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Girl Scout Night at the Colorado Rapids

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join the Colorado Rapids for Girl Scout Night on June 28, 2019 at 8 p.m. at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (6000 Victory Way Commerce City 80022)! All Girl Scouts, family, and friends are invited. Each Girl Scout in attendance will receive a limited-edition Colorado Rapids patch at the game and access to the post-game fireworks show. When purchasing tickets you’ll be asked to enter a troop number for referral. The top three troops with the most ticket referrals will get to participate in a special in-game experience. Top troops will receive more information on the experience the week of the game. Tickets are $29. All tickets will be delivered on Flash Seats. Purchase tickets at https://rapids.ksetickets.com/GirlScouts. Questions? Please contact Bianca Velez at (303) 727 – 3590 or Bianca.Velez@TeamKSE.com.

Colorado Rapids Scout Sleepover

Join us for the Colorado Rapids Scout Sleepover on Sept. 30, 2017! Cheer on the Rapids as they take on the Montreal Impact. Stay for the Scout Sleepover after the game at Dick’s Sporting Goods Field in Commerce City. All Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited. The game starts at 7 p.m. with the sleepover following the game, including a movie and breakfast served in the morning.

The cost is $35/person for a seat in the south endline section. A portion from each ticket will go back to Girl Scouts of Colorado. Ticket includes admission to the Rapids game and sleepover. To purchase tickets, please visit: http://www.rapidstix.com/sleepovergs .
Please contact Andrea Garza with the Colorado Rapids at Andrea.Garza@TeamKSE.com or (303) 727-3724 with questions and orders of 20 or more.

We hope to see you there!

Girl Scouts honor 2012 Denver Women of Distinction at Thin Mint Dinner

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A capacity crowd of 550+ joined Girl Scouts of Colorado at the Sheraton Denver Downtown for an exciting Thin Mint Dinner to honor the 2012 Denver-metro class of Girl Scout Women of Distinction. The event raised $200,000+ for Girl Scouts of Colorado.

The event spotlighted Girl Scouts of Colorado’s Live Healthy, Lead Healthy initiative, focusing on self-esteem, good nutrition, exercise and reducing childhood obesity. Premiering at the event was a video on healthy living created by Colorado Springs Girl Scout Troop 3810. (View the video here.) Lead sponsor for this initiative is the Thiry O’Leary Foundation.

Emcees for the event were Cheryl Preheim, 9News anchor, and Marcelo Balboa, Hall of Fame Colorado Rapids player and Monarch High School coach. Troop 3449 opened the event with a flag ceremony and instrumental musical assistance provided by Girl Scouts of Troop 1472, Victoria Shead (violin) and Melissa Cardenas (cello). The emcees also led an inspirational panel discussion at the event with this year’s Women of Distinction honorees on women’s leadership. (View the video here.)

The three-course dinner featured the creative use of Girl Scout Cookies. (View the recipes here.) Honorary event chair was Former First Lady of Colorado Jeannie Ritter (2009 Woman of Distinction). Event co-chairs were Susan Knox with Cricket and Katherine Peck (1998 Woman of Distinction) with The Gill Foundation.

Girl Scouts of Colorado honors top women leaders in our community as Girl Scout Women of Distinction. These women have reached remarkable levels of achievement as business, philanthropic, government, education and community leaders. They are committed to making the world a better place for the girls of today and tomorrow. They donate their time, talents and experience to Girl Scouting and also support Girl Scouts financially. Since 1997, 387 women have been named as Women of Distinction in the Denver-metro area and raised more than $1.5 million for Girl Scouts of Colorado.

2012 Denver-metro Women of Distinction are: Dr. Jandel Allen-Davis, Peg Bradley-Doppes, Juanita Chacon, Tricia Downing, Melba “Mel” Johnston, Denise O’Leary, Maren Stewart (Learn more about these women here.)

Special thanks goes to the following major sponsors of this event: DaVita, Comcast, UMB Bank, Wagner Equipment Company, Anthem BlueCross and BlueShield, FirstBank and Delta Dental of Colorado.

For more information on the Girl Scouts of Colorado Women of Distinction program, visit our website at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/donors/women-of-distinction. And watch the local press in the next few weeks for articles about this event (we will post links to the stories here too).

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