- Welcome center with quarters for reserve rangers
- Lake to enhance the canoe and kayak programs
- Nature observatory
- Remodel of the Mamie George Activity center to accommodate more girls and provide a catering kitchen
- Outdoor gathering pavilion on a town square
On Friday, Oct. 26 GSSJC officially broke ground on these projects, and we tagged along to snap some photos of the day's events. Click any of the photos below to enlarge.
|All ready for the ceremonial groundbreaking at Camp Myra S. Pryor!|
|Development staff work to make the reception space a little more festive|
with green and white balloons.
|Even Stacy Methvin, our president of the board, jumped in to help decorate.|
|A sneak peek at the overview of the soon-to-be Camp Myra S. Pryor |
Madison Charitable Foundation Town Square.
|Representatives from donor companies, local dignitaries and GSSJC staff|
participated in the ceremonial groundbreaking.
|And then they were off to see the camp! People movers are the best way|
to travel at camp, aren't they?
|Bill Jameson and Dee Koch of The George Foundation. The current|
Mamie E. George Activity Center will be renovated and expanded to
accommodate more Girl Scouts.
|GSSJC Board Member Norma Petrosewicz. Behind|
her is the future site of the Madison Charitable
Foundation Town Square.
|Tom Brown of the Hamill Foundation with GSSJC CEO Mary Vitek. Behind|
them will be the site of the Hamill Foundation Welcome Center.
For continued updates on Camp Myra S. Pryor improvements, be sure to read your latest issue of The Golden Link!