Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 3103 at Binford Elementary have been finishing up their Bronze Award Project by planting a tree at school and coordinating with the Urban Forestry Department at the City of Bloomington and celebrating Bloomington’s Bicentennial! They have done amazing work from developing the idea, to raising money to purchase the tree, and helping with planting. They have even designed and made a plaque to commemorate the Bicentennial Tree. We are certainly proud of their work!
We encourage troops to send their photos and videos to share all the amazing activities going on with our members. We would love to highlight your program participation, community service and other activities on social media, in council news and other publications.
All submissions should be sent to the brand department. Please remember all girls involved in submissions must have parental consent. While some pictures speak for themselves, feel free to share additional information about the activity or project, troop number and location.
Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 1407, from Smoky Row Elementary completed their Bronze Award project by collecting donations, sorting and distributing household items, personal care items and clothes for the Immigration Welcome Center of Indianapolis. The girls also made and distributed flowers to celebrate Mother's Day.
Troop 1423 proudly shares how they used some of their cookie proceeds. Marlene Hunley, troop leader says the girls recently donated to support the new nature center at Camp Sycamore Valley. They also donated money to help pay off the school's unpaid lunch debt. In addition, the girls donated cookies to the Klondike Elementary BackPack Program that send food home for the weekends to help families at risk for hunger. Sweet!