Girl Scouts explore the oceans


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From left with the ocean puppet stage are leaders Laura Gabbard and Carolee Grehan, and Rebekah Davenport, Emily Stoll, Bethany Fessler, Hannah Gabbard and Madison Pembleton.


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Girls create their beach in a bottle.


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Girl Scout Troop 30610 recently held an Earth Day Oceans for younger Girl Scouts. Topics discussed were the water cycle, pollution in the oceans, the layers of oceans, coral reefs and how they are deteriorating, animals and fish in the oceans, and ways to save water.

The younger girls earned either Between Earth and Sky journey or WOW Water journey, except their take action piece.

Each girl built and took home a beach in a bottle, reusable bag, reusable bottle, and flyers on recycling.

Troop 30610 created a puppet stage and told the younger girls about animals they had researched and created their station so they would teach the younger girls how important the ocean is to us.

From left with the ocean puppet stage are leaders Laura Gabbard and Carolee Grehan, and Rebekah Davenport, Emily Stoll, Bethany Fessler, Hannah Gabbard and Madison Pembleton.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_earth-day-oceans-2.jpgFrom left with the ocean puppet stage are leaders Laura Gabbard and Carolee Grehan, and Rebekah Davenport, Emily Stoll, Bethany Fessler, Hannah Gabbard and Madison Pembleton. Courtesy photos

Girls create their beach in a bottle.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_earth-day-oceans-1.jpgGirls create their beach in a bottle. Courtesy photos

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