Four Girls Scouts earn Silver

08/31/2014 8:00 PM

08/30/2014 12:56 PM

Four Girl Scouts have been awarded the Silver Award, the second highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

• For her Girl Scout Silver Award project, Amanda Gullerud of Cary created large, acrylic paintings of four famous and inspirational women: Lucille Ball, Helen Lewis, Rosa Parks and Sally Ride.

The portraits include mini-biographies of each woman and is to be displayed at West Cary Middle School.

Amanda is the daughter of Andrea Gullerud.

• For their project, Amulya Gorti and Zoe Moore of Cary designed a peer-to-peer program for schools to use to educate students about bullying, self-harm and suicide prevention.

Amulya is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gorti. Zoe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Moore.

• For her project, Helen Julian of Apex created a felt board set and book for the children at the Raleigh Rescue Mission’s preschool.

The set contained a board and felt characters to aid in storytelling for four children’s books and four finger plays.

Helen is the daughter of Mike and Deb Julian.

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