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PTC Girl Scouts earn Gold Awards

Congratulations to all the girls in Girl Scouts in Peachtree City who earned their Gold Award this year.

Each of these girls completed a Gold Award project of over 80 hours of work after they completed many leadership hours and completed a Journey Award.

Each girl created and executed her own individual project. There were 16 projects in all.

Several projects were at the Community Garden, one scout organized costumes for a community theater, one scout collected books for a library in a school in Kenya, one scout worked with the Hero Box project, and one scout organized a club for students at McIntosh High School.

Each project is a special effort on the Girl Scouts’ part to make the world a better place.

Pictured are (front, L-R) Courtney Stone, Mora Darling, Allie Sainsbury, Lauren Worley; (middle) Courtni Macon, Sarah Curry, Alicia Olszeski, Grace Nelmes, Rachel Stewart; (back) Katherine Mitchell, Emily Higgins, Sara Nelmes and Loretta Pellegrinelli.

Not pictured are Lauren Bosma, Natalie Dolak and Cyrina Thomas. Photo/Amy Vassey.


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