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11 from Troop 261 presented Bronze Award

October 21, 2011
Special to the Town Crier
During this 100th year of Girl Scouting, 11 members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 261, under the direction of troop leaders Michelle Head, Pattie Campos, and Denise Joseph, recently received their Bronze Award -- the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn -- at a candle lighting ceremony on the green in Canfield.

The recipients were presented the award after successfully completing all requirements, the culminating activity being the Down Syndrome Association of the Valley's annual Buddy Walk, where they handed out balloons and temporary tattoos and helped with cookie delivery, games and clean-up.

According to information provided by Denise Joseph, troop leader, the girls completed the Sign of the Sun, two Girl Scout leadership badges, and a service project, which included research, discussion and activities related to Down Syndrome.





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Recipients of the Bronze Award from Girl Scout Troop 261 are Shelby Byrne, Marina Campos, Sophia Campos, Marisa Head, Sophie Hodge, Madison Impton, Nicole Joseph, Jessica Megown, Julia Petrallo, Emily Skovran, Lane Taylor, and Britney Young, Service Area Director Gerard Kelly, and troop leaders Michelle Head, Pattie Campos, and Denise Joseph.

 
 

 

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