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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      

SU647 Lancaster

 Jeanna Castro

 Jeanna and her husband Dominick hosted the Lancaster Cookie Cupboard this cookie season. They did such an amazing job. They were both so helpful and we could and would not have had such a successful cookie season without them both.

In addition, they housed our troops' cookies and so much more. Their house was always open for girls to pick up cookies. They did this all while their three girls sold more than 3,000 boxes of cookies.

During all the crazy cookie season, Jeanna was always there for her Daisy girls—still having fun and exciting meetings.

 

SU647 Lancaster 

Dominick Castro


 Dominick and his wife Jeanna hosted the Lancaster Cookie Cupboard this cookie season. They were both so helpful and we could and would not have had such a successful cookie season without them both.

In addition, they housed our troops' cookies. Their house was always open for girls to pick up cookies. They did this all while their three girls sold more than 3,000 boxes of cookies. Thank you from the entire service unit and Troop 222!  


SU647 Lancaster 

Annie Paliza

Annie is an amazing leader and co-leader for three troops in the Antelope Valley, including her older and younger daughters' troops. She also saw a need for a troop at her school in Littlerock and started one for these girls. She worked with her troop as the leader—and her daughters' as a co-leader—to help them have a successful cookie season. She also just took her older daughter's troop on their final trip: a cruise to Mexico! Annie is an amazing leader and volunteer! Thank you for what you do for the girls, Annie!

 

SU407 CV/Glendale 

Patricia Tabet

My mom has been a troop co-leader since my second year as a Daisy. She truly loves all the girls in our troop and makes everyone feel like family. She is always looking for ways for us to earn badges and learn about being a true Girl Scout. She has taken the classes needed for CPR and indoor/outdoor camping; she is the bookkeeper for our troop; and she fills in where she can with boothing for cookie sales. She is always inviting the girls to booth with us so that they can get credit for selling cookies. Everything she does, she gives it her 100 percent best.

   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!!