I would like to extend a BIG Thank-You from the Veterans and Families to all who supported the "Thanksgiving In A Bag" Service Project. They and I appreciated all the work that you put into to the project for them.
A BIG Thanks goes out to:
Friends of Troop 835
Thanks again for the bottom of our hearts,
It's that time of year again and the Girl Scout Red, White and Blue Pathway Series is looking for your help to create 25 holiday Dinner bags for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday. The bag will need to have non-perishable food so they can create a special dinner. The dinner bag should contain the following type of food:
Potatoes (White and Sweet)
Vegetables (Corn and Green Beans)
Just recently girls from Troop 1703 and Troop 2111 finished project at the Country Acres Children's Home. These projects made a difference in the lives of the children who live at this facility as it is the only one in Brevard County. One of the projects was call "It's in the Bag" and the other project was creating a beautiful environment around the extended living facility.
I would like to take the time to Thank everyone who help make both the Thanksgiving and Christmas “Dinner is a Bag” very successful. Both the Veterans and Families supported by the Housing For Homeless Organization are very grateful.
A BIG Thank you goes out to Troops: 46, 139, 270, 303, 521, 726, 835, 909, 1703, 2114, 2115, and 2209