IN THE NEWS: MSDA Girl Scout Achieves Gold Award

IN THE NEWS: MSDA Girl Scout Achieves Gold Award

Five Montville Girl Scouts Achieve Gold Awards

By TAPINTO MONTVILLE STAFF, Published May 20, 2020 at 7:16 PM



Jacqueline MacStudy, Marissa Bordonaro, Giovanna Angiolini, Rebecca Sherman, Toniann Bednarz
Credits: Montville Girl Scout Troop 80492


Jaqueline MacStudy at her blood drive
Credits: Bill MacStudy


MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Girl Scout Troop 80492 is pleased to announce five of its members have earned scouting’s highest honor, the Girl Scout Gold Award.

Giovanna Angiolini, Toniann Bednarz, Marissa Bordonaro, Jacqueline MacStudy and Rebecca Sherman each created and executed an individual project that reflects their commitment to service and their passion for a broad range of interests including animal welfare, music education, health, driver safety, and the environment.

Jacqueline MacStudy’s project goal was to educate her classmates about the importance of blood donation. Her project “Be Your Own TYPE of Hero” was a blood drive that incorporated her community at Mount St. Dominic Academy. (Read about it here.) MacStudy will attend North Carolina State University as a biology major with plans to become a pediatric oncologist. (Project completion date: August, 2019)

View the troop's individual members efforts.

The girl scouts were honored at the May 12 Montville Township Committee meeting; Mayor Frank Cooney stated his regrets that he couldn’t honor them in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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