Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana Honors Gold Award Recipients

On a sunny Sunday at Goshen College, the Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana (GSNI-M) celebrated the achievements of five outstanding young women. These remarkable scouts received the prestigious Gold Award—the highest honor in Girl Scouting. Among them, Macie Marshall stood out, earning not only the Gold Award but also the national Gold Award Scholarship.

Subheading 1: The Gold Award: A Symbol of Excellence

The Gold Award recognizes girls who demonstrate exceptional leadership, community impact, and commitment to making a difference. These scouts take action on issues they care about, creating lasting change in their communities. Their projects span diverse areas, from environmental conservation to mental health awareness.

Girl Scouts Gold Award

Subheading 2: Macie Marshall’s Inspiring Journey

Macie’s Gold Award project exemplifies the spirit of service. She collaborated with local schools to create a mental health curriculum for students. Her goal? To equip young minds with tools to navigate stress, anxiety, and emotional well-being. Macie’s dedication to mental health education earned her not only the Gold Award but also a scholarship that recognizes her outstanding efforts.

Subheading 3: A Legacy of Empowerment

As we celebrate these Gold Award recipients, we honor their legacy of empowerment. These young women embody the Girl Scout promise—to make the world a better place. Their impact ripples through our communities, inspiring others to take action and create positive change.

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