Michigan's Kalamazoo Gazette reports that Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan recently recognized three women from the Kalamazoo region for their dedication to Girl Scouting.
These volunteers were honored at the council’s Volunteer Recognition Lunch held on March 24, at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing, Michigan.
Sally Cook of Plainwell earned the Honor Pin, a national award, from Girl Scouts of the USA. This honor is given for service that benefited at least two Girl Scout areas within Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan’s jurisdiction, is beyond the expectations of the position held, and is separate from service previously awarded.
Cheryle Moberley earned the Appreciation Pin, a national award, from Girl Scouts of the USA. She was honored for providing outstanding service to an area or program that supports the goals of Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan and goes above and beyond the position’s expectations.
Cheryl Vosburg earned the Thanks Badge II, a national award, from Girl Scouts of the USA. This honor is given to a registered Girl Scout volunteer whose service continues to impact the entire council of Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan or the Girl Scout movement in extraordinary ways and is separate from service that has been previously recognized.