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Girl Scout Troops arrive between 3-4pm on Friday for this Core Camp at Colvig Silver Camps in Durango. Dinner Friday through breakfast Monday are included. Troops bring their own s'mores. Activities include: Horseback Riding, Rock Climbing, lake play (paddling, the monkey swing), Archery, Team Challenges, Local history or animal lore, Crafts, Fire Circles, Hikes, Fort Building competition, SWAPS. Contact director haley.peel@gscolorado.org for questions.

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Location Details: Details will be given upon registering

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Want to go to camp and be a camper again? This program is open to all adult women: GSCO staff, former MMR camp staff, leaders, volunteers and their friends. Bring your favorite program resources and come and play! The peace and serenity of MMR's mountain wilderness await you.

What to Bring: What's included in the cost? Site fees & food. We will probably be cooking out most of the time in the units. Where will we stay? Meeker's Bluff & Larkspur units have been reserved for our group. What program is provided? Only what we bring ourselves! If you want to do crafts, bring enough to share. If you want to take a hike, put up a notice as to when you plan to leave. If you can offer special programs, like rope's course or archery, bring your certifications with you. If you want to lie in the grass in the meadow, fly a kite, paint a picture, sleep out under the stars, sing for hours - - - it's all there for your enjoyment! Can we come for only part of the time? Absolutely, just let us know how many days/meals and we'll price it out for you accordingly. (P.S. No dogs are allowed on the property, and there will be no horses available for riding.)

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Location Details: THE VERY INFORMAL CAMP DIRECTOR is Penny “Pan” Roberts. Send your check to P.O. Box 211, Estes Park, Co. 80517 along with your brief personal information, including e-mail, address, phone, etc. If you don't mind, please make the check out to me, trust me it'll be fine, as we have no bank account for this event. Questions: Call Penny at 970 586 1775 or 970 577 2027. E-mail is proberts@.larimer.org

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Be brave and courageous and may the odds be ever in your favor. Spend this week becoming skilled at archery. Practice your skills on our archery range and field course. Have a survival experience when you sleep out in tents and shelters you get to build for a few nights. There will be time for other camp activities too.
Open to girls entering 6th, 7th, 8th grade (fall 2014).
Six day traditional summer overnight resident camp.

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Be brave and courageous and may the odds be ever in your favor. Spend this week becoming skilled at archery. Practice your skills on our archery range and field course. Have a survival experience when you sleep out in tents and shelters you get to build for a few nights. There will be time for other camp activities during the day.
Open to girls entering 6th, 7th, 8th grade (fall 2014).
Six day traditional summer resident overnight camp.

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Every archer gets her start somewhere - get yours at camp! Learn and grow your skills on our traditional and field archery ranges. Build and fortify your fort and then take a shot sleeping in it overnight. Plenty of time for other camp activities too.
Open to girls entering the 4th and 5th grade (fall 2014).
Six day traditional summer resident overnight camp.

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Did you know that the Get Outdoors Colorado website just got even better? In addition to looking for your next outdoor adventure, you can now look for your next outdoor job all from the same site! The Get Outdoors Colorado website recently added an all-new Job Center to its website. You will see the new link from the site’s main page. If you are ready to take green play to green pay, instead of looking through website after website for jobs working in outdoor stewardship, natural resources and the environment, you now have a one-stop shop of all of those job opportunities at government agencies, non-profit organizations and private industries. Plus, get career planning advice and resources, a list of community colleges and four-year universities that offer degrees in outdoor-related fields, and links to more government agency job postings. Every day, the outdoor field is looking for new employees in jobs that range from community organizers, recreation planners, and environmental educators to camp counselors, biological science technicians, forestry aids, park maintenance, and GIS specialists. Make a living doing what you love every day! Start by going to: www.GetOutdoorsColorado.org/Job-Center.

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Camp Wapiyapi provides kids facing cancer a fun and “normal” camp experience, an experience they would not be able to get at a traditional residential camp. Campers say it’s the “best week of the year” as they escape from the hospital and doctor’s office to enjoy outdoor adventures, laughing, dancing, singing --- and simply being with others who understand. Our program is designed for children ages 6-17 years of age and we serve the patient and their siblings.

What to Bring: Volunteers will be notified what to bring after all requirements met and paperwork in.

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7400 State Highway 7, Estes Park, CO

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Colorado Youth Outdoors brings families together – outside. With programs that introduce parents and their kids to traditional outdoor experiences and activities that can be shared for a lifetime, we are building healthy relationships within families and with our natural resources. CYO activities are offered Wednesday evenings this spring. The majority of CYO activities take place outdoors at either Swift Ponds located northwest of Windsor or Fossil Ridge High School. The program fee $25 per person for the 12 week session. CYO provides all equipment and materials necessary.

What to Bring: Colorado Youth Outdoors provides all equipment and materials necessary.

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209 E. 4th Street, Loveland, CO
Location Details: Fossil Ridge High School 5400 Ziegler Rd. Fort Collins, CO 80528 Colorado Youth Outdoors at Swift Ponds 4927 E. County Rd. 36 Fort Collins, CO 80528

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Colorado Youth Outdoors brings families together – outside. With programs that introduce parents and their kids to traditional outdoor experiences and activities that can be shared for a lifetime, we are building healthy relationships within families and with our natural resources. CYO activities are offered Wednesday evenings this spring. The majority of CYO activities take place outdoors at either Swift Ponds located northwest of Windsor or Fossil Ridge High School. The program fee $25 per person for the 12 week session. CYO provides all equipment and materials necessary.

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209 E. 4th Street, Loveland, CO
Location Details: Swift Ponds

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