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PQ Girl Scouts Receive Silver Awards
Posted on September 19, 2011
Four members from Girl Scout Troop 8191 received the Silver Award – the second highest award given by Girl Scouts of the USA.
The girls received their awards from Jo Dee C. Jacob, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts, San Diego-Imperial, at a presentation held during the summer at the Jewish Community Center’s Garfield Theatre in La Jolla.
The recipients included:
- Isha Bagga, who designed and taught a reading and math program for a local preschool, and created a website containing the materials for her program.
- Amanda Kiraly, who obtained donations and then designed and made one hundred fleece dog toys for donation to the San Diego Humane Society. She began a program at her church where children attending the Vacation Bible School program also learned how to make and then donate the toys.
- Elisa Lupin, who implemented a music entertainment program at the Arbor’s senior center in Rancho Penasquitos.
- Anjali Verma, who created coloring and activity books all about health and safety for children at Rady Children’s Hospital. She donated the books as well as crayons, and created a website so that the supply of books could be replenished as necessary.
All four are sophomores at Westview High School. PQ’s Troop 8191 is led by Janice Miller.