|Girl Scout needs help as she goes for Gold|
|Written by Joyce Wells|
|Wednesday, August 29, 2012 8:07 PM|
I am writing to you on behalf of my daughter, Jessica Wells. Jessica, the daughter of Jeff & Joyce Wells, is a senior at East Central High School. She has been a Girl Scout for 11 years.
She is employed at Greendale Cinema, and hopes to pursue a career in nursing.
Jessica is working toward earning her Gold Award. The Gold award is the highest, most prestigious award that a Girl Scout can earn. Since 1916, the Gold Award has stood for excellence and leadership; it is equivalent to the Boy Scout’s Eagle Award.
Gold Award projects make a lasting change for our community and beyond. Jessica has been very committed to community service in her time as a Girl Scout.
Jessica has worked with the St. Leon American Legion as well as the New Alsace American Legion serving dinners, breakfasts, performing spring clean-ups, flag burnings, and Oktoberfest. She also has participated in Earth Day clean-ups and volunteered with Special Olympics.
Jessica is challenging herself with a an exciting project. She is helping promote the new St. Leon Community Park, a place where families and Girl Scouts can go to enjoy the outdoors.
Jessica is very excited to build the wall with Paul Hornberger and landscaping with a family friend Derek Rehage.
The goal is to excite as many people as possible about the park, and to raise $1,800 for the project. You can be a part of that excitement by supporting Jessica’s project with any amount of donation.
I would like to thank you for your support and hope to see you on Sept. 8.
If you are unable to attend, donations can be sent to 7436 Wells Lane, Guilford, IN 47022, and checks can be made out to 47921 Gold Award Project.
If you have any questions about the Troop, the award project or the 5K, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Last Updated on Monday, September 24, 2012 5:13 PM|