Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards

Every year, girls across the country earn the highest awards in Girl Scouting – the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards.  Girls earn these awards by displaying leadership while engaged in a project that benefits their community.  Seniors and Ambassadors can earn the Gold Award, Cadettes can earn the Silver Award, and Juniors can earn the Bronze Award.  When a girl earns one of these awards, it shows that she has put a lot of time and dedication into her chosen project. Please visit the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards page for more information and valuable planning tools.

If your troop is working on one of these higher awards this year, and is hosting an event as part of the award, please let us know!  We’d love to have the girls come and speak about their projects at a leader meeting, or get the event up on the meetup calendar.  Contact the service unit leadership team for more information.

Troop 54069 recognized for volunteering

Sarah Allen, Suzanne Skaria, Jessie Morrisette, Bella DiSanto, Mya Bowser, Calle Anne Gier, and Emma Duchscherer from Troop 54069 were recognized by the city of Rosemount for their help at the annual Winter Fun Fest.  The girls ran games at the city’s February event.  Way to go, girls!

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With Mayor Droste — Calle Anne Gier, Jessie Morrisette, Emma Duchscherer, Mya Bowser, Bella DiSanto


The whole group of volunteers present that night, City Council members and Mayor Pat Droste.