About the Book
The power of girls' camp is young women joining capable, positive leaders who are organized and who make things happen. Divine nature is strengthened by being in nature. But how do you translate Mormon-speak for nonmember friends at girls camp? How do you hold to modesty standards while making every girl feel accepted? What about campers with special needs or diet restrictions? How do you break up cliques at camp?
A spectrum of women and men from across the country have come together in this volume to talk about real-world situations faced at girls' camp. You ll find practical ideas and powerful stories, from the first day of camp, to lifetime lessons that continue to bless lives long after camp is over. Whether you're a leader, lifeguard, nurse, craft-barn leader, or priesthood visitor, whether your camp is primitive or modern, there's something in these pages for you.
About the Editors
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Girls’ Camp is a fantastic resource for camp directors and leaders to use as they prepare for camp. This unique book has personal examples of different situations that take place at camp, both good and bad. It also has some easy recipes, tips for teaching, possible activities, ways to make every girl feel included and so forth. I would definitely recommend this book to LDS or other religious camp leaders in helping them prepare for a fun and safe Girls’ Camp.
Genre: nonfiction, leadership manual
Publisher: Walnut Springs Press, an imprint of Cedar Fort
Publication date: March 7, 2016
Number of pages: 144
Content Rating: G
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Marci McPhee.
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