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2014 Wayzata Day Camp Online Registration We are once again offering online registration beginning April 7 through April 25 for all campers (girls entering grades 1-7 in the fall of 2014) and volunteers (Caddies, Unit Assistants and adults). Online registration will include camp registration, bus permission and health history form information. All payments are due by April 30 if not using the Pay-Pal/Credit Card option.
Online registrations must be received by April 25, 2014. Registrations received after April 25 are subject to space availability and a $10.00 late fee.
All Campers and Volunteers must be registered members of GSUSA and pay the $15 membership fee.
All adults not currently registered must also complete a free online background check – completed after registering. This is not only a volunteer expectation in River Valleys, but it also ensures the safety of all participants.
2014 Wayzata Day Camp Registration Forms
FORM- ALL CAMPERS MUST FILL OUT
Once you have completed your registration form, please go to the Payment
• For unregistered members of GSUSA:
o $15 membership fee for each new member (please make a separate check payable to "River Valleys")
have enough volunteers, you will receive email confirmation of your daughter's enrollment after May 7. If we don’t have enough adult volunteers registered at that time we will send an email to all families requesting additional assistance to avoid cancelling camp or large waiting lists. Final confirmations will be emailed by May 21. If you do not have email, confirmation will be mailed to you.
May 7, 2014
be confirmed (provided we have enough adult volunteers to run camp).
If we don’t have enough adult volunteers registered at that time we will send an email to all families requesting additional assistance to avoid cancelling camp or large waiting lists.
May 21, 2014
Confirmation – we will notify all families of camper status (confirmed or waitlisted).
June 15 2014
camp parents and volunteers:
is optional for families of girls who have been to camp in previous years
Mandatory Orientation Meeting to learn
about Day Camp, have the opportunity to meet the Day Camp Directors and Health Care Managers, find out the do’s and don’ts of Day Camp and get your questions answered.
Time and Location TBD |
Day – Come
meet the other volunteers in your unit, learn about this year’s program, schedule, crafts, etc. You will receive your camp t-shirt and folder so you time to review the information thoroughly before the start of camp, as well as decorate your t-shirt