The Gold Award Support Committee meets every third Wednesday of the month. Proposal must be submitted two weeks prior to the meeting date to be reviewed. Meetings are at our Bedford Service Center or can be setup online via video conference.
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The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. Girls who earn this award show their courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place.
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award that Girl Scout Seniors and Girl Scout Ambassadors can earn. Fulfilling the requirements for the Girl Scout Gold Award starts with completing two Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador Journeys, or having earned the Silver Award and completing one Senior or Ambassador Journey. Each Journey you complete gives you the skills you need to plan and implement your Take Action project.
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Corinne’s desire to share her passion for music with others motivated her to create a music education program to benefit the campers of Camp Allen. Working with local musicians, she coordinated a Music Education day which introduced students to various forms of music including ukulele lessons. Corinne also donated a collection of musical instruments so that campers can continue to pursue their interest in music for summers to come.
Inspired by the incredible stories of the Pelham VFW, Kathryn was determined to increase the awareness of the VFW’s impact on her community and the lives of veterans. Working with current post members, her community, the Post and State VFW and Ladies Auxiliary members, Kathryn’s final product, a video history of the three decades of the Post, was shared at a recent Thirty Year Celebration. Because of Kathryn’s hard work, the stories of many veterans will be able to be remembered by her community.
Concerned about the amount of time children spend watching television and listening to electronic devices, Maya was inspired to create an outdoor education facility for Harold Martin School. With over 333 hours of planning, building and time spent working with students, Maya built 6 round picnic tables with pressure treated wood that will allow students to enjoy the out-of-doors while at school for many years to come. Maya also created a brochure about being outside to share with classes.
Inspired to provide a beautiful place for Camp Allen campers to learn about the environment, Natalie created an onsite interpretive nature trail. She constructed weatherproof posts to house information about the plants and animals that visitors might encounter on the trail. Additional information was shared through a brochure and website. Because of her hard work, campers and visitors will be better able to appreciate the natural flora and fauna of the area.
Concerned with the decline in state and federal grants to support Bridges (a non-profit agency dedicated to helping victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse) and the rise in incidences of domestic violence, Kaitlyn took action to stop the cycle of domestic violence by creating a video documentary on the many aspects of domestic violence as seen through the eyes of the Bridges organization. The video and Kaitlyn’s hard work will continue to benefit her community for many years to come.
Motivated by how the issue of bullying was impacting her school, Anna worked to spark a conversation between students and teachers by creating a video addressing the issue. “Stand Up!” included students from all aspects of Anna’s high school. The movie has already inspired students from across the state to take a stand against bullying. Through the 30-minute video and a club established by Anna, will continue to make a difference for each class that enters Goffstown High School.