irl Scout Juniors make a difference in the Girl Scout or local community when they work together to achieve the highest honor a Junior can earn—the Girl
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Scout Bronze Award. Girls will have fun along the way as they bring their own creativity to all they do and discover. Girls earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award by completing a Journey, and then creating a Take Action project based on their observations of a local issue. As the girls pursue their project, they put the Girl Scout Promise and Law into action. They also develop an understanding of sustainability and gain an understanding of the wider world by discussing how others may experience the same problem their project helped resolve.
Girl Scout Junior Troop 440 earned their Girl Scout Bronze Award by doing their part to make a difference and bring their community closer together during a time of isolation. Serena, SaMya and Kamdyn felt disconnected from their Girl Scout sisters, family members and friends as their school and Girl Scout activities went virtual. The girls recognized the impact quarantine has had on them and wanted to do their part to make others feel less lonely. These go-getters decided to spread some holiday cheer for the residents and staff at Stonebridge Senior Living and Grand Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The young leaders each created holiday ornaments and notes for the two nursing homes. The girls also recorded themselves singing a Christmas carol. Serena, SaMya and Kamdyn plan to continue their project for future holidays and are currently creating special Valentine’s Day cards for the residents. BOLDLY BRONZE—SPREADING HOLIDAY CHEER DURING QUARANTINE
Girls can begin working on their Girl Scout Bronze Award if: