Girl Scouts Earn National P.R.A.Y Award

As an organization built on diversity and the celebration of it, GSCP2P is proud to offer awards and programs that allow girls to celebrate an important aspect of their identity: their faith.

Within the P.R.A.Y. Program, girls can earn religious-based awards offered by their individual faith communities, as well as earn the My Promise, My Faith Pin. Both of these initiatives allow P2P Girl Scouts to grow spiritually and to understand and strengthen the connection between their faith and the Girl Scout Law.

The P.R.A.Y. awards also serve as a means of connecting girls with their larger church communities in a meaningful and productive way. The result? A strengthened Girl Scout, community, family and faith.

In recognition of our Girl Scouts understanding the importance of celebrating and becoming further immersed in their faith, GSCP2P is pleased to announce the following recipients of P.R.A.Y. awards:

  • Makenna Brown, Girl Scout Troop 13211, Greensboro, Covenant Methodist Church, God and Me Award
  • Makenzie Brown, Girl Scout Troop 13211, Greensboro, Covenant Methodist Church, God and Me Award
  • Aubrey Perryman, Girl Scout Troop 13211, High Point, Covenant Methodist Church, God and Me Award
  • Claire Sawyer, Girl Scout Troop 13211, High Point, Covenant Methodist Church, God and Me Award
  • Olivia Sawyer, Girl Scout Troop 13211, High Point, Covenant Methodist Church, God and Me Award
  • Miriam Timmerman, Girl Scout Troop 13401, Greensboro, Gethsemane United Methodist Church, God and Me Award

 

 

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