Girl Scout honored for bravery after saving grandma from fire

MELINDA WATSON, right, admires an award given to her daughter, 14-year-old Amelia Watson, at a Saturday ceremony at Fruita Middle School. Amelia received a national Bronze Cross Lifesaving Award from the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, in recognition of saving her grandmother, 78, from a house fire last January.



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MELINDA WATSON, right, admires an award given to her daughter, 14-year-old Amelia Watson, at a Saturday ceremony at Fruita Middle School. Amelia received a national Bronze Cross Lifesaving Award from the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, in recognition of saving her grandmother, 78, from a house fire last January.

The Girl Scouts is about more than Lemon Chalet Cremes or Daisy Go Rounds, Thank U Berry Munch. The group also is about saving lives. Just ask 14-year-old Amelia C. Watson, who saved her…




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