Gold Award Marks its 100th Anniversary
Gold Award Girl Scouts change the world. They’ve conducted workshops to prevent girls from becoming victims of violent crimes, established science labs and classroom curriculum for a school in Siri Lanka, taught elementary school student how to plant and maintain a community garden, and so much more. Gold Award Girl Scouts demonstrate leadership and a passion for making the world a better place.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts highest award. Since 1916, Girl Scouts have gained proficiency in skills and taken action to serve their community. This year, 163 Gold Award Girl Scouts in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia have left a legacy in their communities. On Saturday, May 14, we honored Girl Scouts who earned their Gold Award and Silver Trefoil at the In Your Honor ceremony at Trinity Washington University. Click here to see photos from the event. To read the remarks from our keynote speaker, Barbara Krumsiek, click here.
Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital awarded 11 Girl Scouts with a Gold Award Scholarship of $2,000. And one Gold Award Girl Scout wh...