SLIDELL, La. (WGNO) — In the heat of the summer, one girl’s Louisiana job just got a frost and freeze warning.
Noelle Ford gets paid to pack up and ship out ice cream.
By the half-gallon.
She works in a warehouse where it’s twenty below zero.
WGNO’s Bill Wood says Noelle Ford is a trooper.
Something she likely learned in her Girl Scout troop.
At sixteen, Noelle’s been a cookie-selling, cam–loving Scout since she was in kindergarten.
And now, Noelle gets the Gold Award.
It’s the highest honor for a Girl Scout.
She gets the Gold because of a program she created to help her high school friends handle stress and anxiety.