A Cayuga County Girl Scout has received the Gold Award from the NYPenn Pathways Council, which covers much of the Finger Lakes and part of northern Pennsylvania.
The Citizen reports Addison Moore of Locke won the award for starting a farmers market in her community. Moore is one of 21 scouts in NYPenn Pathways to receive the top Girl Scout honor. In a news release, council CEO Julie Dale said “I am inspired by the dedication, commitment and perseverance of our Class of 2021 Gold Award Girl Scouts. I’m especially proud of those Girl Scouts who had to overcome additional challenges created by the pandemic to earn this prestigious honor. Each embodies our Mission, Promise, and Law, and has completed a project with true lasting impact.”
Moore is a high school senior who plans to major in architecture next year in college.
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