St. Mary Girl Scout Groups Celebrate Learning and Community Building Together

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St. Mary Chardon Girl Scout troupes have been busy this Fall learning and growing together.  The school’s Daisy troupe recently bridged over to become Brownies.  The girls have since participated in an outdoor skills clinic learning to tie ropes, build fires and of course, make S’mores.  Since St. Mary School is an Ohio Department of Education STEM Designated school, the girls are journeying this year to learn about water and hopeful they can play a role in helping to create a greenhouse.  To stay well-rounded, the group brushed up on their etiquette by attending a Manners Matter course.  Meanwhile the 2nd through 5th grade girls send 20 girls to the Cavs Scouts Night at Quicken Loans Arena where 7 lucky scouts from the group were able to help hold the giant American flag on the court during the singing of the National Anthem.  These girls are truly working hard to live the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

About St. Mary School

St. Mary’s School Chardon is a Catholic School for grades preschool through 8 where students are encouraged to develop academically in an environment of faith, with a vision for the future.  For more information about St. Mary’s School Chardon, visit their website St. Mary’s School Chardon or contact Maureen Intihar via email at: [email protected] or phone:  440-286-3590

Pictured In Cover Photo: From Left to Right: Addison Ryan, Ann Marie Morgan, and Angelina Colombi celebrate Scout Day at the Cavs game.

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