Megan of Huntsville also earned her Silver Award for her project entitled "Teaching Children About Fitness and Soccer." She worked with the local YMCA to organize a three day soccer camp for kids ages 5-12. The camp covered the fundamentals of soccer and focused on the importance of fitness and sportsmanship in both athletics and daily life.
Sarah of Madison earned her Silver Award for a service project in which she put together a handbook to cover the fundamentals of camping. The book includes camping tips and safety guidelines.
Paige and Kelsey of Decatur earned their Silver Awards for their work with the Mental Health Association. Their project was aimed at educating people about autism and other mental illnesses.
Amanda of Decatur earned her Silver Award for her project entitled "Resources of Mental Health Association."
Sarah of Harvest earned her Silver Award for her project "Building Hope for the Future." She helped remodel the teen room at the Hope Place.
Maura of Huntsville earned her Silver Award for organizing a Friendship Festival for her town.
The Silver Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn and requires at least 40 hours of planning or service. Congrats to these girls on a job well done!