This fall, 62 local Girl Scouts headed to Camp Holloway near Nashville for their annual fall camporee. Founded in 1952 by Jo- sephine Groves Holloway, Camp Holloway allows multiple generations of Girl Scouts to visit and explore the great outdoors together. The fall camporee is for older scouts ranging from Junior to AmbassadorScouts (fourth through 11th grades). Each troop that visited Camp Holloway was able to choose unique experiences that appealed to them, such as archery, screen printing and tree climbing. Some troops took the opportunity to earn badges while at camp. For example, girls from Signal’s junior troop 40030 (Scarlett Clark, Gigi Elder, Phoebe Hogan, andEowyn Shoop) earned their cooking badges by teaming up and making spaghetti and meatballs for themselves and their parents. Lodging at Camp Holloway varies as well, from rustic and dorm-style cabins to platform tents. Saturday night offered a one-of-a-kind experience. Organized by the 11th grade Ambassador Troop 40510 (Allie Selman, Emma Lambeth and MarlonAndrews), the Girl Scouts participated in their own version of the “Amazing Race.” This activity helped members of the Ambassador troop complete their Sisterhood Journey before embarking onto their Gold Award.While each experience was different, there was one common thread: The girls made memories that will last a lifetime.