CHARLOTTE – Four seniors from Charlotte Catholic High School received the Girl Scout Gold Award.
The Hornets’ Nest Council honored Sarah Anderson, Taylor Buck, Caroline Gorman and Kelsie Roper on April 29 at Calvary Church.
- Sarah Anderson established a school club called the PAWS (Pets Are Wonderful Support) Club and set up a web site, www.charlottecatholicpawsclub.weebly.com, to provide information about homeless animals.
- Taylor Buck renovated her church’s teen room, coordinating a 24-hour lock-in to complete the renovation. She also made a video and website to share the information with other churches.
- Caroline Gorman led an artistic career fair for high school students considering careers in artistic fields. She also created a web site, www.artisticcareerfair.weebly.com, and planning guide, so others could create similar fairs.
- Kelsie Roper created a garden club at St. Gabriel Catholic School. She built high-quality raised garden beds in a sunny corner of the playground behind the school, and planted several different kinds of flowers and vegetables.
“I am extremely impressed with the Gold Award projects completed by Sarah, Taylor, Caroline, and Kelsie,” Principal Kurt Telford said. “Their desire to help our community and make our world a better place is exemplary.” The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.