Three Cadettes from Troop 2326 received their Silver Awards at the Leader/Daughter Dinner in April. Birdy, Marshmellow and Squirrel
(their Girl Scout camp names) chose to work with the Cherokee County Humane Society because of their love for animals. They learned that
the Humane Society is a private agency completely separate from the County’s Animal Shelter. While the Animal Shelter receives government
funds and grants, the Humane Society is a private organization, and was in need of funds and supplies.
The girls chose to raise awareness for the Humane Society by educating people to the Humane Society’s mission and their need for resources.
They set up a booth at a local church and at other locations to promote the Humane Society. They contributed many hours to the project and
were able to donate several car loads of supplies to the Humane Society.
Congratulations to these three girls for their great service project!
(Note: Older Girl Scouts who participate in camp activities don’t go by their given names to the younger girls. Therefore, we don’t publish
their real names on our website.)
Taking care of yourself during the Pandemic
By Girl Scout Troop 14629
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