By Cindy Bradley, Contributor

Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066 held their annual bridging ceremony on Monday, November 15. New girls were welcomed and invested into the troop, returning girls were welcomed back and rededicated themselves to always strive to do their best to “live by the Girl Scout Law,” and girls moving from one level of scouting to the next received their bridging bars and walked across the “bridge,” eager to begin their new adventures on the other side.

The newest Brownie Scouts from Troop 30066, L to R, Emily Jagger, Isabella Rice, Marissa LaClair, Mia Paquette and Josephine Webster-Fox. Photos by Cindy Bradley

The newest Brownie Scouts from Troop 30066, L to R, Emily Jagger, Isabella Rice, Marissa LaClair, Mia Paquette and Josephine Webster-Fox. Photos by Cindy Bradley.

Colbie Curler and Kierstan LaClair lighting a candle as part of their bridging ceremony as they prepare to bridge from Brownie to Junior Scouts.

Colbie Curler and Kierstan LaClair lighting a candle as part of their bridging ceremony as they prepare to bridge from Brownie to Junior Scouts.