Daisies have fun helping others

Old Man Winter may have made his appearance recently here in our area, but believe it or not, there are still beautiful Daisies popping up all over the Hindman as if Spring were in the air. Daisy Girl Scouts that is!

I would like to introduce Daisy Troop #234 from Hindman Elementary, a group of girls who began their journey as Scouts in May of 2011 and have accomplished many wonderful things ever since.

The term “Daisy” Scout is derived from the nickname of the astounding woman who established the Girl Scouts of America, Juliette Gordon Low. They called her “Daisy” and she created the foundation so girls all around the world could have wonderful opportunities to learn and

make a difference. It is safe to say that if Miss Low were alive today, she would surely be proud of Troop #234 and all that they have accomplished so far.

The troop currently consists of eight vivacious and amazing little girls who have a great sense of eagerness when it comes to

doing things for their community. They are Emma Slone, Maddie Slone, Presley Moore, Ally Hall, Lindsey Mullins, Alicia Owens, Jayda Smith and Tabitha Couch. These great gals are guided in their Girl Scout endeavors by their awesome leaders who are proud to be a part of such a wonderful program. Our troop leaders are Toni Mullins, Angie Slone, Robin Hall, Missi Moore and April Bentley. Each leader holds a special position in the troop and all are appreciated for all that they do for the girls. We are also very grateful to have a great group of parents and families who are always willing to lend a helping hand.  See this week’s newspaper for more…