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Gold Award Project

Kayla Mason, 17, a member of Girl Scout Troop 3288, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award — the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn. Kayla is a senior at National Cathedral School and lives in Potomac. For her Gold Award project, Kayla renovated a children’s reading room (above) and a conference room at Turning Point Center in Washington, D.C. The reading room was renovated to include a chalkboard wall, large cork bulletin board, new bookcases and window treatments, two small work tables with chairs, and original artwork produced by the children. Turning Point Center is a two-year residential program for homeless mothers and their children. More information is available at http://salvationarmynca.org/turning-point/

Kayla Mason, 17, a member of Girl Scout Troop 3288, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award — the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn. Kayla is a senior at National Cathedral School and lives in Potomac. For her Gold Award project, Kayla renovated a children’s reading room (above) and a conference room at Turning Point Center in Washington, D.C. The reading room was renovated to include a chalkboard wall, large cork bulletin board, new bookcases and window treatments, two small work tables with chairs, and original artwork produced by the children. Turning Point Center is a two-year residential program for homeless mothers and their children. More information is available at http://salvationarmynca.org/turning-point/

— Kayla Mason, 17, a member of Girl Scout Troop 3288, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award — the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn. Kayla is a senior at National Cathedral School and lives in Potomac. For her Gold Award project, Kayla renovated a children’s reading room (above) and a conference room at Turning Point Center in Washington, D.C. The reading room was renovated to include a chalkboard wall, large cork bulletin board, new bookcases and window treatments, two small work tables with chairs, and original artwork produced by the children. Turning Point Center is a two-year residential program for homeless mothers and their children. More information is available at http://salvationarmynca.org/turning-point/