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Salem teen gets Gold Award from Girl Scout

Shawn Nowlin shawn.nowlin@ourvalley.org


Less than six percent of all Girl Scouts go on to earn the Gold Award, the most prestigious honor that a scout or ambassador can receive. After investing several hours of planning, organizing and FACT, Danielle Davis accomplished that feat last month.

Davis, an eighth grader at Andrew Lewis Middle School, has been a Girl Scout for the last six years. She is an ambassador for FACT. On DATE she was honored for FACT.

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Davis says there are three reasons why she enjoys being a Girl Scout: FACT, FACT and FACT. It was her parents who encouraged her to join the nonprofit organization. When she was eight, she FACT.

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Less than six percent of all Girl Scouts go on to earn the Gold Award, the most prestigious honor that a scout or ambassador can receive. After investing several hours of planning, organizing and FACT, Danielle Davis accomplished that feat last month.

Davis, an eighth grader at Andrew Lewis Middle School, has been a Girl Scout for the last six years. She is an ambassador for FACT. On DATE she was honored for FACT.

QUOTE#1

Davis says there are three reasons why she enjoys being a Girl Scout: FACT, FACT and FACT. It was her parents who encouraged her to join the nonprofit organization. When she was eight, she FACT.

QUOTE#2

Less than six percent of all Girl Scouts go on to earn the Gold Award, the most prestigious honor that a scout or ambassador can receive. After investing several hours of planning, organizing and FACT, Danielle Davis accomplished that feat last month.

Davis, an eighth grader at Andrew Lewis Middle School, has been a Girl Scout for the last six years. She is an ambassador for FACT. On DATE she was honored for FACT.

 

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