Kamaria Kaalund from Oxford earned her Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.
For her project, Kamaria created a nature play space along the 17 Acre Wood Preserve Trail. She held two events during which she organized kid-friendly activities and provided refreshments. She also created an informational binder detailing the importance of playing outdoors and giving instructions on how to create nature play spaces like hers.
Kamaria is the daughter of Valerie Ann Johnson and is a graduate of J.F. Webb High School of Health and Life Sciences now attending Wellesley College. She has been in Girl Scouts since 2005 and is in Troop 49. She played high school varsity soccer and is a member of the NCEJN, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society and National Honor Society.