Spies, Courage and Skills
Another mission in more ways than ever before at this year’s popular Spy Girls camp. You may come as a new recruit or a seasoned agent; yet never be overconfident, as you do not know what you will be asked to do at this camp. Train to be cautious, hone your skills in awareness and intuition, learn self-defense, and rely on your memory to become masters of deception. You will need these skills to complete the ultimate mission of Operation XX (sorry … confidential information). More activities include attending Charm School, making book slips, LaserShot gun safety/target practice, collecting secret information, and cracking clues to pass the tests of becoming a competent secret agent. Real girl spies throughout history saved thousands of lives doing what you are only playing, but when you leave this camp, you will never forget the strength, courage, and sacrifices they made for a better world. And, shhhh … don’t forget the trip to the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., all included in the fee. For ages 11 and up (26 girls & adults min./40 girls & adults max.).
Icimani Adventure Center, 5488 Yellow Mountain Road, Roanoke, VA 24014
Date & Time
10 AM on Monday, August 6, to 5 PM on Friday, August 10, 2012
Campers will spend the night inside the arena at Icimani, sleep-over style, and will have access to floor mattresses, flush toilets and hot showers.
Girls ages 11 and up at the time of camp may attend as campers.
Adults interested in helping with camp should contact camp director for more information. Volunteers’ daughters receive a 50% discount. Parents/relatives will be given specific duties and assigned to a unit other than their daughter’s.
$230 Girl Camp Fee (includes all meals, lodging, museum admission, tour bus, and program
$12 Membership Fee for non-Girl Scouts
Camp Registration Opens: February 2012
Camp Registration Closes: July 19, 2012
Scholarship Applications Due: July 19, 2012
Parents/guardians are responsible for their daughters’ transportation to and from camp. Campers will travel via tour bus or large vans (according to number of registrations) to the museum in Washington, D.C. Transportation to the museum is included in the camp registration fee.
Trip to International Spy Museum
On the second day of this camp, girls will travel to the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., for a day of gathering more intelligence of the spy world. We will depart Roanoke at 7 AM and return to Icimani at 9 PM.
A completed Health Examination Form (#2078) from child’s physician or health professional — for an examination within the last two years — is required. This is in addition to the GSVSC Health History form that is part of the summer camp registration form.
540-777-5112 or 800-542-5905
GSVSC Cancellation Policy applies to this camp.
Participants will receive complete confirmation information upon paid registration. Girls need to bring a slumber bag and pillow, personal gear, old clothes, old sport shoes (closed-toe only), a water bottle, a bandanna, and a small day bag. No cell phones or iPod Touches. Hand-held games and mp3 players are allowed at free time (however, we cannot be responsible for personal items).