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{ Monthly Archives } February 2011

Viral Email Spark Camp Sale Concerns in Detroit Area

Viral Email Spark Michigan Camp Sale Concerns in Detroit Area

Adopt an Acre, Save a Wilderness Youth Camp

Friends of Camp Little Notch in New York have launched an Adopt an Acre for $5,000 program.

Boycotts of Girl Scout Cookie Sales Continue

Here is another article about boycotts of Girl Scout Cookie Sales in protest of the sale of camps in Minnesota.

North Central Washington Council Sells Camps

North Central Washington Council in the state of Washington has put four pieces of scout properties up for sale including the entire 10-acre Summit Lake Camp.

Friends of Camp Singing Hills Launch Website

This website is intended to share their efforts with the general public and garner support as they attempt to retain and maintain Camp Singing Hills in Middlebury, Indiana. The camp is still currently owned by Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana, but has been closed since January 1, 2011.

All’s Quiet at Camp Pouch

This article isn’t really about the quiet, winter slumber of this property, but rather how quiet the Greater New York Council has been about the possible future sale of the property.

Girl Scout Executive is hopeful Camp Low Country Will be Saved

It’s nice to see an article about how a Girl Scout Executive in South Carolina is hopeful a camp maybe saved.

Girl Scouts Concerned by Cookie Sales Boycott

Not Selling Cookies to protest sell of Camps.

Florida Support Issues Call to Action to Girl Scout Members

It’s not about the cookies. Really. It’s deeper than that. And, it’s happening in more and more places … Minnesota, Ohio, South Carolina, etc. We’re losing places we’ll never get back.

Preserving A Piece of Scouting History One Log at A Time.

Scouts work to move and restore cabin that is reported to be part of America’s first Scout camp.

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