Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post See Image Gallery. Annabella Smith, 11, of Fallbrook Girl Scout Troop 4317 jumps on a shovel during the installation of a peace garden at Jackie Heyneman Park on Sept. 7. The garden is a community service project for the sixth grade girls. Members of Fallbrook Girl Scout Troop 4317, from left, Kirra Hogan, Audrey Gilcrist, Sarah Real, Jenny Johnston, Annabella Smith, Phebe Bridges, Gillian Louden, Maiya Romero, Mimi Meacham, Cassie Ramirez, and Emma Mings celebrate the peace garden at Jackie Heyneman Park on Sept. 7. Not pictured: Maya Rink. Girl Scout Emma Mings, 11, scrapes dirt to level the ground to place her mosaic stone in the peace garden Troop 4317 was creating in Jackie Heyneman Park on Sept. 7. The completion of the peace garden will result in the sixth grade troop The handcrafted mosaic stone design of footprints was created by Girl Scout Audrey Gilcrist, 11. The leaders of Troop 4317 are Amy Romero and Jackie Smith. Jenny Johnston, 11, describes her vision of how the mosaic stones should be laid for the community peace garden being installed for her Girl Scout Troop (4317) on Sept. 7. Scouts Cassie Ramirez, 11, Mimi Meacham, 11, Jenny Johnston 11, and Emma Mings communicate ideas for the construction of Troop 4317 Girl Scouts create a peace garden at Fallbrook’s Jackie Heyneman Park added by Newsroom on September 12, 2013 View all posts by Newsroom → 2 Responses to "Girl Scouts create a peace garden at Fallbrook’s Jackie Heyneman Park" wildheart September 12, 2013 at 4:09 pm Really enjoyed this article and photos. Creating and maintaining the Peace Garden is a wonderful opportunity for the girls and their helpers and for our community and visitors to enjoy. Thank you for your positive efforts and energies! Reply Lee September 13, 2013 at 7:20 am There again, some REAL heroes trying to build a better and more peaceful tomorrow. Great job, girls! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.