Brownie Troop 1750 has had a jam packed fall! They completed a Take Action Project, collected soap for the Military and topped it off by learning some new dance moves! Take a look below:
On October 26, 2013 Troop 1750 teamed up with Troop 1895 and the owner of Seventh Street Gifts from Newport to make soaps for the military troops overseas. Carissa, the owner of Seventh Street Gifts, donated all of the materials for the project and the girls from the troops donated wash clothes. In total there were 22 bars of soap and 35 wash clothes donated to the military troops. Pictured (back row) Carissa's mom, Carissa, troop 689 girls (row 2) Halina Mullane, Jesse Probst, Ava, Chloe, Peyton Perez, Kiersten Stull, Grace, Olivia, Kamie, Hailey, Leigha, Brooke, Abby, (front row) Addison Millsap, Audrey Huey, Claira Rettig, Addyson Walburn, Peyton Perez, Kyleigh Stull, Alexis Tigor, Emily Emerson.
Brownie Girls of Troop 1750 went to Woodcrest Manor on Sunday, October 20, 2013 to read original stories to the residents. They were working on their Take Action requirements for the Brownie Quest Journey. This not only helped the girls earn their Journey Award but also allowed the girls to share their time with the elderly residents. One of the residents in attendance shared with them that she was 100 years old and she was a Brownie when she was a little girl! (from left to right in the photo: Grace Phelps, Jesse Probst, Aubrey Heltman, Halina Mullane, Brooklyn Rodenberg, Kiersten Stull, Peyton Perez)
So you think you can dance!?! The Brownie girls of Troop 1750 took an evening to learn some new dance moves from girls that tried out for the television show "So you think you can dance." They did this as part of the requirements for the Dancer badge. Pictured are Brooklyn Rodenberg, Peyton Perez (in pink tights), Jesse Probst, Natalie McCoy, Halina Mullane, Grace Phelps, Aubrey Heltman...the two tall girls in the very back were some of the dancers.