This year on Juliette Gordon Low's birthday GSSJC honored an amazing Girl Scout, Kimberly Vaughan.
Kimberly was a victim in the shooting at Santa Fe High School earlier this year. She was a Girl Scout for nine years, loved waking up to the bugle at camp in the summer and planned to begin her Gold Award project this past summer.
To honor Kimberly's Girl Scout legacy, Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council has created a project for Juniors - Ambassadors to complete on Kimberly's behalf.
American Sign Language (ASL) played a role in Kimberly's early life as she experienced speech delay. She and her family used ASL to communicate, and she wanted to create an ASL program in Santa Fe for families who have young children with speech delays.
Download the project guide below to learn how you can help complete Kimberly's vision for her Gold Award.