Giveaway: How Do You Pack for Camp?

We hope you enjoyed our silly video on how we at the Guided Discoveries office pack for camp! Now, we need your help and you could win an awesome prize from our Packing for Camp Giveaway. We want you to put together a silly, creative, short video on how and/or what you pack for camp. The video should be no longer than one minute and no shorter than 6 seconds. Your video might be shown on any or all of our social media platforms. NOW for the important information…what you Win! We are giving away 10 limited edition Sherwood Rasta Dive Masks. Please email your submits to Alisa VinZant at alisa@gdi.org. If you have any questions please call 1-800-625-1423. Winners will be picked at random.

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 Rasta Mask You Could WIN!

If you don’t want to or you don’t like doing videos then there is another option for you to win. We want to know why camp is important to you? How camp has made a difference in your life? What do you love about it and why do you keep coming back? Basically, what does camp mean to you! Please write your answers in paragraph form. There isn’t a required length so write as little or as much as you wish!

Again, winners will be picked at random and please submit all entries to Alisa VinZant at alisa@gdi.org. All entries must be received by May 22, 2015. Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at camp soon!!!

WELCOME TO THE SEA CAMPER BLOG

We would like to thank you for visiting our blog. Catalina Sea Camp is a hands-on marine science program with an emphasis on ocean exploration. Our classes and activities are designed to inspire students toward future success in their academic and personal pursuits. This blog is intended to provide you with up-to-date news and information about our camp programs, as well as current science and ocean happenings. This blog has been created by our staff who have at minimum a Bachelors Degree in Marine Science or related subject. We encourage you to also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Twitter, and Vine to see even more of our interesting science and ocean information. Feel free to leave comments, questions, or share our blog with others. Please visit www.catalinaseacamp.org for additional information. Happy Reading!

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