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96 year-old Girl Scout to be Recognized with Proclamation from City of Las Vegas

Nancy Craddock to be recognized on Nov. 14 with proclamation from Mayor Carolyn Goodman for anniversary of Golden Eaglet Award


WHAT:  Mayor Carolyn Goodman has proclaimed Wednesday, November 14th as “Girl Scout Golden Eaglet Nancy Craddock Day” in Las Vegas. November 14, 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of Nancy Craddock earning the Girl Scout Golden Eaglet on November 14, 1938 – the highest honor in Girl Scouts from 1916-1939. Nancy was born in February 1922 and raised in Anaheim, California where she joined Anaheim Girl Scout Troop #1. 

Today, Nancy (age 96) represents only a handful of the remaining living Golden Eaglets and continues to volunteer every Thursday at the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada Council office helping to archive and preserve local Girl Scouts history.

WHO: Nancy Craddock honored with special recognition at Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada

WHEN: 12:00PM – 1:00PM. Wednesday, November 14

WHERE: Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada – 2941 Harris Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101

About Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada

Founded on April 14, 1932 in Boulder City, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada (GSSNV) is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. GSSNV focuses on four key pillars: STEM, Outdoor, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship. GSSNV serves the four Southern-most counties in Nevada: Clark, Lincoln, Nye, & Esmeralda, as well as the Southern California counties of Inyo and San Bernardino (eastern border) and has 4,180 girl and adult members.


Linda Bridges

Chief Communications Officer



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