University of Northern Colorado is celebrating National Girls and Women in Sports Day on Saturday, February 16, 2019! Join us for the FREE Girls Sports Clinic (ages 5-13 years old) at 12 p.m. at the UNC Campus Recreation Center (1300 23rd Street, Greeley, CO 80639)! Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m. and the first 100 girls will receive a free t-shirt! Pre-registered participants will also receive a FREE ticket to the Bears Women’s Basketball game at 2 p.m. vs. Idaho. Walk-ups and parents are eligible for discounted tickets!
**NEW this year, UNC Athletics has added multiple opportunities for select participants to be part of Bears game day by taking on various roles in sport (i.e. public address announcer, marketing assistant, cheer coach, and many more). This new opportunity focuses on the NGWSD theme, “Lean her forward,” which honors the channels available to both girls and women in sports and the endless potential to succeed.
To reserve your spot, register at uncbears.com/ngwsd. A representative from UNC will follow-up with you to confirm your registration.
Join staff at the Fort Morgan Museum for a morning of badge activities on Saturday, January 26, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. The museum specializes in telling the stories of Fort Morgan and Morgan County through permanent and temporary exhibits, educational programs, and photos, documents, and artifacts from yesterday and today.
Daisies will work on requirements toward their “Good Neighbor” badge.
Brownies will work on requirements toward their “Celebrating Community” badge.
Juniors will work on requirements toward their “Inside Government” badge.
This is not a drop off event. Adult to girl ratios for events must be met. Girls attending with a troop leader should bring a completed parent permission form for a Girl Scout activity that troop leaders will retain for their records.
Come join Troop 2235 and walk on the wild side for the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program! Meet the cookies, learn about this year’s program, do some fun activities, and get ready for a great cookie season.
The girls of Troop 70720 had a fun evening. They wanted to do a “Chopped”-style competition. There were three teams. Two teams cooked while the third team made a trophy for the winner of each course. Every girl got a chance to make two different items. It was fun seeing their creativity in the food and the trophy that they made.
Troop 1418 of Cheyenne, Wyoming assisted in laying wreaths on Saturday, December 15, 2018, alongside the Civil Air Patrol. Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to remember, honor, and teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,400 additional locations in all 50 states, at sea, and abroad.
Amy Jo Martinson lives in Fort Collins and helps with the troop in Cheyenne, Wyoming on the F.E. Warren Air Force Base. They are Girl Scout Daisies to Seniors.
Brownies and Juniors come join us for a traveling adventure camp Around the World in Two Days! The Ambassadors of Troop 78527 have planned lots of fun activities for you to explore different places around the world. Break away from the winter doldrums and enjoy three days and two nights camping in comfy heated cabins at Tomahawk Ranch Girl Scout Camp near Bailey.
This fun-filled camp will start the evening of Friday, January 25, 2019 and end after breakfast on Sunday,January 27. Our troop has traveled internationally to Belize and want to inspire your girls to go on an adventure where ever that may be so pack your bags and join us!
Price is $100 per girl and $55 per adult. Girls will get fun patch. Registration deadline is January 7, 2019.
Troops must meet safety-wise ratios. Adults over safety-wise ratios must pay girl rate.
Cadettes from Highlands Ranch – Lone Tree Troop 59 visited with Gold Star mother and Girl Scout alumna Victoria Nevins at Fort Logan National Cemetery during Wreaths Across America on December 15, 2018. The girls made her a white and gold wreath to pay their respects. Ms. Nevins’ son, Special Forces Staff Stg. Liam Nevins, recieved a purple heart for a wound he suffered in combat, but refused to return home. Instead, he stayed and was killed one month before he was to discharge from the military at age 32.
The Wreaths Across America Ceremony is a solemn experience that teaches youth about service to our country, helping others, courage, strength, and community. This year’s ceremony message was for veterans to share their stories with others. Our girls were honored to hear Staff Stg. Nevins’ story from his mom, in becoming more aware of the ultimate sacrifices for our freedoms.