Girl Scouts Write Book About Roswell, Earn Bronze Award
When a Roswell Girl Scout troop set out to accomplish their Bronze Award, they decided to look no further than their community.
Troop 29335 is composed of rising sixth-graders who decided to write a book about four dogs who tour Roswell learning about the history and why it is important.
"We read 'Turn Homeward, Hannalee' at school, and that got us interested in the history," said Girl Scout Jordan Schroyer. "Then we came to the mayor's office to get our government badge and he talked more about the history and it got us more interested."
To earn the government badge, the Scouts learned how the government works and visited City Hall. Read more from the NorthFulton.com Newspaper Website.