Scout helps music school

December 30, 2012 

Tiana Threatt of Raleigh has earned the Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

For her Gold Award project, Tiana collected supplies for the Community Music School. She also redecorated the music library, provided two bookcases and file storage, collected and framed 21 posters and created eight videos to promote the Raleigh nonprofit, which provides $1 music lessons to economically underprivileged children.

Tiana, the daughter of Kenneth and Emily Threatt, is a senior at Sanderson High School and a member of Troop 73, led by her mother. Linda Frenette with the Community Music School served as her project adviser.

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