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Girl Scouts celebrate Day of the Dead

Girl Scouts in Colorado Springs and Denver celebrated Day of the Dead at events on Nov. 2nd and Nov. 4th.

The Colorado Springs event was attended by 140 and was the first event put on by the Girl Planning Group (GPS).

For the second year in a row Denver Girl Scouts partnered with Regis University for a Day of the Dead event held on the Regis campus with 100+ attending.

Both events featured traditional Day of the Dead activities, such as face painting. The events also recognized the life and legacy of Girl Scouts’ founder, Juliette Gordon Low, and helped participants learn more about the significance of the Day of the Dead, or celebrating the lives of family and friends who have passed away.



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