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Bronze, Silver and Gold Award Winners in Island Creek Community!

Island Creek would love to feature your Troop on our website!  Did your Troop complete a Community Service Project this year?  Earn their Bronze, Silver or Gold Award?  We want to hear about it!  Please submit a picture and a short paragraph describing how your Troop is living the Girl Scout Law to the Island Creek CLT's!  

 

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 “Truly, ours is a circle of friendships, united by our ideals.”

  -Juliette Gordon Low

    Girl Scouts Founder, est. 1912

Troop 17703 adopted a little girl named Cora as an honorary member of their troop and has spent years completing badges for her and doing charity works in her name to truly celebrate the life of this amazing child and raise awareness for Tay Sachs Disease!  They have made blankets for Krause House of Katy, lunches for Generation One Academy, made sewing kits, helped assembly hundreds of boxes for Samaritans Purse's Operation Christmas Child and so much more!  Recently, Cora earned her heavenly wings but during her life she touched so many and through them her memory and legacy lives on! Thank you Troop 17703 for truly living the Girl Scout Law!

Troop 127045 won 1st Place for their AMAZING float in the Firethorne 4th of July Parade with a great camp scene!

Troop # 127119 helped out at the Lunches of Love Charity Walk!  Great Job Daisies!  

Troop 127014 participated at the Katy "National Night Out" and enjoyed thanking the Katy Police Department for all the hard work they do to keep our community safe!

Troop 127029 collected donations for Katy Christian Ministries and stocked their cupboards to help people in need of food in our community! Great Job!

Troop 127016 collected dog/cat food, litter, towels, dog/cat treats, made dog chew toys, decorated food bowls and made dog/cat beds for Fort Bend County Animal Control! 

Troop 127042 purchased and collected items to donate to the Ballard House of Katy!  Great job Daisies!  

 

Island Creek Community Award Winners

Bronze Silver Gold  

These Represent the Highest Honors a Girl Scout can Earn.  We Congratulate the Island Creek Award Recipients and the Volunteers that Helped them Achieve their Goals!   

Bronze Award Winners

Congratulations on earning the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve! 

Troop #17703

Girl Scouting was created for ALL girls regardless of religion, culture, ethnicity or disabilities. Troop 17703’s Bronze Award project made Cora McDonald an honorary Girl Scout member of Troop 17703. Each Junior Girl Scout planned, prepared and led a project to earn a Daisy Girl Scout petal for Cora. Each project was intended to impact our local community in honor of Cora. It was wonderful and heartwarming to watch all of the girls in the troop develop an attachment to Cora. Their project very quickly stopped being about earning the Bronze Award and became a personal mission for each girl to honor and celebrate Cora. The Bronze Award has a time requirement of 20 hours. In all, Troop 17703 spent close to 100 hours on the project. Their projects impacted Fort Bend County Constables, Katy Christian Ministries, Samaritan’s Purse, community nutrition education, TCH-West, Special Olympics, Generation One School, Krause House and the local homeless population. 

  

Troop #17204

Troop 17204 earned their Bronze Award in 2016 by planning, organizing, and hosting a Brownie Badge Workshop. They taught workshop attendees how to care for pets, led them through a service project of creating "kitty cubicles" for Special Pals, and shared insights on what it is like to be a Junior Girl Scout.

Troop #127007

Troop 127007 earned their Bronze Award in 2014. They designed games, planned badge-earning activities, and taught attendees fun ways to paint t-shirts during a Brownie Workshop.

Silver Award Winners

Congratulations on earning the Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Cadette can achieve! 

Troop #17346

Troop 17346

Congratulations to Troop # 17346 for completing their Silver Award!  These Girl Scouts partnered with Special Pals to make educational pamphlets and started a lost pets Facebook page. The Troop also created a recycling newspaper program with a local business to get newspapers for Special Pals. These awesome Girl Scouts made and sold dog and cat toys to help raise funds to pay for their projects!  They finished earning their Silver Award by hosting a gala where they invited their community partners and families and gave their final donations to Special Pals! The Troop also recruited a community partner from council to award Denise Einkauf, owner of Waggin Tails, for allowing the Troop to sell toys in their store and for being a local business for newspaper recycling!
Gold Award Winners

Congratulations on earning the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouts! 

Ella Hummeldorf, a member of Troop 127007, earned her Gold Award in Girl Scouts when she was a sophomore at Tompkins High School.  Ella has been a Girl Scout since she was in Kindergarten.  For her project, Ella built garden boxes with the help of her brothers and a group of Boy Scouts from Troop 1103 for Goddard Preschool in Cinco Ranch NW.  Her inspiration for the garden boxes was her grandfather who is currently in bad health.  Obesity is a growing problem in America and Ella is hoping the new generation of kids will make better choices.  Her goal was to educate young children on the importance of eating healthy and how vegetables play a big part in that.  She wanted to teach them about vegetables in a fun way so she created the garden boxes, supplied starter seeds and tools.  She hopes they will have fun watching them grow and will teach future generations about growing vegetables and healthy eating.  Her brother, Henry Hummeldorf, was a recent contestant on MasterChef Junior so she enlisted his help with some recipes.  Together they created a fun cookbook for the kids and Henry talked to the children about the recipes and how to make vegetables fun.