Gold Award recipient Belle Bashaw from Parker, Douglas County High School, travelled to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts’ highest honor. Girl Scouts of the USA invited Belle to join the festivities because they were so impressed with her Gold Award project. She developed a curriculum to teach elementary school students about the importance of bees, which bees they might see, and how they can help the bee population thrive. While in the nation’s capitol, Belle attended special events where she shared her project with legislators and other world leaders.
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