Girl Scout Volunteers Awarded for Service

April 3, 2014
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Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts is pleased to announce that 43 volunteers, three service units, and two committees will be recognized at their annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner on April 10, at 5 p.m. at the Chelmsford Radisson.

Those recognized will include Chelsea’s Eileena Long, leader of Chelsea Troop 71777.

“Our dedicated volunteers enrich the Girl Scouts’ experience on a daily basis through troop management and activities, community service and innovative programming,” said Pam Salkovitz, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. “Their passion and leadership allow our Girl Scouts to learn and thrive in a supportive environment that places them on the right paths to leadership.”

At the Volunteer Recognition Dinner, 37 Girl Scout volunteers will be presented with the Girl Scouts of the USA Appreciation Pin for actively giving outstanding service to at least one geographic area or program delivery audience. Three will be awarded the Girl Scouts of the USA Honor Pin for completing these achievements in two or more geographic areas.

The registered adult Girl Scouts accepting these awards have all demonstrated outstanding service in support of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. All awards require one nomination, one endorsement and the approval of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ Board of Directors. To learn how you can volunteer and make a difference in a girl’s life, please visit www.hergirlscouts.org.


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