Local Girl Scouts Pitch In With Recycling Sign

From left to right, Sheridan Mayor John Heath lends a  hand while Girl Scout Cassidy Fisk and Mackenzie Martini hang their recycling sign Thursday at Marshall Park in Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)
From left to right, Sheridan Mayor John Heath lends a hand while Girl Scout Cassidy Fisk and Mackenzie Martini hang their recycling sign Thursday at Marshall Park in Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Two local Girl Scouts are doing their part in getting the word out about recycling. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.


As part of the take action project for their journey called “agent of change” , Junior Girl Scouts with Troop #1175 Mackenzie Martini and Cassidy Fisk recently approached officials with the City of Sheridan about a sign they'd made encouraging recycling in Sheridan. City Engineer Lane Thompson.

Thursday afternoon, the girls hung one of their recycling signs at Marshall Park in Sheridan. Martini explains what inspired them to address recycling.

Fisk said that they had a lot of fun with the project.

Plans are to hang additional signs in Washington and Kendrick Park.

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Girl Scout Mackenzie Martini, left, watches as her fellow Girl Scout Cassidy Fisk works on the sign. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Girl Scout Cassidy Fisk, left, watches as her fellow Girl Scout Mackenzie Martini ties the sign to the fence. (Photo by Ron Richter)
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