troops on the move
1. Girl Scout
#30480 of the Cherokee Rose Service Unit in Savannah
wrote letters and sent a case of Girl Scout Cookies to a soldier serving
in Afghanistan. To show his appreciation, he sent the girls a flag that
was flown on his helicopter while on medical missions.
2. Girl Scout Troop #40193
from Avalon United Methodist Church in Albany made trash can holders for
Tift Park as part of their Junior Journey Project. The girls painted,
assembled and installed the holders to benefit the community.
3. After earning
their Healthy Eating badge, Girl Scout Brownie Troop #11919
of Braselton celebrated by touring a chocolatier. The girls learned
about different types of chocolate and which kinds are the healthiest.
They learned about Ivory Coast, the world's leading cocoa producer, and
they also created a snack necklace to wear.
4. Girl Scout Troop #30728 and Troop #30248
of the Marshes of Glynn Service Unit donated about eight cases of Girl
Scout Cookies and numerous hand-made thank you cards to the Wounded
Warriors Project. The Wounded Warriors' vision is to foster the
most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in
our nation's history. You can find out more about this organization
by visiting their website at www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
5. Girl Scouts
from the Wayne
County Service Unit in Jesup recently visited the Georgia
Aquarium in Atlanta. They saw many wonderful and exotic marine
animals and enjoyed a dolphin show.
6. Girl Scout Troop #20110
from downtown Augusta celebrated the end of their first year as a
troop with a party at the Build-A-Bear Workshop. Each girl made
her very own Girl Scout Thin Mint bear!
7. Girl Scout Troop #37003
from Garden City Elementary in Savannah took a tour of the WTOC
television station led by Brandi Cummings, the co-anchor of The News at
Daybreak. The girls learned about how the TV station operates,
watched the news at noon live and even made a short appearance on live
8. Girl Scouts
#50211 met Mayor Teresa Tomlinson when they led the
Pledge of Allegiance at the Columbus City Council Meeting on June 25,
9. Girl Scouts
from a traveling
troop in Augusta participated in an "I SPY"
event where the girls used clues to find monuments, historical sites and
other important places throughout downtown Augusta.
10. Girl Scout Troop
#30093 and Troop #30060 from Savannah visited the
Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. for
their end-of-year trip.
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