Girl Scouts host bridging ceremony for more than 100 local Scouts

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ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Girl Scout Troop 10755 in the Alpharetta Service Unit recently planned and hosted the bridging ceremony for more than 100 Girl Scouts from seven area schools.

Taking part in the bridging ceremony were Scouts from Alpharetta, Cogburn Woods, Manning Oaks and Summit Hill elementary schools, King’s Ridge Christian School and Cambridge and Milton high schools.

Principals and assistant principals from the represented schools were in attendance, and Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle was the guest speaker during the event.

Abhinaya Uthuyakumar from Troop 3134 at Milton High School was presented with the Gold Award, which is the equivalent to the Boy Scout Eagle Award.

Troop 10755 is composed of fourth-grade girls who all attend King’s Ridge Christian School. The event helped earn the troop their Bronze Award for community service.