The Buck Harris Award was established upon the retirement of Buck Harris, a former executive director of the Virginia Tidewater Girl Scout Council—which later became Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast. Buck dedicated her life to providing girls with the finest in camping and outdoor program. This award is presented each year to a girl who has a love for the outdoors and lives the Girl Scout Promise and Law in her daily life. The award is presented at GSCCC’s annual Girls Award celebration. The recipient will receive a framed certificate and will be able to select a week at a GSCCC-sponsored summer camp. Complete the nomination packet and submit by January 15, 2022.
Other Girl Awards
Girls can earn certain award badges and pins by meeting the requirements for the corresponding award. Other honors require nominations, either by peers, or by an adult who is familiar with how a girl exemplifies courage, confidence and character in her everyday life.
View a complete list of GSUSA Awards, Badges, Emblems, and Other Insignia.
Buck Harris Award
Community Service Bars
Girl Scout Program Aide Award
Girl Scout Summit Award