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2014 Gold Award Girl Scouts

ALBANY, NY (05/22/2014)(readMedia)-- On Sunday, May 18, 2014, 14 girls received the highest honor from Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York, the Girl Scout Gold Award. Open only to girls in high school, this prestigious award challenges girls to change the world-or at least their corner of it-and be eligible for college scholarships, too. By the time a Girl Scout puts the final touches on her seven-step project, she will have solved a community problem-not only in the short term, but for years into the future. To read the project overviews, click here. Event Supporter – 1st National Bank of Scotia.

The 2014 Gold Award Girl Scouts:

Jennifer Appleton, Niskayuna, NY –Rainbow Room Redo at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Glenville, NY

Rebecca Barber, Ticonderoga, NY –Community Garden & Ticonderoga Youth Farmers Market

Kristin Connolly, Troy, NY –Blossom with Books

Caroline Conti, Broadalbin, NY –Guiding Eyes for the Blind

Samantha Craig, Saratoga Springs, NY –Stories for Me

Marie DeMarco, East Greenbush, NY – BAND-AID: A Benefit Concert and Instrument Collection

Jenette Dziezynski, Niskayuna, NY – Learning Sign Language: The Spanish Edition

Kathryn Fortune, Saratoga Springs, NY – Cooking is for Everyone

Lissa Herzing, Valatie, NY – Take the Show on the Road

Margaret Longo, Glenville, NY – Grow a Healthy Heart

Amanda Mullaney, Niskayuna, NY – Interpretive Nature Trail & Scavenger Hunt

Brenna Rosen, Gansevoort, NY – Going to Bat for Bats

Ashley Rothe, Greenville, NY – Hope for the Holidays

Katherine Wainwright, Delmar, NY – Veggie Might


About Girl Scouts:

Girl Scouts is the largest girl-serving organization in the U.S. and is focused on leadership development for girls grades K-12. Having celebrated 100 years in 2012 of building girls of courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place, Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York serves 11,000 girls and 5,000 volunteers throughout *15 counties: Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren & Washington. Offices are located in Albany, Halfmoon, Queensbury and Plattsburgh. For more information: GSNENY.ORG or (518) 489-8110.