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ZAP! POW! Superhero Day with the Girl Scouts

Join Girl Scouts of Colorado staff for a fun-filled superhero day! We will be hosting programming that is open to girls in grades 2-6 on Aurora Public School’s no school days. The program will run 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. with supervised childcare provided by Girl Scouts of Colorado staff members.

Register here to save your spot!  

Caregivers should arrive a few minutes early to complete paperwork. The $25 cost includes: supervised activities including creating comic art, superhero yoga, learning about comic books, watching the Kim Possible movie (G); morning and afternoon snacks (participants should bring a lunch); and a 2020 Girl Scouts Membership that allows girls to participate in troops, cookie sales, camp, and more.

Parents of participating girls must sign a Parent Permission for Girl Scout Activity form, and a Girl Health History form. (Please click on the links to download the forms.)

Contact Bambi Dingman bambi.dingman@gscolorado.org, 303-607-4857 with any questions. If you have any trouble completing registration, please contact inquiry@gscolorado.org or 877-404-5708.

Silver Award project: Activity/Sensory board

Submitted by Shannon Michel

Metro Denver


Cadettes Sarah R., Bianca P., Emily M., and Maren G. of Troop 4098 in Aurora/Centennial used money earned from the Girl Scout Cookie Program to complete their Silver Award project. They built an activity/sensory board for a life-skills classroom in Aurora Public Schools. These young ladies learned about working with students with special needs, creating activities based upon the students’ abilities, budgeting, teamwork, woodworking, and tool use. They presented the final project to the classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, occupational therapist, physical therapist, and school administrators on Tuesday, April 30, 2019.

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