Troop 2510 bridges to Seniors

Submitted by Rachelle Trujillo

Metro Denver


Four beautiful freshman from Troop 62510 bridged to Senior Girl Scouts last week. They bridged at Ralston Creek in Arvada, returning to the site where they bridged as Juniors.

While our troop has tightened up from the 20 girls we started with in kindergarten, my Seniors are dedicated and passionate about making the world a better place and going for their Gold.

My girls have grown to be a diverse group with different interests, yet I see them valuing the role each girl has played in their lives, the lessons learned, and the sisterhood that will always unite them through Girl Scouts.

I’m so proud to be an advisor to these young ladies and excited to see where their passion takes them!

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One thought on “Troop 2510 bridges to Seniors”

  1. I am so proud of your girls who have stayed on with Girl Scouting. Over 50 years ago, my friends and I stayed all the way through high school as Girl Scouts—those 6 women are still some of my BEST friends, even though we are miles apart. Girl Scouting certainly makes friends for life!! Thank for all that you do to keep your troop together. We look forward to your girls working on their Gold Award.
    Kay, Metro Gold Award Committee

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