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We would like to thank the Hardin County Historical Museum for allowing the girls of our troop to put a Girl Scout display in the museum as part of their Silver Award. A special thanks to Linda Iams, director of the museum, for her help and guidance to the girls.
This has been a very rewarding experience for the girls as they were able to share the history of Girl Scouts with the community. Since it is the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts of the United States it was even more special. They learned how to create a display, and the importance of preserving history and sharing it with others. They also learned that many neighboring museums do not offer such an opportunity for girls or other youth.
Their display is finished now, and their project is done but they will remember this experience for a long time. The only thing left is for Linda Iams to present the Silver Award to the girls. This is the second highest award a Girl Scout can earn.
They would like to urge all residents of Hardin County to visit the museum and see what a treasure we have here in our community. The home its self is beautiful and it is full of wonderful displays. So if you haven’t visited before you are in for a real treat.
Again thanks to Linda Iams and the Museum Board for their help and the opportunity to place the girls display in the museum. We hope to visit again soon and explore the other exhibits there.
Shirley Green, leader
April Dimon, co-leader
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 20392, Dunkirk