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Calling all Junior Troops: Join us for “aMUSE Journey” camp

Submitted by Carolyn Decker

Northern & Northeastern CO


Hey Junior Leaders,
Are your girls interested in earning the aMUSE Journey? Would they like to go camping? Come join Senior Troop 78527 at “aMUSE! Journey” camp! This camp is a two-day, one-night event at Tomahawk Ranch on Sunday, January 14 to Monday, January 15, 2018. We have lots of fun ideas for your girls to learn about all the roles women and girls can have and how to bash down stereotypes that might get in the way. Girls will complete the aMUSE Journey, enjoy fun camping activities, and get a camping patch. Tomahawk Ranch is a great place to get rid of the winter blahs…it is easy to get to and has heated cabins! This camp is $65 per girl and $40 for adults. You can find flyer and registration information on the GSCO events list (link below). If you have any questions please contact Maria Cross at cross.maria.e@gmail.com

Hope you can join us!
G.I.R.L.s of Troop 78527
G-go getter-goal to travel to Belize
I-innovator-girl inspired ideas for journey
R-risk taker-going to learn to scuba dive
L-leader-camp led by us!


Troop 78527 say “Join us at beautiful Tomahawk!”

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Girl Scout Troop 63468 creates bully-proofing video

Submitted by Kimberly Robertson

Girl Scout Troop 63468 (Aurora) completed their aMuse Junior Journey by creating a bully-proofing video called “Stand Up To Bullies.” The 5th graders learned how a film is created by working hands-on to complete this journey.

The juniors not only wrote the script, but memorized their individual lines, blocked their actions, worked in front of and behind the camera, and even ad-libbed some of the lines, to create more action. The video editing was completed by their Troop Leader: Kim Robertson. The girls also learned how to get into character with their individual parts.

An addition to the video, at the end, was an impromptu music video featuring Sara Bareilles’ song, “Brave,” sung and beat boxed by the 5th graders.

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