The American Legion, Girl Scouts, military, first responders, and the public held a flag retirement ceremony on Saturday, September 8, 2018. There were buglers for taps, an honor guard gun salute, and each person in attendance was given a star off a flag and grommet. Girl Scouts could also take home a shell casing from the gun salutes.
As part of the Girl Scouts “Colorado Commitment to Caring” Troop 70413 collected more than 250 books for “Book Drive.” The girls have chosen several different organizations to donate to such as, “Reach Out and Read,” Mountain States Children’s Home, and “Friends of the Library.”
For their Silver Award Project, Troop 77911 is working with various community agencies to bring the ATTI traveling Vietnam Wall to Dacono, Colorado.
Please join Troop 77911 to be a part of several community events in the Carbon Valley area September 10 – 18, 2016. The public is welcome to attend.
Saturday, September 10, 2016
VFW Post 9741 Monthly Community Breakfast
8 – 11 a.m.
Prairie Greens Clubhouse
7781 Mountain View Drive, Frederick
Sons of The American Legion Squadron 1985 will host a Flag Retirement Ceremony beginning 6 p.m. at Town of Firestone Public Works Facility
7500 County Road 20
Sunday, September 11, 2016
This year marks the 15th anniversary since the attack on America, and each year the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District has joined 1st Responders across the country in the “Bells Across America” bell ringing ceremony to remember and honor those lives lost during the attack.
Immediately following the 9/11 Ceremony the Mile of Smiles Lineup will begin along the Frontage Road to greet the Honor Flight Motorcade. Bring your own flag. Line up starts at 8:15 a.m. on the West I-25 Frontage Rd. Meet at the fire station.
Be a part of Northern Colorado’s largest Honor Flight lineup. Join hundreds of supporters at the Mile of Smiles Lineup. Keep the tradition going!
Show your Pride | Show your Respect | Show your Honor
Following the Miles of Smiles join us at Furniture Row to pick up trash and help set up the flag field grid.
September 15 – 18, 2016
The Vietnam Traveling Wall will be on display!
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall will be on display at Furniture Row located on the East Frontage Road in Dacono. This 80-percent replica of the Vietnam Wall is 360 feet long and includes every name from the permanent wall in Washington, DC. Don’t miss this opportunity to Honor and Remember our Vietnam heroes.
Opening Ceremony is Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016 at 1 p.m.
Prayer by Military Chaplin
Speeches by Military Dignitaries
Active Military, Veterans, and 1st Responders
Seating will be available for elderly and disabled
Reading of the names on the Wall will begin at 2 p.m. opening day and will be read until 8 p.m. each night the Wall is on display. We still need volunteers to read. The Wall will remain on display until Sunday, September 18, 2016. Closing Ceremony will begin at 3 p.m.
If you would like to volunteer or would like more information please visit www.ColoradoRemembers.com or email email@example.com
Our troop is very lucky to have our Cookie Dad, Chris, at every booth. He makes sure all of the girls are safe and is our official photographer.
While we were selling at the Sportsman’s Warehouse in Loveland, there was a shoplifter. The guys at Sportman’s Warehouse were able to apprehend this criminal, right in front of our booth! Luckily, Cookie Dad was right there standing between the action and our booth. Our entire troop feels safer knowing Chris is there to protect us.
We also want to thank our honorary Cookie Dads at Sportsman’s Warehouse. We had quite a few booths at this location because these guys were so wonderful. They would come out periodically to check on us, give us advice on marketing and sales and they came out after this event to gives us an update and make sure all if the girls were safe.
For my troop’s Bronze Project we had a Safety Fair. In our Safety Fair we had first aid kits, emergency preparedness, C.P.R, and snacks. It was amazing, we even had Mountain View Fire Rescue help put this on. After that 110 girls know what is in a first aid kit, and they know that they can be prepared in an emergency situation.
Girl Scout Troop #70413 was awarded 2nd Best Float for their entry, “We’re not just cookies” in the Miner’s Day Parade in Frederick, CO. In addition to showing their cookie booth, the float featured a scene from camp and the Teddy Bear Project.
Thank you so much to our amazing cookie Dads. Jason Morehead built our award winning Blinged out booth. He was at every booth sale delivering the booth and setting up. He also gave up his garage to store this amazing booth. Chris Tone was also at every booth sale to help with booth setup. He even took a turn in the booth challenging the girls to sell more cookies than he could. From initial cookie pick up to the very end they have been there to help with everything. Thanks Jason and Chris!