Several area Girl Scouts have received the Silver Award, the second highest achievement in Girl Scouting.
To earn their Silver Award, Kayla Roberts and Julia Rosemond, both of Durham volunteered at Book Harvest, a non-profit organization focused on distributing books to Triangle children in need. They collected and donated 230 books to local children and 70 books to local libraries. Additionally, they created 12 posters as an effort to generate awareness about literacy.
Kayla is the daughter of Heather and Stephen Roberts and has been a Girl Scout since 2005. She also participates in Duke Area Health Education Center Program and plays basketball.
Julia is the daughter of Neil and Jane Rosemond. She has been a Girl Scout since 2009. She is a swim team member and participates in basketball, horseback riding, and youth group.
Both are members of Troop 3799.
Reagan Parrish, and Freya Smith donated food to Courthouse Community United Methodist Church Food Pantry and Smithfield Rescue Mission to earn their Silver Awards. They utilized various coupons in order to achieve their donation goals. Reagan also volunteered during one of CCUMC’s distribution days.
Reagan, of Clayton, is the daughter of Greg and Jennifer Parrish and has been a Girl Scout since 2009. She participates in Curious Club, 4-H Club, horseback riding, gymnastics, and piano.
Freya, of Garner, is the daughter of Mike and Christie Smith and has been a Girl Scout since 2010.
Both are members of Troop 1172.