Registrations are accepted ONLY until the published deadline AND ONLY when space permits.
Registrations received after the deadline will not be accepted.

BFF (Be a Friend First) Camp-Casper(Grades 6-8)

Join the fun at BFF (Be a Friend First) Camp! This is your opportunity to mix and mingle with other girls in Middle School and develop the confidence and skills you need to prevent all-too-prevelant bully behavior.

This weekend experience will give  all girls the skills to maneuver through middle school and changes in their own lives. Girls will have the complete camp experience enriched in leadership, team building, and empowerment. They will gain skills that aide them to be confident as they go into the school year and empower them to educate others and create more peace... in their schools, communities, and who knows where else? Learn how to step in and stop bully behavior - that is what being a friend first is all about!

Here's what to expect:
Enjoy the camp setting with hikes, songs and campfires (if weather conditions allow) along with  time to get to know new friends and relax in the beautiful outdoors. During the weekend girls will have coffee/tea club, spa night, work on peace maker kits, and complete at least on award from the aMAZE Journey, a leadership book that has many activities to prepare you for the twists and turns of navigating relationships.

By registering for this weekend camp girls become Girl Scouts, and that means having all the opportunities other Girl Scouts have including attending programs, meeting new friends, and traveling the world!

This event is open to girls in grades 6-8.

This program has been cancelled.

Registration deadline: July 18
Girl min/max: 25/60

Saturday, Aug 3, 2013
5:00 PM - 11:00 AM

$30/Girl; $30/Adult


Camp Sacajawea
Casper, WY
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