The SGA’s Board of Directors and Officers met for a retreat on 23-24 January 2009 at Camp Martha Johnston Girl Scout Camp west of Macon. We inspected this large meeting room and dining hall and thought, if we didn’t need to darken the room, this would make a fine meeting place for a semi-annual SGA meeting.

While we spent two days indoors discussing SGA business, the evening in between we did campfire activities. Board Member Brian Floyd, of Douglas, started a fire in the fire circle the Scouts had established on the hilltop. For extra fun, he had brought well-dried replica pottery that he had made previously, and we fired them! They all came out really well, and were quite gorgeous.

Of course, we also enjoyed s’mores!


Posted online on Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

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