Three girl scouts and former students have developed and implemented a project to improve an area at the entrance of the school.
Nicole Marques, Leah Frattellone, and Kelly Weinborg, who are completing their silver award for Girl Scouts, decided earlier this year to spread the importance of friendship and show the benefits through a whirligig.
They chose Lincoln-Titus as the site for the Whirligig because they each attended the elementary school and it signifies where their friendships began. Frattellone and Marques now attend Walter Panas High School and Weinborg is a student at .
The girl's project included clearing and replanting the front garden bed. Additionally, they designed, made and installed the current structure representing friendship known as a "Whirligig."
Last month, they held an evening event for other troops to further spread the importance of friendship.