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Helping pets earns Silver Award

Submitted by Jessie Asay Denver Metro I love animals and I decided to do my Silver Project on Pet Adoptions and Pet Care. Thousands of animals are euthanized every year because they don’t find a forever home. They get lost, … Continue reading

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If you give a Girl Scout an apple …

Submitted by Jordan Arnell Girl Scout Ambassador If you give a Girl Scout an apple … she will make 14 gallons of applesauce, 9 apple pies and 10 apple crisp kits. Troop 1364 boiled, baked, assembled and delivered all these … Continue reading

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Want to learn more about Girl Scouts? Join us in Lakewood or Arvada

Girl Scouting is about belonging to a big sisterhood. It’s about leadership, family involvement, skill-building, celebrating traditions, and taking action to make the world a better place. Girl Scouting is girl-led, and we learn by doing. Come learn more about … Continue reading

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Cadette, Senior and Ambassadors troops needed to Adopt-a-Troop

We are looking for troops to provide at least 6 Girl Scout Troop meetings to elementary girls in need. This month’s featured school: Cheltenham Elementary* (1580 Julian Street, Denver, CO 80204) Cheltenham Elementary has a 98% Free and Reduced Lunch … Continue reading

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Cadette Girl Scouts win 2nd in Black Forest Festival parade float

Submitted by Kim Bell Falcon Cadette Troop 3080 and 1229 participated in the Black Forest Festival and Parade on Aug 16. It was called “It’s not only about selling cookies, it’s about friendships, leadership and adventures.” We turned our flatbed … Continue reading

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Girl Scouts represent at Ice Cream Social

Submitted by Suzie Shride Federal Heights Troops 2520 and 2502 hosted an information table at the Federal Heights Ice Cream Social at Carstens Park. They shared the fun things Girl Scouts do, handed out cookies, stickers and pencils and showed … Continue reading

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Can a girl build a robot? Yes, she can.

Submitted by Linda Baker FIRST Lego League (FLL) is a fun and educational program geared towards 4th through 8th grade students. Girls get to build robots and learn about technology, while working on teams to research and investigate innovative solutions … Continue reading

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Cadette Girl Scouts take you on a Tomahawk tour

Cadette Troop 2186 shows you around Tomahawk Ranch in an informational video describing the beloved Girl Scout camp. Thanks girls! Check it out below.

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More magical possiblities next summer at Magic Sky

You asked for more services for troop camping at Magic Sky Ranch next summer, and Girl Scouts of Colorado is delivering by deciding to keep the Activity Center and Dining Hall open and offering catering for troops and groups. With … Continue reading

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Cadette’s Media Journey inspires her to continue Girl Scouting

Submitted by Syvannah Cadette Troop 3940, Western Slope I started Girl Scouts as a Junior.  I was lucky enough to join a very active troop. Our troop leader is very open-minded, supportive, and always open to letting us try most things. I … Continue reading

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