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Gold Award Project unveiled

August 4, 2014
Herald-Star
Moriah Vosteen, an Ambassador Scout in Black Diamond Council, had the ribbon-cutting for her Gold Award Project on July 26. Vosteen raised funds for a five-station fitness course that was installed with the help of her brother and cousin on the Catholic Central High School cross-country course. The course is open to the public and has a plyometric box, a push-up and pull-up station, balance board and a balance beam. Donations from Trinity West, Hauser’s, Weirton Medical Center and the Kiwanis Club of Steubenville helped make the project a reality. The Holy Family Church Boy Scouts helped complete the course, spreading a dump truck of mulch over the stations. The project was the culmination of Vosteen’s 13 years in Girl Scouting. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award in Girl Scouting. Helping Vosteen celebrate were, from left, Monsignor Gerald Calovini, who gave the benediction; Jefferson County Commissioner Thomas Graham, who issued a proclamation; Amy Mihalyo, Vosteen’s adviser; and Clare Vosteen, her mother and Girl Scout leader.
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