Scout builds horse trail

November 3, 2013 

Meg Tucker of Raleigh got the Girl Scout Gold Award for planning and building a new horse trail for Hope Reins Raleigh.

COURTESY OF THE TUCKER FAMILY

Meg Tucker of Raleigh has received the Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

For her Gold project, Meg organized the creation of a new horse trail at Hope Reins Raleigh, a faith-based organization that pairs rescued horses with children dealing with difficult life circumstances. She mapped out a trail, organized volunteers and solicited donations for the project.

Meg, the daughter of Robert and Jennifer Tucker, was a junior at Raleigh Charter High School when she received her Gold Award and a member of Troop 73, led by Emily Threat.

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