When a young girl joins Girl Scouts, she’s doing more than navigating a rocky trail; she’s learning to problem solve and take a closer look at the world around her. She’s not just selling a box of Thin Mints; she’s gaining the confidence to pitch the first investor in her small business. And the giggles she shares with her fellow troop members? She’s building a support squad that will boost her mood and have her soaring above peer pressure or tough times in school.
Everything Girl Scouts do builds their curiosity, kindness, and can-do spirit. And as they earn badges, help their community, and deepen their friendships, they’ll also have a lot of fun along the way. It’s what Girl Scouting is all about.
In Santa Rosa Beach, troop leaders Brandy Carr, Michelle Farnham and Lisa Hewitt-Apple work tirelessly to give their troop quality life experiences. The troop’s focus is on the community, and how to make South Walton a better place.
Recently, the Girls of Troop 3010 located in Santa Rosa Beach sold cookies and decided to give back to the community with the funds they earned. The troop brainstormed ways to do so and they all agreed to donate to animals. Dog Harmony gave the girls an educational presentation and hands-on experience with the animals they train.
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