Cadette Breathe Journey Camp - Oahu
Cadette Breathe Journey Camp - Oahu
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Date: Sat Feb 11, 10:00 AM HST - Sun Feb 12, 11:00 AM HST
  • STEM,
  • Outdoor
  • Cadettes,
  • Seniors,
  • Volunteers,
  • Ambassadors
Camp Paumalu   Haleiwa, HI

On this Journey, Cadettes learn all about the air they breathe and how to improve its quality. See how sustainable energy is harvested and perform fun experiments about air. Girls will earn three awards that recognize what they learned about air and how to improve your communities’ quality of life.
This program is open to Cadette Girl Scouts in grades 6 to 8 and Adult Chaperones. Participate in traditional camp activities along with earning your Breathe Journey Badge with guidance from camp staff.
Adults who register to attend agree to be Chaperones and must complete a background check prior to camp. Please review our chaperone agreement form prior to registration. Adults will be randomly assigned to a group. Please be prepared to NOT be paired with your daughter's group.
In order to assure maximum space for girl participation, adult chaperone spots are limited to the first 10. Troop leaders are not required to attend.

**Girls and Adult Chaperones must have their own sleeping bag.

Group / Sleeping Arrangements
One of the wonderful opportunities in going to camp is meeting girls/leaders from other troops and sharing new experiences. Your daughter will be randomly placed into a group. Troops should not expect to stay as a troop/unit for all activities. Girls will sleep in their own cabins. Girls and an adult chaperone will sleep in the same unit but not in the same cabin.

Overnight Camp:
Saturday February 11 - Sunday February 12, 2023
Saturday 10:00 AM - Sunday 11:00 AM
Girls - $105  |  Adults - $60

Day Camp:
Saturday February 11, 2023
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Girls - $85  | Adults - $40

Teen Mentor (Older Girl & Adult Staff):
Friday February 10 - 12, 2023
Friday 5:00PM - Sunday 1:00 PM
***B.Y.O. DINNER***
*Must complete TM Annual Camp Training
Registration Fee
Registration fee includes the following
  • Journey Badge
  • Nametag & Lanyard
  • Activity Supplies
  • Meals + snacks
Full payment must be submitted to complete each registration.
There is NO REFUND for this event.
  • Girls must attend a mandatory Zoom meeting on February 8, 2023 from 5:30PM-6:30PM. You will receive zoom link after registration closes and we finalize camp details.
To expedite check in, email a copy of the completed form to by 5PM on 1/13/23.
This is a required form for every council program. It is a per event form: Must be submitted for each individual event you have registered to participate.
Health Screening
You will receive a wellness check email the morning of your event. This online google form must be completed prior to arriving on-site.
Anyone with a fever or temperature higher than 100°F should skip in-person gatherings until their temperature is normal, without fever-reducing medication, for more than 48 hours.
Temperature checks will be given at check-in
Girl Scouts must remain in their vehicle until we are ready for check-in. For the safety and welfare of everyone, family members are not allowed to exit vehicles.  
*Additional procedures will be addressed in our mandatory zoom meeting prior to arriving at camp.
  • Mask Face coverings are optional
  • Closed-toe shoes are required
  • Overnight Gear & Day Pack (packing list will be provided)
    • Re-useable Water bottle
    • Personal Hand Sanitizer
Any time you are in a gathering with other people, you are putting yourself and others at risk of exposure to COVID-19 which can lead to serious medical conditions and even death for people of all ages. We cannot predict who will become severely ill, although we know that older people and those with underlying health conditions are at higher risk. We do not yet know what the long-term effects of COVID-19 are; even people with mild cases may experience long-term complications. People with and without symptoms can spread COVID-19. The masking, distancing, and other guidance provided here is intended to reduce the risk of transmission but does not eliminate it.