It’s hard to believe, but it’s that time of year, Girl Scout Summer Camp is over and school is about to begin. Our amazing counselors have left camp, the horses are taking a well-deserved break, and all the craft supplies have been packed away and we are left with favorite camp songs repeating in our heads. It was a phenomenal summer, with more than double the number of girls Camp Little Cloud has seen in a good long while. Here are some fun facts about summer camp, according to the numbers!
875 Girls developed their leadership and independence, learned practical outdoor skills like fire building and made friendships to last a lifetime. That is more than double the number of girls who attended camp at Camp Little Cloud last summer.
131 girls received financial assistance, helping to ensure that every girl has the opportunity to experience the outdoors.
60 adults, parents and Girl Scout volunteers explored camp with their girls, having fun and spending time together during weekend sessions for troops and families.
40 camp staff acted as role models, comforted during home sickness and provided a safe and memorable experience.
7 weeks of fun in the sun, with only a little bit of rain!
All of these numbers led up to:
1 fantastic summer of resident camp at Camp Little Cloud; we can’t wait to see all of you again next year! Mark your Calendar for January 26, 2015 as we’ll be releasing our summer program guide on our website that Monday! This guide include all the fun camp sessions we have planned at Camp Little Cloud, as well as community day camps, summer Girl Scout events and more!
Don’t forget to share your thoughts with our national delegates – so they can take feedback to the national convention in October! Log on to one of three webinars:
National Convention Webinars
Discussions regarding the Girl Scout Outdoor Experience:
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 6:00pm Register Here
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 12:00 pm Register Here
Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 8:30 pm Register Here
Or fill out the short four question survey found here: