Tag Archives: Steamboat Springs

Guest author helps Junior Troop earn “Scribe” badge

Submitted by Jennifer Shea

Steamboat Springs

Mountain Communities

Steamboat Springs-based author Sue Leonard shared a fantastic program with Junior Troop 52622 regarding the experience of an author and the creative process in conjunction with their Scribe badge. Ms. Leonard shared excepts from her fantastic book and the girls were enthralled with the characters and her personal history shared!

In addition to showcasing ‘a writers desk’ and her personal writing process, the girls were able to ask questions regarding her inspirations and challenges. The girls were also given a very special treat when Ms. Leonard gave them each a very special and meaningful paper flower, as referenced in the book excerpt shared with the girls. Additional details including the insightful questions asked by the girls can be found on the writer’s blog.

The girls had a wonderful time and Ms. Leonard was a fantastic and engaging presenter!

This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.

Cadette Troop entertains extended care residents

Submitted by Rhonda Graham

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS

Mountain Communities

Steamboat Springs Cadette Troop 4178 had several members visit the residents of the Casey’s Pond Assisted Living Center and the Doak Walker Extended Care Center on Monday, May 11. The girls visited with the residents and serenaded them with song and music. They also entertained the residents with instruments including the piano, flute and saxophone. Both girls and residents enjoyed their time together!

This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.

Steamboat Springs World Thinking Day 2015 a great success

 

Submitted by Rhonda Graham

Steamboat Springs

Mountain Communities

Girl Scout Cadette Troop 13558 from Steamboat Springs hosted a 2015 World Thinking Day event on Saturday, April 4.

About 60 Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies and Juniors participated in an afternoon celebrating “making peace through partnerships” as they enjoyed working on team-building games, making friendship bracelets and acrostic peace poems, eating snacks from the Middle East, experiencing a peace play, collecting money for UNICEF, and learning a fabulous dance to celebrate world peace. A fabulous time was had by all, and all girls were directed to “take action” by spreading the theme of world peace through one friendship at a time!

This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.

Save the Date: Cocktails & Cookie Creations

Join fellow Girl Scouts, supporters, and community leaders for Cocktails & Cookie Creations! These adult tasting events feature savory appetizers made with Girl Scout Cookies, wine, specialty cocktails, a silent auction, and more. Cocktails & Cookie Creations in Grand Junction is Friday, April 17, 2015.  The event in Steamboat Springs is planned for Thursday, May 28, 2015. Tickets for both nights are on sale now and sponsorships are still available.

Here’s a taste of what you can expect at Cocktails & Cookie Creations in Grand Junction:

The Local: Samoa encased in chorizo-made into a slider with chipotle aioli

Spoons: Pico de gallo corn fritter with Tagalong mole braised beef

Citrolas: Rah-Rah Raisin salmon risotto with cookie crumble balsamic reduction

Bin 707 Foodbar: Do-si-do crusted pork belly sliced on barley risotto with rhubarb gastrique

Community Hospital: Panko shortbread Ahi tuna on a honey coconut rice cake with wasabi siracha aioli

No Coast Sushi: Braised beef with Thin Mint curry, Thin Mint tabbouleh and Thin Mint Naan bread

Here are the recipes from Cocktails & Cookie Creations in Steamboat Springs last year:

Asian Braised Pork Belly with Dos-i-dos

Mole Pork Tenderloin with Tagalongs

Samoa Badge of Courage

Good news! Greg Smith and Kate Rench are returning this year and we can’t wait to taste the new dishes they’ve created.

For more information on Cocktails & Cookie Creations in Steamboat Springs, email Carol Griffin.

For more information on the event in Grand Junction, email Cindi Graves.

 

 

 

Planting a forest

 

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Submitted by Amy Ibarraa
Steamboat Springs

Cadette Girl Scout Troop 11482 in Steamboat Springs and some Daisies and Brownies volunteered on Sunday, June 9, to plant trees as part of ReTree Steamboat. The trees were planted at Steamboat Ski Area where large sections of trees were devastated by the pine beetle epidemic. The efforts made by these volunteers will benefit generations in the future!

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Cocktails & Cookie Creations raises funds for Routt County Girl Scouts

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Our May 30, 2013, Cocktails & Cookie Creations event at Catamount Ranch & Club in Steamboat Springs was a huge success! More than 80 people attended this inaugural event and helped raise more than $8,500, which will be used to provide Girl Scout programming in the area and to send Routt County Girl Scouts to Keystone Science camp.

Girl Scouts of Colorado thanks all event sponsors and chefs, Catamount staff and the many Routt County volunteers who made this possible. The chefs/restaurants involved included:

  • Catamount Ranch & Club, Golf Course, Chef Ben Hunt prepared Chicken Satay with Spicy Do-si-Dos Sauce
  • Catamount Ranch & Club, Lake House, Chef Dan Hoffman prepared Lamb Chop Thin Mint Mole
  • Creekside Café, Chef Joe prepared Ancho Tenderloin Crostini (Trefoils)
  • Moving Mountains, Chef Heather Craigen prepared Lemon & Almond Crusted Shrimp with Cilantro Pesto (Savannah Smiles)
  • Vista Verde Ranch, Chef Chol McGlynn prepared Shrimp Mole with Pineapple Salsa (Tagalongs)
  • Steamboat Grand, Chef Midnight Wahya prepared Samoa Crab Cakes

Lead sponsors for the event included Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation and Steamboat Motors. Beverage sponsors were South Side Liquors and Breckenridge Brewery.

In addition to fabulous creations made with Girl Scout Cookies, the evening included games, a silent auction and live entertainment by Todd Musselman. We are already looking forward to the 2nd annual event in Spring 2014.

Posted by Amanda Kalina, PR Director, Girl Scouts of Colorado, with assistance from Carol Griffin, Donor Services Manager, Girl Scouts of Colorado

Steamboat girls decorate tree skirt to go to Washington, D.C.

Submitted by Sara Barry

Steamboat Springs

Teagan, Veronika, Eliza, Ella, Emily and Claire from Brownie Troop 14595 in Steamboat Springs had a great time decorating the tree skirt to be used on one of the 70 Christmas trees headed to Washington, D.C.

This story was submitted via the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.