Palatine, Rolling Meadows
Spring Camp-o-Ree at Timber-lee
Saturday, May 5, 2007 - 8:00 a.m.
Sunday, May 6, 2007 - Noon
Camp Timber-lee, Elkhorn, Wiconsin
May 5-6, 2007 Camp Timber-lee
Saturday, May 5, 2007
Where: Camp Timber-lee, Elkhorn, Wisconsin
When: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Arrive/Check-in
8:45 a.m. - 8:15 p.m. Attend activities (lunch and dinner provided by Camp Timber-lee)
10:00 p.m. Lights out!
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Morning breakfast provided by Camp Timber-lee
Depart anytime after breakfast, by noon
Package 1: (Standard Cabin Sleepers): $63.45/person
Includes one overnight and 3 meals. The cabin is heated with bunk beds, linens, and bathrooms inside the cabins. Also has nice group meeting areas included in cabins, refrigerators, microwaves, and fireplaces. Very nice accommodations, for those that like to stay in places more like home!
Package 2: (Economy Cabin Sleepers): $42.75/person
Includes one overnight and 3 meals. Cabin is more economical with less amenities.
Package 3: (Tent Sleepers): $24.75/person
Includes one overnight and 3 meals. You must provide and pitch your own tent. Ideal for the older troops and older Brownies.
Package 4: (Day campers): $19.80/person
This package is designed for Daisies and any other girls who are not able to sleep overnight. Two meals (lunch and dinner) are included.
See attached registration information for Tentative Schedule of Activities and their ADDITIONAL COSTS.
Pre-booking activities is recommended. More information will be available about pre-booking at a later date.
$10 deposit per person is due by September 23, 2006. Checks should be made payable to “GSICC Service Unit 714”. Please contact me via e-mail so I can tell you where to drop off checks so I receive them no later than September 23, 2006. This is event is being held in partnership with VISTA 15!
Fremd High School Cadette Girl Scout Troop 1558
Thank you for the info. on the camp. We were thinking of doing an overnight camp since we are Juniors this year. Do you know if they would be doing a camp fire and smores? Could we do something like that? Could/would they allow the girls to do swaps(???) If you have a contact name/phone I could call and ask. I guess I am looking for the “whole camp experience”…re-living my Camp Fire Girl days!!!(sorry) Anyway, any info/contact names that you may have I would appreciate. One other question I would have is the number of people the standard cabin sleeps (since we do not have tents!!).
Yes, the deposit is refundable if troops change their mind and the number does not need to be exact either. The checks should be made out to GS Service Unit 714 and it is $10 per person based on a good estimate of how many you think will attend. Other troops can sign up later as long as we have room.
How are the extra activity events filled?
The extra activities are filled on a first come first served (with money turned in) basis, usually in mid-march I will get stuff out to all troops. You pay before it is reserved and will get a refund if we can’t accomodate (usually I can accomodate most everyone in some way shape or form). VISTA 15 will do the assigning.
Can we hold a campfire at and do s’mores? How about swaps?
Yes, there is a big campfire for all troops at night, and we do s’mores and we also do swaps.
The Camp-o-ree goes on rain or shine.
Are there bathrooms in all the cabins?
There are bathrooms in some of the economy cabins and some of them have bathrooms right outside them.
If you have questions, please contact Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org.