Garden City, NY March 22, 2012— Looking for a fun, safe and creative environment surrounded by positive role models and new and old friends for your daughter this summer? Look no further! There’s still time to register your daughter for the Girl Scouts of Nassau County Summer Fun Day Camp and Sleep-away Camp Blue Bay.
“Our summer camps offer girls a place to build lasting friendships, learn lifelong skills and be themselves all while having fun outdoors,” said Donna Ceravolo, Chief Executive Officer, Girl Scouts of Nassau County. “We know your daughter will truly enjoy her camp experience and we would love to have her.”
The Girl Scouts of Nassau County offers two summer programs, which consist of one day camp located in Nassau County and one sleep-away camp located in East Hampton. The Summer Fun Day Camp is located at Wantagh Park. A typical day at this camp includes sports, arts & crafts, singing and fun in the pool. On rainy days, girls participate in activities such as indoor games, crafts, songs and more. Camp Blue Bay in East Hampton is owned and operated by the Girl Scouts of Nassau County. It is located on 179 acres of beautiful beachfront property. The camp offers a variety of learning and challenging experiences. A typical day at this camp includes boating, swimming, crafts, team building activities, nature games, campfires, singing and more. The camps are open to the general public. Day Camp is open to girls in grades 1-7 and Sleep-away Camp is open to girls in grades 1-11.
For more detailed information about the two summer camp programs visit the Girl Scouts of Nassau County website at www.gsnc.org/camp to view the 2012 Camp Brochure and download a registration form or contact Laura Bissett-Carr at email@example.com or 516-741-2550 ext. 233. Be sure to give your daughter a summer she will never forget!
Girl Scouts of Nassau County builds girls of courage, confidence and character. Girl Scouting in Nassau County creates an accepting and nurturing environment, which gives girls a chance to build character and develop leadership skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop qualities that will serve them throughout their lives, like strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. In order to get girls there, Girl Scouts has declared 2012 the Year of the Girl in a move to rally the nation around the cause of girls' leadership. With almost 21,000 girl and 7,000 adult members, Girl Scouts ofNassau County has become the preeminent organization and leading authority for girls. The organization, now in its 100th year, continues to make the world a better place one girl at a time.
For more information on the Girl Scouts of Nassau County call Donna Rivera Downey 516 741-2550 at ext. 260, or visit www.gsnc.org.
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