North Florida Girl Scouts Receive Highest Honors

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Medals of Honor Ceremony Sunday December 4

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council will host the Medals of Honor Ceremony on Sunday, December 4, 2011 2:00pm-4:00pm at the Wyndham Riverwalk, in Jacksonville. The annual event recognizes Girl Scouts from the region who have earned the Girl Scout Gold, Silver or Bronze Awards.

Sandra Tysver, Girl Scouts of Gateway Council CEO, and GSGC Board Chair James Richardson will welcome the crowd of approximately 950 Girl Scouts, family and friends 

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council 2011 Award Recipients

340 Girl Scout Juniors (grades four and five) earned the Bronze Award, 118 Girl Scout Cadettes (grades six through eight) earned the Silver Award., and 22 Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors, (grades nine through twelve) earned the Girl Scout Gold Award.

The Girl Scout Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards are the highest recognitions a girl can achieve as a Girl Scout. 

Nationally, less than 5% of eligible Girl Scouts earn the Gold Award each year. Equivalent in status to the Boy Scouts Eagle Award, the Girl Scouts Gold Award requires a significant amount of personal hours spent on a project that will have lasting impact on the community.

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council, Inc., serves approximately 25,500 girls and adults in 16 North Florida counties from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. For more information, visit www.girlscouts-gateway.org