Girls Scouts of Colorado prepares for the 2013 trip to London, Paris and Lucerne


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Only one more year to go and Girl Scouts of Colorado will be taking girls and their leaders on a trip to remember. This past weekend I was fortunate to travel to Paris, France to prepare for our 10 day adventure with EF Tours in 2013. Along the way I learned many valuable lessons about leading these girls through the streets and metro of Paris. I cannot wait to share this trip with all those who sign up to go. It will truly be remarkable, and you will learn new languages, discover ancient and magnificent sites and artwork as well as exploring the culture and cuisine of three countries.

On this preparation tour we were able to visit the Louvre and look at thousands of famous art works, stroll the streets of Montmartre and shop in the Latin Quarter, taste magnificent pastries, practice some French, gaze at the famous Eiffel tower, visit the palace of Versailles which was home to Marie Antoinette, and make some new Girl Scouts friends.

This 10-11 day trip throughout Europe includes visits to TWO Girl Scouts World Centers: Pax Lodge and Our Chalet. You will be able to climb the Eiffel Tower, visit historical cathedrals, see Big Ben, the Louvre and so much more!

If you would like to join us or learn more about this trip, please visit www.eftours/enroll and enter this tour number: 1191500.

For any other questions please send an e-mail to Cortney.Healy@gscolorado.org.

*Every EF tour includes airfare, ground transportation, comfortable hotel accommodations, breakfast and dinner daily, a full-time tour director and local guides, and the most extensive safety and security regulations in the industry. EF also offers the lowest prices, guaranteed, as well as unparalleled support for Girl Scout leaders, girls, and their parents, making it easy, safe, and affordable for your girls to experience the very best historic, cultural and natural sights in the world.

About Cortney Healy

Cortney Healy is the Program Service Manager for the My World Initiative for the Girl Scouts of Colorado. She is responsible for the development of programs for girls, grades K-12, in the areas of advocacy, politics and global issues. Cortney is a regional volunteer for CARE International. She served two years in Peace Corps Morocco as a Small Business Development volunteer teaching rural Moroccan women how to start an artisanal business. As chair of Peace Corps’ Gender and Development Committee, she produced and directed a documentary about rural female community leaders that became part of a yearly female development camp sustained by Peace Corps and the Democratic Association of Moroccan Women volunteers. In addition to the documentary, she created an online lesson plan for the Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell World Wise School. Cortney entered the Peace Corps after graduating from the American University of Rome with a degree in Art History and Cultural Heritage Management and represented her school at the Harvard Model United Nations in 2008. She has a passion for international development, human rights, gender equality and photography.
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2 Responses to Girls Scouts of Colorado prepares for the 2013 trip to London, Paris and Lucerne

  1. Hello!
    We went on the same tour this July that you will be going on next year. Our tour group was mainly comprised of several of our Girl Scouts, leaders & parents from our council – Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas & Northwest Missouri. A good time was had by all that went. It was a trip of a lifetime & many cherished memories were made during those 10 days.

    Enjoy your journey!

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