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Queen's Scout Award Recipients

06 August 2019

Mr MATT KEAN (Hornsby—Minister for Energy and Environment) (23:27): I acknowledge three special young women who have received the Queen's Scout Award, the highest honour a Scout can achieve. Lucy Falvey, Amy Mutton and Chloe Lawler have all worked incredibly hard to achieve this award. I congratulate them on their dedication and service to the Scouting movement. Chloe Lawler is an amazing young lady. She has been a member of Dural Scouts since she was 12 years old and worked incredibly hard to achieve this award. Lucy started in Girl Guides at five years old in England and after moving to Australia was one of the youngest guides to become a patrol leader at Glenwood Girl Guides. At 14 years old she switched to Scouts, joining the Dural brigade. She has been working for many months towards her goal of the Queen's Scout Award. Finally, Amy has been with Dural Scouts since she was 10 years old and has had experiences including an exchange in Denmark and completing an open water scuba diving course as part of her Queen's Scout Award. I congratulate Amy, Chloe and Lucy on their achievements. I know these ladies are destined to go on to great things.