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July 6 - July 10   9:00 AM-3:00 PM 

AGES 7-14

Join Miss Andrea from Miss Andrea's Dance Factory 

for a week of princess fun, dance, creativity, and projects! 

 

MUSIC   FRIENDS   DANCE  

GAMES   ARTS & CRAFTS 

 

This day camp will offer girls ages 7 – 14 the opportunity to discover their potential.  Aligned with The Youth Unite and Miss Andrea’s Dance Factory, Girls Rock! is a mentor-based summer camp dedicated to empowering young women from the Stateline area through music education, dance, art, and group activities that foster leadership skills, creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration.  Girls Rock! is a community driven camp dedicated to deconstructing gender-based discrimination by addressing the ways females can react to their insecurities and by providing an opportunity to develop a sense of inner self-confidence. This girls-only camp is designed to eliminate group cliques and bring participants together to appreciate their commonalities and differences.  Girls Rock! uses a supportive, multi-generational, peer mentoring method to create a safe space that encourages the fearless expression, artistic experimentation, thoughtful analysis, and imaginative action of our participants.

 

This day camp will consist of a variety of activities to stimulate each participant’s ingenuity and innovation. Camp participants will collaborate and work towards the ultimate goal of a group production which will be presented to friends and family on the last day of the camp. 

 

Bring your own sack lunch; Daily snack provided

 

$150 for a whole week of camp!

 $75/additional siblings  

Checks made out to: The Youth Unite

 

 

 

Camp Counselors and Credentials:

 

Miss Andrea: Miss Andrea has been dancing for decades and continues to share her love of the arts with countless students at Miss Andrea’s Dance Factory. Her contagious smile and love for children makes her an excellent counselor and mentor for young women.  Miss Andrea has won many awards for her own personal talents, as well as her choreography, and many of her former students have progressed to dance professionally.  In addition to her strenuous technical critiques, her students progress because Miss Andrea has a way of instilling passion in the hearts of young women. Miss Andrea’s continuous energy has inspired generations of dancers.  Her gusto for life and endless dance knowledge will provide your child with a unique educational opportunity.

  

Brittnay Wittnebel: Founder of The Youth Unite, Brittnay has dedicated herself to building community networks and helping victims of bullying. To share the message of empathy, self-respect, and compassion with young people, Brittnay designed and presented the Character Education Assembly at several Stateline middle schools. Currently, Brittnay resides in Miami, Florida and attends St. Thomas University School of Law.  Brittnay has used her legal knowledge to advocate for victims of bullying in her recent law review article discussing Florida’s anti-bullying statues, and she drafted a bill in New Mexico to raise the penalty for elder abuse.  As a future female attorney, Brittnay recognizes the implications of gender stereotypes and her experience makes her a qualified mentor for young women. 

 

Jody Wittnebel: President of The Youth Unite, Jody Wittnebel is a community organizer extraordinaire! Jody has collaborated with numerous local organizations and volunteered countless hours to charity work. Jody believes the America’s youth needs to hear the message of empathy and treating one another with mutual respect. She understands the necessity for grass-roots organizations to be involved in the lives of local residents and sees the benefits of music and the arts in creating stronger community bonds. Jody believes a key to success at a young age is to share an appreciation for music.  Jody started The Castle Conservatory to offer music lessons to students from all socio-economic backgrounds. Jody is a strong female leader in her community and will be an active camp leader. 

 

Maddie Mueller: Maddie is a spirited young woman who has shared her talent for dance with girls of all ages. Maddie has danced competitively for several years and has taught many young girls at Miss Andrea’s Dance Factory to creatively express themselves.  Off the stage, Maddie is a drummer at her school.  She has a natural talent for music and the arts and her vigor and gentle heart make her an excellent role model.

 

Stella Guralski: A spunky young lady like Stella will be an excellent contributor at Girls Rock! Stella is a talented singer with a highly creative mind. Stella is a blossoming youthful spirit who will contribute to the camp by working with her peers and actively participating during group activities and crafts.