More from Rock the Mall!

Posted: Jun 26, 2012

Holly Snopko, Leader of Troop 1265 took some amazing photos on the troop trip to Rock the Mall in Washington DC! The Girl Scouts spent five days learning everything they could about DC-from the White House, to many museums, to Rock the Mall, to the monuments, to Arlington cemetary. Holly reports, "it truly was a trip of a lifetime!"

Thanks for the pictures, Holly! Click below for more pictures.

Twilight Camp Fun!

Posted: Jun 14, 2012

About 200 Girl Scouts from the Mountain Rose and Squash Blossom enjoyed a week of Twilight Camp at Camp Sombrero last week!
The theme this year—100 years of Girl Scouting!

Each night was dedicated to a different decade of Girl Scouting, and the girls were able to see the uniforms and other Girl Scout artifacts from that era, and learn what it might have been like to be a Girl Scout during that time period.

And of course, there was swimming, games, crafts, and Girl Scout songs!

On the last night, girls in 4th grade and older got a special treat! They were able to stay overnight and have a traditional Girl Scout Camp experience.

Click below to see more pictures! To register for other Day Camp and Resident Camp options, [click here.]

GSACPC Girl Scouts “Rock the Mall” in Washington D.C.!

Posted: Jun 12, 2012

On Saturday, June 9th, six Girl Scouts from our council joined 300,000 Girl Scouts, Girl Guides and alumnae from around the world for the world’s largest sing-a-long, called “Rock the Mall”  to celebrate the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary. Girl Scouts from each state in the United States were present.

Click below the image for more about this amazing event!

Camp Maripai-Update

Posted: Jun 05, 2012

There was a broken electrical line issue on June 5th at Camp Maripai, causing a very small fire. Camp staff reported the incident to a local fire department. Response was quick, and the situation was quickly resolved. No camp buildings were threatened, as the situation was a considerable distance from any occupied buildings. All camp employees are safe and fire officials have determined there is no reason to postpone any camp activities.  

Camp activities are not scheduled near the affected area. 

For any further questions, please contact Lindsay Johnson-Hintze: