Girl Scouts’ Highest Award Recipients Honored


2012 Highest Awards - Denver

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This year more than 1,000 Girl Scouts across the state of Colorado have received one of Girl Scouts’ Highest Awards (the Bronze, Silver or Gold Award).

A ceremony to honor some of these recipients took place on Monday evening, April 30th, at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch.

Photos from the event can be viewed via the link above, and below is a highlight video from the event. And here is some of the media coverage we’ve placed on our Gold Awardees:

And also take a minute to check out the Celebration Program from the event on our website. You will surely be inspired by what our Girl Scouts who have earned our top honor, the Gold Award, have done! If you find a favorite project, vote for it on our blog here*, and share it with your friends on social media to spread the word on how Girl Scouts are making a difference!

*If you can’t find your favorite project on the list on the first page, look for the link at the bottom of the page to be routed to further honoree stories. Once you find the one you want, click on the link, and look for the stars at the top of the page to vote.

About Amanda Kalina, Director of Public Relations, Girl Scouts of Colorado

A lifelong Girl Scout who is proud to be helping the next generation become leaders of courage, confidence and character!
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2 Responses to Girl Scouts’ Highest Award Recipients Honored

  1. Victoria says:

    What a great event! These were some great examples of leadership and confidence all wrapped up in a high school girl package. So thrilled about my own child’s Silver award and the amazing company she was in. Most important – my other daughters can’t wait to get to their Silver and Gold!

  2. Pingback: Colorado Springs hosts Highest Awards Event | Girl Scouts of Colorado Blog

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