We are thrilled to announce GSNWGL's Passport!
The Passport was created to:
- Generate excitement!
- Promote travel to and the exploration of our Council's Properties
- Be used a tool for members to document their journeys
The Passport is just that, a small booklet for girls and adults to get excited about collecting stamps from each property they visit or Pathway they experience. Property stamps are currently available* at each of the following properties:
- Appleton Service Center
- Green Bay Service Center
- Eau Claire Service Center
- Camp Birch Trails
- Camp Cuesta
- Camp Del O'Claire
- Camp Nawakwa
- Camp Pow-Low
- Camp Sacajawea
- Camp Winnecomac
* Location of stamp and ink pad will be in your confirmation packet
All Council Shops now have Passports available for sale for $0.75 (clear, plastic holder available for an additional $0.50).
To encourage usage of all Council properties we will offer free weekend stays to troops that rent and stay at three different properties over the course of their Girl Scout experience! Whether it's a troop meeting, troop/Service Area event, or troop/Service Area overnight, the Passport holder would get a stamp in their Passport. You can add stamps if you attend a training or program event at a facility; however, only the troop rentals will be counted towards the free weekend stay incentive. Other incentives can/will be added as they develop.
An additional incentive is to become a Property Ambassador while exploring program focus areas. Whether it is a troop/Service Area event, Council Program Event or training, you can collect all the stamps from all Council camps (10) and program centers (3). Present your passport at your nearest Council Shop to purchase the Property Ambassador pin!
That's not all!
- Pathways stamps are available to record your progress within Girl Scout Pathways. The volunteer or staff person facilitating the Pathway activity will stamp your Passport at the time of participation. Pathways include Troop, Series, Camp, Events, Travel, and Virtual (available 2012).
- To promote travel throughout our jurisdiction, the passport includes a link to find a resource to help plan your travels - GSNWGL's Travel Guide. The Travel Guide lists many things to do while visiting our Council properties. From geocaching to museums, it all can be found at or around one of the program locations! Watch for the Travel Guide to be available on the website by mid-November.
Please contact the Outdoor Program Manager with any questions: email@example.com or call 888.747.6945, and ask for ext. 3371 or dial 920.955.3371. Thank you for your support of our Council properties!