Scouts of Kansas
Heartland to the
council across the
Join themon April
20, 2013 to do it
are once again
Can Roundup in
conjunctionwith EarthDay in a partnershipwithMidwest Iron &Metal. Troops and
the public are encouraged to bring aluminumcans toMidwest Iron &Metal, 700 S.
Main St, inHutchinson on Saturday, April 20 between 8:00 a.m. and noon to receive
cash for the cans.
For more info, see theGSKHwebsite calendar entry on April 20.
The It’sYour Planet—Love It! Leadership
Dayprojects like reducingwasteand
wastea focusof theirWOW!Wondersof
Water Journey. Seepages56–59of the
girls’ book andpages70–74of theadult
See the “Paper or Plastic”
GETMOVINGbook, and the “Waste,
Energy, andWastedEnergy” section
“crochet” a reusablebag fromplastic
grocerybags after being inspiredby the
profileof “RecycleCindy” onpage41 of
Aspart of theJUSTICE
journey, girlscanchoose to “Do the
Math” onpage44 (StepTwo toward the
Sageaward) onwater bottlesor bags for
oneof their personal commitments to
Juniorscanuse thiseffort for
the “Now,WhatCanYouDo?” challenge
(seepages 18–19of theGETMOVING!
anEarthHour effort by getting familiar
with the informationonelectricityand
air pollutiononpage35of theBREATHE
girls’ book. Theycanalso readabout
makingelectricity sustainable, in the
“Feeling theWindat Your Back” section
shop at the
HutchinsonGirl Scouts presented Roger Crispin of Midwest
Iron&Metal a certificate of appreciation for their cooperation
and support of this initiative.