Junior Girl Scout Troop Earns Bronze Award
Junior Girl Scout Troop 31646
JOURNEY SUMMIT AWARD RECIPIENTS-Three girls from Junior Girl Scout Troop 31646 of White Haven earned their Journey Summit Award, the highest level of achievement. Shown from left are award recipients Brenna Lutz, Ilona Stoffa, Amanda Crosley with Troop Leader, Brenda Crosley.
BRONZE AWARD PROJECT-Junior Girl Scout Troop 31646 of the White Haven Area comleted their Bronze Award by building a dual sided handicapped accessible picnic table for Lehigh Park in White Haven.
BRONZE AWARD RECIPIENTS-Junior Girl Scout Troop 31646, White Haven, earned their Bronze Award after building a dual sided handicapped accessible picnic table for Lehigh Park in White Haven. Shown, front from left: Abigail Best, Karlii Laurel, Gianna Famalette, Laura Crosley, and Katelyn Kramer. Row two: Ilona Stoffa, Jayden Clymer, Kayla Vargas, Ava Hauze, Brenna Lutz, Amanda Crosley, and Emily Reinmiller. Back: Tracy Hauze, Weekly Volunteer, Brenda Crosley, Troop Leader; and Angela Reinmiller, Assistant Leader. Missing from photo are Aubrey Cholewa and Molly Simko.

Junior Girl Scout Troop 31646 of White Haven Area recently earned their Bronze Award by building a dual sided handicapped accessible picnic table for Lehigh Park in White Haven.

The girls from White Haven, Freeland, East Side and Drums sold cookies, designed and sold jewelry and had a hoagie sale in order to purchase the materials for this project. They spent months planning, preparing and then finally building and presenting the table to the borough.

Thanks to a local fireman who received a message about a severe storm heading right towards where the ceremony was being held, the girls, family members and some council members were able to evacuate the park in time and relocate to St. Patrick’s Church Hall. Everyone got soaked waiting to get into the building, power was on and off for short while, but all quickly calmed down and the girls were able to be honored and celebrated this very special award.

Three girls also received the highest level of achievement, the Journey Summit Award. This is sometimes earned by second year Juniors, who complete all three Journey Badges. The girls are Amanda Crosley, Brenna Lutz and Ilona Stoffa.