A scout reached the pinnacle of greatness when she earned the Queen's Scout badge, the highest honour a venturer scout can receive.
Claire Murray has been with the 2nd Griffith Scouts since she was 9-years-old, making this her tenth year of climbing the scout ladder.
There are few that make it so far and achieve so much with the scouts, but for Claire her persistence paid off.
"I'm quite persistent; when I join something I like to achieve something out of it," she said.
To receive the Queen's Scout badge, Claire volunteered at Griffith Carevan and the local library, played and refereed soccer, organised a clean-up around the Scout hall and learnt to abseil.
She's raked in the badges over the years, including the coveted Grey Wolf badge, but for Claire it's more about the experiences and the friends made along the way.
"I've had a lot of good moments with the scouts," she said.
Claire now wears the Queen's Scout badge with pride, and will continue her adventures as a Rover Scout.
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