Junior Girl Scout Troop 510 in Orange are working on their Bronze award. The Bronze award is the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn. They are still in the process but wanted to share what they have done so far.
The girls got teethers and rattles for the infants at CHOC (Children's Hospital of Orange County) and also got books for the waiting areas. The girls were touched when they delivered the presents to the Childlife Department of the Hospital. They found it a very poignant experience, seeing first-hand some of the patients coming into the hospital, children their own age, wearing face masks and obviously going through chemotherapy. These children were checking back into the hospital for more treatment.
The troop feels very honored to have chosen CHOC hospital and the Ronald McDonald House for their Bronze award project.
Good work Girl Scouts!!!
For more information on Girl Scouting in Orange County - go to GSOC.org