Thursday, May 11, 2017


Back in January I posted about Becca and her girl scouts sisters doing their Silver Project in a post Silver Award Project. Bronze, Silver, Gold, These represent the highest honors a Girl Scout can earn.In order to achieve the Silver one must be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade; be a registered Girl Scout Cadette, and have completed a Cadette Journey.  This project was a culmination of a years worth of work and over 50 hours of service work. The girls did a disability awareness day. I was not sure how Becca was going to handle the project once Ian passed away but she did an incredible job. The 6 girls decided that they were going to finish the project in memory/honor of Ian, what a wonderful way to remember him.

Cathy Thomas, the girls leader, worked hard with them to have it all come together. Last night, Cathy along with some of the other mom's, had the privilege of letting the girls know that Girl Scouts of Central Maryland APPROVED their project. 

Way to go girls....we couldn't be more proud.


Marci Scher said...

Daean Menke That is so wonderful. It continues to show the unending impact and influence Ian's life has by changing a world that must be reminded that people matter. It will continue to be his legacy. I am so proud of Becca. In her pain she too is making the world a better place. Love you guys.

Marci Scher said...

Jay Weiner L❤️ve

Heather Lev WOOHOOO!!!!!! MAZEL TOV!!! XOXO

Lisa Lewis Wonderful!! Awesome job!!😜

Jennifer Larsen Orlando That's wonderful!

Tamara Jayne Flax Wonderful!!

Melissa Leon Congratulations! A labor of love❤️

Nancy Polack Kaplan Good job. A warm hug to you on this Mothers day. It's a tough one.