Copper Basin Daisy & Brownie Investiture Ceremony held

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On Apr. 4, Girl Scout Troops 1716 held is Daisy and Brownie Investiture ceremony for four Daisies and four Brownies. At the same time, the World Trefoil Pin presentation was made, and earned patches and badges were given out.

The program started with the flag ceremony, with flag carrier Azalya Jimenez and guards Emma Baker and Marissa Baez.

Invested into Daisy Girl Scouts and receiving their pins were Veronica Baez, Olivia Fernandez and Kyleigh Reidhead. Not present was Daisy Hansen.

Receiving their Brownie pins and invested in Brownie Girl Scouts were Briannah Noriega, Mikenna Seller and Bella Wernett. Not present were Kiana Castaneda.

The following Girl Scouts received their World Trefoil Pins and certificates: Emma Baker, Azalya Jiminez, Analina Montijo, Isabella Motijo, Veronica Baez, Landree Scaggs, Olivia Fernandez, Kyleigh Reidhead, Mikenna Seller, Briannah Noriega, Bella Wernett and Izzy Kimmel.

A potluck dinner was enjoyed after the patches and badges were given out by their leaders Gloria Beltran, Elena Baker and Jody Swingle.

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