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Local Girl Scouts Receive Highest Honors

More than 275 Girl Scouts and volunteers were honored at the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee’s Salute to Outstanding Leadership Awards ceremony last month. The ceremony

Amelia Grace Wilkinson, troop 713 - 2,295 packages of Girl Scout Cookies

Amelia Grace Wilkinson, troop 713 – 2,295 packages of Girl Scout Cookies

took place at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena and Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Alumna Sarah Lankford was the featured speaker.

During the ceremony, 58 Girl Scouts from throughout Middle Tennessee received the Gold Award (the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, 117 Girl Scouts received the Silver Award (the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn), 106 Girl Scouts received the Stellar Seller Award and 12 adult volunteers were honored.

“Earning these awards is truly a remarkable achievement,” said Sheila Majors, training manager

Lilly Davis, troop 4018 - 1,349 packages of Cookies

Lilly Davis, troop 4018 – 1,349 packages of Cookies

 

at Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. “These young women exemplify leadership in all its forms.”

This year, five local Girl Scouts received the Stellar Seller Award for selling 1,000 or more packages of Girl Scout Cookies and/or $1,000 or more in the Fall Product Program, which includes magazines, nuts and candy.

Mary Lynn Davis, troop 4018 - 1,349 packages

Mary Lynn Davis, troop 4018 – 1,349 packages

2 Stellar Sellers were unable to attend the ceremony:

Maegan Rae Armstrong, troop 173 – 1,204 packages of Girl Scout Cookies

Makayla Lecomte, troop 1586 – 1,0008 packages of Girl Scout Cookies

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