Girl Scouts promote peace as part of international celebration

Contributed Story Posted 22 February 2015 at 12:00 am

Photos by Yvonne Newbould

ALBION – Local Girl Scouts in the Cobblestone Service Unit had a “World Thinking Day” celebration on Saturday. Girl Scouts participated in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries.

Pictured in the front row, from left, include Daisy Troop 82007 members: Emma Martino, Leah Pawlak, Kylie Sue Allport, Julianna Newbould, Aubrey Gannon, Peyton Nolan, Kendall Newbould, Neveya Barnes and Emma Snitzel.

The back row includes Brownie Troop 82127: Riannon Newbould, Julia Fuller, Autumn Flugel, Abrielle Shuler, Liana Flugel, Sophia Albanese, Sarah Thom and Julia Knight.

The activities through World Thinking Day we designed to promote peace through partnerships. In this photo, Brownie Abrielle Shuler helps Daisy Julianna Newbould with friendship knot pin.

Riannon Newbould shows some of the international flavors the Girl Scouts tried.

Girls work on good luck hands and international peace signs.