Gina Beckman, who attends the University of Tennessee Martin, has been involved with the Sea Scouts for a number of years.
“I had a friend ask me to come out and join the fun and I went sailing and I really liked it,” she said before the formal ceremony on Saturday in Mt. Juliet. Not only has she risen to the ranks of Sea Scouts Grand Master, she has also achieved the Gold Award, which is the highest level one can achieve in Girl Scouts.
George Warde, the Middle Tennessee Council Sea Scout Commodore, said Sea Scouting is “the quietest and best kept secret in Boy Scouts. It was started a year after boy scouts and has been going on here in the U.S. and around the world.”
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