GSNI’s Broken Arrow Service Unit hosted a ceremony presenting Girl Scout highest awards to local Girl Scouts on June 15, at the Elgin Resource Center. The ceremony included recognition for local Girl Scouts who have earned the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest award a Girl Scout Junior can earn.
Girl Scout Juniors who earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award represent what Girl Scouts can achieve in their communities. Earning the Bronze Award involves completing a Girl Scout Journey and a suggested minimum of 20 leadership hours spent building a team, exploring a community, choosing a project, planning it, putting it in motion, and marketing it. Leadership hours help girls think through their commitment to doing their very best with each step.
Girl Scouts who earn their Bronze Award demonstrate they have the courage, confidence, and character to make a difference in the world around them!