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Meet Our Camp Directors!

We are super excited to introduce the amazing Camp Directors that will be leading our campers and camp staff through another awesome camp season!

erin

Camp Hoffman Director: Erin Stewart

Bio to come!

Camp Kim

Camp Promising Acres Director: Kimberly Bevilacqua, “Dragonfly”

Girl Scouts has been a part of my life for a very long time. I first joined as a Junior and bridged to a Cadette. I also spent a few summers at Camp Hoffman as an overnight camper. Girl Scouts followed me into adulthood. I was a Troop Leader from 1990 until 2013. My journey at Camp Promising Acres began in 2000 as Unit Leader. The following year I took on the role as Assistant Program Director until I was promoted to Program Director in 2003. I enjoyed thirteen summers as Program Director. I was recently offered the position of Camp Director and I am very excited to return this summer. In addition to camp, I became a trainer for the Girl Scout council and I now teach Troop Camp Training to other Troop Leaders. I also became a Camp Ranger at Camp Hoffman and have started to create new programs for troops to attend. I am so thankful for everything that Girl Scouts has given me over these many rewarding years. I am thrilled to begin a new chapter as Camp Director this year and continue my amazing journey.

Camp Kristin

Camp Cookie Director: Kristin Scribner, aka "Scribbles"

This is my tenth year as a Girl Scout Leader in Lincoln and I have led every age group. I currently lead a Cadette-Senior-Ambassador troop and I’m an assistant to a Junior troop. In addition to troop leadership, I am also the Service Unit Manager for Lincoln and the previous Camp Director for Camp Promising Acres. While I have only worked a few years at Girl Scout camp at both Cookie and Promising Acres, I also worked for seven years at the Boy Scout Camp, Camp Champlin, and for five years at South County YMCA’s Camp Takodah. My husband and I homeschool our two kids, Jared aged 13 and Lily aged 16. I absolutely love the time I get to spend with them and the other homeschooled students I teach through our co-op classes and online classes. My kids and I also volunteer at the Baldwin School in Pawtucket each week, at Hearthside House Museum, and at our church. You could say that I like working with kids and helping out! I'm looking forward to this summer at Camp Cookie!

Camp Lori Ann

Camp Green Forest Director: Lori Ann Hiener, aka "Cashew"

This summer will be my 11th year at Camp Green Forest. I first started when my oldest finished 2nd grade and my youngest was considered a Peter Pan. I was a Unit Leader for seven years and the past three as Camp Director. I love spending my summer days outside with all of the campers singing camp songs, going on hikes, and kayaking on Larkin Pond. My favorite part of camp is late nights sitting around the camp fire, roasting marshmallows and singing campfire songs. Girl Scout camp is like no other camp. It provides Girl Scouts the opportunity to learn skills such as fire building, knot tying, hiking, outdoor cooking and orienteering in a way that is fun and elicits team building.  When I was a Girl Scout I never had the opportunity to attend Girl Scout Camp. I am so lucky that my girls love going to camp and that I can enjoy it with them.   *"Cashew" pictured with her oldest daughter, "Fudge".

Camp Linda

Camp Rocky Farm Director: Linda Hendrickson, aka "Jersey"

I have worked at Rocky Farm for the last 7 years or so—working at Rocky Farm is my favorite thing to do! I love our campers, and I love our staff. We hike the Cliff Walk, make food over the fire, learn arts and crafts, and go to Gooseberry Beach every day! We play camp games and all of our campers, no matter how old they are, work with each other. My favorite camp song is Hermie the Wormie. I love making s'mores of any kind, but my favorite are Mexican s'mores! My camp name is Jersey because I grew up in New Jersey!  I was a Girl Scout when I was a kid and was in Brownies, Juniors, and Cadettes. I never got to go to summer camp, but my troop would camp at Camp Inawendiwin and stay over for weekend trips. I love hiking and adventure! New Hampshire is one of my favorite places to visit, I also love Maine and am looking forward to visiting Acadia Park this summer. Last year I visited Arizona and saw the Grand Canyon for the first time! I am a science teacher and I also work at the Paw Sox and Dunkin Donuts Center! I can't wait for Camp Rocky Farm to begin and see all of my favorite campers!