CALLING ALL CADETTE / SENIOR / AMBASSADOR TROOPS!!!!
IT’S TIME TO SIGN UP FOR OUR OUTDOORS SKILLS COMPETITION.
- Don’t know much about the competition? Come learn more at our Tickler at Sky High Ranch on June 1st. Register online for the tickler. http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/events/1300
- Reach for the Peak has early bird Registration. Register by May 31st and get a discount.
- Would you like to contribute to your experience at Reach for the Peak? There is a competition for each Cadette/Senior/Ambassador to design the T-Shirt for this year.
Need more info?
-Email firstname.lastname@example.org (subject RftP)
-Visit our website!
-Like us on FACEBOOK: Reach for the Peak
Submitted by JULLIANNA TORREZ
Hello, My name is Jullianna and I have been a Girl Scout for nine years. I decided that Girl Scouts needed a cookbook. so I have been visiting health and cooking fairs, asking other kids and Girls Scouts I know and sharing on Facebook to help me with my Cadette Silver Award Project. Here is my facebook page: GirlScoutsOfPuebloCookBookSilverAwardProject. I would really appreciate if you could help me with my project and submit recipes and pictures of your food. Once my project is finished and submitted, my Cadette troop plans on publishing it to help us earn funds for a United States or international trip. I want to know if you have a unique or family recipe to share. Remember you can submit your photo with your recipes on my facebook page also. Thank you again for assisting me.
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By Louise Bashaw
Troop 2016 advisor
Cadette Troop 2016 planned and carried out a Bridging picnic on May 9 at McCabe Meadows Park in Parker to help Junior Troop 513 earn their bridging requirements for Cadette level.
What started out as a Journey Project for the Amaze Journey, became a fun maze of activity stations that earned both troops the ‘All About Birds’ Interest Project patch. After a flag ceremony and pizza dinner, the Cadettes introduced their guests to experienced birders for a bird-watching hike; led educational stations of bird song identity, bird feeders and raptor rehabilitation education; and taught a fun bird game created just for the event.
Since the two troops meet at the same times, they hope to plan more fun activities together for the future.