Girl Scouts have a connection to Colorado’s State Rock


You may or may not remember the story, but back in 2004, a group of Girl Scout Juniors from Lakewood, who were working to earn their Girl Scout Bronze Award, helped designate Yule Marble as Colorado’s State Rock.

One of the most powerful lessons the girls learned is that you can make a difference, no matter your age. Now Girl Scout alumnae, these young women recently looked back on their journey in a video produced by the Colorado Channel of Open Media Foundation.

Listen to the video here.

How are Girl Scouts in your community making a difference?

Photo courtesy of Larry Scott’s Flickr Page

About Amanda Kalina, Director of Public Relations, Girl Scouts of Colorado

A lifelong Girl Scout who is proud to be helping the next generation become leaders of courage, confidence and character!
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