Cookies for troops

| December 9, 2010 | 0 Comments
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Thorin Jean, Junior Girl Scout, Troop 066, came up with Operation Cookie Drop to earn her bronze award, the highest award that can be earned at the junior level. To earn the award, Jean had to contribute at least 20 hours of service toward a project that enhances or betters her community in some way. She made flyers and asked community members to help her bake cookies to distribute to Soldiers who would be deploying before the holidays. She was able to gather and coordinate more than 500 bags of cookies. She delivered many of the treats to Soldiers, below, during the 25th Infantry Division redeployment ceremony on Sills Field, here, Nov. 24. (Photo 
Courtesy of Criztina Jean)

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Thorin Jean, Junior Girl Scout, Troop 066, came up with Operation Cookie Drop to earn her bronze award, the highest award that can be earned at the junior level.
To earn the award, Jean had to contribute at least 20 hours of service toward a project that enhances or betters her community in some way. She made flyers and asked community members to help her bake cookies to distribute to Soldiers who would be deploying before the holidays.
She was able to gather and coordinate more than 500 bags of cookies. She delivered many of the treats to Soldiers, below, during the 25th Infantry Division redeployment ceremony on Sills Field, here, Nov. 24. (Photo 
Courtesy of Criztina Jean)

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