During their summer vacation, the girls of Girl Scout Troops 1945 and 13077 dedicated their time volunteering at the North Carolina Zoo.
These girls were recognized in the zoo volunteer newsletter for their efforts and contributions to the zoo.
The girls helped to “stuff” polar bears with plastic bags for the KidZone exhibit in order to teach children about environmental sustainability and climate change.
Shout out to the girls of Troops 1945 and 13077 for their dedication to helping protect their environment. Special thank you to Cadette Girl Scout Taylor Gall, who has consistently been volunteering with the zoo and will soon receive her Cadette Service Bar Award.
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Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P), is one of the 111 councils from across the nation that delivers the Girl Scout program, serves nearly 12,000 girls in central and western North Carolina. With the support and guidance of nearly 6,000 volunteers, girls in grades K-12 are given opportunities for fun and friendship, while fostering the development of leadership skills and self-esteem. It is a safe environment for girls to engage in activities while they discover more about themselves and the community around them, connect with others and take action to the make the world a better place.
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