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Girl Scout Sage Garver recognized by CT Audubon Society and City of Fairfield

Fairfield, Conn. – In recognition for winning the Girl Scout Gold Award, Sage Garver of Fairfield was recently celebrated by the Connecticut Audubon Society with the unveiling of a new outdoor bench in her honor at the CAS Center in Fairfield.

Sage’s accomplishment was also recognized by Fairfield’s first head coach, Brenda Kupchick, who joined the event in proclaiming Saturday, September 17, 2022 Sage Garver Day in Fairfield.

Sage won the Gold Award with his project to create a virtual tour of Connecticut Audubon’s Roy and Margot Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary. Highlighting the diversity of wildlife and natural features along the sanctuary’s trails, the tour can be viewed on lineor on the CT Audubon app (downloadable for free from the Apple Store).

The seven miles of trails from Larsen’s Sanctuary to Greenfield Hill adjoin Connecticut Audubon’s Center at Fairfield, located at 2325 Burr Street. The trails are open daily from dawn to dusk.

More information about the Connecticut Audubon Society is available at: www.ctaudubon.org.

PHOTO: Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchik presents Girl Scout Sage Garver with the official proclamation of Sage Garver Day in recognition of Sage’s Gold Award project to the Connecticut Audubon Society.