Category Highest Awards

Going for Gold: Veterans’ Game Room

Emily, a Girl Scout Ambassador from Burlington, noticed a lack of programs for residents of Bedford Green, a permanent supportive housing community for veterans. In response, she decided to create programming that supports skill development in three key areas: social, cooking, and technology. Emily started by converting the storage room into a game room. The […]

Going for Gold: Nature’s Classroom

Research shows that young learners benefit from being outdoors—they retain information better, embrace new environments, sharpen their listening and learning skills, and develop an appreciation for the world around them. Caroline, a Girl Scout Ambassador from Hanover, embraced this research and used it as inspiration for her Gold Award project. Caroline knew local elementary school […]

Going for Gold: Pollinator Garden in Davis Hayfield

Inspired by her knowledge of the importance of pollinators to the environment, Olivia planted a pollinator garden in Davis Hayfield in Boxford. Olivia, a Girl Scout Ambassador from Topsfield, secured donations of 36 pollinator-friendly plants from her community of supporters. The garden includes a sign with QR codes that lead to a plant guide for […]

Two Lexington Girl Scouts Enrich their Communities and Earn Silver Awards

Anika and Pooja, both of Lexington Troop 71775, recently earned the Silver Award, the highest honor that a Girl Scout in grades 6-8 can earn, and the second highest award in Girl Scouting. Anika built a sensory riding trail for a therapeutic horse riding program at BINA Farm Center. With the help of volunteers from […]