Congratulations to Kimberly from Girl Scout Troop 2669 in Forsyth County for completing her Girl Scout Silver Award this past year! Kimberly built a Little Free Library in her neighborhood common area. She wanted to share her love of books with other people, so her goal was to allow both children and adults to take a book home after they play or visit the area. Along the way, she faced some challenges, but Kimberly was able to get the job done with the help of her grandpa. Thanks to him she now knows how to use a nail gun! Throughout her project, she learned patience, planning strategies and time management skills. Good job Kimberly!
#TroopTuesday: Little Free Library
by girlscoutsp2pblog, posted in #TroopTuesday/Troop Spotlight, Highest Awards, Silver Award
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