We had a great Girl Scout Day with the Colorado Avalanche on Jan. 14, 2017! 135 Girl Scouts, friends, and family joined us for a pre-game rally and to cheer on the Avalanche as they took on the Nashville Predators. Girl Scouts traveled from the Pike’s Peak, Northern Colorado, and Denver-metro regions to join in the fun.
Girl Scouts got ready for the cookie sale by making banners, Hometown Heroes cookie box wraps, business cards, and a fun owl SWAP to celebrate the 2017 sale mascot. All participants also received a cool Avalanche, GSCO co-branded hat, complements of the Avalanche.
A BIG THANK YOU to Holly Millet, Laura Tobin, SarahBeth Lundine, and Korina Padilla for all their help at the event! Thanks to their expert help, the event went smoothly and everyone seemed to have fun! Also, a big THANK YOU to the Colorado Avalanche and Pepsi Center staff for hosting a great day for our Girl Scouts, friends, and family!
We’re looking forward to a couple of great events with CU Basketball! All GSCO staff, Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited.
· Feb. 12 – CU Men’s Basketball and Ralphie’s Green Stampede, Boulder. Cheer on the Buffs as they take on the Washington State Cougars. Tip-off is 6:30 p.m. Come early and learn about recycling with Ralphie’s Green Stampede. Cost: $15/person. Tickets can be purchased at www.cubuffs.com/promo. Enter the code 2017GIRLSCOUTS.
· Feb. 19 – CU Women’s Basketball – National Girls’ and Women’s’ Day in Sport Pre-Game Badge Workshop, Boulder. Come cheer on the Buffs as they take on the Oregon Ducks. Girl Scouts can come early for a sports skills clinic hosted by multiple CU Women’s sports teams and can fulfill requirements towards their Athlete badges. Cost: 12 and under – free. 12 and older – $10/person. Tickets can be purchased at the door and can also be purchased in advanced by contacting Cassy McCulley at 303-492-4467 or Cassandra.McCulley@colorado.edu. Age Limit for Badge Workshop: Please note due to NCAA recruiting requirements pre-game badge activities are limited to girls in 8th grade or younger.