Office Staff Take on a Mountain Adventure for their Annual Retreat

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For the second year in a row, the Playworks Colorado office staff went to a colleague’s cabin in southern Colorado for an annual retreat. All office staff came together to celebrate accomplishments, reflect and learn from each other, and strategize on how to expand our impact while continuing on a path of financial sustainability. This two-day retreat allows us to bond in a special way. We enjoyed all the Colorado outdoors has to offermorning hikes, walks down the creek, and yards gamesand were able to get work done, driving toward a sustainable and impactful future.  We are lucky to have this opportunity and look forward to this retreat to continue. Check out all the fun captured in the photos below. (Photo Credit: Patsy Pesa)

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