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Camp Fury allows Girl Scouts work alongside elite women

Posted at 7:44 AM, May 29, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-29 10:44:51-04

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona is giving young girls a chance to gear up with the brave women from Southern Arizona's Fire and Police services. 

The Girl Scouts are calling it Camp Fury.

From May 29 to June 2, everyone will be encouraged to challenge themselves to take risks and complete numerous tasks which are both physically and mentally taxing. 

Girls will be able to rappel over the edge of a six-story building, climb a 110 foot ladder truck, investigate fake crime scenes, and ride along with driving instructors in a high-speed obstacle course.

This year's Camp Fury is full, but details about the next event will be released in August. If you're interested in the next event, it's $500 and that includes all food, lodging, and equipment.

Here's some footage from last year's camp.

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