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Pelham Girl Scout Cadettes to host hands-on fair showcasing Silver Award projects

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by Pelham Girl Scout Cadettes. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Saturday June 15th, join Pelham Girl Scout Cadettes for a hands-on “fair” for the Pelham community showcasing their Silver Award projects!

12:30-3:30 on the Pelham Public Library front lawn these 4 groups of young leaders will showcase their individual projects for all to participate in, learn about and enjoy!

All ages are welcome, we just ask that all children have a chaperone remain with them.

Come hear about:

  • The benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle.
  • The surprising superpowers that ADHD has.
  • The fun new things you can learn in ASL.
  • The importance of reducing your individual carbon footprint!

There is something new to learn for everyone!

To receive the Silver Award, Girl Scouts must each complete a minimum of 50 hours of planning, implementation and leading their project. They can work individually, or in a small group. Recipients must also show the need for their chosen project within their community, have sustainability to “live on” and have lasting impact, develop an original idea and follow through, build a support team in relation to your project, and document all action items and finances. Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson Council and Pelham Girl Scout Silver Mentors must approve the project before starting. Only 10% of Girl Scouts nationally receive their Silver Award.


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