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Prairie grad earns Girl Scout’s highest award

The Columbian
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Charlotte Adams wrote a hiking booklet to encourage local kids to get away from their screens and into more healthy and adventurous habits.
Charlotte Adams wrote a hiking booklet to encourage local kids to get away from their screens and into more healthy and adventurous habits. (Photo contributed by Charlotte Adams) Photo Gallery

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Recent Prairie High School graduate Charlotte Adams has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the organization’s highest honor, after completing a hiking booklet encouraging local youths to enjoy nature in Southwest Washington. Adams’ booklet, “Getting Off the Grid,” educates children on general hiking rules, dangerous plants and everything they need to know about 20 local hikes. Her booklet can be found in all elementary and middle school libraries in Battle Ground Public Schools and at the Battle Ground Community Library.

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