Woodward SU Camporee Schedule

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Schedule for the Woodward Girl Scout Service Unit
Time
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Task/ Activity
Check-in at dining hall – whole troop please!

Comments/Details

Friday, February 23, 2007
Please do not depart school before 4:10 PM – have your girls change before leaving and give them snacks for the road or before. Upon arrival your troop will get final packet, confirm number of girls/adults and check-out time, so ranger visit can be arranged for your unit which is mandatory. *When there is “open” time with your troop we plan to have troop sets of several different craft sets and the girls can exchange their SWAPS or sing camp songs (books for the troop will be given at check in) during this time. You may need some of your troop supplies for this, see troop list. Arrival time until Set up cabin Take gear to cabin(s) and make bunks, go over camp rules including buddy system and Dinner kapers (camp chores), and make sure those helping with another troop on Sat. morning are ready to go. Have the girls get ready for dinner and dance – bring coats and flashlights. * 6:05 PM Welcome/Intro to Graces by Menu: Chicken Tenders, Mac and cheese, green beans, salad bar and desert 6:15 PM – 6:50 PM 21325 & EC, Dinner served in Girls are to stay with troops when they are done eating, please no wandering. the Dining Hall Kapers: each troop clean own tables, troop 9097 sweeps dining area, troop 26506. 7:10 - 9:00 PM Square Dance in Dining Hall Weather pending, troops will rotate time from the How Down through a near-by camp /Troops will get a chance for fire to make S’mores and sing camp songs – supplies provided by the SU. * Camp Fire time 9:00 PM – 9:15 PM 9:15 PM – 10:00 PM 10:15 PM Wind-down/Clean-up Troop Time – Ready for Bed Quiet Camp/Lights Out Get read for next day so dining hall is ready for breakfast. Make sure all girls take back what they brought to the dining hall. Go back to Cabins At the leader’s discretion

Saturday, February 24, 2007
8:10 AM – 8:45 AM Breakfast served in the Dining Hall /Grace by 533 Menu: Pancakes, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Dry cereal assortment, Jelly Assortment Girls are to stay with troops when they are done eating, please no wandering. Kapers: each troop clean own tables, troop 533 (2 groups) sweeps dining area and checks restrooms. All troops make sure the girls are ready for their morning activities; get items from cabins if needed, troop first aid kit, activity supplies etc. Troops 27506 & 27507 check in. All Troops

8:50 AM- 9:00 AM 9:05 AM - 9:10 AM

Activity Check-in Flag Ceremony, by dining

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Saturday - Troop Activity Schedule Assignments, locations may change based on weather. Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade PS PS PS BC LS LS
Troop 27506 (Daisies) Troop 27507 (Brownies)
Ready, Set, Go Camping – Storm Warning, Know Your Knots (C/S C.) L: Gypsy Hill FR

5th Grade LS
Troop 25511 (Juniors)
On OwnOutdoor Fun/ orienteering, Activity TBD L: Dodd House FR

8th Grade MS & E.C. (11th)
Troops 21325 & 20507 (Cad./Sr.)
Group A. (2) – rd w/3 grade A. Group B. (2) – rd w/3 grade B. Group C. (2) – st w/ 1 grade Group D. (1) – w/ Daisy

Troop 9097 (Brownies)
***EcoExplorer – Exploring Nature/ What’s a Habitat? th (4 grade) L: by pond (past DH)

Troop 26506 (Brownies)
***EcoExplorer – Exploring Nature/ What’s a Habitat th (4 grade) L: by pond (past DH)

Troop 533 (Brownies)
Ready, Set, Go Camping (2 groups) A. Bandana Tricks & Roll-aBag Relay L: Dodd House B. Know Your Knots & Storm Warning (C/S A & B) L: Amphitheatre Ready, Set, Go Camping – (2 groups) A. Know Your Knots & Storm Warning L: Gypsy Hill FR B. Bandana Tricks & Bed Roll (C/S A & B) L: Dodd House ***Eco-Explorer – Exploring Nature/What’s a Habitat (w/ K & st 1 grade troops), show Bandanas L: trails

Troop 24504 (Juniors)
In groups of 4 nd help with both 2 grade troops – PS & BC

Activity Period 1 9:15 am to 10:05 am

Orange Pedal – Responsible for what I say and do: What are Kapers?, Coloring Book Activity (C/S D.) L: Dining Hall

Activity Period 2 10:15 am to 11:05 am

Purple Pedal – Respect myself & others, mirror activity, nutrition th (5 C.) L: Dining Hall

**Outdoor Adventurer – Dress fro the Weather Relay, Build a Shelter, Touch Smell Listen** (C/S D.) L: Dining Hall

Ready, Set, Go Camping – Bandana Tricks & Rolla-Bag Relay th (5 grade A.) L: Troop House

Ready, Set, Go Camping – You’re Your Knots & Storm Warning th (5 grade B.) L: Gypsy Hill FR

Activity Period 3 11:15 am to 12:05 am

Red Pedal – Courageous & Strong – Alphabet Hike st rd (w/1 & 3 grade troops) Bandanas L: trails

Ready, Set, Go Camping – Alphabet Hike, Bandanas Tricks rd (w/ K & 3 grade troops) L: trails

Ready, Set, Go Camping – You’re Your Knots & Storm Warn. th (5 grade A.) L: Gypsy Hill FR

Ready, Set, Go Camping – Bandana Tricks & Rolla-Bag Relay th (5 grade B.) L: Troop House

Outdoor Creativity, Activity Celebrate Nature for Sat. night, Diversity in Nature Plan for GS Own on Sunday (C/S C.) L: Dodd House area Outdoor Fun, Outdoor Emergencies, Fire Ring, knots th (5 gr. C.) L: Dodd House FR

Group A. (4) nd w/2 grade PS Group B. (4) nd w/ 2 grade BC Group C. (3) w/ Daisy

Group A. (2) – rd w/3 grade B. Group B. (2) – rd w/3 grade A. Group C. (2) – th w/4 grade Group D. (1) – st w/1 grade

Group A. (4) nd w/2 gr. PS Group B. (4) nd w/ 2 gr. BC Group C. (3) th w/ 4 grade

Own Activity TBD L: Dodd House?

Leaders are to help with all activities as needed as some activities may need some extra hands and girls who are leading activities, may need guidance too. If there is extra time at the end of the activities crafts and games may be used – we want to have flex time so things are not rushed with the girls, it is also a nice incentive. Time hiking can also be used to sing camp songs – participants will be receiving a camp song book. Some of this may go with other Try-its and Badges the girls have not done. L – Location, FR – Fire Ring, DH – Dining Hall ** Outdoor Adventurer – will have to find time to finish 1 more activity in order to complete ***Eco-Explorer – will have to find troop time to finish 2 more activities in order to complete.

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Saturday Continued…
12:15 PM – 12:50 PM Lunch served in the Dining Hall/Grace by 9097 Menu: Hamburgers, French Fries, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Salad Bar, Desert Girls are to stay with troops when they are done eating, please no wandering. Kapers: each troop clean own tables, troop 27506 sweeps dining area, troop 27507 checks restrooms. All Troops For troops that are only staying one night, you may stay until later and do an activity that is troop planned, upon check-in we will confirm your check-out time so we can let the Ranger know ahead of time. Note: All attending girls must be present during Ranger inspection. For those who are staying a second night or want to do another activity before you go, this is time to work on an activity as a troop. Menu: Spaghetti - sauce and noodles kept separate, Corn, Garlic Bread, Salad Bar, Dessert Girls are to stay with troops when they are done eating, please no wandering. Kapers: Troop 21325 & EC help with setting up dinner and with the kitchen, each troop clean own tables, troop 25511 sweeps dining area, troop 24504 checks restrooms. Skits, sing along, dance, etc. Come to performs – girls and adults too! (surprise activity) It is up to the troop to decide what to do at this time. At the leader’s discretion.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM 6:15 PM - 6:45 PM

Thinking Day ActivityCeremony – Dining Hall Sat. departures: cleanup/pack-up/ turn-in evaluation/check-out**** Troop Time Flag ceremony/ Dinner served in the Dining Hall/Grace by 24504 Variety Show in the Dining Hall Cabin/Troop Time Quiet Camp/Lights Out

7:15 PM – 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 10:30 PM

Sunday, February 25, 2007
8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Breakfast in the Dining Hall/Grace by 25511 Menu: French toast, Bacon, Dry cereal assortment, Jelly Assortment Girls are to stay with troops when they are done eating, please no wandering. Kapers: each troop clean own tables, troop 25511 sweeps dining area, troop 22325 & EC final cleaning of restrooms. In dining hall or by flag pole Note: All participating girls must be present during Ranger inspection. If possible, thanks for coming!

9:10 AM -9:25 AM 9:25 AM - 10:30 AM 11:00 AM

Scouts own/closing Clean-up/pack-up / turn-in evaluation/check-out**** All Troops Leave Camp

****Cabin must be OK’d by a Camp Ranger (mandatory) and one of those on the Service Unit Team: Patty McIver, Kathie Pierce, Teri Taylor or Libby Peck Break-down by Troop th 8 Grade and above: 7 girls (21325 & 20507), 3A th 5 Grade from LS: 10 girls (21530) +1, 3A +1A th 4 Grade from LS: 8 girls (24504), 4A rd 3 Grade from LS: 20 girls (533) +1, 6 A nd 2 Grade from PS: 12 girls (9097), 3A 2 Grade from BC: 11 girls (26505), 6A st 1 Grade from PS: 13 girls (27507), 3A K from PS: 4 girls (27506), 4A There are 3 other GS coming that are not in one of rd th our troops – 1 for 3 (no overnight), 1 for 5 (Juliette) and 1 possibly for the older group of girls
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Break Down by GS Level Cadette/Senior Level: 7 girls (1 troop + 1 + 1) Juniors: 19 girls (2 troops + 1) Brownies: 57 girls (4 troop + 1) Daisies: 4 girls (1 troop) Total numbers for: Fri-Sat: Girls - 69?, Adults - 25 Day on Sat: Girls -18, Adults - 8 Fri-Sun: Girls - 46 , Adults - 17

2-20-07, #2/PHM

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