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New activity opportunity in Northern Colorado

Submitted by Hailey Groo

Northern & Northeastern CO

Fort Collins

Girl Scouts of Colorado has partnered with the Poudre Heritage Alliance of the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area to bring a new activity opportunity! Through the Poudre Heritage Alliance’s Community Wellness Program, Girl Scouts can visit the Cache la Poudre River and participate in a super-fun heritage hunt! The available routes stretch from Bellvue to Greeley, and fulfills requirements towards the Brownie Hiker badge! Find out more about the program and sign up your Girl Scout troop at poudreheritage.org/wellness-program.

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Flying, zapping, and girl power superhero camp

Submitted by Carolyn Decker

Northern & Northeastern CO

Longmont

Join us for a super-powered, superhero camp!!!

The Seniors and Cadettes of Troop 78527 are hosting an adventurous superhero camp for Brownies and Juniors. This camp is all about discovering what you are capable of and how to achieve it. There will be tons of fun games and activities, where each girl will discover her superpowers and learn to use them. She’ll get a chance to learn how to fight evil and get all kinds of creative with her secret identity. She will create her own jewelry with sparkling stones that represent her superpowers. Girls will also design their own mini-sidekick and flowing cape to wear to supercharge their fight for good. Girls will get to enjoy camping with their troop in heated cabins, and eat delicious food provided by Tomahawk Ranch and have a super time having fun with older girls winter camping.

Where: Tomahawk Ranch Girl Scout Camp near Bailey, Colorado southwest of Denver

When: Friday, January 20 to Sunday, January 22, 2017

Arrive beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday for dinner and the start of all the fun festivities. Depart at 10 a.m. on Sunday.

The deadline for registration is December 15, 2016. Please look on the GSCO event page for the registration form and flyer. Use superhero as a keyword!

Girls must attend with adults. The camp costs $100 for each girl attending and $55 for each adult. (Adults over safety-wise ratios must pay $100) Cost includes activities, lodging, five meals and snacks, and a Superhero fun patch.

Questions? Please contact Maria Cross at cross.maria.e@gmail.com or at 703-597-6188.

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