Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York is proud to announce
the honorees for the 11th annual Women of Distinction event!
ALBANY, NY (06/05/2015)(readMedia)-- Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York is proud to announce the honorees for the 11th annual Women of Distinction event!
• Ms. Alice Recore, recently retired from Mountain Lakes PBS, Distinguished Trailblazer
• Ms. Hannah Provost, Glens Falls National Bank, Distinguished Personal Achievement
• Ms. Alice Sample, Journey Into Reading, Distinguished Community Leader
• Ms. Maxine Perry, recently retired from STOP Domestic Violence, Lifetime Achievement
Women of Distinction is a nationwide Girl Scouts of the USA program that recognizes the achievements of women. As Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York educates girls to be future community leaders, we want to recognize the community leaders of today. Since 1985, GSNENY has been hosting Women of Distinction events across the council. Honorees are awarded for their strength of character, dedicated community service, emphasis on life-long learning, along with their dedication to fostering self-confidence and leadership skills in others. These events are one of many ways we keep Girl Scouting vibrant in our communities. Many women who are leaders in their fields credit Girl Scouting with helping them build the set of skills that paved their road to success.
We are seeking sponsors for the 11th annual Women of Distinction event. This event not only highlights local women leaders, it also serves as a fundraiser for Girl Scouts. Proceeds from the event are used to offset program costs for local girls and provide direct financial assistance to girls in need throughout the North Country. Sponsorship forms are due by June 30.
For more information, see the event page at www.gsneny.org/events/. Questions about the event can be directed to Nikki Hilchey at email@example.com or (518) 563-1560 x 307.
About Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York
We're the Girl Scouts. At Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York, we're 15k strong-15,000 girls and adults who believe every girl can change the world. It began over 100 years ago with one woman, Juliette Gordon "Daisy" Low, who believed in the power of every girl. Today, we continue her vision of building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place by helping them discover their inner strength, passions, and talents. And with programs in 15 counties of Upstate New York, there's a chance for every girl to do something amazing. We're the Girl Scouts. To volunteer, reconnect, donate, or join, visit www.gsneny.org.