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DRAGONS, TURTLES, SNAKES, AND PEGASUS AT MULTI-LEVEL TROOP 65659

Daisy Summer and Brownie Elizabeth of Multi-Level Troop 65659 recently completed the 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! Daisy Journey. The girls were inspired when an animal expert with a dragon, turtle, and snake visited their Girl Scout meeting. They also enjoyed dancing to Busy Squirrels and flapping their wings to “Fly, Fly Away” music.

For their Red Robin Project, Elizabeth acted out a dragon, a turtle, and a snake, while Summer dramatized feeding them to teach their audience what kind of food those animals need. Next, Summer took the role of a pegasus while Elizabeth showed the audience how to brush a horse and feed it an apple. Caring for animals makes Summer feel “relaxed and proud.”

“I am proud of Elizabeth because she cares for animals so much,” said her dad at the Final Celebration. Elizabeth said caring for animals makes her feel “safe and calm.”

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