Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council welcomed guests, donors, local officials and more to explore the phase one renovations at Camp Myra S. Pryor near El Campo, TX last Friday, January 31. Here's a sneak peek at some of the new structures and improvements we debuted:
In addition, The George Pool now features a shade structure courtesy of Gulf Coast Medical Foundation, which will help give girls a respite from the hot Texas sun in the summer as well as additional seating and a place to leave their belongings while enjoying a dip in the pool.
Finally, the Wildflower Cabin Cluster was renovated as part of phase one and now includes 98 beds for girls as well as a renovated kitchen shelter and fire pits. (We love their cheery yellow color!)
And if you venture just around the corner from the Wildflower Cabin Cluster, you'll find a horse trough donated by the Family of Kathy and Wayne Richards where girls who enjoy Camp Pryor's equitation program will be able to stop with their horse for a drink.
For more photos from Friday's dedication, head to our Facebook page. Thank you to all who attended the Camp Pryor Dedication and who helped make these great renovations and additions to our camp possible! We can't wait to move on to phase two and continue making this camp a great western oasis!