Scouts and Girl Guides’ community project success
MANSFIELD Joey Scouts and Girl Guides have been busy sewing bears for those in trauma.
The students, aged between five and eight years old, embarked on a community project which involved working together to build soft cuddly buddy bears to be donated to the Mansfield District Hospital for urgent care patients that may be doing it tough due to an injury or medical incident.
The idea of the project is for young members of the community to help create a better world, and make a positive change by being active citizens within the community.
As part of their promise and law, Scouts and Girl Guides do good turns and help others, even if it is a small action.
The Joey Scouts and Girls Guides had their final buddy bear meet on Monday, June 4, where they delivered the bears and had a tour of the urgent care facilities of the Mansfield District Hospital.
The project was made possible by the wonderful staff at the Mansfield hospital.
Thank you to the leaders and parents who made this project possible.
CUDDLY BEARS: Mansfield Joey Scouts and Girl Guides have been busy creating bears for patients in urgent care.
TOUR GUIDE: On June 4, Mansfield Joey Scouts and Girl Guides had a tour of the urgent care facilities of Mansfield District Hospital.