Baldwin Grad Was Justine Magazine R.E.A.L. Girl Finalist
The Baldwin Township resident was one of six finalists from around the country.
Justine Magazine, a publication that empowers teenage girls by encouraging self-confidence and creativity through articles that focus on "real" girls and their paths to success, honors Baldwin High School graduate Sarah Jugovic as a national R.E.A.L. Girl finalist in its latest issue—on bookshelves now.
She is also a member of Girl Scouts of the USA, and she received a great deal of attention during the 2011-12 school year for her Girl Scouts Gold Award project in which she recycled over 10,000 plastic bags by turning them into sleeping mats to be used by homeless people. She dubbed the project "Recycling MATters."
Click here for Jugovic's R.E.A.L. Girl biography. R.E.A.L. stands for Remarkable, Energetic, Aspirational Leaders, and the national R.E.A.L. Girl contest was held in partnership with the Girl Scouts.
Justine Magazine is filled with content that includes affordable fashion and beauty tips, tips to make high school life and the path to college easier, advice from role-model-worthy celebrities, young adult book reviews, and profiles of notable teens and tweens. Magazine subscriptions are available in print and digitally. Click here to subscribe.
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