Girls plan fun for Cub Scout day camp

December 15, 2013 

Kelli Autry

Kelli Autry, Erin Brown, Tyler Emanuel and Nala Terry of Durham have received the Silver Award, the second highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

For their Silver Award project, the girls put together a week of activities for the children at a Cub Scout day camp. They led games, taught crafts and accompanied the children on field trips. They also made a manual and activity box for volunteers to use in planning for future day camps.

All four are members of Troop 643, led by Michelle Autry and Michelle Brooks.

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