Troop 37400 begins in-person meetings after ZOOM gatherings

Girl Scout Troop 37400 has been very busy this year. From March through May the troop met weekly via Zoom. They earned badges, made homemade hand sanitizer and baby wipes, wore mismatched socks for World Down Syndrome Day, celebrated home school spirit week, celebrated national camp in your house day, played games, conquered challenges, shared their pets, completed virtual escape rooms, virtually visited a dairy farm in California, wore purple for peace, some of the girls started their bronze awards, wrote letters to their pen pals in England, and more.

In the month of June the troop started to gradually get back to in person meetings. The troop has played games, earned a couple badges, talked about flag etiquette, prepped some flags for retirement, completed their program aide training, visited the White Sulphur Springs city park, bridged, and completed some of their councils outdoor challenges since meeting in person.

Pictured are some of the troop’s members pausing for a quick picture when taking a walk and picking up trash in White Sulphur Springs on June 8.



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