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Post by AHG Camp Carolina Committee on February, 9 2019

We opened registration for the 2019 AHG Camp Carolina on Thursday, February 7, 2019. We decided to open with an immediate waitlist of sorts, rather than placing registrations on a first-come basis. This post is meant to provide further clarity into what we are doing and what to expect as far as registering. We are requesting those who are interested in attending to complete a registration form by Thursday, February 14, 2019, and shortly thereafter, we will make an initial placement from that waitlist. As of February 9, 2019, we are projecting that we will have as many as two dozen spots to place waitlist-registered members into.

Post by AHG Camp Carolina Committee on January, 19 2019

The Second Annual AHG Camp Carolina will be hosted by Troop NC1210 July 21, 2019 to July 26, 2019 near Taylorsville, NC. Our theme this year is Daughter of the King: BeYOUtiful. We want you to be you - the unique person God made you - in Christ and to be beautiful in Christ. You are a daughter of the King and you are loved.

Post by Stephanie Fabricius on June, 18 2018

The "Six Program Emphases Planning Sheet" is a resource for Troop event planning. As we desire to plan balanced events, reflecting multiple aspects of the AHG program, this sheet allows leaders to note how the particular event may accomplish these various goals.

A PDF can be downloaded from this site

Post by AHG Camp Carolina Committee on April, 25 2018

As part of AHG Camp Carolina for 2018, we are providing a small-group Tenderheart program. We have a limited number of spots remaining in this program--an introduction to summer camping.

Post by AHG Camp Carolina Committee on April, 24 2018

Registration is presently open for AHG Camp Carolina, July 22-27, 2018 near Taylorsville, NC. There's still time to join dozens of other girls and leaders from around the region as we kick off North Carolina's resident camp.
On the fence? Here's eight reasons to attend AHG Camp Carolina:

Post by AHG Troop NC1210 on March, 25 2018

Registration is now open for the inaugural AHG Camp Carolina, July 22-27, 2018 near Taylorsville, NC. Capacity is limited, and registration will remain open until available spaces are filled. For more information about our program, please see our camp announcement blog post.

Registration for the camp is through the host Troop's online registration portal. Registrants will need to set up an account, from which the registration form can be accessed.

Post by AHG Troop NC1210 on March, 14 2018

We are pleased to announce the inaugural Camp Carolina AHG Resident Camp during the summer of 2018! Located in the vicinity of Hickory, NC, this camp is for AHG registered girl members at the rising Explorer, Pioneer, and Patriot levels. The camp will run from Sunday July 22, 2018 to Friday July 27, 2018. Our 2018 theme is Passport to Adventure: A Journey of Faithfulness. We will have an international flair and stories of women missionaries will feature in many of our devotionals.

Post by on February, 26 2017

Registration ends soon for AHGequip LIVE in Cary. Such an opportunity is not coming again soon--don't be left out. The event is shaping up to be NC's biggest ever assembly of AHG leaders, with great speakers, fellowship, and networking.

Post by Patriot Unit on February, 23 2017

Troop NC1210 is hosting a kids clothing and accessory exchange to support foster and adoptive families. Please come and be blessed by gently used clothing, shoes, toys, books and accessories for your loved one. Donations accepted March 10.

Post by Stephanie F. on January, 13 2017

A few years ago, as a Troop Coordinator for a new Troop, I took the opportunity to attend a National AHG Conference. That decision has been deeply impactful on my involvement in American Heritage Girls since then, having realized benefits from workshops, meeting peer AHG leaders, and the encouragement of more experienced AHG leaders.


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