Kim Mizer, the local Girl Scout Service Unit Leader, was recently honored at a ceremony in Amarillo, Texas, and again in Boise City, for receiving the Girl Scout Woman Of Distinction Award. This prestigious award is given to ladies who not only serve as girl scout leaders, but are also leaders within their community. This is the highest award given by the Girl Scouts to adult leaders. Kim has been involved with girl scouts since she was a young girl and has led the group locally for many years.
The Bronze Award was given to the Junior Girl Scout Troop 648 led by Angela Trantham and Sherri Hitchings at the recent girl scout banquet. Troop members are Makenzie Schwindt, Megan Trantham, and Cydne Hitchings.
Cadette Girl Scout Troop 106 received their Silver Award at the recent Girl Scout Awards Banquet. Members are Dagan James, Kanon White, and Lauren Crews. Their leaders are Mendi White and Janice Crews. The silver award is the second highest award that can be earned in girl scouts. Their project was “Walls at the Scout Hut”.
Cadette Girl Scout Troop 113 received their silver award at the girl scout banquet on Friday evening. Their project was “refurbishing the scout hut.” Troop members are Arista Thompson, Maria Rodriguez, Tanesha Cayton, Kayla Mizer, Kelsey Turner, and Samantha Prather. Leaders are Kim Mizer, Beth Turner, and Melissa Prather.
Girl Scout Troop 63 received their bronze award at the recent girl scout awards banquet. The bronze award is the first award that troops must earn on their way to the golf award. They had a 2-day reading program at the public library. Troop members are Hannah Miller, Meagan Crews, Shelby Hawkins, Trina Wilson, and MaKenzie Twyman.