METAMORA (WEEK) — The pandemic caused many outdoor events to shut down over the last year, but with statewide restrictions being eased, some activities have a chance to shine again.
The Girl Scout’s Camp Tapawingo kicked off their first day of camp since the pandemic started.
There was horseback riding, swimming and learning outdoor skills, with the main goal of helping young girls develop practical skills.
“Our camp is different because we’re a Girl Scout camp and Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. It’s an all-girl environment where girls get to thrive and try new things and grow as leaders of the future,” said Chloe Machula, program manager of camp and events.
Camp Tapawingo has both week day and weekend camp sessions and you do not need to be a current Girl Scout to get signed up.
For more information on the camp, click here.
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