Gold Award Recipients

The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest recognition in Girl Scouting. An award with national standards, it acknowledges an individual’s accomplishments, leadership, commitment, creativity, and personal effort to make the world a better place. Each Girl Scout Gold Award project addresses community needs and improves lives, while the process itself builds a young woman’s personal leadership skills and inspires others to community action. Above all, the achievement of the Girl Scout Gold Award helps a girl understand the difference one person can make, what one girl in a leadership role can do, and how one girl’s vision can inspire positive change.

Every girl can make a difference in the world.
Here are 32 golden examples...

 

Melanie

Melanie Borglund of Westborough
Animals Have Feelings, Too!

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Rachel

Rachel Bryan of Westborough
Ninos en Mèxico

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Jennifer

Jennifer Cote of Lancaster
We’re Not Invincible!

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Maria

Maria Coughlin of Auburn
Scout It Out
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Eve

Eve Falk of Monson
Introducing Monson to Tennis

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Alexandra

Alexandra Fusari of South Hadley
Uncle Mark’s Place

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Nora

Nora Gallo of Amherst
Safe Hands, Safe Hearts: End Dating Violence

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Jacqueline

Jacqueline Galvinhill of Rutland
I Pledge Allegiance to a More Accepting America

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Diana

Diana Gerberich of Wilbraham
Beautification of Gazebo Park and Civil War Monument
in Honor of Wilbraham’s 250th Anniversary

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Elizabeth

Elizabeth Hastings of Westborough
The Impact: Life After a Concussion

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Madeleine Hettich of Harvard
How Full is Your Bucket?

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Allyson

Allyson Huntoon of Hadley
Strokes: Know the Signs
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Elyssa

Elyssa Katz of South Hadley
Making Reading Fun, for Everyone!

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Starrlenna Lafleur of Chicopee
Fit for Fun

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Colleen

Colleen Lindberg of Holden
School Survival Kits for Refugees

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Katherine

Katherine McKeon of West Boylston
West Boylston High School American Red Cross Club

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Katherine

Mae Moskin of Hadley
Girl to Girl: A Resource Guide for Girls in Pioneer Valley

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Katherine

Katherine Nikopoulos of Westborough
Siblings Need You!

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Kelly

Kelly O’Shea of Harvard
Blizzard Bags

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Bridget

Bridget Owen of Northborough
Healthy Food is Fun

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Alyssa Pfannenstiel of Northborough
Community Advocate

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Bridget

Lyndsey Pisano of South Hadley
Melodies for Memories

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Dabney Rauh of Agawam
Help for Haiti

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Sarah Richard of Belchertown
ABC - Arts, Books and Children

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Therese Stone of Westborough
Green Ideals

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Jane Sullebarger of Harvard
Harvard Styrofoam Recyling Program

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Colleen Sullivan of Holden
Rectory Remake and Photography Phun

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Ariel Thompson of Northborough
Peaceful Prayers and Playful Pals

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Gabrielle Tucker of North Grafton
Lake View Elementary School Library

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Emma Wang of Ashburnham
Young Green Visions

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Emily Wiegand of Jefferson
Action Eliminates Disaster

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Elizabeth Wig of Northborough
Helping the Northborough Food Pantry

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