Congratulations to Emily Piotrowski from Girl Scout Troop 2669 in Forsyth County for completing her Girl Scout Silver Award this past year. Emily partnered with the organization, Real Hope for Haiti, to make pillowcase dresses. She collected a total of 25 pillowcases and went shopping for materials at the craft store to create small kits. Those kits were handed out to others who wanted to create the dresses, and she hosted a class to teach others how to make them. Way to go Emily!
#TroopTuesday: Pillowcase Dresses
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