Skate City + Girl Scout Way badge = fun night
Submitted by Kathy Kettler
The Woods SU is hosting a Girl Scout Skate Party celebrating Juliette Low’s Birthday on Monday, October 24, 2016 6 – 8 p.m. at the Westminster Skate City located at 200 W. 121st Avenue, Westminster. Wear pink and celebrate breast cancer prevention month and Juliette Low’s birthday. Brownie through Ambassador Girl Scouts can earn their Girl Scout Way badge. The girls will need to get their passports signed and turned into their leaders so that you know if they completed the stations (leaders will need to purchase GS Way badges for their girls). Admission is $5. Skate rental is $2.50
We are asking troops to donate to Children’s Hospital to celebrate Juliette Low’s Birthday by donating items off of the Children’s Hospital North Campus wish list.
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL COLORADO AND NETWORK OF CARE WISH LISTS
Thank you for your interest in donating toys and other needed items to Children’s Hospital Colorado! As a result of our community’s generosity, we are able to help make the holiday season, birthdays, and other special events memorable for our patients and families.
Reminders To better assist you with decisions regarding donations, please keep in mind:
Due to infection control guidelines for all of our patients, we cannot accept used or gently loved items. Items need to be in their original packaging.
We cannot accept toys that depict violence, i.e. guns, swords. Newborns, infants/toddlers, and adolescents are the age groups in greatest need.
We also cannot accept the following items: food products, potted plants, and latex balloons.
Children’s Hospital Colorado North Campus Wish List
Most Needed Items – all items need to be new and in original packaging
Clothing (pants & shirts, newborn – school age)-highly needed
Play dough – highly needed
Medical play kits
Sensory toys (tactile, vibrating, etc.)
Light-Up & Musical Toys
Extra Little People and animals
Blocks and building sets
Matchbox cars & trucks
iTunes gift cards
Walmart & Target gift cards
This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.