your hand at the pottery wheel, take aim at the archery range, plan a dessert cookout, and more. Wednesday departure is 5-6 PM. ENTERING GRADES 4-12 Weekenders Session 2W: July 13-15 Session 5W: August 3-5 $125 Signing up for two back-to-back sessions during sessions 2 and 3 or sessions 5 and 6? Looking to extend your session 2 or 5 stay a bit? Want to start session 3 or 6 a bit early? Weekenders allows you to do all these things! Mix and match different camp activities to create the experience you want! Girls who are not staying for session 3 or 6 should be picked up between 11-11:30 AM on Sunday. Girls who are arriving early for session 3 or 6 should arrive between 4-5 PM on Friday.

ENTERING GRADES 6-8 Insomniacs Session 1: July 1-6 $575 It’s great to stay up late! In this session, you’ll sleep in, then explore all that camp has to offer after dark. Make glow-in-the-dark crafts, play nighttime games, take a nighttime swim, have a midnight snack, and more. Climb On Session 1: July 1-6 Session 6: August 5-10 $650 Do you have what it takes to tackle the challenge course? Start low and climb high as you and your team strive to complete the elements. You’ll have the chance to venture off-camp to climb other GSEMA ropes courses as well. Will you accept the challenge? Hike and Hut Session 1: July 1-6 Session 7: August 12-17 $685 Hike the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire! Learn how to carry your gear and stay in a hut on the side of a mountain. You’ll find a home in the hills and exchange exciting trail tales with other backpackers. This is a Level 1 trip, perfect for a beginner backpacker. Please note that routes are subject to change due to availability and weather.

Menotomy Bound Session 2: July 8-13 $685 Spend two nights falling asleep to the calls of the loons at Camp Menotomy on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. Spend your days exploring our sister Girl Scout camp and venture off-camp to discover the local towns. Visit Castle in the Clouds and discover the lush hiking trails in the area. “My daughter was really shy around new kids, and has certainly come out of her shell after a summer at Runels!”

18 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Runels • Pelham, NH Anything Goes Session 2: July 8-13 Session 4: July 22-27 Session 7: August 12-17 $585 Design your own camp adventure! Decide if you want to swim, cook, tie-dye, kayak, or climb—there are so many possibilities! Includes a trip to nearby Canobie Lake Park. Peaks and Paddles Session 2C: July 8-20 $1,230 Hit the backcountry by foot and canoe in this two-week program. You’ll learn all about backpacking one week, and perfect your paddling skills the next. You will also go on two overnight adventures! This program includes Level 1 trip completion for boat trips and backpacking trips.

Damsel in De-stress Session 3: July 15-20 $575 Take a break to relax and reconnect. Try yoga, learn about mindfulness, make a homemade facial, and more. You’ll also have plenty of time for your favorite camp activities as you spend time relaxing at camp. Voyagers Session 3: July 15-20 $585 Spend a day perfecting your paddling skills, then pack up your dry bag and head out for a two-night water adventure. Set up camp and paddle between campsites as you explore the area. This is the perfect adventure for girls who love being out on the water. Locavore Session 4: July 22-27 $585 Embrace locally grown, delicious food! Visit a nearby farmers market to purchase fresh ingredients, experiment with new recipes, and work with your team to cook up the perfect five-course meal. Right on Target Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Nock your arrow, pull back, take aim, and release! Challenge yourself on the archery range each day and aim for the bullseye. Cadettes will earn the Archery badge as they take their shooting skills to the next level.

Surf and Turf Session 5: July 29-August 3 $685 Love adventures both on the water and land? Take an introductory surfing lesson on the New Hampshire coast before heading to the Berkshires to experience Ramblewild, a tree-to-tree adventure park. Continue the excitement on an overnight trip—pitch a tent and explore nature at a local campground. Caves and Waves Session 7: August 12-17 $675 Calling all explorers! Venture north to explore the New Hampshire Polar Caves. Then hit the waves at Water Country, where you’ll test the rides and learn how the waves are created. There will be plenty of time to enjoy all your favorite camp activities as well. ENTERING GRADES 6-12 Reading Through Runels Session 5: July 29-August 3 $575 Bring your favorite books, new ones you can’t wait to start, or borrow some from the Runels library, and be prepared to read all around camp—on the beach, in the dining hall, on a rock, in a tree… any place you like! Set reading goals and challenges, and make new friends as you discuss stories and gather book recommendations all week long!

The Camp Where it Happens Session 6: August 5-10 $585 You’ve got to be at the camp where it happens! Calling all fans of Hamilton: An American Musical! Meet like-minded campers and discuss your favorite characters, sing along to the iconic songs, and choreograph your favorite scenes. You will even visit Minuteman National Park to see the site of the first battle of the Revolution. Be prepared for revelations about our country’s past and Alexander Hamilton’s life.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 19 Camp Runels • Pelham, NH ENTERING GRADES 7-10 Backpackers Session 4: July 22-27 Session 6: August 5-10 $685 Head out on a two-night trip to experience the thrill of backpacking in the White Mountains. You’ll carry your tent and set up camp in the woods, enjoying the beautiful sights as you summit a new mountain or two. This is a Level 2 backpacking trip. You must have completed Hike and Hut or have equivalent experience to participate. Please note: route is subject to change based on weather and availability.

ENTERING GRADES 8-12 Mountain Trekkers Session 5C: July 29-August 10 $1,250 Experience the beautiful wilderness and explore areas only accessible by hiking. For this backpacking adventure, you will plan the trek, pack the gear, lace up your boots, grab a backpack, and pitch the tents. The trip will be based on the experience level of the participants and may be rigorous. You should be able to carry 25-30 pounds of weight and hike five to six miles a day. This is a Level 3 backpacking trip. You must have completed Backpackers or Mountain Dreams, or have equivalent experience to participate. ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Archaeology 101 Session 1: July 1-6 $575 If you are a fan of dinosaurs, history, or digging to find buried treasure, then join other archaeology enthusiasts for a week of discovery! Mark out the grid on your dig site, uncover lost Runels treasures and heirlooms, and share your findings with the whole camp. In between digs, enjoy all the activities camp has to offer. Thrill Seekers Session 1: July 1-6 $685 Experience the thrill of the high ropes course at Runels. Then venture off-camp to continue the adrenaline rush. Challenge yourself on a rock wall and experience indoor skydiving in this adventurous week at camp!

Great Runels Bake-Off Session 2: July 8-13 $575 Spend a week in the kitchen baking up a storm! You’ll try new recipes every day and experiment baking in the outdoor kitchen. Bring your favorite recipe to camp and compete for the title of Best Baker! White Mountain Wonders Session 2: July 8-13 $685 Explore the beauty of the White Mountains on a two-night adventure. Zipline down the mountainside, take a short hike in the beauty of nature, and explore the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves. You will pitch tents at an area campground during the trip. Camp Staff: The Next Generation Session 3: July 15-20 $575 Do you dream about being a Counselor in Training or camp staff? Do you love working with children? Spend a week gaining hands- on experience working with younger girls. From singing to games, swimming and all-camp, you’ll get to be part of the daily leadership that makes camp so much fun. There is plenty of time for all the fun activities you love at camp as well. This program fulfills GSEMA Program Aide Training requirements for older girls interested in being a Day Camp Assistant.

Kamping the Kanc Session 3: July 15-20 $685 Spend two nights camping near the Kancamagus scenic byway in New Hampshire. Explore local trails on an easy hike to a waterfall, enjoy the natural swimming areas along the river, and spend a day at Attitash, riding the thrilling mountain coaster. You will pitch tents at an area campground during the trip. Find Your Way Back Session 4: July 22-27 $575 It’s a week full of all your favorite Camp Runels activities—maybe you’ll make vibrant tie-dye crafts, play a few rounds of gaga, float in a Corcl on the pond, or fly down the zipline. You’ll plan your week based around your group’s interests when you arrive at camp. You’ll always feel at home at Camp Runels.

20 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Mountain Dreams Session 4: July 22-27 $645 Find peace of mind in beautiful nature. You’ll hike, carry your own supplies, and pitch your own tent on this two-night overnight in the White Mountains. This trip fulfills both Level 1 and Level 2 experience for Camp Runels backpacking. Route is subject to change based on weather and participant ability. Sunsets and Seascapes Session 5: July 29-August 3 $595 Let the beautiful New England coast inspire your artistry. Take in the broad range of artistic mediums on display during a day trip to the Peabody Essex Museum, and then head out to the coast to get creative. Explore tide pools and dramatic coastlines as you choose between photography, watercolors, sculpture, and more. Adirondack Adventure Session 6: August 5-10 $685 Head to upstate New York and the Adirondacks on a two-night adventure. You’ll explore Ausable Chasm, known as the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks, and float with your friends down the river. You’ll also visit the North Star Underground Railroad Museum. #Adulting Session 7: August 12-17 $575 Dreaming of life after high school? Learn skills that will help make that transition easier when the time comes. Try cooking some simple meals, practice for a job interview, change a tire, write up a resume, learn how to sew on a button, and more. There’s plenty of time for classic camp activities as well!

Haunted Happenings Session 7: August 12-17 $585 Do you love curling up with a spooky ghost story or watching a supernatural movie? Join us for Halloween in August! Write your own ghost stories, learn about gravestone rubbings, visit old cemeteries around New England, and venture out on a ghost tour. ENTERING GRADES 11-12 Counselor in Training (CIT) I Session 2D: July 8-27 Session 5D: July 29-August 17 $1,000 This three-week program is an opportunity for mature and qualified young women to work with children and receive on-the-job training. The program includes training in age-level characteristics, group dynamics, leadership development, life skills, teaching techniques, group planning, and decision- making skills. There will be opportunities to practice your skills, work directly with younger campers, and plan a camper choice. CITs live and work in their own patrol under the guidance of the Leadership Director. You must be able to attend all three weeks but return home during the session break weekend (July 20-22 for session 2D and August 2-5 for session 5D). ENTERING GRADE 12 Counselor in Training (CIT) II Session 1: July 1-6 Session 2: July 8-13 Session 3: July 15-20 Session 4: July 22-27 Session 5: July 29-August 3 Session 6: August 5-10 Session 7: August 12-17 FREE For CIT I graduates: This is the most fun internship ever! Live at camp, work in units, and get in-depth, on-the-job training. You will work with counselors in units and specialized areas around camp. An application will be sent to you upon receipt of your regular camp registration. References are required, and the Leadership Director will select qualified applicants. All girls are waitlisted until applications are reviewed and approved. You may be able to attend up to three weeks. Please indicate your preference when you register for camp. Girls accepted for sessions 2, 3, 5, or 6 may attend the Weekenders program (see page 17).

Counselor in Training (CIT) II Specialty Training Session 2: July 8-13 (Lifeguard) $125 Session 3: July 15-20 (Archery) $50 Session 6: August 5-10 (Low Ropes) $50 For CIT I graduates: Spend one of your CIT II weeks receiving a specialized training at camp. You will then plan and run those camper choice blocks for the rest of the week under the supervision of a staff member. Sign up for the activity you enjoy the most: session 2 for lifeguard training, session 3 for archery certification, or session 6 for low ropes certification.

Camp Runels • Pelham, NH

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 21 Camp Wabasso Classic camp escape with a twist! Summer Camp: July 1-August 17 ADDRESS 166 Route 114 Bradford, NH 03221 RESIDENT CAMP HOURS Start of session drop-off: Sunday, 2-4 PM End of session pick-up: Friday, 1-3 PM RESIDENT CAMP • BRADFORD, NH Camp Wabasso is a vibrant New England summer camp specializing in horseback riding, theater, and travel. Take the lead at our fully equipped riding stable, with horses for all riding abilities, plus two riding rings for lessons and practice. Our 200-acre site provides miles of safe riding trails. Stand front-and-center in our theater program or up your foodie skills with a cooking class. Classic camp activities include swimming, boating, archery, and crafts, plus woodworking and exciting day trips. No two sessions are alike, but you’ll find fun and friendship every day!

ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Open House June 3, 1-4 PM ⇨ Visit the theater to learn about our drama program, which includes costuming, stage design, and camper-led productions. ⇨ Talk to staff about the stables and finding the perfect horse for your experience and skill level. ⇨ Stop by the woodworking shop to get inspiration from other campers’ woodcraft and furniture projects.

22 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Wabasso • Bradford, NH ENTERING GRADES 2-12 Around the World Session 1: July 1-6 $575 Celebrate other countries and cultures while enjoying your favorite camp activities such as swimming, boating, and arts and crafts. Cook a dish from another country (like pie iron calzones!) over a campfire, spend time with staff who live abroad and hear their stories, enjoy delicious s’mores, and even try horseback riding. ENTERING GRADES 3-5 Horse Rider Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,235 This two-week program welcomes beginner-level horseback riders. Develop riding skills with six lessons and learn introductory commands, horse care, and grooming techniques. Instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level. Riding helmets and boots are available at camp. Wabasso Explorer Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,135 Wabasso has many special activities—come try them all! Spend two weeks boating, making art, trying archery, and cooking over a campfire with new friends. You’ll also get to take a horseback riding lesson.

Horse, of Course Session 3: July 22-27 Session 4: July 29-August 3 $695 Perfect for beginners, this one-week program develops basic horseback riding skills with three lessons. Learn introductory commands, horse care, and grooming techniques. Instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level. In addition, you’ll try other fun camp activities like boating, swimming, and cooking over a fire. Riding helmets and boots are available at camp. Wabasso Sampler Session 3: July 22-27 Session 4: July 29-August 3 $575 Especially fun for first-time campers, this one-week program samples Wabasso’s classic camp activities, from arts and crafts and swimming, to cookouts and archery, and even a horseback riding lesson!

ENTERING GRADES 6-8 A Splash of Art Session 2: July 8-20 $1,145 Do you love art and the water? Spend a day at the beach and a waterpark, go paddle boarding, and participate in fun waterfront activities. When you are not in the water, you will enjoy art activities like tie-dying, creating jewelry, and woodworking. My Wabasso Vacation Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,135 Design your own two-week vacation at Camp Wabasso. Fill your days with your choice of fun camp activities and plan a day trip to Lake Sunapee with your group. Try archery, art, and two horseback riding lessons. It’s all about what you want to do at camp! Take the Reins Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,235 Hop in the saddle for six riding lessons plus trail rides that will enhance and refine your riding skills. Groom, care for, and assist in tacking up the horses. Instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level for six lessons. Riding helmets and boots are available at camp.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 23 Camp Wabasso • Bradford, NH Chill Out Session 3: July 22-27 $595 Unwind and relax. Start your morning with yoga, have lunch at the beach, create natural beauty products, and even host a spa night for the whole camp. You will also participate in camp activities such as swimming and archery, and receive a horseback riding lesson. Paddle and Saddle Session 3: July 22-27 $695 Can’t decide between the lake and the horse barn? Explore both! Learn about horses in three riding lessons. Then go canoeing to spend time splashing and paddling on the water. Even enjoy a delicious floating lunch!

Step to the Beat Session 3: July 22-27 $675 Dance and horseback riding make this week a blast. Learn various dance moves to create an all-star dance show, then take three horseback riding lessons. Showcase your best moves—both on a horse and on the dance floor! Saddle Up Session 3: July 22-27 Session 4: July 29-August 3 $695 Take the reins for a week full of horseback riding! Work on enhancing and refining your riding skills during three lessons. Groom, care for, and assist in tacking up the horses. Instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level. Riding helmets and boots are available at camp. Summer Daze Session 3: July 22-27 Session 4: July 29-August 3 $575 Choose your own adventure! Fill your days with your group’s choice of favorite camp activities like horseback riding, woodworking, and arts and crafts. Also, plan an exciting day trip with your group. Lights, Camera, Action!

Session 4: July 29-August 3 $575 Step into the spotlight as the director or star of a movie production! Create your own “short” and film it for the whole camp to see. Between scenes, there will be plenty of time for traditional camp activities with new camp friends. Secret Agent Session 4: July 29-August 3 $575 Calling all future secret agents! Turn your camp unit into your own spy headquarters as you create coded messages to communicate with each other. Practice your skills using maps, compasses, and trail signs to leave clues for your fellow agents to follow during the mission. Plan a secret agent treasure hunt to complete your mission and save the day.

Wabasso Starlight Session 4: July 29-August 3 $575 Discover the wonders of Camp Wabasso after dark. Stay up late to explore camp by the light of the moon and stars. Enjoy a late night campfire with s’mores on the beach, then sleep in and enjoy breakfast in your pajamas. During the day, enjoy boating, swimming, crafts, woodworking, and all your favorite camp songs, too. Wild for Water Session 5: August 5-17 $1,250 Using Camp Wabasso as your base, enjoy several day trips and one overnight trip to exciting destinations around New Hampshire. Head to a water park and an ocean beach, and spend a day whitewater rafting. This will be a super-soaked adventure of a lifetime!

24 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Camp Wabasso • Bradford, NH ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Tails and Trails Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,235 Hop in the saddle for ring lessons and trail rides that will enhance and refine your riding skills. You’ll be a pro after six lessons with our experienced instructors. Groom, care for, and assist in tacking up the horses. Instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level. Riding helmets and boots are available at camp.

Wabasso Adventure Session 2: July 8-20 Session 5: August 5-17 $1,150 Take a break and chill out at camp. Create the perfect camp experience for YOU by choosing your favorite camp activities— have a riding lesson or make art. Splash around with swimming or boating. You’ll also go on a two-night overnight trip at a state park in scenic Vermont or New Hampshire. Wabasso Getaway Session 3: July 22-27 Session 4: July 29-August 3 $610 Experience everything Camp Wabasso has to offer with a classic summer camp getaway. Take a horseback riding lesson, make arts and crafts, and try boating. You’ll also plan a day trip with your group to Lake Sunapee.

ENTERING GRADES 11-12 Counselor in Training (CIT) I Session 4A: July 29-August 17 $1,000 This three-week program is an opportunity for mature and qualified young women to work with children and receive on- the-job training. The program includes training in age-level characteristics, group dynamics, leadership development, life skills, teaching techniques, group planning, and decision-making skills. There will be many opportunities to practice your skills while working in units and special areas. CITs live and work in their own patrol under the guidance of a leadership specialist. You must be able to attend all three weeks, but return home during the session break weekend between sessions 4 and 5.

ENTERING GRADE 12 Counselor in Training (CIT) II Session 2A: July 8-27 FREE For CIT I graduates: This is the most fun internship ever! Live at camp, work in units, and get in-depth, on-the-job training. You will work with counselors in units and specialized areas around camp. An application will be sent to you upon receipt of your regular camp registration. References are required, and the camp director will select qualified applicants. All girls are waitlisted until applications are reviewed and approved. You must be able to attend this program for all three weeks but must go home for between sessions 2 and 3. Depending on the needs of the camp, you may serve as a junior counselor for sessions 4 and 5.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 25 Camp Wind-in- the-Pines The adventure of a lifetime awaits! Summer Camp: June 24-August 17 ADDRESS 190 West Long Pond Road Plymouth, MA 02360 RESIDENT CAMP HOURS Start of session drop-off: Sunday, 1:30-3 PM End of session pick-up: Friday, 1:30-3 PM RESIDENT CAMP • PLYMOUTH, MA Camp Wind-in-the-Pines (WIP) is celebrating our 89th summer. WIP combines adventure sports, travel, and beloved camp activities into one unforgettable experience. Push your limits with our 20-foot rock face climbing wall, 35-foot high ropes course, and bouldering cave. Visit a variety of destinations, including Martha’s Vineyard, the Berkshire Mountains, and New Hampshire. Cap off your stay with a campfire, games, and crafts. Design your entire program with fellow campers, and see how friendships bloom. ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Open Houses April 14, 2-4 PM May 20, 12-2 PM June 20, 6-8 PM Named a Boston Parents Paper 2017 “Top 5 Resident Camp Family Favorite”!

26 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass ENTERING GRADE 2-3 Little Mermaids Session 1: June 24-29 Session 7: August 5-10 $575 Get in touch with your inner mermaid! Go swimming and boating, play water games, and build sandcastles. Enjoy lunch in a boat on Gallows Pond, and roast marshmallows over a floating campfire. Brownie Sampler Session 2A: July 1-3 Session 2B: July 4-6 Session 5A: July 22-24 Session 5B: July 25-27 $310 Is this your first time considering resident camp? Not sure you’re ready for a full week? Spend three days and two nights trying fun camp activities like making s’mores, arts and crafts, swimming, and more. Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 4:30-6 PM. Wednesday arrival is 10-11:30 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM.

Brownie Bites Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Don your chef’s hat and fill a recipe book with yummy treats. Have a tasty time learning cooking basics, baking sweets such as cookies and cupcakes, toasting a treat over the fire, and making delicious desserts for you and your friends to enjoy! You’ll learn the original Girl Scout Shortbread cookie recipe and bake it yourself. Silly Science Session 4: July 15-20 $575 Embrace the fun of science! Make your own rocket, and create Oobleck, Silly Putty, and edible crystals. Try silly and exciting experiments, and learn how much fun science can be. Once Upon a Crime Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 Something fishy is going on at camp and we need your help to unravel the mystery! Work as a team, learn how to fingerprint, and find the clues to solve the case.

Enchanted Forest Session 8: August 12-17 $575 Camp is full of forest creatures! Discover all the animals, both real and mystical, that live in the forest at camp. Get up close to animals at a live animal show, and learn about the magic at camp while creating fairy houses, playing games, and adventuring in search of forest gnomes. ENTERING GRADE 4-5 Outdoors and S’mores Session 1: June 24-29 Session 7: August 5-10 $575 Learn how to build a campfire and create your own s’mores with fruit, cookies, and other tasty ingredients. Explore nature while swimming, boating, making art, learning archery, and climbing the ropes course.

Adventure Team Session 2: July 1-6 $665 Pack a summer’s worth of adventure into one week! Work as a team on the challenge course, then fly through the sky on the high ropes course, or walk a tightrope 20 feet off the ground. Junior Sampler Session 2A: July 1-3 Session 2B: July 4-6 Session 5A: July 22-24 Session 5B: July 25-27 $310 Whether you are a first-time camper or you just want to try all the fun activities at camp, this sampler is designed for you. Experience swimming, boating, arts and crafts, archery, and more! Enjoy a campfire and s’mores in the evening while singing songs with new friends. Wednesday arrival is 10-11:30 AM and Friday departure is 1:30-3:30 PM. Sunday arrival is 1:30-3:30 PM and Tuesday departure is 4:30-6 PM.

Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 27 Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA Splashtacular Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Try out canoes and Corcls, and create your own synchronized swimming routine. Escape the summer heat at the waterfront by swimming, playing water games, and competing in relay races. Sugar and Spice Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Satisfy your sweet tooth! Test your skills in the kitchen with some camp classics like a banana boat and dough boy, and make delicious treats for your group to enjoy. Sports Spectacular Session 4: July 15-20 $575 Play sports of all sorts—from kickball to basketball, gaga to Quidditch. Stay active with new camp friends while playing traditional sports, and make up some games from your own imagination!

Fireflies Session 4: July 15-20 Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 As the moon rises, your camp fun continues as you explore all that nighttime offers. Make glow-in-the-dark crafts, play glow gaga, sleep under the stars, invent your own constellations, and enjoy staying up after everyone else is in bed! Game On Session 5: July 22-27 $575 Your favorite board games come to life in this fun-filled week. Play life-sized versions of Hungry Hungry Hippos, Jenga, Candy Land, and more! Then, use your imagination to create your own game. Pirate Pals Session 5: July 22-27 $575 Landlubbers beware, this is a week for buccaneers who want to prepare themselves for the seven seas. Learn how to use a map and compass, make your own ship, and dress the part of a pirate. Put your skills to the test in a camp treasure hunt to see what wonders you can find.

Jurassic Adventures Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 Which dinosaur is your favorite? Stegosaurus? Triceratops? Find out as you dig for fossils and make dinosaur tracks in the beach sand. Learn about these creatures of the past and create your very own dinosaur. Survivor Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 Do you have what it takes to make it as a WIP Survivor? Join a tribe, select your tribal colors, and create a plan of action. Learn wilderness survival skills such as tying knots, making a campfire, and building shelter, and put those skills to the test as you complete challenges.

Pioneer Girls Session 7: August 5-10 $575 Experience what it was like to live in the time of the American settlers. Bake bread, make jam and butter, and try traditional crafts such as dipped candles and corn husk dolls. Junior Explorers Session 7A: August 5-17 $1,130 Calling all explorers and adventurers! Spend two weeks sampling it all: boating, making art, trying archery, cooking over a fire, soaring in the sky, and climbing the rock wall. After exploring all camp has to offer, plan two day trips with your group.

28 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Art Attack Session 8: August 12-17 $575 Is art your passion? Capture the beauty of camp through your artwork and unique perspective! Enjoy art all around camp as you make your own jewelry, learn painting and drawing techniques, tie-dye, and more. Paws and Claws Session 8: August 12-17 $575 Experience classic camp fun with a focus on animals of all kinds. Discover the variety of creatures that live in the area, learn about animal care, and enjoy an animal show at camp.

ENTERING GRADES 6-8 Anything Goes Session 1: June 24-29 $575 Design your own camp adventure. As a group, choose how to spend your time—from boating and arts and crafts, to high ropes and archery. There are so many possibilities! Martha’s Vineyard Oasis Session 2: July 1-6 Session 3: July 8-13 Session 4: July 15-20 Session 6: July 29-August 3 Session 7: August 5-10 $695 Explore the spectacular natural beauty and the unique sites of Martha’s Vineyard. Watch the sunset from the beach, visit an alpaca farm, check out Oak Bluffs’ “gingerbread houses,” and try to grab your own brass ring on the Flying Horses Carousel. Paddlin’ Around Session 2: July 1-6 Session 5: July 22-27 $575 Spend your week on the water learning about different kinds of boats. Do a wet exit, attempt a roll in a kayak, stand up in a Corcl, go paddle boarding, and enjoy a floating lunch in canoes. Make friends with Gertrude the Lake Dragon, and complete a water obstacle course.

Heroes of Olympus Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Calling all heroes! Learn to shoot a bow and arrow like Artemis, swim and boat like Poseidon, build and create like Hephaestus, and learn other significant skills. Play capture the flag to see who can outwit their competitors. When training is complete, consult the Oracle and go on a camp-wide quest. Iron Chef Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Do you have the cooking skills to win? Get ready for an intense week of food challenges and contests. Learn how to prepare and present tasty treats for our end-of-week Iron Chef competition. Flying High Session 4: July 15-20 $685 Challenge yourself with activities that lift your feet off the ground! Fly through the sky on the high ropes course, and reach new heights while skydiving indoors at SkyVenture New Hampshire. You must complete a SkyVenture waiver online upon registration. Kayak Attack Session 4: July 15-20 $575 Are you crazy about kayaking? Learn the basics, including a wet exit, re-boarding, and paddling maneuvers. Test your skills on Gallows Pond and take a day trip to Halfway Pond. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 29 Insomniacs Session 4: July 15-20 Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 The fun starts with traditional camp activities, but the real adventure begins when the moon comes out! After sundown, enjoy a night hike, late-night snacks, a moonlight paddle, glow-in-the-dark crafts, and games under the stars. Roughin’ It Session 5: July 22-27 $575 Camping is “in-tents”! Gain all the skills necessary for traveling in the woods: pitch a tent, make a campfire, and sleep under the stars during an overnight trip. Hike Mount Monadnock and enjoy a week filled with new challenges and adventures.

Treasure Hunters Session 5: July 22-27 $575 Test your scuba skills in an underwater scuba scavenger hunt and see what treasures you can find below the surface. On land, take on a geocaching challenge to uncover the hidden treasures around camp. Waterlogged Session 5C: July 22-August 3 $1,150 Spend this two-week program in and on the water. Try swimming, boating, windsurfing, paddle boarding, playing water games, and more. Go scuba diving in Gallows Pond, and head off-camp for some sailing. You must be able to swim 50 meters and be comfortable in water over your head while wearing a personal flotation device. Cowabunga Session 6: July 29-August 3 $585 Cowabunga, dudes! Learn all about cows and the fun of farm life. Take on the Holy Cow element of the high ropes course, learn how ice cream and butter are made, and befriend a real cow when you visit a local dairy farm. It’s going to be a cow-razy week! The Spa Session 7: August 5-10 $575 Treat yourself to facials, make lip gloss and soap, and try yoga and relaxation exercises. Unwind in the sun while boating and swimming at the beach on Gallows Pond.

WIP: Camp of Witchcraft and Wizardry Session 7: August 5-10 $575 Uncover all the magic camp has to offer. Learn about science in Potions class and plants in Herbology, and compete in a camp Triwizard Tournament. Spend time conquering your fears and soaring to new heights on the high ropes course, and play Quidditch at the ball field. Zoo Crew Session 7A: August 5-17 $1,150 Learn about the different animals in the area and perform an animal dissection. Head off-camp to a zoo and aquarium to learn more about animals on land and in the water, including a behind- the-scenes experience led by a zookeeper. You will also go on an overnight trip to a zoo or aquarium and see the animals after dark. Believe in Your Bellyflop Session 8: August 12-17 $575 Are you ready to face your fears and believe in yourself (as well as your bellyflop)? Embrace the camp adventure lifestyle by conquering the Pamper Pole, soaring through the sky on the Flying Squirrel, and perfecting your form as you jump into the lake. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA “My daughter pushed herself while at camp to try new things, and as a result this has carried over to her everyday life.”

30 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Mischief Managed Session 8: August 12-17 $665 Excitement is just around the corner in this fun-filled week of challenges and obstacles. Become familiar with the ins and outs of camp to create your own secret map, then send your teammates on a wild scavenger hunt. Perfect for practical jokesters who enjoy the whimsical side of camp. Mixed Media Session 8: August 12-17 $575 Express your inner artist with a variety of creative art projects. Learn to draw, paint, work with clay, and use unconventional materials to create works of art. You will also enjoy classic camp activities.

ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Thrills and Chills Session 1: June 24-29 $685 Enjoy the thrills of camp from the high ropes course and the waterfront. Then venture off-camp to an amusement park to ride exhilarating rollercoasters, and to a water park to cool down on water slides. Floats Yo’ Boat Session 2: July 1-6 $575 Get on board with all types of boats! Go paddle boarding and attempt some yoga positions while balancing on the water. Kayak on Halfway Pond, Corcl in Gallows Pond, and test your teamwork in a canoe obstacle course. Then pack your dry bag and head out on the pond for an overnight on the other side of the water. Snack Attack Session 3: July 8-13 $575 Feed your hunger with snacks of all sorts. Make brownies, have a fondue party, and create your own candy bar. Satisfy your hunger for adventure with high ropes, archery, and more classic camp activities.

On the Loose Session 3A: July 8-20 $1,195 Join us for a two-week program exploring the lake and mountain regions of New Hampshire. Spend the first week at camp making friends and climbing the challenge courses. Then travel to New Hampshire for the second week to hike a section of the White Mountains and float down the Saco River. Finally, head to Camp Menotomy for the beauty and tranquility of Lake Winnipesaukee. You will return to Camp Wind-in-the-Pines for pick-up and bus transportation. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org RESIDENT CAMP | 31 Glow With the Flow Session 4: July 15-20 $675 Discover the magic of camp at night and sleep late in the morning. Challenge yourself with glow-in-the-dark high ropes, invent your own glow game, attempt a bullseye with glow-in-the-dark archery, and watch a movie under the stars. Hanging Around Session 5: July 22-27 $685 Explore the low and high ropes courses, challenging yourself in the sky and hanging with friends both old and new. Then go on high- flying field trips to a local rock gym and trapeze school. Water Warriors Session 5C: July 22-August 3 $1,390 Would you rather be in the water? Escape the summer heat with two weeks of water-filled fun. Get your scuba certification with a PADI Open Water Diver course and explore the depths of Gallows Pond. You’ll also spend time on the water’s surface—go for a float in a Corcl and try windsurfing.

Wild Outdoor World (WOW) Session 6: July 29-August 3 $575 It’s time to get wild! Learn new outdoor skills to connect with the wilderness around you. Forage for your food, track animals, and spend an overnight trip testing your outdoor skills. Afterward, kick back and relax in a hammock in the trees. Berkshire Bound Session 7A: August 5-17 $1,230 Are you ready for an exciting outdoor adventure? Spend one week at camp enjoying high ropes, the challenge course, archery, swimming, and boating. Then head to the Berkshires to go whitewater rafting, hiking, and much more! You will return to Camp Wind-in-the-Pines for pick-up and bus transportation. You must be 14 years old when camp begins.

Fiction, Fantasy, and Fun Session 7A: August 5-17 $1,135 Your imagination will soar as you live like your favorite book characters! Shoot archery like Katniss, compete in Quidditch like Harry, and show your inner Dauntless by testing your limits on the high ropes course. You will also write your own short story about camp. “Each summer at Camp WIP, my daughter’s independence, maturity, and leadership skills strengthen.” Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

32 | RESIDENT CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass ENTERING GRADE 11 Counselor in Training (CIT) I Session 6A: July 29-August 17 $1,000 This three-week program is an opportunity for mature and qualified young women to work with children and receive on- the-job training. The program includes training in age-level characteristics, group dynamics, leadership development, life skills, teaching techniques, group planning, and decision-making skills. There will be many opportunities to practice your skills while working in units and special areas. CITs live and work in their own patrol under the guidance of a leadership specialist. You must be able to attend all three weeks, but return home during the session break weekend, leaving August 3 and returning August 5. ENTERING GRADE 12 Counselor in Training (CIT) II Session 3B: July 8-27 FREE For CIT I graduates: this is the most fun internship ever! Live at camp, work in units, and get in-depth, on-the-job experience and training. You will work with counselors in units and specialized areas around camp. An application will be sent to you upon receipt of your regular camp registration. References are required, and the camp director will select qualified applicants. All girls are waitlisted until applications are reviewed and approved. You must be able to attend three consecutive weeks, but return home during the session break weekend, leaving July 20 and returning July 22. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org FAMILY AND TROOP/GROUP CAMPING | 33 G R O UP CAMP I N G Families, troops, and friends are invited to share all the adventures and cherished memories of summer camp! CAM P I N G F A M I L Y •TROOP• G R O U P

34 | FAMILY AND TROOP/GROUP CAMPING Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass G R O UP CAMP I N G “Unplugged” family, troop, and group getaways in the great outdoors! Share your love of camp with your family, troop, or friends! Set on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, Camp Menotomy welcomes families, troops, and groups for overnight visits. Forget screens and technology! Try our many activities led by certified staff. Swim and boat in the clear waters, head out on a nature hike, see who can hit a bullseye at the archery range, or work together on a scavenger hunt. Meals are served in the dining hall (if part of your program). Then join us for a nightly campfire sing-along! Sleeping accommodations are rustic cabins and platform tents. We’ll handle the details so you can enjoy your vacation together!

Please note: Any adult who attends with a camper must be a GSEMA registered member who has successfully completed a CORI/SORI criminal background check. The GSEMA membership fee is $25 per adult. Summer Camp: June 22-July 29 ADDRESS 386 Meredith Neck Road Meredith, NH 03253 Weekend Hours Check-in: Friday, 2-4 PM Check-out: Sunday, 1-2 PM Weekday Hours Check-in: 11 AM Check-out: 10 AM ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Camp Menotomy Meredith, NH New Camper Orientation Friday, 7-7:30 PM Welcome, campers! Settle in, grab a bite, then meet us to learn all about Camp Menotomy’s exciting activities, events, and policies.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org FAMILY AND TROOP/GROUP CAMPING | 35 G R O UP CAMP I N G Camp Menotomy • Meredith, NH Mom and Me June 22-24 July 13-15 $80 per person Bring your mom (or other adult female role model) to camp for a weekend all about the girls. Make art, explore nature, swim in the lake, challenge yourself at the archery range, or paddle a canoe. No matter what activities you choose, the warm memories will last a lifetime! Fun for the Whole Family! June 29-July 1 July 27-29 $80 per person As an affordable summer vacation or weekend outing, camping is a wonderful way for outdoor lovers of all ages to reconnect. Try boating, swimming, archery, hiking, campfires—share the fun of summer camp with your entire family!

Dad and Me July 6-8 $80 per person Invite your dad (or other adult male role model) on a dream camp vacation. Team up for a scavenger hunt or fire-building competition, and relax at the lake or around the campfire. This will be the weekend the two of you will talk about all year long! Camping Weekday Rentals (Register for each night that you would like to stay) July 16-20 July 23-27 $30 per tent (up to 4 people) per night Are you looking for a beautiful site to camp with your friends or family? Join us at our camp on peaceful Lake Winnipesaukee for one night—or many—for a picture-perfect camp experience. Hang out at camp or explore the surrounding area—you choose! Campers should bring their own equipment (overnight gear and food) and we will provide the site and lifeguards for the waterfront! Troop/Group Camping Weekend July 20-22 $40 per person If you’re eager to try overnight camping, but not sure you’re ready to do it on your own, Camp Menotomy is the perfect place to start. Certified lifeguards ensure a safe and relaxing waterfront experience, and trained camp staff lead fun and engaging activities like archery, nature hikes, art projects, and boating—all are great for first-time and veteran campers alike! Troops/groups are responsible for planning and cooking their breakfasts and lunches. At dinner, the whole camp comes together for family-style meals in the dining hall. Troops must adhere to the Girl Scout girl/adult safety ratios (per Volunteer Essentials, Chapter 4) and be accompanied by a first aid- and CPR-certified adult, in addition to an adult who has completed lodge camping training.

36 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Safe, fun, convenient, and affordable, from the most trusted name in girl leadership. DAY CAMP

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 37 DAY CAMP 95 years of fun and friendships! Just a hop, skip, and a jump from Boston, Camp Cedar Hill— on 75 acres of natural beauty—welcomes girls entering kindergarten through 12th grade to the life-changing experience of summer camp. Make new friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Try new adventures like archery, swimming in our two pools, boating in the pond, the high and low ropes challenge courses, and the alpine climbing tower. Participate in favorite camp activities like campfire cooking, s’mores, sing-alongs, and crafts. Round-trip bus transportation is provided. Plus, optional late nights and overnights are offered for an additional fee to girls in grades 2 and up.

ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Camp Cedar Hill Waltham, MA Open Houses March 14, 5:30-7:30 PM April 8, 1-3 PM May 6, 1-3 PM May 17, 5:30-7:30 PM Meet the Staff Night June 21, 5:30-7:30 PM Summer Camp: June 25-August 17 ADDRESS 241 Forest Street Waltham, MA 02452 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM DAY CAMP EXTENDED CARE 7:30-9 AM ($10) 4-6 PM ($15)

38 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES K-1 A Bug’s Life Session 1: June 25-29 $315 It’s all about flying bugs, burrowing worms, and creepy crawlers! Take a closer look at how these fascinating tiny creatures have adapted to their environment. Collect, observe, and create art to learn about all the unique creatures that are around us every day. Outdoor Artist Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Budding artists welcome! Create colorful works of art using a variety of media. Harness your creativity and let your imagination soar. The Princess in Black and the Mysterious Playdate Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Princess Magnolia returns to Camp Cedar Hill, but with a new friend. Make new friends, host tea parties, build fairy houses, and explore the beauty of camp!

Secret Agent Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Go undercover to collect clues for a secret mission. Learn how to write in code, make a disguise, and solve a mystery while exploring the outdoors and enjoying camp activities. Tiny Dancer Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Whether you already love to dance or want to learn how, camp is your dance studio! You and your friends will learn new moves (and create your own!) as you boogie your way to a dance party. Fairy Princesses Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Join us for a magical trip to fairyland! Practice your dance moves and dress up to recreate fairy tales. Enter an enchanted land each day and make friends with your fellow fairy princesses while crafting fairy wands and wings.

Water, Water Everywhere Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Beat the summer heat! Splash in the pool, run through the sprinklers, and play water games like Drip, Drip, Drop. It’s going to be a wet and wacky week! Wild, Wild West Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Get ready for a wild western camp experience! Cook over a campfire, play western-themed games, and discover what frontier life was like. You will even pan for “gold” and design your own cowgirl hat during this week on the western frontier! ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Camp Life Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Explore all camp has to offer! Nature, tie-dye, friendship bracelets, swimming, canoeing, archery, and so much more! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee). Around the World in 4 Days Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Collect stamps in your Cedar Hill passport as you travel around camp singing songs, making art, playing games, and embracing other activities from around the world.

Camp Cedar Hill • Waltham, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 39 DAY CAMP Storytellers Session 2B: July 2-13 (No camp on July 4) $565 It’s story time! Transform a story into a skit, a work of art, and a dance. Then work as a team to create your own story and perform it for other campers and staff. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 11 (additional fee). Brownie Adventures Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Try out all the adventures at camp—go boating, tackle the low ropes course, spend time at the archery range, climb the traverse wall, and even give water aerobics a shot.

All Summer Friends Session 3D: July 9-August 17 $1,950 This six-week program is the ultimate camp experience and is inspired by Megan McDonald’s book Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer. Make new friends while enjoying the “not bummer summer” activities at camp. Swim, create art, play games, sing songs, and much more. Backyard Games Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Learn how to play classic yard games including croquet, kickball, bocce, KanJam, jump rope, and badminton. Continue celebrating the season with a classic summer barbecue! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee). Space is the Place Session 4B: July 16-27 $630 Embrace outer space as you make your own spaceship, shoot a rocket into the sky, and stargaze on an optional overnight. End your week with a Martian party! Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 25 (additional fee).

Animals in the Wild Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Enjoy all that camp has to offer with a focus on animals of all kinds. Discover the different animals that live in the area, learn about animal care, and have fun making woodland crafts. Time Travelers Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Start your week by building a time machine and traveling back in time! Explore the Girl Scout Museum and learn about Girl Scouts from past decades. Try on vintage Girl Scout uniforms and earn a retired Brownie Try-It. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee).

Rangerettes Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $630 Explore many classic camp skills and crafts! Make candles, sit-upons, and tie-dye. Follow trail signs, make bark rubbings, and learn how to tell the age of a tree. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, August 8 (additional fee). Be Cool in the Pool Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Beat the summer heat with pool games, splash contests, lunch in a canoe, swimming skills development, and of course, a pool party. It’s going to be a cool week! Imaginarium Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Make a craft from nature. Let imagination be your guide as you create from a bag of mystery materials that are found around camp. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee).

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40 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Heads Up Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Enjoy the high ropes course, make and fly a kite, create a parachute game, find the highest point at camp, and participate in classic camp activities. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee). World Traveler Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Spend this four-day week on an epic world adventure and make new camp friends! Each day will be filled with songs and games from around the world. You will also learn about each of the Girl Scout World Centers.

The Show Must Go On Session 2B: July 2-13 (No camp on July 4) $565 Write a script, play improvisation games, create a set, and design costumes. Then perform your show for the camp. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 11 (additional fee). Jazzy Jewelry Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Using a variety of materials, design and create your own jewelry. Also learn to make your own beads using clay, paper, and more. Embrace your creativity and show off your jazzy side! Sherlocks Session 4: July 16-20 $315 There has been a “crime” at camp and we need your help to investigate it! Solve riddles, collect evidence, and follow the clues to solve this crime. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee).

Reach for the Stars Session 4B: July 16-27 $630 Build a model of the solar system, perform hands-on experiments, construct space crafts, and explore the night sky! Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 25 (additional fee). Think Green Fashionistas Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Embrace upcycling and design your own fashion. Make a shirt from a pillowcase, create jewelry from recycled cans, and design a bag using an old pair of blue jeans. At the end of the week, display your designs to other campers at the Cedar Hill Fashion Show. Scraptaculous Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Spend the week making memories and taking photos! Canoe around the pond, climb the high ropes course, and learn about photography and scrapbooking. Add a new page to your scrapbook every day, and bring it home as a keepsake. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee).

Happy Hikers Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $650 Learn the basics of hiking while you explore the nature trails at camp. Use trail signs and compasses to navigate your way. Plan a day of hiking complete with your very own trail snack. Please bring a pair of long pants for hiking. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, August 8 (additional fee). Heroic Women Session 7: August 6-10 $335 Engage in science experiments inspired by Rachel Carson, pioneering author and nature scientist. Visit Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House, where this famous New England native wrote and set the classic novel Little Women. Explore how Girl Scouts changed the world and let your inner Beyoncé shine at a dance party. Spies Among Us Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Ever wonder what it is like to be a spy? This is your chance to make spy glasses, dress in disguise, learn how to break codes, climb through a laser maze, and write messages with invisible ink. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee). Camp Cedar Hill • Waltham, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 41 DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES 6-10 Beyond Paint by Numbers Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Take your love of painting to the next level. Learn different painting techniques and make your own paint using materials found in nature. Paint a mural at camp and leave your mark! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee). Amazing Race Around the World Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Race around camp while participating in tasks and challenges inspired by other countries and cultures—but watch out for detours during this whirlwind adventure!

Civil Engineering Session 2B: July 2-13 (No camp on July 4) $565 Your task is to build a new bridge at Cedar Hill. You must work as a team to brainstorm, create, build, and test. Female engineers will come to camp to advise and give feedback on your design! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 11 (additional fee). Anything Goes Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Camp Cedar Hill has so much to offer, and during this session, you get to design your own camp adventure! What fun, team-building activities will you try? Swimming, cookouts, art… you and your group will decide!

Conquerors Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Spend your time in the great outdoors and explore camp. Build a shelter that will keep you dry, hike through nature trails, canoe around the pond, cook over a fire, climb the high ropes, make paracord bracelets, build fires with and without matches, and more! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee). Ready, Set, Runway Session 4B: July 16-27 $630 Wouldn’t it be awesome to create your own outfit? Learn how to sew pieces of clothing and use some unconventional materials to make a new look. Then display your designs for other campers to admire at the Cedar Hill Fashion Show. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 25 (additional fee).

A Very Potter Week Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Camp Cedar Hill has turned into Hogwarts! Have an adventure in the sky at the high ropes course, compete in a Quidditch match, create a wand, and even catch some fantastic beasts around camp. Camp is going to be full of magic! Natural Wonders Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Explore the nature trails Cedar Hill has to offer and clear brush from a trail. Learn about trail maintenance and build a raised garden for camp. You will also participate in classic camp activities. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee). Cedar Hill Shark Tank Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $630 Discover your inner entrepreneur. You will have two weeks to design and create an invention or product, and then present it to a panel. Participate in classic camp activities along the way. Stay for the optional overnights on Wednesday, August 8, and Thursday August 9 (additional fee).

Exploring Forensics Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Your job is to work as a team to collect the evidence and solve the “camp crime.” There will be fingerprints, footprints, and other pieces of evidence to help you identify the culprit and solve the case. Unearth the Myth Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Explore popular myths and assumptions to discover whether they are fact or fiction. You’ll be surprised at the results! Become an author as you write a book on debunking myths and come up with some of your own theories to test as you enjoy all camp has to offer. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee).

Camp Cedar Hill • Waltham, MA

42 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES 7-9 Program Aide I Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $630 This two-week program is a great first step for future camp counselors. You will receive leadership training as you learn about Girl Scout programs, work with younger girls, and practice your outdoor skills. Program Aides will enjoy being campers and participating in general camp activities. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, August 8 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 8-9 Adventures in Leadership Session 4B: July 16-27 $630 Take charge of your camp experience! Complete service projects and plan a day of adventure. Work with your teammates to help make camp even better, and go off-camp for an adventure as well! Plan you own trip, make your own schedule, and mentor younger girls by planning and leading fun activities. ENTERING GRADES 8-10 Program Aide II Session 2B: July 2-13 $630 This two-week program is for girls who have completed Program Aide I during a previous summer. In addition to receiving advanced training, you will become proficient in an area of interest, such as swimming, boating, archery, challenge course, or arts and crafts. During the second week, you will have the opportunity to assist counselors in leading camp activities. Stay for the optional overnight on Wednesday, July 11 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 9-11 Day Camp Assistant (DCA) Session 1: June 25-29 Session 4: July 16-20 Session 5: July 23-27 Session 7: August 6-10 Session 8: August 13-17 $200 This program is available to girls who have participated in Program Aide I or Program Aide Core Training at a GSEMA camp in a previous summer. You will have the chance to work directly in units or specialty areas with younger girls, practice leading an activity, and help with the everyday running of the unit. Candidates may apply for up to three weeks. There are a limited number of DCA positions available per session. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application and camp director approval are received. ENTERING GRADES 10-11 Day Camp Specialist (DCS) Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $160 Session 6: July 30-August 3 $200 Day camp specialists will assist in art, pool activities, boating, archery, high and low ropes courses, and more. Available to girls who have completed Program Aide I, Program Aide II, and Day Camp Assistant. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application and camp director approval are received. Camp Cedar Hill • Waltham, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 43 DAY CAMP Camp Cedar Hill • Waltham, MA Camp Cedar Hill Bus Stops Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Milton Kelly Field Parking Lot, Brook Road 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Mattapan Chittick Elementary School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Hyde Park Another Course to College School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Dedham Avery School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off Jamaica Plain Centre Street Monument 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Brookline Pierce School 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Brookline (AM) Devotion School 8:25 AM N/A Brookline (PM) Congregation Kehillath Israel N/A 4:35 PM Brighton Our Lady of Presentation 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 3 pick-up drop-off Bedford First Parish Unitarian Church 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Lexington Bridge Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Lexington Harrington Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Arlington Dallin Elementary School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Belmont Butler Elementary School 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 4 pick-up drop-off Roslindale Roslindale Branch Library 7:55 AM 5:05 PM West Roxbury Holy Name Church 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Needham Greendale Avenue Worship Center 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Newton Centre Mason Rice Elementary School 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 5 pick-up drop-off Dorchester Lee School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Dorchester St. Mark’s Church 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Dorchester Dewar Street & Dorchester Avenue 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Roxbury Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Boston 95 Berkeley Street 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 6 pick-up drop-off Cambridge Kennedy-Longfellow School 7:40 AM 5:20 PM Somerville Winter Hill Community School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Cambridge Peabody School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Somerville West Somerville Neighborhood School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Arlington Thompson Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Arlington Arlington High School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Belmont Winn Brook School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 7 pick-up drop-off Everett Target Parking Lot 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Malden Immaculate Conception Church 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Medford Brooks Elementary School 8:25 AM 4:35 PM Winchester Town Hall 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 8 pick-up drop-off Acton R.J. Grey Junior High School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Maynard Green Meadow School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Lincoln Lincoln School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Weston Weston Scout House 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 9 pick-up drop-off Marlborough Kane Elementary School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Sudbury Atkinson Swimming Pool 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Framingham Potter Road Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Wayland Town Hall 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 10 pick-up drop-off Framingham McCarthy School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Natick Brown Elementary School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Wellesley Fiske Elementary School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Newtonville F.A. Day Middle School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Cedar Hill 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

44 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP New England’s premier water sports camp for girls! Day camp fun on the Cape! Whether you live on Cape Cod year- round, spend your summers here, or are just visiting for a week or two, Camp Favorite has a program for you. This summer we’re celebrating 60 years of classic camp activities and all the water fun you can imagine. Sailing, biking, swimming, outdoor cooking, crafts, songs, and games could all be a part of your days at camp. On our corner of Long Pond, making new friends and memories for a lifetime is all in a day’s play. Summer Camp: June 25-August 17 ADDRESS 208 Crowell’s Bog Road Brewster, MA 02631 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM DAY CAMP EXTENDED CARE M-F, 4-5 PM (FREE) ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Camp Favorite Brewster, MA Open Houses June 10, 10 AM-2 PM June 27, 1-4 PM ⇨ Find your place in the sun overlooking Cape Cod’s beautiful Long Pond. ⇨ Discover new challenges including archery, sailing, and biking.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 45 DAY CAMP 60th Anniversary Celebration! Camp Favorite families, friends, and alumnae, please join us at camp for a 60th anniversary celebration July 27-29, 2018! Experience the thrill of camp while participating in classic camp activities. Bring a sleeping bag and stay the whole weekend, or spend a day with friends and family, embracing all camp has to offer. Food will be provided! Visit the Camp Favorite Facebook page in spring 2018 or contact campfavorite@gsema.org for event details. ENTERING GRADES 1-3 Shooting Stars Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Blast off into summer! Make space-themed costumes, learn all about outer space, and have a dance party on the moon. Splish Splash Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $245 Swimming, boating, water games, and more. Enjoy extra beach time this week with a floating lunch and twilight swim. Play Drip, Drip, Drop or sponge tag, and glide down a giant Slip ’N Slide. Icky, Sticky Science Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Get messy at camp! Make Oobleck, slime, and Elephant Toothpaste. Create your own ice cream and have fun on the Slip ’N Slide. Be sure to bring clothes you can get messy in and gear up for some ooey, gooey fun!

Furry Friends Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Discover which furry friends make great pets and where to look for wildlife. You’ll also enjoy animal-themed games, songs, and crafts. S’more Snacks Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Roast marshmallows and make s’mores during this delicious week at camp. Try outdoor cooking as you create some easy and tasty snacks, then enjoy all the other fun activities camp has to offer. Crafty Campers Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Let your creative side loose! Make your own tie-dye, friendship bracelets, duct tape creations, lead rubbings, and more! Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA Little Mermaids Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Get in touch with your inner mermaid! Swim in Long Pond, learn about sea creatures, and make sea-themed art. Pirate Party Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Arrr you ready for pirate week? Make your own pirate costumes to wear as you try out sailing, play pirate games, and search for buried treasure!

ENTERING GRADES 4-6 Galaxy Girls Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Reach for outer space! Search the night sky for constellations and learn the stories behind them. Build your own rockets, play space games, and end the week with a dance party on the moon! Beach Bash Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $245 Swim, sail, and paddle away your days on beautiful Long Pond. Soak up the sun, play in the sand, and have an incredible beach bash with your new camp friends! Sci-Tastic Session 3: July 9-13 $315 It’s time to get messy! Perfect your slime recipe, then make your own volcano and watch it explode. You’ll discover the science behind the ooey, gooey fun!

46 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Camp Favorite • Brewster, MA Animaniacs Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Meet other animal lovers at camp and together learn about all kinds of exotic creatures. How do animals that live in the desert stay cool? What kind of animals live in the ocean? Spend your days exploring different outdoor environments and microclimates at camp. Favorite Foodies Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Learn different campfire cooking techniques to create delicious snacks and desserts like the s’maco (a s’mores taco) at the camp where it was created.

DIY Camp Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Unleash your creative side and learn crafts that are part of Girl Scout camp tradition. Make tie-dye, friendship bracelets, and much more! Under the Sea Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Do you love the water? Swim in our fresh water pond. Take a trip to the ocean to play in the water, and discover the sea creatures there as well! Ahoy Matey! Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Join the pirate adventure! You and your fellow camp buccaneers will sail, make your own pirate ship, and search for buried treasure. Camp Favorite Bus Stops Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Eastham Eastham United Methodist Church 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Chatham Monomoy Regional Middle School 8:25 AM 4:35 PM Harwich Cape Cod Regional Technical High School 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Favorite 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off Sandwich Sandwich High School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Hyannis Cape Cod Community College (Lots 4 & 5) 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Dennis Public Library 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Favorite 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 47 DAY CAMP Outdoor thrills in a day camp setting! Classic camp adventures are close to home at Camp Maude Eaton. Explore the natural wonders of the Lou Henry Hoover Sanctuary and Nature Trail. Go for a daily swim or boat ride in Pomps Pond. Take aim at the archery range. For high-flying excitement, conquer the high ropes course or the Flying Squirrel. Optional late nights (grades 1 and up) or overnights (grades 4 and up) are filled with favorite camp activities like singing, crafts, and cookouts. Every day is packed with possibilities for new memories and friendships.

Camp Maude Eaton complies with the Summer Camp regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed by the Andover Board of Health. Summer Camp: June 25-August 17 ADDRESS 141 Abbot Street Andover, MA 01810 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM DAY CAMP EXTENDED CARE 7:30-9 AM ($10) 4-6 PM ($15) ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Camp Maude Eaton Andover, MA Open Houses April 29, 3-4:30 PM May 6, 1-4 PM Meet the Staff Night June 18, 5:30-7:30 PM

48 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES 1-3 Storybook Summer Session 1: June 25-29 $315 All your favorite fairy tales come to life! Create your own fairy princess costume, build fairy houses, listen to fairy tales (or make up your own) while enjoying swimming, boating, and all that camp has to offer. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee). Summer Bucket List Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 What’s on your summer bucket list? Maybe it’s boating for the first time, or reaching a new swimming goal. Experience your favorite camp activities, like archery, creating art, cooking over a fire, and more.

I Didn’t Know That Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Be amazed at the natural world. Learn about the various animals that live around camp while looking for their homes and footprints. Observe nature at its finest while swimming, boating, hiking, and making art. Arty Party Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Everyone’s an artist! Learn new techniques and experiment with different materials such as paper plates, craft sticks, clay, paint, and more as you create your masterpiece to display at an all-camp art show. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee).

Are You Up to the Challenge? Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Learn to work together while playing fun new games and team- building activities. Challenge yourself on the low ropes course and be amazed at what you can achieve! There will also be time to enjoy other camp activities like swimming, boating, and arts and crafts. Brownie Bites Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Bring your appetite and prepare delicious snacks and desserts. Learn different fire-building and campfire cooking techniques by making an “edible fire.” You’ll also swim, canoe, hike, and make art. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee).

Splish Splash Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Escape the summer heat with a wet week of camp. In addition to your daily swim, you’ll go boating, play water games, and participate in a water carnival at the end of the week. Brownies on Broadway Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Get ready to put on your dancing shoes, sing your best, and be a star! Play theater games and make your own costume and props for an all-camp performance at the end of the week. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Once Upon a Time Session 1: June 25-29 $315 This week is powered by your imagination and the magic of camp. Build a house for the three little pigs that can’t be blown down, create a trail for Hansel and Gretel, and make the perfect snack with Goldilocks to share with the three bears. Create your own story as you enjoy swimming, boating, archery, the ropes course, and all that camp has to offer. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee).

Camp Maude Eaton • Andover, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 49 DAY CAMP Fun in the Sun Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Experience the most popular summer camp activities and see how easy it is to make new friends and memories that last a lifetime. The fun includes swimming, boating, arts and crafts, archery, and more. Outdoor Discovery Session 3: July 9-13 $315 How do animals that live in the desert stay cool? What animals live in the ocean? Spend your days exploring different outdoor environments and microclimates at camp. Then enjoy programs around camp, including swimming, boating, archery, the challenge course, and arts and crafts. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 12 (additional fee).

Crazy Crafters Session 4: July 16-20 $315 If you love to draw, paint, and craft, this is the perfect week for you! Let your imagination soar as you make new projects every day, including a masterpiece to display at an all-camp art show. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee). Right on Target Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Learn to aim and shoot on the archery range. Play archery games and challenge your counselors to a competition at the end of the week. Between your archery skills trainings, you’ll swim, boat, make s’mores, and experience your best camp life! Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 26 (additional fee).

Sugar and Spice Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Do you love to cook? Take some classic recipes and add a camp twist! Try different methods of campfire cooking and plan an awesome cookout for the end of the week. You’ll also have plenty of time for other fun activities with your new culinary camp friends. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee). Splashtacular Session 7: August 6-10 $315 If being in the water is your thing, this is the week for you! In addition to your daily swim, you’ll go boating, play water games, and participate in a water carnival at the end of the week. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, August 9 (additional fee). Center Stage Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Make camp your stage! Learn different acting methods, play improvisation games, and create costumes and props for an all- camp performance at the end of the week. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 6-10 Fiction, Fantasy, and Fun Session 1: June 25-29 $315 Bring your favorite books and movies to life! Shoot archery like Katniss, compete in a Quidditch match like Harry Potter, and show your inner superhero by pushing your limits on the ropes course. Your imagination will soar as you live out your favorite stories! Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, June 27 (additional fee). Outdoor Adventure Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $252 Time-honored camp traditions are front and center this week! Enjoy swimming, boating, nature exploration, archery, arts and crafts, and so much more. You are sure to make amazing friends and memories.

Myth Busters Session 3: July 9-13 $315 Is the sky really blue? Should you wear light-colored clothing to stay cool in the summer sun? Explore these and other assumptions to discover whether they are fact or fiction. You’ll be surprised at the results! Come up with some of your own theories to test as you enjoy all camp has to offer. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 12 (additional fee). Camp Maude Eaton • Andover, MA

50 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Shutterbugs Session 4: July 16-20 $340 Take your photography beyond the simple snapshot. See camp differently through the lens of a camera and use your photos to create works of art. This program is limited to 12 girls, so reserve your spot early. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee). Young at Art Session 4: July 16-20 $315 Take your imagination to the next level and create beautiful art using materials you may never have thought of. Make new projects every day and display your favorite pieces at an all- camp art show. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, July 18 (additional fee).

Bullseye Club Session 5: July 23-27 $315 Learn or perfect your archery skills. Practice your techniques and play archery games. You can even challenge your counselors to a competition at the end of the week. Between your archery skills trainings, join your pals for camp activities that are right on target for summer fun! Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 26 (additional fee). Outdoor Gourmet Session 6: July 30-August 3 $315 Try some of your favorite recipes and experiment to create new ones using different outdoor cooking methods. Learn to build a campfire and follow proper safety procedures as you plan a cookout for the end of the week. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 1 (additional fee).

Beach Bash Session 7: August 6-10 $315 Have an incredible beach bash as you spend your days on beautiful Pomps Pond. Go swimming, enjoy paddle boarding, try a tippy test in a canoe, and do water yoga. Finish off your week by participating in a water carnival. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, August 9 (additional fee). All the World’s a Stage Session 8: August 13-17 $315 Learn what it takes to create a successful theater production, from set design to blocking the actors’ movements on stage. Work together to write the script, produce the show, and direct the cast and crew for an all-camp production at the end of the week. Stay for the optional late night on Wednesday, August 15 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 7-12 Program Aide I Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $630 This two-week program is a great first step for future camp counselors. You will receive leadership training as you learn about Girl Scout programs, work with younger girls, and practice your outdoor skills. Program Aides will enjoy being campers and participating in general camp activities. This program cannot be combined with Program Aide II or What’s Next in the same summer. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, August 9 (additional fee).

ENTERING GRADES 8-12 Program Aide II Session 4B: July 16-27 $630 This two-week program is for girls who have completed Program Aide I during a previous summer. In addition to receiving advanced training, you will become proficient in an area of interest such as swimming, boating, archery, challenge course, or arts and crafts. During the second week, you will have the opportunity to assist counselors in leading camp activities. This program cannot be combined with Program Aide I or What’s Next in the same summer. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 26 (additional fee). ENTERING GRADES 9-12 What’s Next? Session 2B: July 2-13 $315 This two-week program is available to girls who have completed Program Aide I and II at a GSEMA camp. You will take your leadership to the next level by planning and leading several specialty blocks for units throughout the week. There are a limited number of positions available. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application is received and approved, and an interview with the camp director is completed. This program may be repeated in subsequent summers until the applicant reaches 18 years of age. Stay for the optional overnight on Thursday, July 12 (additional fee).

Camp Maude Eaton • Andover, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 51 DAY CAMP Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Billerica Marshall Middle School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Wilmington Shawsheen Elementary School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Tewksbury North East Elementary School 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Tewksbury Enterprise Bank, Andover Street 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Andover West Parish Church 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off Haverhill Haverhill High School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Methuen Heav’nly Donuts 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Methuen St. Monica Church 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Lawrence Market Basket, Essex Street 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Lawrence Wetherbee Elementary School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM North Andover Burger King 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 3 pick-up drop-off Beverly Shaw’s Supermarket, Dodge Street 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Peabody Thomas Carroll School 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Danvers CVS, 311 Newbury Street 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Middleton Howe-Manning Elementary School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM North Andover Franklin Elementary School 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Camp Maude Eaton • Andover, MA Camp Maude Eaton Bus Stops Bus 4 pick-up drop-off Saugus Lynnhurst Elementary School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Lynnfield Lynnfield Middle School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM North Reading Town Hall 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 5 pick-up drop-off Stoneham Stoneham Middle School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Woburn Wyman Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Burlington Burlington High School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Wilmington St. Dorothy’s Church 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 6 (Sessions 7 and 8 ONLY) pick-up drop-off Chelmsford South Row Elementary School 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Chelmsford McCarthy Middle School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Lowell C.W. Morey Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Dracut Hannaford Supermarket (Pleasant Street) 8:25 AM 4:35 PM Camp Maude Eaton 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

52 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Summer adventure, forever friendships! Meet new friends and make great memories at Camp Rice Moody—the perfect place for day campers for over 67 years! Take part in planning your camp experiences with counselors and fellow campers. Choose from favorite camp activities like arts and crafts, games, and singing, plus exciting field trips for older girls. Splash in the swimming pool and enjoy an outdoor feast around the fire pit. Not ready for a full day? Popular half-day options are available for our youngest campers (grades K-1), plus extended care at no extra cost makes Camp Rice Moody a great childcare alternative for busy families. Girls in grades 6-12 can receive leadership training and go on exciting field trips. Whether you come for a week or the whole summer, it’s the best way to sample all the fun of camp!

Summer Camp: June 25-August 17 ADDRESS 29 Rice Road Reading, MA 01867 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM HALF-DAY HOURS M-F, 9 AM-1 PM DAY CAMP EXTENDED CARE 8-9 AM (FREE) 4-5 PM (FREE) ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Camp Rice Moody Reading, MA Open Houses March 3, 1-2 PM April 4, 6-7 PM May 5, 1-2 PM Meet the Staff Night June 12, 5:30-7:30 PM

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 53 DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES K-1 Art Explorer Session 1: June 25-29 $270 Session 1A: June 25-29 $160 (half-day) Everyone’s an artist! Learn new techniques and experiment with different materials such as paper plates, craft sticks, and more as you create works of art. S’mores Galore Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $216 Session 2A: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $128 (half-day) Do you like to explore in the outdoors? Learn new outdoor cooking methods, go on a nature scavenger hunt, swim in the pool, and treat yourself to a s’mores creation.

The World of Seuss Session 3: July 9-13 $270 Session 3A: July 9-13 $160 (half-day) Explore the zany world of Dr. Seuss! Become a member of the Truffula Tree Conservation Society, have a Seuss-themed cookout, and go on a scavenger hunt to find Thing 1 and Thing 2. Pixie Dust Session 4: July 16-20 $270 Session 4A: July 16-20 $160 (half-day) Join us for a magical adventure frolicking with the pixies! You’ll receive a unique pixie name, earn your wings, play fairy games, go on a hike in search of pixie dust, and celebrate at a pixie party. The Princess in Black Takes a Vacation Session 5: July 23-27 $270 Session 5A: July 23-27 $160 (half-day) Princess Magnolia is taking a vacation and so should you! Explore all that camp has to offer through the eyes of this literary princess. Make a tiara, swim in the pool, make a campfire creation, and more.

Ooey Gooey Fun Session 6: July 30-August 3 $270 Session 6A: July 30-August 3 $160 (half-day) Get messy at camp! Make Oobleck, slime, and Elephant toothpaste. Develop your own ice cream recipe and zoom down the Slip ’N Slide. Bring clothes you can get messy in and gear up for some fun. Daisies on Broadway Session 7: August 6-10 $270 Session 7A: August 6-10 $160 (half-day) Put on your dancing shoes, sing your best, and shine! Play theater games with your new friends, learn some dance moves, and write a camp song. At the end of the week, perform for the whole camp. Little Mermaids Session 8: August 13-17 $270 Session 8A: August 13-17 $160 (half-day) Get in touch with your inner mermaid! Swim in the pool, learn about undersea creatures, and make marvelous mermaid crafts. ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Art Attack Session 1: June 25-29 $270 Discover your creativity as you try painting, drawing, jewelry making, and more. You will bring home a piece of art every day to show family and friends.

S’more the Merrier Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $216 Enjoy arts and crafts, swimming, a s’mores creation bar, and more. Explore different types of s’mores and other camp treats. Build a fire and learn cooking techniques, including how to cook over a campfire. The Cat in the Hat Comes Back Session 3: July 9-13 $270 The Cat in the Hat returns for more camp adventures! Make some Oobleck, go on a scavenger hunt to find Thing 1 and Thing 2, and create your own Dr. Seuss character, all while enjoying classic camp activities.

Camp Rice Moody • Reading, MA

54 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Enchanted Fairy Forest Session 4: July 16-20 $270 The fairies are back and waiting to be discovered! Construct and design fairy houses, and learn the fairies’ secrets while you walk along the nature trail, explore the woods, and enjoy the wonders of the outdoors. Mischief Makers Session 5: July 23-27 $270 Someone’s up to no good. Is it you? Embrace your silly side while playing games, and make the perfect disguise. Help keep camp out of trouble when you solve a camp “crime.” Science Wonders Session 6: July 30-August 3 $270 Want to make your own slime and ice cream? This is going to be a fun and messy (in a good way!) week full of awesome experiments. Glitterbugs Session 7: August 6-10 $270 Embrace glitter as you make sparkly creations—like your own butterfly wings! You can even add some sparkle at your cookout using sugar glitter to decorate your dessert. Splashtactular Session 8: August 13-17 $270 Escape the heat during a wet week at camp! Swim in the pool, splash on the Slip ’N Slide, play water games in the field, and try water aerobics or yoga.

ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Camp Picasso Session 1: June 25-29 $285 Take your love of painting to the next level. Learn different techniques and make your own paint using ingredients found in nature. Paint a mural at camp and leave your mark! S’more than Camp Fun Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $228 Outdoor cooking is going to get interesting! Plan and make two awesome meals and some snacks using different methods of outdoor cooking. Learn to cook almost anything outdoors! Beadmania Session 3: July 9-13 $285 Bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and more! Jewelry lovers will enjoy a week of beading fun. Make your own beads and create several new pieces of wearable art.

Crazy Crafters Session 4: July 16-20 $285 Spend the week creating a variety of crafts. Construct wall art from magazine pages, wallets from duct tape, and bags from T-shirts. Embrace your creativity and let your imagination soar as you create! CSI: Rice Moody Session 5: July 23-27 $285 There has been a “crime” at camp and we need your help to investigate it. Answer riddles, collect evidence, and follow the clues to solve the crime. Wonka Vision Session 6: July 30-August 3 $285 Become a chocolatier during this candy-crazy week. Make chocolates, caramels, lollipops, and many more varieties of yummy candy.

Camp Rice Moody • Reading, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 55 DAY CAMP Design Divas Session 7: August 6-10 $285 Is fashion your passion? Make a fabulous headband and some jewelry, too. Bring an old T-shirt and upcycle it into something completely new. At the end of the week, show off your new designs on the runway. Into the Deep Session 8: August 13-17 $285 This week is all about water! Swim, play water polo, and do water aerobics in the pool. Also go boating, play on the Slip ’N Slide, and create new water games!

ENTERING GRADES 6-10 Ready to Help Session 3B: July 9-20 Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $540 This two-week program is a great first step for campers who would like to be counselors in the future. You will receive leadership training as you learn about Girl Scout programs, work with younger girls, and practice your outdoor skills. You will also enjoy general camp activities and go on two field trips. ENTERING GRADES 6-12 Day Camp Assistant (DCA) Session 1: June 25-29 Session 3: July 9-13 Session 4: July 16-20 Session 5: July 23-27 Session 6: July 30-August 3 Session 7: August 6-10 Session 8: August 13-17 $170 This program is available to girls who have attended Camp Rice Moody’s Ready to Help session, Program Aide I, or Program Aide Core Training at a GSEMA camp in a previous summer. You will have the chance to work directly in units or specialty areas with younger girls, practice leading an activity, and help with everyday running of the unit. Candidates may apply for up to three weeks. There are a limited number of DCA positions available per session. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application and camp director approval are received.

Camp Rice Moody • Reading, MA Camp Rice Moody Bus Stops Bus 1 pick -up drop-off Medford Brook’s Elementary (back of school) 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Chelsea Burke Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Malden Ferryway School (side entrance) 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Melrose Roosevelt School (back entrance) 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Wakefield Walgreen’s (across from Galvin Middle School) 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Rice Moody 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick -up drop-off Tewksbury Ocean State Job Lot 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Wilmington Dollar Tree, 231 Main St. 8:05 AM 5:05 PM Burlington Marshall Middle School, Winn St.

8:20 AM 4:40 PM Woburn Malcolm White School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Stoneham Stop & Shop (Lindenwood Road entrance) 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Rice Moody 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

56 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Choose your own summer camp adventure! Camp Runels is celebrating its 88th summer as a destination where girls build courage, confidence, and character, and is now open to girls entering kindergarten! Nestled on 300 wooded acres along the shores of Little Island Pond, Runels offers a new adventure at every turn. And the best part? Girls choose what they want to do! From swimming, boating, hiking, archery, and a challenging high-ropes course, to pottery, cooking classes, and day trips, campers work together with staff to design the summer camp experience of their dreams.

Summer Camp: July 2-August 3 ADDRESS 82 Girl Scout Road Pelham, NH 03076 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM DAY CAMP EXTENDED CARE 7:30-9 AM ($10) 4-6 PM ($15) Camp Runels Pelham, NH ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Open Houses February 4, 2-4 PM March 4, 2-4 PM April 8, 2-4 PM May 13, 11 AM-1 PM June 3, 2-4 PM June 24, 2-4:30 PM

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 57 DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES K-1 Mermaid Magic Session 1: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $245 Embrace your inner mermaid during this magical week. Hunt for lost treasure, play mermaid games, and have a floating tea party. There will be plenty of time for other camp activities, too! Fireflies Session 2: July 9-13 Session 4: July 23-27 $305 Flit and flutter through a week of camp, just like a firefly! You’ll make a tie-dye T-shirt, swim and boat at the pond, build a fairy house, eat s’mores, and more! This week is full of outdoor fun. Zoo Pals Session 3: July 16-20 $305 Explore the natural habitats of some of your favorite zoo animals, try animal yoga, and make your own animal mask. You’ll even get to visit a local zoo for the day! Enjoy classic camp activities, too. Daisy Detectives Session 5: July 30-August 3 $305 Tilly the Turtle is missing! Where could she be? Find clues, search for treasure, and create your own puzzles while you work as a team to solve this camp mystery.

ENTERING GRADES K-3 Puddleducks Session 2B: July 9-August 3 $1,220 Join your fellow Daisies and Brownies as you participate in all the activities you love at camp—swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, games, singing, and more! Includes both an optional overnight and a field trip. Registration for all four weeks is required. ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Just Keep Swimming Session 1: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $245 There’s no better place to escape the summer heat than in the water at camp! Try paddle boating, explore the pond’s wildlife, enjoy extra swim time, and end the week with a water carnival. If you love the water, this is the week for you!

Brownie Bites Session 2: July 9-13 Session 4: July 23-27 $305 Make new friends during this jam-packed week of classic summer camp programs. Take a “Brownie bite” out of all camp has to offer— swimming, arts and crafts, boating, cookouts, s’mores, and more! Zootopia Session 3: July 16-20 $305 What do a snow leopard, poison dart frog, meerkat, and porcupine have in common? You will find out as you learn awesome animal facts, make your own animal mask, do some animal yoga, and visit the zoo. Enjoy a variety of fun activities around camp, too. Camp Runels • Pelham, NH

58 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Twice as Nice: Juniors Session 2: July 9-13 $325 Sample all the fun of day camp and resident camp in a single week. Your days will be filled with art, games, swimming, archery, and more. Sleep over on Wednesday and Thursday to experience eating in the dining hall, nighttime activities, and singing around the campfire. Camptastic Session 2: July 9-13 Session 4: July 23-27 $305 Your adventure awaits! Enjoy a bit of everything: arts and crafts, nature, swimming, and outdoor cooking. Great for first-time campers or girls who already love everything about camp! Zoo-manji Session 3: July 16-20 $315 It’s a jungle out there! You and your team will learn about wild animals and their habitats as you play a life-sized game of Zoo-manji. You’ll visit a zoo and find out more about animals. Camp Scene Investigators Session 5: July 30-August 3 $305 Who stole the cookies? There’s a mystery at camp and we need your help to solve it. Follow the clues, interview the witnesses, collect evidence, and figure out just where those cookies have gone. ENTERING GRADES 6-8 H2OOOOO Session 1: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $260 Water, water everywhere! Make a raft and test it out at the waterfront. Try kayaking around the island and create a synchronized swimming routine. You’ll take a day trip to Water Country as well!

Day and Stay Session 2: July 9-13 $325 Learn outdoor skills such as cooking, building a campfire, tying knots, orienteering, and archery. Girls will stay overnight on Wednesday and Thursday to get the nighttime camp experience. Enjoy dinner in the dining hall, evening activities, and singing around the campfire. Camp Runels • Pelham, NH Twice as Nice: Brownies Session 4: July 23-27 $325 Sample all the fun of day camp and resident camp. Your days will be filled with art, games, swimming, archery, and more. Then sleep over on Wednesday and Thursday to experience eating in the dining hall, nighttime activities, and singing around the campfire. Sherlock Gnomes Session 5: July 30-August 3 $305 What sneaky, cheeky mischief have the camp gnomes been up to? There are lots of puzzles and mysteries to solve as you search for the missing gnome homes. Complete the gnome-themed scavenger hunts to find woodland treasures!

ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Aquapalooza Session 1: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $245 Get in the water every day! Spend time at Little Island Pond—try a tippy test in a canoe, kayak around the island, and even paddle a Corcl while standing! Splash around with new friends while swimming and playing water games, enjoy the Slip ’N Slide in the field, and celebrate at a water carnival on Friday.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 59 DAY CAMP Shelter Helpers Session 3: July 16-20 $315 Are you passionate about helping animals? Learn how local shelters and organizations rescue animals. Bake treats and make toys for some local animals in need. You’ll even take a day trip to a nearby animal shelter. Under the Sun Session 4: July 23-27 $315 This week is all about what YOU want to do at camp. Revisit some of your favorite activities from summers past and explore new camp adventures, too. You’ll plan a day trip off-camp to round out your week. No matter what, this week is meant for relaxation and fun! Evidence Enigma Session 5: July 30-August 3 $305 Whodunit? There’s been a “crime” at camp and we need you to collect fingerprints, interview suspects, and gather evidence to solve the mystery. Have a blast with your favorite camp activities along the way!

ENTERING GRADES 7-10 Program Aide I Session 2A: July 9-20 $550 This two-week program is a great first step for future camp counselors. You will receive leadership training as you learn about Girl Scout programs, work with younger girls, and practice your outdoor skills. Program Aides also will enjoy being campers and participating in general camp activities. Program Aide II Session 4A: July 23-August 3 $550 This two-week program is for girls who have completed Program Aide Core Training or Program Aide I. In addition to receiving advanced training, you will become proficient in an area of interest such as swimming, boating, archery, challenge course, or arts and crafts. During the second week, you will have the opportunity to plan and run several camper choice blocks with your fellow Program Aides.

Camp Runels • Pelham, NH ENTERING GRADES 8-12 Day Camp Assistant (DCA) Session 1: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) Session 2: July 9-13 Session 3: July 16-20 Session 4: July 23-27 Session 5: July 30-August 3 $152 (Session 1) $190 (Sessions 2-5) This program is available to girls who have participated in Program Aide I, Program Aide II, or Program Aide Core Training at a GSEMA camp in a previous summer. You will have the chance to work directly in units or specialty areas with younger girls, practice leading an activity, and help with the everyday running of the unit. Candidates may apply for up to three weeks. There are a limited number of DCA positions available per session. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application and camp director approval are received.

Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Dunstable Swallow Union School 8:05 AM 5:00 PM Tyngsboro Lakeview School 8:15 AM 4:50 PM Tyngsboro Sullivan Farms Ice Cream 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Dracut Richardson Middle School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Dracut Hannaford Supermarket 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Runels 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off Chelmsford South Row Elementary School 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Chelmsford Roberts Field, Friendship Park 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Chelmsford McCarthy Middle School 8:20 AM 4:40 PM North Chelmsford Congregational Church 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Lowell C.W. Morey Elementary School 8:40 AM 4:20 PM Camp Runels 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 3 pick-up drop-off Littleton Stork Support Congregational Church 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Westford Blanchard Middle School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Lowell Reilly Elementary School 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Runels 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Camp Runels Bus Stops

60 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Thrills, sun, and fun! Unleash the adventurer within at Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, now in its 89th year. Our dynamic camp is packed with outdoor activities for girls of all abilities. Go swimming or boating on our spectacular waterfront. Hike vast nature trails. Challenge yourself on high and low ropes courses. Scale the 20-foot rock face climbing wall. Take aim at archery. Enjoy a wide variety of other camp favorites like crafts, campfire cooking, drama, and games. Optional overnights are available. New this year—girls entering kindergarten can join the fun! Summer Camp: June 25-August 17 ADDRESS 360 Mast Road Plymouth, MA 02360 DAY CAMP HOURS M-F, 9 AM-4 PM Camp Wind-in-the-Pines Plymouth, MA ACTIVITY SPECIALTIES (See key on inside front cover) Open Houses April 14, 2-4 PM May 20, 12-2 PM Meet the Staff Night June 20, 6-8 PM

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 61 DAY CAMP ENTERING GRADES K-1 Happy Campers Session 1: June 25-29 Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) Session 3: July 9-13 Session 4: July 16-20 Session 5: July 23-27 Session 6: July 30-August 3 Session 7: August 6-10 Session 8: August 13-17 $305 (Sessions 1, 3-8) $244 (Session 2) Jump right into camp fun! Every week is an adventure—you’ll swim, boat, and play all day! Make crafts, explore nature, and sing camp songs by the fire with all your new friends.

ENTERING GRADES 2-3 Little Mermaids Session 1: June 25-29 $305 Get in touch with your inner mermaid! Swim in the pond, learn about undersea creatures, and make marvelous mermaid crafts. You’ll even go boating and have a floating lunch! Summer Sampler Session 1A: June 27-29 $183 Calling all first-time campers! Start your adventure with the best things camp has to offer. Go swimming, make crafts, and learn to cook over the fire during the best three days ever. Mischief Makers Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $244 Someone’s up to no good! Is it you? Embrace your silly side when you pull a camp prank, and use your creativity to make the perfect disguise. Help keep camp out of trouble when you solve a camp “crime.” Trail Mix Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $244 Explore new trails and experience every part of camp! Swim in the pond, make camp-themed crafts, and try out the archery range. Cook over a campfire, paddle a canoe—there’s no limit to what you can do!

Mini Explorers Session 3: July 9-13 $305 Get ready for big camp adventures by making sit-upons, fire starters, and tie-dye bandanas. Learn how to build shelter, start a fire, and more, all before joining your group on an expedition to Mermaid Rock. Day and Stay: Brownies Session 3: July 9-13 Session 7: August 6-10 $375 Thinking about trying resident camp? Get the best of both worlds! Come to day camp on Monday and Tuesday, then stay overnight at resident camp on Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday, you’ll come back to day camp and leave from our side of the pond. It’s the ultimate Camp WIP sampler!

Icky Sticky Science Session 3: July 9-13 Session 8: August 13-17 $305 Can you guess why frogs are slimy? What makes volcanos explode? Learn how to make your own drippy, sticky ice cream, then mix up some Ooblek and slime for the gooiest science experiments ever. Let’s make a mess! Brownie Bakers Session 4: July 16-20 $305 The Little Camp Bakery is open! Create cupcakes, cookies, and other sweet treats, and then make pretty packages in which to take them home. Decorate your own chef’s hat, and then learn the science behind how recipes work. You’ll even learn the original Girl Scout Shortbread cookie recipe!

Splishy Splashy Fun Time Session 4: July 16-20 $305 Water, water everywhere! Hang out by the lake and have lunch while floating with friends. Go boating, swim, enjoy the Slip ’N Slide, and work with watercolors to create art. Arty Party Session 4: July 16-20 Session 8: August 13-17 $305 Do you love arts and crafts? Get ready to make many masterpieces! Try out decoupage and paint, then whip up some homemade clay and sculpt away. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

62 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Boat Buddies Session 5: July 23-27 $305 Gallows Pond is perfect for paddling! Try out canoes, Corcls, and pedal boats. Get shipwrecked for a special beachside lunch, then hop back aboard for boating games galore! Crazy Cat Campers Session 5: July 23-27 $305 Do you love kitties? It’s going to be the purr-fect week! Learn all about different cats that live around the world, hear about cats from an expert, and make some adorable cat crafts.

Suncatchers Session 5: July 23-27 $305 Soak up the sunshine and make new friends at camp! Go swimming and boating on the lake, learn to cook over the campfire, make your own suncatcher, and so much more. Critter Crew Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 Calling all animal lovers! Learn about local wildlife and creatures from around the world—and see some in person! You will also make ferocious and festive animal crafts and more in this wild week. S’more the Merrier Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 Master the art of s’more-making and try camp activities galore! Swim in the pond, create a work of art, and cook a meal (and s’mores!) over a campfire.

Tutus and Tiaras Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 Camp made for a princess! Take princess lessons, make a tutu and tiara, and end your week with a princess party complete with pink cookies. Forest Friends Session 7: August 6-10 $305 The woods at WIP are perfect for adventure! Search for frogs in the pond and explore underwater while you swim. Make your own rain stick and learn about furry critters when an animal show comes to camp. Games Galore Session 7: August 6-10 $305 Time to team up! Learn new games and play old favorites. Work as a team to overcome challenges, build your own obstacle course, and go for the gold in the WIP Brownie Games.

ENTERING GRADES 4-5 Ooey Gooey Fun Session 1: June 25-29 $305 Love playing with sticky, slimy, gooey stuff? Make Oobleck, Gak, and other messy creations, play shaving cream twister, and get crafty with splatter painting! Fun in the Sun Session 1: June 25-29 Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 What can you do at camp this week? Anything! Swimming and boating are always fun. How about spending some time with your feet off the ground at high ropes? Nature? Art? Science? There are so many possibilities! Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 63 DAY CAMP Medieval Mayhem Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $244 It’s a week of knights and princesses! Go noodle jousting, learn to shoot a bow and arrow, and make a sparkling crown. Meet some famous princesses from literature and go on a spectacular adventure. H-2-wOah! Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $244 Session 4: July 16-20 $305 Water, water everywhere—and we’re going to play in it! Make a raft and test it out at the waterfront. Try kayaking and create a synchronized swimming routine. Enjoy relay races, water balloons, and an end-of-the-week water carnival.

Sherlock Gnomes Session 3: July 9-13 $305 What sneaky, cheeky mischief have the camp gnomes been up to? Solve the mystery of the missing gnome homes and complete the gnome-themed scavenger hunts to find woodland treasures. Make your own garden gnome, and bring your favorite gnome buddy when you climb the high ropes course. Spa Party Session 3: July 9-13 $305 Get pampered at camp! Treat yourself to homemade lip balm, make soap, work on your inner balance at yoga, and try out some new hair styles and nail polishes.

Pony Pals Session 3: July 9-13 Session 7: August 6-10 $375 Are you ready to get in the saddle? Two off-camp trips will give you the opportunity to try horseback riding. Back at camp, enjoy swimming, boating, art, and more classic camp activities. Animal Adventures Session 4: July 16-20 $325 Do you love animals of all kinds? Check out what furry friends live at camp and explore their habitats. Visit a nearby zoo, and then get a close-up look when an animal show comes to camp! Right on Target Session 4: July 16-20 $305 Get ready to hit the bullseye! Work on your archery skills, play archery games, and perfect your technique. Enjoy other fun activities around camp with your new archery pals. Day and Stay: Juniors Session 5: July 23-27 $375 Thinking about trying resident camp? Get the best of both worlds! Come to day camp on Monday and Tuesday, then stay overnight at resident camp on Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday, you’ll come back to day camp and leave from our side of the pond. It’s the ultimate Camp WIP sampler!

What’s Up, Dog? Session 5: July 23-27 $305 It’s a puppy party! Discover what members of the canine family live in Myles Standish State Forest, learn from a dog trainer, and make delightful doggie crafts—you’ll even whip up some treats to take home for your favorite furry friend. Enchanted Forest Session 5: July 23-27 Session 8: August 13-17 $305 Go on a dragon egg hunt, meet princesses, and build homes for fairies! Learn archery like a knight, paddle across the pond like a pirate, and make candy houses for Hansel and Gretel. This week is powered by your imagination and the magic of camp. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

64 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Crazy for Candy Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 This week is going to be sweet! Make chocolate lollipops, homemade caramels, and other sweet treats. You’ll even get to play a life-sized game of Candy Land and bring some goodies home in your own handmade packages. Trailblazers Session 6: July 30-August 3 $305 Learn about trail signs, orienteering, and fire-building, then take off on the camp trails and put your skills to use! Lead the way to adventure on the high ropes course, and make thrilling discoveries all around camp.

Paddle Pros Session 7: August 6-10 $305 Try out all your favorites—canoeing, kayaking, and boating in a Corcl! Learn the basics of how to paddle and steer different boats as you set out on Gallows Pond, and get a little silly when you make and race your own boat! Top Chef Session 7: August 6-10 $305 Ready, set, cook! Plan an awesome cookout and make delicious dishes from scratch. Create your own recipe and test it out. In addition to making delicious food, you will also enjoy your favorite camp activities!

Out for Adventure Session 8: August 13-17 $325 WIP is our name and adventure is our game! Fly high on the ropes course, kayak on the pond, and test your aim on the archery range. Challenge yourself and your team when you go exploring on a hiking trip! Young at Art Session 8: August 13-17 $305 Work with different mediums—paint, clay, and jewelry. Create tie- dye in the sky at high ropes, and leave your mark when you paint a camp mural. ENTERING GRADES 6-10 Awesome Artists Session 1: June 25-29 $305 Art on the go! Learn new painting techniques, then try your hand at clay and jewelry making. Visit an art museum and discover some beautiful creations.

Saddle Up Session 1: June 25-29 Session 4: July 16-20 Session 6: July 30-August 3 $375 Learn the basics of horse care, then hop in the saddle during two trips to the stables. Professional instructors will place you in a riding group based on ability and confidence level. Live, Love, Camp Session 2: July 2-6 (No camp on July 4) $244 This week is powered by all your favorite camp activities. Make friendship bracelets, lead songs, visit the archery range, and more! Plan the week together with your camp friends on Monday, and spend the week doing all the things you love most about camp. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 65 DAY CAMP Rides and Slides Session 2B: July 2-13 (No camp on July 4) $600 Adrenaline seekers unite! Two weeks of thrills are waiting for you. Climb to new heights at high ropes, then slide and scream your way through Water Wizz. Can’t get enough? In your second week, you’ll take off for an overnight adventure and visit Canobie Lake Park! Donut Detectives Session 3: July 9-13 $325 Something’s afoot, and we donut know whodunit! It’s a mystery only you and your group can solve, so gather your squad and work together to discover who the donut bandit could be! Not a seasoned detective? You’ll visit an escape room to test your skills before tackling the big mystery.

Fictional Fun Session 3: July 9-13 $305 Bring your favorite books and movies to life when you plan a dress-up day for the whole camp. Play Quidditch at high ropes and channel Katniss at archery. Hear from a local author about the publishing world and write your own short story about camp. Extreme Cuisine Session 4: July 16-20 $305 Explore the world of food! Make recipes from all over the world and participate in our Chopped competition. At the end of the week, get a little silly and whip up some crazy concoctions of your own imagination!

Survivor Session 4: July 16-20 $305 Are you ready to put your outdoor skills to the test? Compete to see who the ultimate survivor is—build shelters, start campfires, and use your wits to plan for an overnight on Wednesday, July 18, (additional fee) on the ballfield. Day and Stay: Island Getaway Session 5: July 23-27 $400 All aboard the ferry! Come to day camp on Monday and Tuesday, then travel to Martha’s Vineyard and stay overnight on Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday, you’ll come back to camp and leave from the day camp’s side of the pond.

Golden Arrow Girls Session 5: July 23-27 $305 Work on your aim and technique, and push yourself to achieve new goals on the archery range. You’ll even make art by popping paint- filled balloons with your arrows! Ocean Adventures Session 5: July 23-27 $365 Explore the deep blue sea! Learn about our local sea life at a nearby ocean life research center, visit the beach, and hop aboard a whale watch. Back at camp, make ocean-themed art, boat in Gallows Pond, and more! Day and Stay: Cadettes and Seniors Session 6: July 30-August 3 $375 Thinking about trying resident camp? Get the best of both worlds! Come to day camp on Monday and Tuesday, then stay overnight at resident camp on Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday, you’ll come back to day camp and leave from our side of the pond. It’s the ultimate Camp WIP sampler!

Adventure Bound: Whitewater Rafting Session 6B: July 30-August 10 $650 Are you ready for adventure? Work as a team to prepare for an overnight journey in your second week, when you’ll spend two days whitewater rafting in western Massachusetts with a team of professionals. Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

66 | DAY CAMP Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass DAY CAMP Aqua Zone Session 7: August 6-10 $305 Kayak, canoe, and try paddle boarding! Then, keep your lifejacket on and challenge yourself to a swim across the pond. Space Cadettes Session 7: August 6-10 $305 It’s time to shoot for the moon! Eat astronaut ice cream, paint the galaxy, explore astrology, and write your own horoscopes. Learn how to find constellations in the sky and try out your star-spotting skills when you visit the planetarium.

Day Trippers Session 8: August 13-17 $365 Where will you go this week? You and your group can decide! Explore southeastern Massachusetts during awesome trips on Tuesday and Wednesday. Stay overnight on Wednesday, and then on Thursday, your group will take off on a girl-planned adventure! High-Flying Fun Session 8: August 13-17 $325 Spend time with your feet off the ground! Try the low ropes course, zipline at high ropes, and climb to new heights at camp and at a local rock climbing facility. Don’t miss this week of adventure! Water Wild Session 8: August 13-17 $325 This week is jam-packed with water adventures. Go stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking, then try out windsurfing! ENTERING GRADES 7-9 Program Aide Training Session 1B: June 25-July 6 (No camp on July 4) $549 Are you interested in being a leader at camp and learning how to work with younger girls? If so, this two-week program is for you! You will receive leadership training followed by the opportunity to assist counselors in leading camp activities. Program Aides will also enjoy being campers and participating in general camp activities. ENTERING GRADES 8-12 Adventures in Leadership Session 3: July 9-13 $325 Take charge of your camp experience! Complete service projects and plan your own adventures. Work with your teammates to help make camp even better, and go on your own journeys, too! Plan field trips, make your own schedule, and mentor younger girls by planning and leading fun activities.

Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org DAY CAMP | 67 DAY CAMP Camp Wind-in-the- Pines Bus Stops Bus 1 pick-up drop-off Braintree Parking Lot next to West Marine, Pearl Street 7:45 AM 5:15 PM Weymouth Nash Junior Primary School 7:55 AM 5:05 PM Rockland Home Depot, Exit 14, Route 3 8:05 AM 4:55 PM Hanover Walmart, Exit 13, Route 3 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Pembroke Party City, Exit 12, Route 3 8:25 AM 4:35 PM Camp Wind-in- the-Pines 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 2 pick-up drop-off West Bridgewater Park and Ride 7:50 AM 5:10 PM Halifax Walmart 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Kingston Ocean State Job Lot 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Camp Wind-in- the-Pines 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 3 pick-up drop-off Middleboro Girl Scout Office, 111 E. Grove Street 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Carver Shaw’s Supermarket 8:20 AM 4:40 PM Plymouth Walmart 8:35 AM 4:25 PM Plymouth Kohl’s 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Wind-in- the-Pines 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 4 pick-up drop-off Acushnet Acushnet Elementary School 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Rochester Rochester Memorial Elementary School 8:10 AM 4:50 PM Wareham Wareham Middle School 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Sagamore Beach Friendly’s 8:45 AM 4:15 PM Camp Wind-in- the-Pines 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Bus 5 pick-up drop-off Mansfield Stop & Shop 7:40 AM 5:20 PM Taunton BJ’s Wholesale Club, 2085 Bay Street 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Raynham Bob’s Stores 8:15 AM 4:45 PM Camp Wind-in- the-Pines 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Camp Wind-in-the-Pines • Plymouth, MA ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Day Camp Assistant (DCA) I Session 4: July 16-20 Session 5: July 23-27 Session 6: July 30-August 3 Session 7: August 6-10 Session 8: August 13-17 $190 This program is available to girls who have participated in Program Aide I, or Program Aide Core Training at a GSEMA camp in a previous summer. You will have the chance to work directly in units or specialty areas with younger girls, practice leading an activity, and help with the everyday running of the unit. Candidates may apply for up to three weeks. There are a limited number of DCA positions available per session. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application and camp director approval are received.

ENTERING GRADES 11-12 Day Camp Assistant (DCA) II Session 1C: June 25-July 20 (No camp on July 4) Session 5C: July 23-August 17 FREE What comes after being a Day Camp Assistant? The most fun internship ever! Join us at camp, work in units, and get in-depth, on-the-job experience and training. You will work with counselors in units and in specialized areas around camp. Available to girls who have completed DCA I. All girls will be placed on a waitlist until a completed application has been received. Girls will participate in an interview process, and the camp director will select qualified applicants.

“Girl Scout Camp has provided my daughter with the opportunity to have fun with other girls— she LOVES camp and wishes she could go every week.”

68 | REGISTRATION FORMS Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass Two Ways to Register Registering online at hercamp.org is strongly encouraged to ensure placement in the program of your choice. Programs with current availability may fill up in the time it takes your paper registration to reach the office. If you choose to register by mail, please complete the two-page registration form on pages 71-72 and mail with deposit (instructions below). Please use one registration form per camper. Full payment is required at registration for April Vacation Adventures. All summer camp programs require a deposit at the time of registration. Deposit Please pay the deposit online at the time of registration using our secure website. If registering by mail, please include a check or money order (payable to Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts) or credit card information (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, expiration date and authorization) to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, 111 E. Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346, Attn: Camp.

⇨ $50 for each session of day and/or resident camp for which you are registering. ⇨ Full payment for family or troop camping and April Vacation Adventures programs. ⇨ Upon registering for a camp session, if your girl is not a Girl Scouts member, you will receive an email with a registration link and instructions to complete this process online. Girl Scout membership is $40 and financial aid is available. Payment Final payments for camp are due by June 1, 2018. Payments can be made anytime by logging into your CampInTouch account via hercamp.org. If there is a credit card on record, it will be charged on June 1, 2018, for the full balance owed. Should full payment not be received by June 1, 2018, your camper will move to the waitlist until payment is received.

Cookie Credits issued in 2017 (expiring June 29, 2018) and 2018 (expiring June 29, 2019) may be used toward camp payment. Mail original, signed Cookie Credits with your girl’s name and a copy of your invoice to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, 111 E. Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346, Attn: Camp. Staff will apply the credit to your account. Please note: If a family owes a balance that is more than 120 days overdue, any payment received by Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, no matter its original intended use, may be applied to that overdue balance. All past due balances must be paid in full before registration for the current camp season can be accepted.

Confirmations If you register online and choose to receive your confirmation packet by email, you will receive an email with instructions to log into your CampInTouch account to view your confirmation packet under “Forms & Documents.” You will also find health forms and the day camp bus selection form, which should be completed and submitted by May 1 regardless of when your girl is attending camp. CONFIRMATION PACKETS WILL NOT BE MAILED. Cancellation/Refund Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. Written cancellation notices and requests for refunds of any fees paid over the deposit amount must be received at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the camp session. No refunds will be issued if you register less than four weeks before the camp session starts, or for a camper arriving late, leaving early, or attending only part of a session due to illness, head lice, etc. Registration Instructions Early Bird Discount Ready to decide now? Register for a 2018 summer camp program and enter the promo code EB2018 before March 16, 2018, and you will receive $25 off your total summer camp fee. This discount is for one full week or more of summer camp programs only and does not include: April Vacation Adventures, half-week or weekend camp sessions, sampler programs, DCA, CIT II, PAL, family or troop camping or other council programs. The promo code must be entered at the time of registration and expires on March 16, 2018, at 11:59 PM.

For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org REGISTRATION FORMS | 69 Financial Assistance Financial assistance is available to girls living in one of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ communities. Financial aid is available for girls who, without this assistance, could not attend a Girl Scout day or resident camp. Campers can apply for assistance for only a portion of ONE SESSION of a day or resident camp so that we may meet the needs of as many girls as possible. All information will be kept confidential. (See page 70 for Financial Aid Application) To Apply ⇨ Complete Camp Registration Form and Financial Aid Application. Every question on the Financial Aid Application must be answered. ⇨ Mail completed forms and the $50 deposit in an envelope marked “Summer Camp Confidential – F/A Request” to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, 111 E. Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346.

or ⇨ You can also register online at hercamp.org, pay the $50 deposit, then submit the Financial Aid Application via mail, fax to the GSEMA office at 508-947-4771, or fax to your CampInTouch account at 617-334-7977. ⇨ Non-Girl Scout members will receive an email with a registration link and instructions to purchase a $40 Girl Scout membership. Financial Aid is available for Girl Scout membership. ⇨ Proof of income may be requested when the committee reviews your application. If financial assistance is not accepted and you withdraw your application, your deposit with be refunded. The Review Process ⇨ Beginning in late February, action will be taken to review newly received financial aid applications on a monthly basis (February-June). Families applying for financial aid will be notified within two weeks of the review date. If you register online and choose to receive your confirmation packet by email, you will receive an email with instructions to log into your CampInTouch account to view your confirmation packet under “Forms & Documents.” You will also find health forms and the day camp bus selection form, which should be completed and submitted by May 1 regardless of when your girl is attending camp. CONFIRMATION PACKETS WILL NOT BE MAILED. ⇨ The balance of all camp fees (camp fees minus financial aid award and deposit) is due June 1. Cancellations Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts must be notified IN WRITING at least FOUR WEEKS before the start of the session if you are canceling and not using your financial aid award. If we are not notified, you will be responsible for the entire camp fee. Thank you to Campership Fund donors for their generous contributions that helped 434 girls attend camp last summer.

70 | REGISTRATION FORMS Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass CONFIDENTIAL SUMMER CAMP FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION 2018 Register online at hercamp.org Camp Registration Form and deposit must be submitted with Financial Aid Application. If financial assistance is not accepted and you withdraw your application, your deposit will be refunded. Please print and complete ENTIRE form. Mail form to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, 111 E. Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346, Attn: Summer Camp Confidential - F/A Request, or fax to 508-947-4771. You can also register online at hercamp.org, pay the $50 deposit for one session with Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, and fax the financial aid request to the number listed above or to your CampInTouch account at 617-334-7977. PART 1: CAMPER INFORMATION (please print) Girl’s Name Phone Address City State ZIP Camp Name Program Requested PART 2: PROGRAM INFORMATION You may apply for financial aid for only ONE PROGRAM of camp per girl. Programs vary in length and awards will be based on the cost of one program of your camp registration: *For the six-week All Summer Friends program, we will offer assistance toward three weeks only.

List the cost of one program* of camp on line #1. 1. $ Deposit enclosed: 2. $ Estimate Cookie Credits to be applied to camp fee (cannot be used for deposit) 3. $ Additional amount you can pay 4. $ Total (Add #2, #3, #4) 5. $ Amount of financial aid requested (subtract #5 from #1) 6. $ 50 PART 3: INCOME INFORMATION List total yearly income of household received from salaries, wages, alimony, child support, social security, disability, public assistance, etc. $ Number of people in household supported by this income Adults Dependent Children (under 18) Please explain any unusual family expenses (medical, unemployment, death, emergency situations, etc.) PART 4: AGENCY AID Fill this section out if camper is receiving financial assistance from another agency. Agency Name Contact Name Title Address Phone ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The information above is complete and accurate and I understand that proof of income may be requested by the committee considering this request for financial aid. If my girl does not attend camp and four weeks’ notice in writing is not given to the Girl Scout office, I understand I am responsible for the full camp fee. Final award may change depending on family contributions received (Cookie Credits and payments).

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For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org REGISTRATION FORMS | 71 SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM 2018(page 1) Register online at hercamp.org PART 1: PERSONAL INFORMATION Parent/Guardian Last Name Parent/Guardian First Name Parent/Guardian Last Name Parent/Guardian First Name Address City State ZIP Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone (s) Can we email the confirmation packet and camp forms?  Yes  No Primary Parent Email Address Girl’s Last Name Girl’s First Name Grade in September 2018 Date of Birth Address (if different) City State ZIP Home Phone Currently a Girl Scout?  Yes  No Troop # (if applicable) Buddy’s Full Name – only one. (Buddy must be registered for the same camp session and program.) PART 2: PROGRAM INFORMATION 1st Choice Camp: Program Name: Dates: Cost: $ 2nd Choice Camp (if 1st choice is full): Program Name: Dates: Cost: $ Day Camp Transportation TO CAMP: Bus # Stop: FROM CAMP: Bus # Stop: Resident Camp Transportation ($50 each way) TO CAMP (check one):  Boston  Braintree  Woburn FROM CAMP (check one):  Boston  Braintree  Woburn ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS OR CAMPS 1st Choice Camp: Program Name: Dates: Cost: $ 2nd Choice Camp (if 1st choice is full): Program Name: Dates: Cost: $ Day Camp Transportation TO CAMP: Bus # Stop: FROM CAMP: Bus # Stop: Resident Camp Transportation ($50 each way) TO CAMP (check one):  Boston  Braintree  Woburn FROM CAMP (check one):  Boston  Braintree  Woburn

72 | REGISTRATION FORMS Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM 2018 (page 2) Register online at hercamp.org This application will not be processed without your deposit. Mail forms to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, 111 E. Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346, Attn: Camp You may also fax forms to 508-947-4771 or scan and email to camp@gsema.org. Do not email or fax credit card information. PART 3: EMERGENCY CONTACTS Please list two (2) people to be contacted in case of emergency. (Please make them aware that their name will be used.) We will make every effort to contact the primary caregiver first, then your emergency contacts.

1. Contact Name Relationship to Girl Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone 2. Contact Name Relationship to Girl Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone PART 4: PERMISSION I give full permission for my daughter/girl in my care to attend and participate in all camp activities. I agree to cooperate with all regulations, and understand that a deposit is due with registration and all balances are due June 1, 2018. I completely understand that the deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.  Yes  No I give full permission for Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts to use any photographs, films and/or sound recordings in which my girl appears for publicity purposes, now and any time in the future, in any media.

 Yes  No Signature of Parent/Guardian Date PART 5: AUTHORIZATION TO PICK UP PERMISSION TO RELEASE: My girl may be released to the following adults only (picture ID is required). Name Relationship Home # Work # Cell # PART 6: PAYMENT INFORMATION Amount enclosed $ Check/Money Order (Checks payable to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts) I authorize the following amount to be charged to my:  Visa  MasterCard  Discover $ Cardholder’s Name Account # Expiration Date Cardholder’s Signature If there is a credit card on record, it will be charged on June 1, 2018, for the full balance owed. Should full payment not be received by June 1, 2018, your camper will move to the waitlist until payment is received.

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Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts thanks our advertisers, whose fees for inclusion in our publications help us to defray the cost of printing. 78 | CAMP GUIDE Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass I C E S P O RT S Group Rates Available GET YOUR TROOP INVOLVED! Skate with your troop at your local FMC Ice Sports arena for a discounted rate. Call 1-888-74-SKATE to schedule your troop outing today! WWW.FMCICESPORTS.COM

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts thanks our advertisers, whose fees for inclusion in our publications help us to defray the cost of printing. For more information on our camps or to register online, visit hercamp.org CAMP GUIDE | 79 KIDS SUMMER ART CLASSES New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks! 608 Pleasant Street, New Bedford, MA 02740 July 16 - August 17, 2018 Register: www.newbedfordart.org or 508-961-3072 VISIT THE NEWLY RENOVATED GIRL SCOUT MUSEUM | CEDAR HILL, WALTHAM ⇨ Girl Scout exhibits dating back to 1912 ⇨ Hands-on activities ⇨ Rent program kits, uniforms, and flags Schedule your visit at 781-373-4360 or cedarhillmuseum@live.com.

80 | CAMP GUIDE Connect with us on social media: @GirlScoutsEMass © Randy H. Goodman Join us to celebrate 26 years of extraordinary leadership at the Leading Women Awards! Thursday, March 1, 2018 7-9:30 AM Sheraton Boston Hotel To learn about sponsorship opportunities or event tickets, call 857-453-5329 or email leadingwomen@gsema.org.

GIRL SCOUT PROMISE On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law. GIRL SCOUT LAW I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout. GIRL SCOUT MISSION Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts offers outdoor adventures all year long! ⇨ Winter Vacation Camp and April Vacation Adventures ⇨ Camp Skills Days and Overnights ⇨ Archery, Boating, and Challenge Course Programs ⇨ Outdoor Kit Rentals ⇨ And much more! Visit gsema.org and select your favorite camp to view available dates and register for year-round outdoor programming. Your next camp adventure awaits! Call 1-800-882-1662 to learn more about joining Girl Scouts in your community.

Can’t wait for summer camp to start? The Girl Scout Cookie Program empowers girls to help fund activities, adventures, and CAMP! Sell 100+ packages of cookies and earn Cookie Credits! See page 68 for how to use towards camp. Visit the Girl Scout Shop for all your camp needs. Come to one of our three locations: 265 Beaver St. Waltham 866-268-8653 111 E. Grove St. Middleboro 774-766-6913 143 Abbot St. Andover 978-269-6666 or shop online at girlscoutshop.org PACKING FOR CAMP?

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID BOSTON, MA PERMIT 58835 For more Girl Scouts visit gsema.org 420 Boylston Street, Suite 505 Boston, MA 02116 PARTNER AGENCY OF Share the fun of camping! Bring your whole family or troop to Camp Menotomy Enjoy swimming, canoeing, archery, and singing songs around the campfire. Explore the outdoors for a day or weekend—including special mom/daughter, dad/daughter, and troop camping weekends—on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, NH. Camping makes a great “unplugged” family summer vacation or an affordable getaway for Girl Scout troops and camping lovers of all ages. ⇨ Accommodations are rustic cabins or tents ⇨ Meals are available in the dining hall ⇨ Scavenger hunts, nature hikes, and other fun activities are led by trained staff For details and pricing, please see page 34. G R O UP CAMP I N G