Cookie & Nutty Cards expire on June 6! Use your Dough to explore the great, big world!

Cookie Dough Card

Did you know that last year’s Cookie & Nutty Dough cards are set to expire this June 6, 2014? Here’s the coolest thing: you can pay for any GSSGC resident or day camp at Camp Azalea Trails and Camp Wi-Wo-Ca. In addition, you can use your hard-earned Dough toward either of the Adventure Abroad or Adventure At Home GSSGC-sponsored travel destinations.


australiaSet sail for Australia and The Pacific!
Far away on the other side of the globe, Australia and New Zealand boastexotic wildlife, beautiful nature, and fascinating indigenous cultures.

The Maori people of Rotorua are still very active in society – experience their traditions at a Hangi feast. In Sydney, see where the first Europeans set foot, and in Cairns, explore the extraordinary Great Barrier Reef!
DATES: July 29 – August 12, 2014
LENGTH: 14 days
COST: $4,700
AGES: Entering 9th to 12th


san-diegoVenture down south to San Diego!
Spend a full weekend cooling off in sunny San Diego. Explore the city by taking a trolley in the historic Gas Lamp district!

We’ll get around town by bus and passenger vehicles to enjoy shopping, dining, kayaking, beaching, and adventure.
DATES: July 18 – July 20, 2014
LENGTH: 3 days
COST: $480
AGES: Entering grades 6th to 12th


Don’t Waste It, Bank It!

If you don’t decide to spend your Dough this year, please make sure you bank it! Middle-school girls can begin banking their Cookie & Nutty Dough to pay for their high school packages, pictures and more.

Girls as young as Daisies can begin banking their Cookie & Nutty Dough to pay for any camp, even GSSGC-sponsored travel destinations like Europe, Australia and India! It’s never too early to start saving by “banking” your Dough. Just fill out this 2014 Banking Cookie Dough form and return it to your local Council office by June 6, 2014. After close of business on June 6, 2014 the Dough expires!


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