Girl Scouts Go Green

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CLARK — Cadet Troop 446 from Garwood led by Diana Moore taught their little sisters in Clark Daisy Troop 425 how to create terrariums using recycled soda bottles and other recycled materials in an effort to help the Daisy Scouts earn their “green petal” for using resources wisely. The activity was the perfect way to get the Girl Scouts excited about celebrating Earth Day and caring for our planet. The girls expressed ways they will use resources wisely at home. For example, the girls pledged to turn off lights and televisions when they are not in use, not to waste running water and to recycle their garbage with their parents help. Pictured here are the Cadets in Troop 446 with the scouts from Clark Daisy Troop 425 showing off their new terrariums. Clark Daisy Troop 425 is led by Alicia Scipioni, Kelli Kaminskas and Jackie Skwirut. (Photo courtesy of Daisy Troop 425)


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