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MSM junior Annabella Bogart recently earned the Girl Scouts Gold Award and was awarded first place in a writing contest organized by the Holocaust Resource Center.

The Gold Award is the highest achievement for Girl Scouts within the organization. Annabella’s Gold Award project centered around encouraging and empowering younger students. She collected inspirational quotes, painted murals, created songs and videos and so much more for Roy B. Kelley Elementary School in Lockport. Her content has already been engaging and supportive for the students she hoped to lift up.

Additionally, Annabella earned first place for 11th Grade Writing in the Holocaust Resource Center Arts & Writing Contest 2019. She was awarded at a ceremony at Temple Beth Zion on Thursday, May 30.

Annabella Bogart pictured with Robert Freeland, Co-Chairperson of the Arts and Writing Contest.

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