The Girl Scouts of Northern California is pleased to have bestowed the highest honor possible for a Junior Girl Scout, the Bronze Award, to Troop 10141 of Sonoma.
The Girl Scout Bronze Award recognizes that a Junior Girl Scout, grades 4-5, has gained the leadership and planning skills required to follow through with an intensive 15-hour service project that makes a positive difference in her community.
To earn their Bronze Award, Troop 10141 completed a project that involved researching, designing and distributing an anti-bullying magazine designed for kids in grades K-6th. The girls wrote the articles, designed fun informative games and created all the artwork in the magazine. A digital copy of the magazine can be found at www.SonomaGirlScouts.com
“We are proud of our exceptional girls in Troop 10141 who strive to become leaders at an early age by obtaining their Girl Scout Bronze Awards,” said Marina Park, CEO of Girl Scouts of Northern California. “Working toward this award demonstrates their commitment to helping others, improving their community and the world, and becoming the best they can be.”
The members of Troop 10141 are Ivy Blackwood, Sofia Given, Kaliyah Hensic, Caitlyn Hill, Gabby Kutza, Claire McNairy, Eliana Proctor, Megan Shipston, Qing Chen Steuer, Jenna Randuch and Sydnie Raup. Most of the girls have been members of the troop since first grade.