Lifetime Girl Scout Julianna Kubik earned her Gold Award on September 10, 2018. For her project, Julianna created a native bee garden habitat and nesting boxes at Smith Family Farms in Brentwood. Julianna is a member of Girl Scout Troop 31612 of Brentwood and the Berkeley-Sakai International Girl Scout Exchange, and has earned the Presidential Service Award for her community service. She is currently a freshman studying International Relations at American University in Washington DC. Her Gold Award Court of Honor was held in January.
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