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Vote for GSCO in First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants contest

Girl Scouts of Colorado only has two days left in First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants contest, and need your help! GSCO is participating for a chance to apply for a $7,000 grant!

You can vote for us once each day until October 9, 2017. To participate, click here to view the voting page, or follow First Western Trust on Facebook to get updates on the contest.

As always, we appreciate your support and the work you do on behalf of girls across Colorado. These funds will help cover memberships and supplies for Girl Scout families who need financial assistance. Thank you for your help!

Vote for GSCO in First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants contest

One week down and one more to go for First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants contest! Girl Scouts of Colorado is participating for a chance to apply for a $7,000 grant!

You can vote for GSCO once each day until October 9, 2017. To participate, click here to view the voting page, or follow First Western Trust on Facebook to get updates on the contest.

As always, we appreciate your support and the work you do on behalf of girls across Colorado. These funds will help cover memberships and supplies for Girl Scout families who need financial assistance. Thank you for your help!

 

Vote for GSCO in First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants contest

Girl Scouts of Colorado has been approved to move to Round #2 (Voting) in First Western Trust’s #WealthIsAbout Grants Contest, giving us a chance to apply for a $7,000 grant! Now, we need your help!

You can vote for GSCO once each day until October 9, 2017. To participate, click here to view the voting page, or follow First Western Trust on Facebook to get updates on the contest.

As always, we appreciate your support and the work you do on behalf of girls across Colorado. These funds will help cover memberships and supplies for Girl Scout families who need financial assistance. Thank you for your help!

Voting begins in cookie contests

Thank you to everyone who entered our contests for “Best Cookie Video” and “Bling Your Booth.” We received dozens of entries and are so impressed by the creativity and enthusiasm of all of these cookie-bosses. Now, it is time to rally your friends and family to vote!

Best Cookie Video

All of the entries have been uploaded to our YouTube Channel and are part of the playlist: Best Cookie Video Contest 2015. If you like a video, simply click the “thumbs up” icon beneath it. The video that receives the most “thumbs up” by Wednesday, March 4 at 9 a.m. wins!

 Bling Your Booth

All of the entries have been uploaded to our Flickr page and are part of the album: #BlingYourBooth Challenge 2015. If you like a photo, simply click the star to the right beneath it. The photo that receives the most stars by Wednesday, March 4 at 9 a.m. wins!

 

The prizes for both contests are:

 First: $100 in cookie credits

Second: $50 in cookie credits

Third: $25 in cookie credits

If you have questions, please email Girl Scouts of Colorado Public Relations Director AnneMarie Harper.

 

Best Cookie video contest

Selling Girl Scout Cookies on Digital Cookie? If so, make sure you’re taking advantage of all the tools, which Digital Cookie gives you to be creative and customize your website, like uploading a video.

For years, we’ve seen just how creative you can be when making videos to promote the Girl Scout Cookies sale. Now, we want to reward those of you who come up with the best cookie video for your Digital Cookie website through a contest.

Girl Scouts 12-years-old and younger can have a parent help them make their video. Videos submitted by Girl Scouts 13-years-old and older must be girl-done.

To enter, submit a link to the Vimeo video you created for your personal site and a brief story about it through Share Your Stories on the Girl Scouts of Colorado website. This contest is for Girl Scouts of Colorado girl members only, and entries must be received by February 22, 2015.

All of the entries have been uploaded to our YouTube Channel and are part of the playlist: Best Cookie Video Contest 2015. If you like a video, simply click the “thumbs up” icon beneath it. The video that receives the most “thumbs up” by Wednesday, March 4 at 9 a.m. wins!

First Prize: $100 in cookie credits

Second Prize: $50 in cookie credits

Third Prize: $25 in cookie credits

If you have questions, please email Girl Scouts of Colorado Public Relations Director AnneMarie Harper.

 

 

Girl Scouts invited to participate in Crime Smart Kids Student Art Competition

Girl Scouts in Colorado are invited to participate in the 2012 FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Associations’ (FBINCAA) Annual Leadership Conference Student Art Competition for amateur artists. The competition promotes the goals and mission of the FBI and the FBINCAAA, including courage, sacrifice, responsible citizenship, justice, and being crime smart while recognizing talented young artists in the Denver Metro area.

The program partner for the Student Art Competition will be the Boys and Girls Club of Denver Metro, Girl Scouts of Colorado, and the Boy Scouts (Metro Denver). 

This local contest is being held in conjunction with the annual 2012 FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Associations’ (FBINCAA) Annual Leadership Conference.

The winning student will receive a $500 scholarship and an invitation to attend a VIP Reception during the conference for the official unveiling of their artwork. Second and third place winners will receive a $250 scholarship and invitation to a VIP Reception. All qualifying entries will be displayed at select events during the national conference.

Competition requirements with respect to general guidelines such as content, suitability, and framing are:

  • Only students in 8th to 12th grade who are active members of the Boys and Girls Club of Denver Metro, the Girl Scouts (Denver Metro) or the Boy Scouts – Denver Area Council may compete.
  • A student release form must be attached to the art work submitted (attached).
  • All artworks must be original and may not violate any U.S. copyright laws.
  • Students are encouraged to incorporate the mission of the FBI and the theme of this contest into their works of art.
  • All artwork must be two-dimensional.
  • For display purposes, all artwork must be framed. Artwork, including the frame, can be no larger that 30″ high x 30″ wide x 4″ deep.
  • Acceptable categories include: Paintings, Drawings, Collage, Prints, Mixed Media, Computer generated art, and Photography.
  • The deadline for submission is Sept. 1, 2012

Submit all artwork entries to:

FBICAAA- Denver Chapter
ATTN: Sue Smith
200 Fillmore Street, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80206

FBICAAA Art_Contest_Guidelines.doc
FBICAAA_Art_Contest_Flier.doc
CRIME_SMART_KIDS_Entry_Form.doc