Area girls have earned Silver Awards, the Girl Scouts’ second highest achievement. This is what they did for their projects:
Catherine Denisowski created an eighth-grade reading section in the library at Saint Raphael Catholic School in Raleigh. She added shelves, worked with the librarian to identify books and designed labels for books designated to the section. She’s the daughter of Paul and Vankhanh Denisowski of Raleigh.
Emilie Norwood renovated a courtyard at Leesville Road Middle School by adding mulch, plants and a big chess set. She is the daughter of John and Kristine Norwood of Raleigh.
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Emily Pennington planted a sensory garden for Knightdale United Methodist Church’s preschool. It has vegetables that go to the church’s food pantry and plants that start with different letters of the alphabet and offer sensory stimulation. She’s the daughter of James and Julie Pennington of Raleigh.
Sierra Clark, Anna Jourdan, Regan Leandro, Parker McLawhorn, Harper Morgan and Megan Watts, all of Raleigh, cleaned furniture and repainted the living room at the Helen Wright Center at Urban Ministries. The girls also donated funds to the center.
Sierra is the daughter of Courtney and M. Shawn Clark; Anna is the daughter of Allison and A.J. Jourdan; Regan is the daughter of J. Scott and Jennifer Leandro; Parker is the daughter of Kathryn and James McLawhorn; Harper is the daughter of Cindy and Todd Morgan; and Megan is the daughter of Bubba and Leslie Watts.