It’s time for Pajama Jam, our annual Girl Scout Night and Sleepover with the Denver Nuggets! Join us Saturday, March 4, 2017 to cheer on the Nuggets and they take on the Charlotte Hornets. Stay after the game and enjoy a post-game basketball shoot, a movie on Pepsi Vision, and a sleep over at the Pepsi Center. Midnight snack and breakfast will be provided.
All Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited. Both troops and families can participate in the sleepover as we have separate areas for troops and families. Not able to make the sleepover? Not a problem! Come enjoy the game and as many post-game activities as you can.
The Denver Nuggets are hosting their ticket referral contest again this year. Troops can share information about Pajama Jam and encourage others to enter their troop number during ticket purchase. The troop that has the most ticket referrals will have a chance to win one of these great prizes:
• A cookie booth at Pajama Jam, where they can sell cookies at the Pepsi Center after the game.
• Private sleeping area at Pajama Jam
• Participate in the Red, White, and Blue Crew
• Participation in a pregame High Five Fan Tunnel
• Select the movie played at the sleepover
Deadline for the ticket referral contest is February 27, 2017 at 10 a.m.
Join GSCO for Girl Scout Day with DU Gymnastics, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017! Come cheer on the Pioneers as they take on Illinois/Illinois State. Stay for a special post-game meet and greet with the team. The Pioneers have had a great season, so this should be a fun gymnastics meet!
Join GSCO for “Me & My Guy” Hockey with the DU Pioneers on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. All Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited. Cheer on the DU Pioneers as they take on the St. Cloud Huskies. DU has had a great season and is currently ranked #2 in Division 1 Hockey. This game is Senior Night, the final home game of the season, and will celebrate their great season and achievements of their Senior players.
Date: Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017 7 p.m.
Cost: $15/ticket + $2 online ticket fee
To purchase tickets, go to https://goo.gl/Rch9vQ and enter promo code GIRLSCOUTS17. Part of the ticket proceeds will be donated back to GSCO.
My name is Ellie, and I have always been shy. Girl Scouts taught me many things. However, it has mainly taught me to be confident. I am able to talk in front of crowds and sell cookies to strangers. I love being a Girl Scout.
Vivienne is a Daisy who hopes to sell more cookies than she did last year, over 200, and is helping her troop collect socks for the homeless. She is learning how to make stop motion videos from her older brother so she can find ways to share her creative ideas and hopes to be an artist someday.
This is my submission for the Best Cookie Video contest. I wrote the song myself. I hope to sell 275 boxes of cookies. I’m working to earn my Silver Award. My project helps babies born too early by giving them books for their parents to read to them in the NICU. I have personal experience because my brother was born too early and I read to him. I hope you like it!
Hello! I am Stella, and I am pleased to announce that I have just finished my Silver Award project! What I did for my Silver Award project is winterize the rabbit hutches at the Urban Farm at Stapleton. First, we assessed what needed to be done, then made the necessary purchases, which consisted of insulating foam and plexiglass. Then, we attached the foam to the sides of the cage with screws and a drill. Upon realizing that some sheets of plexiglass were either too large or too small, we returned them. We made a lot of returns! What I learned from this is: how to handle a drill safely, communicate effectively, and make plans.
The Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls, and Toys is proud to offer its 26th annual “the ‘little’ show” on Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Workshop sets tailored for obtaining badges are offered at this event.
Yarn Dolls, Jumping Jacks, and Finger Puppets
Balancing Toy, Japanese Paper People, and Clothespin Dolls
A La Carte:
Japanese Paper People or Jumping Jacks
Isabelle is crazy excited about her first year selling cookies! Even though she’s only 6, she went door-to-door the first day for four hours until she sold out. After a refill from the troop, she went out the next two days again until she was sold out once more. This time we had to wait until a shipment arrived on Friday. So, she was taking orders to deliver on Friday and making plans for selling all weekend. The best part is her attitude. She’s so sweet about it. Just skips right up, and with a big smile says, “Hi, I’m Isabelle. Would you like to buy some cookies?” And it’s super funny anytime the response is “I’m sorry, I don’t have any cash.” To which she replies, “That’s ok. We take credit cards.” lol Then, even if they say “No.” she just smiles and says, “Ok. Have a great day!” and skips away. It’s so precious.