Hooksett Town Councilor Tim Tsantoulis recognized Gold Award Girl Scout Mackenzie Conner with the town's Youth Achiever Award on June 24. Conner created a tour of Head Cemetery that included posts with QR codes that visitors may use to learn about the history of those buried there. She also arranged for several of the monuments to be professionally cleaned. Conner improved her community in a lasting way, earning the highest honor for a Girl Scout, the Gold Award. (Courtesy photo)
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