• Olga Siddons was interviewed by Faith Aguila. “Ms. Siddons is an inspiration to others because of all that she has accomplished in her life. She is very intelligent and very artistic, too. She inspires others to dream, to work hard, and to persevere.”
• Tamara Thomas was interviewed by Sarah Gorland. “Ms. Thomas is talented, kind, caring, and dedicated to her career and her church. She helps people with disabilities to find a way to live a more fulfilling life. She is inspires others to believe in themselves.”
• Margaret Watson was interviewed by Mattie Colón. “The most interesting thing that I learned about Ms. Watson was that as a child in England she had to bring gas masks to school because of the war. Ms. Watson is a strong, brave and charismatic woman because through many hardships she still provided a loving environment for her family.”
The inspirational book titled “Amazing Women and Their Untold Stories” will be on display for the public to see this week at:
• Miami Springs Public Library Thursday, May 16 from noon to 6 p.m.
• Miami Springs City Hall Friday, May 17 from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m.
The book will be donated to the Miami Springs Historical Museum on Sunday, May 19 for future generations to enjoy.
Each Bronze Award recipient walks away from this project with greater courage, confidence, and character as they strived to make a lasting difference in the world around them. The Girl Scouts interviewed six amazing women from our community. When you read their book, you’ll discover that there are really 12 amazing women — six women with inspiring stories from the past and six little women with inspiring futures.