We have had the privilege of being the host spot for day camp (day five) of the Girl Scouts of North Alabama for three years, now! This year, the weather was perfect for a day of activities, food and fun! And with 162 girls, leaders and parents, I think this may have been their biggest year, ever!
They all worked on badges and projects throughout the day. One of the favorite stations is the campfire station.
They had lots of fun activities and crafts going on, too:
That afternoon, they even had a fire truck come to the camp -- all the way from Keel Mountain Volunteer Fire Department!
One of the coolest group projects the girls did was this fabulous handprint tree:
It was a terrific day -- we love hearing the camp filled with the sounds of happy children (and adults) enjoying God's goodness! And we hope they'll make it four years in a row by returning next year, too!