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GSSI Gold Awardees

The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, is a top-tier credential for girls as they enter their post-high school lives, enabling them to distinguish themselves in the college admissions process, earn college scholarships, and enter the military one rank higher.

Earning the Girl Scout Gold Award requires a suggested minimum of 80 hours of service - no small feat for busy high school students! Girls must also ensure their projects are sustainable by creating a plan for the project to continue to make an impact over time. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn.

Congratulations to the following girls who were awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award at GSSI's 2017 All That Glitters ceremony!


  • Emily Baima
    Collinsville


  • Kaitlyn Barnett
    Troy


  • Elizabeth Boehning
    O'Fallon


  • Elizabeth Burr
    Collinsville


  • Lauren Carter
    Collinsville


  • Johannah Comish
    Highland


  • Cecelia Cowell
    Red Bud


  • Sarah Eversman
    Swansea


  • Sarah Goldacker
    Glen Carbon


  • Hannah Groetecke
    Granite City


  • Gabriella Holmes
    Millstadt


  • Caitlin Lloyd
    O'Fallon


  • Lauren Lundy
    O'Fallon


  • Josefina Pimentel
    Carbondale


  • Hannah Redinger
    Columbia


  • Madeleine Renken
    Troy


  • Amelia Schmitz
    Belleville


  • Dakota Smallie
    Granite City


  • Caroline Stewart
    Belleville


  • Jordyn Thompson
    O'Fallon


  • Shelby Tingley
    Granite City


  • Alexandra Waugh
    Nashville


  • Kelsey Weatherford
    Columbia


  • Kayli Worthey
    Neoga