Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Fayette County Resident Receives High Girl Scout Volunteer Honor

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc. recently awarded Laura Bosma of Peachtree City with the Honor Pin at the council's annual adult volunteer awards presentation.
The Honor Pin is reserved for a distinctive group of volunteers who have made a significant impact on the Girl Scout movement and who have provided outstanding service to two or more counties within the council’s jurisdiction. The service provided goes above and beyond the expectations of the position(s) held and contributes to the council's goals and objectives.

Laura has held many positions within her service unit such as leader, recruiter and day camp committee member. Laura also enjoys conducting program aide trainings and actively makes an effort to include girls as an integral part of the training by allowing them to have hands-on experiences.

“As a leader, Laura demonstrates high levels of organization. Her girls have an excellent foundation of understanding what it truly means to make the world a better place,” says Amy Vassey, fellow Girl Scout volunteer.
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