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Our Service Unit -  Bronze, Silver & Gold
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Girl Scout Highest Awards Announcements:  Girls who are working on the Girl Scout Gold, Silver or Bronze Award should visit the River Valleys website  for current highest award information (project proposal and final report forms), sample projects and important deadlines in addition to the information in the new Girl’s Guides. Inserts to the Girls Guide for these award can also be downloaded. 

Our Service Unit - Gold Silver & Bronze Awards

2013 Silver Awards being worked on!

  • Junior troop 12771 donated supplies and handmade pet blankets to the Golden Valley Animal Humane Society for their Bronze project. Learn what they did here.
Troop 12771
  • Troops to Troops - Silver Award Project  Kia and Amelia's Silver Award Project was helping military troops overseas by creating military care packages.  Kia and Amelia have a list of items if you would like to do this as your own troop activity.  Your troop can decorate a flat rate boxes from the post office and fill them with items needed/wanted by the military personnel overseas.  
  • Kristin R. earned her Girl Scout Gold Award  by collecing costumes that she handed out to children whose families cannot afford to purchase them. They were given to families at two different apartment complexes here in Plymouth. 
  • Karina S. earned her Silver Award by holding a food drive and producing a brochure on how to hold a food drive to be used by other troops. (The brochure might take a while to open, but it's worth it!)

  • Girls from Troop 11163 (Britta M., Michelle R., Nicole H., Chelsea K. and Kirsten B. of Plymouth) all earned their Girl Scout Gold Awards and were honored at a ceremony August 7, 2008, at the community room at Lunds in Plymouth. Read more about their accomplishments!

  • Bronze Award Workbook
    This booklet was created by a Wayzata troop and is designed to help Juniors plan and implement their service project. There are pages to record your notes and log your hours of service. It should be used in conjunction with your Junior Girl Scout Handbook. Sources for this workbook have been sited on appropriate pages.

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