Girls Scouts Honored with Gold Awards

Girls Scouts Honored with Gold Awards
Madeline Ferretti of Green Cove Springs stands next to her Essential Cupboards/Blessings Box project, which yielded her a 2024 Girl Scout Gold Award.

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council recognized 13 members of the 2024 Girl Scout Gold Award class who earned the highest award in Girl Scouting, the Gold Award, on Sunday, April 21 at the Florida State University Alumni Center Ballroom.

The 2024 honorees identified issues in their communities, took action, and found or created solutions to earn their awards, addressing real-life problems such as environmental sustainability, racial justice, mental and physical well-being, and gender inequality in STEM.

The Council’s 2024 Gold Award Girl Scouts are Laney Clark of Cantonment, Ryan Clark of Cantonment, Kristen Cooper of Gainesville, Kendal Coreil of Panama City Beach, Kyra Creech of Palm Coast, Augustina DeLapp of Gulf Breeze, Madeline Ferretti of Green Cove Springs, Claire Fisher of Gainesville, Ann Harbert of Saint Johns, Anna Lucas of Ponte Vedra Beach, Abigail Minchin of Gulf Breeze, Paloma Rambana of Tallahassee and Sierra Steffen of Gainesville.

“I am honored to be working with such an amazing group of individuals who truly live out our mission and inspire others each and every day. Working with these 13 Gold Award Girl Scouts has been one of the highlights of my year, and I know they will continue shine bright wherever life takes them,” said Gaby Fraxedas, Girl Experience Manager.

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)