GSSNE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT Girl Scouts_2019_ Annual Report_FINAL_reduced2 - Page 15

Bronze. Silver. Gold. These represent the highest honors a Girl Scout can earn. All three awards give Girl Scouts the chance to do big things while working on issues that capture their interest in a big way. Nicole Famiglietti, Sarah Hackey, and Annie Liu were nominated to GSUSA as National Young Women of Distinction due to their exemplary Girl Scout Gold Award projects, and also received scholarships from GSSNE. All awardees were recognized at the annual Girl Scouts Shine ceremony held on May 24, 2018 at Bryant University. Shining bright 55 Bronze Award Girl Scouts Mary Beth Clarke Andrea Gustafson Emily Mathews Multimedia Outreach for Youth Engagement at Christ the King Parish Troop 561, North Kingstown, RI The Big Leap Troop 297, Coventry, RI Dance for Health Troop 297, Coventry, RI Sarah Hackey Katie Mertens Aprenda Española Troop 259, Saunderstown, RI Turning the GEARS: A Guide to All-Inclusive Live Theater Troop 70, Wakefield, RI St. Francis’ Little Friends Church Childcare Troop 626, Wakefield, RI Sarah Deyo Jaqueline Lindstrom Eagle Eyes Troop 873, Attleboro, MA A “Room” to Grow Juliette, Wakefield, RI Bringing a Youth Group to Church Troop 702, Portsmouth, RI Nicole Famiglietti Annie Liu Elizabeth Pekar Technology for Cognitive Function Troop 198, Portsmouth, RI Chinese Culture Handbook Troop 277, East Greenwich, RI Izzy’s Puppet Theater Troop 259, North Kingstown, RI Natalie Guertin Rosalind Lucier Addition to the CCD Curriculum Troop 40, Blackstone, MA Climate Change Children’s Book Troop 70, Wakefield, RI Maia Correll Kyra Obert 48 Silver Award Girl Scouts 14 Gold Award Girl Scouts 4 , 620 Collective hours dedicated to designing and implementing remarkable Highest Award Take Action Projects!