Girl Scout Junior Kirsten Branson, Crisis Pregnancy Center's Ann Coker, and Girl Scout Junior Rachel Bush after the girls donated eight diaper bags full of supplies. By completing the service project, the Girl Scouts earned the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest award available for their age-level. Courtesy Photo.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Girl Scouts of Central Indiana recently presented the Girl Scout Bronze Award to Kirsten Branson and Rachel Bush. Both are Girl Scout Juniors from Brazil. The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Junior may earn and includes a significant community service project. To earn the award, the Girl Scouts collected supplies and put together eight diaper bags for the local pregnancy center.
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana serves more than 41,000 girls in 45 counties across central Indiana. Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts of the USA is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls with three million girl and adult members. Girl Scouting is the leading authority on girls' healthy development, and builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. The organization serves girls from every corner of the United States and its territories. Girl Scouts of the USA also serves American girls and their classmates attending American or international schools overseas in 90 countries. www.girlscoutsindiana.org.
Girl Scout Juniors Kirsten Branson and Rachel Bush collected cans to help fund their diaper bag project to benefit the Crisis Pregnancy Center. The community service project helped them earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award. Courtesy Photo.