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March 20, 2007 - Honest and Fair

We talked what it means to be honest and fair.  We discussed examples from our daily lives where we practice these principals, and the role models we look up to exhibit these virtues.  We expect our leaders to be honest and fair as well.  We talked about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.  We learned about the new presidential dollar coins that are available, and all of our Daisies received a George Washington gold dollar and a holder to collect future coins. They earned their light blue petal for honesty and fairness.

 

March 6, 2007 - Make the Word a Better Place

Our Daisies collected gently used stuffed animals to send to an orphanage in Russia.  The girls had lots of fun packing up the boxes with their furry friends.  The girls also did a show-n-tell about different countries by showing something that represented their family's heritage, a tradition or a small treasure from a country that they visited. The girls earned their light pink petal for making the world a better place.

February 20, 2007 - Friendly and Helpful

The Daisy girls baked seven dozen cookies today.  The cookies will be donated to the volunteers at the local blood drive.  The kitchen smelled so good with the aroma of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies. The girls earned their yellow petal for being "Friendly and Helpful".  We also celebrated Caroline's 6th birthday.

 

January 16, 2007 - Respect Authority

Officer Keim came to visit our troop with his police dog partners.  The girls had a great meeting and asked many good questions.  Officer Keim brought Dano, a five-year-old golden retriever that was rescued from the local animal shelter.  Dano is specialized in sniffing bombs.  Officer Keim also brought D-O-G, an eight-year-old all black German shepherd, who specialized in chasing bad guys.  The girls earned their pink petal for learning to respect authority.  They also received a fun patch and a Junior K-9 Officer pin for the police visit.

 

January 2, 2007 - Responsibility

We discussed the New Year and resolutions, and we talked about how we can be more responsible.  For our project, each girl made a Responsibility/Kaper chart.  Each Daisy chose which tasks she wanted as she put her chart together, and went home with a bag pf jewels to place on her chart..  The girls earned the Orange petal  for learning to be responsible for what they say and do.

 

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