GLC SHOWSHOEING ADVENTURE IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
For the Greenway Leadership Corps event this month, GLC students traveled up to Rocky Mountain National Park for a full day of snowshoeing in the Bear Lake region. Before exploring the park and four frozen lakes on snowshoes, GLC had a chance to hear from a National Park Service Ranger about her career in natural resource management. Here are some photos from the day!
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Next GLC Event:
January 7 - GLC Volunteer Teaching Day at Joe Shoemaker Elementary School (4-8 pm). Joe Shoemaker Elementary School, located along the Cherry Creek in Aurora, CO, is named for the founder of The Greenway Foundation and is an experiential learning school that focuses on environmental education. Joe Shoemaker School's mission is to ensure that all children achieve academic and personal excellence, experience joy in learning, and use their individual and collective talents and passions to become citizen scholars who value themselves, others, and the environment. In January (exact date TBA), GLC students will visit Joe Shoemaker School to run some after-school activities for elementary students down at the Cherry Creek. The volunteer day will also include an environmental education training session and a chance for GLC students to get familiar & practice with the curriculum & lessons before teaching.