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Building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

 Spotlight on YOU!

So... what are YOU up to in Girl Scouts?

We want to know!  Here, we'll spotlight YOUR stories!

Are you traveling?  Doing community service?  Showcasing your courage, confidence and character?  We know you are!   So, email us your stories, photos and videos of YOU in action and we'll post it all here to share with all of your Girl Scout sisters!
Contact: Tara Nobles at tnobles@gshg.org

For her Gold Award project, McKinley Anderson presented A Journey to Change, a play that she wrote, produced and directed! At the age of 6, McKinley joined the Girl Scouts and began performing in Gingerbread Players of Theatre Guild Valdosta plays. Having performed in productions such as “Babes in Toyland,” “The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe,” as well as the Guild show “To Kill a Mockingbird,’ McKinley knew she wanted to try her hand at creating a show for the stage as her Gold Award project.  Read the recent article about McKinley from the Valdosta Daily Times.

For her Gold Award project, Rachel Helling addressed the issue of poor literacy rates.  She sought to increase the love of reading by encouraging kids to read and to gain more reading knowledge. The project benefited children who attended Jenkins-White Charter Elementary School in downtown Augusta and their families.  Great job, Rachel!  Here's a few photos of her  in action!


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