Girl Scouts make soup for senior citizens

A Southern Door Girl Scout Troop is putting on a free lunch for senior citizens and the less fortunate. Girl Scout Troop 4347 is a second year Junior Girl Scout Group and they will be making soup, salad, breadsticks, and dessert at the Southern Door Community Center on January 13th starting at 11:00 AM. The lunch will be made for senior citizens, homebound people, and the homeless. The troop is aiming for a Bronze Award which is the first step on the journey to a Gold Award. That is the highest award a Girl Scout can receive. Girl Scout Troop 4347 Leader Michelle Patza says the girls have had to plan every step of the way.



The parents of the Girl Scouts will be helping make the lunch, but mostly it'll be girls preparing all the food. After the lunch, Patza will fill out the paperwork for the Bronze Award, and the troop will be recognized in Green Bay by the Green Bay Girl Scout Council. View the whole interview with Michelle Patza below.



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