Posts Tagged ‘ Gold Award ’

Kayla Sica receives highest honor from Girl Scouts

June 14, 2015
Kayla Sica received her Gold Medal from the Girl Scouts for her community work with the Southington Dog Pound.

On Sunday, June 7, Southington’s Kayla Sica was among 55 Connecticut Girl Scouts honored with the Gold Award, the highest honor in Girl Scouting. In order to earn the Gold Award, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts between grades 9 to 12 must spend at least 80 hours researching issues, assessing community needs and resources, building…

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Youth helps at the dog pound to earn Girl Scout award

May 31, 2014
By Ed Harris
Kayla Sica, pictured here with Animal Control Officer Dave Ireland and one of the three current dogs up for adoption, is finishing up a project at the Southington Dog Pound that will not only help the dogs, but also earn her the Girl Scout’s Gold Award.

By Ed Harris Editor Kayla Sica, a Senior Girl Scout, is working to earn her Gold Award by undertaking a project called Success at the Dog Pound. As part of the project, Kayla is looking to bring awareness to the Southington Dog Pound, its adoptions and creating a permanent donation program that will help collect…

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