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Adult Learning Experience (A.L.E.) 2019

August 7-11, 2019
Camp Ledgewood, Peninsula, Ohio

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It's like Girl Scout camp for adults!

Grow your comfort zone with hands-on learning, and build a trellis of support by networking in a relaxing, fun environment. Dig in and plant the seeds for a successful troop year.

2019 A.L.E. course offerings and descriptions listed below.

Registration opens April 16, 6am and closes July 18 at 11:55pm.

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About A.L.E

Learn by doing

Get certifed in CPR/AED/First Aid, Archery, troop camping, outdoor courses, and more.

Break some new ground

See how other volunteers plan with girls and unearth new approaches for your troop.

Dig in!

Explore your learning style, try a new craft, cook over the fire, or test the waters on high adventure.

Take a hike in their shoes

Try something you’ve never done before and connect with the girl perspective. Hands-on classes are set up to make it easy to take the lesson back to your girls.

Join us for A.L.E.

When we get together, we share our stories, learn from each other and create connections that last a lifetime.  Whether you are a new or experienced volunteer, you can refine your skills as an adult Girl Scout member.  Explore areas of leadership, the outdoors, arts, healthy living, STEM, community engagement and, of course, Girl Scout fundamentals.

 

There's a lot to do at A.L.E.! 

Check out some of the important information by clicking on the categories below.

 

A.L.E. Course Offerings

Wednesday, August 7

Session 1 - 6:30 - 8:30pm

Course Description Cost
Blended Learning Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Combine pre-course online-prep work with a real-in-classroom experience. This will lessen the time you spend in the classroom, but still counts as a workplace Adult and Pediatrics First Aid/CPR/AED certification for the American Red Cross. Prepare for class by completing the online portion of simulated learning course on your computer. After completing it you will be given a certificate to proceed to the in-classroom skills session. The online simulation learning provides an engaging online experience where learners respond to real-world emergencies by going on “missions”. These missions take place in a variety of settings – from the office cubicle to the factory floor to the school cafeteria. In early missions, a narrator provides extensive direction and feedback to support learner’s actions, while in later missions, learners are challenged to practice with less assistance – building their confidence and knowledge prior to attending the in-person skill session. Learners must complete the online course before participating in the skill session. Bring a copy of your completion certificate to the class. You cannot attend the class without this proof of completion. If you do not have a printer you can take a picture of the completion certificate with your cell phone to show your instructor. The certificate is non-transferrable. If you have trouble with the online pre-course work call 1-800-RED-CROSS for technical assistance. The link for online portion will be included in your confirmation email. Please make sure you enter your correct email address when registering for this class, in order to receive the link.
$10
Boating for Fun
Rowboats, Kayaks and Canoes, oh my! So many ways to get out on the water and show the girls how to safely have fun! Learn how to plan for boating event, recognize danger, and quick little games that will keep your girls entertained for hours. This course does not certify adults to facilitate canoeing for girls. $4
Campfire Connections for Junior & Cadette Leaders
This is your opportunity to network with current age-level leaders. Ask questions and share your experiences. Seasoned leaders will be available to moderate the discussions. $0
Girl-Led Experience - D/B/J This class will help to clarify what girl-led looks like in an troop setting. Adults will learn to act as coach/mentor/guide to assist girls in leading their Girl Scout experience in age-appropriate ways. Discussion will include transitioning to next levels, developing critical thinking, and tips to ensure success. $2
Money Earning Beyond Candy & Cookies
For troops wanting to earn money beyond council-sponsored product sales for award projects, service and travel. This class will help leaders develop money earning ideas and to learn the proper steps to carry these activities out through proper GSNEO processes. $2
Navigating the GSNEO Website Are you searching for ways to organize and make your life easier? Having trouble navigating the many Girl Scout systems and resources available online? Come learn how to make troop management a tad easier. Learn about the resources available and find ways to connect with and engage the girls (and caregivers) online.  Bring your laptop for an interactive session. $2
Tents and Adirondack Camping - Overnight Pre requisite-Outdoor Essentials. Ready to move beyond having a kitchen when you camp? This course will help you take your girls to the next level of camping fun.  We will share packing ideas, tips and tricks and meal planning for getting into the great outdoors. Overnight a must, class skills will extend into the nighttime hours. THIS COURSE IS AN OVERNIGHT COURSE. Participants will be released by 8:30a.m. on August 8. Child care is not provided for overnight courses. $6
Tips & Tidbits Share the lost traditions of Girl Scouting: the things we used to do instead of...and the crafts we used to make…such as wax paper silk screen printing, potato stamps, leaf prints, and sandpaper/crayon prints. Bring a white/light color, no pocket, t-shirt (washed, no fabric softener) and a piece of light color, cotton fabric the size of a bandana. $4
Thursday, August 8
Session 1 - 9 - 11am
Course Description Cost
Camp Kitchen This class is meant to bridge the gap between Outdoor Essentials and Outdoor Cooking classes. Take an in-depth look at camp kitchen safety, methods, equipment, and set-up. This training is for anyone that wants to make the most of the camp kitchen when utilizing any of the outdoor camp sites. $4
Engaging Families What would doubling the amount of support you receive from your troop families do for you? National studies show that the more you clearly define the ways that caregivers can help…the more likely they are to step in. If done correctly, you will build a solid support base, strengthen the girls' chances of longevity with your troop, and caregivers and family members will keep coming back to help because they witness the positive effect their participation has on the troop and their daughter. This class will give you the tools to discover ways of engaging caregivers and family members to connect to Girl Scouting firsthand, so that girls will ultimately have a better experience as their leaders and caregivers/families find the value and support in their volunteer experience and imitate the good example set by all. $4
Fishing with Your Troop
Learn the basics of fishing including casting, baits, fish identification, set-ups, and removing a fish from a hook. $4
Get Organized Do you feel like Girl Scouts is taking over the kitchen table, the dining room, or the basement? This class will help you get organized the Girl Scout way! From paperwork to camp supplies and everything in between, experienced leaders will show you ways to make everyday Girl Scouting organization just a little easier. Develop a system to organize information, keep better files and records, and get ideas on ways to store all that Girl Scout stuff. $5
Lanyard
Remember lacing key chains when you were a girl, but can't quite recall how it's done?  What is gimp and how many ways can it be used? Try various braids and crafts that you can teach to your own troop!  $4
Lanyard
Remember lacing keychains when you were a girl, but can't quite recall how it's done? What is Gimp cord and how many ways can it be used? Try various braids and crafts that you can teach to your own troop! $4
Let's Get Ready to STEM!
Do STEM Journeys and badges intimidate you? Not sure where to start? If so, this is the class for you. We will identify the common themes of STEM Journeys and badges. We will discuss how to break them down for any age level. We will develop specific plans to guide girls through these fun and exciting Journeys and badges. $4

Level 1: Intro to Canoeing and Flat Water Canoe Safety & Rescue Skills  

9:00AM - 5:00 PM

Canoeing is a great team-building activity and an enjoyable and relaxing way to experience the outdoors. This American Canoe Association (ACA) approved course will expose participants to basic water safety and paddling skills for tandem canoeing on flat water. Participants must complete all requirements to the satisfaction of the instructors to pass the training, certifying you to take Girl Scouts canoeing on any flat water lake. This course will include the following: ACA Level 1 Smart Start Paddling, ACA Level 1 Quick Start Your Canoe, ACA Level 1 Introduction to Canoeing, and ACA Flat-water Canoe Safety and Rescue Skills. If you are interested in becoming a GSNEO Flat Water Canoe Facilitator please email chewitt@gsneo.org for the application. NOTE: This certification enables you to facilitate programs at all three GSNEO camp properties. Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for you and your child(ren). $25

Low Ropes Challenge Course Certification

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

A Low Ropes Challenge Course is a challenging outdoor personal development and team building activity. By using cables, ropes, and wooden beams strung among trees or poles, teams of girls explore risk taking, leadership, physical challenges, and communication. The Low Ropes Challenge Course also highlights problem-solving, coaching and collaboration. This course is by invitation only, and has an application and interview process. If you are interested in becoming a GSNEO Low Ropes Challenge Course Facilitator please email nlane@gsneo.org for the application. NOTE: This certification enables you to facilitate programs at all three GSNEO camp properties. Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for you and your child(ren). $0
Math a Four Letter Word What happens to girls and math as they get older? See new ways to strengthen girls' and your own math skills. We will use brain teasers, puzzles, measuring, food and physical activities to show how much fun and creative math can be. You will become comfortable enough with math that you can take it back to your troop. $4
Stand Your Ground Stand Your Ground isn't just for the shy, quiet, introverted leader. It also can be useful to the extrovert who tends to be called bossy! Which are you? Come explore with me how to best delegate, be assertive and effective without coming off as being bossy. Learn how to ask for exactly what you need from your organization's representatives, family members and girls, and walk away with some creative ways to ask what it is that they can best contribute to your troop's needs. Helicopter Moms? Caregivers who treat you like a sitter? Representatives that don't communicate? Everyone wants to feel needed, and no one likes to be bossed around or feel intimidated. Quit being the proverbial  doormat and let us help you land those helicopters and demystify the Girl Scout Way to your caregivers to give you a WIN-WIN year for your troop families! $2
Weather Wise
Discover the natural signs of weather--both folkloric and scientific. Make weather predicting instruments to share with your troop. $4
Session 2 - Noon - 2pm
Course Description Cost
Effective Communication Effective communication is more than what you say. This courses walks you through strong and clear communication strategies that will help you improve your listening,  message, delivery, and effectiveness. Gain tips on how to remove barriers to effective communication. Learn how to make your message more impactful, and get the results you want. $3
Eons and Inches Explore size and scale from the vastness of time and space to the microscopic. This session will include opportunities to compare time and distance, handle fossils, build models, and use microscopes. $2
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Governance in Girl Scouting
Interested in becoming a National Delegate? Who can become a Membership Delegate or a National Delegate? Want to learn the basics of Robert's Rules of Order and understand the basic democratic process in Girl Scouting? Come and learn how to make your voice heard. $0
Making Journal Books
Learn simple and fun techniques for folding and binding books to create your own book for journaling your Girl Scout experiences, fondest memories, thoughts, and travel photos. Come express yourself and have fun! $4
Outdoor Cooking Sampler
Cooking outdoors may be on your troop's list of things to do. Have no fear!  Using a variety of cooking methods, learn basic skills coupled with a few handy tips, and you too can whip up a great meal outdoors. This course will provide you with ideas for food that your girls will love to make and eat. New recipes for 2019. It is suggested that you take this class before other cooking classes. $5
Sharpie Marker Fun
Come find a few new ideas to use those Sharpie markers. We will share easy projects for the Daisy and Brownie age levels. You will leave with a newly created mug to share at your next event. Who knows what else may be put in front of you! Bring a clean, white t-shirt for this course. $4
STARLAB
Pre-/co-requisite: Camp Stargazing.  Become a STARLAB program facilitator! The STARLAB is an inflatable planetarium. Through the use of a different cylinders we are able to project imagery on the dome's inner walls. STARLAB facilitators are responsible for helping girls get excited about space through the stories of constellations and mythology of different cultures and provide a variety of experiences for girls of all ages. In this training you will learn to set-up, use, and break-down the STARLAB as well as be provided with various program and curriculum resources. As a facilitator you can volunteer to run council-sponsored programs or offer your facilitation skills to your service unit who is able to rent the use of the STARLAB while at camp! $0
Themed Campouts 1
Want some new ideas for camping trips with your troop or group? Come learn some new ways to tie your weekend into a special theme. What will the theme be this year? $5
The Vibe of Your Tribe Girl Scouting brings together both girls and adults with many different personalities to each and every meeting. Learn about age appropriate ways of dealing with feelings. Make your own tools to share coping skills, self-care, and healthy communication with your troop. $2
Session 3 - 3 - 5pm
Course Description Cost
Bringing Out The Best in Each Girl Do you have girls with unique social, emotional, or behavioral challenges? Put yourself in their shoes and discover how to bring out their best qualities to keep them flourishing. This class will show you how to think out-of-the-box and break barriers in order to allow ALL of your Scouts to SHINE with their ABILITIES! Disabilities to be covered: ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Dyslexia, Sensory Integration Disorders, and more. $4
Candle Making We'll start with the safety guidelines needed to work with wax candles. then, we'll cover dipping, molds, and ice candles, as well as scenting and painting techniques before you get to make your own candle. A wonderful money earning project for OLDER girls. $4
Getting Steamed About Cooking
Explore advanced outdoor cooking methods using bake packs, insultation, and reflector cooking. Make your own insulation pack for your camp gear. $10
Healthy Eating - You're Worth It!
Are you interested in learning how to incorporate healthier choices into your lifestyle? Would you like help implementing these choices into your troop activities? In this class we will answer the questions: What is healthy eating? Why is it important? And, what can it do for me? We will focus on how to make healthy eating fun and creative for you and your girls. $4
Lanyard II
Have you taken Lanyards? Would you like to learn some more complex designs? Come join Lanyards II and you will leave with techniques to challenge your girls! $4
Lashing
Get the basics on how to use ropes instead of nails to bind things together. We will make a project for you to take home. $5
Make & Take Basic Camping Equipment
Do you need camping supplies on a limited budget? Discover how to make your own fire starters, vagabond stove and charcoal starter. Learn the do's and don'ts of using this equipment so you are ready to take action at your next campout. $6
Recruiting, Retention & Community Events
Are you interested in learning more about the the types of events that your service unit or troop could plan? Are you looking for new event ideas? If you answered yes, then join us to discover the events that your service unit or troop could implement to help with recruiting, retention and community in your area. $2
Up-Cycled Arts and Crafts Explore ways to turn something old into something new. Find new uses for fabric scraps, old clothes, and more. We will make tote bags and dream catchers. Participants should bring their own scissors. $4
Session 4 - 6:30-8:30pm
Course Description Cost
Boating for Fun Rowboats, Kayaks and Canoes, oh my! So many ways to get out on the water and show the girls how to safely have fun! Learn how to plan for a boating event, recognize danger, and quick little games that will keep your girls entertained for hours. This course does not certify adults to facilitate canoeing for girls. $4
Breaking Barriers Nervous about how to include a Scout and/or adult with a physical disability into your troop activities? We will cover Disability Etiquette (the do's & don'ts), hands-on Disability Sensitivity (walking a mile in the shoes of different disabilities), and Breaking Barriers Application (using these new skills to apply to real-life situations). This class will show you how to think out-of-the-box and break barriers in order to allow ALL of your Scouts to SHINE with their ABILITIES! Disabilities to be covered: Mobility Impairments (canes, walkers, leg braces, wheelchairs), Fine Motor Impairment (hand function/ strength), Visual Impairments/Blindness, and Hearing Impairments. $2
Excel
Learn how to set up Excel to meet your Girl Scout needs to track girl achievements, keep the troop budget, plan events and more. You might even learn a trick or two that will help outside of scouts. Come learn tips and tricks that will speed up how you use Excel, including formulas and functions, edits the easy way and how to avoid common printing problems. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops with Excel 2007 or newer. For beginning and intermediate users. $4
Four Seasons of Camp
So, you’re feeling pretty good about your camping skills and are looking for something new—a change of venue, change of season, or both. This class will explore camping progression from glamping to roughing it, and options for activities and plans for spring, summer, winter and fall.   $2
Lashing II
Participants will lash two projects to take home. We will also learn and do projects that can be used in camping and emergencies, such as a gateway, chair, table, fire briquet holder, lantern holder, wash basin, Chippewa kitchen, stretches and more. Pre-requisites: Lashing I or mastery of square knots, clove hitch & knowledge of four types of lashing. Lashing II will include a very brief review of lashing types. $5
Make & Take Personal
Do you need inexpensive personal camping gear? Come and discover how to make a sit-upon, ditty bag, dunk bag, and more. $10
Outdoor Cooking - Vagabond Stove
Have you ever wished you could take your stove to camp? Well, you can! Your VAGABOND STOVE that is! From beginning cooks to old hats, the vagabond stove lets everyone be a camp cook. This ultimate tool for individual cooking allows you to fry, stew, and even bake. We won’t be making a stove, but you will be making some pretty yummy camp food! $10
Paperbag Albums
We will explore different ways to use brown lunch bags to journal, scrapbook, and evaluate a Girl Scout's many experiences in Girl Scouting. $3
Snack Attack - Healthy Looking for ideas for healthy snacks for your girls? You will make and take home tips, tricks and recipes that you can do during a troop meeting that require little to no heat! You will be given the recipes you made along with many more. $4
SWAPS Themed
Do you want some new SWAPS ideas?  This class is a “themed” SWAPS class and the theme changes every year.  This year the theme will be “Grow Your Zone.” Some will be easy to make and some more challenging.  You’ll find SWAPS to share with your girls, no matter what age level they are. We also encourage you to share your ideas with us! $5
Friday, August 9
Session 1 - 9 - 11am
Course Description Cost
3 Processes, 1 Powerful Program
When you volunteer to help girls, it's not just what you do-it's how you do it. The 3 Processes: Girl-Led, Learning by Doing, and Cooperative Learning; define how we do Girl Scouting. They help make Girl Scouting unique and the Girl Leadership Experience powerful. And they are what make Girl Scouting fun for girls!  "3 Processes: One Powerful Program" was designed to help volunteers: understand exactly what the processes are and how they benefit girls, transfer what they've leaned about the process by doing the National Leadership Journeys to all other Girl Scout activities, implement the processes in age-appropriate ways. and become more confident partnering with girls. $4

Archery Level 1 Certification - National 3 Year Certification

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Come spend a day at camp and learn everything you need to know about taking your girls on the archery range, rain or shine! This all day class will teach you the basics about the safety, equipment, and fun of bringing your girls out on the range. Please select this as your only class for the day and bring a lunch and a camp chair. Refrigeration is provided. If you are interested in becoming a GSNEO Archery Program Facilitator, please email chewitt@gsneo.org for the application. Volunteer instructors are sought for Council events. Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for you and your child(ren). $45
Blended Learnng Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Combine pre-course online-prep work with a real-in-classroom experience.  This will lessen the time you spend in the classroom, but still counts as a workplace Adult and Pediatrics First Aid/CPR/AED certification for the American Red Cross.   Prepare for class by completing the online portion of simulated learning course on your computer.  After completing it you will be given a certificate to proceed to the in-classroom skills session.  The online simulation learning provides an engaging online experience where learners respond to real-world emergencies by going on “missions”. These missions take place in a variety of settings – from the office cubicle to the factory floor to the school cafeteria. In early missions, a narrator provides extensive direction and feedback to support learner’s actions, while in later missions, learners are challenged to practice with less assistance – building their confidence and knowledge prior to attending the in-person skill session. Learners must complete the online course before participating in the skill session. Bring a copy of your completion certificate to the class. You cannot attend the class without this proof of completion. If you do not have a printer you can take a picture of the completion certificate with your cell phone to show your instructor. The certificate is non-transferrable.  If you have trouble with the online pre-course work call 1-800-RED-CROSS for technical assistance.   The link for online portion will be included in your confirmation email. Please make sure you enter your correct email address when registering for this class, in order to receive the link. $10
Cross Stitch 101
Learn how a few basic stitches can create a work of art or decorative accessory. You will make a design that you can share with your troop. No sewing experience necessary. It can be used with the "It's Your World" or "It's Your Story" Journeys for all age levels. Come and enjoy a new hobby. All materials will be supplied, but you may bring your own scissors. $4
Daisy Brownie Science
Hands-on discovery of science for both leader and girls. You will create and make projects that you can show, teach and take with you. Show your girls that science is fun. $4

Level 1: Intro to Canoeing and Flat Water Canoe Safety & Rescue

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Canoeing is a great team-building activity and an enjoyable and relaxing way to experience the outdoors. This American Canoe Association (ACA) approved course will expose participants to basic water safety and paddling skills for tandem canoeing on flat water. Participants must complete all requirements to the satisfaction of the instructors to pass the training, certifying you to take Girl Scouts canoeing on any flat water lake. This course will include the following: ACA Level 1 Smart Start Paddling, ACA Level 1 Quick Start Your Canoe, ACA Level 1 Introduction to Canoeing, and ACA Flat-water Canoe Safety and Rescue Skills. If you are interested in becoming a GSNEO Flat Water Canoe  Facilitator please email chewitt@gsneo.org for the application. NOTE: This certification enables you to facilitate programs at all three GSNEO camp properties. Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for you and your child(ren). $25
No Prob-Llamas! Conflict Resolution for Adults - Part 1
Bickering between caregivers in your troop? Just can’t get along with your co-leader? You’ve got drama, llama, and we have the tools to help! Walk through GSNEO’s Volunteer Relations Conflict Management Roadmap and learn techniques to kick your drama to the curb in this session. You will leave with information and resources to deal with conflict between adults and the confidence to handle any situation thrown your way with grace! Part 1 in an optional 2-part series. $0

Outdoor Essentials

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Is your troop ready to plan their first cabin campout experience?  This streamlined training will go over the Safety Activity Checkpoints as it relates to this outdoor activity and seasoned volunteers will share camping tips, techniques, and tricks that will build your knowledge and confidence. This all-day, required training is lots of fun and covers everything from fire building, tying knots, campfire cooking, and more. Dress for the weather and bring a mess kit (plate, silverware, cup, and a mesh bag).  Lunch will be provided for participants.  Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for your child(ren). $10
Progressive Dinner Dutch Oven Style
Come learn the basics of Dutch Oven care, cleaning, and how important using liners can be. But most importantly, we will make a 3-course Italian inspired meal. $10
Reflexology Learn how to treat yourself and your family with Reflexology. Reflexology is the practice of massaging and stimulating points on the feet and hands. Benefits cited by research are reduced stress, improved circulation, toxin elimination and pain relief. In this Introduction to Reflexology learn how to: Relieve sinus pressure and pain, Relieve back pain, knee pain,headaches and much more, and Practice on yourself and other students. $4
Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey In this session, we’ll take a closer look at the Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors. We’ll review what’s included in the Journeys, including the structure, activities, and resources provided by our program partner, SciStarter. Then, we’ll try a variety of the activities that teach girls how to make observations, collect data, and share their work with scientists! This hands-on session is intended to help both leaders prepare to lead the citizen scientist Journey with girls, and for administrative volunteers that support troop leaders. $0
Trek Ledgewood 1
First make some trail mix and a personal first aid kit, have a nature scavenger hunt and learn some hiking games your girls will love! We will be hiking at least 2 trails, one of which has lots of up-hill and down-hill steps. Wear hiking boots and be ready, rain or shine. Bottled water, trail mix, and first aid supplies provided. $5
Session 2 - Noon - 2pm
Course Description Cost
Construction Walking Tour Walk and talk with the GSNEO CEO as she leads you on a construction tour of recently completed projects and projects in process and what's in the future for Camp Ledgewood. Ask any questions you have construction related or not. $0
Grow Your Mindset
Do you find yourself in the midst of challenges thinking, “This is hard. This is fun!” Would you like to? This class will explore what it means to have a growth mindset and provide tools to help you and your girls continue to grow as individuals and as part of your community. $2
Knots 101
Knots. It all begins with rope! Different sizes, lengths, widths, and strengths, all depending on its use. Discover which knots to use, when to use them and how to easily teach knots to your girls. Remember, practice makes perfect. Leave this session with your knot board in a binder. You will create a notebook filled with techniques, tricks, tips and games to play with ropes. $10
Lifeguarding - 3 Day Class (Friday-Sunday)

ALL THREE SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS CERTIFICATION. Friday's session will end approximately at 7pm The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over.

This class runs Friday 12-7pm, Saturday 9am-8:30pm, and Sunday 9am-8:30pm.

We’ll break for half an hour on Saturday and Sunday for lunch.

Participants should bring their swimsuits each day and expect to get in the pool each day. There are online segments that need to be completed prior to attending class.  You will be contacted with the links to complete the online portion and the due dates.

Child care is not provided for this class.

$100
No Prob-Llamas! Conflict Resolution for Girls - Part 2
“Mean girl” moments between your previously problem-free Girl Scouts? You’ve got drama, llama, and we have the tools to help! Learn techniques to kick your drama to the curb in this session where you will test out activities to combat girl bullying. You will leave with information about resources to deal with conflict between girls and the confidence to handle any situation thrown your way with grace! Part 2 in an optional 2-part series. $0
Outdoor Cooking Gourmet
If you’re ready to move beyond the usual weenie roast and campfire S’mores, this is the course for you!  Take your outdoor cooking to the next level and become a gourmet outdoor chef! Join us for some new recipes, cooking methods, and outdoor cooking fun! Dress for the weather, bring a mess kit, and come hungry. $10
Pony Beads
Let's have fun making basic bracelets and cute animal critters from your stash of pony beads and plastic lacing. Are your girls too old for pony beads? Using the same principles, seed beads and jewelry wire, make adorable SWAPS. $5
Raising Strong Daughters 6-12 grade
Help your daughter navigate through the perils of middle school and high school. Explore ways to help your daughter remain true to herself and make good choices. Review what is in your control and what is not. $2
Themed Campouts 2 Are things getting curiouser and curiouser at your troop campouts? Don't be late for this opportunity to expand on your themed campout knowledge. $5
Think Like an Engineer Journey In this session, we’ll take a closer look at the Think Like an Engineer Journey for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors. We’ll review what’s included in the Journeys, including the structure, activities, and resources provided by our program partner, Design Squad. Then, we’ll try a variety of design challenges that teach girls about the design process and how engineers solve problems! This hands-on session is intended to help both leaders prepare to lead the engineering Journey with girls, and for administrative volunteers that support troop leaders. $0
Session 3 - 3 - 5pm
Course Description Cost
Back Pocket Programs Need to fill some time and don't know what to do right off the top of your head? Get lots of ideas for activities that take little or no materials and can be done just about anywhere. You will take home some fun ideas as well as supplies that will have you doing back pocket programs all the time! $5
Blended Learning Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Combine pre-course online-prep work with a real-in-classroom experience.  This will lessen the time you spend in the classroom, but still counts as a workplace Adult and Pediatrics First Aid/CPR/AED certification for the American Red Cross.   Prepare for class by completing the online portion of simulated learning course on your computer.  After completing it you will be given a certificate to proceed to the in-classroom skills session.  The online simulation learning provides an engaging online experience where learners respond to real-world emergencies by going on “missions”. These missions take place in a variety of settings – from the office cubicle to the factory floor to the school cafeteria. In early missions, a narrator provides extensive direction and feedback to support learner’s actions, while in later missions, learners are challenged to practice with less assistance – building their confidence and knowledge prior to attending the in-person skill session. Learners must complete the online course before participating in the skill session. Bring a copy of your completion certificate to the class. You cannot attend the class without this proof of completion. If you do not have a printer you can take a picture of the completion certificate with your cell phone to show your instructor. The certificate is non-transferrable.  If you have trouble with the online pre-course work call 1-800-RED-CROSS for technical assistance.   The link for online portion will be included in your confirmation email. Please make sure you enter your correct email address when registering for this class, in order to receive the link. $10
Commercial Kitchen for Camp Ledgewood
Are you planning a large group function and need to use the commercial kitchen at a GSNEO Camp? Well, here is your chance to find out how! This training is camp specific. This class is for the use of Camp Ledgewood's Commercial Kitchen only. In this class you will be shown everything you need to know, such as running the dishwasher, where the circuit breakers are and much more. It's not hard, but you need to know about it, if you plan to use it. $4
Creeks Alive
Bring water ecology alive for your girls!  Workshop includes introduction to basic science and hands-on field experience. Wear your boots and identify the conditions of a healthy water system, especially the critters that live there. $4
Knots 102
Pre-requisite, Knots 101. This class includes a quick review of Knots 101--Bring your notebook. Discover some new knots that are more challenging and add some more pages to your handy notebook. $5
Service Unit Event Planning
Have you considered planning an event for the Service Unit? Wondered HOW in the world you are going to make happen and WHO will do it? This class will walk you through event planning steps including surveying the troops, appointing a committee, communication, marketing, site selection, health and safety, program planning, transportation, food, budget, scheduling and evaluating. $4
Soap Making
Soap making, once the province of homemakers in the past, has recently returned to the kitchens of today. Concern over the environment has reawakened the interest in soap making. Today's soaps are created with a wide array of vegetable oils that are far kinder and more in harmony with our environment. A world of creativity is contained in the art of soap making. $5
Think Like a Programmer Journey
In this session, we’ll take a closer look at the Think Like a Computer Scientist Journey for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors.  We’ll review what’s included in the Journeys, including the structure, activities, and resources provided by our program partner, code.org. Then, we’ll try a variety of the activities that teach girls about computational thinking and how programmers solve problems! This hands-on session is intended to help both leaders prepare to lead the computer science Journey with girls, and for administrative volunteers that support troop leaders. $0
Tree of Life
Create a unique Tree of Life Pendent from wire, gemstones and beads. The Tree of Life symbol represents the quest for knowledge and wisdom. Bring your jewelry pliers and extra beads if you have them. $4
Session 4 - 6:30-8:30pm
Course Description Cost
Camp Stargazing
Learn basic stargazing tips and how to identify and locate stars and planets. Take home hands-on activities to help present concepts about planets, stars, and the solar system.   $4
Campfire Connections for Daisy & Brownie Leaders
This is your opportunity to network with current age-level leaders. Ask questions and share your experiences. Seasoned leaders will be available to moderate the discussions. $0
Campfire Songs/Ceremonies and Flag Retiring
Come join us for songs around the campfire, ways to incorporate ceremonies at the campfire and take part in retiring flags over our ceremonial fire. $0
Edible Environmental Activities
Through hands-on activities that you can eat, experience ways to lead your girls through learning about how waste, landfills and soil layers effect the environment. A yummy way to work with STEM. $5

Outdoor Overnight Experience

6:30 PM - 8:30 AM

Put your Outdoor Essentials training into practice with this highly recommended course. When the sun goes down, the overnight fun begins…but remember, things look much different in the dark!  Learn from experienced volunteers before your first overnight experience with your girls. The course covers building a campfire, Girl Scout songs, night hikes, nature activities and more. Be sure to dress for the weather and bring appropriate clothing, a mess kit (plate, silverware, cup and a mesh bag), toiletries, sleeping bag, and a pillow. Meals provided.  THIS COURSE IS AN OVERNIGHT COURSE. Participants will be released by 8:30am on August 10. Child care is not provided for overnight courses. $10
Steampunk
Have you heard about the current steampunk trend? You will make a hands-on craft that helps you appreciate it. In this class you will recycle bits of old, broken jewelry and other nuts, bolts, gears, etc. You will create a one of a kind fashion accessory. The tools for steampunk are pliers, wire cutters, scissors and old, broken jewelry, hardware or gadgets - please bring whatever you have of these items. A great activity for the troops working on the Journey 'It's Your Planet." May be too advanced for Daisy age level. $5
T-Shirt Masking
This fun technique for decorating and designing t-shirts uses simple tools - just masking tape and sponge brushes. Amaze yourself with your own hidden talent!  Bring two (2) t-shirts–one dark and one white (washed and dried without fabric softener). Plus, you’ll take home ideas for decorating other t-shirts. $6
Camp "N" Craft
(9pm - 8:30am - Overnight)
Starting after the last classes on Friday, work on your favorite craft such as scrapbooking, rubber stamping or anything else you may want to work on. What a great time to work on unfinished projects, learn something new or network with other leaders. Bring a snack to share and your gear to spend the night. Light breakfast and chocolate provided. Adults Only. THIS COURSE IS AN OVERNIGHT COURSE. Participants will be released by 8:30am on August 10. Child care is not provided for overnight courses. $6
Ghostly Tales of Camp (9 - 10:30pm)
Enjoy a night hike around camp while we discuss the legends of the other residents of Camp Ledgewood. Adults only. Child care is not provided for this class. $3
Observatory
(9 - 10:30pm)
PREREQUISITE: Camp Stargazing. This is an introductory class to the telescope/observatory operation at GSNEO Camps. This training is camp specific. This class is for the use of Camp Ledgewood's Observatory only. Some familiarity with the night sky is needed to operate the telescopes and for certification you must complete additional practice sessions with a certified observatory volunteer. Child care is not provided for this class. $4
Saturday, August 10
Session 1 - 9 - 11am
Course Description Cost

Archery Level 1 Certification - National 3 Year Certification

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Come spend a day at camp and learn everything you need to know about taking your girls on the archery range rain or shine! This all day class will teach you the basics about the safety, equipment, and fun of bringing your girls out on the range. Please select this as your only class for the day and bring a lunch and a camp chair. Refrigeration is provided. If you are interested in becoming a GSNEO Archery Program Facilitator, please email chewitt@gsneo.org for the application. Volunteer instructors are sought for Council events. Please select child care for the day and make sure to pack a lunch for you and your child(ren). $45
Badges & So Much More Everyone knows that Girl Scouts have badges. But "The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting" has more than just exciting, new badges for every age level. This would be a perfect opportunity if you are a new leader or changing age levels to take a look. Bridging? Skill-builders? Traditions? Badges and Awards? They are all in the "Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting." Let's explore together! $4
Blended Learning Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Combine pre-course online-prep work with a real-in-classroom experience.  This will lessen the time you spend in the classroom, but still counts as a workplace Adult and Pediatrics First Aid/CPR/AED certification for the American Red Cross.   Prepare for class by completing the online portion of simulated learning course on your computer.  After completing it you will be given a certificate to proceed to the in-classroom skills session.  The online simulation learning provides an engaging online experience where learners respond to real-world emergencies by going on “missions”. These missions take place in a variety of settings – from the office cubicle to the factory floor to the school cafeteria. In early missions, a narrator provides extensive direction and feedback to support learner’s actions, while in later missions, learners are challenged to practice with less assistance – building their confidence and knowledge prior to attending the in-person skill session. Learners must complete the online course before participating in the skill session. Bring a copy of your completion certificate to the class. You cannot attend the class without this proof of completion. If you do not have a printer you can take a picture of the completion certificate with your cell phone to show your instructor. The certificate is non-transferrable.  If you have trouble with the online pre-course work call 1-800-RED-CROSS for technical assistance.   The link for online portion will be included in your confirmation email. Please make sure you enter your correct email address when registering for this class, in order to receive the link. $10
Crafting with Coloring Pages
Do you want some ideas to do with your beautiful coloring pages? Come and learn some ways to display your artwork. Bring photocopies of 3-5 finished coloring pages. In class you will make a bookmark, a magnet, and decorate a t-shirt. Please bring your own t-shirt. This can be used for any art legacy badges and the It's My Story Journey. $6
Glass Etching
This workshop will cover the basics of chemical glass etching. Participants will complete 2-3 projects. Please wear old clothing, protective eyewear is provided. $5
Lifeguarding (3 day, Friday through Sunday)
ALL THREE SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS CERTIFICATION. Saturday session will run until 6pm. The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Child care is not provided for this class. $100 - See Friday, Session 2
Orienteering
Can you find your way around camp using a compass? Learn basic map, compass and orienteering skills. You will then be ready to participate in an orienteering meet with your girls! Feel free to bring a compass if you own one. $4

Outdoor Essentials

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Is your troop ready to plan their first cabin campout experience? This streamlined training will go over the Safety Activity Checkpoints as it relates to this outdoor activity and seasoned volunteers will share camping tips, techniques, and tricks that will build your knowledge and confidence. This all-day, required training is lots of fun and covers everything from fire building, tying knots, campfire cooking, and more. Dress for the weather and bring a mess kit (plate, silverware, cup, and a mesh bag). Lunch will be provided for participants. Child care provided during lunch, please pack a lunch for your child(ren). $10
Paracord Fun
P-Cord? Paracord? 550? 425? What the heck is this all about? Come and join us to learn about Paracord (P-cord for short), the numbers, what it can be used for in the wilderness and at home. In this hands-on class you will take home projects and directions for other crafts. $8
SWAPS Themed
Do you want some new SWAPS ideas? This class is a “themed” SWAPS classes and the theme changes every year. This year the theme will be “Grow Your Zone.” Some will be easy to make and some more challenging. You’ll find SWAPS to share with your girls, no matter what age level they are. We also encourage you to share your ideas with us! $5
Tie-Dyeing Learn a fun technique for decorating fabric. Participants will learn hands-on, different techniques to create bright and amazing patterns. Learn where to obtain supplies and what materials are required. Two white bandanas will be provided. Participants should bring at least one white cotton t-shirt or other white cotton fabric to dye. Learn tip and tricks for planning and running a tie-dye station at you next troop or SU event. $5
Session 2 - Noon - 2pm
Course Description Cost
Bush Crafting Learn the skills required to thrive in the wilderness with only a minimum of items. This class will look at ways we can implement those skills when camping with Girl Scouts. Recommended to have Knots 101 or equivalent. $3
Convention 2020: How to Get There & What to Do
Convention 2020: Even if you went to Columbus in 2017, this class is everything you ever wanted to know about National Convention but didn’t know to plan for. We will discuss the who, what, where, when, why, and how of getting girls and troops to the big show in Orlando. This is the perfect class for leaders of Juniors to Ambassadors and adult members who want to be involved beyond the Council level. This class is NOT a substitute for Trip Planning so be sure to take that class too before you travel. Discover the purpose, connect to the dream, and take action by initiating the plan. Convention 2020, the adventure awaits! $0
Girl-Led Experience (C/S/A)
A class to clarify what girl-led looks like. Adults will learn to act as coach/mentor/ guide to assist girls in leading their Girl Scout experience in age-appropriate ways. Discussion will include transitioning to next levels, developing critical thinking, and tips to ensure success. $4
Take Action Class
This course will define Take Action and explore practical techniques on how adults can help girls Take Action and make a difference in their community. We’ll cover topics like helping girls choose a project, mapping the community, measuring project impact and the role of the advisor. This class is great for leaders whose girls are starting their Bronze or Silver awards or working on a Take Action project as part of a Journey. $0
Think Outside the Box Oven
Join your fellow Girl Scouts in pushing their outdoor cooking skills to the next level. Make a new box oven for your troop, try making dishes in our box ovens, and leave with lots of new tasty ideas for you and your girls. $5
Tie-Dye Twists and Trefoils
Tired of the same old tie-dye? Learn a fun technique for decorating fabric. Participants will learn hands-on, how to create a Girl Scout Trefoil or other shapes using Tie Dye techniques. We will also cover where to obtain supplies and what materials are required. Two white bandanas will be provided. $5
Up-Cycled Arts & Crafts
Explore ways to turn something old into something new. Find new uses for fabric scraps, old clothes, and more. We will make tote bags and dream catchers. Participants should bring their own scissors. $3
Session 3 - 3 - 5pm
Course Description Cost
Campfire Connections for Senior & Ambassador Leaders
This is your opportunity to network with current age-level leaders. Ask questions and share your experiences. Seasoned leaders will be available to moderate the discussions. $0
Four Seasons of Camp So, you’re feeling pretty good about your camping skills are and looking for something new—a change of venue, change of season, or both. This class will explore camping progression from glamping to roughing it, and options for activities and plans for spring, summer, winter and fall.   $2
Legacy Leadership
A life sentence?  No. Regarding the Law of Legacy, John Maxwell writes, “A leader’s lasting value is measured by succession.” The accurate measure of your legacy lies in the lasting influence you leave with the people your leading.

If your aim is to leave an intentional impact on future generations of leaders, then first, you'll need to decide what kind of legacy you want to leave. What is your special purpose in this leadership role? What difference do you want to make while you’re here? How can you impact future generations to carry out that purpose after you’re gone? Let's discuss the future together!
$0
Recognizing Your Limits High stress and feelings of frustration are signs of trouble for you and the girls you work with. Do you know what burnout looks and sounds like? Too many tasks and not enough time on the clock? Are you one straw away from back-breaking chaos? Taking care of yourself is an important skill for all volunteers. Join us for reflection, assessment, and conversation as we take back control of our lives. Learn how to decompress and say “no” without feeling guilty. Learn how to apply your new skills to troop, family, and work. The work you begin in this class will be with you for a lifetime!  $4
"She Said What?!?!"
It’s important that you feel comfortable creating an environment in which girls have the freedom and security to ask difficult questions and to air views and concerns in respectful conversations. In this session we will give you six simple steps you can use to create a thoughtful, safe, and helpful experience. $2
There's a Form for That!
Confused about what paperwork you need to complete for what? This course will decode your form questions, explain where to find them and why. $0
Session 4 - 6:30-8:30pm
Course Description Cost
Outdoor Overnight Experience
Put your Outdoor Essentials training into practice with this highly recommended course. When the sun goes down, the overnight fun begins…but remember, things look much different in the dark!  Learn from experienced volunteers before your first overnight experience with your girls. The course covers building a campfire, Girl Scout songs, night hikes, nature activities and more.  Be sure to dress for the weather and bring appropriate clothing, a mess kit (plate, silverware, cup and a mesh bag), toiletries, sleeping bag, and a pillow.  Meals Provided. THIS COURSE IS AN OVERNIGHT COURSE. Participants will be released by 8:30am on August 10. Child care is not provided for overnight courses. $10
Sunday, August 11
Course Description Cost
Lifeguarding (Fri-Sun) ALL THREE SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS CERTIFICATION. Saturday session will run until 6p.m. The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Child care is not provided for this class. See Friday, Session 2

 

A.L.E. FAQs

A.L.E. Child Care

We know it can be challenging to balance a family and volunteer training. That's why we've made accommodations to care for your children at camp during the following times on August 8-11:

8:45am-11:15am

11:45am-2:15pm

2:45pm-5:15pm

6:15pm-8:45pm

Safety of your child is top priority. To keep everyone safe, we require children to be registered ahead of time to maintain the proper adult-to-child ratio. Drop-ins cannot be accommodated so register early! 

  • Cost is $7 per child per session
  • Child care is open to children ages 5-12
  • Max. 30 child care openings per session

Child care is very reasonable and in many cases costs participants less to bring them to camp than to leave them home with a sitter. You can’t beat the value!  Pathway Passes cannot be used for payment for child care.  

Child Care Guidelines

  • Child care drop off is located at the amphitheatre
  • A completed health form is required for each child placed in child care
  • Child care is open 15 minutes prior to sessions
  • Each child should bring a backpack, swimwear, rain gear, water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, and tennis shoes. Please no sandals or open toe shoes.
  • Activities may include swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, camp songs, and games.
  • Children should be promptly picked up following each session

Courses that run over meal times

Child care may be carried over through lunch hour if a volunteer is registered in an all-day course. Parents should provide a meal and snack. Refrigeration will not be available so please pack accordingly. 

A.L.E. Course Fees

Adult Learning Experience (A.L.E.) is an amazing value for our volunteers, because of the facilitators who give their time.  There are over 40 volunteers involved planning A.L.E. all year-long in order to ensure the best experience for you, and at a great value.  The course fees are based on whether the course is a basic need, and how much the course costs to run.  Courses that include consumable supplies that participants get to take with them cost between $2 - $25.

 

A.L.E. Overnight Accommodations

Pack your bags and stay at camp! A.L.E. participants and their children may stay overnight in our shared cabin facilities or in a platform tent.

  • Cabins- $8 per night, per person. Cabins are shared occupancy.
  • Adirondacks and Platform Tent- $4 per night, per person. Shared occupancy, each unit houses 4 campers

Register early! Space is limited, first-come, first-served!

Please note that campers are asked to provide their own meals during their stay. Adults staying overnight at camp will receive an email after registration has closed with all necessary information. 

Guidelines for Overnight Guests

  • All overnight guests must bring a completed health form
  • Children staying overnight must be accompanied by a parent at all times
  • Children must be 5 years of age or older
  • A refrigerator and stove is available for cabin campers. All personal food items should be packed in a cooler for storage
  • Please bring camping gear, cooking utensils, food, and toiletries
  • Shower facilities are available when pool area is not in use
  • Please note that cabins, adirondacks and tents are not air conditioned

For more information, check out the A.L.E. camping guide at the bottom of this page. 

A.L.E. T-shirts

Get your 2019 A.L.E. t-shirt!

Shirts will be available for pre-sale through June 16 ONLY.   You will need to select your shirt size when placing your order for A.L.E.

Pre-ordered and prepaid t-shirts will be available during A.L.E check in.  Extra t-shirts may not be available during A.L.E.

 

 

Girl Scout Apparel

The Council Shop is open during business hours while you're at A.L.E.  Why not stop in and check out all the great Girl Scout apparel!

Extra hours are being scheduled for your convenience.  Check back soon for a complete listing of Council Shop hours during A.L.E.

Timeliness

Please check your email to confirm which courses you are registered for, and be sure to read through to the bottom of your registration receipt email for important course information!

A class schedule will be available at Low Lodge. 

Getting settled can take some time. Please allow 15-20 minutes for parking, taking any children to child care, and finding your course location. 

 

Tips for Enjoying A.L.E.
  • Please wear closed-toe shoes such as tennis shoes or hiking boots. 
  • For their safety, children must be checked in and out of child care by their accompanying adult.
  • Children may not be left unaccompanied at any time while on property.
  • Pack sunscreen and a refillable water bottle.
  • Please bring your blue training cards. If you do not have them, please request a set from your course facilitator.
  • There is no air-conditioning use promised in the cabin units at camp. 
  • A.L.E. is rain or shine. Remember Girl Scouts, be prepared! Bring rain gear, just in case.  
  • Please keep pets at home.
Refund/Cancellation Policy
Cancellations

Events run rain or shine unless GSNEO determines that inclement weather would adversely affect a program.  In the event that GSNEO must change or cancel a course, you will be notified as soon as possible and provided a refund or placement into an alternate session. 

Refunds

Cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing to Registration@gsneo.org.  Refunds will not be given to courses missed by registered attendees.

 

Staying Overnight at A.L.E.

Learn more about your overnight stay at Camp Ledgewood.

Check-in Procedures

Overnight participants will be directed to park in a designated area and their gear will be loaded to the site by event volunteers. Information about the sleeping arrangements will be provided at that time. Overnight participants can report to Low Lodge any time during the day to check in when event volunteers are not available at the gate to direct you otherwise.

Cars must remain in the designated parking area. If you are in need of assistance, just ask! 

Site Checks

Site-checks will take place to make sure all participants are accounted for and all is well. Their will be site monitors assigned to each site to answer your questions regarding your stay.

If you are leaving the property, please sign out at Low Lodge and sign in upon return to help us keep everyone accounted for. 

Check Out Procedures

Check-out procedures for camp is "On My Honor" and particpants 

Check-out procedures are "On My Honor" and participants are responsible for cleaning their space, leaving it better than the way you found it. Brooms and supplies will be available. Site monitors must approve your unit for check out.

Please be considerate and make sure the housing site, restrooms, and latrines have been cleaned. Remember, many hands make light work. 

General Housing Information

All troop camp rules and guidelines apply to overnight housing. Failure to follow camp guidelines may result in being asked to leave camp property. 

  • All participants (volunteers and children) must have a completed health form. Please keep copies in a separate, sealed envelopes. It is a good idea to keep one on person and one with your gear
  • There will be no child care available for activities after 8:45pm
  • Dress for the weather. Tank tops and open-toed shoes are not permitted for adults or children due to safety concerns such as sunburn and tripping. 
  • Shower facilities are available
  • Please provide your own food, utensils, mess kit, charcoal, etc. 
  • A refrigerator may be available for those staying in cabin units. Group food items may use the refrigerators. Personal food items must be packed in coolers. Please label your food items
  • Propane stoves are allowed if you have been certified in their proper use. If you have not, see Dora Livesay or Nicole Welsh to have an Outdoor Essentials Facilitator show you the proper use
  • Smoking is only allowed in the designated areas at outdoor fire scars Smoking should not take place in the presense of any girls. Cigarette butts must be packed out and not left in fire scars or on camp property. SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED OUTSIDE THE DESIGNATED AREAS
  • Alcohol Policy- Alcohol is not permitted on camp property
  • Swimming pool is unavailable in the evenings
  • Cars must remain in the parking lot for safety reasons
  • Always clean up after yourself, leave it better than you found it
  • Sweep, mop, and clean up restrooms and latrines

Questions? Please do not hesitate to call or email. We are here to help!

registration@gsneo.org

Customer Care: 800.852.4474