Girl Scouts Advance to New Levels in Bridging Ceremony

 

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Selected Girl Scouts carry the flag to the stage. Credit: Sarah Xu

Over one hundred Girl Scouts from various elementary and middle schools took part in the Greenwich Girl Scouts Bridging Ceremony last week.

Opening remarks were delivered by Karen Hasterok, who is the Greenwich Girl Scouts Service Unit Volunteer. Daisies, Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes crossed the bridge and advanced to a new level of Girl Scouting.

Girl Scouts are able to bridge once they have shared what they have learned with younger girls and learned about what Girl Scouts do in the next level. The ceremony was conducted at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich. More information about Greenwich Girl Scouts can be found here.

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Troop 50681 wearing their new Brownie uniforms. Credit: Sarah Xu

Selected Girl Scouts read the poem “Nobody Told Me.” Credit: Sarah Xu

Selected Girl Scouts read the poem “Nobody Told Me.” Credit: Sarah Xu

Daisies cross the bridge to become Brownies. Credit: Sarah Xu

Daisies cross the bridge to become Brownies. Credit: Sarah Xu

See also:

Greenwich Senior Girl Scout Encourages Global Awareness

Greenwich Girl Scout Troop’s Cookbook is Good as Gold!


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