Girl Scouts of Warwick Celebrate Achievements

WALLKILL – The Girl Scouts of Warwick celebrated their achievements for the 2018-2019 season on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Camp Wendy in Wallkill.

The girls of Troop # 197, Lillian Rother, Paige Reichal, Mya Chocallo, Joli O’Neil, Maiya Cardine, and Erin Foley, were recognized for receiving their Bronze Awards, the highest award for Junior level Girl Scouts. To earn the award, they brought Crayola’s marker recycling program, Colorcycle, to the Warwick School District. They collect used markers, currently at the Warwick Valley Middle School, and ship them to Crayola to recycle. Troop #197 also bridged up to the Cadette Girl Scout level.

Amber Vitoulis of Troop #575 was recognized for earning her Girl Scout Silver Award for creating Butterfly Bags of Hope. Butterfly Bags are backpacks filled with comfort items given to children in foster care, so they don’t have to pack their things in plastic trash bags. This is an ongoing initiative, with donations currently being collected at Sew-cology at Merchant Square in Warwick.

Grace Vitkovsky, Elizabeth Verboys, Grace Serritella, Ellie Pfohl, and Clarice D’Atilico bridged up to the Senior level. Leah Purta bridged to the Junior level, and Ellie Schlichting bridged up to Brownie Girl Scouts.

Girls Scouts learn to be leaders, help others, volunteer, do good in their community, and make the world a better place. A variety of activities are enjoyed by the Girl Scouts of Warwick, as each troop plans its own adventures. More information about Girl Scouts may be found at

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