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Indian Hills Elementary
Washington Township, MIUSA
We decorated 500 bags!
About our project: We have been working with Krogers for about 4 years to participate in this community outreach program.
submitted on 4/28/2016
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan Community 01
Swartz Creek, MIUSA
We decorated 100 bags!
About our project: Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies celebrated Earth Day 2015 at For-Mar Nature Preserve in Burton by completing It's Your Planet- Love It! activities. Daisies earned their Clover petal and decorated grocery bags with Use Resources Wisely messages. Brownies worked on their WOW! (Wonders of Water) Journey and decorated bags with messages about saving and protecting Earth's water supply. The program was held the Sunday before Earth Day and the bags were used on Earth Day at a couple local markets.
submitted on 5/13/2015
Ann Arbor, MIUSA
We decorated 100 bags!
About our project: Trader Joe's was really great about loaning us any number of bags we needed. They actually gave us enough so that we can do it again next year. One thing that some children did was to cut a white circle out of paper and glue it to the bag - it really made their picture/message "pop". A planning/idea/brainstorming sheet helped them get started.
submitted on 4/23/2014
We decorated 560 bags!
About our project: We love this project! The kids enjoy decorating the bags and learning about keeping the Earth healthy and then sharing this information with the community!
submitted on 4/20/2013
Osborn - Academy of Math, Science & Technology
We decorated 80 bags!
About our project: The high school students at the Academy of Math, Science & Technology enjoyed designing educational Earth Day bags. The stores that donated our bags were excited about helping to increase environmental awareness within the community. This was an excellent project which gave students an opportunity to showcase creativity and make a difference in their neighborhood.
submitted on 4/23/2012