Category Archives: Bronze Award Honorees

Bronze Award Recipients in the 2015-16 reporting cycle (March 1, 2015, through March 1, 2016)

BRONZE, SILVER AND GOLD CELEBRATED AT COLORADO SPRINGS HIGHEST AWARDS CEREMONY

 

*Click here to see more photos from the Highest Awards celebration in Colorado Springs.

More than two hundred Girl Scout families and friends gathered in Colorado Springs on May 15, 2015 to honor Girl Scouts who earned one of Girl Scouts Highest Awards, the Bronze, Silver or Gold Award.

14 girls were presented with the Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout in grades 9-12 can earn. Girls who have earned this award demonstrate extraordinary leadership through a project that makes a difference in their community. Several Bronze Award honorees (the highest award a girl in grades 4-5 can earn) and Silver Award honorees (the highest award a girl in 6th – 8th grade can earn) also were presented with their awards.

Girl Scouts of Colorado President and CEO Stephanie Foote said the girls’ spirit and motivation inspires us all to think of the needs of others and take action to make the world a better place.

“You are strong role models for our community and our world,” she said.

Foote also presented the Johanna Farrar Girl Scout Memorial Scholarship to Kelsey Quick. Kelsey, from Salida, Colo., is the first-ever recipient of this scholarship, which was started in 2015. The Johanna Farrar Girl Scout Memorial Scholarship fund provides annual $500 cash prizes to any and all Gold Award recipients from Chaffee County, Colo. To earn her Gold Award, Kelsey created a website and other materials to help children who have been cyberbullied. She is also the first Girl Scout from Salida to earn the Gold Award since at least 2000. You can read more about her project here.

Other Gold Award honorees also described their projects and how working toward Gold impacted their lives.

Alexandria Bellas from Colorado Springs, Pine Creek High School, organized a science event for girls in grades 6-8 that brought together exhibitors from across Colorado.

Kit Bernal from Falcon, Falcon High School, created supplementary art education and a curriculum for a local homeschool association.

Kayla Bernstein from Colorado Springs, Liberty High School, planted a garden for all the residents of the Medallion Retirement Community.

Jonnae Byas from Colorado Springs, William J. Palmer High School, refurbished the garden at the Medallion Retirement Community.

Rebecca Clark from Colorado Springs, Rampart Range High School, organized a clinic to teach the basics of color guard to middle school students.

Mackenzie Crawley from Colorado Springs, Doherty High School, leveraged her love of learning and reading, and her experience volunteering at her local library to bring a sustainable tutoring service and a mini lending library to her church.

Madison Daniel from Highlands Ranch, ThunderRidge High School, captured and preserved the stories of what’s become known as the “Greatest Generation.”

Madison Haneke from Castle Rock, Castle View High School, made more than 100 blankets for babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at three local hospitals.

Jessica Hild from Colorado Springs rebuilt benches at Camp Alexander. She also organized volunteers to help build five new benches.

Mikayla Jewell from Colorado Springs, Vista Ridge High School, helped make a softball field safer not only for her team, but other athletes as well. She also taught younger athletes how to stay safe on the field.

Madison Keith from Highlands Ranch, ThunderRidge High School, created a sustainable food pantry for pets.

Lyndsay Ruane from Colorado Springs, Liberty High School, wanted members of her community to be better prepared when disasters strike, so she organized an emergency preparedness fair.

Lesleigh Stabo from Highlands Ranch, Highlands Ranch High School, created a program to help students transferring to a new high school feel more comfortable and get information they need.

We are immensely proud of these inspiring young leaders in our community.

 

Congratulations to the Bronze Award Recipients March 2015!

  

Bronze_Award_Starburst_HRAll of the Colorado Girl Scouts who have achieved Girl Scouts Highest Awards this year have done amazing things! With your accomplishments, you have shown yourselves to be leaders in your community and advocates for others. Girl Scouts of Colorado is very proud of you all and the example you set!

Individual or combined Service Units are encouraged to plan celebrations honoring the highest awards recipients. Please contact your local Program Support Specialist for additional support.

Our annual spring celebrations are now in full swing! Friends and family are invited to attend any of the following celebrations. Please RSVP for all events online: girlscoutsofcolorado.org/highest-awards-rsvp

Northern & Northeastern Colorado (Loveland), April 24th. Bronze, Silver and Gold Recognition, RSVP before April 20th.

Northern Colorado (Boulder), April 26th. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Bridging Celebration, RSVP before April 20th.

Denver Metro (Arvada), April 28. Silver and Gold Recognition (Bronze encouraged to attend), RSVP before April 15th.

Western Slope (Grand Junction), May 1st. Bronze, Silver and Gold Recognition, RSVP before April 24th.

Pikes Peak (Colorado Springs), May 15th. Bronze, Silver and Gold Recognition, RSVP before May 5th.

Bronze Award Recipients March 2015

Troop12143 -Glenwood Springs

Bronze

Amanda McGill

Brielle Spencer

Ella Lindenberg

Faith Savage

Hannah Traver

Kendra Pedersen

Macey Schipper

Maria Carlson

Oyanza Rangel

Rhaya Carmichael

Sophia McGhee

Troop13273 -Clifton

Bronze

Ceceilia Trujillo

Troop13273 -Grand Junction

Bronze

Amethyst Correa

Angeline Francis

Kendalle Costello

Madison Liles

Savannah Powell

Troop14196 -Grand Junction

Bronze

Maili Haraway

Troop14643 -Grand Junction

Bronze

Kirsten Parks

Troop24422 -Cortez

Bronze

Alexandra Abeyta

Aspen Foster

Aubree Sharp

Caitlynn McKnight

Emma Jones

Emma Ward

Laela Whitecotton

Troop40969 -Colorado Springs

Bronze

Ahlia Kilgore

Alyssa Frescaz

Angelina Johnson

Ayane Cool

Elena Tamosaitis

Emma Daily

Jessie Pranti

Jillian Mustain

Kayla Rear

Lilian Ford

Madison Cline

Stephanie Duderstadt

Trinity Romero

Troop42166 -Colorado Springs

Bronze

Cadence Craft

Josephine Zotter

Meghan McMahon

Troop43399 -Colorado Springs

Bronze

Ella Kuenzli

Hannah Murtha

Kadence Grimm

Lea Willette

Lydia Phillips

Miahna Fallentine

Rebecca Anderson

Sarah Fogle

Troop43841 -Colorado Springs

Bronze

Mya Hill

Troop51359 -Westminster

Bronze

Corinne Roe

Dawna Holsapfel

Faith Francisco

Giada Rosch

Itzel Ochoa

Josephine Roe

Maria Martinez

Megan Marrs

Rebecca Southern

Willow Wilson

Troop60769 -Castle Rock

Bronze

Avery Weiss

Carly Bell

Emma Lamb

Holly Kirkpatrick

Kendall Kobbe

Laura Cusinato

Lilli Herbon

Sydney Craig

Trista Montague

Troop62426 -Littleton

Bronze

Anika Lindahl

Jill Hansen

Lauren Bostwick

Lynsey Claybough

Mae Stirrup

Sophia Hopson

Troop63891 -Highlands Ranch

Bronze

Abigail Barstad

Aimee Albury

Brianna Minifie

Christina Friesen

Claire Price

Ellissa Martinez

Grace Galligan

Hannah Hughes

Kaitlyn Caviness

Lillia Murphy

Lily Price

Michaela Cain

Olivia Betts

TROOP70274 -Longmont

Bronze

Sarah Mearing

Troop70720 -Fort Collins

Bronze

Alexis Lightner
Teilee Brunson-Williams
Alexa Marshall
Avery Hickman
Chanah janzen
Korinne Bishop
Aislyn Deeds

Troop74446 -Longmont

Bronze

Victoria Purkiss

Troop79747 -Fort Collins

Bronze

Kaley Scott