[This post originally appeared on gswnyblog.com] At GSWNY we know how important it is for girls to have a wonderful summer campexperience. We also want to assure you that we have every intention of operating summercamp 2021 in-person while following all of COVID guidelines and regulations. However, if theneed should arise, we will be prepared … Continue reading 2021 Camp Guides are out! Pre-register for camp today
[This post originally appeared at gswnyblog.com] Dear Parents, Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts, Siblings, and Friends: Camping has always been a long standing tradition in Girl Scouts were girls can get outdoors to reconnect and embrace the wonders of nature. To explore and experience Camps: Endless Summer Adventures.This holiday season, you can give your girl the unforgettable gift … Continue reading Happy Holidays from the GSWNY Summer Camp Team
Western New York has now reached Phase Four for reopening, and we are pleased to be able to resume some limited in-person Girl Scouting activities and events starting this week. [This post originally appeared on gswnyblog.com] We're so excited to announce that you can visit our camp properties starting this Saturday, July 11! On Saturdays, … Continue reading NEW – Family & Troop Property Visits!
[This post originally appeared at gswnyblog.com] Just because we can’t come together in-person, doesn’t mean that summer is cancelled! We’re offering a variety of ways to stay connected and get outdoors. It’s camp, reimagined with The Summer We Camped At Home! All of our offerings will be held from July 6-August 15 and will be based on the following THEMES: July 6-10: EarthJuly 13-17: ArtsJuly 20-24: AdventureJuly … Continue reading GSWNY Virtual Summer camp is here!
Saturday, August 8 - Activities begin at 9:30 a.m. In 1930, Camp Seven Hills opened its doors to its first 50 campers. Since then, the grounds have hosted thousands of Girl Scouts from Western New York. This summer, you’re invited to join us in our celebration of 90 years of adventure. Come and see how … Continue reading This year, we’re celebrating 90 years at Camp Seven Hills!
[This post originally appeared on gswnyblog.com] Camping has always been a tradition in Girl Scouts, but it was never just about getting outside. We're believe in the importance of connecting with nature in a girl-led setting, which makes this summer's camp theme all the more relevant. In an increasingly digital world, we're celebrating the simplicity … Continue reading Give the gift of camp memories she’ll never forget
If you love Camp Seven Hills, we'd love to have you as part of this exciting opportunity! We recently received an exciting grant to create a Trail Master Plan for Camp Seven Hills and we’d love for you to be part of the project! We’re engaging with Pashek, a Landscape Architect Studio, who will be … Continue reading We need your input on how to improve the trail system at Seven Hills!
[This post originally appeared at gwnyblog.com] Every year, we ask our membership a simple question: what do you think our 2020 camp theme should be? Because we're girl-led, we want our camps to reflect the thoughts of our Girl Scouts. Last year, we received the idea #GirlScoutCampLife from Girl Scout Brownie Arianna. The year before, … Continue reading The winner of this year’s Camp Theme Contest is…
This post originally appeared on gswnyblog.com Two weeks ago, we wrapped up another amazing summer at Girl Scout camp. Our three camps, Camp Timbercrest, Camp Seven Hills, and Camp Piperwood, plus our volunteer-run Camp Windy Meadows, were filled with excited campers and great programming. More than 2,500 girls from around council attended Girl Scout camp … Continue reading Thank you for another great year of the #GirlScoutCampLife
Several tears were shed, but for good reasons. Our campers will be missed and we look forward to seeing them again next year. Hugs were handed out and the fire's glow dimmed at our closing campfire. Thank you to all of our families for sharing their girls with us this summer. If you find any … Continue reading SH: Last Blog from Camp: Session 5