Ten Arizona Girl Scouts win tickets to Disney on Ice for their “100 Acts of Kindness!”

Posted: May 15, 2012

These ten Girl Scouts won a family pack of tickets to Disney on Ice after competing in the “100 Acts of Kindness” project! Girls had to keep track and submit a record of their 100 acts of kindness—and the first 10 received free tickets. The contest was in recognition of the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting in the United States

Arizona Councilwoman Thelda Williams prepared a certificate of recognition for the Girl Scouts who participated in the 100 Acts of Kindness project, and honored them just before the show began. The certificate is hanging at our council administrative offices.

Great work, Girl Scouts!  
 
  • Brianna Aitken – activities ranging from things like helping mom out with her little brother, caring for her grandmother, and reaching out to a new student at school
  • Sorrin Garcia – activities ranging from things like making cards for US Soldiers, working at a check point for March of Dimes and helping her mom cook
  • Megan Morgan – activities ranging from things like picking fruit for her great grandmother, helping her neighbor pick weeds, and helping with the family laundry
  • Sierra Casasola – activities ranging from giving a homeless man pizza, helping her parents with her younger brother and sister and helps out with the family garden
  • Cassandra Staley – activities ranging from things like preparing wellness bags for Family Promise Homeless, donating cookie boxes to the kids at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating money to help purchase geese for the Heifer Project
  • Elizabeth Vicoryosmanson – activities ranging from things like drawing pictures for soldiers, bought books to donate to the children’s program, helped plant a tree
  • Aliyah Ballard – activities ranging from things like donating clothes to children in need, and providing shampoo and conditioner to patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital
  • Kate Sims – activities ranging from things like helping her mom with her little sister, gathering items for children at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and helping her teacher
  • Makenzie Coger – activities ranging from things like donating her hair to Locks of Love, making cards for residents in assisted living facilities and helping with her brother
  • Kaylee Mesneak – activities ranging from things like donating items for kids at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, helped with her little sister and picked up trash at school