2024 Honor Celebration 

2024 Honor Celebration 

Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan proudly recognized 15 Girl Scouts with the prestigious Gold Award at the 2024 Honor Ceremony, held Sunday, June 23 at the San Marino Club in Troy, Michigan. 

Hundreds of other Girl Scouts were celebrated at the annual event including the Silver and Bronze Awardees, the Young Woman of Distinction and the two runners up, and the Tammie Murray and Jennifer Barnum Spirt award recipients. 

Each Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awardee has addressed pressing issues, empowered their community, and advocated for a better tomorrow. Every awardee is a shining example of the enormous impact that Girl Scouts make on our communities and the world.

Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan is delighted to honor the efforts, devotion and achievements of all our 2024 Highest Award earners.

Follow their Journeys

Through their amazing projects in the 2023/2024 year, each Gold Award Girl Scout has developed vital leadership skills needed to make extraordinary, sustainable changes in the community. 

Over the next few weeks, each Gold Award Girl Scout and their Take Action projects will be featured on Girl Talk. Check back often to be inspired by their journeys of project planning, perseverance, and success. 

Go for Gold Yourself 

A Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. Gold Award Girl Scouts are recognized for their outstanding leadership, personal development, and dedication to making the world a better place through individual Take Action projects. 

 As a Girl Scout, you’ve got what it takes to make a lasting impact … so take your first step on your Highest Awards journey.

Whatever your High Award, whatever inspiring actions and achievements we celebrate this year, each of you has set the tone for all that you will accomplish in the future. You’re all go-getters, problem solvers, and powerful change-makers and this is just the beginning!

-Monica Woodson, CEO, GSSEM
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
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