Save the date for this year’s Girl Scout Pajama Jam with the Denver Nuggets on February 23, 2018! Join us for this annual game and sleepover at the Pepsi Center and cheer on the Nuggets as they take on the San Antonio Spurs. After the game, participants will enjoy a post-game shoot on the Nuggets court, midnight snack, movie screening on Pepsi Vision, and breakfast. Girl Scouts will also get a special event patch.
This year, the Nuggets has expanded their prizes to include TWO cookie booths, giving another troop an additional chance to sell cookies after the game at the Pepsi Center. The top three troops that refer the most participants can choose from these booths or additional fan experiences.
Prices and more information are coming soon. To be notified when registration opens, please contact Lori Thompson at email@example.com to be added to the event information list. We hope to see you and your Girl Scout there!
Earn your Intellectual Property patch and a step towards your Product Designer badge on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017! The Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) Education Foundation and IPO Women in IP Committee invite Girl Scouts to join us for a morning of fun and creativity as you earn your Intellectual Property (IP) patch and a step towards your Product Designer Badge.
Through a series of hands-on activities and presentations, Girl Scout Juniors will explore the many ways in which inventors solve problems and use IP to protect their ideas and creations. Girls will also visit with volunteers from local law firms and corporations to learn how their organizations use IP to support innovation. Last year, Girl Scouts got to try inventions and visit with teams from 10 organizations that shared a variety of inventions.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 9 a.m. – noon at the United States Patent and Trademark Office Rocky Mountain Regional Office in downtown Denver. This event is open to only Juniors and is free thanks to the Intellectual Owners Education Foundation. Space is limited and this event could fill quickly.
Troop 73392 is eagerly anticipating the Fourth Annual Girl Scout Holiday Bazaar in Longmont on December 2, 2017. In addition to baked good items and beautiful handmade gift bags, the girls have been working to create Girl Scout Cookie jewelry.
The holiday bazaar in Longmont started four years ago with a total of six booths. The ensuing years have seen this unique event grow to almost 20 booths with troops or individual Girl Scouts from the Front Range selling a variety of hand-crafted items from jewelry to pet treats and everything in between. This event allows girls to showcase both their artistic and entrepreneurial talents while working towards individual and troop goals.
Saturday, November 11, 2017, Kappa Delta Sorority invites you and your Girl Scouts to join our last workshop of the fall semester from noon -3 p.m.
Kappa Delta Sorority created International Girls Day (IDG) as both an initiative and national holiday. With the theme “She Can Do Anything,” it’s a day to build confidence in girls and help them realize their potential (more information about IGD can be found at http://www.kappadelta.org/initiatives/international-girls-day/).
Our International Girls Day celebration will be held at our chapter facility (412 W. Laurel Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521). At this workshop, we will host several confidence-building activities. Girl Scouts will also have the opportunity to work with Kappa Deltas on writing their own stories based off the children’s book “When I Was A Girl… I Dreamed” by Margaret Baker. We will also provide tea, lemonade, and sandwiches for Girl Scouts, troop leaders, and guardians in attendance!
Hey Junior Leaders,
Are your girls interested in earning the aMUSE Journey? Would they like to go camping? Come join Senior Troop 78527 at “aMUSE! Journey” camp! This camp is a two-day, one-night event at Tomahawk Ranch on Sunday, January 14 to Monday, January 15, 2018. We have lots of fun ideas for your girls to learn about all the roles women and girls can have and how to bash down stereotypes that might get in the way. Girls will complete the aMUSE Journey, enjoy fun camping activities, and get a camping patch. Tomahawk Ranch is a great place to get rid of the winter blahs…it is easy to get to and has heated cabins! This camp is $65 per girl and $40 for adults. You can find flyer and registration information on the GSCO events list (link below). If you have any questions please contact Maria Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope you can join us!
G.I.R.L.s of Troop 78527
G-go getter-goal to travel to Belize
I-innovator-girl inspired ideas for journey
R-risk taker-going to learn to scuba dive
L-leader-camp led by us!
Join us for Girl Scout Day with Air Force Volleyball on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017! All Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited. Cheer on the Falcons as they take on San Diego State. The match starts at 1 p.m. in the Cadet East Gym at the Air Force Academy and doors will open at 11:30 a.m.
Cost is $5/person and includes pizza, drinks, pre-match tunnel, and post-match autographs for Girl Scouts. Tickets can be reserved at http://goo.gl/ApyAgz. Payment will be collected at the match (cash preferred). Girl Scouts can invite a friend to this event to learn more about Girl Scouts and the fun activities we do.
This summer, the fourth year of Women’s Week at Meadow Mountain Ranch brought together new and returning friends from nine different states to the Colorado high country. Women’s Week is open to any women/ladies/girls who are at least 18 years of age, who may or may not be Girl Scouts presently, or who may or may not ever have attended camp at any time anywhere. In other words, come one, come all – – – the more the merrier!
The best part about Women’s Week (WW for short) is that the sky is truly the limit! There is no preplanned program or schedule, except as determined by the menus and meals. More about food a little later! If you would like to do a particular thing, just make a request and we’ll try to see that it happens. If you would like to offer a special activity or program, just hang up a sign saying where and when it will happen, and bring with you the tools or materials to share with others.
There is plenty of time in our three-night/four-day event to rest and relax, explore, visit, sing, laugh, cook, sleep, read, hike, etc. Do you like to get up early in the morning? Coffee is always on its way before breakfast and a few of us enjoy the still morning solitude to listen to the birds, feel the breeze, and watch the sun come up over the hills. Like to stay up late? Campfires are always on the agenda, so we can give you “a place where people gather to make friends of all kinds,” and then we can help you “sing your way home at the close of the day.”
Women’s Week usually begins with a Big Circle Tour of MMR, which will take you to see most of what’s on the property for your further exploration. Up to the east past the C.I.T. house under restoration at this time, maybe up as far as Vista Spur to see the panorama of peaks that tower over us, back across by “The Shelf,” out to the Back Meadow, and around through the fire break along the back trail and over to Pinecrest where the Memorial Unit Shelter is under construction. The new steel buildings are going to be built by the agency from https://greatwesternbuildings.com/Steel_buildings/aviation, give them a visit if you need their services.
Cooking is a big part of Women’s Week, and the patrol assigned to be chefs will have guidance from Susan Baker and her growing-up girls to offer a delicious variety of cuisine, carefully planned to allow for dietary needs as well as experimentation. We’ve done bean-hole cooking, stick cooking, reflector oven baking, and dutch oven offerings. We’ve cooked on charcoal, open fires, or propane stoves, depending on the preference of the cooks or the (hopefully not!) fire restrictions. We once made rhubarb jam in the main camp kitchen to share with everyone. No, Women’s Week food is not always like regular camp food, as we’ve included a chili cook-off, stir fry to die for, fresh fruits and veggies prepared many different ways, and special surprises along the way. Ever made a “Fluffernutter?” or a “Darn Good/Dough Boy”? Do you have special culinary requests you’d like to see us try?
So, here are some highlights from summer 2017 at Women’s Week: A climb up Meadow Mountain. Crafts of bark painting, Morse-Code beading, monkey fists, tile mosaics. Yang or Taijiguan style of Tai-Chi in the mornings to relax the body and soul. “Tajer Tales” and “The Thirteen Clocks.” Sunrise hike to Vista Spur. Self-guided Nature Trail. A bog explore to see “the tufas” in the lower meadow. Service projects to help with fire mitigation and stripping logs for the new unit shelter at Pinecrest.
Summer of 2018 will feature a special dedication ceremony for the new Pinecrest Memorial Unit Shelter. Completion of this project will allow for more complete use of this larger more remote unit on the southern boundary of the camp. Contact Penny Roberts if you’d like to be involved in creating a memorial to special people who helped bring you personally through Girl Scouting to be the woman you are today.
So, dates are set for the fifth Women’s Week for the summer of 2018. MARK YOUR CALENDAR, SAVE THE DATES, OR REGISTER RIGHT NOW! Monday, July 23 (first meal is lunch) through Thursday, July 26 (last meal is champagne brunch).Cost is $180 for the entire event or $60 for any daily increments including three meals. Contact the very informal camp director, Penny “Pan” Roberts, PO Box 211, Estes Park, Co. 80517, email@example.com by phone at (970) 586 1775.
It’s great when moms and daughters and granddaughters come, or when MMR camp staff alums make connections with previous campers from decades ago, or when friends who never got to go to camp ever can join this wonderful experience. It’s great when we take time out, get away, unwind, unplug, or just generally recreate ourselves. We take good care of each other and come away with peace and satisfaction that comes from just being outdoors. At camp, where life is more real. Hope to see you then.
Giving thank you cards is a way to show people that they are remembered and appreciated. Girl Scouts of Colorado sends Brownie-made cards to community friends and donors to thank them for their generous support.
•Make colorful cards! Decorate with fun materials, glitter,stickers, etc!
•Say “Thank you!”
•Mark the back of each card with Scout’s name, grade and troop number (no last names, please)
•Each card should be no larger than 5” x 8”. No envelopes necessary.
•Send cards to 3801 E. Florida Suite 720 Denver, CO 80210 or drop off at your local office.
There has been so much new content released for Girl Scouts this year that it can be a little overwhelming, but Cadette Troop 62064 has got your back! Your Brownies will dive into computer programming as we lead them through the brand new “Think Like A Programmer” Journey.