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Adult Recognition Award Program

GSGLA volunteers are the heartbeat and the core of our organization. Quite literally, Girl Scouting would not exist without the dedication and talents of our volunteers. We couldn’t serve the girls without you, and the untold hours of time that you give define our excellence as a council. In Girl Scouting, we want to recognize and celebrate our volunteers and their service.

GSGLA holds a Volunteer Recognition Ceremony each spring to honor our outstanding volunteers. Volunteers are nominated for prestigious Girl Scout awards and recognitions. For questions regarding nominations or the event, contact adultrecognitions@girlscoutsla.org.

2016 AMVR

2017 GSGLA Adult Recognition

(for services performed during the 2015-16 membership year)

Nominations are now closed for council level awards.

For descriptions of each council level award, download the GSGLA Council Level Awards Handbook.

For descriptions of each service unit level award, download the GSGLA Service Unit Level Awards Handbook.

Adult Recognitions eLearning course is now available on the eLearning website. Access the course for information on each of the awards, whether council level or service unit level! Click here to take the course now!

 

      Recognize Volunteers Throughout the Year      

SU405 Chino

 Elizabeth Guzman

 I want Elizabeth to be recognized for her outstanding commitment to our service unit. She recently has taken over as co-SUM and has made this transition great. She worked so hard as co-SUM and has been so supportive helping me as a new service unit cookie chair. She was so helpful at cookie delivery she worked from 1:00-6:30 that day and was happy and our best cheerleader! She also has volunteered at cookie cupboards in Montclair and has cheered us leaders on to help at cupboards. Most importantly, she upholds Juliette Low's ideals for Girl Scouts.

 

  

SU617 Sagebrush 

Jackie Freeman


I nominate Jackie Freeman for Volunteer of the Month! This is our troop's first year of Girl Scouting and Jackie has taken the role of troop cookie chair to another level. She went above and beyond educating and making cookie selling fun for our girls. Jackie is a mother of twin Girl Scout Daisies and a fourth grade Cub Scout. Jackie has a beautiful soul and continues to give and make a difference in the lives of her kids and the kids she leads. She is a room parent, Girl Scout troop cookie chair and co-leader, a Cub Scout leader and den mother, and a great mother, wife, and friend. Jackie deserves this recognition. 

 

SU647 Lancaster

Karen Herbert


Thank you, Karen, for organizing and planning the Lancaster Service Unit 2017 Cookie Kickoff! Karen has been working for a few months in making this happen! The cookie kickoff was an amazing success and we could not have done this without Karen! Karen has also been a great help in securing boothing sites! Thank you for all you for the service unit, Karen!

 

SU647 Lancaster

Megan Miller

Megan is always an amazing volunteer—from being a great troop leader to an amazing product sales manager for the service unit! Megan has done an amazing job conducting cookie training for our serice unit (as well as a make-up training), working on getting the initial order in, as well as helping us to have a successful cookie pick-up day! Also, Megan has been great in helping to secure boothing sites for the service unit! Thank you, Megan, for all you do!

  Volunteer of the Month is a great way to celebrate your fellow volunteers, and now the nomination process is easier than ever! Just submit the form below.

Complete this form to nominate a volunteer today!

Individual Award and Certificate Templates

Appreciation Award

Community Service Award

Community Image Award

Volunteer of Excellence

 

 

 

Sagebrush wants to send a big thank you to Tricia Cascione for working with the troops in the Service Unit and helping them so we received 100% compliance on mid-year. Way to go Tricia!!