As of this morning, authorities report that the Stuart Hole Fire is becoming contained and all evacuations in the area closest to the fire have been cancelled. The Red Feather Lakes area is in no immediate danger and County Road 74E is open, so we are looking forward to all sessions at Magic Sky opening today (June 6) unless circumstances change later today. If this happens, we will contact you. Girl Scouts of Colorado is in close communication with the Larimer County Emergency Office, and as of 9:30 a.m., June 6, the Stuart Hole Forest Fire is moving away from Magic Sky Ranch.
We will alert families if the authorities determine there is a need for evacuation in the Red Feather Lakes area. We have comprehensive emergency action plans in place, if an evacuation were necessary. We work with the Larimer County Sheriff Department, Larimer County Emergency Department and Forest Service, and other local resources to implement our plans of action. Please be assured that the safety of your girl is Girl Scouts of Colorado’s top priority. As updates are available, they will be posted to Magic Sky’s Facebook page, the GSCO Facebook page and the Girl Scouts of Colorado website.
Travel safe and we will see you this afternoon. Get ready for the camping fun to start!
Full refunds or re-assignment to another session at Magic Sky or another Girl Scouts of Colorado camp (as space is available) will be offered to families who wish to cancel the June 6 through 8 session at Magic Sky. Please contact our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-607-4878.
For additional information go to http://www.co.larimer.co.us/emergency/.
Please note that at this time there are no other fires burning near a Girl Scouts of Colorado camp property. If that changes, we will let you know.