TLGV 2021 Annual Meeting at Camp Laurel
Please join us June 3 at Camp Laurel, where sprawling fields, meandering trails and quintessential camp buildings offer the perfect setting for TLGV’s Annual Meeting.
Thursday, June 3, 2021
Camp Laurel – Girl Scouts of CT
175 Clubhouse Rd., Lebanon, CT
The evening begins at 4:30 pm with four optional pre-meeting activities (full activity details are listed further below):
- Citizen Science at the EnviroLab
- Walking Tour of the Camp.
The meeting formally begins at 5:30 pm with a welcome and dinner, followed by the annual membership meeting and awards ceremony to conclude by 7:00 pm.
The Annual Meeting and picnic dinner is $20 per person (full meal details are listed further below). To RSVP, please visit our online registration form or call the office at 860-774-3300 with your credit card. The deadline to RSVP is May 20.
Members are welcome to attend the Annual Meeting for free if you do not wish to purchase dinner. We will also provide a virtual attendance option via Zoom. Non-members are welcome to attend but cannot vote at the meeting. To RSVP for the free in-person or virtual attendance options please email email@example.com or call 860-774-3300.
TLGV will follow all applicable COVID guidelines from the CDC and State of Connecticut in place at the time of the meeting. If attending in-person, please bring your own face coverings and folding chairs.
Detailed descriptions of pre-meeting activities.
Letterboxing: Explore the trails of Camp Laurel and follow clues to find the treasure – hidden letterboxes with uniquely designed hand-carved stamps that you can add to your personal logbook. Don’t have your own letterboxing kit? We’ll provide one! This activity is perfect preparation for the new TLGV Letterboxing Trail with eight locations across the Corridor and more to come.
Walking Tour of Camp Laurel: Take a guided tour of scenic Camp Laurel to see for yourself what keeps scouts coming back year after year. An easy stroll around parts of this 300+ acre property will show you the important role camp plays in fulfilling the Girl Scout mission to build “girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.”
Citizen Science at the EnviroLab: Visit Camp Laurel’s Outdoor EnviroLab and learn how anyone at any age can become a citizen scientist, applying STEM skills to advance environmental conservation. Citizen science isn’t just for scouts and you can also learn about The Last Green Valley’s citizen science programs.
Archery: Ready to hit some bullseyes? Shake off the rust from when you were a camper and have some fun with a bow and arrows. All equipment will be provided.
Sandwich options – provided by Dog Lane Café – each boxed meal comes with a bag of chips, a pickle, a piece of fruit, a cookie and a bottle of water.
Vegetarian – Swiss Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Avocado, Hummus, Carrots, Honey Mustard & Roasted Red Peppers on Whole Wheat
Italian Panino – Ham, Salami, Provolone, Roasted Red Peppers, Lettuce, Tomato & Garlic Olive Oil on Ciabatta
Cranberry Apple Chicken Salad – With Baby Arugula & House Celery Apple Mayo on Whole Wheat
Roast Beef & Cheddar – With Arugula, Horseradish Sour Cream, Onion & Tomato on Ciabatta Roll
Roast Turkey & Ham with Maple Mustard – With Mixed Greens & Tomato on Multi-Grain Bread
Roast Turkey & Bacon – With Lettuce, Tomato & Mayo on Whole Wheat
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