There’s Gold. And then there’s National Gold. Every year, GSUSA honors 10 girls for their outstanding Gold Award projects that activate change in their communities and the world. They’re called the National Young Women of Distinction. If you consider yourself college bound, it’s not a bad idea to aim for Gold and beyond. The Kappa Delta Foundation affirms its commitment to girls by providing $50,000 in … Continue reading Going For Gold? Want To Stand Out From The Crowd?
By Isabel P, Senior Girl Reporter Fifty stars of white and thirteen stripes of red. We know this iconic image as Old Glory, The Stars and Stripes, The Star-Spangled Banner or simply as “our flag.” But there is much more to learn about the Red, White and Blue than one might imagine. Sure, most people know that there are fifty stars for fifty states, but … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | United, We Learn
On Saturday, April 9, 2016 it was the pleasure of the San Gorgonio Council to present forty-six young women with their Gold Awards. The ceremony took place in the ballroom of the historic Fox Theater in Redlands, Ca. It was there – beneath crystal and wrought iron chandeliers, draped tapestries of red and gold velvet, and art deco mirrors – that these amazing “Gold Girls” were honored… READ MORE Continue reading GSSGC Celebrates 46 Recipients at 100th Anniversary of the Gold Award
One of our first-ever Girl Reporters just finished this story on the Gold and Silver Awards Gala last month. Read what Kassidy has to say!
Eighteen wonderful women earned their Gold Award at the Gold and Silver Awards Gala in Riverside, Ca. on April 19, 2015. The Gold Award is the highest award any Girl Scout can earn and only 6 percent of all Girl Scouts earn their Gold. Each girl was strongly passionate about something that could help the community…. Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Shine At Gold & Silver Gala
We are proud to announce this year’s 2015 Gold Award Recipients. The girls will receive their awards at the Gold & Silver Gala on April 19, 2015 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium. Continue reading Congratulations to our 2015 Gold Award Girls!
A Look Back at our 2011 National Young Woman of Distinction, Antonia! Continue reading A Look Back at our 2011 National Young Woman of Distinction
By Mary Smithers, Girl Scout Mom My daughter, Chrissy, (who many of you know) did her Gold Award at her high school about four years ago. Her take action project was on teenage drunk driving awareness. She brought together the local police, fire department, ambulance, and county coroner, along with students from the local beauty college to do the gory makeup on pre-selected popular students at … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK: A proud mama shares how her daughter’s Gold Award continues to shine!
Here’s a quick update about our 2014 Gold Award Girl Abigail! Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient Abigail Sanford received an official proclamation by the Palm Desert City Council on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the Civic Center Council Chamber in Palm Desert, Ca. She was officially recognized for completing her Gold Award project, Skills On Wheels, which taught public safety on the road. “Safety has always been … Continue reading May 22, 2014 is officially Abigail Sanford Day in the city of Palm Desert!
This is part two of our 2014 Gold Award Media Day report, featuring interviews with Abigail Sanford, Rebecca Sieruga, Amanda Jayasekara, Summer Sofrea, Cristina Madalo, Natalie Jarmon, Angela Covic, Amanda Smith and Kayley Headley. Please adjust your settings to 1080p HD for best quality! Continue reading VIDEOS: 2014 Gold Award Media Day Interviews (part two)
This is part one of our 2014 Gold Award Media Day report, featuring interviews with Brook Howay, Alannah Gavuzzi, Alleyna Dougherty, Claudia Herbert, Casmira Shilling, Carley Potter, Kory Johnson, and Hannah Long. Please set your viewing settings to 720p HD for best quality! Continue reading VIDEO: 2014 Gold Award Media Day Interviews (part one)