By Jim Orr
The Observer 

Girl Scouts Troop 18412 A Reality In Kimball


August 15, 2019

For The Observer

Spud Rowley, back right, welcomed the new Girl Scouts Troop 18412 to the Kimball Recycing Center recently for a field trip. From left in front are Kalli Shoup, Taryn Sisk, Laivyn Morgan and Adieline Weinbende. From left in back are McKenzie Howard, Charlotte Bremer, troop co-leader Kayla Fennell and Rowley. Not pictured is troop co-leader Courtney Bremer.

A newly formed Girl Scouts troop has bloomed in Kimball, and they're off to a good start.

Say hello to Troop 18412.

"Throughout the year, these girls have chosen to learn about topics including engineering, responsibility, drawing, Girl Scout history, financial literacy and more through activities and field trips where girls learn by doing," troop co-leader Kayla Fennell told the Observer.

As part of the discovery process, the girls toured the Kimball Recycling Center to learn about what can be recycled and the recycling process. They also helped sort recyclables.

Fennell said it was a "fu...

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