Daisy Troop plants flowers and smiles at Bird Rock Elementary

Bird Rock Elementary School’s Daisy Troop 3869 welcomed spring with a planting project on campus. The troop, led by Audrey Gans and Mindy McNeill, spent March earning the Rose Petal, one of the badges that Daisy Girl Scouts earn by making the world a better place.

The 11 Scouts decided to do a trash pickup on campus and plant succulents around a tree in their kindergarten courtyard. The project was greeted with enthusiasm and the girls continue to be very proud of their accomplishment. They delight in watering the area and watching over it. Kindergarten teacher Mrs. La Cava, added a small fence around the area to keep out stray balls and running children. — Amy Jagger Lockwood

Daisy Troop 3869 with their planting project, from left: Maegan McNeill, Ellie Lockwood, Ella Toppi, Chayse Teeple, Brigette Broms, Danielle Williams, Mia Mosebrook, Jasmine Scarafone, Samantha Gans, Gabriella Syrios and Taylor Blount. COURTESY PHOTOS

Ella Toppi spreads bark and dirt around the new plants.

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Posted by Phil Dailey on May 2, 2012. Filed under News, Schools. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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