2015 Summer Camp Guide

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  • 2611 WATERFRONT PARKWAY EAST DRIVE SUITE 100 | INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46214 | girlscoutsindiana.org

    SUMMER CAMPGirl Scout2015

  • Girl Scout camping is an experience that provides creative, educational opportunities in groups living in the outdoors. Its purpose is to use the Girl Scout Program, trained leadership, and the resources of the natural surroundings to contribute to each campers mental, social, physical, and spiritual growth.

    Day camp is an experience for girls from different troops and groups to meet outdoors each day. Girls attend as individual campers and are placed in units according to their grade in the fall. Experience day camp and make new friends!

    Resident camp is a camping experience for girls to live in the outdoors for three or more days. Girls from different troops and/or groups sign up as individual campers and are placed in units according to their desired program activity. Girls and their counselors plan activities, taking advantage of the opportunities available to them.

    Troops Love Camping (TLC)... is an experience for the whole troop! Want to share summer camp with your Girl Scout friends? Then this is defi nitely for you! We will supply food, supplies, and activities for your troop.

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  • 3 2015 CAMP GUIDE

    Registration opens Wednesday, January 21

    Summer campLocation map 4Open houses 5Bring a friend to camp 6Send a girl to camp 7College Campus & Community Camps 8-9

    Camp Sycamore Valley Day camp 10-13Resident camp 14-17Troops Love Camping 18-19

    Camp Na Wa Kwa Family camp 20Mini sessions & day camp 21

    Camp Dellwood Day camp 22-29

    Camp Gallahue Resident camp 30-45Family camp 46

    FormsDay camp 47-53Resident camp 55-56Troops Love Camping 57Family camp 58Program assistance grant application 59-61Girl membership registration 62Adult membership registration 63

    Girl Scouts of Central IndianaChief Executive Of cer

    Deborah Hearn Smith

    Chief Operating Of cer

    Cathy Ritchie

    Director of Program Services

    Diana Keely

    Camp Administrators

    Meisha Wide, Camp Dellwoodmwide@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Barb Nichols, Camp Gallahuebnichols@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Kendra Nowell, Journey Universityknowell@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Brittany McCallister, Camp Sycamore Valleybmccallister@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Alicia Martin, Camp Nawakwa, Mounds State Parkamartin@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Jaime Hubbard, University Campsjhubbard@girlscoutsindiana.org

    Math and Science Center Manager

    Katie Wahlstrom

    Facility Reservations

    Theresa Sutton

    Contact Numbers

    855.GSCIN.4U or 317.924.6800

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  • 4Summer camp locations

    InformationJoin us for a day or even the week to get the outdoor training you need to take your girls canoeing, swimming, outdoor cooking, and even more. We provide meals and lodging during the training. The training will be held at Camp Gallahue in the scenic hills of Brown County.

    WhenMay 29-June 1

    WhereCamp Gallahue(Brown County, 50 miles south of Indianapolis) Maps and confi rmation packet will be provided after registration.

    Visit girlscoutsindiana.org to register for learning sessions!

    Learning opportunities American Red Cross Lifeguard Training NADA Level 1 Instructor (Archery) American Red Cross Basic Water Rescue and

    Small Craft Safety (Canoeing) Outdoor Fundamentals Camping Anywhere Outdoor Cooking (advanced) Firebuilding Songs

    2015 Safety week for adults

    Butler UniversityDay camp

    Camp DellwoodDay camp

    Camp GallahueResident campFamily campCamp Na Wa KwaFamily camp Day CampJourney University resident campMini SessionsCamp Sycamore ValleyDay campResident campTroops Love Camping

    Indiana UniversityResident camp

    Marian UniversityResident camp

    Mounds State ParkDay camp

    Purdue UniversityResident camp

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  • 5 2015 CAMP GUIDE

    Camp Gallahue Sunday, May 312-4 p.m. 6758 Bear Creek RdMorgantown, IN 46160

    Camp Gallahue consists of more than 800 acres of relaxing property in Brown County, near Morgantown, IN. The camp is located about 30 minutes northeast of Bloomington and just over an hour south of the Indianapolis service center. The property includes beautiful hills, an abundance of trees, and a lake.

    Camp Sycamore ValleySaturday, May 30noon-2 p.m.8439 State Road 26 ELafayette, IN 47905

    Sycamore Valley sits on 160 acres of land and is located on SR 26, seven miles east of Lafayette on the Wildcat Creek. The two sleeping units include A-frame cabins (Unit 1) and eagles nests cabins on stilts (Unit 2). Sycamore Valley also has an in-ground pool with modern shower house. Girls may participate in several different learning opportunities on our 37-foot climbing wall and 300-foot zip line, as well as our low ropes course.

    Camp open housesCamp DellwoodSunday, May 312-4 p.m.2301 N Girls School RdIndianapolis, IN 46214

    Camp Dellwood in Marion County is 141 acres of wooded farmland. Six platform tent units and three buildings provide sleeping quarters for over 200 girls a week. A swimming pool permits summer waterfront activities. The camp is located approximately 10 miles west of downtown Indianapolis. We recommend new day camp volunteers attend this open house to become familiar with the property.

    Please do not wait to register for camp until the open houses as many camp sessions will already be full. For more information and to register, visit girlscoutsindiana.org/camp.

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  • 6Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Bring a Friend to Camp form

    Bring a friend to camp!Bring a friend to summer camp and you both will earn a patch! Encourage your friends to attend camp with you this summer and you will earn a Bring a Friend to Camp patch. Once you fi nd your friend complete this form and mail or fax it to us. This can either be a new Girl Scout or even a current Girl Scout that has never attended that specifi c camp before. Pass the word along and bring a friend.

    q Girl Scout q Non-Girl Scout

    Girl name ______________________________________________________________________________________

    Parent name ___________________________________________________________________________________

    Address ________________________________________________________________________________________

    City __________________________________________________ ZIP code _________________________________

    Home phone _____________________________ Work or cell __________________________________________

    Email __________________________________________________________________________________________

    I am bringing ___________________________________________________________________ to camp with me

    I will be attending (please check one) q Day camp and/or q Resident camp

    at (please check one):q Butler University q Camp Dellwood q Camp Gallahue q Camp Sycamore Valley q Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomingtonq Marian University q Mounds State Park q Camp Nawakwa q Purdue University

    Session name: ____________________________________Date of session: ______________________________

    DatesJune 3-July 24

    Day campButler UniversityCamp DellwoodCamp Sycamore ValleyMounds State ParkCamp Nawakwa

    Resident campCamp GallahueCamp Sycamore Valley Indiana UniversityMarian UniversityCamp NawakwaPurdue University

    The form below must accompany your camp registration. If your friend is not a registered Girl Scout, please fi ll out the girl membership form in the back of the book along with the camp registration. Your friend will need to also fi ll out a camp registration along with attend all week at camp with you.

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  • 7 2015 CAMP GUIDE

    Send a girl to campCamp scholarshipsIt is our goal to continue to provide opportunities for girls who want to go to camp. Camp scholarships provide this life-changing experience for girls who may not otherwise be able to participate because of their economic circumstances. Contributions to camp scholarships make it possible for all girls throughout the 45 counties we serve to attend camp and have the same opportunities and experiences regardless of their ability to pay. In addition camp scholarships help underwrite the cost of camp activities, keeping fees low for all girls.

    With your help, we will continue to give Girl Scouts the opportunities they need to become the leaders they want to be today, and the leaders our community needs them to be tomorrow.

    $1,000 = One week of resident camp for four girls

    $500 = One week of day camp for fi ve girls

    $260 = One week of resident camp for one girl

    $100 = One week of day camp for one girl

    Donations can be made at girlscoutsindiana.org or complete the form below and mail to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, 2611 Waterfront Parkway East Drive, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46214

    Yes, I would like to help send a girl to camp!

    Name ________________________________________________________________________________________

    Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

    City _________________________________________________________State___________

    ZIP _______________________________________________________________

    Phone _________________________________________ Email _________________________________________

    Payment information

    q $1,000 q $500 q $260 q $100 q Other $ _______

    q Enclosed is my check payable to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

    q Please bill my credit card (fi ll in information below)

    Card number ___________________________________________________ Exp date _____________________

    Signature _____________________________________________________________________________________

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  • 8College campus campPlease Note: Transportation is not provided for these camps. More information about drop off and pick-up will follow in a confi rmation packet.

    Indiana University Informatics CampGrades: 11, 12

    Join the staff of IU's College of Informatics to explore various areas of computer technology in a week-long overnight camp on campus! Work hands-on in the college labs as you learn from faculty about how information technology is used in science, art, and visual communications. After fun hands-on classes all day, enjoy activities in the evening such as bowling, movies, swimming, games, and more.

    Note: This is a co-ed activity offered through IU Bloomington. Women and men sleep on different fl oors and counselors are present at all times.

    $325

    June 21-25

    Register online: https://bit.ly/soicsummercamp2

    Contact: Nancy Lemons nlemons@indiana.edu

    Indiana University Resident Camp: E-TextilesGrades: 6, 7, 8Offi ce Code: 2053

    Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is teaming up with Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing to offer an opportunity for you to jump into the exciting world of E-Textiles. You will create an electronic textile of your choosing that will take an input (e.g., temperature) and produce an output (e.g., LEDs lighting up). Through hands-on activities you will gain an understanding of new printing technology, 3D visualization, basic electronic circuitry, basic programming, sewing, prototyping, and the iterative design cycle. The camp will culminate in a fashion show where you with get the chance to show off your new creations to your parents, guardians, families and friends. The fashion show and family/friends

    program will take place on Thursday, July 16, beginning at 10:30 a.m. and will be followed by a luncheon.

    Campers will stay on the beautiful Indiana University Campus in one of the dorms and experience what it is like to be a college student.

    $300

    July 1316

    Contact: Jaime Hubbard 317.924.6859

    Journey University: Day camp at Butler UniversityGrades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10Offi ce Code: 2050

    Are you working toward your Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award? Do you want a quick way to get all the prerequisites out of the way so you can dive right into the project? Heres your chance! Journey University is a week long program that will take you through a Girl Scout journey from the Its Your Plant Love It, Its Your Story Tell It, and Its Your World Change It series. You will also receive offi cial council training on your Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award and work to create a plan for your project. Fee includes overnight accommodations on Thursday, Thursday dinner, Friday breakfast and lunch, Girl Scout Gold/Silver Award training and information packets, journey girl book, journey awards and patch.

    $140

    8 a.m.-4 p.m. daily, overnight on Thursday night

    Session A: June 15-19aMaze (Grades 6-8)

    Media (Grades 6-8)

    Breathe (Grades 6-8)

    Mission Sisterhood (Grades: 9-10)

    Girltopia Grade (Grades: 9-10)

    Sow What Grades: (Grades: 9-10)

    Your Voice, Your World (Grades 11-12)

    Bliss Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Justice Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Session B: July 6-10aMaze (Grades 6-8)

    Media (Grades 6-8)

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    Breathe (Grades 6-8)

    Mission Sisterhood (Grades: 9-10)

    Girltopia Grade (Grades: 9-10)

    Sow What Grades: (Grades: 9-10)

    Your Voice, Your World (Grades 11-12)

    Bliss Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Justice Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Session C: July 20-24aMaze (Grades 6-8)

    Media (Grades 6-8)

    Breathe (Grades 6-8)

    Mission Sisterhood (Grades: 9-10)

    Girltopia Grade (Grades: 9-10)

    Sow What Grades: (Grades: 9-10)

    Your Voice, Your World (Grades 11-12)

    Bliss Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Justice Grades (Grades 11-12)

    Contact: Kendra Nowell 317.94.6811

    Marian University Resident Camp: Girls Exploring Medical Sciences (G.E.M.S.)Grades: 8, 9, 10Offi ce Code: 2053

    Are you fascinated in biology class about how the human body works? Do you fi nd yourself drawn to the Untold Stories of the ER TV shows? Then this camp based in Marian Universitys new College of Osteopathic Medicine is for you! We will spend time learning about various medical specialties and have lots of hand-on activities such as learning how to cast on a broken arm, how to evaluate a new-born baby, see how the heart works and maybe even get to hold a heart specimen! We will even spend a day learning about how medicines are developed and produced at Eli Lilly & Co! Come spend a week learning what it might be like as a medical student! Stay on campus in one of Marian University residence halls.

    $300

    June 23-26

    Contact: Jaime Hubbard 317.924.6859

    Purdue University Resident Camp: Technology Advances Girl Scouts (T.A.G.S.)Grades: 6, 7, 8Offi ce Code: 2053

    Join the faculty, graduate students and staff of Purdue Universitys Col...