Local Brownie Earns Girl Scout Ranger Patch
The Girl Scout Ranger Program is giving girls the opportunity to participate in outdoor service projects all while earning fun patches and enjoying incredible experiences, thanks to our partnership with the National Park Service.
Local Girl Scout Brownie, Teylah, traveled to the east coast and dedicated more than 13 hours of exploration and volunteer service to earn her Girl Scout Ranger patch. During her visit, Teylah experienced a fun night of climbing at the Bodie Island Lighthouse. She also spent an hour each morning cleaning up the beach on Cape Hatteras National Seashore, collecting nine bags of trash, a rug and several wooden boards.
Teylah walked away with a new respect for the environment and enjoyed all her outdoor activities along the way. Way to go, Teylah!
And how fitting that the National Park Service Ranger, Nicole Loiseau, who presented Teylah with the Girl Scout Ranger patch, is a Girl Scout alumna!
Want to become a Girl Scout Ranger like Teylah? Find out how you can.