Senior Girl Scout received the GSP’s Highest and Most Prestigious Award for having developed a sense of responsibility.
Nettle PeñarandaCabalit, 14, and a Grade 8 learner of Tagbilaran Grace Christian School recently received the GSP’s Highest and Most Prestigious Award for sense of responsibility towards herself, and her community, and having worked determinedly on the Ecology Development Project.
She spearheaded the construction of a concrete water tank as rain collector for the island folks of Mantatao, Calape, Bohol.
The project had been turned-over to the Barangay Captain, Federico Flores last June 2017.
The 41st CGSM Awarding Ceremony was attended by the 735 awardees and the GSP national headquarter dignitaries, regional directors, council executives and troop leaders all over the country.Nettel P.Cabalit together with her school field adviser and trainer, Myrna Thea G. Hontanosasreceived the Chief Girl Scout Medal, pin, and certificates at the Plenary Hall of the Philippine International Convention Center, Pasay City last Friday, October 20.
Cabalit is the eldest daughter of spouses Noel & Nannette of barangay Taloto of this city.
She said, “I would like to thank everyone for all their help especially my family & relatives, my Troop Leader- Ma’am Thea, my school- TGCS and all the good people of Mantatao. Above all, to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, you are all part of my great success. “