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When it comes to changing the world, Gold Award Girl Scouts take the lead. Meet 10 extraordinary girls who possess the passion and the grit it takes to become a Gold Award Girl Scout. Each tackled an issue in her community and created a solution that brought lasting change to the world. Watch and you’ll see why the Girl Scout Gold Award is the mark of the truly remarkable.Continue >
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20 May 2020
Troop 73 showed their giving spirit by donating money to a local GoFundME campaign for food deliveries along with Girl Scout Cookies to front-line workers.
12 May 2020
Junior Girl Scout, Payton Devoe, wanted to spread some joy to the residents at a local nursing home by painting hearts on their windows and flowers in the snow.
09 May 2020
Taylor discovered that food insecurity doesn't just affect people, it affects their pets too. For her Silver Award project, she focused on addressing this issue.