The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting; it recognizes girls in grades 9 through 12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through remarkable take action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities and beyond. Since 1916, girls have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, an act that indelibly marks them as accomplished members of their communities and the world. Check out GSSGC’s … Continue reading Gold Award Girls 2017
We learned in Girl Scouts to camp and sail and canoe and tie knots. We learned budgeting through cookie sales and leadership through volunteering. Six of my fellow troop members earned Gold Awards as well. Today, they are pediatricians, journalists and veterinarians. Read More Continue reading Girl Scouts Gold Award Winner: ‘I don’t want to be an Eagle Scout’
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
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)
Nearly 600 people gathered at the Riverside Auditorium and Event Center on Sunday afternoon, April 27, to honor our girls who have earned one of Girl Scouting’s highest awards: the Silver or Gold Award. This year, 137 girls earned the Silver Award and 20 girls took home Gold. All the recipients honored were from San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council CEO Cynthia Breunig; … Continue reading Our best and brightest girls honored on Sunday’s Gold & Silver Awards Gala!
Congratulations to Kayley Headley, of John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, on earning her Girl Scout Gold Award on April 27, 2014! Kayley, a Norco Girl Scout, chose to assist senior citizens for her project. She wanted to help her elders, who, because of various health complications, found it difficult to stay in touch with family and friends. With the assistance of volunteers from … Continue reading GOLD AWARD SPOTLIGHT: Kayley’s cards reconnect seniors with family and friends!
The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio would like to congratulate Amanda Smith on earning her Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting! The seemingly unrelated things of being musically inclined and attending programs at the Hidden Valley Nature Center in Riverside, California, formed the basis for Amanda’s Gold Project. She handcrafted Native American musical instruments with her team of volunteers to educate the public … Continue reading GOLD AWARD SPOTLIGHT: Amanda’s project demonstrates Native American culture!