Gadget, Gears & Girls Kick Off
Thank you for your time and dedication to Mountain Valley Community Camp. You are receiving this email because you were unable to attend our first training of the year. We are excited to share camp news, changes and receive your thoughts and ideas about camp. Please fill out the survey and learn more about Gadget, Gears & Girls 2019. If you have not heard Flora has retired as our Camp Director. She was an founding member of MVCC and has been the Director for the past 20 years. She was nominated and received the Juliette Low Award. This award is a small token of our appreciation of all of her hard work and love for our camp. Scrappy (Carissa Alexander) has stepped into the Director role, Click (Lori Rosencrans) Assistant Director, CIT Advisor & HS Unit Leader, Nightengale (Roxanne Vatter) Buisness Manager and Health House Supervisor, Twinkle (Patricia Leach) Program Manager and Secretary, Mogolie (Robyn Cypher) PA Advisor, CJ (CJ Cole) Logistics and Pineapple (Kealoha Alexander) Administrative Assistant.
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We want to hear from you! What would you like to see continued at camp and/or added to camp this summer? Please share all ideas big or small. *
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Theme: This years theme is Gadget, Gears & Girls. What does that mean? It is based on Steampunk and girls as inventors. With the theme in mind what would you like to see at camp this year? *
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The Program Arts & Crafts Team have been working hard! Jet and Ember have put together amazing projects for the Art Loft and the second part of Music. Please click all that sound fun and interesting to you. Sleepy will be a great addition to this team! *
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Comet has stepped up with a creative approach to the Theme Session. She is currently designing a session for girls to work in groups to learn about three outstanding women! While learning about these women girls will work together to solve a math puzzle, create their own monster, and do an experiment. Can you guess who the women are? *
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Otter will be returning as our Waterfront Manager and Lifeguard. She will be joined on the Swim Dock by MeatStick and Minnie (CIT). Do you have or plan on completing a Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Class before camp? *
Stop, Role Over, Float the Paddle Over........ Gonzo will continue on the Boat Dock and is looking for a partner or two. Do you know anyone that would like to join her an who has or is willing to complete Small Craft Safety? *
Sing Me A Rainbow is Scrappy's favorite song at Camp. Chipper leads the Music Session and is looking for Camp Songs that will compliment our theme. Do you have any Steampunk Song suggestions? *
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Kitty grew up at MVCC with Mama Llama (who used to be on Boat Dock). With the return of Kitty last year we were overjoyed when she ran the cooking rotation with very little guidance. Now she is ready to help create more outdoor programming and adventure. Please choose all programs that interest you and would be awesome to add to your unit. *
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Did you know Girl Scouts LOVES paperwork? Nightengale will be collecting all Adult Paperwork and Certifications. *
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All Volunteers must be registered as Girl Scouts. *
Everyone who was able to attend received a Top Hat. WE HAVE ONE FOR YOU TOO! Each meeting you attend you will receive another item to add to your hat. Do you live out of state and feel left out? Please don't! We will have a hat waiting for you when you arrive on August 3rd at 3:00 p.m. *
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Mountainvalleygscamp.com is the website for camp. Please list the trainings you can attend. *
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All of you are helping to create a camp that girls want to come to year after year. The last few years our High School numbers have continued to increase. While this is wonderful we need to be able to have a place to help our girls become strong leaders and continue to come to camp. This year we have created a C.I.T. (Counselor in Training) Program. Girls entering 12th grade, who have attended our camp before can apply as a C.I.T. They will sleep in a unit and have adult responsibilities. Each day Click (CIT Advisor) will meet with all the CITs for 20- 30 minutes after the lunch staff meeting. These CITs will not work in a unit with campers that are their peers (High School unit or PA unit). We are also including all 18 year old first time adults in this group. Our hope is to provide a smooth transition from camper/PA to volunteer. We are extremely excited to welcome our new CITs: Moonlight, Clover, Goofy, & Mickey in units; Minnie Lifeguard but sleeping in Lakeside and Sleepy in Program. Please share with us any thought and/or questions. *
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Did you have a Mentor your first year at Camp? *
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Program Aides or PAs are assisting during the day and Campers after Programs end in the evening. This year we have made it our goal to work to create a strong PA Program and Mogolie has joined the core team. Please share any positive ideas (memories you had if you were a PA) for the program. *
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This year the All Camp Thursday Night Activity will be a Steampunk Worlds Fair. We hope to have 4-5, 15 minute activity stations with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) in mind. Please share ideas that you may have. *
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