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Complete the “Brownie Quest” Journey








Submitted by Andrea Robison

Metro Denver


Cadette Troop 60569 is hosting a Brownie Journey event!

Our Cadettes are excited to help Brownies complete this fun and essential journey in just ONE half-day session!

There are 3 sessions from which to choose:

– Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-Saturday, Jan. 27, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
-Saturday, Feb. , 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

All sessions will be located at Northglenn Christian Church (1800 E. 105th Pl., Northglenn, CO 80233).

The “Brownie Quest” Journey will be completed in one half-day session by exploring the three keys (Discover, Connect, Take Action) led by our enthusiastic Cadette guides.

Key 1 (Discover): Learn teamwork and do a scavenger hunt to explore the values of the Girl Scout Law while also learning the value of every girl’s talents.

Key 2 (Connect): Connect as a member of a team by creating a team agreement, preparing a healthy snack (please inform us of any food allergies), and learning simple exercises.

Key 3 (Take Action): Team up to participate in a service project by making newborn blankets for active military families.

Cost: $10 per Brownie

This is not a drop-off event. Leaders are expected to adhere to adult to girl ratios. Journey books and badges are not included.

To register, please go to https://brownie-quest-journey.cheddarup.com. All payments must be made via this link prior to the event (echecks are accepted). No on-site registration will be available.

For more information, contact Andrea Robison at andreamrobison@gmail.com.

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Puppy Love to the Rescue

Submitted by Bobbi Frazier
Troop 64257 in Aurora  showed puppies their love as part of their Brownie Quest community service project.
The girls chose to share their time and resources with the rescue dogs from Colorado Puppy Rescue, a local outreach which facilitates adoption and foster homes for rescue dogs. The troop gathered supplies that a new puppy owner could use and made some comfy blankets for the puppies to cuddle up with. Two volunteers from Colorado Puppy Rescue explained what they do and the girls got to entertain their new little friends as well.
If you’d like to show some puppy love, you are able to find adoption events through their website at http://coloradopuppy.org/availablepups.html
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