She's earned one of the Highest Awards in Girl Scouts. She's shown the world and herself, that if she can dream it, she can do it – and the future is hers. Now, it's time to celebrate her!
Join us in Fargo, ND to recognize Girl Scouts who have earned their Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards this past year. Adult members who have made a significant impact and earned a Council or GSUSA Award will also be recognized.
Gold Award Girl Scouts are the dreamers and the doers who take “make the world a better place” to the next level. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the mark of the truly remarkable—proof that not only can she make a difference, but that she already has. Seniors and Ambassadors who earn the Gold Award tackle issues dear to them and drive lasting change in their communities and beyond.
Brookings, SD | History of the Park
Grand Forks, ND | Welcoming Flower Beds
Fergus Falls, MN | Giving Back to the Prairie
Jamestown, ND | A Better Vision for Everyone
Fergus Falls, MN | Bee and Butterfly Habitat
Hartford, SD | A Park for Small Yet Mighty Dogs
Hartford, SD | Tail Wagging Fun for All
Roslyn, SD | Church Mural and Fellowship Hall Painting
Oakes, ND | Hockenberry Park Equipment
Dilworth, MN | Family Time Outdoors
Mei Lin O'Connell
Rapid City, SD | Charm Farm Shelters
Minot, ND | Cemetary Restoration
Jamestown, ND | No Excuses for School
Moorhead, MN | Soulful Spices
Bismarck, ND | Book Club for Girls
Mandan, ND | Fleece Hugs for Foster Kids
When Girl Scout Cadettes focus on an issue they care about, learn the facts, and take action to make a difference; they gain the confidence and skills that will catapult them to lifelong success. It all adds up to the Girl Scout Silver Award—the highest honor a Cadette can achieve.
Troop 10048 | Holiday Lights
Harmony B, Rylee B, MaKayla C, Lucy M, Marie S
Troop 20913 | Play with Your Food
Lily G, Kamdon H, Hallie H
Troop 30133 | Little Free Library and Book Drive
Troop 30153 | Helping Women and Children in our Community
Kaitlyn B, Melayna B, Abigail J, Madelyn J, Kaybrin M, Maiah S
Troop 31027 | Restock the VCSU Resource Pantry So No College Student Goes Hungry
Troop 40038 | Disability Swings
Catherine D, Ada Strunk
Troop 40118 | Recycled Tire Pet Beds
Troop 40203 | Reviving Girl Scouts
Madison B, Kelsey F, Izzy L, Jaden L, Macee M, Callie S
Troop 40740 | Benches for TDAF
Kelsey E, Aaliyah V
Troop 41423 | Flag Pole
Caley B, Payton R, MacKenzie Z
Troop 44224 | Bird Houses
Alyzia G, Brooklynn V
Troop 50579 | Feeding Kids a Step at a Time
Emalene R, Alayna W
Troop 70022 | Wags and Whiskers Pet Show
Olivia H, Riley T
Troop 86703 | Childrens Room Upgrade
Kylie E, Moira P, Rylie W, Marlee W
When Girl Scout Juniors team up to make a difference in their community, they learn essential leadership skills, discover new passions, and watch how seemingly small actions make a big difference. It all adds up to the Girl Scout Bronze Award—the highest honor a Junior can achieve.
Troop 20204 | Girl Scout Carnival
Brynn A, Rowan F, Lydia S, Tenlee S, Brooklyn S, Lexi W
Troop 20641 | Cat Hidy-Holes
Brynn B, Solvei F, Tayla M, Payton P, Tia Y
Troop 30455 | Animal Enrichment
Liberty J, Elise K
Troop 30555 | Redecoration of a Space
Evalynn L, Keely L, Ana M, Rebekah S
Troop 30558 | Toys for Dogs
Elise B, Rylan C, Alexis F, Zoey H, Aerowyn M, Alyss S, Amira T, Jayden V, MacKenlee W, Harper W
Troop 30652 | Painting Wooden Tables at All of Oakes Parks
Gabriella D, Isabella H, Mia M, Ava O, Natalie P, Sydney D
Troop 30880 | Operation Save Dogs and Cats
Hanna A, Anna B, Haley L, Jacelynn N
Troop 31005 | Painting Wooden Tables at All of Oakes Parks
Brooklyn M, Jayla P
Troop 31007 | Earth Day Neighborhood Clean Up
Elise H, Abigail W
Troop 31027 | Tennis Ball Libraries
Kaydence B, Cassandra H, Adriana T, Kaitlyn W, Cambrie W, Khloie Y
Troop 40203 | Spa Day
Samantha E, Tegan H, Claire T
Troop 40243 | Helping Animals
Bella E, Miranda K, Sophia N
Troop 40262 | Mission Captain Underpants
Sienna D, Lucy H, Natalia L, Gwynith S
Troop 40270 | Fur-Ever Friend: What it Takes to Care for your Pet
Brooklyn B, Ava B, Lexi B, Alexa D, Alana D, Hannah G, Avery L
Troop 40290 | Planted Flowers at the Battleship Memorial
Nora A, Isabella A, Riley H, Isabella O, Mya T
Troop 40703 | Paws Full of Hope
Eva B, Lily B, Alexa C, Jasmine H, Cassidy M, Rachel R, Janaya T
Troop 40923 | Pillow Cases for Children's Inn
Troop 57114 | Humane Society Handbook
Troop 74023 | Caring for Critters
Laurel C, Sophie F, Jaisa H, Sonnie Y
Troop 76318 | Think Like an Engineer
Marley B, Jayla C, Elizabeth G, Charli L, Elin N, Aislinn P, Lilyann S, Myah T
Troop 83049 | Little Free Library
Julia B, Hadley B, Brynn D, Lyla E, Anna G, Ava H, Reese S, Sophia W
Troop 83056 | Helping to Make a Different at Furry Friends Rockin' Rescue
Arabella A, Freyja R, Danica S, Kylee C, Naia C
Troop 83842 | Fantastic Food Drive
Harper B, Ember F, Kimberlynn K, Trinity N, Lily V, Isabella V, Reese W
Recognizes an individual’s exemplary service in support of delivering the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE). This service, which had measurable impact on one service area, helps the council reach and surpass its mission-delivery goals for that area.
Thief River Falls Service Unit
Recognizes a lifetime of achievement by a Girl Scout volunteer. This award demonstrates a volunteer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty for 20 or more years.
Redfield Service Unit
Recognizes a volunteer whose leadership and enthusiasm for Girl Scouts has ignited a flame of excellence that is passed to members of the council. This flame sustains the passion for Girls Scouts among girls, volunteers and staff, and preserves Girl Scouting for years to come.
Rushmore Service Unit
Rushmore Service Unit
Recognizes a volunteer who honors Girl Scout traditions and history while embracing the interests of girls today.
Brookings County Service Unit
Recognizes a volunteer whose outstanding service is inspiring to those around them and is an example of an ideal Girl Scout volunteer.
Jackie Owen | Barnes County Service Unit
Maria Boltjes | Brookings County Service Unit
Emma Callahan | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
Jamie Buswell | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
Veronica Carolan | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
Heather Schwenn | Milbank Service Unit
Lisa Fosburg | Prairie Rose Service Unit
Wendilee Solomon | Red River Valley Service Unit
Becky Herman | Sakakawea Service Unit
Maggie Townsend | Sakakawea Service Unit
Rebecca Wells | Sheyenne Service Unit
Tracy Boehm | Sheyenne Service Unit
Michelle Kloos | Watertown Service Unit
Recognizes dads or other male figures who have provided outstanding service to Girl Scouts.
Tom Lambert | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
Justin Bjarnason | Grand Traills Service Unit
Jeff Olson | Jamestown Service Unit
Donavon Jorissen | Sheyenne Service Unit
Shane Reardon | Sheyenne Service Unit
Recognizes a volunteer who has fully embraced their first year in a new role in Girl Scouts with energy and passion and has performed outstanding work in their first year.
Jamie Fryslie | Brookings County Service Unit
Jessica Cherenegar | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
Lacey Urlacher | Dickinson Service Unit
Nichole Domke | Jamestown Service Unit
Calliope Young | Red River Valley Service Unit
Kaylin McIntosh | Redfield Service Unit
Nicole Smith | Redfield Service Unit
Stacey Banister | Redfield Service Unit
Recognizes a volunteer who provides excellent service in a supporting role whose efforts often go unnoticed.
Justin Howard | Aberdeen Service Unit
Susan Gonsor | Aberdeen Service Unit
Tammy Sadowsky | Dickinson Service Unit
Cheryl Dewald | Jamestown Service Unit
Daniell Baxter | Rushmore Service Unit
Karen Pearson | Rushmore Service Unit
Jennifer Garcia | Prairie Rose Service Unit
Recognizes a group in the community that has been consistently supportive of Girl Scouts.
Child's Play Toys | Dakota Sunrise Service Unit
St. Paul's United Methodist Church | Jamestown Service Unit
Matt's Automotive | Red River Valley Service Unit
Rapid City Rush | Rushmore Service Unit
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Read the stories behind this year's award recipients.
Samantha took action to update a park in her town.
Milla was focused on child literacy for her Gold Award Project.
Emily worked to raise awareness around blindness and low vision.
Rose earned her Gold Award with her Soulful Spices Project.
Emily recognized a need for a family-friendly outdoor space.
Haley tapped into her creative side for her project.
Olivia's worked to provide school supplies to kids in need.
Mackenzine works to combat climate change with her Gold Award project.
Shelby donated blankets and toiletry kits to children in the foster care system.
Elizabeth worked to preserve a historical cemetery to earn her Gold Award.
Norah focused on conservation to earn her Gold Award.