Buffalo Ridge Gold Rush:
Staking Our Claim for the Future
The 2007 Buffalo Ridge Silent Auction is just a few short weeks away. On April 21, 2007, 300 lucky attendees will enjoy a memorable evening at the Sanctuary. Individuals and businesses still wishing to donate items to the silent auction may contact Colette Celecki at email@example.com or 303-688-6610. Traditional auction items such as sporting tickets, condominium usage, professional services and frequent flyer miles are welcome, as are smaller items including unused gift cards in any denomination. No items are too big or too small, so be creative! Check at the front desk for possible last minute tickets sales.
Fifth Grade Show – “Made in the U.S.A.”
This year’s fifth grade show, “Made in the U.S.A.,” will be held on Thursday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. As a courtesty to families, a professional video company will film the evening performance. Order forms will be sent home with fifth graders a few weeks before the performance. Checks should be made out to Ninja Boy Productions. DVDs cost $15 and VHS tapes cost $12. Parents interested in helping to decorate the stage area for the show may contact Nancy MacIntosh at 303-387-5575.
Dream Team Talent Show
The Dream Team Talent Show is planned for Tuesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. Applications were due in March and auditions will be held from April 9 through April 20. Admission is $3 per person or $10 per family.
Daisy Troop 881 Earns “Respect Authority” Petal
BRE Daisy Troop 881 earned their “Respect Authority” Petal on March 14. Public Educator from South Metro Fire Rescue, Amy Teddy, visited with the girls to discuss the importance of fire safety. Teddy discussed the importance of “Get Out and Stay Out” by practicing fire drills at home and identifying a safe meeting place. She also talked with the girls about fire safety, including staying away from matches, lighters and anything hot, such as stoves and irons.
In addition to fire safety, Teddy and Daisy troop leader Lara Lane discussed the importance of respecting authority figures, such as firefighters, police officers and doctors. The girls learned to call 911 in emergency situations but never for non-emergency reasons. “It’s okay to talk with firemen if you see them at the grocery store or at the park, but you should never call them to say hello. Calling only for emergencies ensures they will be available to assist those who are really in need,” said Teddy.
Congratulations to Troop 881 - Maggie, Courtney, Mara, Grace, Rachel, Molly, Avalon, Caroline, Amanda, Ciara, Kaitlin, Aubrey, Audrey, Saylor, Kyra and Ashley - for earning this very important petal!