Girl Scouts plan a day of living on the prairie

Girl Scouts explore a cool creek on a warm day during a past campout. Courtesy photo.

Camp on the prairie with the Girl Scouts. Sleep in the loft of a barn built in 1915 at Pioneer Bluffs, a historic Flint Hills ranch.

At the Girl Scout Prairie Weekend, 10 a.m. July 20 to 11 a.m. July 21, 2019, at Pioneer Bluffs, scouts will enjoy exploring a creek, old-fashioned games, crafts, square dancing, and songs around the campfire.

Campers will cook supper, s’mores and breakfast over a fire. Scouts should bring a sack lunch for Saturday, but all other meals and snacks will be provided. Participants earn one hour of community service and an event patch by attending the camp.

This camp is for second grade through 12th for registered Girl Scouts and adults. Pioneer Bluffs is at 695 HWY 177, Matfield Green, Kan. For more information, contact Paula Roper at [email protected] or 620-343-4088.

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