Babylon Town Supervisor Rich Schaffer and Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez recently honored Girl Scout Juniors and Girl Scout Cadettes from Lindenhurst’s Troop 382 for receiving their Bronze and Silver Awards. Supervisor Schaffer and Deputy Supervisor Martinez joined with Assemblyman Robert Sweeney, Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffrey, Lindenhurst Village Deputy Mayor Michael Lavorata and Trustee Joan Masterson in congratulating the girl scouts on their achievements. The Girl Scout Cadettes were awarded their Silver Awards for various projects that they completed in the community, including a self-esteem awareness program for young girls, hosting a Pet Adoption Day, making washable cat beds for the Town of Babylon Animal Shelter, a food drive for Last Hope Animal Rescue and working to restore a garden at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Silver Awards are the highest honor awarded to Girl Scout Cadettes, which is the rank awarded to girl scouts from sixth to eighth grade. Girl Scout Juniors consist of girl scouts from fourth and fifth grade and are awarded the Bronze Award. The Girl Scout Juniors from Troop 382 received their Bronze Awards for the completion of their project, which was to collect used and unwanted crayons from local schools, which were then made into camp fire starters. Pictured in the first row from left to right at Mr. Daniel E. Giordano, Superintendent of Lindenhurst School District; Kylie Hess; Nicole O’ Connor; Emily Gollinge; Lauren Harder; Nicole Rinaldi; Elizabeth Fontanilles; and Supervisor Schaffer. Second row: Deputy Mayor Lavorata; Irene Swartz; Claudia Casquarelli; Stephanie Watt; Kimberly Watt; Sarah Tonjes; Illiani Phillips; and Assemblyman Sweeney. Third row: Kathy Rinaldi, Troop 382 Leader; Legislator McCaffrey; Barbara Tonjes, Troop 382 Leader; Deputy Supervisor Martinez; Trustee Masterson; and Ed Wiggins of State Senator Phil Boyle’s office. Pictured in the front row are Mr. Daniel E. Giordano, Superintendent of Lindenhurst School District; Yana Vilchynskaya; Allison Watt; Margaret Tonjes; Alica Rutowicz; Caitlyn Webb; Supervisor Schaffer and Assemblyman Sweeney. Behind them are Deputy Mayor Lavorata; Kathy Rinaldi, Troop 382 Leader; Legislator McCaffrey; Barbara Tonjes, Troop 382 Leader; Deputy Supervisor Martinez; Trustee Masterson; and Ed Wiggins of State Senator Phil Boyle’s office.