Monday, November 13, 2017

Girl Scout Troop 2214 receives the Bronze Award

Mesa County Commissioners adopt a proclamation honoring  Girl Scout Troop 2214 for receiving the Bronze Award. 

Mesa County Commissioners commend Girl Scout Troop 2214 for its devotion to the Girl Scout mission and values, and for receiving the Bronze Award.

The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve by completing a girl-led project to benefit the local community.

Charlotte Allen, Megan Formicola, Braeleigh MacAskill, Preslee Rogers, and Elizabeth Shirley say a few words about the project they worked on to help foster care teens.

Charlotte Allen, Megan Formicola, Braeleigh MacAskill, Preslee Rogers, and Elizabeth Shirley have earned the Girl Scouts Bronze Award for recognizing a need for teens and tweens entering foster care and creating care packages filled with items to help with the difficult transition for youth entering foster care.

Girl Scout Troop 2214 accept a proclamation recognizing their accomplishments in helping Mesa County foster care teens.

Girl Scout Troop 2214
The Commissioners extend their sincere appreciation to Girl Scout Troop 2214 for their innovative and compassionate effort to serve the youth in foster care in Mesa County.

Read the full proclamation here.

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