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Brownie WOW Journey Overnight

Fri Oct 25, 6:00 PM - Sun Oct 27, 12:00 PM CST
Camp Myra S. Pryor, Nada, TX, 77460 Map
$30 per girl, $15 per adult
Badge Journey
Welcome to the WOW Journey for Brownies!

Attention: By registering through this campaign, you're registering for the Region 13 Brownie WOW Journey and are opting to stay overnight at the camp. This price includes the price for overnight accommodations and the price for the journey. 

This journey for Brownies follows friends Alejandra, Campbell, Jamilla, and Brownie Elf as they enjoy some amazing wonders of water. Girls will learn about the endless water cycle and have a good time making their own rainbows as they explore our precious resource of water. They'll meet inspiring women working for water, learn Girl Scout history, and, as a team, come to understand that WOW also stands for Ways of Working. They reach out to their community as they advocate for other people to get involved in protecting water, too! Imported. All badge requirements will be completed with the understanding that the Take Action Project will be completed on their own. 

Troops who register need to follow Girl Scout Girl:Adult Ratio. Individually registered girls must have a registered adult accompany them.  All girls staying overnight must have a camp certified adult and certified First Aider accompany them. 

No camp activities will be included this weekend. The only activity being completed is the Journey, which takes place on Saturday, October 26th  from 10 am -5 pm.

If you'd just like to attend the Journey on the day of and opt to not stay overnight, please click here to register.

Meals:. Meals are not provided, all girls staying overnight must provide their own food 
Accommodation notice: 
Overnight accommodations are assigned on a first come, first served basis. There is no guarantee that the cabins assigned will have Air Conditioning. Unit assignments will be made based on registration numbers. Girls will get the chance to be housed with new friends. Unit assignments are not released to registrants ahead of time. Troops are typically housed together; individually-registered girls are typically housed together. If specific housing accommodations are needed (for accessibility, etc.), contact Lola Akapo - information below. We cannot accommodate requests for housing if they are not based on accessibility needs, etc., but we do make an effort for troops to be housed together. 
Camp check out
Girls and Troops can check out after completion of Journey on Saturday October 26th or check out by noon on Sunday October 27th 

Drop off and Supervision: This is NOT a drop-off event; Girl Scout ratio of adults are required to attend and must register.
Adult requirements:: This event is overnight, so all adults must have a current membership and background check. 
Tagalongs and Registration Switches: No tagalongs allowed at this event and no at-the-door registrations are accepted. Please be diligent in ensuring the correct girls are registered so materials can be prepared appropriately. Any registrant swaps should be completed at least 2 weeks in advance.

Bring:  overnight gear, Permission Slip,Medical Form, Adult Emergency Slip 
Contact: Lola Akapo, Girl Scouts Leadership Experience Manager, 713-293-0353,
Event Chair: Anastasia Rogers,
(Registration) Registrars, 713-292-0370,

There will be additional documents for this offering. The additional documents will be posted in the “My Activities�? tab of your My GS member profile and will be viewable once registration closes. Only the adult who completes registration for their group/troop will be able to see the additional documents. Please share the documents with the participants you registered once they are available