2012-07-05 / Lifestyles

Girl Scouts offer camp activities

SIDNAW – Any girl in grades 1-12 can take part in a variety of summer camp activities through “Summer Thing” at Camp Nesbit. Girls don’t need to be currently registered in Girl Scouts or even join a troop to enjoy the fun; Girl Scouts is customizable to fit any girl’s needs and interests.

Interested parties are invited to join now to attend camp or events, as well as sign up for the many exciting travel opportunities, and more.

Camp Nesbit is nestled in the Ottawa National Forest in Sidnaw. “Summer Thing” sessions run July 8-21, and registration is still open. Financial aid and bussing is available. Learn more at www.gsnwgl.org.

In partnership with over 6,000 adult volunteers, GSNWGL serves nearly 20,000 girls in 58 counties across northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Girl Scouts – now in its 100th year – is the world’s preeminent leadership development organization for girls, building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. To join, volunteer, reconnect, or donate to Girl Scouts, call 888.747.6945 or visit www.gsnwgl.org. GSNWGL is a proud United Way partner program.

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