She has helped organize campouts, lock-ins, World Thinking Day and other events for younger girls. She also has been a voting delegate to the annual meeting of Girls Scouts-Western Oklahoma.
Mauldin is the daughter of Shelley McKee and the granddaughter of Leona McKee, of Norman. Her gold award project adviser is Jeni Markham-Clewell, children’s ministries director for St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, and her troop leader is Brenda Wheelock.
Mauldin said she has received many positive comments from the girls who attended her workshop and that she learned a lot from the experience.
“It helped me develop my organizational skills and helped me learn to be more self-sufficient. I think it will help me be better prepared for college.”
Girl Scouts, founded 101 years ago by Juliette Low, is the world’s pre-eminent organization dedicated solely to girls. Its mission is to “build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.”