CAMP RICE MOODY
Meet new friends and make great memories at Camp Rice Moody—the perfect place for day campers for over 65 years! Take part in planning the week with your counselors and fellow campers. Choose from favorite camp activities like arts and crafts, games, singing and more. Splash in the swimming pool and enjoy an outdoor feast around the fire pit. Whether you come for a week or the whole summer, it’s the best way to sample all the fun of camp!
Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether you go for a day, week, or longer, Girl Scout camp gives you an opportunity to grow, explore and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults. Every girl deserves a chance to camp! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-350-8335.
Hours of operation: 9 AM - 4 PM (full day), 9 AM - 1 PM (half day)
Extended care available at no extra cost! 8 - 9 AM (drop-off)
4 - 5 PM (pickup)
Camp begins with the opening flag ceremony, which is followed by your unit's fun activities. Camp offers a swimming pool, outdoor cooking areas and a large program building for daily activities. Campers bring lunches and then go into their afternoon programs. The day ends with a closing flag ceremony and cool end-of-day events.
Come see Camp Rice Moody at one of our open houses:
Wednesday, February 25 | 6 - 7 PM
Sunday, March 29 | 1 - 2:30 PM
Wednesday, April 29 | 6 - 7 PM
Sunday, May 31 | 1 - 2:30 PM
About the Directors
The 2015 camp season is being run by co-directors Renée Doucette and Amanda Michienzi. Between them, they have 39 years of camp experience at Camp Rice Moody. Renee is beginning her 20th summer and Amanda her 19th summer. They both started at Camp Rice Moody as counselors and have worked up the ranks.
This is Renée’s 14th season directing Camp Rice Moody. Renee has been a Girl Scout for 23 years. She is presently in her 10th year of teaching second grade. Renée possesses bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Elementary Education from Salem State College and is currently working on her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Special Education and Early Childhood Education at Fitchburg State University.
This is Amanda’s 11th season directing Camp Rice Moody. Amanda has been a Girl Scout for 29 years and received her Silver and Gold Award. She also attended Camp Rice Moody as a camper. Amanda has taught for the past 10 years and presently is in her eighth year of teaching second grade. Amanda possesses a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Framingham State College, master’s degree in Elementary Education from Salem State College, and is working on her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Special Education and Early Childhood Education at Fitchburg State University.