Spencer Frendt, a recent graduate of Greater Atlanta Christian School, received the Eagle Scout award on May 23. He started a shoe drive collecting more than 2800 pairs of shoes for Haiti. Spencer is the son of Scott and Sandy Frendt of Duluth.

Lucinda Cormack was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She worked with Kate’s Club, a nonprofit organization dedicating to empowering children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. Lucinda is the daughter of Michelle and Todd Cormack of Lawrenceville.

Elizabeth Ford was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She coordinated a project for the elderly residents of Westminster Commons. Lucinda is the daughter of Dorothy and Leland Ford of Lawrenceville.

Taylor Jemison was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She volunteered with the Ronald McDonald House in Atlanta providing hot meals and donated cleaning and paper products. Taylor is the daughter of Thieda Jemison and Leroy Jemison of Lawrenceville.

Lauren Massey was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She helped My Sister’s Place, a shelter serving victims of domestic violence, by painting the house. Lauren is the daughter of Susan and Hank Massey in Suwanee..

Alison McKay was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She collected books and distributed them to local agencies. She is the daughter of April and Dave McKay of Lilburn.

Shelby Sine was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She organized the redesign of the landscaping at My Sister’s Place, a shelter serving victims of domestic violence. She is the daughter of Tina and Richard Sine of Suwanee.

Rhonda White was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award. She designed baby blankets for newborn babies born into in-need families. She is the daughter of Edith and Ronnie White in Lawrenceville.