Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout.
Since 1912, women everywhere have been positively influenced, even
transformed, by their Girl Scout experience. Today, the group of Girl
Scout alumnae is 59 million strong, and growing every day. These women
are forever connected by their experiences, values, and love of Girl Scouting.
As one of these 59 million alumnae, you personally remember how
transforming Girl Scout programs are in a girl’s life. Remember, as a
Girl Scout, making your community a better place? Girl Scouts today
are following in your footsteps, continuing to make the world better
for all of us.
Girl Scouts of Colorado is proud to celebrate the legacy of one of
our most cherished alumnae, Edna “Skipper” Hollis. In 2016, Skipper
passed away at the age of 104, leaving a 94-year history of Girl
Scouting as a girl and an adult volunteer. Skipper touched the lives
of hundreds of girls, families, and volunteers and will be remembered
for her love of the outdoors and the annual troop gathering she hosted
at her Colorado cabin for more than six decades.
To make a gift in honor of Skipper, which will support opportunity
grants to ensure any girl is able to attend camp, or to honor an alum
who has made a difference in your life,
Connect with fellow Girl Scout alums by attending one of our many
events throughout the state, help plan an event, and get the latest
Girl Scout news in our quarterly e-newsletter.
Contact our Alumnae Committee based in Denver - Nancy Henning, Chair
Contact Promise Partners in North/Northeastern Colorado - Linda Robinson.
Contact our Alumnae Committee based in Colorado Springs - Betha Koch.
Help start an Alumnae Committee in Grand Junction.
Sign up for Girl Scouts of Colorado’s quarterly Alumnae e-newsletter.
Check out our Events List for upcoming Alumnae Events.
Visit our blog to view past alumnae events, learn about
fellow alums, and share your own
story of Girl Scouting!
Are you a Highest Awards alumna living in
Colorado? Let us know!
Questions or ideas? Contact Heidi Books.