Volunteer of the Month
We are proud to highlight Beth McWilliams as our March's Volunteer of the Month.
Kary Alicia, SUD of Rockbridge says the following about Beth:
I would like to recognize Beth McWilliams for being the embodiment of the Girl Scout Law. She is such a positive role model to her group of Juniors and she is always one of the first to step up and volunteer at the service unit level. Not only does she volunteer as a Troop Organizer (leading her service unit to not only meet but exceed last year's membership goals) but she is also an active mentor to new leaders and helps guide them through their training process and attends their first meeting. She has given to much of her time and energy to Girl Scouts and only asks that everyone remains focused on how best we can serve the girls. Beth is the epitome a what we ask of an ideal Girl Scout.
We want to thank Beth McWilliams for all of her contributions to the Girl Scout movement!
To nominate a volunteer, please visit GSGATL's Volunteer of the Month Submission form.
As part of Volunteer Appreciation 2015, earn your SMORE Patch (Sharing Moments Of Recognition Everyday) by completing the Discover, Connect, Take Action steps and present at your troop meeting.
Who do you know who has gone above and beyond as a volunteer?
Who truly shows what it means to be a Girl Scout?
Who makes a difference in the lives of girls, makes volunteering easier for adults, and makes the Girl Scout Movement shine?
Show them how much they mean by nominating them for an Adult Award.
- Anyone can nominate – girls, adults, volunteers, community members
- Anyone can be nominated – any friend to Girl Scouts can be recognized!
Nomination deadlines are:
- February 15 for spring presentations
- August 15 for fall presentations
Learn more about adult awards
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