Greenport Girl Scouts make local scouting history

PATTY HOCKER PHOTO | Greenport Girl Scouts Beth Richter (left) and Callie Bubb.

Three Greenport Girl Scouts recently achieved what no other North Fork or Shelter Island young woman has achieved before, at least not in recent memory.

COURTESY PHOTO | Heather Gadomski

All are recipients of the “Gold Award,” the female equivalent of the Eagle Scout, the highest rank a Boy Scout can achieve.

Each of the three said they’re proud to have stuck with scouting to accomplish what less than three percent of Girl Scouts do.

Heather Gadomski, Callie Bubb and Beth Richter, all 19 years old, completed the more than 18 months of planning and least 65 hours required toward finishing their individual service projects.

Read the complete story in the Sept. 6 issue of The Suffolk Times.

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