Connect with Denver Alums - Nancy Henning
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.
SAVE THE DATE FOR WOMEN’S WEEK/60 th ANNIVERSARY REUNION, MEADOW MOUNTAIN RANCH, ALLENSPARK.
In the true spirit of optimism, the energetic organizing committee is hard at work preparing for MMR’s Women’s Week and 60th Anniversary Reunion combined event – July 22 to 26, 2021. This even includes four nights, all-day reunion activities on Saturday, an over-the-top banquet will be held on Saturday evening, along with an awards ceremony, campfire and other activities. Women’s week allows ladies ages 18 and older to come to camp and play, make friends, sing and sing and sing together, hike, make crafts, cook outside, and generally enjoy the ambiance and company of old and new friends.
The reunion event will feature camp tours, crafts, “Trading Post” items for purchase, immersion in the history of MMR for the past 60 years, and of course, singing and singing and singing. Full-time or part-time registrations are offered, and an on-line registration form will be available shortly. Contact director, Penny Roberts, at 970-586-1775 or at email@example.com for questions or more general information.
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In 2016, Edna "Skipper" Hollis passed away at the age of 104, leaving a 94-year history of Girl Scouting as a girl and an adult volunteer. As one of Colorado's most beloved alums, Skipper touched the lives of hundreds of Girl Scouts 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.
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