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Local Girl Scouts win top award

Two local Girl Scouts have earned the most prestigious award the organization has to offer, their work helping improve their community.
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee recently congratulated Neely Evans and Hailey Rowland for earning the Girl Scout Gold Award which is the Girl Scouts’ highest award since 1980.

Neely Evans conducted her project at Edgar Evins State Park after finding it was in need of a home for birds of prey in the park’s educational programming facility. Evans researched, planned and built an entire outdoor aviary to house two birds of prey. She even included a storage area ...

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