Organizers gathered scouts from North and South Dakota to be honored with Bronze, Silver, and Gold awards for their impact on their local communities. Some girl scouts have been working toward this goal for 12 years and say Girl Scouts builds character, confidence, and leadership skills.
And there were awards for moms and dads who volunteer to help lead the Girl Scouts as well.
“It feels absolutely amazing, almost makes me want to cry because I’m so excited to finally see all of my skills and my project all come together and know that I have made it,” said Grace Payton, Gold award winner.
We’re told that only 6% of Girl Scouts in America get the Gold Award.
Adult Award Recipients
Gold Award Girl Scouts
Silver Award Girl Scouts