Girls, Cub scouts bring Christmas greetings, ornaments

Girls Scouts, Cub Scouts and family members helped celebrate Christmas Monday when they created ornaments at Hill Top Home of Comfort. In the front row are Ava Wrolson, Suzie Roundy, Areiya Dallman, Dylan Larranaga, Noah Breshears and Jayla Baxter. In the second row are Briella Buckman, Emelie Schaper, Matthew Schaper, John Roundy, Sarah Schaper, Barry Roundy and Samantha Schaper. In the center front is Declan Dallman.

There was a little celebration of the Christmas spirit Monday at the Hill Top Home of Comfort and the Legacy Lodge in Killdeer as girls scouts and cub scouts combined forces to help make new Christmas ornaments for the people living at the facility.

But the Girls Scouts of Troop # 85122 were not the only ones from Killdeer out spreading Christmas cheer. They are Girls Scout Daisies.

The older group of local scouts took a road trip.

Troop 85112 were also visiting people with Christmas spirit.

They took the long way without a sleigh to visit the breast cancer patients in the Bismarck Breast Cancer Center with packages that contained blankets, designer stocking hats and friendship bracelets.

The scouts had made the friendship bracelets.

For their efforts, the scouts also got a reward.

They earned a “Do a Good Turn” badge, according to a spokesman for the troop.

Only about 50 scouts in Dakota Girls Scouts territory earn the badge.

The scouts that visited Bismarck are fourth and fifth graders and are Girl Scout Juniors.


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