Wednesday, March 6, 2013

BLOG TOUR/GIVEAWAY: Everything You Need to Know About Girls Camp by Stephanie Connelley Worlton

Few callings strike fear into a woman’s heart like that of being a Girls Camp leader. Whether you’re a new camper or a seasoned leader, Stephanie Worlton is here to help.

Make your Girls Camp an experience to remember with Everything You Need to Know about Girls Camp. Filled with helpful tips on everything from holding your first meeting to dealing with unhappy campers, this essential guide takes the stress out of planning to make your camp a success!
Click here to learn more. 

Barnes and Noble
Deseret Book


Stephanie Connelley Worlton lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains where she enjoys frequent opportunities to observe nature and appreciate God’s magnificent creations. She is a seasoned Camp Director, an avid Scouter, and a devoted youth leader. Aside from the busy schedule she keeps as a wife and mother of four, Stephanie enjoys organizing, interior design, gardening, carpentry, painting, and being involved with the youth of our rising generation.  To learn more about Stephanie or her book, visit her “Kreating Krazy” blog:


This book is directed to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons or LDS) and refers to their church organizations. Despite that there is much here of value to anyone planning or preparing for girls camp. The author discusses the importance of starting the planning process early, especially in regards to reservations so that a location can be safely secured with plenty of time to spare.  Also, she beautifully sets forth an outline of all the topics that need to be covered and planned/prepared for in regards to food, shelter, safety, priesthood leaders, youth leaders, etc.  I appreciated her thoughts on the importance of choosing a camp theme that speaks to everyone involved and around which the activities can be based.

I remember my own girls camp experiences as times of fun but also spiritual growth and a chance to get better acquainted with the other girls as well as priesthood and Young Women leaders.  After reading this book I have a much greater appreciation for the tremendous amount of work that goes into making girls camp a success. I liked how Worlton carefully organized and presented her material in logical and practical steps, making what could be an easily overwhelming task into a set of much more manageable tasks.  I highly recommend this book for those who are looking at planning for or preparing a girls camp of any size.


As part of the blog tour, Stephanie will be giving away two great prizes. Visit her Kreating Krazy author blog to enter for your chance to win a "Camp Leader Survival Kit" or a signed copy of the book.  

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