Cary, NC – Molly Paul is an accomplished 12-year old. She founded and manages a turtle adoption organization, is a junior curator at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and has created a line of turtle-shaped soaps for sale at Hemlock Bluffs. They make great stocking stuffers for kids and grownups who are into science and wildlife and want their cash to go to a good cause.
All proceeds support native NC turtles and their habitat.
Available fragrances: Lavender, Rosemary/Olive Oil/Oatmeal, Natural Goats Milk and, specially for Christmas, Orange.
Molly’s turtle soaps are $4.00 each.
Available at Hemlock Bluffs
There’s still plenty of time to pick up an assortment of Molly’s turtle soaps for your nature-loving kids.
Hemlock Bluffs Gift Shop
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd.
Also available at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences Gift Shop. For more info, contact Lara (Molly’s Mom) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Molly’s Turtle Adoption Program
Molly started Raleigh Aquatic Turtle Adoption (RATA) after adopting two turtles in 2006. From the RATA website
RATA helps individuals re-home their freshwater, pet turtles. We accomplish this by either adopting the turtle ourselves or (more commonly) linking owners needing to relinquish their pets with families or classrooms seeking a pet turtle. As we are not a rescue organization, our primary work is facilitating turtle adoptions. Even though we are based in North Carolina’s Piedmont region, we have worked with families and schools from California to Chicago to New York.
About STEM Education
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Many educators, community members and business leaders believe STEM education is key to the success of the next generation of American workers.
Molly Paul started a STEM Summer Camp this past year. Her work with turtles, Hemlock Bluffs and the Museum highlight a story of student leadership in STEM education.
Go buy some turtle soaps and support a kid who is making a difference.