Girls from three Dublin Girl Scout troops recently earned the highest honor available to Junior Girl Scouts: the Bronze Award.

Girls from three Dublin Girl Scout troops recently earned the highest honor available to Junior Girl Scouts: the Bronze Award.

They are Camryn Redd of St. Brigid of Kildare School, Alyssa King of St. Brigid, Grace Voet of St. Brigid, Vicky Sabo of Scottish Corners Elementary School, Emilie Dehon of Karrer Middle School, Mary Morgan Utt of St. Brigid, Jacqueline Corson of Karrer, Grace Schreiber of St. Brigid, Renee Hopper of Scottish Corners, Olivia Adams-Fisher of Scottish Corners, Leeanna Stamm of Scottish Corners, Emma Keller of Scottish Corners, Emily Byron of Scottish Corners, Lilli Williams of Karrer and Catherine Lee of Karrer.

To earn the Bronze Award, each girl had to spend at least 15 hours designing and completing a service project that benefitted the community and fulfill several other service and leadership requirements.

The girls are members of Troops 50247 of Scottish Corners, 1399 of St. Brigid and 50332 of Karrer.

Additionally, seven Davis Middle School students recently earned the Silver Award, the highest honor available to Cadette Girl Scouts.

They are Breawna Pinard, Elizabeth Barnes, Alyssa Carpenter, Becca Holt, Katie Adamsky, Kaitlin Cameron and Jessica Huot.

To earn the award, each girl had to devote at least 40 hours to developing and executing a community service project and complete 15 hours in a leadership role, among other requirements. All the girls are from Troop 1526.