Twin sisters Clare and Olivia Mulvay paired up with fellow twin sisters and classmates, Victoria and Olivia Wegrzynowicz to work together on two service projects to earn their Girl Scout Silver Award. All four are members of the Girl Scout/Cadette Troop 55246 and are graduates of Holy Trinity School.
The Girl Scout Silver Award is given to girls in 6th-8th grades who are Girl Scout Cadettes and who have completed a project that improves their community, following guidelines from the Girl Scouts organization. Girls can work individually or as part of a team to complete their project.
Victoria and Olivia M. partnered with Animal Friends and held classes at Robinson Library to teach people how to make snuffle mats, which are pet enrichment toys made from old t-shirts. The mats were then donated to Animal Friends to give to people adopting new pets.
Olivia W. and Clare held classes to teach people to crochet baby beanies, and then partnered with the Diocese of Pittsburgh to send over 75 beanies to the Maternidad de Maria maternity hospital in Chimbote, Peru.
Congratulations to each of these OLSH students on earning their Silver Award, and for demonstrating the Felician Core Values and serving their community.