Hidden Histories: The History of Rockingham County – A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Meredith Dishmon, Reidsville, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Dishmon, a member of Girl Scout Troop 3000, addressed the lack of resources concerning local history by creating a website and webquest to be used by … Continue reading Hidden Histories: The History of Rockingham County – A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

P2P Offers New Teen Leadership Program

The Outdoor Experience Team is very excited to announce the launch of our new Teen Outdoor Leadership Program (TOLP) for 2023! TOLP will expand our existing Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program from a summer camp experience to a year-round leadership development program. In addition to the summer CIT program, TOLP will offer a Teen Outdoor Leadership Summit … Continue reading P2P Offers New Teen Leadership Program

Life Regrows in the Garden: A Garden of Hope – A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Jena Towery, Morganton, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Towery, daughter of Chad and Dawn Towery and a member of Girl Scout Troop 1985, constructed a garden in the Morganton community as a peaceful and … Continue reading Life Regrows in the Garden: A Garden of Hope – A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

The Port Pillow Project: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Courtney Blair, Hendersonville, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Blair, a member of Girl Scout Troop 2997, made port pillow bags for patients at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida. The bags included a … Continue reading The Port Pillow Project: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Flag Retirement: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Gracie Bowling, Thomasville, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Bowling, a member of Girl Scout Troop 2558, helped to organize a permanent spot for flag retirement and burning in Thomasville, as well as worked in … Continue reading Flag Retirement: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

My Little Readers Club: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Sarah Felder, Jamestown, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Felder, a member of Girl Scout Troop 41740, created My Little Readers Club to give children of color access to books and bring a love of … Continue reading My Little Readers Club: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Creating a sustainable Nature Trail: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Anika Kreider, Mebane, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Kreider, daughter of Jason and Christine Kreider and a member of Girl Scout Troop 2188, revitalized a neglected trail for a local elementary school that had … Continue reading Creating a sustainable Nature Trail: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Growing Learning Outdoors: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Cora Goforth, Forest City, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Goforth, a member of Girl Scout Troop 1853, constructed and installed an outdoor classroom at Forrest Hunt Elementary School. She equipped the new classroom with … Continue reading Growing Learning Outdoors: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Restoring Caldcleugh’s Teaching Garden: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is pleased to announce that Emory Simpson, Greensboro, has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. Simpson, daughter of Philip and Stacy Simpson and a member of Girl Scout Troop 1714, helped revitalize the teaching garden at Caldcleugh Multicultural Center in Greensboro. … Continue reading Restoring Caldcleugh’s Teaching Garden: A Girl Scout Gold Award Project