NATIONAL AWARDS
The
Volunteer of
Excellence
Award
recognizes volunteers
for their excellent
service in delivering Girl Scouting
directly, working with girls and
volunteers in a troop, camp, or
other activity.
The
Appreciation
Pin
recognizes
Volunteers for their
excellent service
towards council goals in one
geographic area.
The
Honor Pin
recognizes volunteers
for their excellent
service towards
council goals in two or more
geographic areas.
The
Thanks Badge
honors volunteers for
their ongoing service in
Girl Scouts which helps
the entire council or
the overall Girl Scout
movement.
VOLUNTEER AWARD RECI P IENTS
Thousands of volunteers play a critical role inmaking the Girl Scout vision become a
reality. The Girl Scout programwould not exist without the countless hours given by
troop leaders and assistants, group advisors, troop committees and parents, service
teams, and even community volunteers and organizations. These volunteers deserve
public recognition for their dedication to girls and the Girl Scout organization. Many go
far beyond the expectations of their position.
The following honorees have eachmade a difference in the life of a Girl Scout. With
their help, we can all look forward tomany more years of Girl Scouting.
Volunteer of Excellence
Joyce Russ - NWPrairie Girls, Saint Francis
Tiffney Yeager - Prairie Trail 36, Norton
Lucinda Smith - Tri-County Twisters, Hill City
Shirley Milholland - Tumbleweed, Garden City
Connie Bahl - Tumbleweed, Garden City
Tami Moore - Tumbleweed, Garden City
Janet Tobin - Southwind, Johnson
Michele Stoddard - Sunflower Sisters, Liberal
Autumn Biltz - Trailblazers, Dodge City
Patty Fletchall - Sunflower Central, Great Bend
Kendra McBride - Victory Rock, Hays
Teresa Lemon - Victory Rock, Hays
Tammy Mitchell - Victory Rock, Russell
Miranda Staggs - Iroquois, Protection
Shelby Schaffer - Iroquois, Greensburg
Angelique Libby - Iroquois, Haviland
Erin Crouch - Ninnescah, Coats
Linda Chambers - On the Edge, Anthony
Martha Fee - Reno County, Hutchinson
Stephanie Pohlman - Reno County, Hutchinson
Adrienne Jackson - Reno County, Hutchinson
Kelly Berkley - Wheatland, Downs
Brenda Geist - PrairieWinds, Salina
Terri Mattison - PrairieWinds, Salina
Erin Schmidt - McPherson/Rice, Canton
Angelia Myers - McPherson/Rice, McPherson
Kathryn Cyre - Harvey County, Sedgwick
Lesley Draper - Flint Hills, Emporia
Mengdi Cao - Flint Hills, Emporia
Teresa McNellis - Tri-Lakes, Burlingame
Margery Sawdey - Tri-Lakes, Waverly
Aimee Craig - Tri-Lakes, Carbondale
Amanda Showalter - PrairieWind Star, El Dorado
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GSKH Board of Directors
Officers
Allison Ochoa,
Chair
Don Keller,
1st Vice Chair
Wayne Chambers,
2nd Vice Chair
Terri Schmitz,
Secretary
Shelley Hunt,
Treasurer
Members At Large
Barbara Beran, Hays
Rebecca Chisholm, Hutchinson
Beth Eckert, Parsons
Paula Fried, Salina
Karin Gillette, Hutchinson
Betty Greer, Deerfield
Elaine Hudson, Parsons
Arnold Hudspeth, Wichita
Lucy Kollhoff, Salina
Megan Monsour, Wichita
JoanWagner, Kechi
AnneWhiting, Wichita
ACTINGCEO
Marlo Dolezal
Current Board list online:
Kansasgirlscouts.org
> About Us
> Board of Directors
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comments to:
Traci Taylor,
Communications Specialist
Phone:
316-684-6531, ext. 1526
Fax:
316-684-4141
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Mail:
360 Lexington Rd.
Wichita, KS 67218
Mission Statement:
Girl Scouting builds girls
of courage, confidence,
and character, whomake
the world a better place.
Published by Girl Scouts
of Kansas Heartland
Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland
serves more than 16,500
girls and adults in 80 Kansas
counties through its operational
headquarters inWichita, Kansas,
and regional offices in Emporia,
Garden City, Hays and Salina.
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