Carmel Valley Girl Scout Troop 1224 receives Bronze Award

Carmel Valley Girl Scout Troop 1224 was recently presented the prestigious Bronze Award by Girl Scout Council San Diego Program Manager Rea Dela Cruz. The Troop earned the Bronze Award by volunteering at the San Diego Food Bank and creating a documentary about the Food 4 Kids Backpack Program to inspire others to take action and help hungry children.

(Above, l-r): Kayla Wesseln, Amanda Yen, Juliana Valenzuela, Abigail Shah, Nicole Baglio, Emily Osburn, and Rea Dela Cruz. Not pictured are Peyton Hall and Kaitlyn O’Leary.

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