Troop 52843 recently completed the “Designing, Programming, and Showcasing Robotics” badges at the Brownie and Junior levels. The girls learned about biomimicry while building a simple robotic arm and then designed a robot that can assist others or animals. The girls presented to their parents and each other during their April meeting. Way to go girls!
On April 11, 2017 Troop 52843 delivered a gift basket of Girl Scout Cookies to Adaptive Action Sports at Copper Mountain. The girls met Amy Purdy, her husband, and the staff who all shared some incredible stories about their organization, how they lost their leg(s), and the struggles each has overcome.
Town of Frisco Community Service Officer Kyle visited our Daisy troop meeting and helped us learn about “respecting authority.” We did an activity on good and bad manners while we had snack. The girls shared examples of authority figures at home, school, and in our community. Then, Officer Kyle talked about the importance of rules and safety in our community.
Four girls and 12 adults kicked off Gold Awards in the Mountain Communities on Saturday, Jan. 18 in Frisco. Our candidates, representing Grand and Summit counties, are excited to get started with their mentors! Group photo, girls left to right in first row: Karmen, Katie, Taylor, and Brooke. Mentors representing Routt, Eagle and Summit counties, left to right: Carey Hofner, Sarah Braucht, Nancy Mucklow and Katie Hess, missing from photo Maggie Murray. Thanks to Victoria Lanthrop and Jo Ann Lanthrop for providing training to the girls; and Leslee Randolph for providing training to the adults and mentors!