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Summer camp

Starting Jan. 22, registration for summer camp programs gets under way on the Girl Scouts of Colorado website at girlscoutsofcolorado.org. It is truly open to all girls throughout Colorado who are over the age of 6. Girl Scouts of Colorado offers both day and overnight camping adventures throughout the state. Our two main overnight summer camp properties are Magic Sky Ranch near Red Feather Lakes in Northern Colorado and Tomahawk Ranch near Bailey, southwest of Denver. Some of the activities at our overnight camps include archery, backpacking, orienteering, photography and rock climbing. Our standard overnight camp runs 6-days, and we also offer two-week camps as well as mini three-day camps. The summer camp catalog is live on the Girl Scouts of Colorado website (girlscoutsofcolorado.org) so you can begin to review the 2014 offerings.

A new offering at Tomahawk Ranch gives girls the chance to experience life on the farm as they try their hands at farming, gardening and ranching at camp. Girls raise money to attend Girl Scout camp through cookie sales. However, the Girl Scout Cookie Program alone cannot fund the Girl Scout camp program. If you are able to support Girl Scouts of Colorado in any way with our camp programs, please contact Betsy Till at betsy.till@gscolorado.org. Everything from funds to volunteers help make our camping program a success! Flexible pathways for participation make it easy for girls and adult volunteers to get involved. Come learn more about how you can be part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience by visiting girlscoutsofcolorado.org, call 1-877-404-5708, or email inquiry@gscolorado.org.



Open Arms thank you



Open Arms Childcare and Preschool would like to send a huge thank you to all of the teachers, parents and especially the children who made this year’s Christmas Program a success! The songs and stories were enjoyed by all. For more information on our center, please call (970) 237-3229, visit our website at http://www.OpenArmsChildcareAndPreschool.com, or follow us on Facebook.

Community carol

sing in Summit Cove

A public Community Carol Sing will be held at The Pour House in Summit Cove on Monday Evening, Dec. 23, from 6-7:30 p.m. All are welcome, and the residents of Summit Cove are especially encouraged to make this a true non-denominational community Christmas event at this popular coffee shop. Mulled cider, cookies, and an opportunity to sing familiar carols with your neighbors will be provided by St. Dunstan’s Anglican Church.

Support the Girl Scouts

Join Girl Scout Troop #3829 on Sunday, Jan. 12, as we are hosting a cookie rally where girls will rotate through activity stations focused on the 5 Girl Scout fundamental skills – goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. In addition, you will be helping the girls earn their Cookie Activity Pin Award! Don’t miss this opportunity to support your local Girl Scout Troop! We will have someone on hand to register your girl in Girl Scouts and answer questions.

Where: 1321 Blue River Pkwy., Silverthorne (Elks Lodge, past Target on the Left)

When: Breakfast: 9 a.m. to noon

Cookie Rally: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Price: Breakfast Tickets and Rally

Tickets Sold Separately. Breakfast: $10 pre-purchased: $12 at the door. Kids 12&Under $5. Cookie Rally: $7 per Girl Scout Activity Fee – Girls will earn the Girl Scout Activity Pin Award, sample GS Cookies, and receive a free t-shirt if raly tickets are purchased by January 1st!

Free concert

There will be a Free Holiday Concert on Saturday, Dec. 21, at the Copper Mountain Chapel, 630 Copper Rd., from 4-5:30 p.m. No reservations necessary. For questions call (970) 513-7242, or e-mail Between2@aol.com.

Santa at A-Basin

Come celebrate Christmas a few days early with the A-Basin family. Santa is rumored to be making an appearance from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Dec. 21, in the base area and will be taking some turns with his elf and anyone who wants to join him!


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