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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TEEN COUNCIL

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The Steamboat Springs Teen Council is a collaboration between the City of Steamboat Springs and Grand Futures Prevention Coalition. Both agencies work together to mentor local teens and help them grow into active, contributing members of our community.

Our VISION is a community where teens have a voice.
Our MISSION is to demonstrate that teens are valuable assets and are caring members of the community who are committed to education, health/wellness, the environment and service. As a channel and resource for all teens, we strive to open lines of communication and provide common ground for teens and adults. 

MEET THE 2017-2018 TEEN COUNCIL

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UPCOMING TEEN COUNCIL EVENTS

PARENT'S NIGHT OUT


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If you would like to register for Parent's Night Out, please click on the link below. 

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2016-2017 ANNUAL REPORT:


Click HERE to view the 2016-2017 Steamboat Springs Teen Council Annual Report

2016-2017 PROJECTS:

FIVE (5) HIGH SCHOOL EVENTS
  • Dodgeball Tournament
  • Turkey Bowling
  • Volleyball Tournament
  • Nerf' or Nothin' Tournament
  • Too Fly To Get High

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COMMUNITY HOLIDAY SKATE PARTY
Members of the Teen Council joined the City of Steamboat Springs and the Howelsen Ice Arena to host a fun holiday skate party for the community. The Teen Council helped collect food donations and sold pizza and other concession items as a fundraiser. 

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VALENTINES DAY AT CASEY'S POND


Members of this year's Teen Council were looking for a way to give back to our community and came up with the idea of hand making and distributing valentines to our senior community at Casey's Pond. The valentines had sweet messages to brighten their day and were hand delivered by members of the Teen Council. 

LEAD THE CHANGE COLORADO CONFERENCE

Members were excited to venture outside of Steamboat Springs to attend a full day conference in Littleton, CO. The Lead the Change Colorado Conference was organized by Rise Above, CO. The conference included a spectacular key note speaker, a spy themed round table, and a creative lesson on how to use social media. Following the conference, Teen Council members enjoyed a night of team bonding and fun activities at Boondocks in Denver. 

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TEENS OF THE MONTH

Teen Council members nominated one peer each month who embodies the following values of Teen Council:

  • Demonstrates that teens are valuable community assets
  • Acts as a leader and/or positive role model among their peers
  • Committed to community services

The 2016-2017 Teen of the Month winners were: Charlie Harrington, Maura Glynn, Nicole Zedeck, Grant Janka, Shay Adamo, River Fox-Welch, Libby Lukens, and Sage Turek! Each winner was highlighted in the Steamboat Pilot/Today, as well as on social media, and received a $25 Chamber Bucks gift card. 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TEEN COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORTS:



CONTACT INFORMATION


If you have questions or would like more information about the Steamboat Springs Teen Council, please contact:

Stephanie Seiden - Recreation Specialist - Teen Programs
 | 970-871-7056