Girl Scouts build homes for owls

October 11, 2013 

The Girl Scout Juniors with Troop 1714 in Chapel Hill stand with the owl boxes they made for CLAWS. The project earned the Scouts their Bronze Awards.

SUSAN PRYTHERCH

Together, the members of Girl Scout Troop 1714 in Chapel Hill recently earned their Bronze Awards, the highest achievement for Girl Scout Juniors.

The girls built owl boxes for CLAWS, a nonprofit that rescues and rehabilitates wild animals in the Triangle. They also put together informational material based on their research to help educate the public.

Among the Scouts earning their Bronze Awards with this project were Darcy Boast, Emma Brown, Grace Eberts, Gracie Graves, Megan Higgins, Bridget Kelly, Rosie Maloney, Jolan Motyka, Daisy Mozgala, Annika Narbut, Elizabeth Prytherch and Alexandra Weaver.

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