“The original intent of the 2012 property plan was to continue offering camping in fewer facilities across the Council's geography while expanding program opportunities and improving standards,” said Rachel Russell, board president.
“Since the plan was unveiled, a number of our membership has raised concerns about the closing and sale of camp properties as detailed in the three phase property plan, and the impact it may have on Girl Scouts as a whole. Many firmly believe that if given the opportunity, they can help GSNCA by raising enough community support to aid in the ongoing operational and capital needs of the camps,” said Russell. “We will continue to include our membership in this new strategic planning process to help garner the best and most creative solutions in determining how we best meet, grow and sustain our Girl Scout outdoor programs for generations to come.”
To view the entire resolution and other property updates, please follow this link: girlscoutsnca.org/property.