Cabin 3 Naming Opportunities
See the Turko files video series about the rebuilding of Cabin 3.
Now complete, the cabin on Level 3 of our Balboa Campus will be used by more than 5,000 girls and adults each year for day camps, trainings, events and overnight camping stays. It replaces a much smaller, 52-year-old cabin that was closed in 2012 because of structural and electrical issues.
The two-story, 2,800 square-foot structure is outfitted with state-of-the-art technology and a commercial grade kitchen. It features fire-resistant cement siding and metal shingles, wrap-around veranda, great room with indoor/outdoor fireplace, and a sleeping loft with skylights and window seats. Two of the cabin's restrooms are accessible to visitors using the adjacent fire ring and Adventure Zone, which includes an archery range, ADA-accessible tree house, 40-foot climbing tower, balance platform and traverse wall.
Thank you for helping us build it together, San Diego! Contribute to the Cabin 3 building fund and help us continue to keep Girl Scouting exciting and relevant for today’s girls!
Pillars of Girl Scouting
Available: Consideration ● Diversity ● Faith ● Strength
SOLD: Character ● Confidence ● Courage ● Friendship
Helpfulness ● Honesty ● Leadership ● Patriotism ● Philanthropy
Resourcefulness ● Respect ● Sisterhood ● Wisdom
A core value or tenet of Girl Scouts’ mission, Promise and Law will be carved on each of the 16 pillars supporting our new lodge's veranda roof. Leave a legacy for generations of Girl Scouts by selecting a word from the list above and adding your name to that pillar.
To sponsor a pillar, contact Laura Rice, (619) 610-0735.
|Your name on the new cabin!||$500,000
|Media and audio visual equipment, including computers, flat screens, LCD projector and 10 tablets, to enable dual use as a classroom and camping facility
|Pillars of Girl Scouting (3 remain)
|Picnic tables on the patio (6 remain)
|Cubbies for girls’ backpacks and gear (10 remain)
Questions? Contact Laura Rice, (619) 610-0735.
Thanks to our Capital Campaign donors
|"Sparrow’s Nest" Great Room Dorothy "Sandy" and John Helm|
|Hervey Fire Suppression Hervey Family Fund at the San Diego Foundation|
|Sullivan Powerhouse Katie and Dan Sullivan|
|Groce Activity Portico Barbara and David Groce|
|County of San Diego Bathrooms, Excavation and Water Catchment|
|Roscoe-Tiffany Culinary Experience Patti Roscoe and Jim Tiffany|
|Qualcomm Matching Grant Program|
|Katherine White Mission Style Roof, Architechtural Elements and Loft Window Seats|
|Loftus Loft Jan and Wayne Loftus|
|Major Fireplace Sue and John Major|
|Debbie Turner and Conrad Prebys Singing Porch|
|Las Patronas Interior Furnishings Package|
|Cushman Family Foundation Kitchen Equipment|
|Linden Root Dickinson Foundation|
|Fire Prevention Package Andrea Migdal and Michael Tierney|
|Shannon McClellan Fire Ring McClellan Family|
|Picnic Area Julia Brown|
|Xeriscaping Susan and Larry Favrot|
|Energy Efficient Irrigation Hunter Industries|
|Technology Partner Cox Communications|
|Heating/Air Conditioning Unit Tipton Honda|
|Wash-up Station Tange and Tom Gavin|
|Pillars of Girl Scouting: Helpfulness (Anonymous), Courage (Barbara Alderson), Wisdom (Sandy Brue and Chris Carstens), Character (Billie and Richard Deihl), Patriotism (Barbara Dickey), Sisterhood (Kathy Drucquer Duff and George Duff), Honesty (Barbara and David Groce), Friendship (Elsie Marie Larson), Philanthropy (Linden Root Dickinson Foundation), Confidence (Kimberley Manhard), Resourcefulness (Ellie and Ralph Mazza), Respect (The Moss Family), Leadership (Rhaylene Montgomery-Mosso and Troop 6033)|
|Picnic tables: Barbara Dickey, Heather and Jeffrey Dugdale, Cheryl and Jim Hernandez, Linda and Mel Katz, David Pepper, Mimi and Mike Murray, Katherine and Matthew Nowak, Michelle Sterling|
|Cubbies: Roseanne and Rick Brooks, Sandy Brue and Chris Carstens, Regina and Shea Buckley, Lenore and Doug Cameron, Arlene Harris and Marty Cooper, Denise Dornfeld, Julie and Mitch Dubick, Shannon and Erik Franzen, Jo Dee and Glenn Jacob, Cindy and Jay Longbottom, Sue and John Major, Manpower, McGrath Family, Anthony and Sara Napoli, Nancy and Michael Powers, Debbie and Mike Rider, Claudette and Ralph Steinhauer, Pam Summers, Laura and Erv Wheeler, Arelene and Thad Wolinski, Catherine Young and Mike Buhai|