Created by: Girl Scout Troop 30229 with Missouri Heartland Council; Junior/Daisy levels
From: Columbia, MO
Leader: Andrea Jackson
Title: “Girl Scouts make a difference”
Community, this artwork will also be included in our 911 Memorial ‘Themed’ Show in September 2011, NYC.
Madison Jackson, Kennedy Jackson, Natalie Wohlgemuth, Madison Castilow, Madalyn Collier, Kaitlyn Gatewood
Materials and Techniques Used:
Recycled fabric, markers, Craft bonding material
What is your group’s artwork about?
The girls decided to do a community based theme. They chose the earth to be the center focus of the project. The earth is made up of puzzle pieces that hold each girls name to represent her part in helping make a difference in some part of the “community”. Each girl that surrounds the earth holds an individual idea or suggestion of how they or anyone can make a difference in themselves, their community, or the world as a whole. The girls holding hands surrounding the earth represents Girl Scout teamwork.