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Reach Your Peak Workshop

The district is participating in the 2017 Colorado Girls Elevated Region ‘Reach Your Peak’ expo. 

The Aurora Sentinel describes the expo as:  Colorado’s top speakers, personalities and experts addressing the needs and issues of teenage girls will assemble for the dynamic and entertaining 2017 Colorado Girls Elevated ‘Reach Your Peak’ expo on April 23rd at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds Event Center, according to event planners and sponsors.

This annual regional event, presenting a wide variety of inspirational icons, workshops, materials, interactive activities and entertainment, is produced by The Aurora Sentinel, Mix100 Radio, and KMGH Denver 7.  The expo, free to all participants from all over the metro area and state, will offer unique speakers and opportunities addressing issues and goals for adolescent girls.

You are invited to be a part of the expo.  The district is asking for volunteers of student groups to put together interactive activities that will engage the girls.  This is a wonderful way to showcase your programs and students while encouraging the girls participating in the expo.  Those that I have talked to who participated last summer at the Arapahoe County Fair and in the fall Girls Expo shared what a great time they had and have already enthusiastically said yes to going in April.  I hope you will consider being a part of this worthwhile event.

 

Please contact Christy Everson, (x4435) for more information and signing up.  You can also click on the link below for more event details:

http://www.aurorasentinel.com/guide/2017-regional-colorado-girls-elevated-reach-peak-set-april-23/


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