Congratulations to Jocelyn Johnson and Kendall Luster from Girl Scout Troop 2603 in Surry County for completing their Girl Scout Bronze Award this past year! For their project, the girls took fuzzy socks and made them “non-slip” by adding fabric paint to the bottoms for more grip on slippery floors. They collected approximately 100 pairs of socks, decorate the bottom then continued working on their own time until all the sock pairs were complete. The girls had visited Parkwood Place and had already established connections with the residents there. When they realized how many more pairs they had, they decided to donate the remaining to Chatham Nursing Center, as well. Well done, Girls!
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