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Troop needed for flag ceremony

Girl Scouts of the USA’s CEO conference is coming to Denver in November 2018 and Girl Scouts of Colorado needs a troop to perform a flag ceremony! At least four Girl Scouts are needed, and we can easily accommodate a larger group. The troop should be experienced in performing a flag ceremony and comfortable leading the Girl Scout Promise and Law and Pledge of Allegiance in front of a large audience. The flag ceremony will be on Thursday, November 15 between 8 and 8:30 a.m. We understand this is a school day and that may be a problem for some girls and their families. However, this is a wonderful opportunity for girls to strut their stuff in front of every Girl Scout council CEO and board president from across the country.

Interested? Email community partnerships manager Aimee Artzer at aimee.artzer@gscolorado.org.

Square dance review Flag Ceremony


Submitted by Laura Hobden

Pueblo & Southeastern CO


Around Lamar, square dancing is a big thing. The square dance year is culminated in a three-night review where the dancers show off what they have learned. Each year the scouting groups take turns performing the Flag Ceremony for each night. It is great to see the girls who dance join their Girl Scout sisters in the presentation of the flag. The girls did an amazing job this year and represented Girl Scouts well!

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