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Troop 61053’s Virtual Bridging

Submitted by Helmi Sandifer

Metro Denver


Bridging in 2020 was the last year all nine girls in Troop 61053 would be bridging together. Seven of the nine girls are moving on to their final two years of Girl Scouts, going from Seniors to Ambassadors. The other two are bridging from Cadettes to Seniors. With everyone separated at this time, they still wanted to connect with each other and create something interesting. After seeing different inspiring videos online, two girls arranged the project with the direction of the catches, throws, and finding cool different bridges. Then, everyone filmed their video with help from family and sent it in. After collecting all the videos, they were edited together and information about each one was added by two Girl Scouts. Seeing the final product, was so magical because it showed everyone that though we can’t be together, we can still connect. You can watch it here.

The majority of Troop 61053 has been together since kindergarten, but they have grown and changed every year. As the years go on, they have continued to be creative and curious. Through Girl Scouts, they have learned women’s history, science, society, but most of all entrepreneurship, workmanship, compassion, and friendship. Every year they create cards for the military , and go caroling at a local nursing home around Christmas. They are always ready for the next adventure and what even happens in the future.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

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