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Girl Scout Silver Award

This year, our girls have been working on their Silver Award. They have learned many things throughout this process including how to work better together and how to make working fun. We have discovered what it's like to have responsibility and that being a Cadette requires us to be more responsible because we are training to become leaders. Our Silver Award work has required us to earn interest project patches as well as doing service projects and working in our community.

The Silver Award consists of Five Parts. The First Step is to complete three Interest Project Patches. We earned the Leadership and From Fitness to Fashion Patch together and every girl chose a patch to complete on her own.
The next step is to Earn the From Dreams to Reality Patch. It consist of 5 steps, which we completed together.
Next, you must earn the Leadership Pin or the Leadership Interest Project Patch. We earned both, but for this part, we used the Leadership Pin. In the process of earning this, we hosted a Haloween Festival for younger girls and a Brownie Try-It day in which the brownies from this area earned two try-its.
Next, we earned the Cadette Girl Scout Challenge. In order to do this, we had to tell others about Juliet Low and do four other activities.
Finally, we're ready for the actual implementation of our Silver Award Project. Our Project, including planning and the actual thing, has to take at least 30 hours.

For our Silver Award Project, we decided to host a fashion show as a fund raiser so we could raise money to improve on the civic buildings in our community. Our fashion show is August 6, 1998 at 7 p.m. at Ourtown community center.

Yay! We're almost done! *cheers* Some of us are even done now. Yays. How great. =c) Okay, that's enough updating.

WE'RE DONE!!!!! FINALLY! WE'RE FINISHED WITH OUR SILVER AWARD!!!!!!!!!! *CHEERS* YAY!!!! Okay. All we have now, is our ceremony next month. *smiles*

We have received our Silver Award Pins and we are now bridged to Senior Girl Scouts working on the Gold Award.

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