Girl Scout volunteers recognized at luncheon

MARQUETTE – Several adult Girl Scout volunteers were recognized at a luncheon held in Marquette on April 27. The Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc. honored these adults for their service in their communities and for their outstanding volunteerism within the organization. Many awards were received, including the Volunteer of Excellence, Appreciation Pin and the highest volunteer award, the Thanks Badge II.

Two adults were recognized for 35 years of membership.

To earn these adult recognitions, volunteers must be nominated for their service and approved by the GSNWGL Board of Directors.

According to Jill Johnson, Community Development Manager, “These are the cream of the crop volunteers. Girl Scouts is honored to have such wonderful adult role models and mentors and this is just one way to say thank you for their dedication to or mission of ‘Building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.'”

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes provide a leadership experience for all girls in K-12 and serves more than 18,000 girls and 6000 adult volunteers in the U.P. and Northern Wisconsin. Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to visit or call (888) 747-6945 for more information.