Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Inc.
Update November 2013:
Council accepted volunteer plans to retain Green Berry Acres, Latonka Program Center, Mintahama Program Center, and Sacajawea West Program Center for a 3-year term.
Sacajawea East Program Center to be divested.
Possible closures first discussed September 2010 mtg.
Possible closures announced July 2012
Sacajawea West Program Center Update December 2014
Camp Mintahama Update 2014
Volunteers help improve Girl Scout camp in order to make it more attractive
In June 2013, the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland property committee recommended selling the 180-acre camp, which is nine miles south of Joplin. The Friends of Camp Mintahama formed in an effort to save the camp, and in November 2013, the board of directors for the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland approved the group’s three-year plan.
GSMH Property Update-November 15, 2013
Criteria for Volunteer/ Community Plans to Retain Girl Scout Program Properties released July 25, 2013
Glimmer of hope for Girl Scout camp
Green Berry Acres faces closure, sale unless local group can raise funds to maintain it
Girl Scouts may face longer trip for camping
Closing of Girl Scout service center, camp discussed at meeting
Closing of GSA service center, Latonka, still possible
Long Range Property Plan
From the report:
...the only reason a council should have property is to support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.