Cookies 2015 - Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
LEADEREE BROCHURE
May 1-3, 2015
Registration Opens: Feb. 2
Early Bird Deadline: March 9
Registration Deadline: April 2
Not All Heros
Wear Capes
Come Learn, Craft & Relax with Us!
Grab your hat and join the fun! Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont offers Girl Scout volunteers not
one, not two, but three A.W.E.S.O.M.E. (Adult Workshops Everywhere Sleep Overnight Meet Everyone)
Retreats during the year. Whether you need to complete a “license,” want to broaden your skills in arts
and crafts or outdoor knowledge or looking for an opportunity to benefit from the gold mine of other
volunteers’ experience, you WILL want to join us! You can choose to come for a day or for a weekend, to
stay close to home or explore a camp that’s new to you- or do it all!
• Leaderee, May 1-3, 2015 at the Keyauwee Program Center
• Trainfest, October 16-18, 2015
• Leaderfest, TBA
What you need to know for Leaderee...
REGISTRATION PROCESS: Volunteers can register themselves online via E-Biz. Expect an immediate
e-mail response telling you your registration has been processed. Registration is also available using the
enclosed registration form and either mailing, faxing or hand delivering to your nearest service center.
Please allow a few days for paper registrations to be processed. Important Note: Some workshops are
limited in size. Assignment is made on a first come, first serve basis. If a class is a two session workshop,
you must register for both.
CONFIRMATIONS: About two weeks to 10 days before the event, you will receive a confirmation packet
with directions to camp, emergency phone numbers, what to bring, when to arrive and more! If your
packet does not arrive, contact sabrams@girlscoutsp2p.org to request a replacement.
REFUNDS: No refunds will be given after April 2, 2015 as commemoratives will have been ordered and
final head counts given to instructors and caterers.
SILENT AUCTION: The Ed Whitmire Scholarship Fund assists volunteers with expenses for learning
sessions. Over the years, we have raised hundreds of dollars for the “Ed Fund” through our silent
auction. Be sure to bring your checkbooks to the event! If you are interested in donating items to the
auction, you may either drop items off at the Triad Service Center or bring to the event.
SECRET BUDDIES: Bring three different, individually wrapped gifts to be a part of the Secret Buddy
festivities. Secret Buddy names will be available for pick up before lunch on the first day. The first gift will
be given out prior to lunch, the second gift prior to dinner and the third gift prior to Sunday breakfast.
After Sunday breakfast, everyone will gather on the Dining Hall deck to reveal themselves as buddies.
Gifts should not exceed $9 in total.
SNACK TABLE: Bring a snack to share with everyone! Drinks (tea, soda, etc.) chips, cookies, etc. are
accepted. The snack table is always a Leaderee favorite!
COMMEMORATIVES: The 2015 commemoratives for this year will be a short-sleeved T-shirt and charm.
Prices are listed on the registration form and must be ordered with registration. Charms, pins and
patches from previous years will be available during the weekend while supplies last.
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Leaderee
Not All Heros Wear Capes
May 1-3, 2015
Keyauwee Program Center, Sofia, NC
What is LEADEREE? Leaderee was established over 30 years ago as a way to show Girl Scouts
Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont’s appreciation to our hard working adult volunteers. Over the years,
Leaderee has grown in popularity and size, and practically guarantees volunteers will have a great
weekend of fun, fellowship, crafting and relaxation! Plus all meals are included. What more could you
ask?
Leaderee is a spring event to celebrate all the wonderful things you have done for the girls throughout
the year and energize and excite you for the year to come! Staff will be on hand to help with year-end
paperwork, register your troop for next year and facilitate workshops to help you plan a fantastic
end-of-year troop celebration for you and the girls.
Leaderee Agenda
Friday, May 1
(Saturday, continued)
6:30-8 p.m.
5:45 p.m.
Early bird check-in
Event Flag Ceremony & Scouts’ Own
(unit assignments, Secret Buddy, social time & SWAPS)
6-7 p.m.
7:30-9:30 p.m.
Dinner (second Secret Buddy gift)
Session A Workshops
7-10 p.m.
9:45 p.m.
Evening Program
Campfire and Flag Retirement at
Wake Robin (under the Dining Hall)
Sunday, May 3
10:30 p.m.
Movie (tentative)
7-8:15 a.m.
Breakfast
Saturday, May 2
7-8:45 a.m.
Breakfast & Morning Flag Ceremony
8:15-8:30 a.m.
Third Secret Buddy gift & reveal Secret Buddy
8:30-9:15 a.m.
Clean up, pack up, unit kapers
7:45-9 a.m.
(All gear removed from units and loaded in carts.
Saturday check-in
Carts taken to the entry shelter once unit passes
(unit assignments, Secret Buddy, social time & SWAPS) cleaning inspection.)
9-10 a.m.
Session B Workshops
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Session F Workshops
10:15-11:45 a.m.
Session C Workshops
Noon
Departure from camp
Noon- 1 p.m.
Lunch (first Secret Buddy gift)
1:15-3:15 p.m.
Session D Workshops
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Session E Workshops
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The Ed Whitmire Scholarship Fund
Ed Whitmire was a dedicated trainer for both the Pisgah and Hornet’s Nest Girl Scout
councils for many years. After his death in 2005, the Ed Whitmire Scholarship Fund
was created in his honor, as a way of continuing his work of training and inspiring adult
Girl Scout volunteers.
Each year, the fund is fed and nurtured by fund raising at our three A.W.E.S.O.M.E. Retreats. If you have
donated or purchased items offered at the auction’s at these events, YOU are helping to continue Ed’s work.
If you receive a scholarship to attend learning events, you are also helping to continue his legacy.
Please don’t let financial issues keep you from the fun, fellowship and training available to you here at
GSCP2P! Submit the scholarship application with your Leaderee registration. The form can be found here:
http://www.girlscoutsp2p.org/volunteers/volunteer-development under the Learning Events tab.
What classes should I choose?
There really is no “should” when it comes to course selection- you are free to select the classes you like.
The icons below will appear beside the course descriptions to help clarify requirements for completing
licenses.
COOK OUT LICENSE
CAMP LICENSE
FIRST AIDER
PREPARING FOR
NEXT YEAR
Required for fires, outdoor cooking with your
troop
(Pre-requisite:
Overnight License)
Required for tent camping or camping on
non-council property
(Overnight and Cook Out
License pre-requisites)
Required for many
activities including
camping and travel
Fire Building
Outdoor Cooking
Not required, but
recommended to help
prepare you for new
experiences
Highest Awards
Roundtable
World Centers &
destinations
Techbridge
Crafts & songs
workshops
Tenting
First Aid
CPR
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Leaderee: Session A
7:30-9:30 p.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE A.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
LE A.2: E-Biz
E-Biz made E-Z! Want to head into summer with
your troop registrations already completed?
Would you like to take advantage of those
fabulous Early Bird incentives? Then this is the
class for you! Get one-on-one help from council
staff on how to navigate E-Biz with ease and/or
submit your registrations now.
Fee: Free
Instructor: Staff
LE A.3: Awards/End-of-Year Reports
Did you know that there are awards available for
adults too? Come learn what they are and how
easy it is to earn them. Volunteers deserve
recognitions too! You can also get help filling out
those End-of-Year reports that the council
requires. Bring the forms and your list of
questions and go home on Sunday with one more
thing marked off your to-do list!
Fee: Free
Instructors: Sandra Abrams & Tina Davis
LE A.5: TP Roll Scrapbook
Empty toilet paper tubes to make a scrapbook!
It’s just as intriguing as it sounds! A great little
project that older girls really enjoy, but easy
enough for younger girls to make. Take a look at
our website at www.leaderee.com to see what
they look like.
Fee: $3
Instructor: Melissa Buhl
LE A.6: Songs
Songs have been a part of the Girl Scout
traditions since our inception 102 years ago. Help
keep the tradition strong and learn some
classics, as well as some new gems. Handouts will
be provided for the words, but we suggest you
bring a recording device to record the tunes to
help teach your girls later.
Fee: $3
Instructor: Kathy Laskis
# of people: 6-35
LE A.7: Ukrainian Eggs
Pysanky- a delicate art that can be used for
special Easter eggs for your home décor. You will
be able to keep the stylus to make more eggs at
home.
Fee: $10
Instructor: Ann Eckert
LE A.4: Roundtable: Highest Awards
Q&A about the four highest leadership awards in
Girl Scouting: Brownie Spark, Bronze, Silver and
Gold Award. Please note: This is not an official
training class, just an informational session.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Beth Steelmon
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Leaderee: Session B
9-10 a.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE B.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
LE B.2: Geo-Tease
Heard of geocaching, but not sure exactly what it
involves? Are your girls looking at the geocaching
badge, but you don’t feel comfortable leading it?
Come to this class and learn the basics of the GPS
and then go out and find some more caches.
Fee: $3
Instructor: Charlotte Elliott
# of People: 6-15
LE B.3: Advanced Camp Cooking
Back by popular demand! Are your girls ready
to go one step further with their cooking? Learn
from one of the best outdoor cooks in the area
and wow the girls with what you can cook at camp.
Bring your mess kit, a drink and a healthy appetite.
You may come hungry, but you won’t leave that
way! This workshop continues from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. and is a “hands-on” workshop. You will eat the
food you make for lunch, which will include several
Dutch Oven, tripod cooking and box oven recipes.
You will receive a full cookbook with this class.
Please note this is session 1 of 2.
Fee: $20
Instructor: George Shull
LE B.4: Craft Cluster
You will make three simple, mini-crafts that
have been selected from the MIni-Craft Cluster
workbook included with this session.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Trish Clark and Betty Sutton
# of People: 2-12
LE B.5: Holiday Yarn Wreath
Make a beautiful wreath using the color yarn you
bring. This is a “finish-at-home” project so that
you can embellish with the seasonal decorations
of your choice. (Project takes two skeins of yarn.)
Fee: $7
Instructor: Melissa Buhl
# of People: 2-8
LE B.6: Paper Stars
Some call it a snowflake, some call it a star, but
the one thing everyone can agree on calling them
is beautiful! Learn how to make this delicate, but
easy and versatile paper craft decoration you can
use for several seasons around your home.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Kay Radebaugh
# of People: 2-10
LE B.7: Stain Glass Window Clings
Create sun catchers or decorative dimensional
stickers that adhere to glass, mirrors or other
indoor smooth surfaces. Bring your enthusiasm
and creative painting eye.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Esther Bringman
# of People: 6-30
LE B.8: CPR Certification
Current CPR certification is required of a troop
adult before participating in certain activities and
the certification earned in this class is valid for
two years. Please note this is session 1 of 2. You
must register for both sessions to meet the
requirements for certification.
Fee: $10
Instructor: Lisa Young
# of People: 6-20
LE B.9: Nature’s Recyclers
In this class, you’ll learn about the tiny animals
that perform the important job of decomposing
leaf litter on the forest floor. You can then teach
your girls (in a fun way) about animals they rarely
see, but walk on all the time! It’s a good excuse for
an outing in the woods!
Fee: Free
Instructor: Denise Furr
# of People: 4-12
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LE B.10: Fire Building
Learn camp stove use, three match fires, safety
and simple tools. You’ll be prepared for guiding
girls in building fires. Prerequisites: Both online,
revised Be Safe, Be Ready courses. Please note
that this is session 1 of 2. You must register for
LE C.10 to meet the requirements for
certification.
Fee: $3
Instructor: ALF
# of People: 6-20
LE B.11: Archery
Take aim and practice your archery skill or just see
what the girls will be learning when they come to
camp. This is not a certification class.
Fee: $4
Instructor: KPC staff
# of People: 4-12
LE B.12: Wagon Ride
This is great for newcomers- a tour of camp. You
send your girls to camp and you’ve heard of these
places when they get home but you have no idea
where they are, let alone what they look like. This
will be your chance to check things out and having
a guided tour of what sites to look for and the
different activities that take place at these
locations. Bring your sit-upon to make the ride
more comfortable.
Fee: Free
Instructor: Sandra Abrams
# of People: 6-12
Leaderee: Session C
10:15-11:45 a.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE C.2: Lummi Sticks
Also known as Rhythm Sticks- it is an exciting
rhythmical game using 12” to 18” sticks (provided
for workshop only) and a simple repeated song.
It’s not only fun to play (for ALL ages), but also can
help one gain dexterity of hands as well as
quickness of eyes. Its many variations allow for
play either alone or with a large group. It requires
sitting on the ground so bring along your sit-upon
(or stadium cushion) and let’s have some fun!
Fee: $3
Instructor: Esther Bringman
# of People: 6-18
LE C.3: Advanced Camp Cooking
Session 2 of LE B.3
LE C.4: Ladder Ribbon Necklace
This is easy enough to do. You will learn how to
crochet a beautiful necklace that is light to wear
and extremely inexpensive to make.
Fee: $8
Instructor: Betty Sutton
# of People: 5-12
LE C.5: Iris Paper Folding
Iris paper folding is a fun and easy paper
folding technique that can be used to make
greeting cards on scrapbook pages, or designs
can be framed and hung on a wall. Suitable for
Brownies with minimal modifications.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Kay Radebaugh
# of People: 5-12
LE C.6: Flip Flop Wreath
Make a cute, beachy summer wreath out of flip
flops. Go to our website, www.leaderee.com, for
an example.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Trish Clark
# of People: 5-12
LE C.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
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LE C.7: Pearls with a Purpose for Beginners
This is a great opportunity for you to learn the
basic techniques in designing jewelry from a
certified jewelry designer. You’ll have the
opportunity to learn how to design, construct and
build your own pearl bracelet and earrings. You’ll
also learning about the amazing life cycle of the
pearl along with information on related projects
you can do on your won with your girls, for
yourself, or to make for gifts.
Fee: $6
Instructor: Lyndia Clarke
# of People: 10-50
LE C.8: CPR Certification
Session 2 of LE B.8
LE C.9 Boating
Learn the basic strokes on shore, then off you go
to master your skills on Lake Early. Paddle boats
are available too, if you want to try your skills at all
the boats. This is not a certification course.
Fee: $3
Instructor: KPC staff
# of People: 5-12
LE C.10: Fire Building
Session 2 of LE B.10
Leaderee: Session D
1:15-3:15 p.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE D.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
LE D.2: Clay Pot Soldiers
Turn terra cotta pots into an adorable nutcracker
style soldier ready to stand guard by your front
door, fireplace, Christmas Tree or the pile of gifts
you need him to protect from prying eyes.
Fee: $9
Instructor: Stella Pegram McNeil and Pam
Hopkinson
# of People: 5-12
LE D.3: Dream Catcher
You know how pretty they are to look at, but did
you ever think you could make one of your own?
Surprise yourself and learn how to make this
beautiful piece of art.
Fee: $6
Instructor: Trish Clark
# of People: 5-12
LE D.4: Quilling
Wiki says that quilling is “an art form that involves
the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped
and glued together to create decorative designs.
The paper is rolled, looped, curled, twisted and
otherwise manipulated to create shapes which
make up designs to decorate greeting cards,
pictures, boxes, eggs, and to make models, jewelry,
mobiles, etc.” But we just think it’s fine and beautiful
and EASY with Betty’s instructions.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Betty Sutton
# of People: 5-12
LE D.5: Teeny Tiny Beady Buddies
You remember the pony beady buddies which
children hung from their back packs? We’ll shrink
those down using seed beads and make jewelry
or SWAPS! Bring needle nosed crafting pliers and
crafting wire cutters
Fee: $5
Instructor: Esther Bringman
# of People: 6-15
LE D.6: Girl Scout History & Songs
Come learn traditional Girl Scout songs and history
from one of our own council’s Juliette Gordon Low.
Great to take back and share with your girls.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Kathy Lakis
# of People:5-50
LE D.7: Forest Forensics
In this class, you’ll learn about the forest in a way
that makes hikes more fun. You’ll learn to recognize
features of the forest that reveal hidden histories
and secrets of nature as your hike along a trail or
through a park with your girls.
Fee: Free
Instructor: Denise Furr
# of People:4-12
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LE D.8: First Aid
Current first aid certification is required of a troop
adult before participating in certain activities and
the certificate earned in this class is valid for three
years. Please note this is session 1 of 2. You
must register for both sessions to meet the
requirements for certification.
Fee: $10
Instructor: Lisa Young
# of People: 6-20
LE D.9 Climbing The Alpine Tower
Want to challenge yourself with something new at
camp? Then come and see how far up you can go
on the Tower. Space is limited so if you have been
wanting to try this out without your girls around,
register early!
Fee: $7
Instructor: KPC Staff
# of People: 5-10
Leaderee: Session E
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE E.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
LE E.2: Duct Tape Crafts
Everybody needs something made from duct
tape! It’s so much fun to craft with duct tape!
Several ideas and instructions will be available to
choose from. Bring two rolls of duct tape (your
choice of a wide-range of colors & patterns). Also
bring a 6” or 12” ruler and scissors.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Esther Bringman
# of People: 6-20
LE E.3: Rainbow Loom
It’s all the rage and there are colorful little rubber
bands everywhere! In this fun class, you will learn
how to make three Girl Scout-themed bracelets
and several charms. You need to provide your own
loom, but the rubber bands are provided for you.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Kay Radebaugh
# of People: 5-12
LE E.4: Glow Ball
One of our most requested classes! Make a
lighted ball using Christmas lights and clear
plastic cups. Sounds intriguing? It is pretty glowing
from your front porch during the holidays and fun
enough to decorate with at a party. You will be
using a wood burning tool to make this glow ball,
so this is a craft for older girls and adults.
Fee: $8
Instructor: Trish Clark
# of People: 5-12
LE E.5: Swimming
Spend a couple of hours by the pool!
Fee: $4
Instructor: KPC Staff
# of People: 6-40
LE E.6: Climbing Wall
Find out what it really means to “climb the wall” as
you ascend Keyauwee’s climbing challenge. Or,
choose to stay off the wall, but learn the ins and
outs of climbing safety and equipment in order to
support your girls when they attempt their climbs.
Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and
footwear.
Fee: $5
Instructor: KPC Staff
LE E.7: Pearls with a Purpose for Intermediates
This is a great opportunity for you to learn the
basic techniques in designing jewelry from a
certified jewelry designer. You’ll learn how to
design, construct and build your own pearl
bracelet and earrings. You’ll also learn about the
amazing life cycle of the pearl along with
information on related projects you can do
Fee: $7
Instructor: Lyndia Clark
# of people: 10-50
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LE E.8: First Aid
Session 2 of LE D.8
LE E.9 Outdoor Cooking
Progression in cooking, safe food handling,
cooking a simple meal and clean up in a camp
setting. This course, along with pre-requisites
Overnight License and Fire Building, completes
the Cook Out License. Please note: This course
runs from 3:30-7 p.m. and will be your dinner.
Fee: $10
Instructor: ALF
# of People: 6-20
Leaderee: Session F
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Some workshops are limited in size.
Assignment is made on a first come, first
served basis. If a class is a two-session
workshop, you must register for both sessions.
LE F.1: Free Time
Select this option if you are not taking a class or
are instructing during this session.
LE F.2: Circle C Trail Ride
Back by popular demand! Come meet the horses
and take a ride on the trails of Keyauwee. Due to
the size of our horses and the nature of the of the
program, there is a 250 pound weight limit.
Fee: $16
Instructor: Circle C Staff
LE F.3: Techbridge “Power It Up”
Interested in learning more about facilitating
Techbridge for girls in a troop or event setting?
Take part in this class to learn about all five of the
Techbridge boxes and how to facilitate girls through
hands-on activities and career opportunities.
During this class you will learn tips on how to set up
career exploration activities that include field trip
to companies and classroom visits by role models.
If you are interested in a training on a specific box,
please contact Valerie Wooten at
vwooten@girlscoutsp2p.org after you register for
Leaderee AND this class. Please note that this class
may extend past the scheduled end time. If you
are riding with other people, please make sure they
are aware of this. This class involves small parts, so
bring your glasses and the use of soldering irons.
Fee: $8
Instructor: Valerie Wooten
# of People: 5-12
LE F.4: World Centers and destinations
Come learn about the WAGGGS World Centers
and destinations opportunities from one of our
council’s experts in this area. Learn about where
to go, how to get there, how to help your girls apply
to go on a destination, how to travel abroad with
your girls and what to do when you get there. This is
one workshop that shouldn’t be missed if you want
information from one of the most knowledgeable in
the council.
Fee: $5
Instructor: Pam Hopkinson
# of People: 5-25
LE F.5: Tenting
Tenting completes the Camp License and is
required for taking a troop camping where the girls
sleep in tents. You’ll learn about setting up tents
and tarps and how to tie four very useful knots.
Pre-requisites: Revised Be Safe, Be Ready online
courses, Fire Building and Outdoor Cooking
Please note: This course runs until 12:30 p.m.
Fee: $5
Instructor: ALF
# of People: 6-20
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2015 Leaderee: Not All Heros Wear Capes
Registration Form
Please use one form per person. Registration includes: patch, Saturday breakfast, lodging and fun
and fellowship! Registration deadline is April 2. Remember you can register online using E-biz at
www.girlscoutsp2p.org if you are a registered member of P2P.
Name: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Address:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Phone (H): __________________________________________ Phone (C): _______________________________________________________
E-mail: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
First Leaderee? (circle) YES NO
Staying Friday night? ____ YES ____ NO
Staying Saturday night? ____ YES ____ NO
Sleep Request: ____ TENT ____ CABIN
Need electricity for medical equipment? ____ YES ____ NO
Meal Request: (Meals are included, but a head count is needed for the chef.)
____ Saturday breakfast
____ Saturday lunch
____ Saturday supper
____ Sunday breakfast
Transportation: A council van will be driving down I-40 to Keyauwee Program Center on the afternoon of May 1 and will return the
afternoon of May 3, making stops along the way. A limited number of seats are available. First come, first served.
I would like a ride in the council van ___________________________________
Special Accommodations Alert! (List any food allergies, physical, medical, C-PAP, transportation needs, etc.)
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Register
Online
Registration
Options
Register
through mail
or in person
Register
through fax
For immediate registration
confirmation, please
register through E-biz
Online Registration at
www.girlscoutsp2p.
org (Visa, Master Card,
American Express and
Discover are accepted
online)
Return registration form
with registration fee
to: 530 4th Street SW,
Hickory, NC 28602
Fax registration form with
credit card payment to :
828-328-6870.
Requesting a
scholarship? Submit a hard
copy registration form with
the scholarship application.
The form can be found here:
http://www.girlscoutsp2p.
org/volunteers/volunteerdevelopment under the
Learning Events tab.
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2015 Leaderee Registration Form
Please mark your first, second and third choice under each Workshop Session section. Please know some
workshops are limited in size and assignment is made on a first come, first served basis. If a class is a twosession workshop, please register for both sessions!
Session D - 1:15-3:15 p.m.
Session A - 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Course ID and Name
Choice #
A.1 - Free Time
Fee
Course ID and Name
Choice #
_________
D.1 - Free Time
_________
A.2 - E-Biz
_________
D.2 - Clay Pot Soldiers
_________
$9
A.3 - Awards/EOY Reports
_________
D.3 - Dream Catcher
_________
$6
A.4 - Awards Roundtable
_________
$5
D.4 - Quilling
_________
$5
A.5 - TP Roll Scrapbook
_________
$3
D.5 - Teeny Tiny Beady Buddy _________
$5
A.6 -Songs
_________
$3
D.6 -GS History & Songs
_________
$5
A.7- Ukrainian Eggs
_________
$10
D.7- Forest Forensics
_________
D.8- First Aid
(also select LE E.8)
_________
$10
D.9- Climbing Alpine Tower
_________
$7
Session B - 9-10 a.m.
Course ID and Name
Choice #
B.1 - Free Time
_________
B.2 - Geo-Tease
_________
Fee
Fee
$3
B.3 - Advanced Camp Cooking _________
(also select LE C.3)
$20
B.4 - Craft Cluster
_________
B.5 - Holiday Yarn Wreaths
Session E - 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Course ID and Name
Choice #
E.1 - Free Time
_________
$5
E.2 -Duct Tape Crafts
_________
$5
_________
$7
E.3 - Rainbow Loom
_________
$5
B.6 - Paper Stars
_________
$5
E.4 - Glow Ball
_________
$8
B.7- Stained Glass Window
_________
$5
E.5 - Swimming
_________
$4
B.8- CPR Certification
(also select LE C.8)
_________
$10
E.6 -Climbing Wall
_________
$5
E.7- Pearls w. Purpose-Int.
_________
$7
B.9- Nature’s Recyclers
_________
E.8- First Aid
_________
B.10- Fire Building
(also select LE C.10)
_________
$3
E.9-Outdoor Cooking
_________
B.11- Archery
_________
$4
B.12- Wagon Ride
_________
Part 2- fee paid in Part 1
Session C - 10:15-11:45 a.m.
Course ID and Name
Choice #
C.1 - Free Time
_________
C.2 - Lummi Sticks
_________
Fee
Session F - 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Course ID and Name
Choice #
F.1 - Free Time
_________
F.2 - Circle C Trail Ride
_________
$16
F.3 - Techbridge “Power Up”
_________
$8
_________
$5
_________
$5
destinations
F.5 - Tenting
Part 2- fee paid in Part 1
C.4 - Ladder Ribbon Necklace _________
$8
C.5 - Iris Paper Folding
_________
$5
C.6 - Flip Flop Wreath
_________
$5
C.7 -Pearls w. Purpose- Beg.
_________
$6
C.8 -CPR Certification
_________
C.9 -Boating
_________
C.10 -Fire Building
_________
Part 2- fee paid in Part 1
$10
Fee
F.4 - World Centers &
$3
C.3 - Advanced Camp Cooking _________
Part 2- fee paid in Part 1
Fee
$3
Participant Name: ___________________________
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2015 Leaderee: Not All Heros Wear Capes
Registration Form
Commemorative Orders must be placed by April 2!
Commemoratives for this year include a short sleeve T-Shirt and charm. The prices are listed
below and must be ordered by April 2. Tax is already included in the price. No extras will be ordered
so order now and don’t be left out! Charms, pins and patches from previous years will be available
at the Leaderee registration table while supplies last.
Short-sleeve T-shirt
Short-sleeve T-shirt
Short-sleeve T-shirt
Indicate size & quantity
Price
S ____ M ____ L ___ XL ___
2XL ____ 3XL ____
4XL ____ 5XL ____ 6XL ___
$12
Total
$14
$17
Lightweight tote bag
$3
Stainless steel generic
Leaderee mug
2015 Not All Heros Wear
Capes charm
$6
$6.50
Commemorative
Order Total:
Adult Girl Scouts: Registration $45 per person (before March 9) $50 per person between March 9-April 2
No registrations will be accepted after April 2 and no refunds after the registration deadline.
Don’t let finances keep you from joining us at Leaderee! Remember you can apply for financial
assistance through the Ed Whitmire Adult Learning Scholarship Program!
Cash (do not send in mail)
$______________
Check (payable to GSCP2P) $______________
Credit Card

VISA

Discover
$______________
Master Card
American Express
Name on Card: _______________________________________
Registration Fees
($45 before 3/9/$50 after 3/9):
_________
+
Workshop Fees
_________
Total Registration Fee:
_________
-
Account Number: ____________________________________
Coupon/instructor discount
(attach coupons to this form)
_________
CVV-code: ____________________ _______________
(3 digits on back of card)
Expiration Date
Registration Amount Due:
_________
Signature: ____________________________________
Required for all credit cardholders
Date: _________________________________________
Are you requesting a scholarship?
(Enter amount requested, attach form,
maximum 75% of amount due)
- _________
Total Registartion Amount Enclosed:
_________
Participant Name:
Commemoratives Total (if ordering)
+ _________
______________________________________________
GRAND TOTAL ENCLOSED:
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_________
Stock up on Girl Scout merchandise!
The Keyauwee Trading Post will be open select times during the Leaderee
weekend. Bring your checkbook and bring back a surprise for
your Girl Scout at home or treat yourself!
The Trading Post is located at the front gate in the camp office.
ALL ABOUT SWAPS
SWAPS are a fun part of all the A.W.E.S.O.M.E. events! Don’t miss out!
SWAPS are inexpensive, small items or tiny crafts that Girl Scouts give as gifts or trade with old
and new friends for remembrance. They may be store-bought or hand-made. SWAPS etiquette
requires that you make a one-on-one contact to make a new friend or renew your friendship with
an old friend- it’s more than swapping items! SWAPS may be shared throughout the event as you
meet new friends and see your old friends at workshops or on the trails. These tips will help you
create and share SWAPS!
SWAPS TIPS
♥ SWAPS shouldn’t be edible — no cookies or candies. Skunks, mice and even bears like
edible SWAPS!
♥ Include your name, e-mail address, etc. on your SWAP so your new friends can reach
you.
♥ SWAPS frequently have pins so they may be worn on a hat, sash, ribbon or jacket,
although they can also be patches, necklaces, bracelets...
♥ SWAPS may depict the theme of the event, represent one of your interests, share
something about your hometown- the sky is the limit!
♥ Be courteous! Swap with everyone. It’s nice to give SWAPS to someone who doesn’t
have any to trade.
♥ Carry extra SWAPS so no one is left out. We recommend 50-100 SWAPS.
♥ Forgot your SWAPS? Swap a hug!
♥ Always say thank you!
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