Orange County Girl Scout, Kendall C., receives Gold Award

Kendall C., from Orange County.

Congratulations to Girl Scout Kendall C., from Orange County, on receiving her Gold Award. Read more about Kendall's project and the Gold Award below!

For her Gold Award project, Kendall started a Green Club at Oak Ridge Military Academy so other cadets at her school could participate in the care and management of the school grounds.  The club charter will be to accomplish environmentally oriented service projects to beautify and improve the school grounds.  In addition to founding the club, Kendall organized the repair of a bridge, construction of a compost bin and a future butterfly bush planting. 

The council congratulates Kendall on this tremendous achievement and contribution to her community!

About the Gold Award

Awarded to fewer than six percent of Girl Scouts annually, the Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouts, a shining example of what a girl can achieve while working towards her high school graduation. Each year, girls Go Gold by demonstrating extraordinary leadership through remarkable take action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities and beyond. 

Approximately one million Girl Scouts have earned the Gold Award or its equivalent since 1916. Learn more about the Gold Award and the award's guidelines.