Thursday, July 13 & Friday, July 14

Our first session is coming to an end! We had a flash flood warning yesterday, so we have plenty of puddles to jump in today. The campers spent time in arts & crafts, drama, and the dining hall playing games for the morning. Today the campers have been packing and gearing up for our afternoon all-camp activity. Make sure to ask your camper about it when you pick them up tonight (6 p.m. for the horse show and 7 p.m. for the parent program).

More pictures are coming to our Flickr page later today…make sure to take a look: Photos

P.S.: Girls can do amazing things with Girl Scouts all year long – click here to learn more! Plus, the first 50 people to renew for 2018 Camp by August 13th, 2017 will receive a 2018 Camp sweatshirt (2018 Camp re-registrations for this promotion can be done in person at camp by August 13, 2017). Also, create an account in WordPress and enable the browser notifications to get instant notifications about new camp blog posts even when you are not actively using WordPress.com.

P.P.S. If you have any photos of dropping off your camper that you’d like to share, we’re excited to see them! We’ll post them on social media, plus we’d love to possibly use them in future marketing materials. Send your camper pics to communications@gswny.org with your girl’s name and camp unit or program, plus if she a first-timer or a repeat camper.

Wednesday, July 12

We are more than halfway through our first session here at Seven Hills. The pool was quite busy today despite a few claps of thunder that delayed our activities. Our Tuck Shop has been sold out of containers of silly putty, which many campers are unhappy about. Nearly every activity involves at least one camper playing with that yellow or blue goop.

Our New York travelers are due to be back late tonight and our Letchworth hikers will be back on Thursday.

Please see our Flickr page for more pictures: Photo Link

P.S.: Girls can do amazing things with Girl Scouts all year long – click here to learn more! Plus, the first 50 people to renew for 2018 Camp by August 13th, 2017 will receive a 2018 Camp sweatshirt (2018 Camp re-registrations for this promotion can be done in person at camp by August 13, 2017). Also, create an account in WordPress and enable the browser notifications to get instant notifications about new camp blog posts even when you are not actively using WordPress.com.

P.P.S. If you have any photos of dropping off your camper that you’d like to share, we’re excited to see them! We’ll post them on social media, plus we’d love to possibly use them in future marketing materials. Send your camper pics to communications@gswny.org with your girl’s name and camp unit or program, plus if she a first-timer or a repeat camper.

Tuesday, July 11

Day 3 at Seven Hills was a success! We saw our New York City and Letchworth travelers off for their out-of-camp adventures. Back at camp, the Little Cabin-Tent ladies baked gingerbread cookies while the horse-back riders spent their day at the barn.

Please see our Flickr account for pictures from our week: Photo Link

 

P.S.: Girls can do amazing things with Girl Scouts all year long – click here to learn more! Plus, the first 50 people to renew for 2018 Camp by August 13th, 2017 will receive a 2018 Camp sweatshirt (2018 Camp re-registrations for this promotion can be done in person at camp by August 13, 2017). Also, create an account in WordPress and enable the browser notifications to get instant notifications about new camp blog posts even when you are not actively using WordPress.com.

 

P.P.S. If you have any photos of dropping off your camper that you’d like to share, we’re excited to see them! We’ll post them on social media, plus we’d love to possibly use them in future marketing materials. Send your camper pics to communications@gswny.org with your girl’s name and camp unit or program, plus if she a first-timer or a repeat camper.

Sunday, July 9 & Monday, July 10

We are so excited to be back in action here at Seven Hills!

With perfect weather, the girls have performed a multitude of activities. Our Silly Scientists created dinosaur slime while our Letchworth hikers spent time boating.

Nearly every camper has spent time in the pool over the past 24 hours, which is ideal! We are expecting some rain tonight, but should have great puddle jumping tomorrow.

Please check out our Flickr page to see pictures from our day today: Flickr Photo Link