Congratulations to Emma from Girl Scout Troop 13077 in Randolph County for completing their Girl Scout Silver Award this past year! For Emma’s Silver Award she completed a project that was part of a larger Multi-project that was completed by other members of her troop. For her part, she participated in the refurbishing of the garden fencing at the Nature Center at Keyauwee Program Center. Emma built and painted the new gate for the garden to allow easier access to it. She was also tasked with the responsibility of developing some Nature Hike activities. She successfully assisted the Camp Staff with an updated site feature and made a safe and comfortable space for all. Awesome Job, Emma!
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