Girl Scouts have courage, confidence, and character!

NORTH CREEK If there is one thing North Creek Girl Scouts know how to do - its having fun while supporting worthy causes. Currently, three active troops work together in the area, and coordinate numerous group events along with individual activities. This year, Brownie Troop 3437 participated in snow sculpting ,planted and watered flowers throughout Wevertown, sponsored a charity food drive, and visited residents of White Water Manor. Junior Troop 3328 also had an active year, spending a considerable amount of time devoted to community-based projects. Among other things, they assisted with a North Country Ministry toy drive, volunteered at a local fall festival, and participated in the North Creek Lights On ceremony. Several members of Troop 3328 also earned their Bronze Award, which is the highest achievement possible as a Junior Girl Scout. The award is granted to scouts that have invested 15 hours in a community project, in this case the planting of several Lilac trees at the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing Home. Girls who have earned the Bronze Award are: Alicia Hagadorn, Shiloh Wood , Sarah Morris , Cassandra Kranick, and Kora Millington. For more information, or to learn how to become involved as a Scout leader, contact MaryEllen Wood at (518) 251-5861.

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