Registration Closed - 2020 Season Canceled
Welcome to Camp Wil-Lo-Linn
Girl Scout Day Camp!
Our 2021 season will not be by
individual registration, but perhaps by Troop
June 21-25, 2021
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|Camp Director - Barb Weiser/RainbowHeart||Business Manager - Elizabeth Bragg/Buttercup||Registrar – Patti Obana||Bus Coordinator – Emma Reinhart/Professor||Program Aide Coordinator- Suzanne Peerenboom/Slug|
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Dear Camp Wil-LO-Linn Campers and Families,
I had to make the decision in October 2020 whether to hold camp "as usual" in 2021 as that was when camp owed our registration company money. They graciously allowed us to skip this year and extended our contract another year. It was clear to me in October that running a camp that typically runs 250+ was unwise in this time of uncertainty. HOWEVER, we are still considering how to hold a program aide in training (PAIT) summer of 2021 where troops would sign up to "tour", CAs would sign up to lead activities and mentor PAITs. We are holding the week June 21-25 at the park at this time. We will not use the camp theme in 2021, but hold it for a planned "full" camp in 2022.
There is a council wide day camp conference for camp staff in late January. After the conferrence, I will gather with the camp staff on Zoom and we will discover what we can and can't do, what we have the staff to do. The focus will be on how to support our PAIT program which requires bringing troops in for the PAITs to teach, but we want to keep all the progressions going in whatever form is practical given the restrictions at that time.
I hope to post a new message by mid-February with more details.
Yours in Girl Scouting,
Barb Weiser, Rainbow Heart, director