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LAKEVILLE GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP IS ON AND IN-PERSON FOR 2021!!
Save the Date! Camp will run Tuesday, July 20 - Thursday, 22, 2021.
Stay tuned for more information about Lakeville Girl Scout Day Camp (rising 1st-6th graders) and Lakeville Girl Scout Program Aide Training (rising 7th-12th graders).
Below, please find camp information from 2019 to give you a sense of what camp is all about.
GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION - Please read carefully!
**CAMPERS = Girls entering 1st-6th grade in the Fall of 2019
**PATs = Girls entering 7th-12th grade in the Fall of 2021 who would like to be trained as Program Aides
**PAs = Girls entering 8th grade and older who HAVE COMPLETED PA Training
**ADULT VOLUNTEERS** All Adults (18 years and older) are welcome to join us!! ADULT VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO ENSURE WE HAVE A SAFE CAMP AND ALL GIRLS ARE ABLE TO ATTEND.
General Questions – Sherri Schaible: firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-910-7267
Registration Questions - Megan King: email@example.com or 434-466-2578
All campers, PATs and PAs must be registered members of Girl Scouts. If not currently a member, please join now.
If you need financial assistance, please submit a Grant for Girls application.
Lakeville GS Day Camp provides a unique outdoor experience for campers. Girls are introduced to basic outdoor skills in grades 1-3 and continue to develop these skills each year they attend camp. We also provide a Leadership Development program for our older Girl Scouts. Girls entering grades 8-12 who have completed the required training lead our units and are responsible for all aspects of programming and mentoring campers. Each year they work at camp they take on additional leadership for the unit.
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It is a 3-day day camp, held at Camp Phillippo in Northfield, MN. The camp program offers the girls the opportunity to ride the bus to and from Lakeville each day while singing Girl Scout songs and bonding with each other. The programming at camp offers girls the opportunity to discover and participate in many fun and oftentimes-new activities, such as hiking, swimming, archery, canoeing, outdoor survival, cooking, and arts and crafts - in addition to many more activities! Girls entering 5th and 6th grades are also offered the opportunity to participate in an overnight camping experience.
All of the girls are excited to meet new Girl Scouts in their community, but not necessarily at their school. Middle school girls have commented that the relationships they have built at camp have made the transition to middle school easier - as they have many more "familiar faces" to see each day.
The Lakeville Girl Scout Service Unit has found value over the years in providing this unique camping experience to all girls. Many older girls remain in Girl Scouting specifically to participate as Program Aides at camp and gain leadership experience - and several have returned from college to volunteer as adults!
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